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"The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Emancipation"
03-14-2015, 07:15 AM
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RE: "The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Emancipation"
(03-14-2015 04:50 AM)LincolnToddFan Wrote:  Africans sold one another into slavery and they were hardly the first race to do so. Throughout the history of slavery this was quite common, and not because they all hated one another. It was quite simply BUSINESS. And why do you act as if Africans are the only race of people guilty of violence toward one another Kate? Are you quite serious?

Do you realize what is going on in Mexico and South America RIGHT NOW with their drug cartels?? What has happened in the Balkans with their "ethnic cleansing"? In parts of Southern Italy with the Mafia? In the Philippines with the Christians vs. their Muslim minorities? In Northern Ireland with Catholics vs. Protestant?

As for most rap music, no offense but Whites are bit players in the majority of it.."small potatoes" to borrow a phrase from The Godfather II.

Most of the venom is directed toward AA women who are called the most degrading names, usually of a sexual nature and other Black "n---gas". The White establishment does feature, but only in a minor way.

The idea that Whites are the target of most rap music is simply not true, despite what Americans are being told by Sean Hannity and the other asinine talking heads over at Fox News.

Why it isn't illegal probably has a lot to do with our Constitution. It protects free speech.

ETA: I have no idea what went on in the minds of the men who were violating their slaves, except maybe lust, power and entitlement, the mentality of all rapists no matter what race, color or creed. If you have other information I wish you'd enlighten us all.
I was hoping we could keep this discussion on an adult and civil level.

I am not assuming anything. You are the one who assumed it is white people alone who taught black people to hate themselves. I merely pointed out that some black people may have taught some other black people to hate themselves.

I do not listen to Fox News.

The Constitution protects free speech? That seems to be going by the wayside too.

Now I understand why rap music is so hateful to you. And instead of directing your venom against the black males who are degrading black females, you instead seem to be directing a good deal of it toward me.
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