IM a Nigerian and i hate AA people

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#55 May 4, 2013
It seems that the only threads that ever gets light here ,are the negative insulting ones. People here only participate in these threads ,just to have a chance to attack another.

I for one am tired of all this fighting.

Why can't you all leave him with his hate.
It's his issue and not anyone elses.Allow naija boy to suffer with his own negative feelings ,and let him realize later that he was wrong.

Stop attacking him and giving him a reason to feel the way he feels.Make him feel stupid by not caring.
Phoenix

Houston, TX

#58 May 4, 2013
LovinLife1974 wrote:
<quoted text>and u do? why are u in texas? get your azz back where u belong
I was born in the USA. Now perhaps you should relocate to Africa.
peace

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#66 May 4, 2013
Naija boy wrote:
<quoted text>AAs deserve that hatred from the white folks..
How often do you encounter AA's in the UK?

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#68 May 4, 2013
Naija boy wrote:
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I respect all my carib people and my mum is from Dominican Republic anyway so is cool, but the word "AA" really piss me off anytime i hear it.
some people say i look domnician...lol

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#72 May 4, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
The thing about africans is, they need to really build something in that continent. But before they can do that they need to have the confidence in themselves that they can do it and not try to always emulate the white. They have to really and truly believe that their culture is a valid, legitimate culture. But a lotta africans are so lacking in self-confidence and pride in themselves, it's like they just don't believe in themselves. That's what hurts them more than anything else...
I have to admit, they have been a few more observers who have mentioned the same thing. I don't understand though when exactly Africans seem less confident in themselves. Examples would certainly be helpful.

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#74 May 4, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
... But a lotta africans are so lacking in self-confidence and pride in themselves, it's like they just don't believe in themselves. That's what hurts them more than anything else. THis is why african americans are the idols of blacks all over the world. Because african americans have the confidence and the belief in ourselves that allowed us to change the world. If african americans were a larger population or the majority in america, america would still be leading the world in every way.
African American pop and rapstars, basketball players and actors seem to resonate with a lot of Africans. However, there is still no known evidence available at least to me, that supports the claim that African Americans are viewed as idols by Africans or people of African descent globally.

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#76 May 4, 2013
Naija boy wrote:
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You AAs are not cowards when it comes to crimes... RIGHT? You such a fool and i feel sorry for your mum.
I feel sorry for you hater.
keeper

South San Francisco, CA

#81 May 4, 2013
Naija boy wrote:
<quoted text>You AAs disappointed Martin King for all is hard work and yet you scums still act like fools with big balls but no brains attach to it. let list the fact about AA culture ie

1) AAs music is bad
2) AAs dress like criminals
3) AAs talk like uneducated people
4) AAs always on crimes
5) AAs always do drugs

Come on... what more can i say to you fools to understand my point of view towords AAs punks.
What do you have to say about this?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22429...
http://premiumtimesng.com/news/109142-us-citi...

Not any better.....

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#83 May 4, 2013
We hate you just as much.

See?? No harm, no foul :)

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#84 May 4, 2013
The Naji person is a white troll stirring up trouble, please stop buying into this

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#85 May 4, 2013
Tam wrote:
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Keep fooling yourself. I don't know which Africans you speak of but these are not the Africans I know or associate with. The richest black people in the world are Back Africans, not Black Americans and certainly not Black Caribbeans, both of which are not pure bloods but black imposters. So don't get uppity and rise above your status. You are the unwanted in your society. Your moral bankruptcy knows no bounds, and in plurality, you despise yourselves more than any blacks in the entire history of black people on Planet Earth as I have catalogued in this thread : http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/T7RSIT6H17OS0... . I in no way excuse Africa's problems, but in generality, there is one thing we Africans share, and that is honour and dignity. Even the poorest African on the verge of death with his/her family would use everything they have to ensure that if they have to die, they at least die with dignity. Don't rise above your status when your own community has inflicted self annihilation. I don't know what Black American "confidence" you speak of. You hate yourselves so much that you want to breed yourselves out of existence, hence race mixing and a deliberate promotion of race mixing in your backward society, never mind the gender war that has poisoned your community. You hate yourselves so much that you are jealous of the mix breeds you produce (which is ironic) hence the advent of "team dark skin / team light skin" and "good hair and bad hair" - which has poisoned cyberspace. If you are going to lie to Africans about your moral bankruptcy and pretend otherwise, at least show some objectivity. I give you credit though. If at anytime I think of American culture, it is Black American culture that comes to mind, not White American trashy culture, who are nothing more than descendants of serfs from Europe, kicked out from the fields by their European lords and masters. If they are not descendants of peasants, they are nothing more than descendants of criminals just like their Australian counterparts. You Yanks have a high opinion of yourselves which is duly unwarranted.
You wrong. First of all, it's true that african americans have a light-skin vs dark-skin complex. But that goes even double for africans. Africans have much bigger complex about light skin than african americans do. Secondly, if you look at africans that live in america and europe, they ALL date exclusively white. You see these africans walking around with their noses up in the air because they have a wm or ww...fkin ridiculous.

