I am new to this board, I read just a litle bit, but imeditely I recognised, that "race and skin-colour" is a very popular Topic on this board.
I am not here to attack, but only to learn.
And so I am interested in why skin-colour is a such important topic to thr Idren.
Brings "colourbusiness" unification?
What is racism, no matter in what way? Isnīt it the devils game to devide and rule?
Isnīt the spirit of a man much more important for Jah than his skin colour? And shouldnīt the same things which are important to jah, be important to us?
I am just 14 Years old now, and I didnīt really come to be offense or disrespectful! All I am intersted in, is why so many topics are about skin-colour. Many topics arenīt offense to other-coloured people, but just to devide in Ham-, Shem- and Japhet-Rasta ia a goal for Babylon.
Because remember, devide and rule is the devilīs game!
Arenīt we all from the same root, the African root from Adam to Noah? Arenīt we all Africans, Ham Shem and Japhet?
I think it is very important to live rootikal, and all humanīs roots are black African roots. Let us start to live black again, to live near by Jah. But let us stop to to divide Ham, Shem and Japhet, because devision is the devilīs game. And I, for my part, do not want to do the devils work!
So please do not feel offended, and if anyone feels attacked, I really have to say sorry!
Your humble I,
Bro Gad I
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