Greetings to the I. I man see so many of InI people seperated by things as trivial as religion. Trust the I ras, the enemy does not distinguish between Ifricans based on their religious preferences, for InI are the enemy to Babylon regardless to one's belief. It matters not to the sick man what one of InI may claim, they want Ifrican seed to not live. That is the bottom line to the sick man. InI must put the focus on uniting rather than tribalism. And this go especially for the males/lions of Jah. I say that, because the fight that was prophecied will come as stated in all religious text. No longer will InI be able to hide behind words. The men of Ifrika will have to stand up and fight the enemy face to face. From where I man stand, if InI are friends to Ifrica, then InI are a friend of mine, and a mate in battle. As long as I live, I will obey the Emperor, and lift up the Ible. However there is no indication within the text of the Ible that it was a European book. All the symbolism points to Ifrica. Also I man read the Kebre Nagast, which is an Ifrican book as well. But I want the I to keep this in mind. InI are sons of Jah. InI very existence is Godlike. The "black Hebrews" that the I speak of suffer from spiritual hatred of their sacred connection to Ifrica. But I man weap for them. Little do they know, that when they cut of their heritage to Ifrica, they are cutting off their spiritual connection. When one cuts off their Ifrican roots, then they are lost. They are indeed wandering lost souls running in all directions searching for truth, when they are the one's responsible for cutting the truth from themselves.
Jah see & know
Bless the I
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