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Re: The 16th President

Black Viking ·
Herndon contradicts himself with these two statements. But Nancy Hanks tell a different story all together. If Lincoln was half Black, which story are we supposed to believe?
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
Sister Rowe.... How are you? I miss the picture in your avatar of the woman in ceremonial dress and makeup... she was beautiful.... I'm doing well. The woman featured in my last avatar was actually a native African woman from the Fulani tribe. I'll put the image of the woman up again, in the future. Dig Deeper, and Start Pursuing Women of Substance , Not Pin-Up Bimbo Models Sister there are a lot of people here who are confused and in pain, apparently. Therefore this brother's grievances are...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

HonestBrother ·
Sister Rowe, she was quite beautiful indeed. I look forward to her return It seems that we had a similar discussion sometime ago and sistas insisted on their right to go after the "cream of the crop" - apparently some were sick and tired of being told to be more "realistic".... my gosh to even possibly consider a talented janitor with a bright future.... hmmmmm
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Khalliqa ·
Great! It would be nice to see..... Her beauty was captivating.... I have a cousin that looks like that.... Hmmmm... I did not see where his question made reference to him approaching shallow Bimbo's... If there are many here who are confused and in pain.... then is it wrong to offer solace through understanding? And I have been away from the board for many months until now... so even if he or others have expressed their grievances before.... usually this is the mark of one who is trying to...
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Re: Puberty Rites.....

ma'am ·
Ha. I was going to post this topic this morning. I don't know any unwritten rites in Western society. I haven't had any formal ones from my family. My sister-in-law tried to pressure my mother into throwing me a quinceanera, but my mother didn't see the point of one until I turned 20. Then it was a beautiful and wonderous idea. . .Five years too late. I didn't want a sweet sixteen. I would have rathered a quince. But I didn't know that people threw real sweet sixteen parties--Not until I saw...
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Re: Albinism: The "Bleached" Uncolor {Revisee}

Philippe ·
BLACK SKIN IS THE GENETIC PARENT! Caucasians are albinos Whites cannot reproduce anything but themselves! Through powerful propaganda and indoctrination we have been completely oblivious to what having white skin really means. We have been skillfully mislead to believe that white skin is mankind's anthropological model and should be coveted. However, recent research paints a picture of white skin that is just the antithesis of what we have been brainwashed to believe. The polar bear analysis...
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Re: Albinism: The "Bleached" Uncolor {Revisee}

Dusty Elbow ·
Panama's Indian albinos a revered elite Mon Mar 13, 2006 8:02 AM ET By Mike Power ISLA TIGRE, Panama (Reuters) - When Kuna Indian medicine man Mandiuliguina Flores speaks, everyone listens. For his dark-skinned indigenous audience, the albino shaman's milky white skin gives him special powers. In a quirk of history and genetics, Panama's Kuna tribe has one of the world's highest occurrences of albinos, revered as an elite group that the Kuna call "the children of the moon". Kuna mythology...
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Re: Oral Tradition vs. Written

kresge ·
I was thinking about this thread and wanted to add these things in to the mix for our consideration. When we actually look at how actual oral societies function, I think that we need to consider the following: 1)Oral societies are inherently conservative. This is not a political statement, but rather a functional one. They are what anthropologist would call "cold societies" where change, if it takes place is very, very slow. Innovation is frowned upon. The person who is different or who...
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Re: Unity, At What Price?

Jabbar ·
I would sacrifice everything that I have for true unity with my own. there is nothing more valuable, or powerful as real unity. The sacrifice of what I have, would be immeasurably rewarded. Yes. I would imagine that the plan would include a road map toward prosperity. If the initial stage in the development of this nation required a substantial lowering of the quality of life for the pioneers I would accept this so long as the condition could be changed with hard work. How do you define...
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

