Re: The True Cause of The Early Rastafari Movement
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: The True Cause of The Early Rastafari Movement (franksta)
Date: Sunday, 3 October 2004, at 8:52 p.m.
In Response To: Re: The True Cause of The Early Rastafari Movement (franksta)
Greetings again, I just want you to know, that when I mentioned Traditions, Culture and Heritage, I am not talking about wicked and brutal, Traditions, Culture and Heritage my beloved, I talking about Traditions, Culture, and Heritage of goodness, which are in accord, with the Natural basic priciples, of Mother Nature and Father Time. I am seriously opposed, to the Arabic religious habits of cutting on the sexual organs of women, little girls and boys, in order to get virgins to mate with, at the given time, it is outragious and wicked and should not really be. These are attitudes which were transplanted in Mama Africa when the Arabs and other invaders, killed our African men and took the women to be rape as their wives.
In addition, we are sons and daughters of this universe, and whoever the Creator may be, we are related to him since he created us, therefore, we have the right to correct any thing, which we see is not in the best interest of our people, whether the Creator allows it to take place or not. If someone invade your village and cause a disruption, we don't have to wait on the creator to prevent that disruption, because the creator is inside each of us, all we have to do is to listen, to the voice of goodness, of the Creator inside of us, and correct whatever is needed to be corrected around us.
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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