Fake Black Woman Rachel Dolezal Reveals She's 'Too Black' in New Book 'In Full Color'
Remember Rachel Dolezal? She's the former NAACP leader who turned out to be whiter than sun-bleached diapers, with less utility (see Rachel Dolezal Admits Being "Born White." Exposes Hypocrisy of the Left... and Fake Black Woman, Rachel Dolezal, Returns For Sympathy and It's Hilarious). Well, she's back again, and more convinced of her "blackness" than ever, as evidenced in her new book coming out March 28th - which is supposedly riddled with some heavily disputed claims. Here are a few highlights...
Her new memoir, "In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World" ... compares her childhood chores to slave labor. "[In college, I was] finally able to embrace my true self," she wrote. "I allowed the little girl I'd colored with a brown crayon so long ago to emerge."
Sorry Rachel, but coloring oneself with a brown crayon doth not a black person make. Much like how prancing around in a dress doesn't make a man into a lady...
She comments on the crumbling of her first marriage - to a black man - as due to his inability to be black enough. "[I] was a little too black" for his "tastes" she wrote, adding that she learned post-divorce, "that a Black man could be, culturally and philosophically, as white as any white man."
"Living as a Black woman made my life infinitely better. It also made it infinitely harder, thanks to other people's racist perceptions of me. The Blacker I became - not just in the clothes I wore or the books I read but in terms of how I was being seen and treated - the more distant and isolated I felt from white people. [I stopped] feeling obligated to check WHITE on medical forms and once I started claiming my identity and check[ed] BLACK, any whiteness I possess became invisible."
Strap a fan blade to the Bullshit-o-meter, blow the pungent stench of bullshit from thy midst.
Quick question, how does one affirm their blackness whilst doomed to a life of spray tans and monthly perms? Feel free to get back to me on that one whenever, Rachel. Pass a note to your brother Shaun King.
Rachal's cultural appropriation knows no bounds. Particularly when it comes to hijacking commas for eyebrows. Methinks punctuation marks of the world would appreciate her not doing that anymore. Also anybody of the human persuasion with a smidgen of self-respect.
The worst part, besides the clear cry for help this poor woman would never accept, is how quickly the left jumped on the bandwagon disavowing Rachel for her fake identity. While also praising men for pretending to be women and vice versa (see Caitlyn Jenner Named 'Woman of the Year.' Still Has a Penis...). Rachel didn't exactly get the warm welcome and praise from the left that Caitlyn did, despite their "journeys" being eerily similar. The hypocrisy is astounding. Hypocrisy, not bravery.
In a strange twist of fate, Rachel exposed major holes in social justice warrior ideology. More on that below...