Sigh, we all have African culture. It's an insult to humanity to assume that which developed after leaving Africa is more important than that which developed before leaving Africa.It's an insult to Africans, and humanity's intelligence in general, that you cannot perceive the difference between someone who has lived in Africa for a couple generations and someone with African heritage in their culture.
and I suppose all the White Americans you've met are exactly like all the white Europeans you've met...All the white South Africans I've ever known (spent quite a bit of time with one in Europe) have been the same thing as Europeans culturally. I knew a 3rd generation white Zimbabwean and - guess what... you'd never know by meeting him. Not the slightest difference between him and the Euros. A couple generations in Africa does not make one African.
Exactly which African culture is African culture?What kind of Euro moves to Africa and adopts African culture?! None. Get a ****ing clue.
Show me a white guy in sub-Sahara with a bone in his nose and a painted face worshiping a tree and practicing magic and then, perhaps, your side of the argument will have the slightest bit of evidence.
The culture that did not come from Europeans.Exactly which African culture is African culture?
This debate has become too stupid for me. I draw the line at nihilism.Sigh, we all have African culture.
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"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
Personally, I don't give a ****.
There is only one race...the human race.
Deciding a person's 'race' based on the melanin content of their skin is ignorant in the extremis, IMO.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
Irrespective of whatever degree you may or may not have, or where you may or may not have lived, you are entitled to your perspectives .. I have no desire to change anything you choose to believe.
It is that simple.
Last edited by BlackAsCoal; 12-10-13 at 11:37 AM.