*****So you don't have to yell. ******
was I talking in caps?
What I am saying is that you seek peace from me but have not addressed what has caused the division/conflict. In fact, you promote the conflict.
My people are not savages. The savage card was one of the most impactful influences used against us preventing our alignment with our indigenous/spiritual truths.
But today, ignorance of this is BS. You and your frat members know good and well that xtianity was spread to Afrikans and indigenous worldwide with the premise that it was right and their spiritual systems were wrong.
The first cases of terrorists I can recall were missionaries...psychological terrorists. You are one of their flock. You say it over and over again. So how do you expect me to react to you when you sit there with a belief that you are chosen by our Creator OVER ME and MINE because of what notion you accept.
Tell me that you are cool with someone who basically says that they are better than you and you are going to burn eternally.
So why should you expect me to smile in your face when you wear your crucifix LOUD AND CLEAR in my face?
You know who is really hung on that cross? It is the spirituality of my people that has been splayed wide open. I am not happy about that. I will not pretend to be happy about that.
Sure, you got your personal reasons. But they stopped being personal when you yapped them up on this public board. You ARROGANTLY voice your devoutness because you think it is based upon righteousness and exclusive truth.
I still do not know what you want from me. You should know by now that I am not here mamby-pambying with a wine bottle in my hand sitting on the corner.
Perhaps it is your name. Judah reminds me of judeo-xtianity which brings up bad memories of the terrorist activities my family encountered by the hands of your fellow followists.
Its like mentioning the name Muhammad Atta to a World Trade survivor. How do you think they would react to that?
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