Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent (selassielive)
Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2006, at 2:54 p.m.
In Response To: Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent (selassielive)
You wrote: [ You need to have more raspect Kelani. ]
* I am blunt but I think I show respect!!!
You wrote: [ But anyway, tell me why Qedamawi Haile Selassie is on this website? Does that mean that is website is absurd? ]
* This site is about Rastas, so this site includes Haile Selassie on the pages. Leonard Howell and Bob Marley could have been represented too. Why not?
You wrote: [ Why would any pure-blue-black Afrikans want to hear what a semite from a mythical dynasty, or anyone who hails up that man, has to say? ]
* Brother, I am a pure African but I am not blue-black, I told you. Hereís the deal. Rastafari and Garveyism share many similarities this is the reason I got interested in Rastafari in the first place. Marcus Garvey was a strong black man, I love his spirit, and he was a great warrior and scholar. I am glad to find myself learning from his words. Thanks!
You wrote: [ You are entitled to your opinion but you must overstand that it is just that: your opinion. ]
* But donít cry when I state my opinions...lol...of course.
You wrote: [ Take it with a grain of salt sistren...I have no problem being humble... ]
* Yeah, I agree.
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