racism against whites?
Really, I do not often quote Mutabaruka. But now I remember about one line which really fits, as I think.
IF I SAY BLACK, DO YOU FEEL IT'S AN ATTACK?!
I believe those good people about that you speak won't feel offended, if they are really good. And that's how we can and should test ourselves: when do we feel offended? And do we have a reason for that?
I would also believe, that no-one who says AFRIKA FOR THE AFRIKANS means to wipe out all white man woman children from Afrikan soil. And at least I hope all who know and are students of Our King will not mean that. But I believe it should be overstood as meaning that: white power in the hands of whites, and Afrikan power in the hands of Afrikans, as the BPP expressed it.
And isn't that very just and logical? I believe no-one has something against GOOD people around, regardless of race. And good people do not go into another man's house and try to take over, whether by force or economical means. Wouldn't you say?
Haile Selassie FIRST