this is amazing Iyah, i read your response 2 days ago and have ben thinking it over these days. i must admit that i have never read such an analysis of our movement before.
i have always regreted the suppression and loss of revolutionary roots of rastafari.the need to engage in struggles to improve the living conditions of our people.
Like Ras Jahazaiel has wriiten no amount of shouting Jah RASTAFARI, no amout of beating the drum and amount of smoking sensi is going to change the situation in which the Afrikan people find themselves.
its the revolutionary struggle that bring about change.
so let not a day without struggle be your motto till the afrikan people are free and united.
i give thanks ras
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