Jamaica Church Leaders Rally For Anti-Sodomy Law

Jun 23, 2013 Full story: EDGE 120

Several church pastors in Jamaica led a revival meeting Sunday to oppose efforts to overturn the Caribbean country's anti-sodomy law and turn back what they see as increasing acceptance of homosexuality.

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“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#89 Jun 25, 2013
Neither source denies santeria's presence in jamaica. Random citation doesn't prove your assertion, twit. Santeria's practitioners are not limited to cuba and the united states. You have nothing that proves otherwise.

America isn't a latin america country, and it's still here. Move on, or submit your proof that you are an expert on jamaica.
Blacktigershark wrote:
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http://www.mojomoon.net/santeria.html
http://shadowcouncil.tumblr.com/post/75617314...
STILL nothing from you, cpeter1313? Now THAT'S what I call PATHETIC...you ran your mouth, you had nothing to back up your position, and now you got nothing but lame comebacks, when you are shown up with FACTS!
In briefly taking a look at Santeria, it seems as if Santeria originated in Cuba, and spread to Latin American countries through Nigerian Yoruba slaves in Spanish colonies. Santeria was discovered and then outlawed in many countries, including Cuba, where it originated. Recently, there has been a growing acceptance of Santeria in Cuba, for many inexplicable reasons, however that may be the GROWTH in Santeria that you are talking about in the Caribbean.
If you didn't know already, Jamaica is NOT a Latin American country, where their citizens speak Spanish...The British conquered the Spanish in Jamaica, and sent them running out of Jamaica for good. One explanation for why Santeria did not flourish in Jamaica, as you CLAIM it did, cpeter1313! Second reason is that Obeah is what Igbo Nigerian slaves practiced in British settlements...and guess what? Jamaica became an ENGLISH settlement in the 1600's! What the shit, eh cpeter1313?
Glad that I could SCHOOL you on something, kid...now stay away from those little boys, cp...don't need to find yourself doing another 3 year bit for diddling, right?
:D

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#90 Jun 25, 2013
Your source indicates that obeah and santeria are the same faith. So either the source is wrong, or it is in jamaica.

Chuckles, I have no problem speaking my mind in public; never have.

Why am i supposed to accept a canuck as an authority on jamaica? Let me guess; you took a budget tour several years ago, right?
Blacktigershark wrote:
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Maybe this link will help you, since you don't like Wikipedia...LOL!
http://scholar.library.miami.edu/slaves/Relig...
Oh...and don't think that I talk the way I do because I can't see you. It is within your right to fly up to Edmonton International Airport, and use the wifi there to shout back at me that you there, and call me out to see how I would talk back to you in your face, kid...guaranteed, you getting off easy on this forum...when it comes to somebody talking how they do, because they hide under the protection of anonymity, you should be looking in the mirror kid, because it's YOU that's shook to death of speaking loud when you met up with those that you seek to lip off over the internet, troll!

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#92 Jun 25, 2013
USUALLY? Yeah, let's go somewhere where, chances are, we might not be attacked for being gay. There's a selling point...

Nothing locally will change until there is an impact on the travel bucks received by visitors. The jamaican authorities have to change the laws(and enforce those laws) in order to win the trust of visitors.
Blacktigershark wrote:
USUALLY, tourists are treated differently...they are usually treated as royalty, no matter their sexual orientation. For the most part, you would not have an issue in most of those countries (can't really speak for Mexico now, however, I would not say that it is because you are being DIRECTLY targeted, because of your sexual orientation!).
The issue comes in where it comes to the treatment of local LGBT citizens of these countries. They just want an opportunity to live, just like everybody else. This is the cry for equality that I can listen to. Rather than saying that you wouldn't spend money on ungrateful morons like that, Curteese, how about you SUPPORT your LGBT communities in those countries, huh? You could get sand and sea in many of these tropical destinations, and make it a point to make contact with the gay activist organization in that country, to make sure that your monies and contributions are actually HELPING the LGBT locals in these countries, so that they may be able to legally establish themselves sometime soon, so as that they are not condemned to only eating turtles and chewing grass, right Curteese? Or would you rather blog from Florida and Hawaii, making the claim that all these other people that seemingly don't acknowledge LGBT citizens in their countries should go to hell, when you actually are doing THE SAME THING, when you choose to ignore the plight of the LGBT citizens in the countries you seek to avoid?
You not hurting anybody by staying away from those countries, outside the local LGBT persons you CLAIM to love when you do so, Curteese. Same goes for all the other LGBT bigots out there doing the SAME thing you are doing, Curteese...you know who you are (cpeter1313)!
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martinique french island

