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Re: For the Sistas of AA.org

Rowe ·
I enjoy Black women's expressive mannerisms and dialogue (e.g., hands on hip, Come'here girl, and Chile please!). I enjoy how comfortable you feel in Black women's presence. Like Honestbrother, I too love hearing the melodic voice of Black women. Did I mention their distinctive and versatile beauty? They are by far the most artistically talented of all women, in the areas of song, dance, textile and hair design. Black women are also the most spirituallly conscious of all women, always...
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Re: Illegal Immigration

Empty Purnata ·
Yes, in Capitalist dictatorships like Singapore, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Saudia Arabia, Croatia and Cambodia. Zimbabwe is a proto-Fascist Neoliberal dictatorship BACKED BY THE US GOVERNMENT, I might add. Before you go on and on about dictatorships, go read up on your beloved gub'ment's relationship with them. Our military-industrial complex trained guerilla fighters on US military bases to murder Socialist leaders like Patrice Lumumba (in my avatar) and Kwame Nkrumah and supported...
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Re: Incentives

Empty Purnata ·
Sounds like a pyrmaid scheme. I'm not just saying that, that's the same logic that pyramid schemes use for incentives (except they offer no fixed income). I say a communist business would actually produce more incentive to work than a capitalist business because salaries would be higher. On average, capitalist workers receive about 10% of their actual labor value. In a communist one, they would receive 100%. Yes, human incentive is always important. What's more entycing than getting to "keep...
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Re: Incentives

Empty Purnata ·
In a Marxist socialist system with a democratically run government composed of the workers, they could be government-subsidized. With Syndicalism they could be funded by trade unionism. You are right that the anarcho-socialist system has the hardest time answering this question. In a system with a very minimal government, the money could come from public federal reserves (like a public piggy-bank). How can an entrepreneurs pay low wages when they do not have control of wages? You are still...
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Re: Incentives

Sweetwuzzy ·
Structurally, capitalism does not work as well as you are purporting it does. Look at Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Niger, Ethiopia, Chad, Niger, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Mauritania and the Central African Republic. All shining examples of capitalist organization. 1% of society control and owns everything while everyone else is starving and fighting one another. Are those countries in the state they are in because they are capitalist or because of other reasons like...
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Re: Incentives

Empty Purnata ·
These problems started due to latter and are being worsened and prolonged by the former. The former takes advantage of the latter.
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Re: 30th Anniversary of September 11 : Over 3000 dead

Nmaginate ·
Where's Sean Hannity??? ity:
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Re: 30th Anniversary of September 11 : Over 3000 dead

sergeant ·
Guess some of this mattered in the 1970's. And as is typical, some assume that the US had total control over the internal workings of Chile, which is never the case in any of these old stories. Regardless, why is an event over 30 years old, with most the participants now dead even brought up again today? Are you suggesting the US is doing this today in Chile? Hey, did you hear about the Louisiana Purchase? Better run out and get yours, eh ricardo. ???
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Re: 30th Anniversary of September 11 : Over 3000 dead

ricardomath ·
Sergeant, You may not consider it big news, but I assure that the 30th Aniversary of 9/11 is a big deal in Chile. Many of the perpetrators are indeed alive. Our government could help by allowing the extradiction of Henry Kissinger. Image that, instead of "only" killing 3000 people, Al-Queda had actually succeeded in overthrowing our government and established a military dictatorship in the US, lasting 17 years, resulting in the widespread killing, maiming, and torturing of Americans. Do you...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

chilewillow ·
Mr. Lofton, Surely you will agree... and someone else made this point, that most politicians are of the same ilk, cut from the same cloth. Once elected, they seldom follow through on campaign promises. They become different people than they were when they were asking for your vote. You are much better informed than I am about the behavior of the specific people you have named. And, if they are true, the above is not meant to excuse the charges you have made. But the majority of politicians,...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

chilewillow ·
Mr. Lofton, I've read this link before "http ://africanamerica.org/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/79160213/m/9131049962". And this link, "http://turningtables.blogspot.com/" is hardly one you can use to justify any position. Do you have anything new to add? Perhaps you missed what I said in my previous post. At present, we have two city councilmen, both white, who have been censured by the State Elections Committee for taking bribes in the form of illegal campaign contributions. Just censure,...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

