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Documentary: Frustrated Black American Men in Brazil

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Documentary: Frustrated Black American Men in Brazil

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Post by zboy1 » March 12th, 2013, 6:56 am

Great documentary! Hope it doesn't get deleted like the last time it was posted on Youtube. I'm guessing some people didn't like the message it was delivering (life and dating is better abroad).

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Post by zboy1 » March 12th, 2013, 7:55 am

Black in Latin America E02, Brazil: A Racial Paradise


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Post by Rocky Top » March 12th, 2013, 7:57 am

zboy1 wrote:Great documentary! Hope it doesn't get deleted like the last time it was posted on Youtube. I'm guessing some people didn't like the message it was delivering (life and dating is better abroad).
Nah, it hopefully got deleted because of violating Al Greeze's copyright.

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Post by abcdavid01 » March 12th, 2013, 8:03 am

Wow, very inspiring. I was feeling depressed about some stuff, but now I'm motivated.
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Post by zboy1 » March 12th, 2013, 9:00 am

zboy1 wrote:Black in Latin America E02, Brazil: A Racial Paradise

Hah. Looks like our boy, skatebordstephen, is engaged in an argument with an Americunt White supremacist Hispanic lady in the video comments. Keep up the good work, Skate! Preach.

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Post by aozora13 » March 12th, 2013, 3:03 pm

It is definitely a good documentary. I believe that currently things are changing in Brazil in that it is becomming more wealthy, while America is a more of a 2nd world country at the moment. Brazil still has problems with a majority working class/poor group but the idea of women not giving you back talk everyday about issues is good and I believe that currently it is better for a black guy to go to Brazil to get a Afro-Brazillian women or a normal Brazillian woman.

America has a messed racial heirarchy and basically you might be able to date interracially but there is a lot of crap that is dealt because of it and most people rather just leave and not deal with the stress. The documentary is good in that it tells the truth. So what if a guy wants to visit Brazil to have a lovely night with a nice Brazil lady? Possibly he can visit the country for environment and/or tourism (which is a good part of Brazil's GDP).

Glad that the OP submitted the link. It tells me that even Afro-Brazillians are much different than Black American women.

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Post by manly5000 » March 12th, 2013, 3:54 pm

O futuro pertence ao Brasil.
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Post by ILoveBlackAmericanWomen » March 12th, 2013, 5:02 pm

I saw this docu a couple weeks ago on youtube. These men knew what they wanted,went to go get it and now they are happy. You got to applaud them for that. I see men asking what country is good for Black men. My brother (Black man) currently lives in Germany because he is a Captain in the Army and his work called for him to be there.He loves it. I asked him if he is making wise choices with women.

He said yes and he is having fun "screwing" (way too much information for me to hear). He has not found a wife material woman though. Just short term flings. I told him to be smart and use protection because my brother has wealth and I don't want none of those women trying to empty his wallets but I am not worried because my brother is smart.

He will not let a woman play him. His gold digging ex wife tried that but the joke was on her because she is not in his will. His siblings and parents are. Like the saying goes..Mama didn't raise no fool.
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Post by ILoveBlackAmericanWomen » March 12th, 2013, 5:28 pm

"Brazil the second largest Black population in the world"

Why the heck am I not there???

I wonder why people look at Black Americans as the representation of Blacks world wide when there are only a few Blacks here in North America. I love how Brazilian Blacks kept the African culture. The energy and vibe of Black people there is so different than here.
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Post by Billy » March 12th, 2013, 6:08 pm

ILB, because the usa blacks are the elite of the blacks. the world knows many blacks of the usa but none from brazil.

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Post by E_Irizarry » March 12th, 2013, 10:56 pm

I'm roasting that pendejita. I always give apoyo with the adobo to Stephen for support!
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Post by ILoveBlackAmericanWomen » March 12th, 2013, 11:29 pm

Billy wrote:ILB, because the usa blacks are the elite of the blacks. the world knows many blacks of the usa but none from brazil.
True..I just prefer Black Brazilians to be the ones representing us as a whole than American Blacks because they seem to be more in touch and content with their roots.
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