Dude/Suidlander/KVZ split from Uhuru

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The Dude (April 16, 2008, 13:02:49 PM):
Help the Scorpio's

http://www.mypetition.co.za/index.php?page=sign_petition&petition_id=39
B.T. (April 16, 2008, 13:08:08 PM):
done that!

My spelling along with my temper fell by the wayside in my previous comment, must be the racist in me!
Mefiante (April 16, 2008, 13:22:33 PM):
An attitude like yours is demeaning to anyone, that is white and not a racist.
Meaning, presumably, that you are white and consider yourself not a racist, yes?
Tell me if you saw a black man lurking outside your house in the middle of the night, and it carried on for two or three nights, will you feel save, or will you do something to safeguard yourself?
In view of the quote cited at the top of this post, I find it somehow telling that you should single out “a black man” lurking around one’s house at night. Why is that? Is it maybe because they’re more difficult to see at night and you want to impress us with your ocular acuity? Pseudian slip, perhaps?

Whatever the case may be, The Dude doesn’t put forward arguments, judging by the available samples here. S/he flatly asserts his/her unsubstantiated inferences, expecting that s/he will be taken seriously and remain unquestioned. Then s/he gets upset when challenged to provide some backing. You may have noticed how s/he hasn’t addressed a single question put to him/her.



My spelling along with my temper fell by the wayside in my previous comment, must be the racist in me!
Well, recognising the problem is the first step towards addressing it. Good luck with that.

'Luthon64
B.T. (April 16, 2008, 13:31:30 PM):
No I am no racist, and I specifically said black man, to bring home the fact that if you should be afraid, does that necesarly make you a racist?
Mefiante (April 16, 2008, 13:46:48 PM):
… I specifically said black man, to bring home the fact that if you should be afraid, does that necesarly make you a racist?
Not to get too far off topic, but sorry, I don’t follow this argument. In fact, here it seems to be your contention that a black man prowling around outside one’s house is somehow more frightening than, say, a pinko-grey one. Surely, any person, regardless of their colour, who hangs furtively around one’s house in the deep of night would arouse apprehension, not so?

'Luthon64

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