Kai ·
Peace... "Promiscuous women should be praised Randy Woock There is a plethora of pejorative words used to derogatorily refer to a sexually uninhibited woman. Why are there so many negative synonyms for a woman whose sexual mores aren't in line with the Judeo-Christian ideal? Why do we only use pejorative terms to describe a woman who isn't a fervent practitioner of monogamy? Why no complimentary terms? I propose we stop reviling the sexually promiscuous woman and venerate her instead. Why?
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Re: Uncle Tom's Cabin

nayo ·
Good one. I found this really bad film version of 'Uncle Tom's cabin; and watched it through it's entirety, and we discovered that it was in fact 'sambo' who was the jerk. I'm also reading 'Slavery Defended', by McKitrick (1963) which presents many of the 'top minds' during slavery who vociferously defended African inferiority and the 'need' and good of slavery. :websource:http://www.ysursa.com/history/Reference%20pages/civil%20war/proslavery_defense.htm Topic: The Proslavery Defense > Q:...
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Re: Appreciating Black Beauty

ma'am ·
emphasis mine There were some African models in a documentary who were talking about how very excited they were when African became popular in Western shows. But it turned out that although the most outspoken is from a small tribe and unmixed, she had nothing but complaints about their searches. It turned out that the Western agencies didn't find these African women "African enough."
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Re: VOTE

Lofton (Guest) ·
Hello Everyone, As I type the political debate is being aired on KNBC, from 6-9:30 PM, Pacific Time. Very interesting session to which the question and answer session is very open, and frank. Don't care for Arnold Schwarzenegger or Bustamante. The Republican Tom McClintock appears to use common sense approach in reducing taxes, government spending, and improving the economy within California. _______________________________________________ Of Course I Can't Speak for Everyone, but I'm Voting...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
No, not beside the point. Not in itself important, certainly, but to the point in that it shows that I in fact may know what I'm talking about. "What you dismiss as 'bad linguistic analysis' is your failure to account for the historical development if Israel." Now, that IS beside the point. Linguistic analysis has nothing to do with history. It's an analysis of the use of language here an dnow. How it got to what it is is another subject. As I said before, you have a way of avoiding the...
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Re: CHRISTIANS how do you expect to get along in this world thinking like this?

shebakoby ·
Reposted from the ISSUES Forum. http://www.cnn.com/2003/US/10/16/rumsfeld.boykin.ap/index.html OK now you reaaaaaaaaaaally don't understand. It's OK if they hate us! Because they are hating us for a b.s. reason! Christ said the World would hate His followers. And that's exactly what it does. Christ tells people to rejoice when peole persecute them for believing in Him. Matt. 5 [10] Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. [11]...
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Re: 8 Mile

Destined ·
ArabianQueen, you are absolutely right about Eminem and the movie. I am an avid hip hop fan, a black woman at an elite white university and a child of the ghetto. One of my best friends is a white boy who freestyles. Do you know why Eminem is so popular? No doubt the man has talent, born and breed. But in my opinion Eminem is popular for the same reason black face was such a hoot: a white man doing a black thing. Eminem takes that exotified and commodified otherness and makes it even more...
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Re: Should Malvo Get The Death Penalty?

mocove ·
laurence tribe: it's you! may this lowlife find solace in hell. "There are two ways of exerting one's strength: one is pushing down, the other is pulling up." ~ Booker T Washington
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Re: BLACK WARRIORS, KINGS AND GODS

djonmaila ·
You are making a lot of assumptions here. I guess that's the risk I took when I made that post short. Anyway, it looks like I owe you a more detailed explanation of my position, so here we go. The explanation I gave about Africa having simpler societies was the reason that Europe was exporting African slaves to America, and not Africans exporting European slaves there. I am not suggesting that Africans were simple of mind , though many people don't understand the difference. My explanation...
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Re: Origin of the bible

henry38 ·
I NEVER said they went back to Egypt I said the 10 tribe kingdom went back to Africa AND THEY HAVE LIVED THERE TILL TODAY. If you know the Bible you would find it where says so. From how you were dragging other issues like Hammurabbi into the discussion knowing that God punished the Iraelites any time they did something remotely close to what you were suggesting I found exasperating as it was becomming painfully obvious you don't know the scriptures as you pretend to. To make matters worse...
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Re: Origin of the bible

henry38 ·
Melesi I am a bit puzzled for someone who pulled every trick to deny the fact that Israelites being in Egypt for 500+ years in Egypt NEVER made them Egyptians or Africans. What does it matter to you if they have been in Africa for 4500 years? Wouldn't it be the same thing to you all over? 500 years or 4500 years if they were NOT citizens in your eyes any length of time should make no difference, should it? Or you just want to know so that you can look for ways to rubbish it. That is what...
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Re: Origin of the bible

