The above post is why online communities like this are frequently distracted from unifying dialogue.
Don't look at MBM... look at the shyt-stirrers and misfits who are hell bent on telling other Black folks that the white people way is the only way to go. While it goes without saying that we don't always agree, for the most part, we can disagree without losing sight of our commonalities.
It's people like the above who are the malevolent, disruptive sources in online communities, and there can be no disagreement without derogatory conjecture and personal enmity. They desperately want to be accepted and valued, all the while rejecting and devaluing the ethnicity to which they claim membership.