Sellassieilives, greetings again. In all of my life, I have never run into any other people like the Rastafari people's movement, especially those who were in the early days, when we were few in numbers, and had to resist Babaylon in their court houses and other places, just to stand up against slave trading activities. The history and sacrifices which were made, by those early days elders are lost, because when their works were finish on this earth, they were not memorised in a ceremonial memorial, with poems and songs and speeches, telling of there great liberation works, while they were still alive. You are right about recordng the great works of the patriots, but if Rastafari people will start, to practice honoring our patriots, when their work on earth are finished, then people who know of their great works, can speak about it in the great Assemble, after their remains are disposed of. The bible said, let the dead bury their dead, but I just don't think, any dead can bury another dead, whether it be dead animals are dead people. The journey of life continues. 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