Blessed love rasifree
I man see what the I saying still. Though I agree with agitating with African nations to champion InI cause but the reality is no african nation R interested because they're busy bowin down to the whiteworld on thier nepad.They want money from the whitewolrd so they dont wan t to disturb their relationship with the whiteworld, this is what the ghana gov't has implied when ask to champion this matter.
So InI say since the gov't to gov't levels of repatriation isn't working at this moment why not pool our resources togather and purchase at least one ship to transport InI, machinery and so forth.Land isn't an issue, Tanzania have a program,Swaziland has a program, Ghana has a program opening their doors to diasporans.Through thr unity of all pan african groups this can be accomplish.
Thats why our Father has the red black and green banner to gather all garveyites, and pan africanist,the red gold and green to gather all Rases, and the UN flag to rally all peaceloving people around the UN Declaration of Human Rights.
So if all gather togather and come to one voice we wouldn't be here talking bout we want go home, we'll be there living reality in Africa, that 'I live in Zion/Africa spiritually' crap is dead now, InI want to reach home physically.
InI the EABIC R organizing a Pan Africanist conference Dec.10 2003 @Howard University Washington, DC to commemorate Human Rights Day. We plan to set up a work committee of ones from each group, oraganization and mansion to draft up a petition to the UN under the 1503 Procedure demanding repatriation/reparations, status in the Africa Union etc. InI pray this humble togatherness will be fruitful, cause InI TIRED OF THIS PLACE and waan go home NOW.More info on the conf. will be posted in due time.
But InI pray ones can reason on how if you feel its possible can we accomplish this purchasing of one ship to take those who can afford it and those who can't afford, home.We the younger generations of Rastafari/Pan Africans have a crucial duty which is the actual repatriation, so come mek we reason.
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