Re: Who has advocated the hatred of ANYONE? *LINK*
Posted By: rosalind In Response To: Re: Who has advocated the hatred of ANYONE? (RHEDMAN)
Date: Sunday, 28 August 2011, at 12:42 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Who has advocated the hatred of ANYONE? (RHEDMAN)
I think it's fair to begin by recognizing that Baba Ras Marcus has attempted to maintain a position against hating the individuals in question, and has clearly said that he does not support violence against homosexuals.
Still, the I rightly identifies that the line is bound to get crossed. Baba wrote:
**To be very truthful, this action is a great matter of mental and spiritual retardation, and something must be done to redeem these very sick people if some of them can be redeemed.***
The focus starts off being about the action, but it's the people who are very sick and must be redeemed.
I do not believe Ras Marcus to be a hateful person, but at the same time I find it undeniable that asserting that people are very sick and that others of us are in a position to redeem them, that InI must protect our children from them and so on, CAN open the door for SOME people to conclude that Earthly violence is the way to do this.
See, even though Baba goes out of his way to emphasize that those who will beat or kill homosexuals commit a more wicked crime than they, Ras Howard Henry seems to disagree and, as per the Third Reich playbook calls for no less than *DNA ERADICATION OF SORTS* as the *only solution for InI future*.
My bredren, if that ain't hatred I don't know what is.
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