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Re: What do you think of Mutabaruka ?

Yeah man most definitely. Much respek to Mutabaruka! I don't always agree with everything he says but I thank Jah he says it. The more variety of strong, heartfelt, and critically-examined opinions we have out there, the more we can grow from our dialogue with one another in order to arrive closer to the truth, cos like Babatunde says "Everyone wants to pull the truth to their side but usually the truth is standing right there in the middle."
In particular, Muta has consistently been bringing to the forefront the issue of the place of woman in society and helped to counteract certain aspects of the Rasta movement (in my opinion "infections" from institutional "Christianity") that hold woman as inferior, source of evil, and so forth.
Also "Cutting Edge" is a very important contribution.
All who say he is trying to twist or change Rasta should look at the history of the Rasta movement in jamaica, there have always been people with radically different interpretations of Rastafari. Howell's doctrine is not the same as Emmanuel's doctrine is not the same as Ras Boanerges doctrine is not the same as Gad doctrine, so what is the "correct" way Muta is supposedly trying to change Rasta from?

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