As usual I see a few trying to keep all reasonings focused on trying to personally examine Kelani and not addressing any substantive points... so I don’t pay much attention to that. That is their choice.
Also, I find it rather curious that ones wish the site would ban or in some way censure others who have legitimate African concerns. For I, as long as they play by the rules they should be welcomed, and if others wish they could choose not to engage those topics.
This idea of expecting aggrieved Black Africans to adopt some prostrating position while speaking here is outrageous. This is especially so as those who complain have no problem with the outrageous conduct of their peers.
The site and boards even under the banner of Rastafari should remain open to all Black/African issues among other issues even if many disagree.
Of course, as has been observed, such distractions are not all coming out of the thin air, but is being deliberately done by a few who have their particular axe to grind. I hope you are not part of that and can comment on the issues or raise your own topics.
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