Are not some worthy?
Posted: Sunday, November 24, 2002
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I'm writing this mostly in respone to some of the articles posted here at Rastafari Times, but also for the understanding of all.
Whites. Violators of humanity and dignity. Destroyers of culture and identity. Inhabitants of Babylon and enemy of Rasta.
I am White. I am Rasta. I don't just agree with that which was just stated. I know it to be truth. Some Rasta say "White man is evil, weather he do so intentionally or not, he oppress my people." Some Rasta say "White man is the cause of the hardship which all Rasta sruggle against." Some Rasta say "How can white man be Rasta?"
Some Rasta need to remember. It is the White man's ideas and values towards the Black man that they are trying to change. So why do some Rasta deny the white Rasta. A White man who doesn't just agree that all life is equal and every man is a man. A White man who knows that it was his blood, his ancestors that commited tremendous crimes against humanity, but he knows the truth and denounces that behavior in himself.
The White Rasta know the crime was his, but chooses to fight for the side of LIFE.
Jah make tree and flower in all shape, size, and color.
Why not Jah make Rasta the same way?
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