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Re: The Arrogance of Men and The Naivety of Women

RadioRaheem ·
i'll try to let it burn, but I must admit I love to battle the haters here too Happy New Year!!!
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Re: "If the KKK opposes gay marriage, I would ride with them."

Black Viking ·
AMEN! What I would really like is for conservatives to explain is what exactly gays are taking from me if they get married. I have a position on many contravertial issues, but they all have one thing in common. They directly, or at least indirectly, affect me. If this minister is willing to sell his soul to the Klan just to suppress someone that has nothing to do with him, I say why wait for thier approval? Grab a sheet, burn a cross, and get on with it!
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Kevin41 ·
Thats okay CF...there are many who teach me things on this board, but being that I am fairly academically astute my damn self..I have to separate bullschit from actual learning material...but there is a definite core of educated people on this board who possess progressive thought. I have learned many things in areas of finance, technology, theology, medicine and other areas of academic endeavor. There is a big difference between what those people tell me and those who come in here daily to...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Michael ·
"You can take your small cracks at what I think about my abilities and all that ....but for years and years, you haven't been around to watch me burn the midnight oil.... so fuck you ....because I have told you stories of people that I knew were semi-illiterate that became scientists and engineers......people probably say that bullschit to them....but none of them were around to watch those individuals, struggle and put forth efforts towards their self-improvement that most others in their...
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Re: Should God?

kresge ·
This is from an old post of mine in another thread with a few additions. ************************************************* As to the nature of God in the OT, check this out. Genesis 6:6 6 And the LORD was sorry that he had made humankind on the earth, and it grieved him to his heart. 7So the LORD said, ˜I will blot out from the earth the human beings I have created"”people together with animals and creeping things and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them. Exodus 4:24-26 At...
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Re: Another Danish? Noah's "I wonder what?"

UppityNegress ·
In this day in age, yes I do think American Christians would be more "civil" about it, and considering how secular western Europe has become I'd question whether it would even make a dent outside of religious circles. Will they [Christians, esp. white] raise a fuss? Of course. Will they be super pissed? That goes without saying. Protest? Sure. Threats to actually kill other people, burn down the newspaper facility, and encourage others into suicide missions? You'll be hard pressed to find...
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Re: Another Danish? Noah's "I wonder what?"

Nmaginate ·
When was the last time White Christians collectively lived in comparable conditions? Under Occupation? Apparently not. There is not the same restrictions on human images in Christianity as there is in Islam, but know Christians who where angry enough with the movie The Last Tempation of Christ to call in bomb threats to theaters. And what about those good [White] Christians and their violent passions over abortions ? Now, that might not be over the not-so sacred Christian symbols and images...
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Re: Another Danish? Noah's "I wonder what?"

UppityNegress ·
I suppose that argument would have some merit in Palestine, but that situation isn't comparable to what is happening in northern Europe. Muslims in Scandinavia especially are far from ocupied--hell, they willingly migrated there to escape the poverty and extremism of their own countries! Having lived in the area for a brief period, I can say that while there is racism (or perhaps more accurately, culturism) in places like Denmark and Sweden, the Muslims there are segregated from mainstream...
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Re: Life After Limbo

HonestBrother ·
It's really funny. When Benjamin Franklin invented the lightning rod, there were those who believed that the invention was thwarting the will of God. The practice had been that if lightning struck a home to just let it burn down because it was believed that the fire was the judgement of God. Superstition sure is funny ain't it?
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Re: The Best Environment for the Development of Our Potential....

