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Re: Asking too much?

xxGAMBITxx ·
Please, please, please don't let them change your outlook and your goal. Following the masses does not make you "cool" or any other such garbage. It makes you on of the flock of sheep....and sheep get fleeced! Keep doing what you are doing and in the end, you'll be the one laughing not them. Oh and SistaSoulja has a point....get some new friends. Fast......
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Re: First Reaction...

Khalliqa ·
1. I need : Allah 2. Sex : is overrated.... love and sensuality are underrated... 3. Relationships : are varied and unique 4. Your Last Ex : was a mistake I do not wish to repeat... 5. Power : in the right hands is a good thing.... 6. Marijuana : is disgusting 7. Crack : kills 8. Food: fruits of the earth..... 9. The President: needs a Black face, righteous heart, and wise mind.... 10. War : what is it good for? 11. Cars : are a functional means of transportation..... 12. Gas Prices : don't...
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Re: Nationalism VS Assimilation

ZAKAR ·
January 24, 1965. Malcolm X Speaks at OAAU Rally on Afro-American History. Listen to this Speech its on Malcolm x: A Research site. I'm a Black Nationalist, in the Tradition of Malcolm, Nkrumah, Seku Ture, Patrice Lumumba, CLR James, and George Patmore and of course John Henrike Clarke Amos Wilson among others. I believe in African peoples uniting institutionally all around the world. I believe there can be no liberation for an African anywhere if the African Continent isn't free. I believe...
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Re: Appreciating Black Beauty

Fabulous ·
Originally posted by Dizzy_Daniella: No offence but are you blind? Someone just said black women go through the most so they are the most beautiful in the world? --------------------- The thing is, historically (in this country), black women HAVE gone through more than any other race of women. . .this is true by virtue of our history here. ---------------------- Did you not read that part? And someone also specifically said black women are the most beautiful in the world.
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Re: Appreciating Black Beauty

Black Viking ·
It's so refreshing to read a Sister who doesn't feel the need to give us a hard time... ALL the time.
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Re: Appreciating Black Beauty

Fabulous ·
Originally posted by Black Viking: Originally posted by Fabulous: While I am attracted to men; period--black men are oooooh soooo very very attractive, imo (both physically & mentally). . .moreso than any other race of men. Brothers have it going on...This is why so many women of all races (from what I've seen) flock to them like bees to honey. This. . .of course. . .is just my opinion. ------------- It's so refreshing to read a Sister who doesn't feel the need to give us a hard time...
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Re: Black Alpha Male - in short supply.

Kai ·
Peace.... I never get pushed around by anyone...ever. I almost never raise my voice... I am very chivalrous... I must be an Alpha Male....(Roar) Yep..and I admire alpha women....Although an alpha woman is an elusive creature... An alpha woman is very different from an alpha man...An alpha woman leads women not by might, but by demonstrating a keen power over the man...Women flock to her to learn the art of mind control. An alpha female is dangerous. A woman who imitates an alpha male is just...
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Re: Choose your oppressor

Khalliqa ·
Hmmmm.... lots of venom .... Please answer... What is the definition of Muslim? Islam? Arab? Black? And.... just for clarity.... since you see religious ministers as pimps..... do you agree with the corollation that their flock are whores? Peace, Virtue
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Re: The Wide Variations in the Black-White Higher Education Gap in America's Largest Cities

Kevin41 ·
There are three articles all together....i'll just place them in this thread.... *************************************************************************************** African Americans Continue to Flock to Graduate and Professional Schools Since 1980 black enrollments in graduate school in the United States have more than doubled. Over the past five years the number of blacks entering graduate programs has continued to climb at a time when white enrollments have declined. Similar gains in...
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Re: Black MEN versus Colored boys what's the difference?

henry38 ·
CAREFUL kevin. Birds of a feather flock together remember. Many of us have our own opinion of Prophetessofrage. Intelligent or knowledgeable feature very low on the list, I would tell you. For her to list you as someone in her opinion fits in her world of truth and knowledge is not a good thing AT ALL. If anything because of whom the commendation is coming from its an insult. Imagine being told you are inteligent by a mad person. _____________________________ Is it just talk or are you for...
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Re: As you can See from my name Brand Clothing, I am not poor

Faheem ·
Charlotte, N.C. - Ja Rule's "Clap Back" blares inside club H20, where Jolae Smith sips champagne near the dance floor. Smith, 22, takes several sips before noticing her champagne bottle has an orange label. She looks confused. The bottle, given to her by a guy in the club, clearly is not her favorite champagne, which has a white or black label. She turns to her friend. "This ain't even Moet," she says. They place their unfinished glasses on a table next to the half-full bottle and walk away.
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Re: Gallup Poll: 95% of Americans are HAPPY!!

