"For me, personally, on principle I agree with you. But where we disagree is when you put white people into the mix. Why? Because I personally feel that
while there are a few good, well-meaning whites who are willing to work towards these efforts, I find it very hard to believe that the majority of those few
well-meaning whites can ACCEPT, over an extended period of time, your pointing out to them the ills of their race. I personally feel that eventually the human
ego can not take truthful accusations for too long without eventually lashing out. I see all the time, whites who agrees that lies have been purposefully planted
and told and wrongs have been done, but they totally disagree with reparations. Yet one is dependent on the other. Reparations are demanding because of
the wrong that's been done. What are the reasons for their disagreement on this? For these reasons I do not BELIEVE that extended working relationships
with 90 + % of the FEW well-meaning. "
I find it sad that you will not allow yuhself to LOVE humans. How do you feel about Mexicans???
They are NOT white...yet they come from EUROPE
and conquer and war on the land until they
What is your idea of "working hard" sistren?
It may be different from others. I am white,
I DO FULLY support Reprations and Repratriation.
I do accept the white man history as pure folly and wrongness. I LOVE ALL HUMAN.
Can I be accepted by you??
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