Nobody who has experience in the actual struggles will behave the way you do! Only textbook revolutionaries do that. i do not wish to contest your view on Rastafari movement and His Majesty. You have made up your mind, no amount of facts will change your position.
I agree with many of your statements and positions on the Afrikan people and continent. However the manner in which you present them can serve as form of counterrevolutionary activity.
Being born on the continent might serve as powerful position when you are reasoning with brothers in diaspora but not with us here at home in the motherland. Your distorted view on Blackness was corrected by Ras Fiyah, yet you continue with it, there many varieties and shades of blackness in Africa , have you seen the Nama , Tswana, Sotho and the Mpondo people of africa? They original afrikan people yet very lighter than even His Majesty. I only realize now why Biko mantained that " Blackness is not matter of pigmentation but attitude of mind and a way of life!"
Please read the introduction in the book called " We Black Jews" by Prof Ben about how and why he moved from idetifying himself as a Jew to his current Pan Africanist POSITION. Then you will realise that a revolution is not on the internet but on the streets of the continent.
I admire your zeal to defend and stand for Africa. ALUTA CONTINUA !!! Amical Cabral in his book " Return to the source" teaches about us criticism and self criticism, learnig from the people! With your attitude I doubt you will ever learn from the people , you always be a teacher!
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