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: 23, April 04, at 7:26 a.m.
In Response To: Re: The games people play part 2 (Curtis Dogheal McTavish)
It is tragic that the slave mentality of African Americans continues to haunt your generation. Just like your Master you see nothing of worth among any other people on this planet who do not look like you, talk like you and do the things that you do. Your biased views of those whom you referred to and the manner in which you did, illustrates to me, one of the reasons why your Master continues to treat you the way he does. For example, a people who until recently (1863) were treated as their Master's property to do with as he pleased, now finds themselves in a position where they can now discriminate against another group of human beings.
You take too much for granted as I do not believe that the Camel would reduce himself to your level. Your diatribe continues as you suggest that if you suspect that someone is building nuclear weapons you would arbitrarily Nuke them. Like Father like Son. The Master's genes are at work again. Your media, television, newspaper articles, movies made in the US,radio and other media outlets continue to be the sources that enable me to reach the conclusions that you inquire about. You folks don't lie, as exemplars you always tell the truth, don't you? Fashion designers, among which there are a few blacks who incidentally; are not the leaders of this particular pack, produce amd market an array of female clothing. These garments are prominent among black women at all economic and social levels
along with those in their Master's house. From the front their breasts are nearly bare with pubic hairs providing a glare and the rear exposes their rectal ducts. They call this fashion. In Africa before they boarded the boats bare female breasts were perhaps the cultural phenomenon of that time. Today, it's Massa do, slave do too. Morally you are no better than your Master, but again it is the gene thing.You have something called the American dream, what the heck is it? Can you realize your dream as a slave master? It is your Master who sets those trends and you are a prime example of the insiduous nature of slavery and subsequent racism. Your Master hates you, so you hate somebody too. What a life.!
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