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im black and british for starters and im glad im not afro american because they seem to have it alot worse in the states, whites over there just appear less tolerant and racist then the typically more open minded white brit. i have been to miami and the atmosphere when blacks and whites were together in a room was very intense and uncomfortable, i've never felt anything like it. its strange that in the US they have all black neighbourhoods because in Britain, its either all white or mixed. why aren't we called afro-british? i prefer black british anyway but im just curious why there is afro-americans and not black american as a category to define ethnicity.
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rony wrote:
im black and british for starters and im glad im not afro american because they seem to have it alot worse in the states, whites over there just appear less tolerant and racist then the typically more open minded white brit. i have been to miami and the atmosphere when blacks and whites were together in a room was very intense and uncomfortable, i've never felt anything like it. its strange that in the US they have all black neighbourhoods because in Britain, its either all white or mixed. why aren't we called afro-british? i prefer black british anyway but im just curious why there is afro-americans and not black american as a category to define ethnicity.
i'm about to call you troll since you came with this divided title that means:blacks british VS afro-americans.
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rony wrote:
im black and british for starters and im glad im not afro american because they seem to have it alot worse in the states, whites over there just appear less tolerant and racist then the typically more open minded white brit. i have been to miami and the atmosphere when blacks and whites were together in a room was very intense and uncomfortable, i've never felt anything like it. its strange that in the US they have all black neighbourhoods because in Britain, its either all white or mixed. why aren't we called afro-british? i prefer black british anyway but im just curious why there is afro-americans and not black american as a category to define ethnicity.
Black people in the Uk are no trouble really
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American blacks are different than any others in the world mostly because they've been inbred for centuries to be slaves. Selective breeding of our slave stock was used to accentuate desireable traits and de-emphasize their less desireable ones.

That's why America blacks are particularly dumb and brutish. They were bred to be pack animals and follow orders.
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Rony -- I have been to Britain many times and interacted with black Brits. There is a HUUUGE difference.
Black Brits are generally not the lazy, dumb, thuggish, loud, destructive, addicted, diseased parasites our own feral slave descendants are.
Added to that, the black population in Britain is much lower and generally concentrated in two large metro areas -- London and Manchester.
My wife is from Bristol and we have traveled back several times in the last 6 years. Even in that larger city we rarely see a colored.
Here in America, many of our formerly-great cities have been destroyed by these feral apes (present company excepted). Detroit, Philly, Newark, Gary (IN), Chicago, Atlanta, Orlando, and the ghettos surrounding our own capital, Washington DC.
Rony, this is the truth that our own Negroes refuse to acknowledge: the 87% non-black population is seething. Race relations are NOT "getting better". They are much worse than they've ever been in my 36 years.
Of course, there are exceptions to the rule. I have come across a few good and decent blacks over the years, people I am proud to have as a fellow America.
However, that is a rare find, especially these days.
grahami live in bristol and im black, there is a large black community, and some inner city areas, the difference is , the government in america hates black people

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rony wrote:
im black and british for starters and im glad im not afro american because they seem to have it alot worse in the states, whites over there just appear less tolerant and racist then the typically more open minded white brit. i have been to miami and the atmosphere when blacks and whites were together in a room was very intense and uncomfortable, i've never felt anything like it. its strange that in the US they have all black neighbourhoods because in Britain, its either all white or mixed. why aren't we called afro-british? i prefer black british anyway but im just curious why there is afro-americans and not black american as a category to define ethnicity.
lol agreed america looks harsh
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black fellow wrote:
<quoted text>i'm about to call you troll since you came with this divided title that means:blacks british VS afro-americans.
Plus this "british" poster is from the US
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"Black Brits are generally not the lazy, dumb, thuggish, loud, destructive, addicted, diseased parasites our own feral slave descendants are"

your a dick

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pn2cladelover wrote:
"Black Brits are generally not the lazy, dumb, thuggish, loud, destructive, addicted, diseased parasites our own feral slave descendants are"
your a dick
Maybe none of those things, but YOUR ignorance should probably be added to the list so that YOU'RE sure to be counted with uneducated AAs.
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rony wrote:
im black and british for starters and im glad im not afro american because they seem to have it alot worse in the states, whites over there just appear less tolerant and racist then the typically more open minded white brit. i have been to miami and the atmosphere when blacks and whites were together in a room was very intense and uncomfortable, i've never felt anything like it. its strange that in the US they have all black neighbourhoods because in Britain, its either all white or mixed. why aren't we called afro-british? i prefer black british anyway but im just curious why there is afro-americans and not black american as a category to define ethnicity.
I agree with you,I find that the american whites are extrememly racist and in your face with their racism far worse then the english who tend to be more reserved and underground therefore its less obvious.

