ill leave u niggas wit this tho..
"The white conservatives aren't friends of the Negro either, but they at least don't try to hide it. They are like wolves; they show their teeth in a snarl that keeps the Negro always aware of where he stands with them. But the white liberals are foxes, who also show their teeth to the Negro but pretend that they are smiling. The white liberals are more dangerous than the conservatives; they lure the Negro, and as the Negro runs from the growling wolf, he flees into the open jaws of the 'smiling' fox.
One is the wolf, the other is a fox. No matter what, they’ll both eat you.”
Possibly. Im not really a blind truster. Im pretty much doing better than ever now. The last 8 years have been amazing to me. I've worked hard. Havent been eaten yet. However there have been sone things true about the two Parties regarding economics (Democratic economies do better) and foreign affairs (Republicans tend to be warhawks) also there are other considerations. Also people can say whatever but the world has changed considerably since Malcolm's day. He didnt even see civil right legislation he sure didnt see Obama. Things dont just stay static. He was born in the 20s for fck sake there were all kinds of things going on in his lifetime. Whole different time now.
"the world has changed considerably since Malcolm's day"
we need not discuss this any further..
read the book my nigga..
read the book..
Rwanda is a small country, with its modern capital, Kigali, at the centre. From here the roads radiate outwards, like the spokes of a wheel, and hence on most Rwanda holidays you'll occasionally spend a night here as part of any itinerary. It’s a pleasant city scattered over several hills with enough to do to keep visitors occupied for a couple of days, easy to walk around with plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants for sustenance.
One of the first things most people notice is that, particularly for an African city, Kigali is spotlessly clean, partly because plastic bags are banned in the country but also because of a universal service called Umuganda when everyone gets together on the last Saturday morning of each month working on community projects like keeping streets clean, tending to gardens and helping neighbours. Do bear this in mind should you be on holiday in Rwanda during this time – many shops and businesses will be closed for the morning.
Kigali has relatively few tourists but those that take the time to explore the city are rewarded by a friendly response from locals and a more rounded insight into the country as a whole.