KIP

San Francisco, CA

#31 Jan 5, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
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You're the only f**king, DUMB A55, negress!
For the umpteenth time... Columbus DIDN'T call the natives of the Americas "Indians" because he thought he was in India! There was no such place as "India" in 1492! Present-day India and Pakistan were then divided up into a number of hindu-ruled kingdoms and muslim sultanates with peoples calling themselves Punjabis, Bengalis, Sikhs, Haryanas, Kashmiris, and others, and called the same by Europeans.
"Indians" is derived from the Latin word "indios" which means indigenous peoples or, literally, "people of God." The Spaniard and Portuguese explorers called almost every new society they encountered, "indios" (Indians).
When are these f**king liberal white and black history teachers gonna start teaching our children the truth instead of constant lies?
You a simple, beligerant, hate-ridden, ignoramus.

They ARE teaching truth. Have you even bothered to take a SINGLE class? It doesn't surprise me in the least that the only people whining about history being lies are people like you. Nothing you contribute seems credible because your ignorance is too loud.

We cannot validate your kind of "truths".

Level 1

Since: Apr 07

Broomfield, CO

#32 Jan 5, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the only f**king, DUMB A55, negress!
For the umpteenth time... Columbus DIDN'T call the natives of the Americas "Indians" because he thought he was in India! There was no such place as "India" in 1492! Present-day India and Pakistan were then divided up into a number of hindu-ruled kingdoms and muslim sultanates with peoples calling themselves Punjabis, Bengalis, Sikhs, Haryanas, Kashmiris, and others, and called the same by Europeans.
"Indians" is derived from the Latin word "indios" which means indigenous peoples or, literally, "people of God." The Spaniard and Portuguese explorers called almost every new society they encountered, "indios" (Indians).
When are these f**king liberal white and black history teachers gonna start teaching our children the truth instead of constant lies?
Then you need to take that up with your scholars! Otherwise! I don't think you know wtf you are talking about! What loser who apprently hates blacks, hangs out in an Afican American forum! You don't see a lot of blacks hanging out in the Klan websites! You all are obessessed with us! Why don't you all be honest about your hidden fetishes for black people!? You peole have issues! Such a vile and impotent species you are!

“Separating FACT from FICTION”

Since: Nov 07

Los Angeles, CA

#33 Jan 5, 2008
Racism goes hand in hand with low IQ and lack of education. Why would anybody be surprised to see the garbage spewed by this Sickle Cell dude? After all, hes white, poor, and uneducated. He is like most racists. What is REALLY comical is that he comes here, to the AA Forum, instead of going to StormFront or VNN where he belongs. Just about everyone here has him trumped in the intellect department.

Level 1

Since: Apr 07

Broomfield, CO

#34 Jan 5, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the only f**king, DUMB A55, negress!
For the umpteenth time... Columbus DIDN'T call the natives of the Americas "Indians" because he thought he was in India! There was no such place as "India" in 1492! Present-day India and Pakistan were then divided up into a number of hindu-ruled kingdoms and muslim sultanates with peoples calling themselves Punjabis, Bengalis, Sikhs, Haryanas, Kashmiris, and others, and called the same by Europeans.
"Indians" is derived from the Latin word "indios" which means indigenous peoples or, literally, "people of God." The Spaniard and Portuguese explorers called almost every new society they encountered, "indios" (Indians).
When are these f**king liberal white and black history teachers gonna start teaching our children the truth instead of constant lies?
BS! Don't come in here with your lies! Americans, regardless of skin color know the true history of this country and how it was founded! Did you get your education out of a Cracker Jack box?

Level 1

Since: Dec 07

Spokane, WA

#35 Jan 5, 2008
KIP wrote:
<quoted text>
You a simple, beligerant, hate-ridden, ignoramus.
They ARE teaching truth. Have you even bothered to take a SINGLE class? It doesn't surprise me in the least that the only people whining about history being lies are people like you. Nothing you contribute seems credible because your ignorance is too loud.
We cannot validate your kind of "truths".
Oh...[pauses with hand over mouth].
Maximen

AOL

#36 Jan 5, 2008
Its funny who the Jew yells out that everyone is racist, except them, they can be racist to the core, but we are not allowed to point it. Anways the Arab birth rates are very high. As for the Ethopian Jews they number in the thousands. Israel is actually build in a caste system, with Ashkenazis on the top, and the Ethopians on the bottom.

