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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

fucc white poverty. that sh*t aint' the same. I can't watch this right now. I'll go to bed mad.

LOL, they have some nerve, don't they? But do watch. It's very instructive.

Ps: I adore Desmond Tutu. He tells it like it is. That line was priceless.

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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

yes mixed race people are considered coloureds in he bottom half of africa

we were separated and treated worse than coloureds

we've explained the use of that word before

whats the name of those settlements that mixed blacks were separated and forced to live in?..

we?
Youre mixed Fro?

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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

this is like bizzaro world

Not if you understand how apartheid was constructed. You have to hand them to these whites, they are clever in the art of mind fucc. So many parallels to be drawn with the African diaspora.

you really think i dont understand apartheid

Huh, ok. Didn't mean to offend you. I assumed you made the comment because the colored guy looks  pretty much like a black guy (which he is in my book). It's all good.

bizzaro world was a comic book reference about a world were everything is the opposite.  it was just a joke

Oh, ok. Gotcha. The reference went over my head.
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no im not

no devil blood in my blood line

not now not never

you're talking about reservations
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@ 23:00 colored man is pissedLOL
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

no im not

no devil blood in my blood line

not now not never

you're talking about reservations


no, thats US....there's another name for it in SA
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it was still called reservations out there as well
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if the US ever divided blacks into black and colored the black community would drop down to 2% with all the people jumping shipLOL
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

if the US ever divided blacks into black and colored the black community would drop down to 2% with all the people jumping shipLOL

I hope you guys never lose that strength. Because it is a strength, in my opinion, even though it was birthed in ugly circumstances
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 The Bantu Homelands Act. Through this law, the white government declares that the lands reserved for black Africans are independent nations. In this way, the government strips millions of blacks of their South African citizenship and forces them to become residents of their new "homelands." Blacks are now considered foreigners in white-controlled South Africa, and need passports to enter. Blacks only enter to serve whites in menial jobs.

The homelands are too small to support the many people in them. In Soweto, for example, seventeen to twenty people live in a four-room house.


1651: Dutch settlers arrive in South Africa. In 1756, they import slaves from West Africa, Malaysia, and India, establishing the dominance of whites over non-whites in the region. 

· 1700s: Riding on horseback and covered wagons, Dutch farmers (called Boers) migrate across land inhabited by Bantu and Khoi peoples. Armed with shotguns, the Boers seize land used by the tribes for cattle and sheep grazing -- the basis of their economy. Without land, the tribes must work on Boer farms to support themselves. 

· 1810s: British missionaries arrive and criticize the racist practises of the Boers. They urge the Boers to treat the Africans more fairly. Boers justify their practises in the belief that they are superior to Africans. 

· 1867: Diamond mining begins in South Africa. Africans are given the most dangerous jobs, are paid far less than white workers, and are housed in fenced, patrolled barracks. Oppressive conditions and constant surveillance keep Africans from organizing for better wages and working conditions. 




Sigh. I cannot. Cannot just "move on" from atrocities such as this. 
I dont walk around angry @ whites, but i will never, ever trust them. I think at the drop of a dime, if they could go back to dehumanising blacks widescale, they would.



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