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Jesus. You really should make the effort of reading my posts before you parade off into Narnia. And while I suspect this may fall on deaf ears, no amount of quotes from old movies or books (or changing the subject in mid-thought to a bizarre account of the Lion King, of all things) will ever change the fact that the Letter isn't real. But you do finally acknowledge that:

"If WHITES can use fiction, and every other vehicle to IMPACT THE WORLD. WILLIE LYNCH CAN, WILL, SHOULD AND IS RIGHTLY USED BY INTELLIGENT, THINKING BLACKS FOR THE SAME REASON."

Good to know that you can admit that it's a farce, though I can't help wondering what your great grandpappy would say.

But if you are serious about never posting under one of my threads, I'd be most appreciative. Arguments with you may be entertaining for what they're worth, but they never seem to get very far. I could see getting quite tired of your interpretation of logic. So if it's not too much to ask, please never comment in any of my threads. That could be my Christmas present.
For heaven's sake, negrospiritual,

There is such a thing as the point to a statement. Profitingbyrage posted lyrics--she tends to cut-and-paste a lot, for it saves her from actually having to think--and so a response to that was the sardonic question about knowing the lyrics to "Dixie."

The question asked, it seemed to me, did not really have to do with "Dixie," but with songs in general, and therefore really asked her why she bothered with the songs she did.

That's why I phrased my statement to her as I did. I wasn't talking about "Dixie," it could have been any song, but "Dixie" seemed to be perfectly on point, being an arresting question for anyone who is a thinking person, but of course Pro-of-rage ignored the point of the question. My bringing it back up was merely to point out to her her ignoring of it, which she does all thet time, and of what it means--her absence of introspection. She does not consider the fact that she can be wrong, therefore she most often is. It is paradoxical I suppose, but those who do not think they can be wrong are wrong most of the time. Paranoiacofrage is merely another dreary example of this in a long line of identical emotional puppets.

That's why I said what I did.

Does that make me an "imposter"?
I still say that it is a clear indication of Pro-of-rage's willingness to lie that she would defend an obvious fiction with teh flimsy excuse that what it describes really did happen. It just means that she is willing to lie in the service of what she considers to be important.

That is an immoral position, and one destructive to a people who could have the moral high ground, need the moral high ground, and therefore must keep the moral high ground by sticking to the truth.

She is reducing our arguments to the level of clear and laughable hoaxes. You may think that that's fine, but I do not. If she lies, she hurts us all.
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Originally posted by djonmaila:
Jesus. You really should make the effort of reading my posts before you parade off into Narnia. And while I suspect this may fall on deaf ears, no amount of quotes from old movies or books (or changing the subject in mid-thought to a bizarre account of the Lion King, of all things) will ever change the fact that the Letter isn't real. But you do finally acknowledge that:

"If WHITES can use fiction, and every other vehicle to IMPACT THE WORLD. WILLIE LYNCH CAN, WILL, SHOULD AND IS RIGHTLY USED BY INTELLIGENT, THINKING BLACKS FOR THE SAME REASON."

Good to know that you can admit that it's a farce, though I can't help wondering what your great grandpappy would say.

But if you are serious about never posting under one of my threads, I'd be most appreciative. Arguments with you may be entertaining for what they're worth, but they never seem to get very far. I could see getting quite tired of your interpretation of logic. So if it's not too much to ask, please never comment in any of my threads. That could be my Christmas present.



Okay, and like I said, good riddance. Glad to see you have a bit more sense than that psycho from how did you put it Narnia that you obviously know so much about to bring up. Still glad you will no longer come under my posts speaking to me so I won't have to speak to you under my posts that you first spoke to me under. Big Grin

After all, I figured you wouldn't grasp truth of the WILLIE LYNCH LETTER of which I said 'you' concede as 'fiction' not I, Heeey, but what the heck, glad to be done with the conversing over senseless lunacy.
"Still glad you will no longer come under my posts speaking to me so I won't have to speak to you under my posts that you first spoke to me under."

When did I say anything about that? Wishful thinking? For the record, I will respond to any lunatic post I please, including yours. You may ignore my posts if it suits you, but don't expect any vow of silence from me. I live for this shit. Wink
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Originally posted by djonmaila:
but don't expect any vow of silence from me. I live for this shit. Wink
Hey hey hey djonmaila walk away girl. You can not be a lady on one hand and be lapping sh!t on the other hand can you? winkgrin

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I am not going to be drawn into the argument about the authenticity of Willie Lynch's letter. I am more concerned with how it's content applies to the situation of Black men, women, boys, and girls in today's America. We have been raped psychologically for hundreds of years and to believe that 60 years on the other side of so-called freedom has erased the effects of oppression is not only insane, but ignorant. I am very careful in being critical of scholars who want to inject their influence on the discussion of the Black psyche. Why? Because many of them have been educated in institutions that have a view-point which is centered around Greek thought. Dare I say, even those who come from our traditional Black universities and colleges. Let's not be fooled here. We have not defined ourselves;others have defined us. We believe we have defined ourselve, but look deeper into some of the definitions we apply to our community and you will see they are not out of the concepts of a people from the Nile Valley. Look at the words you use and their real meanings. Don't except things just because people declare themselves experts. Look within and look to your Creator for definition. Remove the junk from your minds and begin to clear the callousness from your hearts. We as Black people need to begin to hear clearly, see clearly, begin from the beginning and move forward with our own intelligent definitions. It can be done, but we first must realize that psychology of slave making is very prevalent amongst us. We are still divisive. We are very distrusting. We are decieved to believe that our independence is tied to things, positions, and possesions.It could be a Million Man or Woman movement, but there still isn't cohesiveness. We are not free as a people if even one amongst us is still operating under a slave psychology.
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Originally posted by AgapePlus:
I am not going to be drawn into the argument about the authenticity of Willie Lynch's letter. I am more concerned with how it's content applies to the situation of Black men, women, boys, and girls in today's America. We have been raped psychologically for hundreds of years and to believe that 60 years on the other side of so-called freedom has erased the effects of oppression is not only insane, but ignorant. I am very careful in being critical of scholars who want to inject their influence on the discussion of the Black psyche. Why? Because many of them have been educated in institutions that have a view-point which is centered around Greek thought. Dare I say, even those who come from our traditional Black universities and colleges. Let's not be fooled here. We have not defined ourselves;others have defined us. We believe we have defined ourselve, but look deeper into some of the definitions we apply to our community and you will see they are not out of the concepts of a people from the Nile Valley. Look at the words you use and their real meanings. Don't except things just because people declare themselves experts. Look within and look to your Creator for definition. Remove the junk from your minds and begin to clear the callousness from your hearts. We as Black people need to begin to hear clearly, see clearly, begin from the beginning and move forward with our own intelligent definitions. It can be done, but we first must realize that psychology of slave making is very prevalent amongst us. We are still divisive. We are very distrusting. We are decieved to believe that our independence is tied to things, positions, and possesions.It could be a Million Man or Woman movement, but there still isn't cohesiveness. We are not free as a people if even one amongst us is still operating under a slave psychology.
Welcome Agape..... wel

That means love..... yes?

It's a Greek term yes?


Well.... I agree with you on many points....

May I ask.... do you consider all educated persons to be mislead regarding the authenticity of their thoughts?

May I ask if you are concerned with divisiveness..... and you feel that the intelligencia in our communities are pretty much brainwashed.... how someone with your views will bring about cohesiveness? how can we bring about trust?



Peace,
Virtue

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