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Username: Kola

Post Number: 2064
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Saturday, August 27, 2005 - 02:17 pm:   


It seems to me....that if we're going to campaign for the ACCEPTANCE of people with charcoal skin (as the two women in the photos)---then OBVIOUSLY we're going to have to use the most Non-threatening, White-looking images of Charcoal women....FIRST.....to make it "acceptable".

Again, their features are more "NILOTIC" than European. But Black Americans still don't "Grasp" what Nilotic and Negro people are.

I posted photos of BOTH groups to demonstrate that European looks have an origin-----that origin being African Nilotic looks--East African.

ALL PHENOTYPES--Negro, European, Asian, Indian---come from the Nilotic People. The Negro is the first child of the Nilotics.

BUT JUST BECAUSE YOU "COME FROM" THOSE PEOPLE....does mean that you still are. And that's where people run into trouble with the indigenous African...attempting to come in looking like WHITES and claim they're "just as black as we are" and What not.

See the thread called "ATTENTION: Public Enemy" for the Pictures of both groups.

The Black Americans come from....The West African Kingdoms, the Negro People.

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