Michael ·
"I think this topic has about run out of gas." by Chile Willow ....not likely. More likely, the Democratic Party has run out of gas, steam, supporters, believers, etc. ......and more likely the Democratic Party is running out of options to continue to fool or decieve the poverty stricken, and/or the oppressed. Since the sixties the Democratic Party has been large and in charge within the inner-city, yet the inner-city continues to be the most poverty stricken, underserved and misrepresented,...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

chilewillow ·
Mr. Lofton, The content of your last post is far too selective and reductive, and does not represent a balanced viewpoint. For this, I have no answer. As Kevin41 has implied, statistically and factually the numbers just don't compute. Take care. Kind regards, Chile Willow
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

chilewillow ·
Mr. Lofton, One of the citation in your last post, "Prison in the Cards" appears to be inconsistent with the statement you made to link to the document. I quote from that document: "The Bush Administration has taken a do-nothing approach to the fact that the imprisonment of underprivileged African-Americans has reached epidemic proportions". and... "Let's make sure we're the country of the second chance," President Bush told the crowd, without mentioning how his administration would rectify...
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Re: Women Say Goodbye To Competition.....

TruthSeeker ·
...finally, someone gets it! I agree with much in that article. It should be required reading for every woman on the planet. It should be handed out to every female child at birth...I mean the moment she gets here, before the doc slaps em on the butt, before the nurse wipes em' off. --> "Here, chile, read this!" Physical attraction will always play a role, but let's be real. Real relationships, IMO, have depth. Any relationship based solely, or even overly so, on just the physical...
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Re: Blacks must lay foundation for independence movement

Popcorn ·
Number 16. Isn't this exactly what Dubya wants to do? Again, nice RebubliCON touch. And quality euphemism - "market-driven approaches". Wouldn't it have been more honest to say "private investment accounts"? How many working class people do you think understand or even WANT to understand the financial markets? No, their too busy raising families or caring for elderly parents or just living and enjoying life. So who's going to be the big winner with "private investment accounts". Yah, all...
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Re: "Don't they teach geography here?"

nayo ·
Refugee From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is for the group of people as defined by international law. For the description of "refugee" as casually used for any person who has been forced to leave their home, [see displaced person] A refugee is a person seeking asylum in a foreign country in order to escape persecution. Some regional legal instruments further include those seeking to escape generalized violence in the definition of a refugee. [maybe , this would have been...
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Re: Pervert Gets Charged For Sexing Women's Feet

Rowe ·
Scary, but true. You'd be surprised what parts of a woman's body arouses men. Some men become aroused just by seeing a woman's neck! Try this: When you're conversing with a guy that you like, flirt, by tilting your head up and turning it to the side just slightly to elongate and expose the sexy part of your neck. When you tilt it back down, look at him and smile. They love it chile!
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Re: Pervert Gets Charged For Sexing Women's Feet

Black Viking ·
Sister Rowe! You are sooooo bad!
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Re: Pervert Gets Charged For Sexing Women's Feet

Rowe ·
And don't I know it!
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Re: Oprah Winfrey Show 5 October 2002

ArabianQueen ·
You're right Lea, I SHOULD be grateful. ThanQ America for: Estimated 100,000 Palestinian civilian deaths. Estimated 4000-5000 Afghani civilian deaths. (2001-2002) Estimated 200,000 Iraqi civilian deaths, and later 1,000,000 - 2,000,000 civilian deaths due to combined effects of depleted uranium poisoning, polluted water and sanctions. (1991) Estimated 67,000 Columbian civilian deaths. (1960's-present) Estimated 3000 Yugoslavian civilian deaths (1999) and 250,000 (1992-1995) Estimated over...
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Re: So Let Me Get This Straight .... Bush Just Straight Out Tried to Kill Sadaam?

kresge ·
Its not like this is the first time that we have tried to or actually have been involved in attempts to assasinate leaders in other countries. The Church Committee in 1975 uncovered many instances whereby the CIA had either planned an assassination, or backed one, doing away with such individuals such as president Patrice Lumumba, (Congo) president Salvador Allende (Chile) Che Guevara, president Rafael Trujillo, (Dominican Republic) and many attempts on president Fidel Castro. In the case of...
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Re: "Personal Retirement Accounts are Pro-Black, Too"

