Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse?
Posted By: Eja In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (selassielive)
Date: Monday, 12 June 2006, at 3:47 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (selassielive)
I am not arguing with you. You have never addressed anything I brought up, so, the arguement you hear in your head is between you and you.
All you have done is distort whatever I (or anybody else who said something you cannot grasp) said, and then argue with those distortions. I have never argued with you. From the time I realised what you are, I decided to do nothing else but point out your hypocrisy and folly.
And it is funny how quick you (and your compatriots) always are to play out what is called reverse discrimination card when practised by a 'white'. Like I said before, you naygrows have been good students of thiers.
On colourism, you tried to reduce the discussion to an arguement about 'blue-black' Africans discriminating against 'other' Africans. Yet, the level of discrimination being exercised by 'blue-black' Africans in a SYSTEMIC way was never (and should have never become) a part of the isssue - seeing as such systemic discrimination does not exist.
You were asked back then to show proof of this practice and I suppose it took you and your tag-team partner a few weeks before you came on suitable passages from the works of Dr Welsing to hide your nonsense behind.
I do not expect to be agreed with at all times because I know that I do not know everything. What I will not participate in is the TWO-FACED way you have of debating. Dishonest yet polite, and full of 'love'.
Your type of 'love' leads to cancer, so, keep it where you live.
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