Re: HOW DO YOU WHITE 'RASTAS' STOP OTHER WHITE PEO
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: HOW DO YOU WHITE 'RASTAS' STOP OTHER WHITE PEO (three_sixty)
Date: Monday, 12 December 2005, at 8:04 a.m.
In Response To: Re: HOW DO YOU WHITE 'RASTAS' STOP OTHER WHITE PEO (three_sixty)
I am feeling much better today. I cannot say my disease in a public forum. But you do not have to worry I take good care of myself. I should find some time to stay in touch with my Internet friends and debate issues on the Africaspeaks message boards!
Three_sixty you simply are speaking my mind. Adding your 2 cents to the pot, you making a contribution to this thread is inspiring! But I must know exactly what white liberal people do to destroy the system of White Supremacy (racism). You may post a list, a couple of things you do, simple or not… I think it is a good way for black people to now the contributions you make, there is no need to be defensive about that.
These are immediate, basic, and personal things a white 'Rasta' should do:
1. Raise questions to other white men and women.
2. Let black people know exactly how the questions are understood.
3. To not lie to black people
4. To not withhold constructive information from black people.
You should reach out and learn the words and actions of white people and/or White supremacist (racists) so we may know what they are doing and saying, it’s like reading a organic copy of Yurugu. We have a lot of good reason to keep an eye on white people and/or White supremacist (racists). Do you think the damage cannot be undone in this way?
5. Constantly sending the white 'Rastas'/the experts in humanist approach inside the white community because they have a general Afrocentric (humanistic) understanding...
Tell me what you think about that.
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