peace and hotep,
eja, the bitter truth surely has a sweet side. your points are well taken and respected.
the recognition of a prophet and a king, each withe their own inconsistencies and short-comings that challenge us to build a more resilent and just culture.
all of my associates from africa daily defend judeo-islamichristinsanity. it is like part of their immigration agreement. the other day a lady from kenya was stating to a tanzanian 'national' that, "tribalism" and it's associated violence in africa will never end." that is some thing that they agreed upon in my presence. i was not shocked by their acceptance colonial-based misconceptions. i was put aback by their mutual acceptance that, presently, frictions are only a reflection of bad or corrupt leadership and not a direct result of foreign intervention (western, semetic, communist, capitalist etc) or neo-colonialism.
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