Re: THE WHITE PROBLEM
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: THE WHITE PROBLEM *LINK* (Ayinde)
Date: Sunday, 18 April 2004, at 11:06 p.m.
In Response To: THE WHITE PROBLEM *LINK* (Ayinde)
It is a long-held truth the majority of white people do not care about the issue raised in the article Ayinde posted. They mingle with people of “color” for their own self-interest. This explains why the majority of white Rastafarians are egocentric in their views. They only advocate issues that seem to be of the greatest advantage to them. I understand why white people, whether Rastafarians or not, oppose Black Nationalists. They deny and oppose Black Nationalists frequently, fight against Black autonomy as an argument against the need for their one-love (utopia) program. They can't fathom there are Blacks that want to manage themselves on their own. Rationally, its much easier for them to demonize Blacks than to place the blame on the white elite they benefit off of their efforts. This only makes sense.
The large majority (85-99%) of Black people, though, know that the white alleged philanthropist platform is not in the best interest of Black people. Their ideas comprise the modern Black Liberation Movements, aspirations and political objectives that Nationalist Blacks stand for. The majority of White Rastafarians are just white people practicing "negro psychology" on us dumb Black folk. It really is that simple. It's historically demonstrated.
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