*****Selassie I did what he had to do to regain power in his country.*******
and by seeking approval/sanction by brit euros showed and proved who was REALLY in power.
******If you were king, I wonder what you would have done?******
Depends on if I was a liberationist king or not. I certainly would not run to Mother crocodile if I was on the menu for dinner.
*******Keep in mind that England hunted down slave ships on the open seas, and persecuted slave traders to death who were still participating in the slave trade, after the Trans Atlantic Human Trade was abolished.*******
That is the same as the Coast Guard firing upon drug runners today. It is about control/regulation/enforcement not love for Afrikans or fear of Selassie I.
Well for that matter, John Brown went "crazy" and became one of the patriarchs of American domestic terrorism...so what.
*******Brother it is not that deep. No secret societies and no boogy men. It simply comes down to those who are in power, against those who are not. *******
ITS not that deep or YOU are not that deep?
If your reality basis was affirmed outside of semitic/zionistic writs and scripts you would see that secret societies are what assert this power distribution.
The questions remain:
-Who controls and regulates the societies?
-Are secret sects FOR or AGAINST afrikan people and their liberation pursuits.
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