Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (gman)
Date: Tuesday, 21 December 2004, at 7:40 a.m.
In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (gman)
You said: “ Most Black people in amerikkka live in the worst conditions that amerikkka has to offer. A huge amount of us are in prison getting our heads slammed into walls by guards, getting raped up the buttocks, etc. etc. Where my auntie stays in Bed-Stuy there is no hospital nearby if she or her kids were to require emergency attention. The difference between the teenage and pre-teen "gangbangers" who I've met in amerikkka, and the child soldiers of Sierra Leone or Congo, is only one of degree, and they're not that many degrees apart. “
I see a malicious attempt by you to reduce the political, economic and social abuses of continental Africans. We suffer more than anyone else. We don't have the same issues; at least West Indians share some conditions of "Third Worlds ", but blacks in the US are suffering a million times less than Continentals in Afrika and the rest of the "Third World." Use critical thinking in your argument.
You said: “ I fail to see how the MAJORITY of African slave descendants in amerikkka have benefitted from anything to do with amerikkka.”
Well, I will tell you how the "African slave descendents in Amerikkka" are helping the US to destabilize Africa. UN reports claim that there are the presence of many US black soldiers pouring into Africa to help hostile militias to wage genocide and civil wars in Central Africa. Examine their role, and tell me if they bear no responsibility in the horror that is preventing my country to become stable. The myth of African UNITY is really an illusion. Enough is enough!
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