Re: To what extent are blacks predictable?
Posted By: Curtis Dogheal McTavish In Response To: Re: To what extent are blacks predictable? (Errol F. Hosein)
Date: 30, March 04, at 2:42 p.m.
In Response To: Re: To what extent are blacks predictable? (Errol F. Hosein)
You didn't have to actually say religion because you said Christianity which is a religion. Pretty much we agree about the effect Christainity had on Blacks. We are not alone. Thats why there were so many Blacks in the U.S. that converted to Islam. I would like you to be aware of the fact that Christainity was used in Europe to oppress the lower classes the same way it was used to oppress the African Slave in the west. King James was aware of it's effects and how to use. I also would want you to take a look at other religions because they all send a message of tolerance, and disipline. Most all speak of a higher being and the after life that is supposed to be better then what people have now. It's easy to see how people from less fortunate lifestyles would want to believe in a bunch of guidlines for life on earth. That is why I brought up religion as opposed to just staying focused on Christianity because they all seem to be alike with different faces. Would you agree? I don't think that was predictable unless you were already sure that I would speak on things you already know yourself.
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