Who feels it knows it
Posted By: selassielive
Date: Thursday, 20 October 2005, at 2:17 p.m.
Since Rastafari like to use the slogan. "Who feels it knows it," how is it possible that white (or should I say European/Caucasion for ras david's sake) are able to identify with Rastafari?
They are not discriminated against daily.
They are not suffering under the foot of racism and white supremacy.
They are not Afrikan and have no idea what is the best for Afrikan people.
I think that whites can play a role in the Rastafari movement.
They can spend just as much energy enlightening their people as they spend bringing in their (per)version of Rastafari livity to Afrikan people here.
It gets real sickening sometimes reading the responses by some.
They have no clue.
They really do make Rastafari seem like a feel-good-hippy thing.
I am not even going to mention the out of context quoting of Haile Selassie.
I am sure I may offend some but I dont type here to please anyone.
I just type what I feel is truth in I eyes.
I am not the Almighty so I can be in error.
But...I dont think so in this case.
One Black Love
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