UK

#93 Jun 25, 2013
I plan to visit one day. I did Barbados which was nice but i'd like to see Jamaica.
I'm a big Sizla and Capleton fan but doubt I could safely see them perform in Jamaica

yes...
caribbean and proud

UK

#94 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Obeah is homed in trinidad and tobago, not jamaica (where it's illegal). Santeria began in cuba but has exported to other areas, from america to jamaica. I have connections both the santeran and vudu communities; you have a big mouth and nothing to back it up.
This is how you talk because you have anonymity, you sad, ignorant martinet. I shudder to think of what you do with children.
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peter some people do obeah in jamaica and in the east of the caribbean<st lucia,dominica,grenada,antigua , st vincent,trinidad....> even it s illegal people don t do santeria in jamaica...cuba and puerto r. do santeria.rep dom do voodoo like in haiti and santeria too.quimboi is homed in guadeloupe,st marteens and martinique it s very similar to obeah.haiti and rep dom. are the land of the more powerful voodoo in the caribbean because they are the lonely island who have the secret for raised people from death, and turn people in animal...this voodoo come from benin dahomey, and nigeria< yeruba and igbos ppl>

travel in the caribbean before to write stupid comments about jamaica

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#95 Jun 25, 2013
And I'm to believe someone who thinks bokors can raise the dead and turn people into animals?

Santerians may not be openly practicing, but my santeran sources certainly have more knowledge about it than some posters here.
caribbean and proud wrote:
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peter some people do obeah in jamaica and in the east of the caribbean<st lucia,dominica,grenada,antigua , st vincent,trinidad....> even it s illegal people don t do santeria in jamaica...cuba and puerto r. do santeria.rep dom do voodoo like in haiti and santeria too.quimboi is homed in guadeloupe,st marteens and martinique it s very similar to obeah.haiti and rep dom. are the land of the more powerful voodoo in the caribbean because they are the lonely island who have the secret for raised people from death, and turn people in animal...this voodoo come from benin dahomey, and nigeria< yeruba and igbos ppl>
travel in the caribbean before to write stupid comments about jamaica
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#96 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
I didn't say it couldn't be in jamaica, just that it is illegal there. As for your "proof"--it's wikipedia, the site where anyone can post entries regardless of real expertise.
Having known you, I DO know shit. I also have a great deal of knowledge in other areas. As for it being "black magic"? It's not the middle ages anymore.
Sorry to burst your masturbatory fantasies, but I don't fancy kids; I like my guys to be at least 30.
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Sure you do, diddlemaster...whatever you say! You can safely say you don't fancy kids NOW, as you already have restrictions placed against you where you are not to be seen within 500 metres of an unattended child, and you probably have to stay away from schools and parks also, huh? Guess that is why you hide in your mother's basement, trolling on Topix, while trying to pick up cheap ass off of Craigslist, fronting like you 19...KMT!

I figured you would post nonsense on this particular topic AGAIN, after reading ALL of my posts, in reference to Santeria and Obeah, and that is why I posted other links for you, kid. One article has stated that derivatives of African religious culture and Black Magic has spread to different parts of the Americas, and are known as different things in different countries, that grew from there. Santeria spread through the LATIN American countries, from Cuba, and is prevalent in the Dominican Republic. In Haiti, it's Voodoo...In Jamaica, it's Obeah...I'm right, you're not (even though you are not WAY off base)...deal with it!