Kevin41 ·
During the election 2000-notice what Gore said about the budget surplus..which W has long f-ked off with tax cuts......funny how before ever reading this I figured that the surplus should be used to fund Soc Security......I guess teaching graduate public policy analysis in the past has its benefits....understanding the funding process.......even though I am not a budgetary type per se....... George W. Bush http://www.georgewbush.com/ Stance on Social Security reform featuring private...
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Re: "Personal Retirement Accounts are Pro-Black, Too"

toussaint ·
RAND is "conservative" based on what? It disagrees with you? Meanwhile, life expectancy is an indicator of how much you'll receive in Social Security benefits. This is a simple fact. Even low income workers would have a better return on their investments than they would in the current program. Besides, the current reform proposals will be able to fund a guaranteed benefit above what is currently offered because the government would no longer owe benefits to everyone else- they'd all have...
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Re: Mexicans Battle Blacks for jobs in the ATL.

Momentum ·
Tell the truth. Nayo, could you explain more please because I have tried to get through to some of these black folks who just can't get it for some reason. It puzzles to me because they appear to be intelligent. I am trying to be patience but this ignorance is very irritating because they claim to be in black folks corner but some of these comments are offensive to say the least. I live in a Spanish speaking household although we are African American, we hear the real deal in their own...
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Re: Just A Bunch of White Kids, Having A Few Drinks. . .

ItAintEazy ·
Sorry, I just HAD to respond to some of the bullshit being heard here: Sibeni, who had spiky hair, glasses and a long face, is high-strung and given to rash pronouncements. He denounced assassinated civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. for "dividing the country" and trying to help African-Americans "advance over the white society," and defended American support of the brutal Augusto Pinochet regime in Chile. The Mardin Looder The Coon crap is self explanatory, but then again his...
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Re: Terroism question?

Oshun Auset ·
ocatchings, Here are some "reason" for "terrorism". Remember one mans' terrorist is another man's freedom fighter, and war is never pretty. I personally didn't feel the "unity" many speak of after 9/11. I saw false unity that quickly dissolved, or like AudioGuy pointed out "overly nice white people", that soon changed their minds. I was actually sickened by the whole fake, media sponsored "unity" show. I hated to here phrases like "The world will never be the same.", like the rest of the...
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Re: The Evolution of Robin Thicke

Rowe ·
Yes, I love that song too!! It is beautifully written. Thicke definitely knows exactly what women want to hear. And you're right - Sometimes Thicke sounds like Jon B and other times he sounds like Justin Timberlake. He's just a talented brother. He, along with other talented White artists are disproving the myth that "White people can't sing." Speaking of talented White artists, have you heard Fergie's latests single ,"All That I Got???" Oh. My. Goodness. I didn't know that White girl from...
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Re: Who Is To Blame For BLACK On Black Youth Crime ?

NikkiSixx ·
Texas-Style Chili INGREDIENTS: 2 pounds lean stewing beef, cut into 1-inch cubes 1 pound pork shoulder, cut into 1-inch cubes 1/2 cup all purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 medium onions, chopped 6 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups water 2 medium dried ancho chiles, stems and seeds removed 5 dried red New Mexican chiles, stems and seeds removed 1 hot jalapeno or serrano chile, seeds removed, finely chopped, or more or less to your taste 1 1/2...
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Re: Who owns the land???

Kweli4Real ·
What almanac it you referring to that even suggests that Zimbabwe has been in any other state than drought conditions in the last 20 years? Facts, Congo. Facts. And, that non sense about the UK and America causing the drought ... now is a link to the [BBC's reporting of] article ... Notice anything missing? Well, how about anything resembling a quote from Mugabe saying the above. There are merely "insider/informed sources" quotes suggesting that Mugabe said this. Something like the fact...
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Re: Julian Bond, former NAACP chairman, hopes activists of today learn civil rights history

sunnubian ·
TUE AUG 18, 2015 AT 01:00 PM PDT Black Kos, Tuesday's Chile by Black Kos 631 Comments / 631 New RIP Brother Bond Commentary by Black Kos Editor Denise Oliver Velez It was difficult reading this announcement from Morris Dees, head of the Southern Poverty Law Center. We've lost a champion For those of us of a certain age, Julian Bond was always a part of our civil rights landscape of struggle. Tributes have poured in from many people around the globe who have been touched by his activism,...
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Re: Over 7,000 (82% Black) People Detained By Chicago Cops At Off-The-Books Torture Site

