Black History Month? More like Urban Fairytales of Bull****
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So, what does an afro-centric curriculum involve, what will black kids learn about their place in history?
Here are a few examples:
The original inhabitants of America were indeed Black.
There were several Black Popes in Italy.
Japanese people are, at least in part, "Asian Negroes."
There were black Vikings taveling with Eric the Red.
There were Black kings ruling over Whites in the Scottish Highlands.
Any comprehensive account of the African presence in early Europe
should include England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Scandinavia.
Don't forget the crazy Black conspiracy theories such as: Tulsa
Oaklahoma being fire bombed by the US Military in 1921 to destroy a so
called thriving black community now known as "Black Wall Street." Where
were all the others, were they destroyed as well???
As newschoolers, we debate hundreds of topics yearly, no-poles, poles, democrat, republican, etc. Those small divides are forgotten, as I assume every NSer can mutually hate these people, who hate other people on the basis of what skin color they were born as.
Come black water keep on rolling, mississippi moon won't ya keep on shinin' on me
Heres someone with a little bit on sense on that place
No I don't hate Jews.
Although they do both disgust and fascinate me at the same time.
I will admit that hate is a natural emotion that people feel. But it is also a negative and destructive emotion.
I would say that it is the Jews behavior which most people
hate. Whether somebody thinks that behavior and the people themselves
are the same thing is up to the individual.
If anything people should LOVE their own way of life, their own
heritage, their own culture, their own society, and their own race.
Don't worry about hating other people it's not constructive, nor does
it help save the White race.