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/933907.ht...

Some 1,000 Ethiopian immigrants demonstrated in front of the Petah Tikva municipality on Wednesday, protesting what they termed racist discrimination against members of the community at the city's schools and kindergartens.

"Stop the racism," they shouted, while calling on Petah Tikva mayor Yitzhak Ohayon to resign. The protesters blocked several city streets.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert validated the sentiments of the Ethiopian community when he told the cabinet at the opening of its weekly meeting that "Ethiopian Jews' feeling that they have been wronged is not detached from reality, a reality that we must change."

Lets send them some seasoned negro whiners and instigators like we have here in America. About a million should do it. Israel would be in flames in less than a year.

Dats rite uh huh, dem hebrews be rasist and shheeeet. word.

What needs to be done to cure the Israelis of the disease of racism is much greater focus on educating young jews in the benefits and endless joys of multiculturalism and race-mixing. Young jewish girls need to break away from oppressive and primitive racist values instilled by their unenlightened elders and experience the black culture for themselves on an intimate level. Only through Love will jews learn that such racism is bad and the best form of love is inter-racial. Also, young jewish boys need to learn just how cool negroes are and should be imitated in every way, remember jewish kids, the more black you are the cooler you are , make friends with as many blacks as you can and encourage your sisters to date them, its the only way to escape the un-cool ideas your parents poisoned you with.
We wish ALL jews would learn to love negroes, plus, the fruits of that love in the offspring of jew and negro will be a lasting testament that Love triumphs over racists and those mixed-race kids are always prettier than someone who is just a jew or just a negro. Once the Israel society is thoroughly race-mixed, we can all rest assure that such vulgar example of racism will not be repeated and everyone, jew and black will be able to live in peace and love. Heck, the mixed race babies of jew-girls and black-guys will even be loving enough to include the Palestinians in the love-fest. So as we see race-mixing as the whole of the law is the only way for Israel to find peace and happiness.

Oh, come now! Israel does have a negro problem, and a very severe one I might add.

It doesn't have nearly enough of them!!!

Yes, it would be good to send all the blacks to Israel so they could protest in the lands of the people who really forced them into slavery.
Maximen

AOL

#37 Jan 5, 2008
And if the jew in Israel resist all the blacks, people should ostracize them as evil racists. Who did we learn that from?

But, the popular consensus with antis is ONLY White people can be racist. Therefore, Jews are exempt from any and all criticism. "The truth shall... be ignored at all costs. Amen."

Damn, the hypocrisy.
Shawn

Chino, CA

#39 Jan 5, 2008
Einstein's a Jew though....
Sickle Cell Sam

Troy, NY

#42 Jan 5, 2008
little richard wrote:
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ALBERT EINSTEIN
Plagiarist of the Century
Einstein plagiarised the work of several notable scientists in his 1905 papers on special relativity and E = mc2, yet the physics community has never bothered to set the record straight in the past century.
Another clueless motherf**ker...

Einstein never deliberately plagiarized anybody. This non-controversy arose a few years ago with respect to Einstein's use of a set of equations developed in 1899 by a Dutch physicist named H.A. Lorentz (1853-1928). These came to be known as the Lorentz transformation equations. Though designed for another purpose, both Einstein and Henri Poincare noted the Lorentz equations fit the theory they were developing to explain the Michaelson-Morley experiment (Lorentz had done thoretical on the same experiment). While initially there was some concern that Einstein did not credit Lorentz properly when he presented his paper in 1905, that was later rectified and physicists today recognize the pivotal role H.A. Lorentz played in the development of The Theory of Special Relativity.

Oh well, more bullsh!t shot to pieces.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#43 Jan 6, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
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Another clueless motherf**ker...
Einstein never deliberately plagiarized anybody. This non-controversy arose a few years ago with respect to Einstein's use of a set of equations developed in 1899 by a Dutch physicist named H.A. Lorentz (1853-1928). These came to be known as the Lorentz transformation equations. Though designed for another purpose, both Einstein and Henri Poincare noted the Lorentz equations fit the theory they were developing to explain the Michaelson-Morley experiment (Lorentz had done thoretical on the same experiment). While initially there was some concern that Einstein did not credit Lorentz properly when he presented his paper in 1905, that was later rectified and physicists today recognize the pivotal role H.A. Lorentz played in the development of The Theory of Special Relativity.
Oh well, more bullsh!t shot to pieces.
Absolutely correct...great post. Einstein, especially during his most prolific period, had a strong bent toward the theoretical, physical properties of the universe...he "could not be bothered" with the math, but was smart enough to know that he needed the language of the mathematicians to express (and develop) his theories.

