Re: The dark-skin Black complexion is important!!!
Posted By: Ayinde In Response To: Re: The dark-skin Black complexion is important!!! (jahreal)
Date: Friday, 25 August 2006, at 5:56 p.m.
In Response To: Re: The dark-skin Black complexion is important!!! (jahreal)
Here you go again acting like a PUNK. I think you are quite deluded and are just making up this crap and excuses as you go. You know quite well I am right and that YOU (while being extremely defensive) misinterpreted my statement (that could never have meant what you claimed it did). You spoke utter nonsense in your insensitive and careless attempt to trivialize dark-skin Black complexion. But later on you tried to shift.
jahreal said: “The dark-skin Black complexion is very important …”
That is a shift from your clichéd attempt to trivialize the complexion of dark-skin Blacks when you previously said, “complexion maybe a humble start but we must never forget that much like beauty,...it's only skin deep.”, while White and light skin is valued highly in this corrupt world (I have already addressed this in some depth).
jahreal said: “i stand by what i have written .”
This is no longer true. Your self knows that what I say is true and is trying to adjust but the other part of you rages on against the truth and engages in some projection now.
I hope as YOU counted to four (although you tried to pass it off as a suggestion to I), that you would have found some way to swallow your false pride and reread your remarks on this thread with the purpose of looking at yourself to see you are wrong many times over.
If you feel you are too big (white/’light’) to do this, then that is your loss. You undoubtedly do not get these Black issues to the extent you may have felt you did.
Repeating Black revolutionary words today is quite common; Whites do it all the time. Few actually experience the truth of those Black revolutionary words, preferring instead pseudo-intellectual masturbation over realized truths. Such Whites and ‘lights’ eventually end up betraying the very revolutionary ideals they claimed to stand for. They really fight for the right to rule dark-skin Blacks.
Earlier on you said; "speaking firmly on an issue, especially one as sensitive as colorism within the black experience, does not nesscessarily translate to dominating the reasoning." (sic)
But it now seems that you do not appreciate what, "speaking firmly on an issue, especially one as sensitive as colorism within the black experience." really means. I am speaking to you firmly from that position and then you told I that you gave I ample leeway. Do think of how white arrogant that came over.
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