I have a question:
Should the EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE (europeans of goodwill) be applicable to the COLLECTIVE DEEDS and MINDSET OF A NATION that continues to partake in one sense or another in the Afrikan Holocaust?
Please overstand that it should go without saying, that our DISTRUST and PRUDENCY is not based off of HATE or a sense of ARROGANCE or SUPERIORITY but rather by witnessing and EXPERIENCING the events of a people over the last few centuries unto this very second.
We should really not be that overly concerned with white folx. I love those who love I. Respect due unto those of good will and sincere intentions. The rest will be dealt with by forces greater than us. The greater concern would be are OUR OWN DIFFERENCES IRREPERABLE, and what can we do to mend that which has been severly damaged?
AFRIKA FOR THE AFRIKAN AT HOME AND ABROAD
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