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  1. It may seem a bit hyperbolic not withstanding the "boondocks" type animation but I believe what Mr Fuller said is basically true and what I've been witnessing over the past 20 years alone seems to verify much of what he's saying. How many intact Black families do you actually see together in public today? I think what so many people....perhaps even yourself.....have such a hard time believing is that there is a PLOT or PLAN to keep Black men and women away from eachother and confuse them sexually. So many people just ASSUME the reasons for the confusion and dysfunction are "this" or "that" or "the other".......anything BUT a plot or plan by White Supremists. But the fact that the relationship between many if not most AfroAmerican males and females are clearly dysfunctional and and non-existent in many cases is undeniable and obvious.
  2. Lol...... Del, would YOU kiss a so-called "woman" who had jaws that square and a nose bridge that strong and prominent?
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    The Origin of BLUE EYES

    Damn....lol. Yes.
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    Surviving. R. Kelly!

    You're not going to find me coming to R. Kelly's defense any more than I came to the defense of Bill Cosby. In my opinion grown men having sex with and pissing on 14 year old girls OR drugging grown women up to make them helpless for you to have sex with is worthy of an ass kicking and jail time. My issue is with the injustice of the SO-CALLED "Justice System". A system that punishes AfroAmerican men who do these things but too often IGNORE White men who do the same AND other things that are much much worse even when there is overwhelming evidence of their guilt. It's kind of like Jesse Jackson's beef with the unjust cocaine sentencing that went on in the 80s and 90s were BOTH Black men and White men were guilty of selling drugs and committing other offense but they went after Black men much more strongly both prosecuting them and sentencing them. We need to be fair and consistent in who we decide to go after. Don't just pick on Black men because you know much of society doesn't like them and since they aren't well represented in much of the criminal justice system or media.....they become an easy target to point the finger at or go after. A lot of White women are raped by their own fathers and brothers but won't DARE go on television and say anything or even go to the local police because their fathers and brothers are ON the police department or are judges or lawyers or in the media and they know that not only will their story not get out but THEY may even be punished. But if a Black man just LOOK at you cross eyed......if you decided to implicate him who's going to come to HIS rescue or side with him over you? And this is especially important with the women because women are the strongest influencers of the men in this society and they can't be confused or wishy-washy about who they support and what they think is good or bad. If you as a woman like "bad boys" and criminals and want to be played and played around with then ADMIT THAT and agree not to later on condemn these type of men and get them imprisoned. Just say I USED TO like men like that when I was younger but now I don't. Don't sit up crying and claiming you were "taken advantage of" and didn't know what you were doing when you went over to his hotel room at 2 am, got naked, and hopped in bed with him.....lol. You know what some men are about. As long as they aren't FORCING you or any other woman to engage them then this is America where people should be free to make their own sexual choices. If they aren't too young, mentally disabled, or physically disabled......then LET IT BE.
  5. The original Statue of Liberty is a good example of the presence of Black women being whitewashed out of history. The original Statue of Liberty that France offered was that of a Black woman holding up her arms with a light to show others the way to America where they could also find freedom. But America rejected this statue for the more androgynous one we currently have that you can't even tell is a man or woman, lol.
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    The Origin of BLUE EYES

    Elijah Muhammad taught that one of the reasons Caucasians were able to come among Africans, Native Americans, and other people of color and take advantage of them was because they were "unalike". They looked and acted so much differently. He said that with their white skin, blonde hair, and blue/green eyes they looked so much different than the darker population and thus they were "attractive" and people wanted to get to know them and about them better. Just like most heterosexual women find very masculine men attractive and most heterosexual men find very feminine women attractive....unlike attracts (on a physical level).
  7. Chev Lol, if the "common person" wasn't supposed to do the stoning then WHO were these laws of the Old Testament directed to? Well..... Atleast you're not accusing me of "lying" on the Bible as you did in your previous post, lol. I may be a lot of things but a liar isn't one of them. Those aren't MY opinions about homosexuals, I'm giving you scripture from YOUR own book and because you disagree with them you constantly seek to deflect from it's condemnation of homosexuals and homosexuality which is as clear as day. I've read the Bible from cover to cover and while I've admittedly forgotten much of it I still rememer clearly many of these things it clearly says and although it does contain a lot of good it I no longer consider it a "holy" book that must be completely follow to the letter. That was a very compelling story and it illustrates how religious so-called "scripture" can divide people one against the other and even tear family members apart and send them at eachother's throats. Just all the more reason for us to follow The Supreme Being directly....instead of getting our morals from other human beings or man-made books and writtings that have been distilled from the thinking of men/women who merely CLAIM to speak for the divine.
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    Surviving. R. Kelly!

