quote:Originally posted by Blacksanction:
I find it sad that in the land of the free that a black person always has to prove how black they really are or be torn apart by members of the "black community". I think that to an extent we should be doing what we can to support them as a member of our community and perhaps this will lead to an opportunity to sway them to an afrocentric way of thinking. Negative criticism and attacks on a person's blackness just drives them further away- is that what we should be doing?
While I do not agree with the policies of the US government (yes very surprising for a foreigner) I think that Dr.Rice still could be a great example to many young black women both in and out of the United States.
It tickles my heart everytime I see her dealing with leaders in some of the most mysoginistic societies in the world and they have to play nice as she has their balls in her hands.
man if i was to do things harmful to your child as a neighbor, would you embrace me as your neighbor still? hell no.......that is simplified thinkig to accept anyone my color just because they are..man please........those negroes know when they sell their souls for personal gain...and since they were not giving a f-k about black people at the time of their actions, why should black people give a f-k about them after the fact..there are anough role models in the black race that do not work to harm it....let the kids see them........