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#912 Feb 2, 2013
ashanti king wrote:
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No tribalism, I like my aa brothers and love my beautiful aa sisters. Just stating that noone is superior to another.
you have a very typical tribal (us .vs. them) mentality, king. very much like the other africans i know. this and their unsightly moon heads, are the reasons why i'm not too crazy bout africans.
Bigsmoke

Wakefield, UK

#913 Feb 2, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, i'm a little shocked at that. is she really royalty?...normally them african girls look for the first european man they can find. but it's nice...they make a beautiful couple.
Yeah she is royalty in Uganda.

Quote:
''Fort Portal — Princess Ruth Komuntale tied the knot on Saturday with her African-American beau Christopher Thomas in a colourful ceremony at St. John's Cathedral in Fort Portal witnessed by hundreds of guests and the king's subjects.''
Source:
http://allafrica.com/stories/201211170688.htm...

Lucky guy. They do make a beautiful couple still.

I saw a show here in the UK where royalty around the world were trying to hook up with a partner and there was this Ugandan royalty (princess) who was with this Caribbean descent man I think he was Jamaican.

From this I believe they, well the women generally prefer black men or maybe it's the Ugandan ones.

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#914 Feb 2, 2013
Bigsmoke wrote:
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My father abandoned me yet like Obama I acknowledge his background which makes me who I am today even though it's further removed than Obama's.
I strongly believe we inherit our behaviours from our recent ancestors like physical traits. So no matter who raised Obama his Kenyan side played a very significant role in making him who he is today.
No matter what you say Obama is a direct legacy of his dad.
i believe in pedigree. but obama's father wasn't the entire kenyan nation (assuming his father was actually kenyan, which some people doubt). i'm pretty sure kenya has its share of idiots.

though it is my understanding that the Luo are some of the smartest people in africa.

Level 1

Since: Feb 13

UK

#915 Feb 2, 2013
MrAnderson9 wrote:
Obviously Black Americans are the worldwide dominant black culture.
Just curious as to the populations of all the black cultures and the ones that are larger than black Americans.
Large groups of blacks from other cultures even with to merge into our culture.
Our women are the most beautiful of all black women as well, and our men are the strongest.
Also question to black Americans, why do we have such little interest in other groups of blacks when most of them look to us for culture, men and women to Merge with..etc?
And final question to black Americans, do you consider a relationship with a black person that is not black American an ir relationship?
I'm of Jamaican decent myself, born and raised in the UK. The only reason other black identify with African American culture is the same reason all people follow American culture in general, because it's the most dominate commercially. Nothing to do with being better and in my opinion, there is nothing really "black" about african american culture. Its like a white washed commericalised version of black culture. Oh and Ethiopian women are the most beautiful in my opinion as I find nothing sexy about a woman wearng horses hair for example.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#916 Feb 2, 2013
AgentSmith9 wrote:
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You have no proof of anything you say.
The only thing we both know is that you and others like you abandoned your cutlures and family.
simple as that.. Stop making shcit up and speculating and stick to the facts.
but he is right, African fathers are very good with their children. Even if the father and mother divorce, the father is always in the childrens lives. It is the way African men are brought up. That they are the responsiblity of the family.

I remember reading something like most AfroAmerican children are being raised by single mothers.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#917 Feb 2, 2013
Unique2 wrote:
African-Americans are superior to other blacks. This FACT can easily be proven, you simply talk about the greatness of African-Americans and the lack of contributions made by other blacks.
you live in the center of the universe, America. So by default you are a very exposed group to the world. By Default.
Kali

Indian Trail, NC

#918 Feb 2, 2013
Layla wrote:
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but he is right, African fathers are very good with their children. Even if the father and mother divorce, the father is always in the childrens lives. It is the way African men are brought up. That they are the responsiblity of the family.
I remember reading something like most AfroAmerican children are being raised by single mothers.
It's world wide known that african men r2pe their children and rape millions of children because they think it cures diseases. Nobody believes any of the positive things you say about Africa. We have no reason to.
Bigsmoke

Wakefield, UK

#919 Feb 2, 2013
DISASTER LOOMS wrote:
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i believe in pedigree. but obama's father wasn't the entire kenyan nation (assuming his father was actually kenyan, which some people doubt). i'm pretty sure kenya has its share of idiots.
though it is my understanding that the Luo are some of the smartest people in africa.
His dad was definitely a Kenyan man.

My point is regardless of whether he abandoned him or not he is still very significant to what Obama is today in the shape of 50% of his genetic makeup.

For example I am a great drawer who is good with maths who also has a passion in the built environment. These are things among others my mum tells me I got from my dad who was an economist and accountant. Not trying to brag but I know I could excel in those disciplines but I chose to peruse a career in the built environment.

Obama's dad went to Harvard University like himself and studied economics. I went to the exact same college as my dad even but like Obama and his dad on two different course.

Not saying all children but like me Obama clearly inherited most of his mind and abilities from his dad.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#920 Feb 2, 2013
Unique2 wrote:
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African-Americans have achieved more in the face of greater odds than any other group on the planet. If that isn't superiority then I don't know what is.
Not really.

When you have everything handed to you and put up on a high level I guess you are bound to make some success.

But even with that, one rarley hear about an AfroAmerican in in sciences or technology.

I mean just look at your main Black cities like Detroit, Newark, Compton, etc. Most of your AfroAmerican children can't even pass high school, let alone be able to contribute to science and technology.

