Based on Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, in which the name ‘Uncle Tom’ originated, black people who intentionally place the welfare of the dominant white race above that of their own race more closely resemble Sambo, not Uncle Tom. Sambo was the character whose commitment to his white master was exercised even at the expense of his fellow slaves. In fact, it was Sambo who beat Uncle Tom to death for refusing to whip a black female. ~ Introduction~ of ‘Dirty Little Secrets: About Black History, Its Heroes, And Other Troublemakers’, by Claud Anderson, Ed.D. (Book)

It was not until the 1940s that term “Uncle Tom” acquired its current derogatory meaning of a fawning, submissive, compromising black man.~‘Dirty Little Secrets: About Black History, Its Heroes, And Other Troublemakers’, by Claud Anderson, Ed.D. p.91

Note: Samuel L. Jackson, played the character ‘Stephen’ i.e. (Sambo) a very good and loyal enslaved African to Massa (Calvin Candie) played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2012 Movie~ Django Unchained


PSY-CHO-NEG-RO-SIS (c 1960s): A mental disorder affecting the spirit, personality, motives and actions of Negroes who have failed to rid themselves of the psychological ills they’ve accrued from their collective experience with Foreigners. Marked by a distorted ideal of Self and Others, Psychonegrosis results in unnatural patterns of perception, logic, thought, speech, behavior and emotional expression, and is accompanied by various other unnatural dispositive manifestations (such as, but not limited to, self-group deprecation, the championing of non-Black ideas, conversion to non-Black religions, xenophilia …esp. Anglo-centric xenophilia, cognitive dissonance, sexual deviation, escapism, dual or double-consciousness, conflicting loyalties, and unscrupulous Liberalism) –differing in degrees of severity from one individual to another.

The main thrust of Psychonegrosis causes Black people to be unreasonable, contradictory, and utterly dependent upon the culture, products, charity, aid, sympathy and or conscience of Other Peoples, especially of White Peoples.

The term PSY-CHO-NEG-RO-SIS was coined in the mid-1960s by the late Robert H. deCoy in his groundbreaking book “THE NIGGER BIBLE,” (Copyright 1967) Pages 33, and 169.

The actual term was coined in the mid-1960s by the late Robert H. deCoy where he postulated:

“NEG-RO… A white Nigger. Or a brainwashed Black who would be a Caucasian if possible. “THE NEGRO”… To be consciously “Negro” is to be nothing but a “State of Mind,” constantly in turmoil and conflict with your natural “State of Being,” Blackness. “Negro” is but the outgrowth of a contagious Mental Anemia, which ravishes the brain of our Black-kind. Scientists have adopted my name for it: “Psy-cho-neg-ro-sis.” A nervous disorder of mental origin, resulting from anxiety, frustration, and failure to become transformed from Black people into white.” (“THE NIGGER BIBLE,” Robert H. deCoy (Copyright 1967) Pages 33, and 169).

However, with our greater understanding of the disorder, we were forced to revise Robert H. deCoys definition.

Blacks/Africans WORSHIP other peoples gods, wear other peoples clothes, chase other peoples women, speak other peoples languages, and even place more value on non-Black life than on Black life by engaging in the killing of Black people but thoroughly refraining from even offending the sensibilities of other peoples; such is the outgrowth of pshchonegrosis.

Blacks/Africans fight assiduously for policies and interests (Abortion, the Homosexual-Agenda, Interracial-relationships, Feminism, etc.) which will clearly bring about their own undoing; such are the outgrowths of psychonegrosis.

by The Last of the Black Men June 12, 2013

Note: I also want to add that ‘PSYCHONEGROSIS’ is similar to what is called Stockholm Syndrome.

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