What is the meaning of this?
What about the issue at hand.. White arrogance and ignorance?
Is it the issue at hand that upsets you? Do you classify yourself as white and thereby are upset at who you "assume" is a white woman speaking in such terms about whites?
Your surety of Roots being a Japhet Goddess, makes me question your "proof of knowledge". Have you seen Roots in person and questioned her ancestry and roots? Couldn't you just as easily claim that I, also, am a white woman? Have you seen me in person, as well?
If you, yourself, say and agree that Rastafari is a black movement, wouldn't/shouldn't/aren't you overjoyed at another sistah sharing the same views? Another sistah putting herself out there, spreading the knowledge and speaking towards African Livity, Africa's Glorious past and future, hailing the Ras Tafari the Ethiopian Black King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah?
Whether you are white or black... is the goal here to sew MORE division amongst Africans? to tear down another conscious African? to perpetuate in-fighting amongst African RasTafarians?
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