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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

RadioRaheem ·
I was once a janitor but am neither hump backed nor buck toothed, I don't know too many brothas that date anyone looking remotely like Halle Berry (much less Beyonce), and I don't have a problem with 200 lb chicks...Now the 300 lb chicks is another subject.... Are ya'll sure that the outbreak of brothas dating Beyonce look-alikes isn't a figment of your collective imagination? What a man lusts after and claims he wants is not necessarily what he dates or actually desires. Let's not argue...
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Re: The Infamous Letter of Willie Lynch

Prophetessofrage ·
Okay, it's a new year and i'm going to put a stop to this madness before it gets anymore out of hand. Djon or mania or whaterver your name is, I scrolled past much of what you said, as it isn't worth it. Let me say this, I don't seek to engage in talk to people who belong in a rubber room and if I did I would belong in a rubber room. That's why I'm going to put a stop to your comments before you show yourself as sick as Melesi. First of all, I have never nor will ever engage in a debate with...
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Re: NAACP's Annual Leadership Summit Seeking to Recruit, Expand Cadre of Activists

EbonyRose ·
Maybe YOU need to listen to a speech given by the CEO OF THE NAACP - Julian Bond. While YOU might be pacified to believe that the NAACP is not about politics nor the Democratic Party ........HE SURE DOESN'T THINK THIS WAY. THE FACT REMAINS - MY FRIEND "when you are an expert hammerer - everything looks like a NAIL". If you consider the major issues that confront a BLACK MOTHER in an ALL BLACK NEIGHBORHOOD......FEAR OF SOMEONE VIOLATING HER CIVIL RIGHTS is far down on her list. She is worried...
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Re: and now a word from the esteemed Diamond and Silk....4 January 2017...no need to thank me

RadioRaheem ·
OH NO!! Say it aint so!! Fox News Cuts Ties With Diamond & Silk, Unofficial Trump ‘Advisers’ Who Spread Bonkers Coronavirus Claims The MAGA superstars lost their Fox gig after pushing absolutely wild conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic. Lachlan Cartwright Senior Reporter Justin Baragona Contributing Editor Updated Apr. 27, 2020 7:42PM ET / Published Apr. 27, 2020 4:53PM ET EXCLUSIVE Al Drago Fox News has cut ties with MAGA vlogging superstars Diamond & Silk, who had...
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Re: Saddam's Pathological Sons are Dead, Saddam's time is short.

sergeant ·
According to some Bible code theorists Saddam makes a big comeback in 2005 or 2006, a comback preceeded by a small pox outbreak and the firing of a nuclear weapon. I dont put too much stock in these predictions since I believe Saddam will be found soon. Then again a Bible Code reader did predict the assassination of that Israeli PM in 1995/6 months before it happened.
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Re: More Blacks Going to Prison in 17 Key Election States

MBM ·
History AFRICAN AMERICANS IN HAWAI`I by Kathryn Waddell Takara, Ph.D. The earliest settlers of African ancestry arrived in Hawaii well before the missionaries' 1821 arrival. Until Hawai'i became a territory in 1898, many of these black immigrants were active in the community as advisors, entrepreneurs and musicians. One man, called Black Jack or Mr. Keaka'ele'ele was already living on O'ahu when Kamehameha conquered the island in 1796. It is said he helped to build a store house for Queen...
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Re: NO MORE BEEF!!! Don't trust USDA about MAD COW disease

Netris Zuri-Moja ·
This link will tell you EXACTLY what this disease is composed of, and WHY there isn't any cure. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THE ENTIRE STORY, for it provided me additional info about this illness I wouldn't learned through the lame-mainstream media. When embalmers have issues about sterilization of the deceased CWD/CJD/BSE, you know that this disease is more widespread than our government is letting on. What is exactly CJD/CWD/BSE??
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Re: Air Jordans, Marketing and Lost Minds

Kocolicious ·
ESPN: Michael Jordan Behind Violent Shoe Frenzy Date: Wednesday, January 04, 2012, 11:05 am By: EURweb.com 42 ESPN writer Jemele Hill says that the promotion of greed and insanity over footwear is to blame. (Photo: AP) Michael Jordan and Nike are being blamed for a rash outbreak of violence over a new pair of shoes. ESPN writer Jemele Hill writes in a recent column that both Jordan and the sports shoe juggernaut need to take responsibility for their promotion of greed and blanket insanity...
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Re: Mark Duggan Shooting --- London Riot

