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Damn @evolution, that shyt is deep and so painful to view............smdh
The constitution of the United States classified the Negro as sub human or in much more colorful terms animal. Those who born on American soil were meant for the Europeans not black Africans. Anytime a people can grant a hunting license to hunt Negros really don’t consider them human beings…..think about that….if you want proof here it is.
Yet at the same time they (Obama of all people) want to grant that right to ILLEGALS think about that for a minute
i mean seriously people where are all the intelligent people i guess as much as you brag about your education , i guess the white men didnt teach that far, he kept this par away from you, my uncle taught me that a long time ago, the only problem is some of us will tell the white men that he has no choice, the constitution says once someone is born in this soil he is an American so it is too late for them to change rules, there must accept us as American but it hurts so they call us African American, i mean why do you think they created the voting act, by the way please piss these white folks up, go out and vote in the midterm election next tuesday
These are the reasons for people to go out on Tuesday in droves to vote. This is your number one rights which will determine who you are. VOTE VOTE. Let us turn out in large numbers.
Comment by Ab Gai :"And this is also why I don’t understand why black folks in the states continue to allow themselves to be labeled as African American (which loosely reminds everyone that you are a slave) instead of Black American."
Some people really have it twisted. It's the opposite way around @Ab Gai. Calling yourself a black American does not identify you with any nation. Calling yourself a black American identifies you as a slave without a history prior to being ENSLAVED by the Europeans and brought to America. If one tracks the history of a black American you cannot go beyond the 16 century when you were enslaved. There is no documented history of a black American prior to slavery. Identifying yourself as an African; better yet to identify yourself as an Alkebulan (the original name for Africans, named by Africans) takes you beyond the history that predates the day the white man brought you here to America. As a result, you identify with who you are, your nation; not as the person that was enslaved by the white man. However, it's a personal decision that only one can make. Everyone is free to identify themselves with however they perceive themselves
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