Kevin41 ·
puleeze.....happy is a sunjective term....hell, you can give the average poor white a little chump change, a bucket to drive and some old "gone with the wind" movies and that would make em happy....hell, i'm from texas and dirt poor azz whites vote for bush because they are too stupid to see that the GOP is not for poor folks....but since the GOP paints itself as anti-black.....then they flock to the GOP....because they feel they may be poor, but they are still better than a poor n-r. So...
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Re: Introduction to Voodoo in Haiti

shebakoby ·
It can do a lot of other things too that are not so benign... I'm talking about ATHEISM, not the Common American Religous Creed of "I can worship God in the woods" type deal or rejection of "organized" religion. Although, atheism IS a 'religion.' DUDE. The problem is NOBODY can scientifically study ANY OF THAT $#**!!!!!! F***ING NOBODY!!!!! I have to go with God's word for it cuz that's all we got aside from demonic revelations. I'd rather trust God on this than a pack of hostile spirit...
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Re: Origin of the bible

Melesi ·
Why is there so much passion expended on this subject, when in a way, it doesn't really matter? Who would care if the Irish, say, said that they were the saviors of western civilization? There is an argument to that effect, and it's not a bad one, either. But not many people are paying attention to it. Why? Or how about that book that came out last year about how the Scottish invented so many things that we today take for granted and use all the time? Who looks at the Scottish with greater...
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Re: Mexican Worker Deaths Rise Sharply

DeltaJ ·
My my, someone just came to grips with why noone else wants to do these jobs that hispanics and illegals are happy to do. Kind of tells you how pitiful things must be in Mexico doesn't it. I'm sure it is a matter of perceiving 'risk' as the article says. Many of those workers RISK starving to death if they do not find work in america. Of course, Fireman die all the time too, its just inherent in certain types of labor. Its kind of hard to have perfect safety records when you are farming or...
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Re: Support the troops....

Rowe ·
I agree with you and MBM on this issue completely. However, I also think that if our black youth, particularly the males, had families with fathers who instilled the kind of structure and discipline that every boy craves in his youth, many of them wouldn't flock to the military in the first place. They wouldn't turn to the military organization to fill this void. The U.S. government is ultimately benefiting from the chaos and the lack of structure in our communities. Therefore, can we blame...
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Re: MY Way or Hell!

IMMORTAL LOGIC ·
Alright, let me see if I can put this in a context that's a bit more understandable. Up until very recently (200-300 yrs.) shepherds tended to there flocks in a different fashion. sheepdogs didn't frighten the sheep into co-operation like today,(trust me this IS going somewhere). Instead, shepherds called to there flock, or sung a song, hummed whatever, just as long as they vocalized. And this is still practiced in remote parts of the world. Because sheep will only follow the voice of there...
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Re: HOUSENIGGER WATCH LIST:

Ignorance Personified? ·
not so fast, he makes a few (albeit one-sided) points: --JESUS WAS JEWISH, WE NEED TO GIVE THIS UP. read the bible, Jesus was born in Bethelehem, and was Nazarene. He came from the line of David, the former King of Judah and Israel. You are no different than white supremacists...who...have...claimed Jesus...oh wait. You are different. You've never used the Bible to justify slavery (*cough* curse of ham *cough* slavery *cough*). But you're not much better. I know the Bible says Jesus' hair...
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Re: Cosby Emphasizes Importance of Parenting

Nmaginate ·
I'm aware of that. Part of the way through, I turned to address something to ROWE. It just so happen that you both echo the same sad, silly "stop picking on him" sentiment along with the concept that he was "telling the (whole) truth" praising Smoke & Mirrors as if there's some real magic to it. Preach On Preacher! lol Please... Review Making A Logical Argument 101. The claims about Cosby from his supporters here with respect to him speaking the "truth" have tried to say that Cosby's...
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Re: Smiley's Think Tank

EbonyRose ·
I catch Tavis' show every night here at 12:30 a.m. I think a lot of white folks flock to his show with the intent to get a one-up with the Black community. It gives them a form of exposure they wouldn't otherwise have. And he always asks each and every one of them a "Black oriented" question! Most are ready for it ... some aren't so lucky, though! And I like Tom, too. However, I can't listen to his show, as Jay Anthony Brown turns my stomach. But their committment and dedication to our...
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Re: A possible solution 2 our illegal immigrant problem..

