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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

EbonyRose ·
That's cool!!! But why the 'controversy'?? The truth is usually quite clear-cut.
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

Kocolicious ·
Ya know, I kinda hold my purse too. Sorry. But! Young brothas don't respect their own folks enough for me. And it's karma. You need to pay attention to how you treat people...when no one is looking. I mean call me a whore....and how you THINK I'm gonna react. Plus....one man's action represents many...that's the law of the universe. And if brothas are so concern about how society's perceives them....then they need to make sure that they show the ultimate RESPECT to their own people. Cuz what...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

roarin1 ·
Sis Koko...I'd like for you to check something out. I understand that the viewpoints of Glen Ford are considered 'extreme' by several posters on this site--but alas, this perspective (although from his outlet,) is not from Mr. Ford, but a woman--Margaret Kimberly, who I think, addresses the epicenter of some of the points you've made above...and you've pointed out some doozies...but I'd like to return to and address some of them point for point but I concede from the outset, that some of...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

Yemaya ·
I posted this a while back and as a black mother I definitely see the attack on our people and children.
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

sunnubian ·
I wish MBM had been able to save ALL of our previous posts during the changing of AA.org to new platforms, because if he had you would see where I was also discussing this very thing a few years back. They have been doing this to Black women for sometime now, all you have to do is read the news or know about certain cases, many of which are "Conspiracy" cases, where if the boyfriend, baby daddy is selling drugs, they have been charging many, many Black women and girls with "conspiracy" in...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

Kocolicious ·
@Roarin 1 There has always been a conspiracy against African women and children. This conspiracy is about 1400 years old or so when Arab slave trader first came to Africa and began snatching African women and children from their land for the sole purpose of converting them into SEX slaves. They are the ones who taught massa how to mistreat African men and women. So I'm not surprised or will ever be surprised at this injustice on the other side of the crusade: the west. African American women...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: The thing is some young brothas are soooooooooo stupid cuz they don't even know they start the global "trend" in everything social: music, dress, coolness, intelligence, brillance....alladat! But they rather be thought of as a "thug" where they are feared....than to be thought of as a person of integrity/merit. Then when the good times fades and the many [i.e. their counterparts] are either in prison or dead....all of sudden the fog lifts and the remaining...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: I wish MBM had been able to save ALL of our previous posts during the changing of AA.org to new platforms, because if he had you would see where I was also discussing this very thing a few years back. ======================================================== I think we do have ALL of our previous posts back, Sunnubian!! Not sure what you might be looking for ... but, try using the "Search" feature at the top of the page to see if you can find it!! Somewhere...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

roarin1 ·
I agree. Again I agree. But when was the last time you found yourself 'clutching you're purse a little tighter' when a yung black woman walked by? You see, we're all the victims of the same white-conspiratory system...and that (believe it or not,) is the only point I wish to make. Each one reach one, each one teach one...you've alluded to this ancient Afrikan principle in the above yourself... but frankly also and not unlike you, I wonder if we haven't given-up ourselves. Interesting ...
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

roarin1 ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: I posted this a while back and as a black mother I definitely see the attack on our people and children. I don't doubt that you do Sis Yemaya. Believe it or not, it is easy to appreciate your consciousness.
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

roarin1 ·
Originally Posted by EbonyRose: That's cool!!! But why the 'controversy'?? The truth is usually quite clear-cut. Btw, this was my perspective precisely.
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Re: The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

Kocolicious ·
Brotha Roarin 1 wrote: Again I agree. But when was the last time you found yourself 'clutching you're purse a little tighter' when a yung black woman walked by? Well...I don't clutch my purse my brotha. With some young sistas [especially during my programs] not only do I hide my purse...I lock it up! Ya know...to KEEP them honest. And this was a couple of weeks ago. You see, my brotha, there is no gender immunity to this devestating decay in our culture. We are all victims allowing this...
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Re: Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Resigns Without Explanation

Kocolicious ·
I heard he is headed to the Trump's Administration. This is where greed lifts its ugly head in the black community. And the brother don't care he's black too. And it can happen to him...he sees what's happening all around him but it's about that power and almighty dollar. Like Foreman...Omarosa. To be honest....I'm kinda shocked and sad at the same time. I would never believe this....if someone had told me. But I'm witnessing it myself. Before my very eyes. The traders of the black culture.
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Re: Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Resigns Without Explanation

Norland ·
Some black men are mean and retarded; he happens to be one. Anyone who follows trumpf like Michael the Black Man, bethefuckware!!!!!!
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Re: “Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

