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Friday, 17 October 2008

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Tombele

Is this Fochive not the daughter of the crook and embezzler of cameroon funds??? If so this is a sad story and culprits should be tracked down made to pay and disgraced.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

North West Cameroon must secede from La Republique and South West....

WE MUST SECEDE
LONG LIVE A UNITED AND INDEPENDENT NORTH WEST CAMEROON!!

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Black beauty epitomised. Pretty, smart and articulate; a triple threat indeed.

Self-hating black men who are so insecure about their skin color will rather prefer to go and marry white woman...some of them even marry those fat ones with excess meat overlapping all over the place.

It's a shame! we say we love Africa, yet! we don't see the beauty in our own women. We would prefer to marry white women so that we can have "mixed" children with "light" skin and "curly" hair. Inferiority complex is killing some of you IDIOTS. Insecurity and inferiority.

Long live Black beauty

Don Duke

US of Africa,

I really admire your compassionate love for the black skin and the reflection you see in black women. But this has totally blindsided you from the fundamental concept underlining marriage.

Don't be surprise that the African culture you seem to proliferate is much cherished by the white man. Can you really explain to me why a black man will connive, steal the most valuable sculpture in whole of Bikom land (Afua-Kom) and sell to a white man?. Most of the teachings of how to cherish and preserve the African culture were thought to us by whites. In almost all art exhibitions I have been to, the paintings and works of art portraying African culture are highly valued by whites. (Diamond ring in a pig’s nose).

Back to the issue of marriage, it is but normal for every black to cherish and be proud of the black skin and to see a reflection in a black woman. But the whole concept and principles underlining the search for a soul-mate has nothing to do with the colour of the skin. It is often said, for a 50 year engagement between a man and a woman, it is better to spend 40 years searching for the right soul-mate and live happily for 10 years than to spend 10 years searching for a soul-mate and live unhappily for 40 years. That's if you survive the 40 years. No amount of love for the black skin will make me prefer the latter to the former.

Circumstances in life warrant humans to ask for help, some times life saving, from others. This circumstances usually ignite chemistry and flow of affection between people, be them white or black or any permutation you so desire. USA, these life saving situations are not provided only by blacks.

USA, while a still admire your love for the black skin, don't make the mistake of considering it to be a limiting factor for marital choices. Reason being, you may risk spending a chunk of your life in marital penury because of your love for the black skin.

Just a Thought!!!

UnitedstatesofAfrica

"Most of the teachings of how to cherish and preserve the African culture were thought to us by whites." - Don Duke

I will not even waste a second of my time to argue with someone who makes comments like these. We are clearly not on the same level. Come back in five years.

Don Duke

"We are clearly not on the same level. Come back in five years."

USA, What Level are you? And how long did it take you to get there?
From 10,000 fit, I know the personalities that can make such callous statements and that says quite much about you. That gospel truth is too bitter for any black man to even wave it a thought. Talk less of shallow mind.

I don't expect you to respond.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

...I said five years not 30 minutes.

nihilism01

"Self-hating black men who are so insecure about their skin color will rather prefer to go and marry white woman..."
And you claim to be intelligent? that has got to be the dumbest statement of the week and it is only Monday morning.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

nihilism01, I know you married a white woman to secure "dokis" so I don't expect you to understand. Run along now, go back to you fat white mistress.

Have a good Monday

trevor

she is a very pretty girl in deedy so beautiful
http://join.crazyfruits.net

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