sunnubian ·
Blacked out Through Whitewash by S. E. Suzar The original Biblical Jews were a Black African people. The original Jews in Africa 2000 years ago were a Black African people as an ethnic group. (Massey: Egypt Light of the Word p501) Many of them still are Black, in northenrn Africa such as the Falasha Jews of Ethiopia. A New York Times editorial (3/2/84) described them as "a lost tribe that has kept it identiy for more than 2,000 years in a remote corner of Africa." Abraham, ancestor of the...
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Re: Origin of the bible

henry38 ·
sunnubian why don't you ask Melesi to confront the FACTS on the ground which is the reality of several African people in East, Central and West Africa have oral plus traditional history about them being Israelites. My own tribe people go as far as ALWAYS having known the name of God Yahweh which has recently been discovered because the name was deemed to be lost. For many years most Bible Scholars did not know what the name of God was and substituted it as Jehovah. Now it is accepted the...
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Re: Origin of the bible

Prophetessofrage ·
Hi Sun Nubian, just stopped by to post a article and boy was I surprised at how you all flushed out that white deceiver and showed it up for what it is. This is hiliarious. You all worked this white maggot till it forgot to hide it's obvious white racist deceiver nature. 'They're not black, they're not black' screeches this effeminate he/bitch which has no trace of masculinity to it's lying, deceiving, CAUGHT BIG-TIME CARCASS. Whoa! Glad I came back for a visit......a white maggot deceiver...
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Re: Origin of the bible

Prophetessofrage ·
Hi again Sun Nubian, you're welcome. Yeah, I hear ya Sun Nubian, 'someone black' would not lift up and laud whiteness. Someone white and demon possessed would as is their nature. Here is a link to a site proving white historians were damnable liars. http://www.wcg.org/wn/98May/black.html As for melesi that thing is psycho incarnate. It admits that it's spawned creator is from a 'petting zoo' and quite frankly, not only did you all well expose the ilk but the ilk is so thrown off of it's...
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Re: Origin of the bible

Prophetessofrage ·
Hi Afroman, I agree wholeheartedly with your sentiments but these guys sure used this opportunity to expose what the Bible would call the 'deceits of the devil.' Let me add, not only was this deceiver recognizably so by it's racist disposition but the reason I have no respect for their vile evil is as Sun Nubian more or less stated, 'they do not come to debate their lies and deceits rather to spout them. They are as the Bible would call them the 'seed of Satan' and their entire disposition...
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Re: UFOs, ETs, etc.

henry38 ·
The Dogon, the Nommos and Sirius B In Mali, West Africa, lives a tribe of people called the Dogon. The Dogon are believed to be of Egyptian decent and their astronomical lore goes back thousands of years to 3200 BC. According to their traditions, the star Sirius has a companion star which is invisible to the human eye. This companion star has a 50 year elliptical orbit around the visible Sirius and is extremely heavy. It also rotates on its axis. This legend might be of little interest to...
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Re: Origin of the bible

henry38 ·
Melesi the information on the fact that the Israelites returned to Africa is in Jeremiah chapter 43. There are other Bible verses that talked about their continued presence in Africa but I am not going to talk about that now. So from this account you see the Bible clearly showed people who were Africans wrote the the foundation books of the Bible. Later these people became known as the Israelites then after a short time in the promised land they came back to Africa and have lived there...
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Re: Origin of the bible

shebakoby ·
That is not where they are originally from though. They are from the Sumerian/Chaldean/Bablyonian area. It is true that Israelites did hang out in Africa. Incorrect analysis. Abraham was not an African. The Israelites had partial Egyptian in them after awhile but statistically became insignficant as to contribution. That is very interesting. Now, was there talk in your tribe's stories about the coming of a Messiah to have victory over Death and Sin? I don't know how much validity there is to...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

shebakoby ·
I do not have time or space to quote them all, there are literally thousands. But I do know a great deal of the primitive tribes of the world were surprised there were white people. They thought either they were devils or gods. The Chinese had this idea of "foreign devils" for years. The local myths around here of the Salish First Nations include a myth of how a particular TRIBE was created out of salmon! Of course if you can find me some EXCEPTIONS, the exception doesn't disprove the...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

shebakoby ·
ROFLMFAO. NOT ALL AFRICANS ARE BUSHMEN, RETARD!!!! That refers to a specific group of people that has NOTHING to do with religion! Your arrogance and ignorance far surpasses any accusation you could put on me! Your blatant disregard for the f***ING DICTIONARY DEFINITION of things is hypocritical. Calling it degrading is meaningless. That's just someone's opinion cuz they do not like the truth. Who said they didn't? Why are the Hutus and Tutsis killing each other? It's allllllllllllll wrong.
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

