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Agginitus: Number One Fatal Disease Killing African Americans

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December 7, 2008

  

Today, a new disease known as Agginitus is killing more African Americans than HIV, diabetes, strokes, and heart disease combined.  This new disease does not discriminate in age, sex, religion or ideology.  It is highly unmerciful, even to African American infants and toddlers.  Unfortunately, this disease is only airborne, which makes it ten times more likely to contract only over a short period of time.

 

Now, the term "-Agginitus' is derivative of the word "-aggin'.  The word "-aggin' when spelled backwards also derives from the word "-nig-ga'.  This is why only African Americans can contract this disease.  Of course, African Americans contract this disease from aggins.   What are the symptoms of Agginitus?

 

Here is a short list of those symptoms:

 
  1. Extreme irritability whenever dealing with aggins.
  2. Anger, which is most prevalent in children whenever they have aggins for parents.
  3. Anxiety attacks, which comes from having to work with aggins in the workplace because you never know whether your last day at work could be today.
  4. Long-term heart disease.
  5. Long-term stroke damage.
  6. High blood pressure.

Have you ever wondered why normal, sane African Americans develop sudden symptoms of emotional or mental illness?  When you've been exposed to aggins for so long, you can't help but  develop symptoms of Agginitus such as depression, mania, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or extreme anger.  This is one reason why many African American young adults end up in prison and sometimes for multiple crimes, because they had contracted Agginitus.  Some didn't even know they had this disease, because it cannot be identified through a blood sample or with a simple checkup at the hospital/clinic. 

The only way this ghost disease can be identified is through physical reactions from any of the above symptoms.  African Americans have silently suffered with this airborne disease since the early 1600s, just after slavery became a legal institution in America.  Attempts have been made to wipe out this disease completely from the black community, but those attempts became futile after the aggin community decided otherwise.  Unfortunately, there exist two separate communities within Black America.  One, the black community.  The second, the aggin community.  Of course, there has been a long struggle between these two tribes since the early 1600s.  One tribe has a different ideology from the other tribe, making it very difficult for the two tribes to merge as one tribe.  One tribe wants to maintain the ideologies and philosophies of the house/field slave mentality while the other tribe wants to break free of the house/field slave mentality.

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Unfortunately, I currently suffer from the disease known as Agginitus.  My mother suffers from it as well.  I've been to various places in search of a cure, but have been unsuccessful in finding that cure.  Thank God, I don't suffer from all the symptoms of Agginitus, but only a couple.  I was lucky. 

 

PLEASE NOTE:

I'm a black person who wrote the above article.  Even though this blog is meant as a joke, there are some viable points in this blog still.  You can still learn something from this blog.  Hope you enjoyed reading it.

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