Norland ·
They want us to go back to Africa. How are we going to go back to a place we've never been? The time to have yelled that loud and clear was when that first slave ship hit these shores. Throw a couple billion our way we'll be more than happy to accommodate cha!!!!!! Problem is, I come from the hospital down the street a piece. What's a Nigra sposed to do?????? Send the money anyway, I'll happily find a place to go where we'll never have to see each other EVER AGAIN!!!!!! Send it now!!! Thanka...
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Re: “Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

GoodMan ·
I will GLADLY to Africa. (Can't really go back to a place I never been). I don't wanna stay here with Europeans anyway. If somebody tell my to go back to Africa...I would smile and say "What makes you think I wanna stay here and look at your pale asses every damn day? You make me sick."
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Re: “Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: "(Can't really go back to a place I never been)." Which, goes to show the intelligence level of those who are always trying at shout that phrase to African Americans. And, really, most of them are not wanted in any decent parts of Europe.
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Re: “Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

Xeon ·
“They want us to go back to Africa. How are we going to go back to a place we've never been?” Good point. I’ve never understood that. When I was a kid growing up in Ohio, there were white kids who always called me “niggers” and “go back to Africa” . The irony is these kids were the children of Slovaks and Italians. Their grandparents couldn’t even speak English! They were descendents of European immigrants and second generation Americans. Yet my parents, grandparents, great grandparents and...
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Re: “Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

Norland ·
and some of those "white" people you mentioned were considered niggers themselves until they moved here and were light enough to lie and meld with the Cave Man. Bottom line: It's been noted that every human on the planet originated from the Black man; consequently every damn body is a fuckin' NIGGER. Place everyone on the planet in a completely darkened area to accommodate, start to gropin' not a soul there would be able to tell what the hell COLOR anyone was. All body parts are the same,...
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Re: Pentagon Plane

sunnubian ·
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Kocolicious ·
@ Audio Guy....where you been? Good to hear from ya! Having said that, didn't they say at first that a truck exploded near the pentagon and the Feds quickly closed that assumption down? Callin it a rumor? And during that time there was speculation too that the government was secretly behind this as a distraction regarding the Shell Oil corruption in Afghanistan? So many theories. I do believe however this is a cover up! Absolutely. But!
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sunnubian ·
I read the post and saw "Audioguy", but it didn't register right away. Welcome back Audioguy!
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AudioGuy ·
Thanks! I've been cheating on AA.org... With FaceBook! I'm definitely gonna be check in more often though!
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Momentum ·
Welcome back AudioGuy. On 911, I went with what was reported by corporate owned media but many interesting questions followed and today I'm a bit of a skeptic that we know is what really happened. Building 5 falling down by itself was my first big red flag. Also, the twin towers fell straight down and also the multiple reports of hearing explosions and many more questions. I still think 45% that it was totally a terrorist attack, planned and executed by them but there are some big holes in...
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The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere

sunnubian ·
The Controversial Graphic That Is Popping Up Everywhere Posted on April 26, 2012 by Jeb Share this now! <script type="text/javascript"></script> Sorry, but Obama’s election didn’t mean the end of racism in America. Found on the Facebook page of Republic Bigotry Hate Fear Lies And Distortion . Originally submitted by Laura S.
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"Pre-Crimes" Sentencing

sunnubian ·
SERIOUSLY: Will Texas Execute a Man for Being Black? March 17, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 24 Texas argued that the fact that Mr. Buck is Black increases the possibility of him being violent in the future AFRICANGLOBE – Duane Buck is guilty of murder. Of that, there is no question. In 1995 he shot and killed his then-girlfriend as well as her male companion in her Houston, Texas, apartment. Not surprisingly, in execution-prone Texas, Buck was...
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Chris Rock's Controversial 'Crackers' Video

Cholly ·
They say it's only racist if it's not funny, so is the previously unreleased video for "Crackers," Chris Rock's white-bashing spoof of OutKast's "Hey Ya," a case of beats for the bigoted? In what is sure to spark debate over the thin line between...
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Controversial Novel ‘The Book Of Negroes’ Gets Greenlight For Mini-Series