;)
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#97 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Neither source denies santeria's presence in jamaica. Random citation doesn't prove your assertion, twit. Santeria's practitioners are not limited to cuba and the united states. You have nothing that proves otherwise.
America isn't a latin america country, and it's still here. Move on, or submit your proof that you are an expert on jamaica.
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I like how you have tried to provide PROOF to your own comments by stating that there is no proof in the links that I have provided that Santeria does not exist in Jamaica. What I SHOULD HAVE said is that Santeria is not growing in Jamaica, and that Santeria is something that is prevalent in Latin American countries, and other countries where LARGE numbers of Latin Americans reside. This is not the case with Jamaica, as Jamaica is an ENGLISH country, where MOST of the people in Jamaica speak ENGLISH! Get it NOW, cpeter1313? To be honest, Santeria is growing more in countries like Trinidad and Tobago, where English may be that twin republic's main language, but where Spanish is the unofficial second language, and more Spanish speaking persons have taken up in Trinidad and Tobago, cpeter1313. Good on that lesson now, or are you going to say that you were unable to fully read the links that I have posted to you, where the history of Santeria came into play, in SPANISH colonies, among African slaves?

You are a trip...can't wait for you to try to justify your argument in your next post. Humour me and try to have at least ONE link that supports your argument next time around, alright douche? AWESOME!
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#98 Jun 25, 2013
That remains to be SEEN, cpeter1313...but hey, George W. Bush says dumb stuff also in public, and he managed to become a president. Maybe you are trying to hang your hat on that dream, huh? LMFAO!

As I said, Santeria and Obeah may be similar, but they are not EXACTLY the same. Read the link AGAIN! What YOU said is that Santeria has GROWN in Jamaica over the last 20 years...you STILL have not provided your PROOF...the MOST you came up with was that Obeah is ILLEGAL in Jamaica, to which I will agree with you on that. Now show me THROUGH A CREDIBLE LINK that Santeria is GROWING in Jamaica...YOU CAN'T, and that ends this debate...I win again!

Admire your stand though, but you really have nothing to stand on if the only thing that you are relying on is a couple of Santeria friends that are telling you that Santeria has been growing in Jamaica over the last 2 decades. You likely express horror and disgust over the fact that there are homophobic acts committed against LGBT citizens in Jamaica, but I will tell you something that is common knowledge in Jamaica (being that you have NEVER been to Jamaica before, and I have been there over 18 times for weeks to months at a time)...People that practice Obeah or other 'Black Magic' are in greater risk of their lives than LGBT citizens are in Jamaica. You say you have Santeria friends in Jamaica? Better tell them to move...unlike the laws against LGBT Jamaicans in Jamaica, the laws against Black Magic worshippers will have them incarcerated, never to be heard from again!
cpeter1313 wrote:
Your source indicates that obeah and santeria are the same faith. So either the source is wrong, or it is in jamaica.
Chuckles, I have no problem speaking my mind in public; never have.
Why am i supposed to accept a canuck as an authority on jamaica? Let me guess; you took a budget tour several years ago, right?
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Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#99 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
USUALLY? Yeah, let's go somewhere where, chances are, we might not be attacked for being gay. There's a selling point...
Nothing locally will change until there is an impact on the travel bucks received by visitors. The jamaican authorities have to change the laws(and enforce those laws) in order to win the trust of visitors.
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No real argument there, however, the change to the laws have to still be changes that will outlaw criminal behaviour, while protecting consenting behaviour between adults, albeit in the privacy of their own castles!

As for going somewhere where you will not be attacked for being gay, if that was what your whole worry was about, you really must have yourself cooped up like a chicken in Indianapolis, Indiana...in which state could you travel to and GUARANTEE that you will NOT be attacked for proudly proclaiming that you are gay and proud again, cpeter1313?

