Raspects and all Jah Love to you Ras Leo... but you "understand historical facts" ????
1) His-torical facts is an oxymoron. His-story is only his story and NOT fact. Overstand?
2) Gman hit the nail on the head "they (blacks in Amerika, InI assuming you live in Amerika) don't have the power to deny them (whites in Amerika) decent jobs, decent housing etc... In order for one race to be racist toward another, they must by definition have POWER over them. Blacks in Amerika don't have power (in general) over whites so by definition can not be RACISTS. They can, as Gman says, be prejudice though. Just a little clarification.
3) You say you Rasta... but you don't sound like one. Saying "I understand about the historical facts that created that 'prejudice' against white people, and I don't blame anyone... but we gotta move on..." oversimplifies the situation. The his-torical facts that created the situation then STILL EXHIST TODAY! If the I not part of the solution then the I is the part problem. We gotta change more than personal attitudes... we gotta change the Bablyonian shitstem that perpetuates the problems. Make Amerika into I-merica... truth seen?
InI mean no disRaspect to anyone... but InI getting fed up with the same old shyte. Jah has just seen fit to bless the I with a new baby girl (beautiful), and InI soooooo want her to have a better world than we do today and the change has got to start HERE... NOW... TODAY. We can't afford to wait no longer.
All praise Jah... All love through Jah
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