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Please, Help Me Out On Ahoofe’s Pomposity

Comment: THE EARTH IS A BIG STAGE, LEAVE HIM.

Author:
BRAVEBOY
Date:
2014-02-02 02:11:15
Comment to:
Mr. "Linguist"


By their fruits, ye shall know them. Unfortunately, there's no medicine to cure inferiority complex masked up as western educated credentials.

Ahoofe is only suffering from what I term, English academic diarrhea (because the English make it a point to force your system to catch the disease).

Antagonist like him actually bring out the beauty and principles of the protagonist.

Like many, I spend time to read his articles, sometimes, just to kick myself from ever repeating the old trappings of the black man, inferiority complex.

I would never brag about knowing, understanding or speaking a whiteman's language.

Young ones, learn all you can but never resort to the confused and self esteemed state of Ahoofe. He is a classic shame to his ancestors and people.

I bet, his white friends have been telling him how smart he is than his fellow Africans, hence his folly.

Folly because he has been recently defending the achievements of an Ewe man who passed, Kolma, from Kwasi Pratt's onslaught and then I asked myself, why did he once say, he shares nothing in common with an Ewe person.

He is not just a tribal bigot, but in fact with all his 'self acclaimed credentials' he lacks the historical facts of his connections and existence. You either accept it or it makes no difference the fact you share a common distant heritage with an Ewe person, common. Not even sharing it, does not make you more human or Africa than any.

The more I learn, the more I learn how little I know. -- Socrates

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02-01 00:16
 
 
 
 
THE EARTH IS A BIG STAGE, LEAVE HIM.
BRAVEBOY
02-02 02:11
BANDASIRI BEGAWA
02-01 06:31