Rastafari Movement Too Poor For Survival
Posted By: ras marcus In Response To: MY LORD LOVEEEEEEEEEEE! *NM* (PROPHET KWAME SELASSIE)
Date: Sunday, 18 September 2005, at 11:02 p.m.
In Response To: MY LORD LOVEEEEEEEEEEE! *NM* (PROPHET KWAME SELASSIE)
We continue to speak about Repatriation as we live from day to day. Well since they who had taken us captives, and have since then abondoned us, in the lands of captivity, for more than five hundred years, have made no efforts, to stand the cost of Repatriation, we are now resorting to migration, by trying to find money to pay our own fare to return to Africa. So those indivduals who can find their own fairs to pay their way, will migrate to Mama Africa, and call it Repatriation, when in real terms, all it is, is really migration. But it is not many of us who will be in position to return to Mama Africa.
As you can see clearly, there is this struggle to raise funds to send Elder Negus home, but it is not many people who have responded to this fund raiser, so it is either that we are too poor to make contributions, or we just do not consider it a worthy cause to send a ninety year old elder back home, to retire and reflect on his early days in the struggle. So if a situation arises, where it is needed for us to send ten or twenty young people as poineers of developments, to prepare to welcome others, then we are just too poor to do that, if we cannot help one old Africa patriot to go back home.
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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