Well even with this general comment of yours I cannot help but observe how you could not address the manner the person whom you supported, entered this reasoning.
I know respect (Re – Spect) is about reflecting on the bigger picture, and especially reflecting towards one’s higher self (Re or Ra). So I stay on course advocating what I (my self) think is in the best interest of us all from our common Black African perspective. Now if others cannot consider the broader picture, then it certainly is not my fault, as I do not run all education systems, and I am not trying to run all.
Being respectful is not about being meek and mild or casually friendly, which is expected of Blacks when dealing with lighter shades. Being respectful is about mindfulness, and having due consideration for all of us, and not just one section of us. And I do not feel that anything that I have explained so far is not in the best interest of all of us.
So I suggest that Whites who wish to converse with Blacks should always consider the historical and present abuses that are with many Black Africans today especially when conversing in a Black Based Movement.
No regular African poster so far has said that Whites cannot come here, but certainly Informed Blacks should not feel they have to cower to Whites or even other uninformed Blacks to raise legitimate concerns in a Black Based Movement.
We end up at times the beggars in our own house for not standing up for our rights.
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