Originally Posted by JamesinUSA
I can see the pros and cons of both arguments in changing a particular course of action that doesn't seem to be working very effectively within an organization. But, sometimes it's not the method or course that's necessarily wrong, but merely the existing conditions in which they exist. Sometimes we can't force things to happen, we must merely wait until prevailing social and political conditions exist that will have them work to our benefit.
I firmly believe that the presentation of
Originally Posted by Linda Kelso
Maybe she's thinking that her DNA is going down the drain and sees your children as children she could have had, had she made the right choices. Life is all about choices, they say. One wrong choice can send you into a whirlwind of hurt/crap/whatever.
Definitely and without a doubt, interracial marriage or offspring is a bad thing.
This site has been disabled by its creator, who resigned from the National Alliance in demonstration of disgust in the organizationís chairman, Erich Gliebe for:
*Dereliction of Duty.
*Fiscal Malfeasance with members & intent to use National Alliance funding in an unethical manner.
The above is nothing new. All thatís
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[B]George Lucus was interviewed by Jon Steward about his new film "Red Tails". What a surprise that the man that gave us "Star Wars" is now blaming the failure of a film that has yet to be released on anti-black discrimination.
Has anyone seen the previews for this peace of garbage? Ahhh yes, the techno-rap music combined