Nmaginate ·
Sheba? What are you talking about? I asked you to demonstrate how so-called pagan religions didn't include or take into the REST of the world in their creation stories. Then you offer this suspect opinion. One that is suspect because you cannot demonstrate how the Bible has taken ALL the people of the world into account. There are no identifiable references to the Chinese or Native Americans in the Bible that I know of. You can point them out. But I doubt it very seriously. So by you very...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

Rowe ·
Shebakoby: Shebakoby: That refers to a specific group of people that has NOTHING to do with religion! Rowe: "Pagans," "heathens," and "bushmen" are the humiliating names that are assigned to African people irregardless of their religion. And my contention is that it is not acceptable to assign any of these nomenclatures, especially "pagans," to any people, at any time for any reason simply because they do not subscribe to your religion. That is unacceptable. Secondly, the dictionary is a...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

shebakoby ·
Actually you can find their progenitors if you look for them. The Bible mentions many geneologies of the progeny of Shem, Ham, and Japeth. For instance, the Hittites appear to be a proto-Asiatic people; some have noted their resemblence to the appearance of Mongol tribes. Taking clues from place names and names of sons, grandsons, etc of Noah, you can identify the people and the region. For instance: Cush (son of Ham) = Cush = Ethiopia. Mizraim (son of Ham) = Menes = Egypt. Phut (son of Ham)...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

shebakoby ·
Shebakoby: Shebakoby: That refers to a specific group of people that has NOTHING to do with religion! Yeah you can call yourselves what you want, but words mean things. It does not tell you how to worship by calling anyone pagan, nor does it dictate traditions. By the way there's not just words of English derivation there. Many words have French, Indian, East Indian, African, American, Latin, Greek, Russian, Hebrew, Yiddish, Spanish, etc. origins. Funny thing about English is its ability to...
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Re: GODS OF AFRICA

shebakoby ·
Actually you are not correct. Not all creation stories tell that ALL humans descended from ONE man and ONE woman. This is important, as such beliefs tend to lend themselves to ingrained racism. Some tribes only say how THEIR TRIBE was created, and some will say how their tribe and surrounding tribes were created. The funny thing is, is that "their god" created them. If one different god created one tribe (Indian) and another different god created another tribe (African), does it follow that...
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Re: Real African-American Culture Is Superior to Psuedo-African Culture

Rowe ·
According to Canon Professor John Mbiti, an Anglican priest from Kenya, who has taught Theology and Religion for many years at Makerere University in Uganda, one cannot be converted to an African religion because the African religion carries with it the tribe's history, lineage, and traditions. We know that its quite common for Westerners to flip flop back and forth to different religions as if they are playing musical chairs, but according to Mbiti, in African societies, one's religion is...
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Re: Support the troops....

EbonyRose ·
AG ... I knew somebody was going to bring that up ... was just waiting for "who" it was gonna be! Of course I realize what you are saying, but that is why I specifically only mentioned gov't and the military in that specific instance. Although the ongoing racially-motivated discrimination attacks that have always plagued us (whether by police, or KKK or slaveowners on back) still continue to do so today through the police and their tactics against us, it is still a different matter than...
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Re: Support the troops....

Oshun Auset ·
Black Wallstreet/Tulsa Oklahoma anyone?...There were AIR STRIKES...How soon we forget... Ocatching, Check the links to Imperialist wars launched by the U.S. I posted it on this thread. Lamumba, Kwame Kkrumah, and countless other coups of democrastically elected leaders, particularly in Africa, are all courtesy of the CIA. Bin Laden and Sadaam were not the only people trained by the CIA to do their bidding in international locations. We can't remain ignorant of these facts. Also check...
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Re: Support the troops....

ocatchings ·
Thanks for the links OA. Maybe I'm missing something here but I never said the US was not full of crooked, backstabbing, low life SOB's. But to try to blame the military for this is a bunch of BS. I'll look at the links again b/c maybe I'm missing something. catch
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Re: RWANDA'S SECRET WAR

