Re: Questions about Reparations
Posted By: Ras Mahal Levi In Response To: Questions about Reparations (Heather)
Date: Sunday, 3 December 2006, at 8:26 p.m.
In Response To: Questions about Reparations (Heather)
The Queen of England Victoria free the african in the Caribbean. Give him some money but none get in his pocket. Lincoln free the african and seh Liberia is for you but yo have to find the means to get there. Marcus Garvey come and Babylon plots to over throw him for he teachs black pride and a unified africa for the African.
We are free and no money in our pockets.
One me once shame on you fool me twice shame on me. During the 1960s&70s Africa return to the africans but the dirty whites robbed those at home. stealling all the africans diamonds and pearls oil and natural resources. They the colonials were obligated to restore africa to a state equal to them but because of pride and racial prejudices they spread their doctrine of wickedness.
InI must take what is ours by force no more begging for reparation/repatriation. InI must do as Moses take what has been robbed of me and move to the promised land. The legality of reparation/repatriation is enough to make America and Europe bankrupt. To make africa a superpower is not something they want. A unified africa means an advanced africa both spiritually and materially.
InI not gonna go too deep into these at this moment but this is a major issue not only for InI Nation of Rastafari but for all africans.
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