Level 1

Since: Apr 07

Broomfield, CO

#44 Jan 6, 2008
Maximen wrote:
And if the jew in Israel resist all the blacks, people should ostracize them as evil racists. Who did we learn that from?
But, the popular consensus with antis is ONLY White people can be racist. Therefore, Jews are exempt from any and all criticism. "The truth shall... be ignored at all costs. Amen."
Damn, the hypocrisy.
That isn't what he meant!
Sickle Cell Sam

Troy, NY

#45 Jan 6, 2008
JohnnyQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Absolutely correct...great post. Einstein, especially during his most prolific period, had a strong bent toward the theoretical, physical properties of the universe...he "could not be bothered" with the math, but was smart enough to know that he needed the language of the mathematicians to express (and develop) his theories.
Thanks. And thanks for adding that very important point about mathematical languages.

Maybe one of these days the blacks on here will get tired of blabbering about race and sex and start a topic about Relativity. I'm sure you understand the implications of Einstein's theories. To call them "stranger than fiction" is an understatement. But they've yet to be proven wrong. And what they reveal about the nature of the cosmos is more fascinating, awe-inspiring and even more mystical than anything else I've ever encountered in my life.
Sickle Cell Sam

Troy, NY

#46 Jan 6, 2008
Ashland on the 14th wrote:
<quoted text>
BS! Don't come in here with your lies! Americans, regardless of skin color know the true history of this country and how it was founded! Did you get your education out of a Cracker Jack box?
For your information, fool, I have a BS in Chemistry. But I don't make a big deal about it like all you black "engineers." My real knowledge of life derives from my life experiences.

As for your other fake-ass assertion, I came to America as a "people of color" immigrant kid and I happen to LOVE this country and the ideals it stands for. And I wish you goddamn America-haters would f**king leave to make room for the good folks standing in lines in front of American embassies around the world every day from Mombasa to Mumbai to Manila trying to get visas to enter this great country.
Nubian Queen

West Chester, PA

#47 Jan 6, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
Another clueless motherf**ker...
Einstein never deliberately plagiarized anybody. This non-controversy arose a few years ago with respect to Einstein's use of a set of equations developed in 1899 by a Dutch physicist named H.A. Lorentz (1853-1928). These came to be known as the Lorentz transformation equations. Though designed for another purpose, both Einstein and Henri Poincare noted the Lorentz equations fit the theory they were developing to explain the Michaelson-Morley experiment (Lorentz had done thoretical on the same experiment). While initially there was some concern that Einstein did not credit Lorentz properly when he presented his paper in 1905, that was later rectified and physicists today recognize the pivotal role H.A. Lorentz played in the development of The Theory of Special Relativity.
Oh well, more bullsh!t shot to pieces.
You guys are to easy for somebody even with a highschool education. Einstien retired to his princeston home where he for the final 20 years of his life could not find a unification between gravity and electromagnetism. 20 years, and that was the brightest european mind you produced. The answer to the unification is the energy string theory. But ofcourse you probably have no idea what i am talking about, so go look it up on google.
Nubian Queen

West Chester, PA

#48 Jan 6, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
For your information, fool, I have a BS in Chemistry. But I don't make a big deal about it like all you black "engineers." My real knowledge of life derives from my life experiences.
As for your other fake-ass assertion, I came to America as a "people of color" immigrant kid and I happen to LOVE this country and the ideals it stands for. And I wish you goddamn America-haters would f**king leave to make room for the good folks standing in lines in front of American embassies around the world every day from Mombasa to Mumbai to Manila trying to get visas to enter this great country.
As far as the entire immigrant situation from Africa, this is how i feel about it as listed in REV.2:20-23 describing how babylon is seducing the children of God. As stated he has given her a space to repent. But her time is running out. All great empire's of the past once stood proud who enslaved our people, Rome,Greece,Babylon,Medes, Persians,etc....... and where are they now? The true people of God need their own homeland, the jews have one, where is ours?

