True that, isn't any Black web community a microcosm of the National Black community? So why has it taken so long to create the village? Not you personally, cause, I have never seen you say a nasty thing since I have been here or any disengenuous statements, but surly something could be accomplished with 1000 out of 16,000. We seem to be very good at pointing out the problem (regarding things we can change) but like Dr Francis Cress Welsing said we discuss the problem so long that just before we come to a consensus of a solution, we're back to talking about the problem again. I come here as a faceless, nameless, identity less, ideology, defending nothing, but the ideology of Black Nationalism and Pan Africanism, that predicates we stop, looking for petty differences and unite to take some action if not just a serious and methodical discussion of the myriad problems the Black commmunity faces and eventually but definately come to a collective conclusion and solution. While the National Black community is burning slowly, how long do we continue to talk about; the color of the fire, the smell of the things burning, how high the fire is, what the temperature of the fire is, before we devise a methodology to put the fire out, with extinguishers were needed and water?