Frenchy ·
It is controlled... ask any Haitian attempting to enter the country through Florida. Those folks are spun around immediately , Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200. I don't understand why they can't be met at the borders with a warm welcome, citizenship papers and tax forms. They are going to come anyway. You can't swing a dead cat in most major cities without hitting an illegal immigrant. Every community has had to "absorb" them at one point or another. For every immigrant running across the...
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Re: A possible solution 2 our illegal immigrant problem..

Kevin41 ·
Frenchy, If I were in your parents predicament..I (and the rest) would have done the same thing they did......try to obtain better conditions for ourselves and offspring.....that type of migration probably has to be innate to human nature as a survival mechanism alone......like treking through the desert looking for a oasis....I just hope we as a people find a way to become more competitive across the board at all socioeconomic levels......where immigration(legal or illegal) does not have to...
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Re: THE DISAPPEARING (BLACK) MAN

MBM ·
Black Men: Missing By Salim Muwakkil June 16, 2005 The overwhelming absence of Black men has always been one of the most distressing facts about life in America's public housing developments. In Chicago, for example, black women are the vast majority of lease holders in the Chicago Housing Authority; men are like ghosts in the projects. Besieged by poverty, disease, violence and mass incarceration, African-American men are conspicuously missing in action. At one time, this gender imbalance...
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Re: Can They Take Us To The Promised Land?

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
Faheem: Had you been paying attention you would have noted that I have been constantly saying that FIRST: You define some common goals for the collective to aspire to. These might be a certain standard of living/quality of life, a certain standard for education for our children, a certain standard for health and well being, etc From this reference point you then develop METHODOLOGIES on how you will achieve these items above. The EFFECTIVENESS comes in as the methodologies are EVALUATED over...
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Re: Caribbean/African Voodoo

Oshun Auset ·
Here is my very uninformed ass-umptions about Helen... An African born in Amerikka who doesn't realize that all African folks are oppressed and exploited worldwide reguardless of birthplace/residence. She isn't too bright(as demonstrated by her posts), so she blames 'Voodoo' for getting sprung on some slick Haitian dude who married and dumped her to get his papers. She is insulting her ancestors by demonizing their beliefs/culture/spiritual systems(therfore she is insulting herself) and...
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Re: Why do women love "knuckleheads"?

Huey ·
Firefly, you and the rest of the AA.org know I'm telling the truth. Kelly is a "stealth" hottie, whereas Beyonce is a "IN YOUR FACE" uber-hottie. She's hot. She knows she's hot, and if you forget she's hot, she will REMIND you how hot she is. When Beyonce is in the room, sometimes you forget that Kelly (or Michelle) is also in the room. Get it? It's like if Salma Hayek (OMG) is in the room, you kinda forget about Eva Mendes, Camille Guaty or Zoe Saldana in also in the room. If you get rid of...
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Re: Why do women love "knuckleheads"?

qty226 ·
Youre too funny lol But you have just proven my point........ ALL of the guys chase the "IN YOUR FACE" hottie, while ignoring the "stealth" hottie. There is nothing wrong with this, these men should continue to chase who they 'like'. But.......dont complain or try to run after the "stealth" hottie, when the well runs dry.
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Re: Which is the greater political oxymoron?

Empty Purnata ·
FUCKING DUMBASS BIOTCH!! That is one definition of 'socialism' (ie. the State Socialist definition). However, socialism is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary as "a system in which producers [and consumers] control both the means of production and possess political power." Under those guidelines, Cuba is mostly socialistic in name. In fact, many political scientists and economists have a word for that nowadays, "Coordinatorism". A system in which a coordinator class (bureaucrats,...
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Re: Is the NBA dress code racist?

Nmaginate ·
Actually, it's exactly the opposite. As you so yourself, many a fan and commentator about this situation will look at the prevailing norms in the "real world", etc. A lot of people's sentiments are, "Hey. If I have to wear certain types of clothes to my job and look "presentable" then they should to." But the problem is, very few people stop and think what their job is and what's necessary to uphold or present the image that should be projected. MLB basically called the NBA's deal bullshit.
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Re: Roaches. Help!

