Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa
Posted By: AaronJudah2003 In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (yan)
Date: Tuesday, 9 November 2004, at 2:25 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (yan)
A. From all of the picture that I've seen on this site, every last one of us has been miscegenated and are unfit to lead a Pan Afrikan movement. There are only a few dark people engaging in dialogue on this board and what if they are pro-colonialism.
B. That is why the Black movement goes nowhere. Black people, whether they admit it or not, love Willie Lynchism. They have to put a black man down so that they have a neck to step on. What about Malcolm X, he's yellow and of Carribean descent. Should he be removed from the list of Black liberation?
C. You have all posted a lot of rhetoric and have not dealt with the Carribean sickness of White, Black, Brown/Colored. This is a definite Carribean defect that no one from that part of the Diaspora wants to discuss.
D. Statistics show that 80% of the Diaspora is miscegenated regardless of their hue. With this illusory concept of Afrikan purity that most of the Diaspora hold, you are unprepared to truly reach for liberation.
Even now, look at all of you fighting over a gov't position. You want the gov't to do your work (a so-called Afrikan work) for you. If you really care about the situation, start your own organization. Do the work without the gov't help. Truth be known, you like the Anglo money and the ease that is affords you. You'll all complain like a bunch of stuck pigs, but no one will lift a finger in order to do for self.
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