Black People Politics : Boyce Watkins boldly calls Omarosa the "B" Word

Perfection

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Then if you know so much about what my path is then you know that protection is to be earned not taken for granted.
And you'll also know that if one stabs Ogoun in the back or betrays those under his protection then those enemies will get thrown off the cliff whether man or woman.

Begging your pardon, but I know nothing about your "path." When I was speaking about Ogoun, I was speaking about that great warrior who you instructed me to look up. The Ogoun I have come to know in the legends protect Black Women.

Apparently, you have discovered a brand of the Orishas where you're allowed to use an illogical form of hostility toward Black Women:

Anyway I'd never call her a b****, I think more highly of dogs than what she is. (post # 7)

This case being specifically Queen Omarosa.

We're still waiting for you to provide some type of documentation, or even oral traditions that allow this type of hostility toward Black Women.

Where is your proof Sir?
 

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You really are a tiresome one and your circular arguments* are becoming less irritating and more boring with each post.

Once again you demand documentation from me for what? What are you a pig sporting a badge? Or a republican insisting I show my birth certificate?

Tell you what, why don't you document for us an Orisha that demands we honor a two-faced traitor just because she black, one that demands we honor and protect a woman bearing the reptilian soul of the white moral code just because she black.
If you do find one it won't be looking along Ogoun's path.

*edited: because logic has nothing to do in this thread
 

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Once again you demand documentation from me for what?

Well, actually Sir, I'm not demanding proof from you, but merely asking. I'm asking that you provide any documentation via books, articles or perhaps even oral traditions where the Orishas would justify you writing this about Queen Omarosa, a Black Woman:

Anyway I'd never call her a b****, I think more highly of dogs than what she is. (post # 7)

I gotta be open with you though, I'm losing faith in your ability to deliver clear data which would allow this. The reasons for my skepticism come from you keep avoiding what the issue of this room is about and how you're evading providing proof that the Orishas would allow this type of hostility toward Black Women.

I've already stated that I can't find it. The data I'm familiar with (what you said in red above) I could not interpret or ascribe to any Nigerian emissaries in any sense whether it's ethnographic, historical or phenomenological.

In my research, it's just not there.

So, since you instructed me to look up Ogoun, I'm thinking you got a set of facts about the Orishas that I could have missed.

However, you keep avoiding providing any proof which leads me to assume that the hostility that you expressed when you wrote this:

Anyway I'd never call her a b****, I think more highly of dogs than what she is. (post # 7)

is merely based on how you personally feel and it's not grounded in any traditions of the great Ogoun. Because, as is worth repeating, the great Ogoun I'm familiar with protects Black Women, not denigrate her.

Hey, but thanks for trying, you get points for hanging in there for as long as you could.
 

ogoun

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Shrug have it your way.
But I must say you seem to have a strange understanding when protection and honor is given to someone for just being. No matter how that life is lived it is to honored and protected because? Well just because they happen to be black and female.
Ask me though and I'd say, that's a very odd lot of Orisha you follow and a bunch that I've never heard of.
You're welcome to them, thanks I'll stay with mine for now. However, if in the future I find that I missed that part about ALWAYS NO MATTER WHAT protect and honor I be sure to get back to you.
 

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