What did I say offensive in my last post?
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: TO BABA, BANTU, AND,SESH (PRIEST ASUKILE ADIGUN ADOFO)
Date: Thursday, 23 September 2004, at 9:29 p.m.
In Response To: TO BABA, BANTU, AND,SESH (PRIEST ASUKILE ADIGUN ADOFO)
I hardly think that you read the contents of my last post. If you did read it, you seem to me not to understand it. I was simple trying to find out what you intend to do, with the answer which you got from franksta, you did express how good you felt about that answer, considering that you did not care for any answers, which were related to the Europeans, the bible or slavery, those were your own words.
I just wanted to learn from you, what actions are you going to take, now that you got the answer which you wanted, are you going to lift the restrictions which are placed on our mothers, and are you going to encourage others to do the same, or are you going to tighten those restrictions even more? That was all that I asked, and you can see it if you go back and read my last post. There was nothing insultive about my post. Now if you have put yourself in a corner intellectually speaking, you still do not have to be contentious about it, we can reason, but it seems to me, that is not what you want to do.
Any person who read my last post to you, will really be surprized at your response, I have told you many times, that this is an international audience, and that people all over are reading what you write, you must try to do better than that, there was just no need for that kind of verbal behavior. It really appears to me, that you have not learned anything from the answer which franksta gave you, and which you praised so much. I have learned much, it is just a shame if you did not learn anything from his answer.
Again I send many oceans of blessings to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART.
Baba Ras Marcus
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