Homophobia exists in EVERY corner of the world...stop with the illusions that this is only an issue in Jamaica, an issue that you fail to acknowledge is quite rampant in America also, bud!

;)
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#100 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
And I'm to believe someone who thinks bokors can raise the dead and turn people into animals?
Santerians may not be openly practicing, but my santeran sources certainly have more knowledge about it than some posters here.
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And these same Santerian sources have told you that over the last 2 decades, that Santeria has grown exponentially in Jamaica? Where did you have these discussions with these Santerian people, cpeter1313...in your bedroom, while you were high off of snorting crystal meth shards off of your bear boyfriend's naked ass?

You will stop at nothing to be right, even when you have nothing to back up any of your claims, cpeter1313...lay off the meth, bud...you need to tone it down a bit. Two Spanish speaking couples, that have had a business in Jamaica for just a little over 3 decades, that have had between them 8 children, and who have raised their children in the ways of Santeria, does NOT consist of a GROWING TREND of practicing Santerians in Jamaica, dumbass. Show your link to back up your bullshit, so that the next time you are called on your shit, you don't look so dumb when you get exposed on it!

:D

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#101 Jun 25, 2013
Any such "restrictions" would be a matter of public record, so put up or shut up, idiot.

Actually, anyone who thinks these related religions are mutually exclusive and limited by geography is a fu**ing moron. You certainly prove my point.
Blacktigershark wrote:
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Sure you do, diddlemaster...whatever you say! You can safely say you don't fancy kids NOW, as you already have restrictions placed against you where you are not to be seen within 500 metres of an unattended child, and you probably have to stay away from schools and parks also, huh? Guess that is why you hide in your mother's basement, trolling on Topix, while trying to pick up cheap ass off of Craigslist, fronting like you 19...KMT!
I figured you would post nonsense on this particular topic AGAIN, after reading ALL of my posts, in reference to Santeria and Obeah, and that is why I posted other links for you, kid. One article has stated that derivatives of African religious culture and Black Magic has spread to different parts of the Americas, and are known as different things in different countries, that grew from there. Santeria spread through the LATIN American countries, from Cuba, and is prevalent in the Dominican Republic. In Haiti, it's Voodoo...In Jamaica, it's Obeah...I'm right, you're not (even though you are not WAY off base)...deal with it!
;)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#102 Jun 25, 2013
Gays are being arrested in jamaica; sodomy laws, remember? If they are that lucky; gays are also being attacked and beaten by their neighborhood savages.
Blacktigershark wrote:
That remains to be SEEN, cpeter1313...but hey, George W. Bush says dumb stuff also in public, and he managed to become a president. Maybe you are trying to hang your hat on that dream, huh? LMFAO!
As I said, Santeria and Obeah may be similar, but they are not EXACTLY the same. Read the link AGAIN! What YOU said is that Santeria has GROWN in Jamaica over the last 20 years...you STILL have not provided your PROOF...the MOST you came up with was that Obeah is ILLEGAL in Jamaica, to which I will agree with you on that. Now show me THROUGH A CREDIBLE LINK that Santeria is GROWING in Jamaica...YOU CAN'T, and that ends this debate...I win again!
Admire your stand though, but you really have nothing to stand on if the only thing that you are relying on is a couple of Santeria friends that are telling you that Santeria has been growing in Jamaica over the last 2 decades. You likely express horror and disgust over the fact that there are homophobic acts committed against LGBT citizens in Jamaica, but I will tell you something that is common knowledge in Jamaica (being that you have NEVER been to Jamaica before, and I have been there over 18 times for weeks to months at a time)...People that practice Obeah or other 'Black Magic' are in greater risk of their lives than LGBT citizens are in Jamaica. You say you have Santeria friends in Jamaica? Better tell them to move...unlike the laws against LGBT Jamaicans in Jamaica, the laws against Black Magic worshippers will have them incarcerated, never to be heard from again!
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Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#103 Jun 25, 2013
caribbean and proud wrote:
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peter some people do obeah in jamaica and in the east of the caribbean<st lucia,dominica,grenada,antigua , st vincent,trinidad....> even it s illegal people don t do santeria in jamaica...cuba and puerto r. do santeria.rep dom do voodoo like in haiti and santeria too.quimboi is homed in guadeloupe,st marteens and martinique it s very similar to obeah.haiti and rep dom. are the land of the more powerful voodoo in the caribbean because they are the lonely island who have the secret for raised people from death, and turn people in animal...this voodoo come from benin dahomey, and nigeria< yeruba and igbos ppl>
travel in the caribbean before to write stupid comments about jamaica
caribbean and proud...you have to understand LGBT bigots like cpeter1313...they are unreasonable, they are presumptuous, they are ignorant, they believe they are omniscient. You and I know that Santeria exists in the Caribbean and the rest of the Americas, however, Santeria is sequestered to the Latin American countries and other countries where more Spanish people are. Jamaica is NOT one of those countries. I've shown cpeter1313 some links...what cpeter1313 WANTS to do is argue with us over this, because his SOURCES are SUPPOSED to be more credible than the links that I have sent to cpeter1313 on this matter of Santeria and Obeah. Any link that I come up with will be seen as non-credible to cpeter1313, however, we are automatically supposed to believe what cpeter1313 is saying about his SOURCES, just like how Christians have faith in God and the Bible...but wait! cpeter1313 does NOT believe in God or the Bible, right? ROFL! cpeter1313 can only believe in the scriptures and practices that compliment his own lifestyle only...he's a convenient religious nutbar...I would be quick to say that IF an African Santeria priest (or whatever they call them where it comes to Santeria...right now, I don't particularly care) came up with ancient scripture that said that homosexuality was a crime, and that in order to ascend to the heights of their gods, you must find a homosexual and sacrifice him or her to the gods, cpeter1313 would be one of the FIRST people to condemn Santeria, and call it bullshit. He would then go off on a tirade about how Santeria is a farce, and how he doesn't believe in it, and all that jazz...cry us a river, cpeter1313.

