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Unlike Bakari Neferu, we wont need to make several fake accounts for majority to rule in our favor.
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Black women suck at life.
If you guys want to ban her, I support it.
However, there is something to be said for her seeing how irrelevant she and other black women are these days. For her to constantly be reminded of that would eat away at her tortored soul, a fate befitting her kind.
I second that, too!
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She is a dumb, annoying bigoted,ignorant asshole. That is why. And she trolls other websites spouting the same garbage:e: Why Do Africans Worship Somalis/Ethiopians/Eritreans by Bakari Neferu(m): 1 month & 3 days
Another self-hating nescient Black person from the continent I see. And a Horner no less? Africans here in America are the most advanced Africans in the world...what in your feeble little mind would possess you to look down on us, "especially"?
And what exactly is so special about being a muslim that you feel it compulsory to look down on those that do wish not to embrace it?
http://www.nairaland.com/888665/why-do- ... ip-somalis
Same MO wherever she goes. Annoying
Monday Mar 19
why jamaica they got there own nation, they be trying to fight us a african-american told me this. thats a losesing life for them.
Wait, you're saying that the Jamaicans are trying to fight us? Why do you think this? How are they fighting us?
As far as the nations thing goes, I think it would be more behooving for African Americans to invest in already existing nations Like Liberia and Haiti for example.
Haiti is already a Black nation. It is controlled by Blacks, and populated vastly (95%+) with Blacks. They would definitely benefit from us investing in them.
Liberia is teaming with investment opportunities. And there is a lot of land there that could be used for community building.
And that's just the tip of the iceburg. Africa boast dozens of Countries, all of which could benefit from investment. You could literally become a billionaire with just one country in Africa alone.
In the western hemisphere, you still have vast Black populations, particularly in Latin America. Places like the Dominican, Belize, Nicaragua, Panama, Guyana, there are just so many.
Brazil has millions upon millions of African people, practically all of whom would most likely be delighted to receive help from us. And I am not talking about AID, I'm talking about development, trade, investment, industry.
Everywhere you go African people receive racism, poverty, and lack of opportunity. What if we could help create that opportunity? Imagine having prosperous African communities all over the Caribbean, Central and South America, not to mention Africa. You would never have to worry about discrimination or being rejected or ostracized.
This troll will never give up that is why she has to go! http://www.topix.com/forum/world/liberi ... NGGN06J/p7
Erik, you didn't create the actual poll, so I went ahead and did it for you. Feel free to cast your vote above in the OP everyone.
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I don't believe he should be banned - if he can adjust his tone.
While his opinions are at odds with many of the black male posters here, sometimes a dissenting voice can make dialogue more lively and intellectually fruitful. The problem, however, is whether he can agree to dialogue respectfully and civilly.
That remains to be seen.
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