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: 31, March 04, at 12:30 p.m.
In Response To: Re: To what extent are blacks predictable? (Errol F. Hosein)
Kween and I our just exchanging opinions, nothing more and nothing less. You make these ignorant statements and I'm not here to prove you wrong, but yet to get you to think before you sound less intelligent. Every once in a while you may have a point on certain things, but what you fail to realise is that people are people, and are different only by rules that they inflict on each other. There are ghetto's and neighborhoods of economic elitis around the world that defy all racial barriers, and yet you will find that the similarities equal the differences. Poor people in Trinidad may be different than poor people in Canada because of culture. However, they will still survive the same way weather it be conforming to systematic oppression or becomming part of the machine for individual sanctity. Racial differences have nothing to do with any problem from the inside out. It's the culture of the outside that effects the inside. Grow up with these back ignorant statements.
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