Vox ·
"A powerful Tutsi lobby in Washington" ?!?!? So we have the NRA, Big Tobacco, the Christian Coalition, and the Tutsi tribe. I suppose they've got the neoconservatives in the House & Senate in their back pockets... At the moment, I have my doubts as to the truthfulness of a lot of this article's contents. On another point, this war demonstrates that even African people view black life as cheap. I try to follow this situation (it's not easy), and one thing I dont't get is Kagame's apparent...
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Re: Mugabe - from hero to pariah

Oshun Auset ·
What's ironic is that this article made Mugabe look good. If the news people of JOHANNESBURG think they are going to score points with Africans by saying Mugabe has issues with whites owning AFRICAN land...they have their heads up their ars. But then again...I have a nagging feeling African people were not their target audience..."TERRY LEONARD" is not an African name... His perspective is OBVIOUS..he forgot to mention the SANCTIONS on Zimbabwe and IMF dealings that caused the country's...
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Re: Bush was determined to go to war

Kevin41 ·
Presidential Disconnect June 29, 2005 President Bush's pep talk to the nation Tuesday night was a major disappointment. He again rewrote history by lumping together the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and the need for war in Iraq, when, in fact, Saddam Hussein's Iraq had no connection to Al Qaeda. Bush spoke of "difficult and dangerous" work in Iraq that produces "images of violence and bloodshed," but he glossed over the reality of how bad the situation is. He offered no benchmarks to...
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Re: Music With A Message

AudioGuy ·
Fertile Ground... Common... Talib Kweli... Alicia Keys... Ali Shaheed Muhammad (formerly of Tribe Called Quest)
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

Michael ·
"I was right...you decided to return and showcase your stupidity once again. Kevin is right, Lofton. Give it up man, it only gets worse and you only get more ignorant from here." ....unlikely, more likely though these individuals days are numbered, numbered because they are truly incompetent, treasonous, deceitful beyond belief, and/or un-American. Either way demographic changes, and redistricting will remove this trash from elected office! ************************ Searching for Lessons in...
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Re: Hey old people ....

Vox ·
That kind of indicates on big difference between out there and over here, back then. On the east coast, the "old school" sound, I guess we should say the OLD old school style, of Grandmaster Flash, Whodini, Curtis Blow, & Afrika Bambaataa gave way to a more underground, sample heavy sound that started in 1986, typified by Rakim, BDP, & in '87 with Big Daddy Kane. It seems that West Coast rappers stayed with the "old-old school" vibe all the way up until NWA. In New York, the only...
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Re: 'As America rots from the inside out'

Oshun Auset ·
It won't kill them... ----------------------------------------------- The 100th Monkey A story about social change. By Ken Keyes Jr. The Japanese monkey, Macaca Fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years. In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkey liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes, but they found the dirt unpleasant. An 18-month-old female named Imo found she could solve the...
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Re: Real Jews?

Oshun Auset ·
Yes, the Beta Iseal(Children of Isreal) also known derogatorily as the Falashas, of which, Dr. Ben's Father was one(and he was raised as such). His mother was an Afro-Puerto Rican. The Beta Isreal speak a version of Hebrew that was previosely believed to be a dead language and they were considered a lost tribe(before Ashkenazi contact of course, the Yemenese Jews had contact with them for centuries). They also did not adhere to, or know about the Babylonian Talmud and only followed the...
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Re: "Who Rules AmeriKKKa" {Revised}

Ras ·
Yssys ~ very well put.. and I understand what you're saying, but aren't some of these things they're saying the same reason Nazi Germany used to justify the hollocaust? I just think we need to be careful when we generalize and stereotype. My college room-mate who later became my best friend is a Jew who grew up poor in Philly... There was even a point of his life where his family and him were homeless. He had a hard life, and his single mother to this day struggles with cancer with no health...
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Re: Hip Hop is NOT a culture...

Falak ·
I like rap. I just don't like what most rappers rap about. EPMD, Tribe Called Quest, Africa Bambaataa and some of WuTang used to be the ish.
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Re: Hip Hop is NOT a culture...

Oshun Auset ·
Don't forget X-clan, Brand Nubian, Public Enemy, and the Poor Righteous Teachers, to name a few more... Outside of a few new acts, that era is gone though...
 
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