Re: BLACK NAZIS
Posted By: AaronJudah2003 In Response To: Re: BLACK NAZIS (yan)
Date: Wednesday, 10 November 2004, at 2:56 p.m.
In Response To: Re: BLACK NAZIS (yan)
"As for you, your conduct on this reasoning has been inane and deplorable. You are quite quick to point out who is impeding the cause of black liberation yet cannot even see how your own conduct is the problem. It is identical to the arrogance, intolerance and ignorance of many white and light skinned ones in our midst that in so many ways insidiously work at truly impeding our own progress. "
Brother, that is exactly how I feel about you and Ayinde. There are people who think that they are dark and deserving of special treatment who are impeding black progress on a whole. You are impeding Pan Afrikan progress. What do we do about this?
"PS: Do not persist in using such inflammatory, derogatory words in your posts. We are not all Americans, and you are not speaking to casual friends."
Exactly! Everyone on this board is not from Barbados or the Carribean. You and others need to consider that before you post some of your information. We all don't think like you do. You don't have carte blanc to say some of the crazy things you do about the black population. Take that into consideration. There are more black people out there than you are aware of. Chances are that you and others of a world minority in your treatment of Brown an Yellow.
Someday, you'll want/need our help and then what will you do.
Finally, if this is a "Black Afrikan" only board, have the administration give me the word and I'll no longer post here. Like I said before, someone should come out and make an open stand about the hue issue.
If Ayinde and others like him speak for the board, the Administration of the board should say so and I'll back off.
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