Re: "Europeans Must Be Blamed For Poverty In Afric
Posted By: discipleofmaat In Response To: Re: "Europeans Must Be Blamed For Poverty In Afric (ras marcus)
Date: Thursday, 23 July 2009, at 5:51 p.m.
In Response To: Re: "Europeans Must Be Blamed For Poverty In Afric (ras marcus)
*******One thing we know he is not an African liberator, he is only the President of the United States of America, and he will continue to carry out the duties and policies of the system, which enslaved and downpressed African people everywhere. If he is allowed to, he may be able to make small economical and social changes, but they will continue to invade other people's countries and dictate to them, what they should do and what they should not do, it is all based on politics and if he refuses to do what the system was establish to do, then they will find ways and means to get rid of him*******
And that is indeed truth. But the problems seems to be that people, especially our people, have forgotten or are in denial about the atrocities that formed this country and that continue to this day. We are still talking about an illegal and oppressive endeavor that ones are now all too happy to participate in for the sake of acquiring materiality/money.
Obama represents the justification of all of those atrocities by serving as the image of achievement and opportunity.
Just today, Obama graced a suburban city near me that within the last 30 years built barricades to prevent minorities from traveling through their cities limits AND used to have clauses in their property deeds prohibiting the transfer of property to blacks and jews.
The city is known to be elitist which is but a nice way of saying 'apartheid'.
We have completely dropped our defenses and bought into this pleasant image of a black man while we slip into a state of fascism and global domination.
-give thankhs to the sharing
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