Ayinde is Hypocrtical (and so are others)
Posted By: AaronJudah2003 In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (Poetic_Princess)
Date: Thursday, 11 November 2004, at 7:25 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (Poetic_Princess)
I was reading what Ayinde writes and comparing it to his activities on this thread. He does the same thing that many of you on this board do. You talk out of both sides of your mouth.
Consider these links:
This one says that a person's willingness to learn takes precedent over their racial consideration. This is evidently not true. You've judged him by his hue and ignored your own words.
This one says that he deals w/ people on the basis of character first. If that's the case, why were no character issues raised about Dr. Tafari? Your only reasoning was his hue.
This is the type of reasoning that black people need to hold one another accountable for. You say one thing to make yourself feel good and do something wrong to your brother in the struggle to make yourself feel better.
The heading understand which these statements were made is "Integrity." That's too ironic.
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