    People who were very active in the R&B community back in the 90s had known for years how big a freak R. Kelly was and about his devious sexual escapades. I'm waiting on Lifetime or some other major channel to show: Surviving Anthony Weiner Surviving Harvey Weinstein Surviving Kevin Spacey Surviving The Catholic Priesthood. .....lol. Meanwhile, Tariq Nasheed isn't waiting on anyone but has decided to launch his own movement called #FIRSTTHEM https://youtu.be/ob8-uBdTmrU?t=2107 I like what he's doing because it adds balance and justice to all of these accusations of sexual impropriety that have thrown around lately. We need to make sure they don't try to put a BLACK face on sexual criminality like they've put an Arab face on terrroorism and a Latino face on illegal immigration. They tried to do this years ago with the entire "street harassment" issue accusing Black and Latino men of harassing women on the streets of New York, until it was unsurfaced that far more White men were doing it than anyone else. But they're not going to demonize and prosecute Black men while quietly sweeping under the rug or settling out of court the behavior of White public figures who have been caught on video sexually assaulting women and committing other unspeakable crimes.
  9. Chev THE BIBLE DOES NOT SAY THAT I, a common person is suppose to go out and JUDGE or PUNISH a HOMOSEXUAL!!! LOL! That is crazy! Your Bible in the Book of Leviticus 20:13 clearly states: "If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them. " Not only does it call for you to judge them but to also punish them. If that's crazy.....it's YOUR book.   The Bible does NOT say this!!! STOP lying against the Bible!!! I told you that is a government issue. God in his word NEVER allows common people to judge a person for this sin. But if you are so sure, then provide the Bible reference. I'm NOT lying. I you want references then I'll provide references from BOTH the Old and New Testament that condemn homosexuality: Old Testament You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. (Leviticus 18:22) If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them. (Leviticus 20:13) New Testament Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. (1 Corinthians 6:9-10)   The law is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for those who strike their fathers and mothers, for murderers, for the sexually immoral, men who practise homosexuality, enslavers, liars, perjurers, and whatever else is contrary to sound doctrine. (1 Timothy. 1:9-10)   For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.(Romans 1:26,27) These are all scriptures directly from the Bible that condemn homosexuality and puts it in the same category as other sins like theft, murder, and enslavement and makes it clear that it is NOT to be accepted. Again, I would never reject someone who has been victimized as a child or by the prison system or etc. just because they are homosexuals and the Bible does NOT list this sin as being unforgivable, at all. People should have the same human right as you to work out their own salvation as long as they are not harming innocence. You're making excuses to be friends with and accept what your book clearly condemns and tells you NOT to accept. Yes SOME homosexuals may have been abused as children or in prison but not all have and we don't know for sure that this causes homosexuality. Plenty of heterosexuals were abused as children and in prison. Just like your claim that Jesus walked with everyone as an excuse to justify homosexuals....will you make the same excuses for pedophiles or serial killers or serial rapists? You're picking and choosing WHICH "sinners" you want to accept and judge and WHICH ones you want to condemn.   Then Jesus told the woman, [parapharasing] Where are your accusers? Go, and sin no more.' Jesus did not punish her. Just as I wouldn't punish you for believing that it is okay to have multiple sex partners even if they are married!!! I said multiple sex partners if YOU are married to them, not if they are married to someone else. I never said it was OK to have sex with people who are married to others already. Further....... If Jesus said go and SIN NO MORE then that means they are supposed to STOP doing what they were guilty of doing. But most homosexuals CONTINUE to engage in homosexuality while at the same time their Christian friends....usually women....continue to hang out with them, go shopping with them, and be good friends with them. Again, I'm not into these major organized religions so I'm not condemning homosexuals. I'm condemning the hypocrisy of so many AfroAmericans who CLAIM to be Christian or Hebrew but accept what their own book clearly condemns.
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    What "lie" did I tell? I quoted the story as it is written in Genesis. Jacob....the "suplanter" ....the said father of the Israelites.....allegedly struggled/wrestled/fought with God. People can spin it any way they want, but the fact is.....if someone actively fights with or opposes God they are rebelling against the divine. And according to Genesis, what did the Israelites do? They went from Africa to Asia invading, robbing, pillaging, and slaughtering men, women, and children. They went around taking over other people's land and enslaving people all while claiming their "God" told them to do it. Does this behavior sound familiar?
