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Hola, I'm a prolific writer with a myriad of interests. Those interests include: Socialism, music, and interrracial issues/creoles and other tri-racial groups/American Indians such as Lumbee. I'm mixed myself, a result of many, many cultures and genetics coming together as one. History is dialectical!

I'm very sorry to come onto your personal page but I'd appreciate an apology for calling me non- human, which for a 'prolific writer' is highly unprofessional and merely an insult, I'm not an automaticbot and was merely saying that mongrel is the term applied to mixeds, and no a lot of pure people don't have a very rosy view of them. 12:31, 12 February 2007 (UTC)

Well, I didn't call the person who brought up the Ham story a "non-human," or anything like it. I may have overreacted a bit, as I don't like unsigned posters, especially those who appear to be trying to stir something. I added a little piece about the origins of the Ham story being applied to "blacks" after an addition was made to the original mention of Ham showing both a non-malignant intent and the user's IP#. That was an attempt to create a dialogue. Trust me, I'm well aware of how "purists" of all "types" feel about mixed people. You must have confused my comments to "Coloureds" with ones I made to you.

As for the other person, "Coloureds," they made deliberately provocative remarks about mixed people. I didn't even call THEM "non-human," I did ask them if they were human in a rhetorical sense, and inquired to find out whether they were white power or black power. I got my answer.


To recap, at least an IP# would have been nice in the beginning and a little clearer posting on your part would have forestalled any possible misunderstanding. That obvious bigot posting right under you didn't help any, that's for sure. Hope this clears things up. JBDay 18:51, 12 February 2007 (UTC)

Firstly, how many actually different unsigned posters were there in that section?

Again, I called no-one "non-human." I don't know how many unsigned posters there were, if there were more than one, I confused them as one, but I called no-one "non-human." I dare say that mixed people are called that by both acolytes of Farakhan and of Catfish Cole everyday!! I apologise for any misunderstanding about the number of poster confusion, but as I called no-one "non-human," I make none there.JBDay 19:09, 12 February 2007 (UTC)

I'm an GD and are you a mixed? I have no problem with mixed people other than that I believe it shames both my race and some other race, it's just a personal opinion and it doesn't affect my work on wikipedia, I believe that there's better websites with which to spread our message through, it's heritage not hate. A black man cannot help being a black any more than I can being white but when they mix they're commiting some shameful act, if you want to be friends with someone who isn't part of your race that's fine but nothing sexual and no I'm not a part of the Mixed Race= Disgrace Movement. I wasn't involved in the Jubilee family cross lighting incident or anything else u want to accuse me of.

P.S. 'Other person'? I posted both comments and why should we tip- toe around their feelings, they make me so angry? 12:11, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

I'm a GD for an independent group, maybe I'll put up a film of our meetings on youtube because we need more publicity but for now I'm interested in one thing and that's educating people to be wary and educated of such types. 21:11, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

Enjoy the video.