Frenchy ·
Count your blessings... you could've had mice. Nothing more unnerving than tiny creatures roaming around your personal space. I stayed awake for 2 days straight, curled in one "safe" corner, with all the lights on over a bastard mouse. It was enough to make me wish I lived in a hermetically-sealed concrete box with some kind of breathing apparatus linking me to the outside world. The quickest way to get rid of them is to sit on your bed with a bottle of scotch and a pistol and get all Clint...
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Re: Do You Tithe?

Oshun Auset ·
Hell no!(Of course) At a Million or More Movement Local Organizing Committee meeting I attended it was divulged that 34 million dollars was deposited by the Dallas Churches alone in Dallas area banks EVERY Monday. I shutter to think what the numbers are in total nation wide. ALL that money sure doesn't show up in the Dallas communitee. It's a damn shame. BTW the Black preachers were all called together by Bush's lap dog, T.D. Fakes to stop their flock from attending the meeting. It largely...
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Re: Do You Tithe?

Vox ·
Yes, I think it's an important distinction, for an important reason. One one hand, say there there are 20 references to tithes, and not one of them = payment of 10% of your money, but those that specify an item specify animals and crops. Then, say there are 30 references to giving money to the church to please God, but not a single one of these references refers to it as paying tithes. This means to me that the commandment announced in Leviticus requiring one-tenth payment doesn't mean...
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Re: A Lesson to Learn

Nmaginate ·
No. I just can't stand PUSSIES and PUNKS! Call it a character flaw... SHUT.... THE... FUCK... UP!! "Effective Leadership Toward Change..." OF WHAT??? As MBM demonstrated with his question to you about how much your ideology has transformed your life... most of us are as "successful" (and some much more so) as you are. SO WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT??? ENGLISH!!!! "Leadership"?? "Leadership"??? Leadership between you and me has never been the topic. You may fancy yourself as a...
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Re: What's the one question...

FireFly ·
hey MBM... well, for a start, I celebrate Appreciation Day, not Christmas Day. At the beach of course, with good friends and good food. Appreicating both! Although a snowy xmas looks good in the movies... who wants to be cold and shivering LOL? Not me! Only the old 'stalwarts' do the chrissy pudding, hot dinner & turkey thang. It's more like a NIGHTMARE at the Fish Markets as a gazillion people line up and JOSTLE to buy prawns, lobster, oysters etc. Yep, Christmas dinner is cold seafood,...
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Re: John Conyers: U.S. Owes Slavery Reparations

xxGAMBITxx ·
Republicans are quick to say "We're the party of Lincoln", as if blacks should flock to them on this point alone, then decry reparations. Funny, it was the "party of Lincoln" that introduced the idea of reparations. Of course we all know that todays republicans were yesterdays democrats (dixiecrats) and vice versa.
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Re: Boycott Davinci!:Catholics Shake In Their Boots At The Thought of People Doubting The Sanctity of Christ

Oshun Auset ·
IMO... The church isn't really worried about the Davinci code giving the impression that Jesus was married. It is promoting this boycott more to prevent people from thinking and possibly investigating about how the church HAS repressed the devine feminine, and that todo so does not go in line with the true teachings of Jesus. They don't want their flock to start reading the Gnostic texts or anything else not approved and edited by them. They are afraid of exposing their extreme...
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Re: In 10 words or less ...

Falak ·
10 wds is too short. I hope you will accept my answer anyway. Some silly women gravitate to perceived thugs because most men they see are b*tches. They whine, complain and exhibit no self worth let alone any true understanding of women, just their own inaccurate immature observations. These silly women are desperate and will take any semblance of a man. But the "thugs" they usually go for are not criminals. Real thugs wouldn't be attracted to or attractive to the women that most of the men...
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Re: In 10 words or less ...

Oshun Auset ·
And unfortunately these same characteristics are shared by many of their fathers which socializes these little girls into further thinking this is acceptable and attractive... I'm glad my father was a buisinessman...
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Re: In 10 words or less ...

EbonyRose ·
Re: In 10 words or less ...
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Re: Who is Black????

Michael Lofton ·
Hello Ms. La Femme Nkechi and everyone else, "An example: I was interacially married for 13 years. My ex husband is Thai (Thailand, not Taiwan). My last name was a long azz obviously Asian last name. When I was job hunting, I'd talk to them over the phone first and they were excited to meet me. They loved me, that is, until they met me and found out I was a black woman. I got this from white and asian perspective (men) employers. They did not do anything outright right there. But even though...
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Re: Condi Rice Speaks Out!!

