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(@realradiotalk)
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And I answered you. Clearly

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Posted : 16/11/2017 12:54 pm
(@kevlew)
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RealRADIOTalk;256383 wrote: Let me give you a clearance. I am saying : if African names are just as good as the slave names: why not make the change ... meaning —- then ones should change to the African Name. I hope you get it now???... and changing your name is good ; which I explained already in the prior statement I made etc... people change their name and their Heart ❤️ is not always good.

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Respectfully Sis. I quote again. "if African names are just as good as the slave names: why not make the change "

I would hope that the basis for changing to an Afrikan name is more than based on it's as good as a enslaved name....doesn't this diminish the essence of what an Afrikan name means and its purpose for Afrikan (black) people?

Would you agree that it's Afrikan or anti-Afrikan? Regardless of individuals who may or may not have the Afrikan (black) names?

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Topic starter Posted : 16/11/2017 1:20 pm
(@realradiotalk)
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kevlew;256390 wrote: Respectfully Sis. I quote again. "if African names are just as good as the slave names: why not make the change "

I would hope that the basis for changing to an Afrikan name is more than based on it's as good as a enslaved name....doesn't this diminish the essence of what an Afrikan name means and its purpose for Afrikan (black) people?

Would you agree that it's Afrikan or anti-Afrikan? Regardless of individuals who may or may not have the Afrikan (black) names?

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You repeating the same nonsense after I explained ... again and again what I said. Please find someone else to preach your knit picking. Be Blessed .

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Posted : 26/11/2017 11:13 am
(@realradiotalk)
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I not go back and forth with you , it’s you lacking over standing.

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Posted : 26/11/2017 11:14 am
(@kevlew)
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RealRADIOTalk;257435 wrote: I not go back and forth with you , it’s you lacking over standing.

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No problem.

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Topic starter Posted : 26/11/2017 11:17 am
(@kwaku-omowale)
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https://youtu.be/NVlhMOy1Vbs

i guess that's it. i have to pay for the name change.

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Posted : 29/11/2017 7:44 pm
(@efuany)
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I haven’t read everything on this thread, but I see insults and am disappointed. If we can’t get along on this platform, we are truly doomed.

Disagreements will occur, how will we deal with them?

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Posted : 29/11/2017 11:25 pm
(@nko)
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Omawali;257817 wrote: Total idiot she is!

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Just to be clear you are referring to Wendy?

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Posted : 29/11/2017 11:50 pm
(@cuitocuanavale)
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My official first name is a European name, while my middle and last names are African.

I personally will never change my first name because it is the name that my parents gave me and I respect this name. Of my siblings I am the only one with a European first name. All of my other siblings have African names from first to last. My parents just happened to give it to me and I respect their decision.

My first name has African roots as all European names do if you do the linguistic and etymological math and trace it back from Indo European to African Language Families.

I respect all of those who recognize the superiority of African names and do agree with this notion. I personally will keep my official name because it is something that identify with as a child of the Maafa. It does not prevent me from fighting for Afrikan liberation or developing the final solution to our problems.

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Posted : 12/12/2017 12:29 am
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