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Re: The Black Problem
In Response To: Re: The Black Problem ()

I apologized to you if I was wrong. I assumed you were White because usually I can tell who is who when they say the following:

1. "Grow up"

2. "Just get over it!"

3. "Race is a completely fictional idea"

4. "All the issues of race are not important enough to deal and make an argument"

5. "Discrimination does not exist, itís all in your head!"

6. Referring to Black posters as potential racists

Frankly, the mindset of a Black Afrocentric men or women never get tired to argue with Whites and self-hating Negroes both "philosophically" and practically in the open, and expose how vile and contrary they are to win Black political, economic interest and racial justice. Being black is more then just a physical appearance, it is a frame of mind. But, if I was wrong, like I said, I apologize.

Bantu Kelani.

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