Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you?
Posted By: Eja In Response To: Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you? (rob_afreeka)
Date: Thursday, 16 February 2006, at 8:50 a.m.
In Response To: Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you? (rob_afreeka)
I was tempted to ignore you but then, that would probably only encourage you. You might spend the rest of the day sitting on your bony backside thinking you have made a point. Because, to make a point was the purpose behind you jumping into this thread (at this point). You cannot deal with the initiated topic so, you seek to distract the flow.
You query me about Rev. Webb, Marcus Garvey and 'Ethiopians'. What makes you think you are entitled to ask me questions of that nature?
Who told YOU about Rev Webb or Marcus Garvey? What is the name of the italian whose example YOU are following here in this AFRICAN movement? What did he/she DO that has benefitted me as an African? What other African Liberators from the past do YOU know about? How many of them have YOU ever given praise to? What does "Africa for Africans" mean to YOU?
All the above are rhetorical questions; I am not interested in any thing you might have to say. There is more sense in what I pick out of my nose than in the whole of your fake patois babbling.
You think you can make a point but the only point around you is the one on top of your head. I am one who learns from the past, and due to what I know about you, I will stay with the practice of flushing you any time you come in my sight.
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