I like how Thabo Mbeki say we have to be united, but how many Blacks out there will be willing to or even taking their time trying to be united? Not many! Too many Blacks are clueless of their own history. Let's look Little Haiti and see how many Hatians want to associate themselves with Vodou and how most of their leaders have been defending their own pockets as well as the interest of their masters. Haitians are not alone. Other Black communities in the Diaspora have lost their identity and abhor their history too. Sure, we are victims of racism and discrimination, but it seem we canít get our ** together.
Yes, Blacks worldwide need to realize they are ONE PEOPLE but they need to act as if they are one people. Until that is realized we won't go anywhere...
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