People are informing you on something IMPORTANT! I hope you don't think everybody is mis-educated accept you.
As you name yourself BANTU yet hold fast to COLONIAL Anthropological terms as NEGROID.
Sister, you're way of dismissing this TRUTH is what provokes bad conduct. And telling others to leave if they don't like or dare to question the manner of moderating this forum is childish to me. Ones where here for years without having to be reminded of the rules at every post or reaction. Some of us have been around too long just to leave because of disagreements with a new moderator. Ones are not here because of the rules or because of moderator. There is a bigger picture and that are the hundreds or thousands of people that visit this site everyday. To leave because ones can't take you're vibes is a bit too much to ask. Otherwise it should be named Bantu-Kelani speaks!
As Brother Suvilye and Djehuti already shown you that Negroid as Anthropological term didn't come from the aBantu but from the beastlike Uropean. If you accept the term Negroid to describe you and OUR aBantu/people then you can also accept terms like Pygmee, Negress, Nigritic and more foolishness. I know that Djehuti has written books on this matter and has studied it exstensively, i don't know what makes u think u are the only one studying? And u wonder why some reply to you in a ill manner.
The vibes you spread is the vibes you recieve!
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