LGBT bigots like cpeter1313 will exist until the end of time...it is these same LGBT bigots that give other LGBT persons a bad name in the Caribbean, and actually do a lot of harm to the LGBT cause, in their joint pursuit of equality. I don't mind LGBT people, and I do believe that they should be free to do what they want in the privacy of their own home, they should be given equal treatment on the jobsite, at school, in public, etc. When it comes to the arrogant LGBT persons, treat them as you would a heterosexual person...if they are your employee, and are acting out of order, FIRE them. If they are in school, acting out, SUSPEND/EXPEL them. If they are parading naked down the street, flashing kids and old folks, INCARCERATE them! Other than that, don't deny LGBT persons the same rights that we heterosexual people have in this society.

Now, I'm sure that many would agree with what I have just said in my last paragraph, however, because I know cpeter1313 for a while, I'm willing to bet that even he will find a way to disagree with what I have said in my last paragraph. It is what LGBT bigots like him do though...you try to speak up for LGBT people, and LGBT bigots like cpeter1313 always find ways to ruin the day and the progress heterosexual people like myself are trying to make in bringing the whole community together, regardless of sexual orientation...it is like getting slapped in the face, after sticking your neck on the line for a group of LGBT people that you were trying to keep from getting lynched in your community...get it, caribbean and proud?

