Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Charles IKS, Mar 2, 2011.
The thing that was most amazing about the Mau mau, was that to the Back communitythey exemplified all of the aspects of ,
what those who had no exposure to the martial arts but later saw in movies in the 80s and 90s,
dispassionate able to be emotionless but efficient and utilizing various and diverse emotions to throw their enemy off gaurd
Sun Tzu's book of war mentions this but the "Leopard Men" of Africa where known for this aspect as well
The term guerilla warfare is predicted upon dispassion
and one must realize that the greatest
Ho Chi Minh
a person who could not control their emotions, in the ranks
and who would have a stupid habit of telegraphing their punches
So when you gonna meet info around the corner? i wanna see some pictures!! cuz we don't have big strong black men like you lot have in the US
***sniffs*** I miss that....
great, now that you are here
maybe you can ad a Nigerian to the list of Freedom Fighters
anything else try a dating website, that mite help
Is that a No? Cuz you know I don't speak English very well, and those big complicated ideas you often throw out makes me dizzy...
no biggie Sun Tzu, spoke no english at all
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That is good and I am happy that you have a post that you can use to brag about yourself,
and detail your attitude and actions in the Black community where you live
but which mindset does your post of bragging and boasting express
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