sunnubian ·
Controversial Novel ‘The Book Of Negroes’ Gets Greenlight For Mini-Series June 13, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff The Book of Negroes AFRICANGLOBE – The highly controversial novel, “ The Book of Negroes ,” a book written by Lawrence Hill , was just green-lighted to be adapted into a miniseries that will be produced by BET in the U.S. and the CBC in Canada, according to The Hollywood Reporter . The novel, which was published in 2007, traces the gripping...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
I think Jesus gets so tired of our shit, he meanders over to the North Pole to visit Santa Claus. That's why the world's so fucked up. He's tired and through.
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Kocolicious ·
Of course there is a political reason. And it's a global one. Massa had to represent a civil "god" ideology. After the fact that he conquered near damn all of the world at his peak time in history, he stole everything else. Why not adopt christianity. Surely, since during the Roman days-their world of pederasty, war and slavery were collapsing because of their missing empathy for women. Their whole kingdom like many others during their day was based on the praise of the male form. Sodomy...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
It's alright to adopt a religion if that's what one wants to do; but religion and God's not working when everything Satanic has taken over. The religious fanatics and Jesus freaks need to stfu. The people of the world are murdering everything breathing and hating Black folks so damn much, that soon, none of us will give a FUCK. We'll just turn our backs and wave our non-existing tails at all of you hating U.G.L.Y. assholes and tell you "If you can find it, KISS it". Compliments of EVERYTHING...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Kocolicious ·
I hear ya but for me? It's not religion when it is not FREEDOM to think and feel how you want. This ideology is so confusing and that is why people are KILLING and murdering each other cuz the soul is in a quandary. What the fock? Oh so priest can commit sodomy on a baby boy or child brides are legal to marry cuz of a man-made religion that is not equal to every soul, heart and spirit it reaches? It should be equality in that and it is not. As why the world...earth is reaping havoc climate...
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Norland ·
There's some toxic gas flying into the atmosphere right now, that's going to take these "humans" 4 something or another years/months to plug. People have been uprooted from their homes. These "people" think they can drop bombs on people, mistreat them, abuse them, terrorize them, rape them, turn them into immigrants with no place to go, without repercussions. There's a PRICE TO BE PAID for everything we do. We get away with NOTHING. Count that money White Folks. Hope it tastes good when...
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sunnubian ·
" Christianity is but stolen Kemetic / Egyptian religious philosophy and spirituality , including its rituals and beliefs, reframed in an Aryan image is the subject of the following presentation.": KEMET (Egyptian) - (Began 4,000 BCE) The Mysteries The Sem, or mythical representations The Ritual as the book.of resurrection The sayings of Iu or Iu-em-hetep Huhi the father in heaven as the eternal, a title of Atum-Ra Ra, the holy spirit Ra the father of Iu the Su, or son of God, with the hawk...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Momentum ·
Christian - (Began 200 BCE)?? I thought Jesus was born 2-4 BC and died 33 AD (in the year of the lord - latin anno domini ). There was no Christian faith 200 BCE (Before Christian Era or Before Common Era) Any way good info that needs to be more common knowledge.
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
Whatever Jesus has done, whenever he did it, however he's coming back, he'd better get here soon, because all the messages he's ever sent have not been taken seriously. Folks are really swell at Praise Dancing, though, and that's about it!!! He's not going to be happy at all this slaughtering and hatred going on. Nope!!!!
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“Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA

sunnubian ·
“Go Back to Africa!” Confederate Flag Supporters Scream When Challenged in Danville, VA November 4, 2014 | Posted by Christina Montford Controversy raged at a news conference outside of a Virginia museum yesterday when the director of the Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History asked the City Council to remove a confederate flag from a monument outside the museum and move it indoors as part of an exhibit. Supporters of the flag claimed that it is a part of their heritage and they have a...
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Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Resigns Without Explanation

sunnubian ·
Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Resigns Without Explanation Monique Judge Today 6:13pm Filed to: NEWS 9.2K 50 6 Spencer Platt/Getty Images David Clarke Jr.—the black sheriff from Milwaukee who has done everything in his power, including endorsing Donald Trump, to prove that he is different from all the rest of us black people—resigned from his job without explanation on Thursday. Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson told the Associated Press that he received a letter of...
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Pentagon Plane

AudioGuy ·
After 9/11 we discussed the topic and my question was always: "What happened to the wings?"
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Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

sunnubian ·
Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue This black doll in the nativity scene on display in MP Lizzie Blandthorn’s Pascoe Vale office has some locals seeing red. People often argue that it shouldn’t matter what color Jesus Christ is, but hackles are raised when he is portrayed as anything other than white. This is what’s happening in Pascoe Vale, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, which has generated controversy by displaying a nativity...
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Is Father’s Day a Second Mother’s Day?

sunnubian ·
Is Father’s Day a Second Mother’s Day? June 21, 2015 | Posted by Tracy Day By Bekitembe Eric Taylor A Hallmark Mahogany card titled “For You, Mom, on Father’s Day” has drawn the line between being a stereotype of absentee fatherhood in the Black community and robbing dads of their special day. There have even been posts on Facebook warning women that they will be blocked or deleted as friends if they wish themselves Happy Father’s Day. How could a $4 card cause so much controversy? Some of...
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Re: Chris Rock's Controversial 'Crackers' Video

Yemaya ·
I like it! Its funny and its TRUE!
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