Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you?
Posted By: rob_afreeka In Response To: Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you? (Eja)
Date: Thursday, 16 February 2006, at 10:02 a.m.
In Response To: Re: What does "Africa for Africans" mean to you? (Eja)
i know , i was tempted too to ignore yours , but here we are so ...
i came to know about rev. webb and and marcus garvey during my research on rastafari early beginnings ... i was not pointed by nobody there really ...i am still searchin , i think there is a lot more to find out ,
even if you might not care there was several italians who fought side by side with the ethiopians patriots during moussolini invasion and his troops both inna ethiopia either here in the main territory ..yes i can name you one if you want or more , only i will tell you this name Alberto Imperiali , just because he passed some days ago ... he got great memories which i think are important for all , he witness the atrocities first hand , and helped down the rebels in evey way he can , he lived from his 17 startin inna Addis down in the 30's till his finishin in some internment camp ina sudan after the restorement of the Emperor , and then back safe inna italy in his 50' ...
africa for the africans for me , means simply what the words say . Africans must do Africa .
yes , i know you too , but i don't hate you ,
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