Well put, Ras Sistren Khamyl
Like I have posted before... this all comes from an ongoing feud between Jabob and Esau.
We are all flesh and blood. White or black, if you peel off that skin, it looks the same... Yes, whiteness is a "disease" so to say. White people lack a certain protein in the skin. This is seen as leprosy in the Bible.
We are different races, but both races are people created by the Almighty. We might not all be identical twins, but we are all brothers: same Father, same Blood. See, each race has it's part on earth... but nobody's part is to opress thier brother. We are supposed to uplift eachother, leaving nobody behind. Racial bickering is, I'm sure to Jah, something similar to siblings fighting. Two of His peoples fighting over something rediculous.
I am sorry things have gone the way they have for everyone's ancestors... and how they are going today. But we, Jah's people have to function on a higher conciousness. We have to get past this stuff, and see our brothers as our brothers. "Until the color of a man's skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes" words from His Majesty... Jah does not want His children fighting.
Racism of any kind is wrong, but fighting fire with fire only makes... more fire.
This I will say... If a white man tries to downpress a black man, or the opposite -which happens more these days out of retaliation, it is wrong. The people of the Most High have to come together and forward. Racial differences are something of this corrupt world, and in so, something of the past. Presently, we have to prepare -and gather our bredren. Our future is Zion.
Bredren, if a man wants to be called "Sir" call him "Sir", but make sure he calls you "Ras" in return. There is nothing wrong and everything right with mutual respect between brothers. And even though it is wrong, it does not hurt to show respect in the face of a disrespectful person... for example, in a fight, the experienced figher sometimes can stop his opponent without hurting him, and letting him keep his dinity. Both fighters will always know who won though. --Do you see how my metaphor fits in?