When you take a very good look at the history of our struggle as African people, it becomes very very clear, that we as male figures, have been quite ungrateful to our she males, when you consider how hard our she males have worked, in the liberation struggle, over the past more than 500 years. It is a burning shame, that intelligent African people, can support the teachings, that a woman should not be allowed to speak in the church, or that a woman is not allowed to uncover her head, are that a woman is unclean when she is seeing her monthly period, how can these things be, when Mother Nature and Father Time, does not indicates these matters as a violation, in any form of their manifestations.
Every single woman was born with their head uncovered, and grow up with it uncovered as baby girls, up to the age of their teens, then they really begin to learn the stupid and stylistic ways of adults, like beer drinking and smoking, and burning off their hair with chemicals or hot iron combs etc.
So if the woman was given her head and hair, by Mother Nature and Father Time, why would she bother to pay attention to those religious Laws, which were created by those people who created religion, for the purpose of making a profit and having control over the minds of people. If a woman wants to cover her head, whether in the church or any where upon the face of this earth, let it be her own choice, not the choice of her kingman, or the choice of the pastor or the choice of Paul, or the choice of the bishop, or the choice of the Rabbi, let it be her own choice to cover, or uncover her head according to how she feels at any given time.
And why is it that religious laws are saying that the woman should not be allowed to speak in the church, when the woman have a great internal teacher inside of her just like the man?
And the woman was also born with her voice, which was given to her by mother Nature and Father Time,
why should she not be allowed to express her self
for the edification of us all?
In the same way that ideas are given to the man, ideas are also given to the woman internally, so let the woman speak so that we can hear from her, and help to put her good ideas into manifestation.
And when we think, of how we all as little baby boys and girls, hanging on to our mothers, and following them everywhere they go, whether they were seeing their period or not, Mother Nature and Father Time, created them to be our care takers, and that they did for the period of time that they were pregnant, and continue to do so, from our day of birth right into adulthood, as long as there is no difficulties, that comes about to prevent this. Since our fathers would have to go to work, and if we just cry out as if we were hungry or hurt, they would rush to us and have us fed, and comforted us, whether they were seeing their period are not.
It is written in the white man's bible, that thou shall not go nigh unto a menstrous woman, now this simply means, that you should not me mating with a woman while she is seeing her period, that is what that mean. It did not mean that you should scorn your woman, because she is vibrating with function of Mother Moon, this is a time that she must be cared for and be protected, until her days be fullfilled.
You mean to tell me, that if your wife is feeling some pain and very sickly during her period, you as her husband or kingman, have the right to scorn her, and walk away from her in pain, but as soon as her period is over, you are ready to mate with again, although you neglected her during her illness?
Think about all these matters and add your own positive thoughts to this reasoning from your own mind, conscience, and discretion. And also think about the great liberation work, which our African Queens, did on the plantation over the 500 year period, since we are in captivity. There was Queen Nyabinghi, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Nanny of the Maroons, Winnie Mandela, and all those great African Liberators, who were men, who were able to shine in the struggles, they could not have done what they did, if they did not have some great African women beside them, not behind them but beside them.
I am aware, that these subjects upon which I am speaking, are considered untouchable subjects for some people, but they are not untouchable for me, since I am working for reformation, of the various African Liberation movements, so that they can become effective, where true African Unity is concerned, internationally speaking, therefore, I will strike at the very root and core, of the various contradictions as I see it.
So lets go and see what we can learn from each other, as contoversal as this presentation may appear to some. Africans just should not forget to remember, the great Liberation works, which our African women have carried out, on behalf of our people over the more than past 500years.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and sober reasonings, with self determination
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus.
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