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Love Is . . . Tangible
Betty Wright had this song way back called “Love Is.” One morning I woke up with it on my mind. It led me to reflect on what “real” love is about. Not the word “love” that’s tossed around so much in Amerikkan culture it has become as rancid and empty as the morals of Amerikka,…
A good many Blacks/Afrikans get all apologetic when it comes to vicious attacks by people of caucasoid persuasion. The caucasoid does the bad deed, and Afrikans jump up, quick to forgive, especially if television cameras are rolling. I consider this being apologetic against our own best interests. Not only that it diminishes our power when…
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“Once there are foreign troops in your country, you can not sleep well, you can not say your prayers and they are like a bacteria in our country and we recommend to them to go to their countries before we fight them as we fought the Ethiopian troops who fled from this country.” –Sheik Hassan…