I said leader not God. I never said I couldn't accept a neutral God, in fact God can ONLY be neutral, but what does that have to do with the nationality of His Majesty?
"Research African Anthropology, read about Ethiopia mainly Axum. Ethopia and Egypt and the country's they traded with, read these things, That part of Africa was not 100% "BLACK"."
When? Now? Or... what? Anthropology as in Egyptology? Bredren, if you pay attention to the meanings between the lines of his story books you would know that in fact everything Black people have ever done of value has been attributed to either someone else or the so called race of dark skinned white people, which does not exist. Kemet is the name of so called Acient Egypt, Kemet meaning "land of the blacks". The Kemetic people traveled the Nile to reach Kemet. The Nile starts in what is now called Ethiopia.
Why have you put the word Black in quotes? Does it offend you in some way? Are you uncomfortable with the fact that USers who are the decendants of African slaves have choosen the term Black to recapture their significance? Are you afrain to validate the word?
You don't have to be 100% black to be black. If you don't believe me read "Uncle Tom's Cabin". During the time of physical bondage you only needed a drop, and that was not the standard set by the Blacks, as you would call them, but by the whites, as they must be called in comparison.
I'm not sure what you were insuating with the statment ...
"Selassie stood strong around any and all, white or black, and didnt overreact with out overstanding."
... but if it was that I have overreacted then I ask you two questions:
How have I overreacted?
And why have you not respoded to my question -"a BLACK", what does that that mean exactly bredren, please tell me why I should not be offended by it. - I even said please.
Bredren it seems to me that you are avoiding the obvious which is this, I have Native American and Irish Blood in my veins but nobody calls me brown. I can only trace my family tree to a slave ship, and even that is uncertain. I've never seen a Black person compete for South Africa in the Olympics. The phrase Black African exists. The magority of the planet Earth is darker rather than lighter. Black Americans are the lowest form of life according to Babylon's system, meaning BELOW "Black Africans" as though somehow placing an African on a ship makes then no longer an African.
And Most importantly you are trying to convince me that The Emperor of Ethiopia was not a Black man. And for the life of me I don't know why. Please explain to me why you can't admit that a Black man was Black.
Lastly I'd like to adress this statment
"O and trust me it wasnt a insult it was truth, why is it you seem to get offended but when I talk to my African brothers they give me nothing but praise?"
Once again a racist statment. Are you insinuating that because you know Africans who praise you that I, a Black woman, have no right to be offended by a comment you make? Or are you simply saying that I should shut up and know my place?
I know Africans, Asians, Europeans, South Americans, USers, Canadians, Mexicans and West Indians, among others, and have been praised by people of all walks of life. I have had white people put themselves in harms way to ensure my safety. I have had Black people curse me whom I had never met before. What does any of that have to do with His Majesty?
My father has been a Rasta since before I was born, he toured with the honerable Mr. Marley for a short time and has written novels about being Rasta. All three of my siblings are Rasta. My choosen mate is a Rasta man. I was born on a small West Indian Island full of Rastas. What gives you the right to judge me because I disagree with you? Why can't you just say "I'm sorry to have offended you, it was not my intention although I stand by my belief" I don't recall direspecting you or questioning your Rasta, and if I have I apologise deeply. I was simply attempting to enlighten you to a fact. And that fact remains.
Black people are African Heritage people.
The original people of this planet were Black and they came from Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is the heart of Africa.
And bredren, you owe me an apology, but I will leave that up to your own karma.
Me nah want it now, keep it fa yah own heart, concida it a gift from InI, seen.
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