Re: Capitalism Is To Under Pay Workers And Keep Pr
Posted By: discipleofthenile In Response To: Re: Capitalism Is To Under Pay Workers And Keep Pr (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
Date: Friday, 15 June 2007, at 7:04 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Capitalism Is To Under Pay Workers And Keep Pr (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
*******till it leads up to our great Prophet Marcus Getting disrespected by Disciple*******
Just because I asked a one sentence question?????
Your emotional attachment and worship to your idols in the context that you do makes you look like a puppet/sheep.
There was no need for your stupid outburst. I asked a simple question. I did not mean for you to pee in your kilt.
Now unless you could give me concrete example that makes my statement unfair, why not save your rant for someone else.
I am looking for the truth of the manner. Garvey's importance/significance had nothing to do with business prowess. He absolutely unified and awoke afrikans...but that does not exempt him from an honest inquiry/reasoning into his business affairs.
You sound like a kid that was told that Santa Claus was not real. WAAAAAAHHH!
With that said, I AM Discipleofthenile, dogon it!
Now mess with me again, am I will unleash MP back unto the premises.
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