There is no such concept as a universal "black people". Ask caribj, he went to the islands and the Jamaicans bax he up and throw he in a corner when he tell them about "we black people".
1. West Indians played very strong roles in the Civil Rights movement as well as in other attempts to empower blacks. When you cover from the latest over consumption of black vegetables that leaves you feeling very sore research who loads of the "first blacks" to do assorting things were. The first black paper in this country was started by a West Indian! Chicago was founded by a Haitian.
Do you know that in the 40s and 50s West Indians controlled black politics in NYC? Constance Baker Motley, whose parents came from Nevis, played a huge role in litigating cases during the Civil Rights movement. Stokely Carmichael, another Caribbean person (T&T parents) who was an integral part of the CV movement and was the man who coined the phrase "Black Power".
You are the racist ingrate who benefitted from the black led CV movements and then scorn black people, respecting them only for the pleasures that they bring your orifices.
2. Jamaican women love Afro Guyanese vegetables even more than you do. Where is the disharmony in Brooklyn. In fact in Barbados they single out Indo Guyanese who they especially don't like. A former PM of Antigua stated openly that he didn't want a bunch of Guyanese Indians piling up into his island wither their anti black attitudes. The bulk of the Guyanese on that island (maybe as much as 10% of the population) are blacks, many of whom are teachers and nurses.
Now discuss the fact that many from India consider Indo Caribbean people to be low life.