You are right, you didnt state that.
It came from some prior reasonings.
But if all Africans have been subjected to some kind of discrimination, then what is the point of this whole discussion?
If I am hurt, do I complain that my pain is greater than my bredrine who is hurt as well?
No, I realize that we are both in the struggle together and that we need unity of mind, body, and spirit.
So no need for sufferers to bicker back and forth about who feels it greater.
Let's stop the suffering.
Now you know that if a man wants to be a sell out, he will do it no matter what shade he is.
Look at Clarence Thomas.
Look at Colin Powell.
Since so much emphasis is based on flesh tone, I pray that Rastafari Speaks have no light toned black people in a high position. Let alone any Europeans.
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