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    Preach it, brother.

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    This preacher has some other interesting stuff on his website:

    The perpetuation of racism has had a catastrophic effect upon the Black community. It has lead to an intense hatred for white people that dominates the community and it's inhabitants. The problem with the Black man is between him and Almighty God.

    Slavery was simply a "bump in the road" of history, and racism is not our problem. The affirmative action groups do not know God or His power. Moreover, they continue to promote death through the teachings of racism and are unwilling to change, therefore, they must be removed from office.

    Black men must repent of erroneous thinking and humble themselves. Almighty God is very impressed with the act of repentance because it acknowledges the justice and righteousness of Him. You are no longer seeking to hide anything from Him, but rather choose to submit wholeheartedly to Almighty God.

    An act of humility by the African American community would be to honor The Civil War dead, pay tribute and honor them for their ultimate sacrifice - their lives. By thanking the white people who died so that Black people could be set free would serve as a signal that there has been a removal of hatred from our psyche.


    Another act of humility would be to recognize the name of Jefferson Davis as a duly elected president of the confederate states of America.


    Finally, allow Vicksburg, Mississippi, and other southern states to display their confederate flag on their lawns, state and office buildings, and over their capital buildings to remember their status as a sovereign nation of people.

    These acts of humility by the Black man will bring a great cleansing, healing, and restoration to the African American people. Additionally, they would demonstrate a belief and trust in Almighty God that hatred is not in us nor is the spirit of fear, thereby allowing the cloud of demons and curses to be removed off our lives.

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    The nation of Africa is facing tremendous obstacles that cannot be solved with money. We must remove the false leaders of the day like "The Magnificent Seven" - Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Bill Clinton, T.D. Jakes, Louis Farrakan, Don King, and Cornell West - and replace them with men and women who will repent, and preach righteousness, and truth.

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    Popeye is telling it like it should be but as far as I can see it will never happen.




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    19th century America was not the first civilaztion to enslave others. People need to get over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3/325 View Post
    19th century America was not the first civilaztion to enslave others. People need to get over it.
    Actually, we were the last. And the first to truly ban it.

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    I recall some time ago there was a crackpot theory going around that the reason blacks hated whites was due to 'latent' memories that allowed them to recognize the descendants of the whites who enslaved their ancestors.

    My opinion was that explained all the black-on-black violence, since they probably recognized the descendant of those who originally captured and enslaved their ancestors, then sold them, and continue to enslave their relatives to this day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    Actually, we were the last. And the first to truly ban it.

    Not true. Institutional slavery still happens in Africa, the Middleast and Asia. They just don't talk about it.
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    Ask the towel heads in Africa about. It's still a big busines there.




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    Quote Originally Posted by dogsoldier View Post
    Not true. Institutional slavery still happens in Africa, the Middleast and Asia. They just don't talk about it.
    Perhaps I should have been clearer. We were the last nation to the table, slave wise. Though that is probably because we were the youngest nation back then. The Indians had slavery so that might be reason to say America had it all along.

    The only way for an American black to be returned to slave status would be for them to leave the United States.

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