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Re: The Afro-Brazilian Story III: Link With Africa, Affirmative Action, Changing Trends

Muhammad Cipher ·
Propaganda is a hellva thing...... ".....stay woke"
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Re: NEO-SLAVE PLANTATIONS

nuggyt ·
When people throw about the word "slave" like this it diminishes what our ancenstors went through
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Re: NEO-SLAVE PLANTATIONS

Norland ·
The Prison Industrial Complex might be Slavery's first cousin or twin. The cops, courts, guards, guards are ole' Massa personified.
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Re: NEO-SLAVE PLANTATIONS

Norland ·
One "guards" was sufficient. I'm a "senior".
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Re: NEO-SLAVE PLANTATIONS

nuggyt ·
Originally Posted by Norland: One "guards" was sufficient. I'm a "senior". You are also delusional
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Re: NEO-SLAVE PLANTATIONS

Norland ·
Thank you so very much nuggyt.
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Re: The Full Emancipation Proclamation

Kocolicious ·
Wow!!!!! How "lucky" are we to have this documented evidence of our freedom? I say this cuz on this day there are so many of us STILL in human slavery in Africa and in MANY parts of the middle east. Still!!!!! So for me, our journey for TOTAL freedom of all our African peoples continues. We must take this opportunity to ensure FREEDOM for ALL Africans-including the ones enslaved by their own PEOPLE!!! They are BRAINWASHED unfortunately. And as we know, this form of slave mentality is hard to...
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Re: [PART 1 : The 500 year terrorist attacks of Europe and America on the African people]

SeptimusServerus/kraaal ·
Sunnubian asks: DID AFRICANS SELL OTHER AFRICANS? Sunnubian concludes that “Most of the time, you hear about how africans allegedly sold their kinsmen into slavery and they make it sound like it was something natural to the african. Well, i am glad to say it is all nonsense.” Before I address the question of whether or not Africans sold other Africans into slavery allow me first respond to what is a lie and absolute nonsense. Sanford J. Ungar in his book Africa argues that; “in some...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Kocolicious ·
blah blah blah blah blaaaaaa! Homeboy should have THOUGHT about that when he was teaching gangbangers HOW to cook rocks to distribute them black neighborhoods....MINE in particular! Nope not falling for it. Cuz this information he is talking ABOUT....was available to HIM during the time he launch this self-destructive mode throughout Los Angeles, Pasadena and San Bernadino hot spots. It was this contract the fueled the contras wars and Olive North was seated in the hot seat to explain how...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

sunnubian ·
" And let me be clear....when Freeway Rick[I get confused with his name, I used to call him Freeway Willy]" ************************************************************** Could you elaborate on this some more? I posted what I thought was from a writer, who was a reformed street dealer, who is often confused with being the rapper Rick Ross. I know about the guy who claims to have been the person to introduce Black people to Crack Cocaine and flooded African American communities with Crack...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Kocolicious ·
Yep! That's what I'm saying sista girl. hummmm And I quote "My background and experience has positioned me to oddly be able to see the need for this dialogue on the topic; in my eyes having it triggered by a stark conservative is only more of a statement of the need to have a full conversation on the presented issues with a honest view of history. While many have connected me with the destruction of the black community, those same detractors fail to have a historical grasp on this countries...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

sunnubian ·
I just wanted to be sure that this was one and the same person. Now, I want to know how the hell is the writer of this peace not mentioning that and trying to pass him off as just another reformed street dealer.
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Kocolicious ·
Cuz some people are FORGIVING...and others have MEMORY loss cuz for the most part it didn't affect THEM[as much]. Just like during that time gangsta rappers were STEALING samples from legitimate music artists....but! Because these baby monsters were a part of a gang mentality that bullied their OWN people, many artists were TOO afraid to do anything about it until RECENTLY i.e. sue for royalties. But I also have my own theory as to why this all came about with blackfolks NOT pulling their...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: I just wanted to be sure that this was one and the same person. Now, I want to know how the hell is the writer of this peace not mentioning that and trying to pass him off as just another reformed street dealer. I dont know what the writers intentions where, I do know this is a reoccurring theme that isn't ever going to be easy to accept. From the 80's until today, a hard reality holds true. The most effective people to reach youth living that life, are those...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Kocolicious ·
Brotha Muhammad Ciper wrote "An ex stripper, sugarbaby knows the ins and outs of the life. She knows what attracts young girls to it, and she knows "the other side of the game" not seen or discussed. Women who have lived that life who go on to work directly with young girls to get them out and prevent them from going in do not face this level of resistance." I'm sorry my brotha. I know you didn't direct your comments to me but I just have to say that your above statement as an example is...
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Re: Letter From a Kingpin: A Discussion of Race, Politics And Slavery

