Re: How do Rastas deal with Christmas?
Posted By: Fyahman In Response To: How do Rastas deal with Christmas? (Ayinde)
Date: Saturday, 24 December 2005, at 1:27 p.m.
In Response To: How do Rastas deal with Christmas? (Ayinde)
That's a weird question to ask rases. Only a quake
heart would buy some green bush to put in his house and decorate. Here we go again with the idol worshiping, cultural imperialism and racism.
Christmas is one of the biggest yearly propaganda scoop for White Supremacy. This fat underworked white men with his overworked elves; coming from the glacial North Pole, with all one's worldly fantasies of goodies.
So the con is being planted to look for InI destiny, heaven and material luxaries amongst
White People and the cold climate environs. Upon furhter observation, one notices the destructive nature of the toys; which are mostly made of plastic and a proliferation of machine guns, white dolls(idols), action men; such as Bat(batty) Men and his bwoy Robin, more plastic cars and trucks. The seeds of White Supremacy and InI destruction, along with the planet are planted at a very early age. Is it any wonder that a lot of non Europeans look to the white men for solutions
and leadership in their lives and society's? This
clearly shows in the labour market and immigration, where we are offered on the auction block to the cheapest bidder. I could go on ad infitum in my critique. Given the time of the
year(celestial), some celebration might be in keeping, but not the distortions and abuse that goes along with it.
N.B. Ron Karenga instituted Kwanza as an alternative to the aforementioned abomination.
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