I am not sure if I have responded to you in this post, since it takes some time to sort out these post, and when they were posted, and at times I may have responded to some one else's post instead of yours. Anyway let me be very brief since there are so many things which I have to do.
My only intention is to get Rastafari people to remember, the great works of those Iyadren and sistren, who spend their life time, struggling for the liberation of African people, and to pay great respect to them and their patriotic works, in the event that they have finished their work, and has past away. The Rastafari people's Assemble everywhere, must make it their duty, to dispose of these patriots remains with respect and dignity. At their memorial service, people should speak about their trials and tribulations, which they endure in the struggle, so that, the following generation can know of their works, even though they are gone away. Something regarding this matter must be written in the code of ethics of the Iyavine constitution of the Rastafari people's Assemble and movement. The journey of life continues. Take the best care of yourself and your people.
gain I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.