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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016

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Good Chrisitan men are hard to find, b/c good, smart men are leaving Christianity! To be black and Christian in 2013 is literally insane. Why? The father of the Christian/Catholic Church(don't try to separate it) sits in Rome, Italy. You, nor your people are from Rome, Italy. Most of the languages you speak are English, French, Spanish or Portuguese... You, nor your people are from Europe! Research your lastname... It's European in origin, not from the Motherland, where your ancestors were kidnapped from. Yes, yes, you're insane, and running around looking for a man to be insane with. You're literally white minded people, in a white lastname, speaking white languages, with a white religion of which the origin was stolen from Egypt, Africa. You're white minded people in black peoples bodies, and that's why your prayers for a man are not being answered. Become Sane, and the God & Originator of the Heavens & Earth will answer your prayers, but you don't hear me though...
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