So I grew up classified as 'white' during apartheid, which is why I consider whiteness to be a racist thing, and blackness to represent non-racism. I was always told I must be this nazi person which I rejected, and so I dismantled their ridiculous conscription from the inside, and thus they crumbled before Jah Truth.
That is who I am. But in aesthetic terms, I consider the 'whites' to be Romans, whereas the 'Red' are the original British and Scandinavian people.
But having lived my whole life in Africa, most of my true friends are Rastas so I am in cultural terms, something of a Rasta.
Thats just my position, but so many people, fall foul to not properly comprehending what the palefaces are culturally. There is a deep difference that falls along two ancient historic borders.
The one being between Denmark and Germany; and the other is at Hadrian's wall. So we have this dichotomy in what is called white culture. All major wars, were fought along this cultural divide, even though the names and flags and even the continents change. Its still the same battle between liberty and hierarchy. Between innovation and repression.
But its also important to see that when dealing with a European; is he a Roman, or is he a Viking? That divide itself is deeper than even the most painful racism of skin color.
In 1938, Selassie gave the famous speech about racism.
Those days are upon us again in many ways.
All comments welcome; its a nebulous topic.