My bad...I couldn't resist the opportunity to inject some sarcasm.I dont see anything funny in all due respect, regarding , my people being Psychologically Neocolonized in the 90s, to the point were we dont even know how to use computer technology to foster Pan African and Black Nationalist unity ! Had the internet been around in the 60s and 70s before , we got this Cultural Ebola, we would be talking about investing in African Silicon Valleys and Mountains , from the hundreds of "Wakandas" that would be there! now
The Black community from what I had seen and experienced from childhood in the 60s, adolecscents in the 70s and adulthood in the 80s, was on a path towards national unity, economic solidarity and restoring community love, however , by 1990, the Culture changed! Whether from Gangsta Thug Pimp Baller culture promoted into the community through the music and the stars flashing ostentatious wealth before young minds , encouraging the crack epidemic to destroy all the gains previously made, maybe yes maybe know, but I do know something made us a sick people where we were poltically and economically healthy , before then!My bad...I couldn't resist the opportunity to inject some sarcasm.
I'm reading over your comments and I find it interesting. You mention "cultural Ebola." Would you mind expanding on that please?
I put like, but I must say I dislike the fact that we have had no work to create an Antivirus to this Cultural Virus White Supremacy put on the Black community, like they gave Small Pox Blankets to the Red Man!
After the Sister made that lecture to TEd Talks, those Europeans kinda nipped that in the bud as well, with a movie , that subliminally effected a billion people of African descent, just in case anyone thought that! And then gave it an award, to seal the ju Ju
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