ZAKAR ·
when i said africans in america, i was being specfic to those of us in the united state, the diaspora also includes the US , i should have said the rest of the diaspora.I dont believe we are ethnically different, we just dont know who we are.like malcom said, "a cat can have kittens in a oven, it doesnt make the m biscuits" I just think we have so much more in common that differences. I think, even in our ignorance, we are more african than we will ever be american.when we were on the...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

James Wesley Chester ·
Are they mutually exclusive?---Nmaginate I'll start here. Pursuing a covenant with ourselves is mutally exclusive to petitioning any political party, especially the Democrat and Republican Parties. To seek the support of such political bodies is to repeat, to ask for, the failures and deceit of history. As to our role: I choose the 'firemen' approach. I don't like the 'burn' approach for several reasons. First becuause that approach leaves you with a ship. And we don't have the resources to...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

Faheem ·
I did not hear all of Cornell's comments (had to do something real quick) but I came back on the part where he said governing ourselves is a "pipe dream". I will go back and review his whole comments in a minute, but I wanted to say this first in regards to what Minister Farrakhan said. Minister Farrakhan words were in tune with the Covenant but his words spoke to what the Covenant does not , and they contradicts Tavis Smiley position that fixing ourselves makes America better. So here is...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

HonestBrother ·
Here's my thought for what it's worth: Yes there's a part of me that says "Hell yeah, let the house burn down" but then you think about the world as it is now. You look at it up close and you see that whether you like it or not the parts are interconnected like crazy. The Japanese economy goes into a depression and this depresses markets globally. An Asian fly gets a new flu bug and we all have to worry. My point: When jobs are offshored, they're not just offshored for poor white people. As...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

kresge ·
You did not miss it, because it was not raised. This was the substance of the question on my index card that I handed in. Democrat and Republican do not constitute the political spectrum. There was no question about the viability of third parties, even on the local or state level. I think that is a serious oversight. I am not even saying that it has to be a so-called African American party, but there I think it behooves black folk to "think outside of the box" in this respect. This was also...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

Nmaginate ·
It has nothing to do with a lack of hope. It is a different orientation though. It's one that draws on a logical conclusion collected from a realistic acknowledgement of the history heretofore. And that orientation, though it expresses some of that same resentment, is still directed or come froms a very different place. But you've expressed why the Convenant as a political instrument, in and of itself, is somewhat of a Pipe Dream. Farrakhan's sentiment, however, comes from a self-help...
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Re: ... Of Burning Houses & Pipe Dreams

kresge ·
Agreed. I conflated several things in that statement that do not necessarily follow.
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

HonestBrother ·
A Passage To Bangkok Rush Our first stop is in Bogota To check Colombian fields The natives smile and pass along A sample of their yield Sweet Jamaican pipe dreams Golden Acapulco nights Then Morocco, and the East, Fly by morning light We're on the train to Bangkok Aboard the Thailand Express We'll hit the stops along the way We only stop for the best Wreathed in smoke in Lebanon We burn the midnight oil The fragrance of Afghanistan Rewards a long day's toil Pulling into Katmandu Smoke rings...
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Re: Present: Modern-Day 'Slave Farms' in Florida

Black Viking ·
I think... I'm going... to be sick... Oh, good. If it's a priority, then this should be shut down rather quickly, yes? Hmmm... I guess I should have waited for the other shoe to drop. Excuses equal low priority. I got this from Empty Purnata, but I can't remember who said it... "When I gave food to the hungry, they called me a saint. When I asked why the hungry had no food, they called me a communist." - unknown Instead of bringing the workers food and clothes, they should bring them weapons...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Khalliqa ·
FOURPLAY!!!!!!! I love their rendition of "Between the Sheets" ! I asked (okay begged) a friend to burn the CD for me.... You've got great taste! Peace, Virtue
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Re: NAACP, Barack Obama Call for Earned Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants

leart ·
Senators and many others are overlooking the fact that we are talking about "Illegal" Immigrants. So the issue is how do the U.S. Government get past allowing some people to violate the Law, and how would this "Guest" Workers Program apply to Foreigh Blacks, the Islanders, South Americans, Africans and Europeans. If the Congress want to give these Illegals some form of "Amnesty", how does that apply to those who will become Illegals once they create the program? You can expect many to start...
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Re: NAACP, Barack Obama Call for Earned Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants

