What is melanin Dr. Welsing?

cover of the book Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold: Is This The Era Of The Blessed Generation

What is melanin? The idea it is worth more than gold came to me after these words:

“Melanin is a chemical. Chemicals have a dollar value. What is the dollar value of melanin? Melanin is a chemical. Chemicals have a dollar value. Does melanin have a dollar value?”

Quote from the book “Melanin is worth more than gold.”

Despite all the information available on it, some people still want to believe melanin myths Here is the very first time I heard the word melanin. That word first came to me from Dr. Frances Cress Welsing. She was a psychologist known for a paper titled “The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation” and her book “The ISIS Papers: The Keys to the Colors.” Both her father and his father were both medical doctors in Chicago, Illinois. Welsing received her PhD. from Howard University in the 1970s. Here she describes it in an interview on the television program “For The People” with host Listervelt Middleton.

“The more melanin you have the greater threat to the fear of white genetic annihilation. So that’s the way that I understand racism. And racism is not something that is just operative at the economic level. That racism, to use the terminology of a gentleman named Neely Fuller, who has also written about racism, that it is operative in all areas of people activity: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war. In other words, the behaviors that are carried out across the board in all areas of people activity to prevent white genetic annihilation or to maintain white genetic survival.”

4TruthAndJustice. “Welsing on FTP-Part1A: Understanding Chess in Black & White.”  Online video clip. Youtube.com Google.com. Web. 2/28/2018.
Dr. Welsing describes melanin as the cause of the fear of white genetic annihilation.

Melanin is the pigment, it’s a black pigment, that causes skin coloration and so the inability to produce that pigment is a genetic recessive trait. Whereas the genetically dominant trait is the ability to produce that pigment. That’s why when you mix Black people and White people the product or the person is going to be a person of color.”

4TruthAndJustice. “Welsing on FTP-Part1A: Understanding Chess in Black & White.”  Online video clip. Youtube.com Google.com. Web. 2/28/2018.

Dr. Welsing describes melanin and the inability to produce as a genetically recessive trait.

Physicians, white physicians, every summer, in this area of the world, also in Europe, will tell the white population ‘be very careful about staying in the sun.’ But the white population, you know says, and it maybe not be everybody, but certainly large enough numbers for it to be a real concern. ‘I have to have a tan. I don’t think I look good unless I have a tan.’ The very tanning mechanism is bombarding cells of the skin that customarily or normally would produce melanin pigment, so that the skin would normally be brown or black,” she told her interviewer, Middleton. “If those cells have a deficiency of an enzyme called tyrosinase, then they can’t go forward and produce melanin pigment. But if I bombard those cells with ultraviolet rays, I can force the cells to produce small quantities of the tyrosinase enzyme and go forward to produce a melanin pigment.”

4TruthAndJustice. Welsing on FTP-Part1B: Diagnosing the behavior. Online video clip. Youtube.com Google.com. Web. 2/28/2018.

By Nnamdi Azikiwe

The Mhotep Corporation uses its Keyamsha The Awakening brand to heighten perceptions and expand awareness. By producing content that engages, entertains and educates we create value for value relationships with our audience for mutual benefit. Mhotep is derived from the name of the architect and builder of the first pyramid in Kemet, so-called ancient Egypt. I formed the Mhotep Corporation in 2003 to produce and distribute 3D animation videos based on traditional African stories. Since then it has evolved to being a media production company including books. In a previous life I worked as a systems analyst developing solutions for government and multinational organizations. Born and educated in Washington, D.C. I have traveled to several places including Haiti, the Bahamas, Mexico, Canada, Nigeria (several times), Ethiopia (several times), Benin, Togo, and South Africa. I am married with three children.

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