Re: is it Diasporian-Africans fault they were born
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: is it Diasporian-Africans fault they were born in (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
Date: Sunday, 9 October 2005, at 3:14 a.m.
In Response To: is it Diasporian-Africans fault they were born in (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
You said: BECAUSE I WAS NOT BORN IN AFRICA, ARROGANCE AND BOASTFULNESS OF THE CONTINENTAL AFRICAN COME IN,
IF THE SLAVE MASTER NEVER BROUGHT THEM HERE, I WOULD NOT OF BEEN BORN IN THE WEST, AM I TO BE WHIPPED FOR THAT BANTU, THERE IS ALOT OF UNFAIRNESS IN YOUR PRESENTATION,
*Arrogant and boastful??? Brother, I am not arrogant or boastful, I just realize a significant amount of Diasporian Africans adopt the views which media portrays of Continental Africans, which we all know are not positive. Many have a deep seated anger, distrust, and resentment towards Continentals... as you harbor hurt and anger here. Am I the one unfair??? I really don't think so.
You said: CAN'T TELL ME NOTHING ABOUT AFRICA BECAUSE I WAS BORN THERE.
* Actually, I've never said that. Its ridiculous.
You said: THE WHOLE SENARIO, IS WICKED, BECAUSE I ONLY BECAME A Diasporian-African THROUGH SLAVERY.. REMEMBER IT IS THE CONTINENTAL AFRICAN WHO MADE US GET BORN IN THE WEST TO BECOME Diasporian-Africans IN THE FIRST PLACE,
* That's funny how most Diasporians want to support the stereotypes that African ancestors killed their own people, sold them, and enslave them...even if it the Westerners built forts and castles along the coast of West Africa. Ask yourself who shipped Africans to the New World? Africans on the continent are not responsible for slave trade. You rather chose to blame our forefathers.
You said: IF I AM SAYING SOMETHING WRONG YOU TELL ME WHAT IS THE WRONG I AM SAYING.
* Can you address the issue of this thread before you attack me? You actually complain and blame others because you want to base your doctrines on the writings of the Jews/Hebrews/Israelites/Hyksos. I have a problem with this... The Hebrew or Israelite spiritual systems and cultural customs do nothing to promote African traditions and cohesion.
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