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  • #2
    Black and Puerto Rican Studies?

    Why not have two Divisions at your University: On for Puerto Rican Studies Only?

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    • #3
      It isn't my university. Take that up with C.U.N.Y. I went to Brooklyn College where there actually is a Dept. of Puerto Rican Studies. Though in the last few years they have modified the name to include a burgeoning influx of Latinos. Peace.

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      • #4
        In any event, this thread was meant to point out how the CIA and the FBI continued their practices of making us confused and divided over issues regarding our own destiny as a people. Hopefully, the educated Boricuas will take heed to what has happened and use it to propel us into a self-governing nation of PEACE and not violence.

        I don't condone violence, but I understand why armed insurrection has been used in the past. U.S. Bill of Rights calls it the "right to bear arms" in defense of our nation. Sometimes we've had to "yell" because our issues go largely ignored by the gov't of the colonizer.

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        • #5
          That's deep. I knew they are subversive. So much for Freedom, huh?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Juracan21
            In any event, this thread was meant to point out how the CIA and the FBI continued their practices of making us confused and divided over issues regarding our own destiny as a people. Hopefully, the educated Boricuas will take heed to what has happened and use it to propel us into a self-governing nation of PEACE and not violence.

            I don't condone violence, but I understand why armed insurrection has been used in the past. U.S. Bill of Rights calls it the "right to bear arms" in defense of our nation. Sometimes we've had to "yell" because our issues go largely ignored by the gov't of the colonizer.
            I don't buy it, the parties alone have the people in the island so confused that there is no way to get worst. The island is vapor for the Federal Government, believe me there is no federal funds going for that, the confusion in our brains makes it totally uneccessary. I don't buy it.

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            • #7
              Divide and conquer is a United States method of warfare. It's like putting liquort stores in poor neighborhoods to keep the masses addicted. I know how these gringos do. They're beyond shady, they're twisted. All the parties in Puerto Rico SUCK. Socialism is coming.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TainoWarriorRPR
                Divide and conquer is a United States method of warfare. It's like putting liquort stores in poor neighborhoods to keep the masses addicted. I know how these gringos do. They're beyond shady, they're twisted. All the parties in Puerto Rico SUCK. Socialism is coming.
                This sound like Malcolm X paranoiah, people drink, that is the reason of liquor stores, capitalism at work, supply and demand, that is it, no need for conspiracies or National Enquirer theories. About socialism, The Puerto Rican people had been capitalist for so long, I don't see it happen at all.
                Go to the island, you will see what I am talking about. Everybody is so fanatic of their properties, is unbelievable.

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                • #9
                  We'll see. I live in Levitown, man. Ya yo se como son las cosas. ;-)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TainoWarriorRPR
                    We'll see. I live in Levitown, man. Ya yo se como son las cosas. ;-)
                    So then tell me taino, who in the island is willing to abandon their private property and gave it to the government. less than 1% that is for sure. Is not going to happened that is for sure.

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                    • #11
                      Never say never. No one knows what the future holds.

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