I think many british who are black love the term more then they would if its afro-british because 1. being born in the country the label validates that and you feel more worthy because you was born there but many have never been to africa in their lives,have no association with africa and have no plans to go there,plus there is tension with certain individuals in the black culture amongst africans and dont feel african in any way.

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<quoted text>I agree with you,I find that the american whites are extrememly racist and in your face with their racism far worse then the english who tend to be more reserved and underground therefore its less obvious.
I think many british who are black love the term more then they would if its afro-british because 1. being born in the country the label validates that and you feel more worthy because you was born there but many have never been to africa in their lives,have no association with africa and have no plans to go there,plus there is tension with certain individuals in the black culture amongst africans and dont feel african in any way.
i agree 100%.. you guys don`t feel african and we don`t see you as africans culture really plays a big part
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AxeMeAnythlng wrote:
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Maybe none of those things, but YOUR ignorance should probably be added to the list so that YOU'RE sure to be counted with uneducated AAs.
why am i ignorant???????
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anon wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you,I find that the american whites are extrememly racist and in your face with their racism far worse then the english who tend to be more reserved and underground therefore its less obvious.
I think many british who are black love the term more then they would if its afro-british because 1. being born in the country the label validates that and you feel more worthy because you was born there but many have never been to africa in their lives,have no association with africa and have no plans to go there,plus there is tension with certain individuals in the black culture amongst africans and dont feel african in any way.
we didnt have afro british, we use afro carribbean

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anon wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you,I find that the american whites are extrememly racist and in your face with their racism far worse then the english who tend to be more reserved and underground therefore its less obvious.
I think many british who are black love the term more then they would if its afro-british because 1. being born in the country the label validates that and you feel more worthy because you was born there but many have never been to africa in their lives,have no association with africa and have no plans to go there,plus there is tension with certain individuals in the black culture amongst africans and dont feel african in any way.
You are clueless ain ya,

Africans with british citizenship who are born in the U.K will always feel worthy and do not deny their Africaness,in doing that they deny themselves

We know who we are and do not suffer from inferiority complex and low self-esteem

They have African parents,heritage,culture,langu age and food and the fact that they live in the were raised in the U.K will not change that,they also still have extended family members that still live on the African continent

I know this because I am a 2nd generation british citizen and an African,it is my dna

You are clearly confusing Africans with carribeans

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i agree 100%.. you guys don`t feel african and we don`t see you as africans culture really plays a big part
ignore this nincompoop,how can anyone deny their culture with African parents

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ignore this nincompoop,how can anyone deny their culture with African parents
i thought anon was talking about carribeans you know the ones that don`t know where in africa they come from. thats why i said i don`t see them as africans,but if yuo know where your from and you have relatives living there then yeah you can`t deny because thats who u r i agree with you
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are white americans the ones decended from britain tht much different from the current british people????

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i thought anon was talking about carribeans you know the ones that don`t know where in africa they come from. thats why i said i don`t see them as africans,but if yuo know where your from and you have relatives living there then yeah you can`t deny because thats who u r i agree with you
She is refering to the Africans born in the U.K and those African immigrants born on the African continent

Carribeans are NOT Africans,that boat sailed long ago
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drugsaredumb wrote:
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i thought anon was talking about carribeans you know the ones that don`t know where in africa they come from. thats why i said i don`t see them as africans,but if yuo know where your from and you have relatives living there then yeah you can`t deny because thats who u r i agree with you
THANK YOU.
I was talking about carribeans obviously the bright spark did not pick that up lol
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Auspy wrote:
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She is refering to the Africans born in the U.K and those African immigrants born on the African continent
Carribeans are NOT Africans,that boat sailed long ago
Let me make myself clear because you have rather foolishly percieved my comment the wrong way.
I was talking about carribean people, if you look at the starting post,the comment was that he preferred being black british as opposed to afro-british,afro- carribeans does not apply to all black because not all blacks are african and carribean and so many prefer the term black british.
And as I stated many black born to carribean parents do not have any links or associations with africa so to class theirselves as afro-british would feel wrong.

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