OhBlackButterfly ·
Doubts emerge over Duggan shooting as London burns Initial ballistics tests suggest bullet lodged in officer's radio during incident in Tottenham was police issue The Carpetright shop on Tottenham High Road, north London, in the early hours of of Sunday morning. The 1930s building was gutted by the blaze. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Doubts have emerged over whether Mark Duggan , whose death at the hands of police sparked the weekend's Tottenham riots, was killed during an exchange of fire .
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Re: Mark Duggan Shooting --- London Riot

OhBlackButterfly ·
Police apologise to Mark Duggan's family for failing to keep them informed Met and IPCC in row over where responsibility lies after family express anger at lack of information Deputy assistant commissioner Stephen Kavanagh said the Met could have managed the Duggan family’s needs better. Photograph: Arj Singh/PA A row has broken out between police and the body charged with investigating them over who let down the family of Mark Duggan by failing to keep them informed of what had happened to...
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Re: Mad cow disease discovered in California animal, but food supply declared safe

sunnubian ·
America's Mad Cow Crisis by John Stauber — April 27, 2012 - 10:31am Topics: Mad Cow Disease Projects: Food Rights Network 23 Share <script type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"></script> Americans might remember that when the first mad cow was confirmed in the United States in December, 2003, it was major news. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug...
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Re: Another Day At The Pool Turns Violent For A Black Family After Police Are Called

Cholly ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Originally Posted by Momentum: Monopolies allows max profits and power to a tiny super filthy rich elite. Necessities and high demand products and services have been monopolized by a tiny elite. For example meat is controlled and profited by only a handful of companies and built a system that leave farmers with slim profits while the lion's share of profits are going to a tiny few. 95-99% of new profits goes to smaller than 1%, this is done through a system of...
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Re: The $5M Cover-up? Video of Laquan McDonald, Executed By Chicago Police, Raises Questions About the Propagation of Black Death

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: http://www.theguardian.com/us-...icago-video-released Website crashed...link here when ready... http://abcnews.go.com/US/dash-...ce/story?id=35401723 Chicago officials release video showing police killing of Laquan McDonald Dashcam footage of 2014 killing released on judge’s order City prepared for backlash to video showing teenager being shot 16 times <button class="vjs-big-play-button" tabindex="0" type="button"> Play Video </button> <button...
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Re: Why do rappers ask harder questions to the politicans than Black Media/talking heads??

RadioRaheem ·
This is WHAT I like to see....an intelligent speaking rapper. Very articulate and well spoken. Get to the point with hearing the words "da" "whatcha" etc.... And brings to point what I said early that Hilliary has to embrace the music community in an effort to surge over Trump. It is getting edging with white trailer parks inciting that it will be violence if Trump doesn't win. But I almost certain that America's military force is reading from any outbreak of socalled revolutionary violence.
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Re: UN Refuses to Compensate Cholera Victims in Haiti

sunnubian ·
It's hard for me to believe that the Cholera outbreak was merely coincidence in the first place; do you know how much money "charities" and government agencies can milk out of their governments and donors for such a crisis? And ER's statement is mostly correct, however, the only reason that it matters or that it can even touch Black people, is because it is Black people that refuse to accept or even acknowledge that fact and because it is Black people that refuse to unite and work toward...
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Re: Disappearing Jarawa Tribe :(

