19272, RE: fighting for|
Posted by guest, Thu Jan-18-01 03:59 PM
"CURSING ME LIKE HAM CUZ I'M ORIGINAL AND YOU LIKE THE KING JAMES VERSION." Talib Kweli
correct, i could never fight against someone or better yet SOMETHING that could never be my equal. like removing weeds in a garden, why move the plants you want to save into their own little area when the weed will move there too. the weed needs the resources of that area after depleting its own so it will HAVE to move over and takeover the separated group in order to survive. instead of just continuing to move the plants, the wise gardener plucks the weed. s/he doesn't try to reason with the weed to change its nature, or compromise with it, s/he destroys the weed entirely. the word is extinction. it is only sensible. sometimes i think that toomany people have bought into the victory through integration because it's easy versus the intensity needed to rid oneself of a problem entirely. but then again bootlickers never really understood the concept of self-reliance/preservation/respect/determination.
An ex-slave of a slave trader, he knew the wickedness of slavery and that man was not meant to slave for man. It got to the point where Vesey couldn't bear to have a white person in his presence. He was very outspoken with his hatred for YT. When slaves bowed to YT in the street, he would rebuke them. When the slaves replied, "But we're slaves," Vesey would reply, "You deserve to be slaves." An infamous quote of Vesey was when he said, "We are free, but the white people here won't let us be so; and the only way is to raise up and fight the whites." One of his plans was to takeover of arsenals, guardhouses, powder magazines and naval stores in Charleston, South Carolina, but, he too, was betrayed by a house negro. Vesey and 5 of his aides were hanged on July 2, 1822.