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People :  Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe

Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe (né le 5 décembre 1924 - décédé le 27 février 1978) était un homme politique d'Afrique du Sud, fondateur du Congrès panafricain.

Author: The 2010 Matriot Gamester
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Author: The 2010 Matriot Gamester Mon Dec 28 20:06:19 2009

TO ALL LEADERS: A HOLY TEMPLE IS A CLEAN CONSCIENCE. Janetta Van Rooyen-Delport-Ells from SOUTH AFRICA

The men who shaped our politics have harmed us terribly and we cannot allow them to continue.

RE-EDUCATE THE WORLD REGARDING WHAT IS RIGHT. IT IS THE OPPOSITE OF WRONG AND THE ONLY RIGHT WE HUMANS HAVE IS THE RIGHT TO DO RIGHT.

I. Nouns. Wrong, iniquity, wickedness, unrighteousness, improbity, wrongdoing, evil, sin, guilt, shame, disobedience, misdoing, delinquency, malpractice, obliquity; grievance, tort (law), injury, offense, malum in se (L.), transgression, crime, villainy; falsity, error. Injustice, unfairness, unjustness, inequity, hardship, imposition, oppression, foul play; partiality, leaning, bias, prejudice, prepossession, nepotism, favor, favoritism, partisanship; undueness, unlawfulness, illegality. II. Verbs. Do wrong, be inequitable, show partiality, favor, lean towards; encroach; impose upon; reap where one has not sown. Wrong, injure, harm, damage, hurt, serve ill, misserve, disserve, do injury to, maltreat, abuse, cheat, defraud, treat unjustly; dishonor, disgrace. III. Adjectives. Wrong, wrongful, iniquitous, bad, wicked, reprehensible, sinful, immoral, evil, blameworthy; injurious, detrimental, hurtful, harmful, baneful, deleterious, noxious, pernicious. Unjust, unfair, inequitable, unequal, partial, one-sided. Unjustifiable, unreasonable, unwarrantable, objectionable, inexcusable, unauthorizable, unjustified; unlawful, illegal, immoral, criminal, [out of order] disordered, deranged, amiss, faulty, out of kilter (IU.S. colloq.), disarranged, disturbed, out of gear, crank, cranky, shaky, in bad condition. Erroneous, inaccurate, incorrect, faulty, inexact, unsound, illogical, mistaken, false, untrue, wide of the mark (as, a wrong conclusion). Improper, unfit, inappropriate, unsuitable, inapposite, inapt, incongruous. IV. Adverbs. Wrong, amiss, wrongly, erroneously, inaccurately, incorrectly, falsely, improperly. Wrongfully, unjustly, unfairly, inequitably, injuriously, banefully, etc. (see adjectives). Also BADNESS, EVIL, ILLEGALITY, IMPROPRIETY, MALEVOLENCE, VICE.

Antonyms. RIGHT.