perhaps the problem is with 'deification'
Posted By: discipleofmaat In Response To: Re: the failure of an emperor (simon I)
Date: Monday, 17 August 2009, at 11:22 a.m.
In Response To: Re: the failure of an emperor (simon I)
I guess it boils down to the man being human, just like anyone else.
Any excuses or reasons or circumstances are not met with tolerance or understanding because of the deification of him which elevates someone to infallible status. That, IMO, is where the lessons to be learned are lost and the bickering results.
A human leader under to gun...with limited options...and political animosity, YES...but to elevate someone to Creator level is plain and simple the division that keeps us from uniting under one banner for Afrikan Liberation and bickering over "he-said-she-said" gossip and biased information. Thus we are still falling right in line with the semitic divide and conquer agenda which is the FIRST colonization application upon the masses, NOT white/male supremacy, but semitic/hierarchic worldview supremacy.
There is no mystery that HIM is validated via the semitic/biblical lineage legacy. This is to keep even those "uncolonized" Ethiopians and religious rastafarianists under the worldview thumb of the semites. As I said before, there was no need to physically colonize a country/people that were already indoctrinated with spiritual/religious order in submission to the controllers.
Like any leader, I see great accolades and some mistakes as well. Actually to be expected from any mortal human being.
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