Kocolicious ·
Oh more thing...if these so-called reformed black men REALLY cared about the future and present-state of the black community including black people.....they WOULD NOT keep re-entering the prison system once released. It's mighty funny they talk all this "good" intellectual stuff while in cages...but! As soon as they are let out....they convert back to bad behavior that continue to destroy our culture. Like a revolving door of the door of no return. So....don't believe a WORD cons say...cuz...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

EbonyRose ·
I likeded that onel!!!
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Norland ·
When the European stole Africans, he didn't see 'MEN', he saw what he thought were GORILLAS that could talk and might be easy to train. When he said "all men are created equal", that didn't mean Africans. That is why we experience what we're experiencing. That mindset is still in effect right now and will be forever, amen, as long as we're here.
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Kocolicious ·
When the European stole Africans, he didn't see 'MEN', he saw what he thought were GORILLAS that could talk and mght be eaasy to train. No. That's where you are soooooooo WRONG. Having been slaves themselves [by Arabs] and tired of "f"ing themsleves in the behinds as they had been "trained" to do so in their culture...if in fact they did see a "gorilla" it was because they were bewithered cuz they had damn near eaten and had sex every "wild" animal in their regent as if why they were...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: When the European stole Africans, he didn't see 'MEN', he saw what he thought were GORILLAS that could talk and might be easy to train. When he said "all men are created equal", that didn't mean Africans. That is why we experience what we're experiencing. That mindset is still in effect right now and will be forever, amen, as long as we're here. The White man never saw "gorillas" when they came in contact with Black people. That racist psych game was played on...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

EbonyRose ·
They saw us as "non-humans" as a reason to justify their own lack of humanity. They were then, and had always been ... and some of them will always be .... the most savage, brutal, unconscionable, barbaric human beings to ever walk the Earth. They were able to see us as animals, because they lacked basic humanness themselves.
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Kocolicious ·
I agree with you BOTH Which is why in my view....religion per se is very dangerous cuz historically it has been USED as a tool to dominate, manipulate and plain out LIE about certain things that are TOTALLY IMPOSSIBLE. i.e. walk on water, return from the dead after three days, the split of the sea.....things that cannot be DONE today. So how was it EVER done back then?And yet WARS have been launched because of it. And the funny thing is whiteboy used to be able to use the ape that to justify...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Which is why in my view....religion per se is very dangerous cuz historically it has been USED as a tool to dominate, manipulate and plain out LIE about certain things that are TOTALLY IMPOSSIBLE. i.e. walk on water, return from the dead after three days, the split of the sea.....things that cannot be DONE today. So how was it EVER done back then? Yep, I agree with that, too, Ms. Koco!! But, the thing is .... that just like with the "ape/non-human" thing,...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

sunnubian ·
ER and Koco, you're not showing any mercy, you're even cleaning out the crevices, grit by grit.
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Kocolicious ·
You're sooooooooooooooo right sista ER. Yep, this is a sign of mental illness....however, mental illness i.e. patriarchal/penetration/pederasty is ancient social control over women and children. But! Although America is NOT where it should be in terms of socially, economically and in equality status....it is the BEST thing going presently. America has a lotta faults, nicks, some things undeveloped...but it is by far one of the best countries in the world....despite all the work that must...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Kocolicious ·
@ Sista Sunnubian.... No mercy. Just the truth. Which is MORE than they've given us. But!
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

sunnubian ·
Organized religion has did just as much harm to humanity as it has good, and any good that came from organized religion really did not start until after the Age of Enlightenment, before which organized religions were no more than political organizations and government dictating people's lives with torturous and deadly consequences for those who refused to conform. I often think of how all the major religions harp on atonement/repentance/and sin, when are these religions going to atone for...
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Re: On Independence Day, Also Remember Thomas Jefferson's Betrayal

