I will respond to a few key points in your post.
First I will say that Ras Tyehimba, one of the moderators, stated quite clearly that complaints about moderators or the running of the site should be addressed to moderators in the email provided. This was quite simple and direct. Yet ones continue to willfully complain in the wrong forum. What does this say to you? This in itself is bad conduct. Do you see that?
The second is in response to your statement:
" I just do not love to see the Site loose the Rastafari essence when it can be controlled. Ras Tafari post one area and the Babywrong post in they own area.
Cant that be done to limit the stress here????
I feel once that is done, then many Ras Tafari Idrens and Sisthrens will always come and bring their upfull reasonings together with humility and Raspect for each other's opinions. That will be so irie with less fussing and fighting.And the site will have the true Ras Tafari essence then."
There will be NO separation on this board. I do not know who you are seeing as being 'Babywrong' but that is your affair. If ones feel like the mix of issues is stressful or the 'Rastafari' vibes is being diluted because of the inclusion of other views and issues well that is their affair as well. Our mission and objective has been made quite clear. Africa is the root and we dealing with AFRICAN business of which Rastafari is a part. All this has been said before. For many it is an integral part and should be the only thing that should be given the most focus. This will not be the case. The 'good ole days' will not return. Those who left left of their own accord. Those who were banned were banned for their bad conduct. However you wish to see that is fine as well. I see no contradiction or need to control people’s views as you suggested, only their conduct. Africa is the root and Rastafari is but ONE OF THE FRUITS. Please see this in the right context. Rastafari, Africa and Rasta, Speak as one. FULLSTOP.THERE IS NO COMPROMISING RIGHT ORDER
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