willie lynch as well king leopold ll of Belgium wrote openly and succinctly of how to control the African race and the european has followed that “blue print” to a tee. Hence, worldwide those of African decent, now completely aware of the “blue print” still find ways to buy into the “plan” by discriminating against other Africans and continue to murder amongst the race. On the continent of Africa the genocide of Rwandans (Hutus and Tutsis) is living proof of the working “blue print”. Black on black crimes all over north america is more proof of the blue print.
The perceived non-African, including the Asian or the european must wonder how or why the African is so docile, ignorant to the ‘plan’, stupid, obedient, doltish and naïve as to follow these ‘commands’ hundreds of years later and it is a question that many Africans ask amongst themselves, yet the blue print is still successfully at work.
Many Africans still boast pictures of elizabeth of buckingham as well as a caucasian Christ on the walls of their homes and become pretty indignant when they are either questioned or chastised.
It speaks of atrocities to the African race on all islands and continents and those words are heard by many in other races, creeds and genders. Hearts and minds are opened / opening and the races will eventually point to the oppressors and make a stand against the “blue print” and STOP KILLING AFRICANS!
Uses for Reggae today
1. It feels really good. Folks use it to feel better (reggae medicine if you will). The bass line puts smile on all faces.
2. Spirituality! Reggae speaks for loving a higher power and living as He would like us to be. Even if we aren’t achieving His will, the lyrics speak of pride in following His path.
3. Rebellion! Independence! As Jamaica 50 approaches, it is a great reminder of our need to get away from elizabeth in buckingham. It is IMPOSSIBLE for African nations to grow with english as well as other europeans keeping their hands and arms in our back pockets taking our minerals, lumber, bauxite, tourism, gold, diamonds, disrupting governments then calling all with black skin 3rd? Third World nations? Really?
5. Repatriation… The ideology of bringing the minds of the African to their original roots, cultures, beliefs and practices. One does not need to get on a plane – or black starliner – to Africa (although many of us should and improve tourism to Africa and improve the economy in the most beautiful land on the planet earth) but one should find pride, love and feel a sense of “African Pride” and not feel like ‘jungle bunnies’ because we do so.
6. One Love… This paradoxical theory is a great one, from a great man in Robert Nesta, speaking of acceptance of all people, all races but the paradox for me is that many of the ones dying of racism, are Africans all around the globe. No disrespect to those in Tibet and other abused races. I speak for them also. How can “One Love” be successful while the blue print encourages murder, degradation, hate and disrespect to the African? While we sing kumbayah or One Love by Robert Nesta the blue print continues to slide in to pillage and rape. It’ll take a more peaceful man than me continue to accept the abuse that the African continues to endure.
The most popular yet most dangerous music on the planet isn’t played on any mainstream radio stations because the “blue print” is stronger and longer as well as far more developed over time. Through reggae education, the world learns. Minds become more unplugged each and every day.
This is why we need reggae music!