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#50 Jan 7, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks. And thanks for adding that very important point about mathematical languages.
Maybe one of these days the blacks on here will get tired of blabbering about race and sex and start a topic about Relativity. I'm sure you understand the implications of Einstein's theories. To call them "stranger than fiction" is an understatement. But they've yet to be proven wrong. And what they reveal about the nature of the cosmos is more fascinating, awe-inspiring and even more mystical than anything else I've ever encountered in my life.
I absolutely agree. I could talk with you all day on this subject. Einstein was a "perfect storm" of a human being... his intuitive grasp of the Universe was almost 'otherworldly'. "Mystical" is a great adjective for it.

I'm blown away by the fact that, even though he couldn't fully "swallow" Quantum Theory, his science suggested it. I feel really let down that he didn't live another 100 years... because I'm convinced he'd have completed his Unified Field Theory to explain and delineate the borders between the relativistic world and the quantum one. Whattaguy.

If you haven't read Walter Issacson's biography on Einstein, I highly recommend it. It's just the right mix of science and humanity. I think you'd enjoy it.

“ the Crusher of Bigots”

Since: Jul 07

Self Proclaimed Scholar

#51 Jan 7, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
For your information, fool, I have a BS in Chemistry. But I don't make a big deal about it like all you black "engineers." My real knowledge of life derives from my life experiences.
As for your other fake-ass assertion, I came to America as a "people of color" immigrant kid and I happen to LOVE this country and the ideals it stands for. And I wish you goddamn America-haters would f**king leave to make room for the good folks standing in lines in front of American embassies around the world every day from Mombasa to Mumbai to Manila trying to get visas to enter this great country.
Guiderland, I have read SOME intellegent posts from you, and my advice is You soud IGNORANT when you say COON and all hat racist dribble. Trust me I don't hate America, I love America...and I hope to becom part of American Society( As an Architect).

Any way Lets make a deal...You stop saying Racist stuff and I will stop cussing out the racist whites and whites I don't agree with.

Any way....Eignstien IS MY LIFETIME...HERO!!!! Not just Childhood....He was and still is EVERY GEEKS HERO!!!

You know you are a Geek if you admire Eignstien.

“ the Crusher of Bigots”

Since: Jul 07

Self Proclaimed Scholar

#52 Jan 7, 2008
JohnnyQ wrote:
<quoted text>
I absolutely agree. I could talk with you all day on this subject. Einstein was a "perfect storm" of a human being... his intuitive grasp of the Universe was almost 'otherworldly'. "Mystical" is a great adjective for it.
I'm blown away by the fact that, even though he couldn't fully "swallow" Quantum Theory, his science suggested it. I feel really let down that he didn't live another 100 years... because I'm convinced he'd have completed his Unified Field Theory to explain and delineate the borders between the relativistic world and the quantum one. Whattaguy.
If you haven't read Walter Issacson's biography on Einstein, I highly recommend it. It's just the right mix of science and humanity. I think you'd enjoy it.
I have always liked Eighnstien becuase of the fact that as a Jewish American immigrant he became one of the most respected and admired people in history. Not only is his name synomynous with intelligent he proved being a minority and being opressed and hated as a "Race" you can rise to Respect.

“ the Crusher of Bigots”

Since: Jul 07

Self Proclaimed Scholar

#53 Jan 7, 2008
Sickle Cell Sam wrote:
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Actually, ugly dude, I did know about Einstein's sentiments on race, having read nearly every book available on his life. He was one of my boyhood heroes.
Here's something you might not know: Much of Einstein's social philosophy was derived from his admiration for and study of the works of Thorstein Veblen (1857-1929), the Norwegian-American economist and sociologist. Veblen believed human society would always involve conflict between vested interests and new forms developed out of an innate human tendency to manipulate and learn about the physical world in which we exist. He saw the "race problem" in America as a direct manifestation of that conflict and predicted equality of the races would eventually be achieved as more blacks became educated and questioned the racial status quo.
By the way, it was Veblen who coined the famous phrase "conspicuous consumption" to describe the acquisition and display of expensive items to attract attention to one's wealth or to suggest that one is wealthy. Hmmm... I wonder which race today is most guilty of conspicuous consumption?(HINT: begins with an 'n')
Lets hope that Veblin is right, Education is trully power.

Since: Dec 07

United States

#54 Jan 7, 2008
So? E= Mc bomb that killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people. Enstein at heart must have really hated humanity because he used his extraordinary genius to create a weapon that would kill alot of people.

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