Here is a link to this page: http://www.jah-rastafari.com/forum/message-view.asp?message_group=7418&start_row=1
Can't hate the roots and not hate the tree? Is that really true?
1 - 2
Time Zone:EST (New York, Toronto)
9/3/2020 10:10:51 AM
Something I wonder is why it is so important for you to learn about your African roots in order to love yourself. MARCUS GARVEY said: A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots" The big criticism of American school systems has been that they only say that your ancestors were slaves. But even if you still didn't know that there were giant wise African civilizations and you only thought that all your ancestors were slaves, why should that say anything about you? As a white man, I have some of the worst ancestors. They may have been colonialists. That's why I also hate the deeds of my roots, but that does not make me hate myself. Because it does not say anything about me. If I have a killer in my family, it does not mean that I am a killer. So why do your african roots say anything about you in the end? My question may sound a little hostile and agent like. But you must know that it is pure curiosity
11/23/2020 11:43:33 AM
An astounding method to organize the unstructured information in the evenness is through content mining. Much obliged to you for offering 6dollaressay to us as the information is in gigantic and enormous sum once in a while it gets hard to deal with and deal with that information. I trust this will work better.