Black People : Does anyone talk to the Black folks in their neighborhood?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Do we talk to the folks in our neighborhood, regardless of walk of life or economic status?

    Do we care about the consensus or concerns of the grassroots community?
     
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    No, because i don't know any "black folk" (you are from NY, Right? Cause we don't talk like that) , but i do know and work with many brothers and sisters around my way and other places.......

    Do you??
     
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    I posted this because, I talk to folks in my my neighborhood and in places throughout the city, about the subject matter that I post to see if it makes sense to a cross section of the commuity first

    and to Infomoetry, my concern is the general good and benefit of the Black community not just in NYC but globally and my posts reflect that


    just as your last 30 posts reflect your focus
     
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    - so you stutter now?

    - you still trying to keep up this weak act? Your post reflect one in desperate need of attention & one who continually choose to hide behind the work of our elders as if you are carrying out or continuing in their footsteps by posting on a website.. They also reflect one who has not gone out in ages and is trapped in a room surrounded by several monitors with files of various members posts, especially those who choose to answer your set up questions about 'solutions'.. They furthur reflect that of one who really wants no solutions because when the slightest mention of one is mentioned you deflect it and give several reason why it won't work....

    They continually reflect that of a cointelpro specialist who has probably helped to tear down some of the same brothers and sisters that you claim to hold up in such high regard......

    How's that for reflection?


    I know what your so called concern is, you state it in every post you make even when it has nothing to do with the subject of the thread.......

    If you're so concerned here in NYC how come i don't know you and you are not apart of anything i've called you out on in the past? Some of the most major events that have taken place here in Bk, Bx, Queens, Manhattan and you have no knowledge of exept from some **** article written by the one's you say you despise.......

    - you are so predictable, just like an agent! My last 30 posts are in several different forums and threads so i don't know how you can tell from that what my focus is....While yours is paper thin.....Confuse & furthur divide the black community by getting them off focus and focus on what you tell them to focus on..


    - you're faker than a $3 bill!!
     
  5. Ankhur

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    thank you brother you proved my point in posting this thread

    I wondered because of the emotional and "who knows" what attitudes that some brothers display here and some of the thing said I thought,

    Yo Wait a minute!!!

    would they tell some young borthers that,
    on a stree corner?, or act that way in a discussion or debate in a barbershop full of elders,
    or a what in Brooklyn is known as a rumpunch, where Caribbean men congregate and discuss the poltical issues of the day?

    or act like that or say things like that to their neighbor
    or coworker when they do not see eye to eye on an issue or get asked quesions about something?

    or act like that during a block association meeting?

    or voting location, or PTA meeting?
     
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    I talk to Black people from all walks of life/socio-economic backgrounds.
     
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    I'll speak...i often go about walking dwn the streets saying Hi to random folk anyhow so if a person can talk with common sense i'll be happy to talk with you
     
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    We had some issues, in the past, but l learn alot from you

    and your posts show that not only is the upliftment and success of the Race is a paramount feature on your heart and mind, but you love our people enough to take time to research
    apelements of our great history that these public schools and local public libraires want to hide not only from our chidren, but from their parents as well.

    and wherever you live I am sure that folks know you very well and appreciate your presence and input in the community.

    I am in my 50s but I don't know what it is about women particularly Black women , you, all of you have a

    true sense of MAAT that we as men tend to forget

    A sense of balance that is needed

    and becomes a healing force

    in a society that is trying to tilt to one side.

    I like the point that you said you speak to folks of all walks of life, and the way the economy is going that kind of concideration and respect is important, and that folks more then likely sincerely feel that from you when you speak to them.
     
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    That sounds like Harlem or riding the 25 bus in Brooklyn, brothers will strike up a conversation just like that!!!!
     
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    If only it were that easy...but you'd be suprised how the dorr for conversation opens with a simple hello
     
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