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>Yes, my friend, I knew eventually you'd come to understand that there is nothing rational in the thinking of racists. You'd be well advised to ignore them.
P: You are exactly on point with me. How Thomas ignors evidence, and yet is able to glorify similar and even lesser aspects that he believes point to white greatness (i.e. cave painting, using black rock in 32K BC, vs cave painting in 43K B.C. using red ochre paint...it seems to me that the use of colored paint would be more advanced then black rock drawings. Furthermore, the lack of the presence of "mental eminence" among cro-magnon and neanderthal (caucasoids) precludes that they would have done the painting in those times. All points to his condition as articulated by Bobby Wright.
>There is a new age dawning, Africans are beginning to realize that they are indeed different from the rest of the genus Homo. We were the first sentient beings on the planet and we shall be last.
P:I agree. I have understood for sometime that our spiritual unfoldment is leading us to a different horizon that others. We are nearer that time of change than ever before.
>Our next hurdle; to eradicate the assimilation sycophants from the ranks of leadership in the African community. Then like I posted before Africans must be ready and willing to pluck out that offending eye.
P: Hurdle indeed...to say the least. However, I think we'll be ok. We've got some SERIOUSLY powerful brothers and sisters ready to do what's necessary.
Be careful though, our struggle is more idealogical and than material/physical..."For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." If we embrace the right thinking, our enemies shall be defeated. When we elevate ourselves according to truth, the lies of the wicked are done away with.
For example, if I said to you, "Come on, I want to take you to Mars". You wouldn't believe me, my lies wouldn't compel you to follow me. But, if I said, "Come on over to my place", you would recognize the semblance and possibility of truth and may follow. Unless there's a semblance and possibility of truth in a lie, it isn't effective. So, as we remove the "semblance and possibility" of truth in the lies we've been told, we will cause the "assimilation sycophants" to change direction.
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