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Re: Why I Am Letting My Natural Hair Grow Out

Yes, why should Negroid Africans (Iím referring to the very dark skinned people with broad features and kinky hair) have to APE white people as an entrant to society?! This is a VICIOUS propaganda aimed at to make the pure blacks a race of imitators ie. monkeys!

Those who are offended by my use of the term Negroid are being naive. Regardless of the term we describe ourselves in any case white/Europeans consider us as nigger.. My use of the anthropological term Negroid is not offensive, it is facing the truth of our worldwide humiliation and oppression. It's my last reply on this irrelevant subject.

Bantu-Kelani.

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