UppityNegress ·
Sorry, but I just can't believe that. Perhaps this is true in general, but in my life, what I have witnessed is capable legal citizens (mostly Black) being denied jobs they were more than qualified for in favor of giving them to illegals. Granted, these jobs were low skilled services or trades, but they were ways for legal Black citizens to make money and feed and clothe their families. In fact, it once happened to me. When I was younger, I used to apply for summer jobs at places like Home...
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Re: NAACP, Barack Obama Call for Earned Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants

EbonyRose ·
Re: NAACP, Barack Obama Call for Earned Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants
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Re: So Pan-Africanism/Black nationalism establishes a solid foundation circa 2010...

Yemaya ·
OK my question is why does the Pan African movement have to include going back to Africa?? I'm very interested in your logic about this, MBM. I don't think that we need to go back to Africa. I think that the main issue is creating a unified front. To make people of African descent proud to be African and to have the resources that enable us to hold our own as a people. Give you an example. Chinese people. They have China, but if you go in major cities there's a chinatown. They have Chinese...
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Re: So Pan-Africanism/Black nationalism establishes a solid foundation circa 2010...

tmonster ·
I agree, where is little congo or nigeria town?
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Re: Parallel Universe?

Melesi ·
Two birthdays, lucky girl. Of course, two sets of presents, too, right? With two chocolate cakes? I'm going to forget my birthday, then. Do I have to burn down my church to get them? Two cakes. H'm.
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Re: Something of a Revelation

soul_doctor73 ·
Presumptuous, yes. Intentional actually, but at the time the futility wasn't apparent to me. You have me just about pegged: single-minded and on a mission, but no evangelist. The 'gospels' are all, for the most part, fiction. You will not find me preaching 'Jesus saves'. But of course, evangelist is your opinion, and I understand that. But you did grasp the elements of my 'mission' as you call it. Pretty perceptive. No. *You* placed linguistics and words at the center of *your* argument. I...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
soul-doctor, You really do need to improve your understanding of the language you use. "Evangelist" is not just one who prosyletizes to Christianity, but rather one who preaches a truth to get people to change their minds about it. It comes from the Greek word "euaggelion" (The Greeks didn't have a separate letter "h," they used a kind of diacritical mark for it, but it's there. This word is pronounced "hyu-an-GEL-ee-on") which means, "good news" or "glad tidings." Anyone who pronounces good...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
soul_doctor, Well, finally something that we agree on. It's also something that Jesus said along time ago, so for all your hatred of Christians--and not all misplaced, by the way--in some ways you are actually agreeing with Jesus. Should you want to destroy that which agrees with you? Now, I think that you are a little broad with your brush-strokes, for the problems that you mention are not caused by Christianity but by humanity. To get rid of the problems, you'll have to get rid of people.
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
soul_doctor, Well, I'm not worried about an earth-grazing comet. Comets are too small and too low in density to have a significan gravity compared to the earth. One passing by cannot "wreak havoc" on the earth. Comets range in size from 1 to 100 kilometers (and there's only one of those that we know of--Chiron. A nucleus of 5 kilometers is on the large size for comets. Most of them are smaller than that) and their mass is something around tens to hundreds of billions of times less than that...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

soul_doctor73 ·
I also said 'meteor'. Where are you calculations for that? Further, I wasn't talking to *you* about this in the first place. Someone *asked* about 'signs'. I gave them one. As for 'bible codes' and what you 'refuse to believe', have you read the 'apocryphal Jesus'? Or do you 'refuse' to beleive that too because 'Jesus' didn't say they were *his* words? Or do you refuse to believe it because the catholics didn't put it in your christian bible? Stick to *your* own subject, Melesi, this one is...
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Re: Is anyone concerned about ...

