Hetepu, This is a question I've had for a long time. Do Black people oppress one another by appeals to sensationalistic rhetoric, like "house n*gga vs. field n*gga," or "counter-revolutionary"? Are we too hasty to throw such words around? Is it possible for Blacks to disagree in a strong way without one or the other being detrimental to the overall cause of Black people? White academics disagree on historical and controversial matters all the time, and have done so since the beginnings of historiography; yet, they somehow managed, in the "tumult," to subdue the Ab-Original peoples of the planet. What might we be missing from our pleas for "Black unity?" Are we prepared for *all* that Black unity might entail? Hetepu.