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#104 Jun 25, 2013
Gays travel with impunity in this state. There are gay-bashings, but they are the work of tiny groups of idiots, not a cultural norm. And, unlike jamaica, OUR police actually investigate complaints. We may be fairly redneck, but we aren't a 3rd-world hellhole.
Blacktigershark wrote:
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No real argument there, however, the change to the laws have to still be changes that will outlaw criminal behaviour, while protecting consenting behaviour between adults, albeit in the privacy of their own castles!
As for going somewhere where you will not be attacked for being gay, if that was what your whole worry was about, you really must have yourself cooped up like a chicken in Indianapolis, Indiana...in which state could you travel to and GUARANTEE that you will NOT be attacked for proudly proclaiming that you are gay and proud again, cpeter1313?
Homophobia exists in EVERY corner of the world...stop with the illusions that this is only an issue in Jamaica, an issue that you fail to acknowledge is quite rampant in America also, bud!
;)
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#105 Jun 25, 2013
So...your smart ass is trying to convince us all that the Yoruba and the Igbos are THE SAME, and that the ONLY difference between Santeria and Obeah is the name? ROFLMFAO!

Do you even know what WWII was all about? Do you know why there are different colonial nations for different African countries? Do you think that the Spanish and the Portuguese scooped up their African slaves from THE SAME spot that the British grabbed their African slaves from? Did you think that Africa was just made up of one tribe, and was that small of a country? Man...really shows what Indiana produces with its paltry education system...stick to memorizing the American states...probably all that you are good for, cpeter1313! LOL!

As for knowing your "restrictions", cpeter1313, only YOU would know that your transgressions and restrictions would be a matter of public record...that's why you changed your name, right? Or are you going to stand here and say that your mother and father (or your guardian...won't surprise me if you were adopted or abandoned) gave you the name cpeter1313? LMAO! You a troll, cpeter1313...give it up!
cpeter1313 wrote:
Any such "restrictions" would be a matter of public record, so put up or shut up, idiot.
Actually, anyone who thinks these related religions are mutually exclusive and limited by geography is a fu**ing moron. You certainly prove my point.
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“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#106 Jun 25, 2013
Let's see; I don't have an internet link to a group that would be arrested if their identities became known--but have real-world knowledge. You have websites, none of which say what you say they do, and no actual real-world knowledge.

Your fantasies about my sex life are amusing, in a clinical way. Your tantrums, less so.
Blacktigershark wrote:
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And these same Santerian sources have told you that over the last 2 decades, that Santeria has grown exponentially in Jamaica? Where did you have these discussions with these Santerian people, cpeter1313...in your bedroom, while you were high off of snorting crystal meth shards off of your bear boyfriend's naked ass?
You will stop at nothing to be right, even when you have nothing to back up any of your claims, cpeter1313...lay off the meth, bud...you need to tone it down a bit. Two Spanish speaking couples, that have had a business in Jamaica for just a little over 3 decades, that have had between them 8 children, and who have raised their children in the ways of Santeria, does NOT consist of a GROWING TREND of practicing Santerians in Jamaica, dumbass. Show your link to back up your bullshit, so that the next time you are called on your shit, you don't look so dumb when you get exposed on it!
:D
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#107 Jun 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Gays are being arrested in jamaica; sodomy laws, remember? If they are that lucky; gays are also being attacked and beaten by their neighborhood savages.
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SHOW THE PROOF that even ONE LGBT Jamaican has been arrested for sodomy while he/she was in the privacy of his/her own home, while engaging in the act of sodomy, cpeter1313! YOU CAN'T SHOW THAT? Ain't that some shit! I thought that what what was being said by LGBT bigots on behalf of the LGBT community was true...and then there was no case to support that allegation!

'...gays are also being attacked and beaten by their neighborhood savages...'...You talking about the LGBT people being attacked and beaten by the neighborhood savages in your state, cpeter1313, or in other parts of America...I'm so confused! LOL!

If you need me to REFRESH your memory that these acts of homophobia are occurring all over the globe, including in your country, cpeter1313, I can REPOST the links I posted to you earlier...like the one where the guy in New York shot a gay man to death...did you forget that that shit happens in YOUR country, cpeter1313, because you have a multitude of wild, rabid savages in your nation also?

