Re: To approach this...
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: To approach this... (livelyup)
Date: Thursday, 17 February 2005, at 12:25 a.m.
In Response To: Re: To approach this... (livelyup)
Paul, you are a classic example of why I don’t like white people in black venues... white people come to forums like this to automatically view as guinea pigs!
You claim to love black people, yet you squeeze your intentions to all people. Indeed we are not worthy of “exclusive fighting,” and your universalism motivations are suspect.
You state no responsibility to blacks, what good are you to the black community? Pro black blacks don’t enjoy your company; you are both illogical and unbelievable. A person that claims to believe the rights of blacks know that black priority does matter...why you inject other peoples in disfavor of the black race?
Then why do you worship a particular black god at the expense of gods of other groups? This is a contradiction to the "goals" you claim to profess! The presence of people like you is an insult to our intelligence!
If you progress to love ALL people why you as a white man feel more comfortable worshiping a "black" religion, then there is something wrong with you. You're obviously in denial, and I think you know little about the struggles of oppressed peoples.
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