To Seshatasefekht RE: Repatriation planning
Posted By: Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education In Response To: Re: Brain power . . . and patience (seshatasefekht)
Date: Thursday, 14 April 2005, at 10:25 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Brain power . . . and patience (seshatasefekht)
Good to reason!
The I writes:
"brain power exist but will brain power resist exploitation and manipulation."
EXACTLY. Herein is the value of Rastafari "brain power". It, supposedly, represents the African brain power that DOES resist exploitation. Hence, what is critical at this time, is APPLIED RASTAFRI BRIAN POWER.
The I also writes:
"as long as the obvious remains obscure, caution must prevail in all endeavors. when crafting specific measurable courses of action"
To be actively engaged in crafting specific measurable courses of action does not mean one is reckless.
Finally, the I writes:
"better safe than sorry"
Isn't that the point of crafting specific, measurable courses of action? TO BE SAFE? Those who promote Repatriation without extensive planning do not overstand HIM Haile Selassie's vision for the role of Repatriates in development planning and are, indeed, the very un-cautious ones.
I get the vibes that the I does not support Repatriation. Is this correct, and if so, is that because the I can not visualize its success?
I would like to continue reasoning with the I, but respectfully ask the I to repsond on the "What Vision For Rastafari Future Thread" seen?
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