In other words, African-Americans can not use Ebonics or Black English? Any person who speaks English must speak it with an Oxbridge accent? come on! THAT DOES NOT MAKE SENSE!
You and Bantu-Kelani know about the concept 'negro' that's why it is even more surprising that you still uphold it by any means necessary. You have defenitely run out of arguments, that's why you are implying more and more that I am bullying Bantu-Kelani, but in all thruth both of you are negating my major arguments, and you are confusing being checkmated with bullying. But those are two different things. It's such a pity that you are playing the bully card the moment you have run out of legitimate arguments, not even mentioning the fact that you have delibaretely overlooked most of my arguments.
The same thing can be said about Bantu-Kelani: she threatened to ban me from this message board when she was running out of proper arguments, and that's what I would call abuse! I thought this was a reasoning board, I didn't know it was a teasing board: as soon as you don't agree with the moderators they threaten to ban you! So again it is the world upside down, in this way it is not no reasoning board but a board to uphold the egoes of the moderators, and I don't think the board should be abused for that reason!
If I was just name calling without given no reason and not giving any arguments, it would have been another thing, but I present arguments all the time. You shouldn't confuse strong arguments with bullying!
It's gona take bravery to stop (mental) slavery!
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