Adopted Black Siblings Of #RachelDolezal ➠ She Told Us Not To Blow Her Cover ➠ She’s Fake

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Adopted Black Siblings Of #RachelDolezal: Brother, “She Told Us Not To Blow Her Cover”, Sister: She’s Fake

All the lying has had a very negative effect on the family as well.

Via Daily Mail:

The white NAACP leader at the center of a race storm after misrepresenting herself as a black woman for years told her brother: ‘Don’t blow my cover’.


Rachel Dolezal, 37, was exposed after her parents revealed her European heritage – though she insists that she still identifies herself as black and says she doesn’t ‘give two sh*ts’ what anybody else has to say.


However, her adopted brother Ezra, 22, has revealed how anxious Dolezal was to cover up her ethnicity when she moved west from Montana to craft a ‘whole new identity’ for herself.


Speaking with BuzzFeed News, Ezra Dolezal recalled going to Spokane in 2012 to meet his sister, to discover she had erased her family back home and had persuaded a black man to pretend to be her father.


He revealed Dolezal told him him: ‘Over here, I’m going to be considered black, and I have a black father. Don’t blow my cover.’

‘She wanted to make a new life for herself but she took it to the ultimate extreme, – Not only did she move out to Spokane, but she created a whole new identity for herself.’


Ezra revealed that his sister started acting ‘hateful to white people’ after attending Howard University to get a Master of Fine Arts degree. More

Blog post last year from her adopted sister Esther, who sounds troubled and raises more issues about the family:


I think I’m ready for change. Ready for a relationship that means something. Ready to be somewhere where I can become something. Because I’m going nowhere here. I have all these people who act like I owe them something. My sister thinks I need to be tied to her and all and have all this loyalty to her. But I’m like why? She was never there for me when I actually needed her. She said she raised me when I was a baby. I’m like so? That was like a decade and a half ago. Where was she when I was locked in my room like freaking Rapunzel? When I was told I was ugly for years. When I was shipped off to a group home for no reason? Where was she when I cried myself to sleep every night?

She said “I did your hair, you always had nice hair.” Fat lot of good that did me. I was still an outcast. So she did my hair. I guess that was her way if feeling good about leaving me with the shitty parents. And now she acts like I owe her all this loyalty because we’re sisters. Honestly she pisses me off. She talks about being real, and not lying to people, but she’s been lying to all her friends. She says she’s African American, but she’s German Caucasian.


All her friends think she’s just a light skinned black person, and that’s what she wants them to believe. She’s all about representing your race, but she abandoned her own. She’s a living contradiction, but she wants to critique everyone else about being a hypocrite. I mean she’s so big on ‘family’, but only when it fits her version of what it should be. I don’t want to be tied down to anything for the sake of a family that’s as fake as a rhinestone. I want to be where I can be who I really am with no expectations.
And soon I will.


C’est La Vie.
Viva La Vida.
And Fuck the System.


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