Have a Happy Thanks Giving

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I am out of town until Monday.

Election Predictions

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What do you think will occur over the next two years now that the Dems have the congress? Actions that will occur, laws that will change, etc.

On A Scale of 1 to 10

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How much do you think the Republican Party is pissed at Bush this morning?

Vote

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That is all I am sayin Dawg!

Here We Go…

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http://www.niggaspace.com/

Amazing

Let Me Reiterate About This Site

Blogged under Uncategorized by Dell on Saturday 28 October 2006 at

1. First of all, and AGAIN this site IS NOT FOR EVERYONE. I am not concerned with people being polite, with agreeing to disagree or any of that. If that offends you peace out. There are other sites for you.

2. I don’t really care if you talk about another poster MILDLY but when it comes to spam, to much profanity, or simple nonsense you will no longer be tolerated. Just bring your argument, your warrior spirit to defend your position and duke it out with a level of rationality. That is all I ask.

3. This IS NOT a serious site. Although we do discuss serious issues from a variety of perspectives, which is what I like about it, it isn’t life or death, and if you take this stuff so personal you feel the need to over react, see point 1.

4. It has been obvious I haven’t been able to write as much as possible and that has slowed the site down. Back when it started I was writing around 9000 words a week, and we had almost double the hit count as we had now because I could maintain and recruit folks to the board. Real life has called, so this is about the level it will remain at for now, and when I begin my run in 2008 this will be a pure propaganda site anyway talking about my tremendous leadership qualities. So for now let’s just have fun, talk like we would about serious issues in a way similar to how we would talk on a basketball court in the hood, a merging of cultures if you will. As I always I encourage guest posters as well.

5. If you think this place is not as hospitable anymore, it probably has more to do with the people who used to buttress your point of view no longer being around to prop up your fragility. If that bothers you, again, see point 1.

Finally, if and when most people see point 1 and abide by it, then I will simply go away. Because like I said in point 3, I don’t take this place that seriously, I use it as a place to learn about other peoples perspectives, feelings and ideas so when I deal with similar people I know how they will react in the real world. So if they are a-holes, they talk sh#$, or whatever, I don’t take it personal because THAT IS THE REAL WORLD. At least mine. So if these points don’t resonate with you again…

SEE POINT #1.

When Nicauragua Get’s Life Right & Wrong: Congress Bans Abortion

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When Nicauragua Get’s Life Right & Wrong: Congress Bans Abortion
By Dell Gines

I have made absolutely no secret how I feel about abortion. To me abortion isn’t a woman’s rights issue, but a human rights issue where I believe every conceived child has the right to be born and live life. With the exception of the life of the mother, I am for a ban on all abortions, period. Philosophically, if you believe life begins (or you reasonably believe) at conception, then the only rational and humane position you can have on abortion is a strong pro-life position. It seems the Nicaraguan congress agrees with most of my sentiment but is putting a law into place the bans all abortions, even those that could save a mothers life. In an article titled, Nicaraguan Congress bans all abortions By FILADELFO ALEMAN, Associated Press Writer (10/26/2006), the Nicaraguan Congress:

MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Nicaragua’s Congress voted Thursday to ban all abortions, including those that could save a mother’s life.

If signed into law by President Enrique Bolanos, the measure would eliminate a century-old exception to Nicaragua’s abortion ban that permits the procedure if three doctors certify that the woman’s health is at risk.

Now, most definitely I agree with the ban of abortions. I believe my rationale and philosophy for this position is clear. However, one fundamental right that I believe supercedes the right to life (from a pro-life perspective) is the right of the mother to defend her life from the attack of another. When a child in the womb will potentially cause the death of another person, IE the mother, I believe it is the inherent right of the mother to protect herself from death if she so chooses. This is my exception to abortion. To tell a woman that she has to die to allow a child to live is something that transcends the role of government, and then truly becomes an issue between her, her God and her child.

Being that I consider the child in the womb a child, and not simply a fetus, I view the role of a woman and sacrifice for the child the same as a woman let’s say running out into the street and sacrificing her life to rescue a child from being hit by a car. She should not be compelled to do so, even if many would consider it a noble sacrifice.

So although I categorically reject a woman having to sacrifice her life against her will, I also reject abortion on the demand for any reason other than saving the life of the mother. So Nicaragua got most of it right. I hope America can get half that far.

The Black Messiah By Xyborg

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The Black Messiah
By Xyborg

FROM ‘THE AFRISTOCRAT’, 25 October 2006:

King Solomon is the key to the racial identity of Jesus Christ. According to the King James Bible, Solomon was King David’s sixteenth son by Bathsheba and Solomon - the greatest of the Kings of Israel - refers to himself
as a Black man in the following Biblical passage:

I am black, but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of
Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon. Look not upon me, because I am black,
because the sun hath looked upon me: my mother’s children were angry with me;
they made me the keeper of the vineyards; but mine own vineyard have I not
kept.

- The Song of Solomon, 1:5-6

Furthermore, according to the same Bible, the Messiah must be a descendent of David through his son Solomon (II Samuel 7:14; I Chronicles 17:11-14, 22:9-10, 28:4-6). Since a Black man could never have descended from a White man then Solomon’s father, David, must have himself been Black. And likewise, if the coming Messiah is to descend to this World through Solomon then he, too, must be Black.

Case closed.

Xyborg

Bill Cosby Live on Omaha Radio

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If you want to listen to the Cos expound on his positions here is the live link.

It starts at 9AM Central Time scroll down to the link on the bottom of the KFAB page

Click Here to Listen to the Cos

KIM JONG-IL & THE BLACK BOMB By Xyborg

Blogged under Uncategorized, Xyborg by Dell on Monday 9 October 2006 at

KIM JONG-IL & THE BLACK BOMB
By Xyborg Blogger at the Afristocrat

To read the full post click HERE

“…the government of South Africa, under the leadership of His Excellency President Thabo Mbeki, should revive the Apartheid-era Nuclear Weapons Program and utilise its Nuclear Materials & Installations along with the Nuclear Scientific talents of the African World (and in conjunction with the Nuclear Establishments of Algeria & Egypt) in order to bring into existence a Pan African Nuclear Deterrent Option – the “BLACK BOMB” – for the collective defence of the AU…”

“…An African Bomb will help to prevent a Second Holocaust of the kind that Africans endured during the Slavery and Colonial eras and enable us to exact maximum Nuclear Retribution, at a moment’s notice, against any future Imperialist Predators…”

“…A 1994 study by the Natural Resources Defence Council (NRDC) estimating that a country possessing a “low technical capability” could build a 20-Kt Nuclear Device with only 16 kilograms of HEU means that the Fissile Material currently possessed by Thabo Mbeki’s Government is sufficient for the production of 25 Fission-Type NUCLEAR WARHEADS (which, if fabricated with sufficient quantities of Tritium, could boost their explosive yield to 100-Kt – 100,000 tons of TNT or five Nagasaki’s-worth of nuclear explosive power – per weapon) for the African Union’s Nuclear Deterrent Arsenal…” (more…)

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