We Really Have No Time For Contention Now
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: I Am Trying To Humble-Stand What You Are Sayin (G)
Date: Wednesday, 14 September 2011, at 4:21 p.m.
In Response To: Re: I Am Trying To Humble-Stand What You Are Sayin (G)
Our African Race has been Abandoned in the western hemisphere after more than 500 years of slave trading activities, and the slave traders and slave masters were given twenty million Sterling Pounds for the loss of their slaves, by England, when they claimed that slavery was abolished in the year 1838, although slavery was only polished to a modern kind of slave trading activiies.
Not one single penny was given to the members of the African race, who were the people who were in shackles for so many hundred years.
So, we have to find ways and means to reason among ourselves without have verbal abuses among ourselves. I try my very best, to be ableto speak for truth and rights without allowing anyone to cause me to lose my temper or my cool. Some people think this is verbal race, but it is not, this is a Forum to edify our people about the wrongs which were done to them, the wrongs which are stioll being done to them, and what we must do about it Unitedly, in order to bring it to an end, so, if you have a good contribution to our African cause, make it and do not let anyone stop you from making it. You can definately make a good contribution and still aviod the contention, just use your mental and spiritual faculties correctly. Take the best care of yourself and your people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
0NE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.
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