View Full Version : People that do not pledge
12-07-2000, 03:17 AM
Not trying to put down the people who do not pledge because one cannot help where he/she was made. But is another thing when you know this person has not went through no struggle, and he just talk sh## o people who are in the same about as he is about pledging. What is up with that? Do you think that people who do not pledge has a right to talk sh## about people who do not pledge. I already have my opinion- what is yours?
12-07-2000, 09:27 AM
Intersting question frat, although I am not too sure I get it. Are you talking about a person who would talk S&^t as far as how hard they pledged and didn't pledge, or as far as people who didn't pledge at all, and are dissing those who did.
As far as the first person that's korny. Don't claim something that you are not. I got as much love for you if you didn't pledge as if you did. For me it all boils down to what are you doing to uphold Elder's Dream after you get in. Your love for the frat should be in spite of not becuase of your process. If I don't see any passion or love for the frat before you join, then you won't get my vote. Although I believe that the more you work for something, the more you cherish it.
Now I saw a view on another board where a person was basically chastising people who did pledge, and how hazing and all that was terrible. I don't agree with that. You are right in the statement that a person really doesn't have too much choice in how they were made (well to a certain extent I will agree with that). But what I don't like are people who feel that we have to have this ultra sanitary process and get mad at others who express a view other than that of their own. That's crazy. Everyone is entitled to their own view. I may go out on a limb here, but If a poll was taken, I am willing to bet that 80 - 90% of each BGLO's membership hates the new process, and feels that MIP was ramed down the throat of the membership of each org.
That's just my take on it.
Peace and Luv to the most Knoble Klan of men to walk the face of this earth.
12-08-2000, 12:07 AM
I'm in total agreeance with you brother MandingoNupe. I'm not a fan of the current MIP system, but what can we do but get involved with the NPHC and within our orgs. and try to change things that way. The issue is will I respect someone who didn't pledge. Yes I would. I've been over this issue before so I won't go into detail again. I will say that people that didn't pledge themselves shouldn't condemn others that didn't pledge.
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12-12-2000, 10:40 AM
There is new process on the table being discussed. Check out nupes.com
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