Re: Why the inability to fathom absolute truths?
Posted By: Ayinde In Response To: Re: Why the inability to fathom absolute truths? (livelyup)
Date: Tuesday, 25 April 2006, at 9:25 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Why the inability to fathom absolute truths? (livelyup)
You said: "fair enough, you are as always, totaly free to express your opinion, including those about your seeming certainty about my motivations. A neat trick indeed at a distance of many thousands of kilometers and based solely on the content of a few thousand words of typing."
This is white passive-aggressive crap.
You asked, "What exactly do you think I stand to gain here by being sly and dishonest?"
The same as MOST whites. You try to gain a little insight from Blacks to feed your superiority complex, to maintain the status quo that dark-skinned Blacks cannot really be smarter than Whites or other pale ones. Once your ego is fed, while under the guise of 'compassion' to the plight of oppressed people, you flip the script and either play out the white saviour complex or try to use the very insights being copped to gain support for, in reality, the white agenda.
You asked: "Do you believe that you are in possesion of the truth? "
How does a yes or no to such a question mean anything? You are obviously trying to passively-aggressively make some other point.
You should be asking those questions of whites and certainly not I. White people are in most cases in charge of the miseducation system and major media outlets, while feeling that they are in sole possession of ABSOLUTE truths (usually lies), so much so that they kill and destroy endlessly, without regard. I think your questions should definitely be directed to other whites (whose qualities you share) and CERTAINLY not I.
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