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"We totally understand and support WACPtv."

K.Kwame Afari replied Oct 4, 2014 to WACPtv Site Is Back Up... What Happened!

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Reply by TheArtiste Hassan

"There has been no credible, up to date research that confirms that homosexuality is…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Mar 11, 2014 to Uganda Law On Homosexuality, Forward Or Backward;

16 Mar 14, 2014
Reply by Universal Divine Being AUSET

"The heart and soul of Afrikan greatness, brillaince and courage lies in our ability…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Jan 5, 2014 to Give To Me Reparation Or Give Me Death, In Pursuit For Freedom And Justice

11 Jan 5, 2014
Reply by K.Kwame Afari

"Obama will be the most destructive prez. to black existence since our enslavement."

K.Kwame Afari replied Jun 30, 2013 to President Obama In Afrika, Supporting Homosexuality

6 Jun 30, 2013
Reply by Universal Divine Being AUSET

"Couldn't have said it better. At some point, Mr. Presidente will put his foot in his…"

K.Kwame Afari replied May 28, 2013 to A Black father’s open letter to President Obama

12 May 29, 2013
Reply by Ifa Sango

"And yet, we 'occupy' with white society to get a piece of the corporate pie! What a…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Mar 22, 2013 to Why Corporations are Happy to Send Your Children to Prison for Nearly Any Small Offense

10 Mar 22, 2013
Reply by Universal Divine Being AUSET

"Why is it necessary to allow any foreigners into Afrika and give them so much power.…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Mar 1, 2013 to Where are the Warrior Spirits in Africa?

15 Oct 14, 2014
Reply by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

"It is always a pleasure to be discussing  issues such as realistic and practical mea…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Jan 21, 2011 to NATION OF ISLAM REVISITED: CALL FOR INCLUSION & UPGRADE NOW!

36 Nov 10, 2011
Reply by TheArtiste Hassan

"Thank you my brother for taking on a monumental task. It is without question that th…"

K.Kwame Afari replied Jan 19, 2011 to NATION OF ISLAM REVISITED: CALL FOR INCLUSION & UPGRADE NOW!

36 Nov 10, 2011
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