Re: Those who would rather talk than make progress
Posted By: Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education In Response To: Those who would rather talk than make progressive (Binghi Lion)
Date: Thursday, 31 March 2005, at 11:40 a.m.
In Response To: Those who would rather talk than make progressive (Binghi Lion)
Is there something wrong when younger, white sympathizers of the Rastafari movement are forwarding in greater numbers, and more often, than the descendants of the Africans captured in the MAAFA, especially those who are blackest of skin and poorest in finances?
Should whites who can afford to go to Ethiopia make a sacrifice so that Elder, blacker Rasses, a who have suffered more and given more to the movement, should go?
I&I didn't pay to come to the Americas, so does the I think that Repatriation should be determined by one's ability to pay for transportation?
Finally, if white sympathizers of the movement like the I can jettison the idea of collective security and the concept that Repatriation is a form of Justice/Reparation for the victims of the greatest crime against humanity -- if the I who is supposed to know HIM Haile Selassie can be so callous as to suggest that "I&I get off I&I ass", what hope is there for white people ever making atonement?
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