Racism - Black on black
Can a person be a racist against his own race? Am sure we have all heard remarks such as “I cannot date within my race because ……᾿ Well people may not agree on some norms and values within their race but killing for it?
There is this dude Jonathan Fajardo a member of a Latino gang from Harbor Gateway that has a history of attacking blacks. He is accused of gunning down a 14-year-old girl he did not know just because she was black and, a month later, of helping to kill a possible witness, who was stabbed 80 times.
The irony about this is that he is partially black. His mother is Mexican and his father is a Creole whose parents are from Belize. He has three half-sisters and a half-brother who are as dark as his victim, Cheryl Green. His sister was engaged to a black man with whom Fajardo was in good terms with… his cousin is dating a black friend of Green's family – the family of the victim.
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"He knows he has black blood," said his mother, Luz Andrade, who like other relatives cannot recall Fajardo making racist remarks. "He's had black people around him all his life." But just because he joined a gang that has been attacking blacks for over a decade, he is also doing it.
Its one thing to disagree with some aspects within your own race… but killing? Since his cousin is dating a black friend from his victim’s family, question is, did he and the gang commit the crime in a bit to ruin that relationship? Help me understand this guy people.
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