Racist bigotry has always been the refuge of the ignorant. There’s nothing black, white, brown or yellow about Christianity itself – to paint it all with one brush is to promote the propagation of ignorance and misconceptions. The need to defile that which others hold sacred simply for the sake of provocation is the domain of rambunctious children. You can’t reason with them because reasoning is an interaction something that requires some maturity and restraint. The need to defy one’s Parent (in this case our Father Haile Selassie I) and express contempt for what He holds dear and teaches is adolescent rebellion.
All of these behaviors are indicative of the point along the trod through life where the persons behaving in these manners stand. The passage of time will help with maturing unless development has been arrested by psychological trauma in which case satisfactory resolution of those issues that caused a person’s arrested emotional/behavioral development must be achieved before substantial further maturing will occur.
Claims by a person that they are the self-declared representative of millions of people is a form of clinical narcissism. And of course, to gratuitously allude to the inferred color of a man’s skin (i.e., a man who you’ve never seen or met face-to-face) in the course of disparaging his written viewpoints is just bad, old-fashioned racial prejudice (of precisely the nature Haile Selassie I rebuked).
If we want an example of how a mature person addresses issues with organized religion (including Christianity) and remains respectful of the specific mythologies associated therewith while being both instructive and CONSTRUCTIVE, we need look no further than His Majesty:
“The temple of the most high begins with the body which houses our life, the essence of our existence. Africans are in bondage today because they approach spirituality through religion provided by foreign invaders and conquerors. We must stop confusing religion and spirituality. Religion is a set of rules, regulations and rituals created by humans, which was suppose to help people grow spiritually. Due to human imperfection religion has become corrupt, political, divisive and a tool for power struggle. Spirituality is not theology or ideology. It is simply a way of life, pure and original as was given by the Most High of Creation. Spirituality is a network linking us to the Most High, the universe, and each other…” -- Haile Selassie I
Here we have His Majesty's mature expression of useful concepts devoid of name-calling, racism, blaspheme or childish belittling.