EarthAndSky ·
Time ticking for India's Jarawa tribe The Jarawa tribe in India's Andaman islands face extinction as poaching and tourism threaten their survival. Deborshi Chaki Last updated: 04 Jan 2014 12:36 Many of the Jarawas who could only speak their native tongue are now fluent in Hindi [Picture courtesy: Survival International] Port Blair - At 120km north of capital Port Blair in India’s archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar, Baratang is an important point of transit for travellers looking to cross...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
After 3 White Americans Get Treated with Ebola Drug, Officials Haven’t Given It to Duncan in Dallas October 6, 2014 | Posted by Nick Chiles Tagged With: aide worker Nancy Writebol , dr. kent brantly , Dr. Rick Sacra , national institutes of health , texas health presbyterian hospital , Thomas Eric Duncan 5592 With Dallas on high alert for signs of whether the Ebola virus might be spreading beyond Thomas Eric Duncan , an inescapable question has emerged: Why hasn’t Duncan, a Liberian man,...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Like I said before, if the Slaves didn't get Ebola after laying in every body fluid known to man for 3 to 6 months or more, I'll put the worrying on hold for awhile. That disease affecting children that paralyzes them is a concern right now for me, because I'm surrounded by babies here and there. If humanity would take a damn chill pill for awhile, we wouldn't have to worry about all this shit. God's trying to send everyone a message; no one's hearing a damn thing. White folks, you won't be...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Dallas Ebola Patient Receives Experimental Drug The Huffington Post | By Anna Almendrala Posted: 10/06/2014 2:55 pm EDT Updated: 10/06/2014 4:59 pm EDT Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, is now receiving an experimental drug called brincidofovir, according to a statement from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Duncan had begun to receive the treatment Saturday afternoon and is currently in critical condition. Brincidofovir, which is...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Some Ebola experts worry virus may spread more easily than assumed CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images World Health Organization instructors watch as health workers in protective suits take part in a training session in Monrovia, Liberia. CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images Matua Fallah waits to receive a ration of rice at a makeshift distribution center in Dolo Town, Liberia, in August. CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images Relatives of a local government...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Lord, when you catch this shit in Africa, you're treated like some kind of wild animal. Everyone's scared shitless to go near you. It's beyond horrific. I saw a naked man just lying in a truck, naked from the waist down because of uncontrollable diarrhea; no body cared; he fell off, it was worse than watching a four-legged animal with a disease. Black folks, in Africa, catch something really bad, you're on your own; die, covered up, thrown into a grave. No family; nothing. If there's...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
It would be the same way here or anywhere else because of how infectious the disease is, especially if we had no more hospitals, clinics, doctors and nurses than Liberia. However, I believe that most of these people are dying and not surviving mainly because they are not getting intravenous nutrients and hydration until they recover from a disease where the nature of the disease causes extreme diarrhea, which causes dehydration and an inability to keep food and drink down. But, I still say...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
They need some clean water, sanitary facilities, soap, toilets, housing. Every time Africans are shown, they're damn poorer than church mice. Someone must have some money over there. Hit those god damn leaders up. They're not suffering from Ebola, walking around there looking like Black White men. Correction: ...walking around there TRYING to look like........ (failing miserably.)
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Off topic altogether: Those hands on those canes look like pigs' feet. That's why I stopped eating them. The 2nd white meat!!!!! Ugh!!!!!! Just a rant.
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan dies at Dallas hospital Family: “I trust a thorough examination will take place regarding all aspects of his care” <cite class="byline vcard top-line" id="yui_3_16_0_1_1412802044510_1578">By Jason Sickles, Yahoo 5 hours ago </cite> Yahoo News DALLAS — The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died early Wednesday, officials with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital announced. Thomas Eric Duncan, 42, died at 7:51 a.m., the...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola panic is getting pretty racist The real culprit in Ebola's spread has been cuts to public health budgets By Arielle Duhaime-Ross on October 8, 2014 10:49 am Email @ArielleDRoss 221 DON'T MISS STORIES FOLLOW THE VERGE Like Follow Subscribe The first time a reporter asked a CDC representative whether Thomas Duncan — the first patient to receive an Ebola diagnosis in the US — was an American citizen, the question seemed pretty tame. One could excuse it as a general inquiry about the...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
[Ebola Economics] CBS/AP October 8, 2014, 8:46 AM World Bank issues dire warning about Ebola's economic impact Grave diggers prepare for new Ebola victims outside an Ebola treatment center on October 7, 2014, near Gbarnga, in Bong County in central Liberia. JOHN MOORE/GETTY IMAGES 35 Comments 282 Shares 281 Tweets Stumble Email More + WASHINGTON - The economic impact of the Ebola epidemic could reach $32.6 billion by the end of next year if the disease ravaging Guinea, Liberia and Sierra...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola Patient Thomas Duncan Dies in Texas, Never Received ‘Miracle’ Drug
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Mr. Duncan lacked the complexion for the protection. Africa's not about the people, it's about Diamonds, Oil, Uranium, money, money, money!!!!!!
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Taking health care for granted for centuries in America and caring more about politics the social construct of racism and making money more than caring for it's citizens is why the US has this dire Ebola situation now on its hands. It didn't matter which hospital in the United States Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was in because the same safety and protocol procedures (if they had or enforced them) would be violated that has this nurse potentially exposed. To America "Ebola is Africa's...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
I doubt that any hospital, medical staff, doctors, nurses or anyone else can even prepare for Ebola; how can anyone prepare and/or be protected against something that is extremely likely AIRBOURNE, even though America is not willing to say at this point. Yeah, as the American majority continues to allow America's politicians, fringe groups and oligarchs to work them up into racism, classism and any manor of non-productive frenzy, politicians have colluded with big business and special...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
You know what? Between these deadly diseases, these horrendous storms, we've never seen the likes of before, everyone's going to forget their hates and dislikes. God's going to show you his Disco, the likes of which are going to send all of humanity to their graves. He's going to ask: "Who do you hate now??" We're all going to be equality in skeletons and everyone's going to be in a permanent state of STFU. At Last!!!!!!
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
I do think it is passed by touch, through moisture on the skin. I do think if an infected person coughs or sneezes others can catch it. The fact it is a virus makes it very contagious because viruses are so small a mist of water can be packed with Ebola. The first rule of Ebola is to NEVER EVER touch a person infected with Ebola, that is the primary way to get infected. I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they wash the deceased and kiss the dead. People certainly do that here as well. I don't understand why no one is telling people in Liberia that they really, really need to cremate anyone who has died from Ebola . Right now, they are merely burying these infected bodies, where the virus is merely going to linger in the ground until some heavy...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Originally Posted by Momentum: I read some time ago about ten people got infected with it because they handled a dead body, in that part of the world they wash the deceased and kiss the dead. People certainly do that here as well. I don't understand why no one is telling people in Liberia that they really, really need to cremate anyone who has died from Ebola . Right now, they are merely burying these infected bodies, where the virus is merely going to linger...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Originally Posted by sunnubian: Originally Posted by Momentum: We are so lucky the common cold is not deadly, millions of people catch it some people get it 2 to 3 times a year. Ebola is not airborne in the sense of flus or colds are and we are so lucky because Ebola has a 90% kill rate. If Ebola spread anything like the flu or cold viruses it would be 100's of thousand or more dead. I just remember the last time there was an Ebola 'epidemic' in Africa, they...
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Soon to be Ebola-free, Nigeria and Senegal show merits of early response http://america.aljazeera.com/a...a-senegal-ebola.html
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
If everything black in the whole wide world could be killed immediately, thy willed be done. Ebola today, could be anything tomorrow. Die Negroes, die!!!!!!
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
When you don't know for certain you err on the side of caution. Proof may get you killed. I don't understand why they brought any ebola victims to the US. Was that supposed to be macho? They should be sending volunteers to Africa to try and stop it. The more people who get infected the higher the probability that random mutation could cause it to evolve into an even deadlier form. It may be a low probability but what is the point of taking the risk? It had to evolve into existence after all. Xum
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
This is one of the hilariously stupid things about this issue. Some people are trying to teach EVOLUTION in this country. That means that life forms mutate. Obviously this includes germs and viruses that cause diseases. Why would you want to bring a virus into one's country and accept the small risk that it might evolve into something worse? STOP IT AT THE SOURCE!!! Xum
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
In the manner "whites" hate/despise Africans, it's a wonder they can stand to touch the Diamonds, Uranium or anything that COMES out of Africa. ANYTHING!!!!!!
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: This really depicts a very good frame of reference of outbreaks of Ebola in comparison to the whole of Africa.
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
How's that paralysis disease that's affecting America's children progressing or digressing. No word on that lately. More children died from that than people in America from Ebola.
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Re: Ebola Outbreak: The Latest U.S. Govt Lies. The Risk Of Airborne Contagion?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: How's that paralysis disease that's affecting America's children progressing or digressing. No word on that lately. More children died from that than people in America from Ebola. It's really eery that the "medical community" doesn't know what it is or what is causing it, let alone what to do about it.
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Re: Ebola, Cholera and the Epidemiology of Anti-Blackness – Or, Black Lives Don’t Matter