Sure, african americans have our own complexes etc. And a lot of you africans seem to think all african americans do is rap and play basketball. But african americans were the ones who brought about civil rights after decades and centuries of struggle. African americans were the ones who blazed that trail and other trails in equal rights and recognition for all blacks in terms of education, labor, law, housing and the law. Africans come to america and enjoy all these civil rights and privileges take it all for granted like it was always there for them. They have no fkin clue where it all came from, so, like ignoramuses, they give credit to the white and disregard the black by callin us basketball players, rappers and drug dealers. That just makes african americans think africans are stupid and ungrateful.

Thing is, there's a lotta places in africa that STILL don't have civil rights. That's why y'all leave your own country where you were born, to move to the west. So, I don't get how africans are gonna talk sh8t about anybody when y'all don't even have your own sh8t together.

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#86 May 4, 2013
DeeQueen wrote:
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African American pop and rapstars, basketball players and actors seem to resonate with a lot of Africans. However, there is still no known evidence available at least to me, that supports the claim that African Americans are viewed as idols by Africans or people of African descent globally.
Sure, our basketball stars and rapstars resonate. But how about the fact that as africans, y'all can come here and enjoy equal rights and civil rights and more rights than you have back in your countries in africa? Does that resonate too?...maybe y'all should show some appreciaton for MLK and Malcolm X and all the other civil rights leaders that made it possible for you to come here and go to school and enjoy the privileges and rights all americans enjoy all the while y'll disrespect us african americans that made it possible for you by disrespecting our history and culture. yeah, y'all countries have a long history...thousands of years old. But it took african americans to show y'all the way. We are the real leaders of the blck world. Everytime you meet an african they don't even want to admit they from africa. I asked this onen african dude if he was a muslim and he got all mad at me. Like there's really something wrong with being muslim and like there's no millions of black africans who are muslims. That's what I mean africans lack self-confidence. They too busy tryna get love from white people to have any love for themselves. That's a recipe for failure. That's people that will NEVER achieve anything. Like garvey said, a bm with no confidence is twice lost. If you don't love yourself and respect your own culture, you will fail miserably. Africans have no confidence in themselves and the whole world sees it.

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#88 May 5, 2013
@Desmond Sandiford

I respect your opinion, I just don't agree with it at all! Without Kwame Nkrumah fighting for independence, the civil rights struggle will have taken a different path. Sometimes we don't see how other events directly impact our struggles in America. You make the assumption that every African nation represses it's citizens, and I would honestly say it's the opposite. I felt more free in Africa than I've ever felt in America. Now I'm not saying that they're places where people are repressed, however, by and large, it's not as bad as you think. We share the same history, just different players, meaning, they had their own struggles the same time we had ours, lets not get into an argument about who had it the worst. As Africans we all are facing the same issues and problem's. You thinking we are better then them, and them thinking they are better than us, will not get us anywhere. We need ro see that, better yet, we need to understand that! We are no more leading the world as blacks, then any other black group anywhere in the world. You are speaking as if you're a white man talking down to his subjects, that brother is totally unnecessary. If you're black, then we are all suffering together, we are all victims of white supremacy!
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South San Francisco, CA

#89 May 5, 2013
DeeQueen wrote:
I think attai1, Dkanela, Bakari and Dreadman among others once mentioned here on Topix something like 'the rise of Africa will magnify the importance of people of African descent world-wide'. But If a majority of Africans hate African Americans and vice versa, who will unite to develop Africa....and will these people ever be 'great'?
It will have to be Africans and people from the Caribbean.