James Wesley Chester ·
Choking off the money does change the focus of one's perception of what is important. Government knows what the consequences of their actions will be. They have triage sesssions, and "worst-case scenarios." Pick the subject. If Government has an agency for it, government knows the plus and minus. Disappointing, but true. You ask about concern. Yes, but these things are what makes ulcers. Or the inability to do anything about it. Don't burn a hole in your stomach. PEACE Jim Chester You are...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
soul_doctor, Very well. You take the easy way out by asking questions intead of giving answers. By that technique you allow your reader to draw conclusions without exposing yourself to refutation by actually stating your position. Where you do state your position you are as usual wrong. I do not say what I do because I believe my perspective to be "flawless." If you spent more time thinking about the issue and the subject instead of trying to find motives to justify your ignoring the issue,...
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Re: Racist social events/situations in America

Kevin41 ·
Race Relations Reporter: The Race Relations Reporter is a weekly electronic bulletin of news, surveys, and a chronicle of race-related incidents of discrimination, hate crimes, and hate group activity from across the United States. This bulletin is sent to subscribers each week at their personal e-mail account address. Subscriptions are $24 for 52 weekly issues. See sample, below: THE RACE RELATIONS REPORTER Weekly Bulletin August 20, 2003...
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Re: Introduction to Voodoo in Haiti

Afroman ·
Santeria, A Practical Guide to Afro-Caribbean Magic. By Luis M. Nuñez Introduction Santeria is not an archaic religion. It is a vibrant force with five hundred years of continuous history in the Western Hemisphere. Its African roots go back at least as far as Christianity's. Santeria has millions of followers spread across the United States, the Caribbean, Central, and South America. There is Voodoo in Haiti, Macumba in Brazil and Candomble in the Northern coasts of South America. Its...
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

henry38 ·
You guys get together and burn CINCINNATI to the ground. Sorry if my response does not sound like the intelligent response you want but that is how I feel after seeing the beating on British television. _____________________________ Is it just talk or are you for solutions? If you are GENUINELY interested in solving black problems? Then join us at http://www.theguidedog.com/BlackNation.html
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Re: Does MLK Get A Bad Rap?

Nmaginate ·
Besides drifting back into the conflicting ideas of [1] saying both a good passing game (MLK) and a good running game (MX) are a part of [one good] offense and then [2] trying to separate the two by "comparing" them which seems to imply that they were on separate teams (**Note: I never heard of a team say the Kansas City Chiefs "comparing" their running game and passing game in an abstraction and trying to say in more or less absolute terms which one was more effective as if to say which is...
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Re: Does MLK Get A Bad Rap?

MBM ·
Friend, in business people talk all day, everyday, comparing and contrasting different business strategies. Go to a library or bookstore; there are thousands of titles on how and why different companies did their thing in different ways? The objective of business is to maximize shareholder wealth. There are an almost infinite number of strategies and tactics to do that however. Same with military strategy. The objective is to secure military victory. Ever read Clausewitz or Sun Tzu regarding...
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Re: It Doesn't Look Like We've Lost Jobs, in fact a gain of 2.6 million MORE jobs under Bush!

Kevin41 ·
Lofton posted, Condoleeza Rice has done nothing to betray Black people. From the reaction of quite a few people on this board to disrespect Condoleeza Rice, the reader would think that those who make such statements, picture Condoleeza Rice as the greatest traitor to the Black community who ever walked. ** Condi is a delusional fool sometimes which has nothing to do with how she performs professionally and academically. She has eluded to the civil rights movement maybe not being necessary...
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Re: Revisiting Rwanda and the death of 800,000 Tutsi's

Faheem ·
After Germany's defeat in World War I, Belgium took over colonial control, intensifying the split between Hutu and Tutsi "by institutionalizing racist doctrines." Bullet-pointing Robbins mostly (p.270): They replaced all Hutu chiefs with Tutsis and issued identity cards that noted ethnic identity, making the division between Hutu and Tutsi far more rigid than it had been before colonial control. Human Rights Watch also noted this: The very recording of the ethnic groups in written form...
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Re: Are You An Organ Donor?