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: Originally Posted by Norland: We need to collectively leave the United States of America. We're never going to have peace here, nor have any semblance of respect. We should be as fuckin' fed up withe them and they are with us. The two colors of humans living together on the turf was a disastrous, humongous mistake. I, personally, am tired of all this racial bullshit. No one's better than me or anyone else. We're all just our parents kids. No more, no fuckin'...
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Re: A Boycott Is Happening in Chicago—And This Time It Isn’t Teachers

Muhammad Cipher ·
Another reason why there are those who don't want us to see our struggle from an international perspective. Students in Chile..........under reported and down played but those who are up on international events know how much they've impacted the movement for justice.
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Re: Asian Students Sue Harvard Over Admissions That Favor Black Students

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: Originally Posted by Momentum: Outside of Africa which has a future of chaos ahead of it but real opportunities too. I suggest Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana, countries with majority of ethnically mixed and black populations, stable to do business but more interesting black people have their own cultures that feels organic not borrowed and patched together from white people. Also they are not islands which will be under the threat of global warming. And from...
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Re: Asian Students Sue Harvard Over Admissions That Favor Black Students

GoodMan ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Too much self loathing in Panama and black people are indeed shut out. Brazil is a big country and borders the regions I spoke of and Uruguay that has a strong black population that was created when the Italians in Argentina genocide the black population and blacks fled to Uruguay back in the late 1800's. Blacks in most of the South American countries are have a hard time, Chile, Peru are very racist, very pro white but as you know many of those South American...
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Re: Asian Students Sue Harvard Over Admissions That Favor Black Students

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: Originally Posted by Momentum: Too much self loathing in Panama and black people are indeed shut out. Brazil is a big country and borders the regions I spoke of and Uruguay that has a strong black population that was created when the Italians in Argentina genocide the black population and blacks fled to Uruguay back in the late 1800's. Blacks in most of the South American countries are have a hard time, Chile, Peru are very racist, very pro white but as you know...
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Re: I'm happy I found this site again!

Kocolicious ·
@ Momentum As the old folks used to say..."chile you just BE YOURSELF !!!." And don't even HESITATE about speaking your mind. That's what this is DESIGNED for. Hal. Lay, Lu. Yer! We all have voices that need to be heard. Every last one of us. But!
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Re: I'm happy I found this site again!

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: @ Momentum As the old folks used to say..."chile you just BE YOURSELF !!!." And don't even HESITATE about speaking your mind. That's what this is DESIGNED for. Hal. Lay, Lu. Yer! We all have voices that need to be heard. Every last one of us. But! Thanks Kocolicious, being back is like slipping into old comfortable shoes, it feels right. Oh I'm not so sensitive but looking back I used to be.
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Re: AS BLACK MEN WASTE AWAY IN PRISON, BLACK WOMEN ARE BEING EVICTED AT ASTRONOMICAL RATES

Norland ·
Dey might be tryin' to send us back to dem 3 hundred year ole still standin' slave shacks. How much dat rent gonna be?? Who we gonna pay, how we gonna pay, how we gonna eat, what we gonna eat?? Ain't got no jobs, no nuttin'. Betta watch out honey chile!!! We gonna end up dead nigras.
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Re: AS BLACK MEN WASTE AWAY IN PRISON, BLACK WOMEN ARE BEING EVICTED AT ASTRONOMICAL RATES

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: Dey might be tryin' to send us back to dem 3 hundred year ole still standin' slave shacks. How much dat rent gonna be?? Who we gonna pay, how we gonna pay, how we gonna eat, what we gonna eat?? Ain't got no jobs, no nuttin'. Betta watch out honey chile!!! We gonna end up dead nigras. The entire Black race is still on the plantation, and still colonized, while falsely believing that a plantation/colonization "pass" is freedom and independence . What means of...
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Re: Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

