negrocrat
 n.— «They were given some idea in the Barbados Labour Party’s newspaper column on Friday, March 3. It said in part: “A negrocrat is a relic of the planter class. What makes them far more dangerous than the former white plantocracy is the fact that they have emerged from the once enslaved class that they now despise. They are suspicious and careful with whom they socialise and can be most brutal when imposing their social and political will. “Negrocrats,” the column continued, “are not usually very intelligent, but very wealthy and use their wealth to their advantage.”» —“What is a negrocrat?” by Tony Best Nation (St. Michael, Barbados) Mar. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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