Michael Lofton ·
Hello Mr. Bankins, Mr. JuneBug, Mr. IndependentMan, It is very clear that the three of you, and a multitude of others across Black America, who have witnessed first hand the sleaze of these no good jack leg poverty pimping psuedo civil rights organizations, have a crystal clear understanding as to what is referenced here, so this is my last post on the subject. "Why is the NAACP expected to solve ALL evils which befalls blacks?" by negrospiritual I must change the above misconception, to one...
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Re: Condi Rice Speaks Out!!

Lofton (Guest) ·
"I'm so glad that our ancestors didn't have the "I got it pretty good so slavery ain't so bad" syndrome. Otherwise those few slaves who were treated pretty well wouldn't have cared if the masses ever were freed." by negrospiritual ....As reality would have it Reverend Jesse Jackson and family are treating each other pretty well to the tune of "Mega Buck" theft at the expense of the benevolence of Black people and/or others. Caring about the masses of Black America is as far removed from any...
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Re: THE JOURNAL OF BLACKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION-Weekly Bulletin-May 8, 2003

Faheem ·
You are kidding right keylargo? Move away from HBCU's, One of the few places where Black men and women can learn their history and be prepared to face the racism that exist in America. I think we should flock to the HBCU's, this include our athletes as well. These Colleges are Historically Black colleges, but are far from being all Black, however they should not be abandoned. ------------------------- By all standards, some creatures are just plain strange, making us do double takes because...
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Re: Irreconcilable Religious Differences?

Melesi ·
Rowe, No, that is not the only time that a religion becomes "divisive." Jesus was divisive, and he loved everybody. He did no one any harm, he did only good, yet there were those who hated him anyway and killed him as a troublemaker. Fears will do that. Christ does make absolutist claims. I don't know of a religion that doesn't. Christtians don't really isolate themselves. They do want to flock together, but then doesn't everybody? WE humans like to be with those who understand us and...
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Re: Irreconcilable Religious Differences?

Rowe ·
Melesi: No, that is not the only time that a religion becomes "divisive." Jesus was divisive, and he loved everybody. He did no one any harm, he did only good, yet there were those who hated him anyway and killed him as a troublemaker. Fears will do that. Rowe: First of all Melesi, I know better than to listen to information provided by an individual who actually believes that a bunch of invading and plundering Arabs had something to do with the creation of the high-cultures in North Africa...
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Re: Bishop T.D. Jakes

soul_doctor73 ·
Good questions MBM. I shall attempt to answer them as clearly as possible. The point here is not the wealth specifically, but Jakes' use of it. Or lack thereof, as is the case here. No matter how you pack it, no matter how you paint it, now matter how pretty it looks; the fact remains that personal wealth in extravagant amounts is frivolous. There is no personal need for satin sheets and weekly hairdos. There is no personal need for summer wardrobes and a new car every other year. There is...
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Re: La. black church will pay whites to attend

jazzdog ·
So now along with the building fund they now have a attendance fund too. The only thing that should matter about people coming to this church is their desire to get closer to God, the color of the flock shouldn't matter and you certainly shouldn't pay for them to be there.
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Re: Irreconcilable Religious Differences?

Rowe ·
Reply to Melesi: Melesi: The Romans persecuted Christians simply because it was so different they sometimes thought it a danger to the cohesiveness of the Empire. Rowe: What you are not accepting Melesi is that every cultural group has a spiritual identity, a belief system, a set of world-views, a spiritual existence that is ultimately responsible for directing and organizing the people that create it and follow it. Beliefs, customs, traditions, ideologies, moral and ethical standards of...
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Re: Irreconcilable Religious Differences?

shebakoby ·
Well while it is certainly a "Reality" that different cultures usually have different religions (exceptions abound; for instance other-country conversions to Islam, Buddhism, Christianity or Judaism), I'd like to point out that while a person may grow UP in a culture and a certain religion, THAT PERSON IS BY NO MEANS BOUND TO IT FOR ETERNITY IF THEY CHOOSE ANOTHER PATH. An East Indian need not be a Hindu or Sikh; A white person need not be atheist humanist or Christian; a person from an...
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Re: Can There Be A Black Conservative Agenda?

Kevin41 ·
And to think that AudioGuy actually had to state the obvious......the real damn obvious.....even if one has a basic level of understanding policy and outcomes, how can they(black cons) try to legitimize people who stand opposed to majority black thought on EVERY issue? The whole culture of the right-wing consists of southern white guys with an antebellum mindset.....why is that not obvious to some black people who flock to support them?
 
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