Great Rastafari Patriots In The EarlyDays
Posted By: ras marcus In Response To: Re: LOVE LOVE! (PROPHET K)
Date: Thursday, 17 July 2008, at 5:01 p.m.
In Response To: Re: LOVE LOVE! (PROPHET K)
Some of the great Rastafari Patriots with whom we
worked with in the struggle, are people like Nyabinghi man Smithy, Bongo Time, Bongo Spence, Bongo Poorru, Bongo Wato, Ras Headful, Bongo Bigger, Ras Pidow, Ras Shadrock, Ras Meshack, Ras Abendigo, Ras Daniel Heartman, Bongo Haki and sister Haki, Ras Irucy, Ras Iytanya, Ras Icle Iyan, Ras Peter the Great, Iyaughta Nellie, Sister Ina, Sister Daphny, Ras Bermamite, Bongo Johnny, Bongo Roy, Bongo Titus, Bongo Little Head, Ras Sam Brown, Mortimor Planner, The great Teacher Brother Nepair, Brother Skipper, Ras Amos, Ken Fraser Bongo Granville, Bongo Jack, Bongo Ossie, Bongo Honey, Bongo Kingman, Bongo Dennis, Bongo Sleepy, Iyipple Iyonny, Iyissy Iyyanny, Bongo Busta, Bongo Joe, Bongo Noyyie, Bongo Lyndon Bongo Speedy, and so many more, too many to be mention in this article..
All of the above mentioned names, were people who were fearless in the struggle, and they were always on the frontline of the struggle, and it is a honorable thing to make mention of their works in this article as a tribute to their great liberation works in the early days, and that includes those who were named and those who were unnamed. We do think it is a good thing to have a role call of the names of our great African patriots, when ever we are having very important events, so, that we can preserve the history of our people. Take the best care of yourself and your people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE
Baba Ras Marcus
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