Re: The games people play part 2
Posted By: Errol F. Hosein In Response To: Re: The games people play part 2 (Curtis Dogheal McTavish)
Date: 18, April 04, at 7:41 a.m.
In Response To: Re: The games people play part 2 (Curtis Dogheal McTavish)
You are a barrel of contradictions. In spite of the shared observation that culture is more important than race. You must be made to realize that in the US "Race Matters." In earlier conversations it was recognized that in T&T there was an inherent loyalty in the racial devide in spite of the National considerations. It is apparent that you lack the fundamental sensitivity to understand the role that racism plays in the US. Do you actually believe that the descendents of former slave-masters will ever submit to equity with the descendents of their former slaves? I must admit that you have been constant with your theme song about accomplishing your goals ect, ect. While there have been snipets of upward mobility do note that the tree is growing ever taller and the top is moving farther away from the bottom. In essence we are talking about power. And even with the African American population exceeding thirty million, when compared to the rest of the population your prescence is tantamount to residual power. I suspect that you are clever enough to set your personal goals no higher than a dog's tail which makes it readily attainable. Do yourself a favour access "Google" and become more informed about the accomplishments of Mr. Danny Glover and perhaps the light will go on in your attic. As you go about peddling your fantasies while waiting on others to move mountains for you, other ethnic groups are winning greater influence with the keeper of the keys. And if you are careful you will find that in the US races transcends culture. Gosh, here you have me giving more credit to one of your tribal constituents that you are inclined to do.
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