I did not tell her how to be black. How could I? I've never been black before. But I can certainly hope for the rid of inferiority complexes. (along with all the other bad things in this world)I know that Christ who walked this earth was black as well (and I certainly wouldn't of told HIM how to be black either.). Impossible.
Should I respond differently to black Aisha than I do to other white people - that seems wrong and won't do anyone any good. I'm just straight up with her as anyone else while repeatedly expressing understanding towards her anger and inferiority complex because I understand WHY it's there (as best I can).
When I refer to rainbow jes-us it is descriptive of his Spirit that LIVES as JAH LIVES. And the Spirit has no color, or on the other hand the Spirit does have many colors. It's the EYES, the ACTIONS, the MESSAGE. I've came to this rainbow Jes-us conclusion due to so many experiences, and it is most definitly not due to the fact that I won't accept or am compromising a Black Christ. Because I believe as you that HE was BLACK. And have for a long time. This world is so screwed up, I don't care what color HE is as long as HE'S HERE. I'd bow to a Black God or a Purple God if indeed He was God or the Son of God. -IF- He deserved that bow.
Black is great black is wonderful black is easily superior. Black itself could never be wrong, but the person could be.
I know a black professor and mentor who was natively from Sierra Leone. He was an ambassador to the U.N. for S.L. and the U.K., etc..... He has a following like you wouldn't believe. An ARMY of all colors behind him for his pure brilliance and skill - he did not compromise himself as a black person one bit. A champion for human rights as well as black isolationist nationalism soveriegnty... etc. Fights racism in high and low places, you name it. He literally WAS SUPERIOR to all of us --- his students (of various nationalities), colleagues you name it - this man was SUPERIOR in countless ways but it wasn't due to color. I allways told him that he should run for president. I knew that niether of us were inferior to eachother as human beings. And I could've cared less how he expressed or taught what he knew as long as he expressed it. This BLACK genious KNEW he was NOT INFERIOR and it showed - every single person whoever it was looked up to him and never flinched because he was black ---- only in AWE of his teachings and the wonderful person he is. This esteemed BLACK PERSON is SUPERIOR to me.
But when he walked by people didn't go 'hey look there's black and proud Conteh!' seen? And he didn't either. But yes, he held his head high and he should - he deserves a world of respect and then some. (he did sware sometimes too)
I'm telling you the truth, when I read your posts everytime I feel like a big idiot and I realize how much more I have to learn. I don't mind saying that your intellectually superior to me. I cannot tell a lie - you are. Some would and those folks can go to batty hell. I do mind if your rude to me and I would also mind if someone was rude to you. It would be different if I said that I only respect your teachings if they are westernized in content style and delivery. I'm not sure what you do or have done allready but I can guarantee you that if you went around giving speeches or teaching as other great leaders in the past, your bound to pick up other nationalities that you might not expect. Because the majority of your message is Iniversal and nothing or noone could ever change that. The truth magnetizes the truthfull.
There needs to be and there will be a peaceful yet strong nationalist self-determination revolution within the 'borders' of the USA. Everyone involved has to hit the HEIGHTS like never before and it will not happen until all minds are freed and all minds will not be freed until petty division and inferiority ILLusions disappear. A new race that retains strongly it's individual identities and tramples down all the........... so on and so forth. First we must learn to cooperate together to certain extents of course without the sugar-coating and pimpers paradise ---- that's a given.
I think I'm going way off track, I apologize.
I really do see how 'one love' has actually turned out to be harmful in many respects to African people and goals. And as I trod this earth, I'll keep that in mind and share it.
Well, getting tired. Have a nice rest of the week, Heather
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