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19294, RE: why is that?
Posted by guest, Fri Jan-19-01 11:55 AM

>>I know I'm probly an exception to the rule, but as a white man, if there were a war between white and black people, with both trying to eliminate the other

where did this come from? i think DP's statement is one many think but never say, and it's true depending on your standpoint. he might be saying it because of the nature of the posts and gross responses people write. it's sad when you try to discuss a concept and someone with no knowledge whatsoever of the topic just wants to talk and say anything. that type of "freedom of speech" is unrefined and when it comes under scrutiny the person wastes more time tring to defend their bruised egos attempting to justify something they've said. it takes up space, and causes astonishment to those like minds that are actually going somewhere. for example, taking a quote from the matrix and then giving an opinion unrelated to the topic at all, just thrown out there for humor and causing a speedbump against the flow of ideas. then the whole "morphing villians" bit. i'm still waiting on answers to my "specifics" but that may be too much to ask for, huh? p.s. don't use a search engine. if you made the statement, you should KNOW. show and prove.


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.