  11. Chev   Yes, he did, but to imply that the New Testament does NOT cover this is issue of Homosexuality would be wrong. Jesus was accused wrongly for being around people that needed his help. He was judged wrongfully for being around drunks and etc The difference is that the people Jesus was hanging around needed his help and they KNEW they needed his help. Most homosexuals today do not think they need help nor do they think there is anything wrong with them. They think their behavior is ok and anyone or anything (like the Bible) who condemns it is wrong.   This is a confusing statement. Are you saying that the Bible is wrong about the 'unforgivable sins'? I have no idea. This issue doesn't have anything to do with me going along with it or trying to gain favor. It is NOT something that should be judged my me!??? I have no interest in judging someone for this issue. I know, and this is one of the reasons I'm taking issue with what you and Gibran have said about homosexuality and your seemingly acceptance of homosexuals. You said: "When it comes to 'SEXUAL PREFERENCES', I have no problem with choices that adults make. I was literally kicked out of my home shortly after my college years because of my support of my male friends that were homosexuals." The Bible doesn't tell you to SUPPORT homosexuals but to PUNISH them. I'm making it clear that I'm not saying this....but the Bible DOES. But since WHITE SOCIETY no longer condemns it and makes it almost illegal to speak against it....all of a sudden after centuries and centuries of condeming it NOW all of a sudden AfroAmericans no longer want to "judge" or condemn homosexuality. My point is, this new found "acceptance" of homosexuality among so many AfroAmericans have nothing to do with being nice or non-judgemental. Nor is it about the Bible and what many AfroAmericans believe to be "God's word"; because if they REALLY believed it was God's word there would be no debate or acceptance about homosexuality since it has been made clear. .....it's really about the power and authority of Caucasians and their ability to control and manipulate AfroAmerican morality and mentality. They pick and choose which parts of the Bible they accept and reject based on what White society accepts or rejects.
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    Gibran If not, then these same people are let go to terrorize you. When it comes to getting out of the joint, some convicts are RELEASED. Some are UNLEASHED! The ones that are unleashed are like rabid, mad dogs who have been chained to a stake, and once unleashed---they do damage. In fact, that is their intention. This in merely speculation on my part, but yeah, I know that it is possible I think this is more than mere speculation because I've noticed the same thing. I've noticed that they have let many people out of prision and into the 'hood who shouldn't have been. Many of them are clearly anti-social, mentally disturbed, and quite violent.....but they are released or as you say UNLEASED into society anyway. Which means decent peaceful socially oriented AfroAmerican men...in the name of defending themselves or loved ones are often FORCED to seriously injure or even kill these fools and risk ending up in prison themselves simply trying to solve a problem that the state made! So they'll kill 2 or 3 birds with one stone. What you said about an "ultimate moment for rehab" is profound. Despite all the brothers (and sisters) I know who have done serious bids you are the first one to drop that science. I hadn't heard of that concept of a "window" for rehabilitation before. You haven't been on this site long enough but from time to time I've mentioned that it is my believe that this society in the United States today was not designed by or for the benefit of AfroAmerican men. The laws, the food, the marriage customs, the expected behavior, ect.....all designed for the benefit of OTHER than AfroAmerican men; which is why so many AfroAmerican men keep finding themselves in trouble with the law, at work, with unemployment, with relationships, and even with eachother. But again, someone has to take the initiative to "reverse the hypnosis" as Lauryn Hill would say.
  13. Chev If you believe in Jesus, according to the Bible Jesus didn't come to eliminate or replace the law but to FULLFILL it. Now you may have YOUR list of unforgivable sins but the Mosaic Laws....many of which can be found in Leviticus.....are crystal clear on homosexuality and homosexuals themselves as well as how they should be punished. I don't ascribe to organized religion because my religion is TRUTH. So as far as I'm concerned homosexuality is a "normal abnormality" that doesn't deserve any type of punishment. But if I felt that a law was divinely issued, there would be no compromising or changing. I would hold fast to it and not try to hide it or ignore it simply to get along with or gain favor with the greater society like I see happening today with many religious people and their position on homosexuals.
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    Brother if you look at the name IS-RA-EL.......according to the Bible it means "He who fights God". According to scripture it was given to a man named Jacob after wrestling with a mysterious man one night. The first question is, if a person is attempting to fight or struggle with God....from which source is this opposition coming from if not Satan? The second question is, why would we as a people want to claim the identity of being descendants of those who fight against or rebel against the El/Elohim or "God"? It would seem to me that we would try to get as far away from THAT identity as possible and try to side with those who are on the SIDE of God and the other righteous!
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    Since the 60's you've had and still have AfroAmerican: MAYORS.... CONGRESSMEN/WOMEN....... POLICE OFFICERS...... DEPUTIES...... POLICE CHIEFS.... LAWYERS..... JUDGES.... PRISON GUARDS.... PRISON OFFICIALS.... My question is what are THESE AfroAmericans IN POWER doing to change to change those hellish conditions? I don't expect them to reform every single aspect of the entire system, but what or who is stopping them from organizing to clean up the jails, prisons, and other correctional instutions within THEIR sphere of influence? I've said time and time again, even on this very website...... This is a society of ORDER. Not necessarily of justice and morals....but of stucture and order. Intelligent people of any race aren't going to put up with the resulting savagery and chaos that would soon result from having no more police or jails. They will establish some system to maintain order and safety for themselves and their families. Just like I say if AfroAmericans understand the injustices and harm that comes from Caucasian police officers policing the Black community; if we as AfroAmericans don't like the prison industrial complex then we need to work on CHANGING it or establishing one of our own where we can send AfroAmerican criminals to be either punished and/or corrected instead of treated like chattle and slaves. Again, I know it's not very easy or very simple to do all of that.....my question is where is the EFFORT and DESIRE to profoundly change or replace the system from our Black officials who have the power to do so?