Alright. We have to keep in mind that the ones in power also have some similar ideas about how to gain world domination inasmuch as the philosophy that "the end justifies the mean"
More specifically that the true will is what should be the guiding force and not the emotionalism that gets in the way and that whatever is in the way must be destroyed of subdued, including lives, cultures, etc. Some of these same philosophy went into ones supporting Hitler in Europe as bringing up a chaos for a greater good down the road. I have heard some make the same argument for Bush as one who is shaking up the world system with violence to make way for a greater good to come.
So we have to confront this reality, is this the kind of idea that we as Rasta would want to embrace and condone which seems to be the idea which justifies Idi Amin's actions?
This a big question, meditate on it.
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