Re: WHY DO HARD CORE RASTA LIVE SCATTERED
Posted By: selassielive In Response To: Re: WHY DO HARD CORE RASTA LIVE SCATTERED (Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education)
Date: Tuesday, 29 March 2005, at 1:44 p.m.
In Response To: Re: WHY DO HARD CORE RASTA LIVE SCATTERED (Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education)
"Perhaps the I has unwittingly answered the question: The reason why Hard Core Rasta does not form collective is because the African liberation focus has, in fact, been supplanted by a new focus. I just iditating on this . . . "
In I personal opinion, Rastafari has gone the way of Christianty. Seems to be so many groups vying for the top spot of "More Rasta than the next" I do think Afrikan liberation has been lost on some for favor of more "feel good vibes." Some want to accomodate the whiteman and woman, even though they have no place in a black movement and will not further our advancement. They will only confuse the youths who want to embrace Rastafari livity.
Take away the focus of Afrikan liberation from Rastafari, and what do we have?
"Does the I think that When Haile Selassie uttered those word he had renounced the African Liberation Movement?"
No..I think that Haile Selassie was talking to a group of Christians who hold the turn the other cheek philosophy.
InI did not see Haile Selassie living with the colonizers when he went to the league of nations. I did not see HIM living with colonizers when he licked shots at the Italians as field marshall general.
I also site an utterance of HIM:
"Our liberty is meaningless, unless ALL Afrikans are free."
Sounds like words of Afrikan liberation to Iman
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