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Brother_rustam
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Username: Brother_rustam

Post Number: 4
Registered: 12-2005

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Posted on Tuesday, December 06, 2005 - 05:20 pm:   

I have a problem with homosexuals linking their struggle up with that of AfroAmericans.

First of all, do homosexuals have a 500 year history of being murdered, enslaved, and raped because of thier sexuality.

True homosexuality has been frowned upon for thousands of years and many homosexuals have been oppressed, but there was no organized historic attempt to enslave and slaughter them like what happened to the Black man and woman in the Americas.


Another important factor is Black folks got out in the streets and RIOTED to gain our Civil Rights.
We didn't just beg for them, we EARNED them and our ancestors died for our recognition.

Now it seems that everybody is trying to get on the train we built and ride it to freedom.

Race, religion, and sexual orientation are all totally different subjects and should be addressed differently.

I'm tired of Black people always being used by the "establishment" for thier little PR games.

If we aren't being linked with demons, we're being linked with homosexuality.
If not that, we're being linked with crime and gansta rap.

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