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Re: “Is this love? Maybe not.

Yes, LOVE Willie Lynch Style!! In response to Derek Jennings self asked and answered question, Is this love? Maybe not. My answer would be, yes, this is Wille Lynchs love for descendants of slaves in the minds of these well respected African-Americans mentioned in his opinion article who profits or benefits from such criticisms of their own alleged brethren and our failures. However, according to Malcolm Berko in his published opinion article in the Durham Herald Sun of October 16, 2007, he and likewise thinking American-Americans are offended by the term African-Americans or any other substitutable ethnicity. Berko states, African-Americans are Americans first and of African ancestry last . . . and that goes for all of the other substitutable ethnicities as well. When American-Americans such as Bill Cosby and Clarence Thomas (who by coincidence just happens to be of Negroid ancestry) criticize the rest of us for our failures to rise up and out of the oppression we have endured the last four hundred years in America, they lack the truths to speak to us with love. Therefore, their words only further promote the works of Willie Lynchs doctrine and his love for us as descendents of Africans. To speak the truth with love for African descendents in America, both Mr. Cosby and Mr. Thomas need to read the Mis-education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson, the father of Negro history. Then, upon their acceptance of the true plights (the truth) of Negroes in America, can they speak to us with true love. The truth is real and a vision reality and fact. It is like the artwork on the page with the article. My grandsons see a vase or dish against a black background, but I see two people face to face creating the vase or dish image on a black background.

Posted by perspectus ii on 11/14/2007 at 12:19 PM

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