|By Anonymous (ppp-69-236-134-120.dsl.sndg02.pacbell.net - 184.108.40.206) on Monday, November 14, 2005 - 8:53 pm: Edit Post|
This is the most stupid newspaper ever! why would anyone even spend a minute reading or even wiping thier ass with this crap?
|By Anonymous (220.127.116.11) on Friday, June 20, 2008 - 12:28 pm: Edit Post|
Many of the young white females volunteers in particular, feel that this regions in africa had been exploited in most parts by western countries and subsconciously as "humans" and much "maternal instincs" have the need to repair the damage done in the past and present...these women make attempts wholeheartedly in doing so by giving something back by living closely with the natives to alleviate their past ancestral sins ....during this period some have fallen romantically involved with the natives and probably feels that this is just a part of their duties and also we as humans also have needs added to by their loneliness making their life as one with the natives especially the blackmales..as they live closely, working with the native they formed a special bond. In my opinion, having native boyfriends or having physical contacts with the blackmales and not necessarily their boyfriends complete the feeling of "guilts" somewhat healed....as a young whitewoman myself I know know how it is being mistreated based on my gender growing up, going to school and also being involved in the whitemale corporate world...so there is a common denominator between whitewomen of this country and the african natives whereas the latter is based on skin colors...I believe before they embark on this journey they are pretty much aware of what's going on over in that region, of the danger lurking based on media reports but the risk to one's safety is paled in comparison to what they feel deep inside...so I give those who served a hero welcome when they returned for following what's important and not allowing others to dictate their desire to serve and try to make those in that darkest regions that someone do care....who knows maybe someday I might join them.....