Well this response can only be as a result of fear or immaturity as you want to leave out justice and reason, and jump into your tainted notion of Jah’s Works.
Why do you feel that you have to do Jah works in a manner that does not directly redress the wrongs done to Africans, especially in an African based movement?
Why do you feel that discussions on race as it affects all manner of people are wrong?
I see the problem, and only hope that others who proclaim this love for humanity can see the error in your unfortunate statement, which can be considered disrespectful to the very pillars of Rastafari as a Movement, and to all people especially Black Africans.
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