I also find that Rastas agree on many things. MOST of all about the Ivinity of HIM. InI can never have full overstanding of the "nature" of HIM, neither is that the mission. It is important for Rasta to DEFEND the Ivinity of HIM. If a one is not capable of such testimony InI consider such a one as a youth in the trad or a Rastafarian, one who follows some aspect or other of InI tradition --- reggae, ganja, "death to downpressors", Ital, etc. --- for their own purposes. There is no sin in being Rastafarian, per se - I have met several righteous Rastafarians. It has also become clear to man since the time I have taken an interest in the Internet, and encountered the stunning plethora of websites pertaining to Rastafari that the Rasta movement today is chock full of some dangerous and vicious anti-Rastas!!! This is NOT AT ALL surprising to InI. In truth and humbleness I know InI represent THE highest overstanding walking on the planet. The enemies of Rasta know EXACTLY who InI are, and their determined enmity is their destiny! Time will tell it is by the RASTAMAN'S ACTIONS that the Ivinity of HIM will be "proven" to the people.
I am sure your empirical observations of the movemant are valuable to you (and quite possibly, useful to InI enemies as well!) and I do not seek to attack them or belittle their empirical accuracy.
Peace and love.
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