Scary but true!!! BTW, following past threads, I'd like to congratulate you on your latest "Bundle of Joy"!!! I also see that you're a peace loving person and I like that. I am the same way. I only raise my warriors feathers and MAKANA when I feel I have to and when I do, I do so in honor of my people and for the right reason. I share and partake in peace, and as a warrior, I learned from the best; My Father!!! When I have to stand up to anything or anyone, my weapon works mentally, spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, and as a last resort, physically, and I WON'T LOSE!!!!!!!!!!
I am glad to see and meet someone of your kind nature and I sincerely say to you; W'AMORETE BUKIA TAU'HIAKA, BUKIA BOHIO, O BUSIKA BUKIA TAI NIKKI O HUBA NICHI, DA TIAO!!! (May our Creator bless you, your home, and grant you good spirits and a strong heart, my sister!!!) With much respect----Kutubanama
My dear friend. You say that is not so in PR, only in the US Let me bring you a liitle bit up to speed. While I was born in NY, my childhood was in PR and I was raised the rest of the way here in the US. Working with the airlines has given me the oipportunity to travel quite frequently to Boriken (PR to you) no less than an average of 5-7 times a year!!! I stay with friends and family, not tourist hotels, and I have driven practically 85% of the 3,500 square miles that is my beloved Boriken. Besides having put up with the ignorance of the above mentioned "myths" here in the US, guess what?!?! I've had to put up with the same crap there in Boriken (PR) from a great deal of people. Instead of identifying yourself as "Mixed blood", while you're there in Boriken (PR), identify yourself as "Indio" and tell me your experience as you go throughout the island identifying yourself as such. You'll see that this is not limited to the US. Any doubts??? I'll be more than happy to catch up with you and my brother Kacian, take you around with us and YOU tell us if it's only a US thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!