Negrocrat and Uncle Tom In Barbados – A New Perspective…


We came across this at Booker Rising Blog. Were we too harsh on Prime Minister Owen Arthur when he called a newspaper editor a "Negrocrat" ?

From Booker Rising Blog

Quote Of The Day

"To be called an Uncle Tom is an honor. Like our foundational black thinkers, Uncle Tom is often invoked but rarely read. He is not who the Politburo says he is. He was a moral, religious man of dignity and duty who accepted his lot as a slave because he had no choice yet by his behavior transcended it. He was an ancestor of whom to be proud; how has it been overlooked that he chose torture and death rather than inform on two sexually abused female runaways?"

Debra Dickerson, liberal commentator and author of The End Of Blackness: Returning The Souls Of Black Folk To Their Rightful Owners

Selected BFP Negrocrat Articles…

Of "Negrocrats", "Oreos", "Iggas" and Other Racial Slurs In Barbados

Barbados Owen Arthur "Negrocrat" Controversy Will Not Die

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