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: Friday, 17 February 2006, at 3:59 a.m.
In Response To: Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you? (rob_afreeka)
On your last post, you sounded so christian. Then you saw the thing about Gramsci and that touched a nerve. You got the point, and the truth as usual, cuts like a knife. So here you are squealing like a pig.
I put up the works of Antonio Gramsci to show that being italian does not automatically make one a dumb and arrogant floating piece of turd. You, in other words, are not ignorant because you are italian, you are are ignorant because so you were made.
Gramsci died in jail. He died from the works he was doing in ITALY among HIS own people. Like you should be doing instead of polluting the atmosphere in this AFRICAN space of reasoning.
I advised you before, you would be better off doing your works among the ones your creator made you a member of. That is how you can help all the creatures of the Earth. Gramsci who has been dead for about 70 years is more useful than you are. Right now, you are like what is called 'a living waste of skin'.
You bring nothing to this place, there is nothing you have to say that is of any use, and when one tries to tell you that, you put on the crown of 'racial victimisation'. I don't despise you because I despise all italians. I despise you because you are a demon.
Last lesson : What you should take from the slogan "African for Africans" is this : "italy for italians", i.e. paddle your own canoe, get your nose out of this tent.
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