Norland ·
Religion is a belief. It's the MEN of the world with their religious beliefs that cause all this havoc against others. I used to believe in Santa Clause. Watched out the window every Christmas Eve for Santa and his sleigh. I just knew he was coming, and I was going to see him. Religion is the same thing. I never saw Santa and no one's seen God or Jesus. The MEN of the world are out of their damn minds to the maximum, and they use religion to compensate for their beastly behavior against...
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

Norland ·
This woman looks a little Negroid in the snoot department. Who cares what she says, anyone listening to Donald Trump?? She's in France; he's here and mucho problematic and insane talking Nukes, abortion, waterboarding and punching Negroes lights out.
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

Momentum ·
What she said have some truth, religious brainwashing are like chains.
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

sunnubian ·
Yeah, that's what I mean. Also, she was talking about the face Veils , not the head scarfs as those tweeting are indicating. What she got wrong as hell, was this idea that there were "Negroes who liked slavery"; I have no idea where she got that false belief from, probably from some racist White American. Or, she may have meant was, that after enough time had passed, many s laves in America had been thoroughly brainwashed and socially conditioned to BELIEVE that they were supposed to be...
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

GoodMan ·
This is nothing but the continued war on Islam and Muslim men. The whole purpose of the veil is to prevent men from sexualizing women. And men are also supposed to be covered from head to toe and most often are in hardcore Islamic countries. As a man you can't show your ankles and etc. What European nations such as France are trying to do is assimilate Muslims. Muslims don't care to be assimilated. Matter of fact, Muslims hate the West. Matter of fact, Muslims are just in the West to make...
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

Momentum ·
Goodman, you giving a pass to Islam regarding women's rights is funny. And I know you are serious. Let me lay this on you, Arabs consider themselves caucasian, they damn don't consider themselves Black. The founder of the faith's servants mentioned that he was white. Of course it's BS but that is what they believe, they are white but the other white, LOL. I don't agree that women have to be oppressed to keep them in check. Yeah, cover your whole body in black and only a slit to see, in a...
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

sunnubian ·
"Keep women in check"? How? The way Slaves were "kept in check"? The way "jim crow and the "Black Codes" kept Black people in check? Women are oppressed in Islamic countries. Women are still oppressed in many parts of the world. And why should women have to dress in a croaker sack and cover their face, instead of the religion, culture and society addressing sexual deviance in men?
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

Kocolicious ·
More and more young American men are feeling this "chattel" thing about women. You know the folks who bring people in the world? It's as if "we" are not human or equal to "male" standards even though women RAISED men from infancy to adulthood to have such a "standard." How can that same standard all of sudden turn around on us? It's interesting to me how many can validate cruelty and abuse to the members of their families/communities for the sole intent to launch their own need for power,...
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

DennisKalita ·
Before you join the patriarchs in the Taliban, check this great movie about what goes in with young women in Afghanistan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpFJJd3ZNPo
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Re: [BUT SHE TOLD THE TRUTH] French Minister Back-Pedals After Comparing Muslim Veils to ‘American Negroes Who Were in Favor of Slavery’

DennisKalita ·
Book of Genesis has many levels. Some are political. If you believe that God is male-only and that women are an abomination and solely responsible for men’s desire of them and that women do not give birth to men, this is definitely the book for you. Meanwhile, In Pakistan, a man's right to control his wife with beatings is being challenged: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04...men-of-pakistan.html These creepy old men are common across Muslim countries. How it is.
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Kocolicious ·
As I said earlier the bible, talmud and qu'ran. Are just manuals to justify SLAVERY. It is part of the patriarchal rule. And sex slavery came before domestic slavery. And eunuchism came as a result of men being held captive from war....except in Asia where Chinese/Japanese men willingly castrated themselves to join the military....and that's where homosexuality thrived. But!
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Norland ·
White people are INSANE. No one knows where these creeps originated. You tube says they're not human. They're forever kissing dogs and every other animal they own. Watch National Geographic for a day. Hit those veterinarian shows. They'd kiss a Grizzly, if it would let them and own one too. I've seen so many arms up cows' asses, feces flowing out by the buckets full/boots full, castrations, calves born, yanked from wombs; hamburgers and steaks are no longer appealing to me in any shape nor...
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Kocolicious ·
Sista Norland wrote: White people are INSANE. No one knows where these creeps originated. You tube says they're not human. They're forever kissing dogs and every other animal they own. Watch National Geographic for a day. Hit those veterinarian shows. They'd kiss a Grizzly, if it would let them and own one too. I've seen so many arms up cows' asses, feces flowing out by the buckets full/boots full, castrations, calves born, yanked from wombs; hamburgers and steaks are no longer appealing to...
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Kocolicious ·
@ Sista Sunnubian. Good info They need to plaster this on the Catholic Church wall [for blacks to see]. So African Americans can DECIDE whether or not if they REALLY wanna be Catholics let alone Christians. The only good thing about Christianity is it saved women and children from being sexually mutilated [FGM, castration] and held the mother Mary in high regard even though all the angels were deemed male until later on in the I think the 15th century. Other than that? It's been the slave...
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