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#90 May 5, 2013
dkanela wrote:
@Desmond Sandiford
I respect your opinion, I just don't agree with it at all! Without Kwame Nkrumah fighting for independence, the civil rights struggle will have taken a different path. Sometimes we don't see how other events directly impact our struggles in America. You make the assumption that every African nation represses it's citizens, and I would honestly say it's the opposite. I felt more free in Africa than I've ever felt in America. Now I'm not saying that they're places where people are repressed, however, by and large, it's not as bad as you think. We share the same history, just different players, meaning, they had their own struggles the same time we had ours, lets not get into an argument about who had it the worst. As Africans we all are facing the same issues and problem's. You thinking we are better then them, and them thinking they are better than us, will not get us anywhere. We need ro see that, better yet, we need to understand that! We are no more leading the world as blacks, then any other black group anywhere in the world. You are speaking as if you're a white man talking down to his subjects, that brother is totally unnecessary. If you're black, then we are all suffering together, we are all victims of white supremacy!
How did nkrumah influence the civil rights movement?
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#92 May 5, 2013
This is one of those bait threads. The OP is trying to stir up things between AA's & Africans. Because the OP is dissing AA's they are now dissing Africans. The OP wanted this reaction.This thread should be ignored and let the OP & the racist whites continue. It will eventually die down.

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#97 May 5, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
<quoted text>Sure, our basketball stars and rapstars resonate. But how about the fact that as africans, y'all can come here and enjoy equal rights and civil rights and more rights than you have back in your countries in africa? Does that resonate too?...maybe y'all should show some appreciaton for MLK and Malcolm X and all the other civil rights leaders that made it possible for you to come here and go to school and enjoy the privileges and rights all americans enjoy all the while y'll disrespect us african americans that made it possible for you by disrespecting our history and culture. yeah, y'all countries have a long history...thousands of years old. But it took african americans to show y'all the way. We are the real leaders of the blck world. Everytime you meet an african they don't even want to admit they from africa. I asked this onen african dude if he was a muslim and he got all mad at me. Like there's really something wrong with being muslim and like there's no millions of black africans who are muslims. That's what I mean africans lack self-confidence. They too busy tryna get love from white people to have any love for themselves. That's a recipe for failure. That's people that will NEVER achieve anything. Like garvey said, a bm with no confidence is twice lost. If you don't love yourself and respect your own culture, you will fail miserably. Africans have no confidence in themselves and the whole world sees it.
All this is relevant and much appreciated, of course. my point though was on the idea of African Americans being idols for 'Africans' all over the world, which sounded more like a wild exaggeration to me. I doubt for instance that the 1billion African people on the continent at least, actually engage with those historical heroes and details that you have described. This is not to argue that they are not significant, but only to underline that their significance is contextual. Africans in USA may need to appreciate those more than Africans on the continent, a completely different context. Thank you for responding to my question on Africans' lack of self-belief.

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#98 May 5, 2013
by the way, playing basketball, acting and rapping are all challenging and dignified professions or activities in my view. There is nothing wrong or inferior about them...If I could go back to my teenage years, I would focus more on acting.
ashanti king

Philadelphia, PA

#99 May 5, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
The thing about africans is, they need to really build something in that continent. But before they can do that they need to have the confidence in themselves that they can do it and not try to always emulate the white. They have to really and truly believe that their culture is a valid, legitimate culture. But a lotta africans are so lacking in self-confidence and pride in themselves, it's like they just don't believe in themselves. That's what hurts them more than anything else. THis is why african americans are the idols of blacks all over the world. Because african americans have the confidence and the belief in ourselves that allowed us to change the world. If african americans were a larger population or the majority in america, america would still be leading the world in every way.
Not just Africans, blacks in general including aas.
ashanti king

Philadelphia, PA

#100 May 5, 2013
Naija boy wrote:
<quoted text>You AAs disappointed Martin King for all is hard work and yet you scums still act like fools with big balls but no brains attach to it. let list the fact about AA culture ie

1) AAs music is bad
2) AAs dress like criminals
3) AAs talk like uneducated people
4) AAs always on crimes
5) AAs always do drugs

Come on... what more can i say to you fools to understand my point of view towords AAs punks.
My man stop hating, give credit where credit is due.

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