So I guess there is no WRONG way either..
Posted By: Blackness In Response To: There is no 1 single RIGHT RASTA WAY! (ras adam simeon)
Date: Thursday, 27 February 2003, at 10:21 a.m.
In Response To: There is no 1 single RIGHT RASTA WAY! (ras adam simeon)
to be rasta. Someone can do whatever they want and still say Rasta (drink regularly, disrespect black women while sleeping with the enemy, etc). The first thing come out there mouth is "only Jah judges."
Rasta have to be careful of infiltrators in the movement. Check what happened to other black movements due to black and white devils, - Black Panters, UNIA, Nation of Islam, the list goes on.
If there is no order, there will be chaos and confusion like I see on this site.
What impression would a teenager who is interested in becoming Rasta think Rasta is about with all these confused and conflicting notions?
According to this site, it seems that Rasta is a Christian rainbow, one love, movement, even thought the climate of the world is not conducive for that.
I bet the author of this diatribe is a white bwoy or a brown egg.
This whole board seems like a free-for-all to me.
Respect to the soldiers who hold the banner of the red, gold, black, and green with no apologies and no compromises!
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