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Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 2/24/2022 2:25:07 AM
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Haile Selassie's Grandson Warns African Americans: Marxism Leads to Blind Murder

By David Gornoski

October 21, 2020


“What happened was a catastrophic revolution that really ate its own bright people. The very people who were behind the revolution were the ones who were its victims.” – Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie on the Marxist 1974 revolution that overthrew his grandfather, Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie

I had the rare opportunity to interview Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie, president of the Crown Council of Ethiopia, and the grandson of Ras Tafari, Emperor Haile Selassie. In my discussion, I saw a first-hand account of the mortal dangers of populations adopting socialist revolution that we should carefully consider in our own country.

Watch my exclusive interview with Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie here:

Emperor Haile Selassie was a pivotal figure for Ethiopia and the whole of Africa. He implemented several reforms such as a written constitution and land reform to accelerate agricultural development. He was world renown for his defense of his people from Italian fascist imperialism. In 1963, his creation of the Organization of African Unity sowed the seeds for solidarity and liberation of African nations from colonial rule.

In a time in which corporate media look to act as self-appointed gatekeepers of African history, it is telling that so few young Americans are informed of Emperor Haile Selassie’s out-sized role in defeating fascism and colonialism in Africa. The answer lies in the fact that Emperor Selassie was a staunch defender of Christianity, a symbol of patriarchy, and was murdered by socialists promising democracy.

In a now deleted statement of beliefs page on blacklivesmatter.com, the corporate press-lauded organization declared: “We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”

As a devout Christian, Emperor Haile Selassie was a symbol of fatherhood in Africa. Just like all radical groups driven by envy and a hatred for boundaries, the Marxists who tortured and murdered an elderly Emperor Selassie in 1974 were simply living up to their global creed: kill strong fathers first, loot the rest of the people.

This was nothing new. The Soviets who backed the overthrow of anti-colonialist Emperor Haile Selassie were operating under the same twisted religious playbook they used to gain power in their own country. Financed by western corporatists that benefited from preventing market competition at home and abroad, the Bolsheviks used the disaster of World War I as the animus to murder Tsar Nicholas II’s family—not sparing a single young child—and take over Russia. Everything the revolutionaries complained about under the monarch—lack of food, stolen land, violent prisons, police abuse—they did tenfold in their never-ending transition to utopia.


In my interview with Prince Ermias Selassie, he recounts a similar formula for the revolutionaries in Ethiopia: “They closed all the churches, executions were very rampant, and it didn’t fare well for the Marxists. I mean, they never got the support of the people.”

Today, Western corporatists and their press organs continue to sell a whitewashed view of African history that diminishes the voices of African heroes like Emperor Haile Selassie. Outlets like the New York Times live up to their legacy of covering up the crimes of Marxists like the ghastly Holdomor genocide, resulting in 12 million deaths. They amplify voices that celebrate the same anti-market, anti-freedom, anti-family sentiments that fueled the murder of Emperor Selassie.

The coprorate press does all this under the guise of social justice. Yet the only slavery the New York Times crowd will condemn are instances that took place 400 years ago. Meanwhile, they openly campaign for a candidate like Vice President Joe Biden, who led the butchering of another independent African country, Libya, and yawn at the unleashing of a modern slave trade in that country. Indeed, the New York Times used its pages to push the public for war in Libya. As they did in Syria. Millions of people of color have been displaced, dismembered, and killed as a result.

Wherever we go in history, the problem with the corporate press and their violent revolutionary foot soldiers is that they suffer the same delusion that Jesus confronted in his own time from self-proclaimed authorities:
“Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You build tombs for the prophets and decorate the monuments of the righteous. And you say, ‘If we had lived in the days of our fathers, we would not have been partners with them in shedding the blood of the prophets. So you testify against yourselves that you are the sons of those who murdered the prophets.”


Media elites act as if they care about vulnerable lives. They act as if they only care about facts and fairness. But the record of history shows they cover up the voices that get in the way of their religious devotion to socialism. Just like Jesus was sacrificed by a leader named Caiaphas who proclaimed “it is better that one man die than the whole nation perish,” socialist revolutionaries and their would-be myth-makers in the press believe it is better that Emperor Haile Selassie die, and the truth of his impact with him, than the whole global project of socialism perish. They truly believe it is okay to sacrifice some, including millions in the poor and middle class, who stand in the way of their god—the all encompassing, all seeing, all knowing, all caring, cradle-to-grave state.

To the young adults who have been drawn into America’s acute bout with revolutionary anger, I will leave them with Prince Ermias Selassie’s warning about Marxism: “I would say to them that it’s very interesting to read and understand concepts but when you live and experience it, you realize how complex it is and it’s not such a black and white issue. Idealism, I think, leads to a lot of fanaticism; it’s your way or the highway. That has led to a lot of problems: a lot of blind hatred, a lot of blind murders. All about…being the sacrificial lamb to justify your right and that man is God and is in charge of his own destiny, which I don’t believe in.”

The Marxists who killed Emperor Selassie failed. Ethiopia’s churches and markets are open again and healing is underway. The revolutionaries attempting to overthrow family and faith in America will fail too. The question is, will we learn from the lessons of the past and reject sacrificial revolution at its infancy or take the long, sad path of ignorant repetition?


Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 2/24/2022 4:21:27 AM
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Id like to know more of US influence vs Soviet influence in the coup of 1974. Found a few articles but mostly just preview and abstracts, have always had a few theories that this might not have been purely internal


https://www.jstor.org/stable/4185591
https://www.jstor.org/stable/43660311
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/575405.stm


Messenger: MELCHEZIDEK Sent: 3/19/2022 1:49:22 PM
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https://rumble.com/vhdzwd-things-hidden-film-series-hih-prince-ermias-sahle-selassie-responds-to-the-.html

I wish many of the "woke" community and BLM sports players can watch this video and understand from my part that democracy is a lie, and that there is no democracy anywhere in the world. Our human rights and freedoms have been taken away from us. Stop supporting these tricksters claiming to give you democracy when all they do is enslave you. We need to stand up for our rights. People are getting fired for not taking poison and people are forced to wear slave muzzles the whole day only taking it off when they eat. This is slavey we are living in. This is no democracy. People are suffocating from the slave muzzles and many are suffering from fatigue and breathing problems. Some have even gotten infections on the lungs from being muzzled like a slave at their work. While the bosses of the big corporate shops get rich, the minimum wage workers have to suffocate the whole day wearing slave muzzles. I and I am speaking of here in Africa too. We are being enslaved, by getting fooled by thinking we live in a democracy. All our freedoms and human rights have been taken away from us. This is the new slavery.


Messenger: Cedric Sent: 3/19/2022 5:36:53 PM
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Bless Up Idren

Jessep86, Give thanks for the post. I didnt comment at first because I take the tone of the author to be too politrickally motivated for I man to see a strong comparison between the 1974 Marxist revolution in Ethiopia and InI current situation in amerikkka. However, I have often lamented at the hypocrisy involved of the students educated by the grace of HIM Haile Selassie I being the ones leading the rebellion against HIM. I man take it as an Isample of a warning against extremism of any kind, and committing acts of violence for any reason other than defense.

I would be interested in hearing more reasoning from Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie. Sounds like as president of the Crown Council of Ethiopia he must be the chosen head to represent HIM Haile Selassie I’s family? I do find it curious his quote towards the end of the article, “All about…being the sacrificial lamb to justify your right and that man is God and is in charge of his own destiny, which I don’t believe in.” If I man overstand it correctly, to say one can not be in control of one’s destiny seems in direct contradiction of HIM Haile Selassie Is words here:

-We believe that from truth alone is born liberty and that only an educated people can consider itself as really free and master of its fate.-
HIM Haile Selassie I, Novermber 3rd, 1961
Page 75 “Selected Speeches of HIM Haile Selassie I”

GARVEYS AFRICA, I man have had similar suspicions, give thanks for posting more info if InI interested.

MELCHEZIDEK, I wish people would come together and build strong communities despite InI ideological differences.

InI shouldnt cry about getting fired from corporate slave masters. Sounds like another reason InI should turn away from corporate influence and work towards self sufficiency.

When you point out there is no democracy but say InI shouldnt vote and cant give InI helpful ways to uplift ourselves, it seems like you would just have us fight amongst ourselves.



Messenger: MELCHEZIDEK Sent: 3/29/2022 7:58:53 AM
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I have another video of
Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie of Ethiopia to show you.

But first I man just want to say that democracy is another trick by greedy governments that are corrupt. We don't have our rights and freedoms. There is no such thing as a real democracy. All our rights and freedoms have been taken away from us. Democracy is just another trick used by politricks to fool you so they get to fill their pockets up while the poor keep getting poorer and more people suffer everyday. These corrupt politicians will steal and destroy your country and make you suffer more. On top of that we have seen what power these evil murderers have during this past few years how they have taken our human rights and freedoms away. Haile the king that is kind to his people that would allow his people to be free and have human rights. And here we have seen how a USA president that does not listen to the pope gets killed soon after listening to the Emperor. Today the president is listening to the pope of Rome. When a president does not listen to the pope of Rome, he gets assassinated. Here it is explained a bit more about how the corrupt politicians use democracy to enrich themselves but trick the people to suffering.


Here is another video of
Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie of Ethiopia

https://www.bitchute.com/video/MVfbbphgGt2U/





Messenger: MELCHEZIDEK Sent: 3/29/2022 8:18:26 AM
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Cedric, if you feel like voting, go ahead, no one is stopping you. All what I man say is that Rastafari is not a house of politics that when you vote for them, you hand over to them power to rule you. That is not what Jah put for us. Jah put the Emperor Haile Selassie I there to be our king. Now greedy politicians come and say you must vote for them by giving them a chance of power to rule you. They promise you human rights, but when asked for your human rights to be respected, they say you don't have any. They just take our human rights and freedoms away from us and still say we live in a democracy. Cedric, don't get I wrong, go vote if you have to, you are free to do what ever you want. But know this, that politics are right and left. These are two wings of the same bird. The Vatican pulls the strings of this bird. So no matter which party you vote for, or no matter what side of politics you are on, they still have you surrendering yourself to the beast. That is why the message is to come out of Babylon. I and I should vote for the Emperor Haile Selassie I to govern the lands. Too many politicians are greedy and they have tricked many people into poverty and more people are suffering today. Blessed


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