sunnubian ·
Catholicism is a biggger problem for Africans on the Continent and Black people throughout the diaspora in places other than America. I say a 'bigger' problem for them, because, unlike with African America, the Catholic Church [the same entity that sanctioned enslaving Black people's ancestors ( in perpetuity) and for stealing Africans' land and wealth] has a stronghold in those places. But, since the majority of Africans, just like Black people throughout the diaspora, do not know their own...
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Kocolicious ·
I agree my sista. It is a bigger problem associated with other problems in-house that Africans and African America refuse to act on. But in my view one of the biggest problems we have? Is refusing to take that mental chain off our brains. I know that it's hundreds of years of conditioning but we have the ability to read and write and use our cognitive capacity to move forward and become our own heroes. But when you have been stuck in a mental pattern for generations....it HARD for many to...
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Norland ·
There's lots of THEIR blood flowing through our veins from SLAVERY, and let's not forget ever, there's lots of OUR blood flowing through THEIR VEINS from slavery and every thing else that occurred in this country. They're always FUCKING black something or another; they just don't talk about the situation. Their blood's FLOWING through everything breathing probably. Fucking's #2 on their brain after killing and slaughtering; #3's MONEY. That's it with these WHATEVERS. I see folks on TV and...
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Re: "Django Unchained"

sunnubian ·
I saw this movie, and it really was a pretty good movie. Of course it did not capture the totality of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade within a two hour span of time, but it did touch on some truths about the horrors, sadism, brutality, heartbreak of slavery in America. The movie also, touched on the very subject that ALL American historians try to ignore, whitewash, and propagandize out of the history of slavery, and that is the sexual rape, brutalization, and trafficking of African women for...
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Re: "Django Unchained"

Kocolicious ·
I probably WON'T see the movies because of its violent content...however, I do appreciate your assessment Sista Sunnubian. I lost respect for Spike when he FILMED his OWN sister doing a sex scene. I found that incestous. Spike is just JEALOUS that he isn't getting good films...but when he did "the girl gotta have it" he set in stone PAYBACK in the future. Now that it's here....HANDLE IT!!! You did it to yourself when you disrespected sistas when producing this film. So suck it up and move...
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Re: "Django Unchained"

sunnubian ·
. . . but, then there is this : Richard Prince January 9, 2013 'Django Unchained' Action Figure Stokes Debate Among journalists, reactions to the toys were mostly a version of "Oh, no, they didn't!" Django Unchained action figures (blackyouthproject.com) Some Editors Failed to See No-Brainer Story The controversy over Quentin Tarantino 's "Django Unchained," in which slavery is the backdrop for a spaghetti Western, ratcheted up a notch over the weekend when freelance entertainment journalist...
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Re: "Django Unchained"

sunnubian ·
I can see the Django character and the German character being heroes, but the character played by Samuel L. Jackson, no way in hell.
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Re: "Django Unchained"

Kocolicious ·
This is the shit I'm talking about. Instead being pissed about a focking doll.....how are raising MONEY through those focking petitions to fund afterschool programs....or to purchase books or equipment? Why get your boxers in a bunch about a fictious character that DIDN'T even exist in slavery? Why? Cuz it hurts their manhood. Yall gonna be focking mad over this when there are black teens entering the juvenile system EVERYDAY cuz there is NOT enough male mentors like yall in their community...
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Re: "Django Unchained"

Norland ·
Slavery's not over. The same atrocities that happened during slavery happens in the Prison Industrial Complex. Rape, torture, executions, etc., etc. We complain about these "white" people day-after-day-after-day. Yet, here we are calling ourselves "Americans". Watch a couple hours of Tru-TV and ask yourselves, "Is this what I want to be?" Had slavery begun in Japan or China, would we be calling ourselves African-Japanese or African-Chinese? Please, the European is mental and we're mental.
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