Kweli4Real ·
Am I a donor? Not yet. Hopeful not for a while. But seriously ... I have it noted on my Driver's license, and all of my family knows, that when I die (if I die), take all usable parts and burn the rest. Or better yet, dump my body in the desert. Take the urn and the money saved on the $50,000 funeral with the extra special gold dipped, silk draped casket and spread my ashes while on a cruise to the Greek Isles.
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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: Was Aristide Kidnapped.

Kevin41 ·
***This country just does whatever it wants to with other countries in the world...but handle the countries that do not take schit from the U.S. with kid gloves...it is amazing how that works.... From His First Day in Office, Bush Was Ousting Aristide: Where were the media when Haiti's leader was railroaded and rousted? By Jeffrey D. Sachs March 4, 2004 If the circumstances were not so calamitous, the American-orchestrated removal of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide from Haiti would...
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Re: Ten things you cant say in America by Larry Elder.

DeltaJ ·
Wheres that, South America? Yeah, I'm sure you are a regular Larry Elders reader, and a faithful listener to his show. Frankly your 'scholar' crap is silly. Dr King, nor Malcolm weren't scholars either, whatever thats supposed to mean. Jesse Jackson can barely talk at all, yet look at him. Mosely Braun, in one interview I saw, couldn't even remember what her college degree was in! According to you, we should BURN everything they ever said or written? Come on friend, don't you get tired of...
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Re: Changing the Pledge...

DeltaJ ·
Oh yes, America's 'wickedness'. How silly of me to have forgotten all that 'wickedness'. I have been stopped by the police several times while driving and not once given a ticket WOW! Now THAT is truly OUTRAGEOUS AND RACIST!! To think they would stop you and then have the utter GALL to DENY you of your right to TRAFFIC TICKETS!!! Thats about the biggest injustice I've ever heard of in my life! Imagine, such wickedness that they didn't think you worth of ticketing. I can't believe that, I am...
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Re: White couple with AA baby

FireFly ·
The above is so miserable and despicable as to not warrant a comment... except to say this... affairs are affairs and rape is rape... totally different things. And women - of any race - who lie about this should burn in hell - if there is one - for eternity. Simple as that. .
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Re: Merry Saturnalia, Mithras Day, Winter Solstice, Yule...

Sweetwuzzy ·
You are a pagan? What's your religion?
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Re: Presidents's Pet Negro

Kevin41 ·
I hate to burst your bubble....any successful black from hickville,usa (alabama) owes allot to the collective efforts of blacks on their behalf before them and should do the same for those behind them....as so far as rice is concerned........the black movement helped get her azz out of alabama where racist azz whites bombed churches and killed her girlfriends....while her dad and the men in the community had to sit outside with rifles so the klan did not burn their schit down when they road...
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Re: Ideal reparations.

blaqfist ·
I find it the height of condescension (was that an oxymoron?) when white people "suggest" what black people should do w/ reparations. The defendant makes no demands on what the plaintiff should do with the compensation he has won; in most legal systems (the one used in the US included). The plaintiff can burn the money if he so desired.. But as far as what reparations should include?? Here are my demands. 1. 150 yrs of income tax exempt status. Black people should be excused from any/all...
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Re: Ideal reparations.

IRONHORSE ·
Nmaginate, I see what your problem is now--you need a fucking chew toy. I can see through your smoke and mirrors, Nmaginate, and I'm getting about sick and damn tired of you foaming at the mouth over nothing. I'm about sick and damn tired of you side-stepping my challenges, only to respond with more garbage--trying to cover up for the fact that, other than hyping up N'COBRA, you haven't come up with one single damn idea of your own for achieving independence and self-sufficiency. I don't...
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Re: Durham's Black Mayor ˜Shocked' at Recent Cross Burning Incidents

ricardomath ·
How can anybody born and raised in this country burn a cross without an intention to intimidate?
 
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