Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa
Posted By: AaronJudah2003 In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (Fyahman)
Date: Tuesday, 9 November 2004, at 12:22 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Barbados: White Rasta director of African Affa (Fyahman)
I am first, and foremost, liberating myself. Secondly, I am liberating those around me. I make sure that I don't discriminate between hues. Anyone who knows me can attest to this. I don't act/think that a privileged colored as some people say. Thirdly, I recognize that the issue transcends nationality. I don't discriminate against Latinos, Asians, etc. We are all "non-white." Right now, I am building bridges with other people that find themselves under the same yoke.
Fist, I liberate myself and my associates. Then, I liberate my community. Then, I take on the larger entities.
The country where this issue is occurring is not liberated. They are black people crying over a gov't post. Do something for yourself.
And, again. This man is not white. Not by the standards of my country. If he was here, he would be a black man. The country where this is occurring has some Willie Lynch issues. He's evidently not white.
The cowards are those who can't accept him in his position and judge him according to his works. That's cowardly. I know some midnite black people who love colonialism, mental slavery and white/West culture. The hue is secondary. Do the work first.
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