Just wanted to remind you that this is a GLOBAL problem, not a 'JAMAICA ONLY' problem...now cut the shit, and start talking GLOBAL solutions...fingerpointing doesn't help anyone, INCLUDING the LGBT citizens in Jamaica that you CLAIM you want to help, but truly aren't doing shit about!

Tell me again...how much money have you donated to Jamaica's gay activist group again? ZERO? THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT...STFU!

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#108 Jun 25, 2013
Yes, make up a lot of irrelevant crap nd scribe it to me...how very adult. How do you type while flailing and stamping your feet?

WW2 had surprisingly little to do with santeria or anything else we've spoken about. It was mostly about that whole hitler/mussolini/hirohito thing, remember?

Are you implying your name is "blacktigershark"? Utter BS--which comes quite naturally to you. BTW--my parents are dead, not surprising since they were both born in 1920. My father SERVED in WW2; I have a fairly good education in that war.
Blacktigershark wrote:
So...your smart ass is trying to convince us all that the Yoruba and the Igbos are THE SAME, and that the ONLY difference between Santeria and Obeah is the name? ROFLMFAO!
Do you even know what WWII was all about? Do you know why there are different colonial nations for different African countries? Do you think that the Spanish and the Portuguese scooped up their African slaves from THE SAME spot that the British grabbed their African slaves from? Did you think that Africa was just made up of one tribe, and was that small of a country? Man...really shows what Indiana produces with its paltry education system...stick to memorizing the American states...probably all that you are good for, cpeter1313! LOL!
As for knowing your "restrictions", cpeter1313, only YOU would know that your transgressions and restrictions would be a matter of public record...that's why you changed your name, right? Or are you going to stand here and say that your mother and father (or your guardian...won't surprise me if you were adopted or abandoned) gave you the name cpeter1313? LMAO! You a troll, cpeter1313...give it up!
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Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#109 Jun 26, 2013
Interesting that you make the comment about how I make up crap and scribe it to you...I was taking YOUR lead, and doing what you routinely do with much more finesse! Or did you forget the whole 'Go fuck yourself' comment, and the implication that you made about me and children? I guess when the tables are flipped on you, you don't particularly like it that much, do you? Typical of a hypocritical gay bigot like yourself...I had something to say to you that I recall you saying earlier...it went a little something like this...GO FUCK YOURSELF!

:D

When I speak about WWII, I'm talking about the war that was fought in AFRICA between the Axis and Allies...did your father serve in AFRICA, or was he isolated to fighting America's imperialistic war against Japan? You only know what your government in America tells you is important about WWII...bet you don't even know why Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, do you cpeter1313?

WWII was MORE than just Hirohito and Hitler...only an apathetic American could come up with a STUPID comment like that, where it comes to describing what WWII was all about. If you take a constructive look at the history of each African country, and see how many times these countries were snatched by one imperialist country to the next, you would see why WWII was bound to happen, retard! But then, you know so much about Santeria, because that MUST have been the common link between ALL the African tribes in Africa, before various imperialist powers decided to snatch their group of slaves from opposite ends of the African continent, right cpeter1313? Come on, cpeter1313...say that Santeria is the COMMON religion of each and every African tribe, because if you say it, it MUST be true, right dumbass? LOL! Educate yourself some more on WWII IN AFRICA...that may give you some insight as to why WWII had to happen!

When did I ever say that my name was 'blacktigershark'? NEVER DID...but you like to assume things, don't you? That's quite JUVENILE of you, cpeter1313!

:)
cpeter1313 wrote:
Yes, make up a lot of irrelevant crap nd scribe it to me...how very adult. How do you type while flailing and stamping your feet?
WW2 had surprisingly little to do with santeria or anything else we've spoken about. It was mostly about that whole hitler/mussolini/hirohito thing, remember?
Are you implying your name is "blacktigershark"? Utter BS--which comes quite naturally to you. BTW--my parents are dead, not surprising since they were both born in 1920. My father SERVED in WW2; I have a fairly good education in that war.
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