Sure, we know you can dance and bounce a ball. Congratulations on that.
Unique2

Macon, GA

#921 Feb 2, 2013
Redefined wrote:
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I understand this but what if someone achieve great success without hardships, does this make them less superior??
Yes.

"I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has had to overcome while trying to succeed."- Booker T. Washington
Kali

Indian Trail, NC

#922 Feb 2, 2013
Layla wrote:
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Not really.
When you have everything handed to you and put up on a high level I guess you are bound to make some success.
But even with that, one rarley hear about an AfroAmerican in in sciences or technology.
I mean just look at your main Black cities like Detroit, Newark, Compton, etc. Most of your AfroAmerican children can't even pass high school, let alone be able to contribute to science and technology.
Sure, we know you can dance and bounce a ball. Congratulations on that.
What about Charlotte and Atlanta? Raleigh? etc?

You sound like a racist white person.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#923 Feb 2, 2013
Bigsmoke wrote:
@ BMT aka Bantu Limited
What are your thoughts on your Ugandan Princess (royalty) marrying an ''African American'' man?
http://www.monitor.co.ug/image/view/-/1621960...
http://www.ugandapicks.com/wp-content/uploads...
I don't blame him though she's one fine specimen looks like a doll.
It says quite a bit if your royalty, a fine one at that; seeks an ''African American'' guy as a husband.
Looking at the pics I could have sworn the AfroAmerican guy looks more "African" then the woman, lol.

I thought AfroAmericans looked different then Africans?

But she could have done much better. The guy isn't that attractive at all.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#924 Feb 2, 2013
Kali wrote:
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It's world wide known that african men r2pe their children and rape millions of children because they think it cures diseases. Nobody believes any of the positive things you say about Africa. We have no reason to.
That story comes from South Africa. Africa is a continent. African fathers are great fathers over all. I think some AfroAmerican fathers can take some notes.
ashanti king

Drexel Hill, PA

#925 Feb 2, 2013
DISASTER LOOMS wrote:
<quoted text>you have a very typical tribal (us .vs. them) mentality, king. very much like the other africans i know. this and their unsightly moon heads, are the reasons why i'm not too crazy bout africans.
No, I am not. I am far from being tribal. I have more friends from other countries of the world than I do have ghanaian or ashanti friends. My girlfriend is Liberian.
ashanti king

Drexel Hill, PA

#926 Feb 2, 2013
Kali wrote:
<quoted text>It's world wide known that african men r2pe their children and rape millions of children because they think it cures diseases. Nobody believes any of the positive things you say about Africa. We have no reason to.
Where u get that from. Few people in South Africa is now the voice of 1 billion people.
Bigsmoke

Wakefield, UK

#927 Feb 2, 2013
Layla wrote:
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Looking at the pics I could have sworn the AfroAmerican guy looks more "African" then the woman, lol.
I thought AfroAmericans looked different then Africans?
But she could have done much better. The guy isn't that attractive at all.
The ''African American'' guy looks central-west African which he clearly predominately descends from while the Ugandan princess looks like a Horner eg Ethiopian although she is central African Bantu.

Well I'll leave the judging guys looks to those who like men. I just think they make a beautiful couple.
ashanti king

Drexel Hill, PA

#928 Feb 2, 2013
Layla wrote:
<quoted text>Looking at the pics I could have sworn the AfroAmerican guy looks more "African" then the woman, lol.

I thought AfroAmericans looked different then Africans?

But she could have done much better. The guy isn't that attractive at all.
Me too. I was confuse on which one of them was african, so I did a research in it.
Layla

North Bay, Canada

#929 Feb 2, 2013
Bigsmoke wrote:
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His dad was definitely a Kenyan man.
My point is regardless of whether he abandoned him or not he is still very significant to what Obama is today in the shape of 50% of his genetic makeup.
For example I am a great drawer who is good with maths who also has a passion in the built environment. These are things among others my mum tells me I got from my dad who was an economist and accountant. Not trying to brag but I know I could excel in those disciplines but I chose to peruse a career in the built environment.
Obama's dad went to Harvard University like himself and studied economics. I went to the exact same college as my dad even but like Obama and his dad on two different course.
Not saying all children but like me Obama clearly inherited most of his mind and abilities from his dad.
Obama's dad was obviously very smart. And no doubt Obama gets his smarts and probably some of his personality from his Kenyan father.

My father is a physician and has always loved science. And just like him, myself and my other siblings are all in the sciences. My older brother is in medial school too. So we as children in general look up to and take on the same persona as our fathers especially.

AgentSmith9

“The Sun was high...”

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Since: Jun 10

and so was I

#930 Feb 2, 2013
Layla wrote:
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That story comes from South Africa. Africa is a continent. African fathers are great fathers over all. I think some AfroAmerican fathers can take some notes.
You don't know enough of either to make those ridiculous claims.
Unique2

Macon, GA

#931 Feb 2, 2013
Bigsmoke wrote:
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Individuals like ''Unique2'' will feel such a way just like individuals in the past would be willing to sell other people into slavery. Everyone's different.
That's life. In real life though these silly arguments have no bearing in the scheme of things.
It's not like ''Unique2'' can write anything else but his own personal accomplishments on his resume/CV.
This is why I like reality.
This is reality and no ones talking about selling anyone into slavery.

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