"your rhetoric is good. but it is dented with a bit of venom that is starting to become your trademark"
To some it is "venom". To others it is FIYAH. Having said this, please point out where there is "venom" (as you sight it) in my response to Bantu Kelani. Then we can forward with reasoning. Was it when, irregardless, I extend love ans support towards the sistah? Perhaps it is where I speak of UNITY among all Afrikans?
Please show I the "venom", yes?
Sisi, long time InI know seh you have trouble accepting I wordsound. That is obvious. What you miss is that I seek not your approval or acceptance. NOr anyone else's for that matter. As I have OFTEN said (though selectively ignored by ones and ones) is that we are only truly accountable to ONE MOST HIGH CREATOR. I have also endlessly repeated "Each One Teach One", not to mention repeated that each has their divine right to sight things as they wish. However what is also plain to see, is that you seem to have this uncanny habit of attacking the individual, making false assumptions on character, rather then sticking to the issue at hand.
Due to this observation, we are left to conclude that no matter what one says, be it with FIYAH or LOVE, your perceptions are and will remain tainted or twisted.
So be it.
Jah revealeth all things.
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