* You said: “ But you seem to be a person which needs always proofs... Scientists wanted to know if Yeshuah was African, they found a skull from the time and area where Yeshuah lived... they wanted to know if the people there were African... so they made many tests with the newest methods, and they said, this man was African, without any doubt.
Solomon was Black like his Ethiopian Son.
Israel lived fourhundred years long in Africa...
This are facts. “
My response: Prove it! But you only have beliefs under your belt. You provide not ONE Biblical evidence, historical or scientific quote, citation, or anything else to back up your assertions. Blind assertions can never stand as facts.
* You said: “... the only reason why you are here is because you think that all it is about is BLACK... and now when you see that RastafarI isn´t as black as you want it you complain again.”
My response: The "Term of Use" and the "About Us" pages of this website clearly states that this community is a platform allowing ALL African/Blacks to share, learn and debate things that are important to us Blacks alongside Rastafarians. Please reference to the Introduction pages of this site.
* You said: “I think RastafaI isn´t the right for you... because you seek something completely different.But why don't people often accept that RastafarI isn't the right for them, and instead try to change Rasta so that it fit on them?
Why is RastafarI interesting to you? “
My response: Indeed, I follow the ancestral spirituality of my ancestors, which are guardians of the morals and principles of Mother Earth. I am a philosophical person who is seeking Wisdom in the Kongo and Dahomey traditions that allow us African/Blacks to be ourselves, because they more in tuned to nature and our ancestral customs, made by African/Blacks that fit our lives! I am not interested to impose my views on you, but I am more interested to partake in challenging your Judeo-Christian ideology and belief that the Ethiopian monarch Haile Selaissie I is a deity, to gain intellectual growth. I admit the sole purpose of debating you or anyone else is self-seeking.
* You said: “I follow RastafarI, that is what Iman vowed... maybe it isn't black enough for you... or you would prefer something west-african etc... “
My response: You must know I am a not a West African. I am a proud Congolese woman from the Democratic Republic of Congo. I was born and raised in the Bandundu province, located on the banks of the great Kwilu River, East of the capital Kinshasa. Our traditional plastic creativity, customs, food, dancing, styles, and songs are powerful. I encourage you to visit my country. You will learn more about your ROOTS, if you truly are a Black person.
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