And by the way General Nyabinghi... you don't sound so different linguistically to slavers. even the pirates have slang... oh speaking of pirate's slang (creolising french, spanish and english as they sailed around the islands chopping up and raping locals)... don't thee I know this is only one of the affecting factors of the development of the creoles and patois in that part of the world.
***And you do not sound any different than an ingnorant person. So what's ya point?
Let me tell you something about Africans, InI teach the English English... hear that?
***Nest time make sure ya ganjah be not laced my bruddah. Chemicals will make ya reason as such. I wonder, do InI teach English to Rastas in the Congo? Or what about black Rastas in cuba, and the Dominican, do they get English lessons too? lol Give it a rest man.
I don't mind you taking whatever stance you like on your own manner of conduct... but on this public forum if you are trying to tell InI African youth to draw down and carry on like some pirate cos you feel it is the way to p*** off your uncle Gordon or aunty Liz, or maybe in your case it's your uncle donald, or uncle dick, and let them know that you are 'down' with the rebels. Do you know what they do with our youth (I'M TALKING ABOUT BLACK YOUTH NOW) who speak like slaves... they treat them as such.
***LMBAO I am a West African male you idiot! And how exactly is one treated as a slave? You are either a slave or not. If a person treat you like a slave, and you allow them to, then that is your probelm. Some rebel you seem to be, yet walk on egg shells around your massah with proper speech. You sound like a weekend rebel to I. Second of all, I man never told anyone how to speak. And never tell I what to do. You aint I dadda nor massah.
So... how you come to do the same thing to InI... are you calling InI something like 'uppity niggers'???? Cos that is how it is sounding to me.
***Now InI are getting somewhere, in that lays your probelm. You must have too much wax in dem ears boi. Nobody called you uppity. But you do seem to call those who speak with InI own dialect, and phrasing something equivalent to a slave or pirate? well that may not make ya an uppity N, but it does make one sound like a fool, or a scared rebel.
Listen if you didn't know this, then hear this... do you know how real rebels talk in this time? Just like real royalty.
***So far wit ya line of reasoning, I dare even ask the I what is real royalty. However I know that real royalty are those who follow after Rastafari. Maybe the I has another definition perhaps? Actualy I am hoping you would spare I. Therefore you can take this as a rhetorical question.
Oh and remember don't ever tell I what to do boi.