Yeah, I overstand... Ok, man, I won't use the word "racism" when I refer to black people, ok? But then I need you to tell me what's the word which is used in English when you need to describe the black people that tell me that I am bad or good judging by the color of the skin that JAH has given me, ok? I really need as soon as possible to get that "correct" word in order to stop offending my black brothers who think I'm inferior or superior because I'm white. Also, there is another problem I don't know how to solve: If a that word for a white man is "racist" and it's not the same for a black man.. then, if you don't know the color of the skin of each person that reads your message, what word should you use??? Should I just say "people don't believe the colour of a man's skin isn't more important than the colour of his eyes?" I don't know, you tell me.
Ah, and about Argentina, yes, it's true there is not much black people here, but there are. Also we have a strong relationship (because of same culture) with Uruguay where there is a really huge black community. And about indians... yes, brother, the ignorant Spanish killed a lot of them, but they couldn't kill them all, they were too many to be dissapeared.. and yunno what? The indians of today, their descendents, are the people that live in the ghetos, those being brainwashed. Babylon work isn't perfect but it's pretty good, uh? (smile)
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