sunnubian ·
It's more than shameful when one has to depend for their existence on a people who wish you didn't exist. As long as Africans have to depend on Whites for anything, we all might as well just dig our damn graves. We're incapable of hating them in the manner they hate us and it's been to our detriment as long as we've been aware of each other. Hatred solves nothing, but we're the ones that suffer the royal ass kickin' from them all the time; then we have to turn around and suffer royal ass...
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Re: Ebola, Cholera and the Epidemiology of Anti-Blackness – Or, Black Lives Don’t Matter

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: "It's more than shameful when one has to depend for their existence on a people who wish you didn't exist." This is definitely the predicament I see Africa and the entire Black race in. "As long as Africans have to depend on Whites for anything, we all might as well just dig our damn graves." And the vast majority of Black people globally, whether African Americans, Africans or anywhere throughout the diaspora, just do not get it, just do not get the fact that...
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Re: Ebola, Cholera and the Epidemiology of Anti-Blackness – Or, Black Lives Don’t Matter

sunnubian ·
ISIS decapitated 3 women in Syria. What in the hell is the matter with these men?? What is the matter with men, period?? Is it the food, the water, the medicine, the socialization? Human beings are no longer human. There's no name for the beings that are roaming the planet now. NONE. When you see one walking your way, RUN, if possible, FLY!!!!!! Otherwise, you're going to DIE!!!!!!
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Re: Ebola, Cholera and the Epidemiology of Anti-Blackness – Or, Black Lives Don’t Matter

sunnubian ·
I sure hope this International Coalition is going to be able to eradicate every last one of those psychos off the planet of the earth, along with "Boko Haram" and any other extremists terrorists of their ilk.
 
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