Re: Black Male Patriarchy a Threat to Willie Lynch
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: Black Male Patriarchy a Threat to Willie Lynch (Ayinde)
Date: Sunday, 29 August 2004, at 8:39 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Black Male Patriarchy a Threat to Willie Lynch (Ayinde)
My brother I am very much aware of this, and I am awaiting the responses, I do recall that Ras Tafari Makenon worked practically, to carry on the social cultural economical reformations, for his peopl and his Country, and he was not static in his manifestations, he operated from stage to stage most glorious. The were some very out of order things which were taking place in Ethiopia, and Ras Makenon his father started that trend of reformation, and when he realized that it would not be long, before he would be making the great transition, that was when he put Tafari Makenon in charge of certain affairs, at the young age of just under 14 years of age, but he asked his people who work with him, to work with his son, so Tafari was sitting among Senior elders, and was able to carry out Governmental adminuistrations, with the help of those senior elders, and other adminstrators who worked with his father.
He did walk in is fathers footsteps, and carried out whatever reformations that he could, although their was much resistance, by those who were benefiting from the old and dishonest ways. See the Autobiography of Tafari Makenon, or Haile Sellassie.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus.
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