Re: To approach this...
Posted By: rob_afreeka In Response To: Re: To approach this... (three_sixty)
Date: Tuesday, 22 February 2005, at 10:33 a.m.
In Response To: Re: To approach this... (three_sixty)
man , my first jump into the topic was too clear and i was not addressin what you refer here ..this is not the problem ....
"You a white person is not going to solve our problems, you donít understand black people struggle, and you are not black.... Why should I listen you?"
in fact you may find my answer to this post of b.k. , and over there too , you will find the issue i was really addressin .
you are too fast on explain other people views and logic , while you should look better first on what this same people is really sayin .
and other than that , b.k. is clear enuff in her explanations . and if she wanted to say what fiyhaman sayd , sure she missed the point , don't you think ? that's why i was askin for more clarifications on her side .
the fact that in response to mine you invite me to read someone else post reflect this sentiment of mine .
you seem to put some excuses for her words in
regard the white race and the respect every people got to have apart of the colour of them skin .
you seem not really surprised by the tone of b.k. and this is probably because you are used to it .
man ,it make sense as i sayd , to read fiyhaman post , but b.k ? they are not the same in my opinion and i invite you again to re-read the post in the thread between paul and b.k.
if you let your ears hear , you will see .
yes i know my english in written form lack of everything ! , so i give thanks anyway for your effort in reasonin with i .
one good thing of it , you will always recognise me , fe sure .....
livity high , positive way ,
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