GoodMan ·
I don't know how I feel about this. First of all, Uncle Tom was a good guy that stood up to Master, even though he was nonviolent and all of that. The traitor is Sambo. Even though Euro Americans butchered Uncle Tom's Cabin when performing it in plays. Anyway. I wish brothers and sisters would stop attacking other brothers and sisters all the time with these traitorous slurs when a brother or sister doesn't believe or do anything they do not like. It's been going on since the since the days...
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Re: Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

sunnubian ·
"First of all, Uncle Tom was a good guy that stood up to Master, even though he was nonviolent and all of that." ******************************************************* It is a pity that people, even or especially Black people, have misconstrued "Uncle Tom's" character into being the opposite of what he really was. So, you are correct, Representative Thompson should have never called Clarence Thomas an "uncle tom" , because what Clarence Thomas really is, is a housenigger; that's what...
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Re: Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

Norland ·
Rep. Thompson failed to mention that when you look into Clarence's big red eyes, it'll make ya make a flying dash to your medicine cabinet to reach for the VISINE and Kleenex to wipe your tears away.
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Re: Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

Kocolicious ·
Sista Sunnubian wrote: So, you are correct, Representative Thompson should have never called Clarence Thomas an "uncle tom" , because what Clarence Thomas really is, is a housenigger; that's what Representative Thompson should have called him, and is probably what Representative Thompson really meant. Exactly. My sista! Exactly. But!
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Re: David Frum Accuses Serena Williams Of Steroids Use, Former Bush Speechwriter Quickly Deletes Tweets

Momentum ·
Dubai Tennis Championships: Serena Williams complains drug tests are not fair Gary Meenaghan February 20, 2013 DUBAI // Serena Williams has questioned the financial efficiency of the International Tennis Federation following calls by leading men's players for an increase in anti-doping measures. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, the world's two top-ranked male players, have said in recent weeks that more blood tests should be carried out to ensure the sport remains as clean as they believe...
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Re: US has Interfered in More Elections Than Any Other Nation

Raptor ·
Freedom Rider: When America Interfered in a Russian Election | Black Agenda Report Freedom Rider: When America Interfered in a Russian Election Submitted by Margaret Kimberley on Tue, 03/14/2017 - 15:53 Freedom Rider: When America Interfered in a Russian Election | Black Agenda Report Russia by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley The U.S. is the unchallenged champion of hijacking, fixing and subverting elections around the world. On every inhabitable continent – from Italy to...
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Re: US has Interfered in More Elections Than Any Other Nation

Raptor ·
So this doesn't directly deal with the subject of this thread, but it has to do with the prospects of more propaganda, and we have to be aware of it whenever and where ever we see it. So as of recent, the media has been reporting sarin gas being used on folks in Syria and are accusing Asaad of using this gas. Like they did before only to find out that it was the rebel proxies (terrorist back by saudi arabia, back by the u.s.), who got the chemicals from as saudi prince, if I recall. They...
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Re: Is Russell Wilson a Simp for rescuing Ciara? She is one of 6 different baby's momma's.

Norland ·
Everything the black man has learned, he learned from the European. He didn't speak ENGLISH when he arrived here. He probably thought white people were two legged pigs; they're a strange sight if you're unfamiliar looking at the hairy fuckers. Could have been another part of Africa for all they knew. We're all European taught. Homosexuality, deviance, interracial fornication, you name it, they taught it, so here we all are, fuck the neighborhoods we're in. We learned to be monstrosities from...
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Re: Hope, two year-old Nigerian boy ‘accused of being a witch’ rescued by aid worker

Kocolicious ·
Honey chile...if witchcraft worked...there will be NO white people...and definitely no Arabs...and the Jews? They would be with Jesus. So this stuff is what the pagan Europeans brought to Africa. And blackfolks been putting hexes on each other....every since. Cuz why? They are the ONLY ones to believe in it. Ask Haiti. But!
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Re: Hope, two year-old Nigerian boy ‘accused of being a witch’ rescued by aid worker

Momentum ·
Stories about witchcraft back in the 80's would be in the newspapers in Nigeria, people turning into goats, sneaking into villages making people sick, putting spells on women, stuff like that.
 
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