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So is everyone already aware that Bob Marley was a Black Supremacist, or am I just late to the party? I was doing some random web surfing tonight and decided to Google Bob Marley. I keep seeing so many white people (and other ethnicities too) with this quote added to their Facebook profiles:

Quote:

Truth is, everybody is going to hurt you; you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for - Bob Marley

And everyone always seems to hail him as a sort of peace-loving, demi-God or something. I guess they just really, really like his music in order to ignore his black supremacist thoughts. Here's what I found while Googling Bob Marley. My first stop naturally was good old Wikipedia, at this link right HERE. (I'll provide links at each step of the way so you can all follow along if you don't believe me).

Once on the Bob Marley Wikipedia page, scrolling down to the "Religion" section, describing his religious beliefs, it describes him as part of the "Rastafarian Movement", which I think we all have already known for a long time now, it's pretty well documented. Now if you look over to the right hand side that describes the Rastafarian beliefs more, you can see one of the "Key Scriptures" is the "Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy." Look at the screenshot, I'm not making this up.

bob marley was a black supremacist

I had to look further into this of course to see if my eyes weren't deceiving me, so I click the link to it, and saw this:

bob Marley black supremacist

Clicking either one of those links for further reading of the actual document:

bob marley black supremacy

.....and thumbing through (virtually) I noticed on just a couple of pages some things that caught my eye, such as some of the text on this page:

bob marley black supremacist
Clearly the above describes how Black people own a "copyright" to the World, and that before Adam & Eve, who it complains is Anglo-Saxon (white) there was King Alpha & Queen Omega, who were black, and continues on about how the black race also owns the Zodiac, the Tree of Life, and so on, finally saying that Adam, Abraham and white people have no place in this world.

On another page, here, is also says this:

bob marley racist
Basically describing how "Mother Africa" was raped of it's "Seeds" (black people), and all that's needed to do is rise up, spread out, create a new Bible, etc., and create a Black Supremacist world.

Now, I'm not writing this to antagonize anyone, I'm just pointing out the cold, hard truth. It's all there in black and white, no pun intended. I'm going to try and pre-guess what at least one defense might be; that just because one document of the Rastafarian movement says that, it doesn't necessarily mean that Bob Marley himself believed it.

However, it is noted that the document is a key scripture and "root" document in the Rastafarian movement. To say he didn't believe that part of it is akin to saying a white person is a part of the KKK / White Power Movement, but "doesn't necessarily believe" any of their scriptures or documents (take your pick which one), or a member of the Al Qaeda Movement "doesn't necessarily believe" in the teachings of Bin Laden or the scriptures that they use.

So just some food for thought to anyone who decides to quote Bob Marley on their Facebook page or anywhere else, or has love for the Rastafarian's.

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Re: Bob Marley was a Black Supremacist

the original ideas behind the rasti movement included ideals like black supremacy, but to be Rastafarian you dont have to follow them. its more a way of life than an organised religion, and they're all stoned all the time anyhow, so genocide of the white folk is not high on thier agednas methinks.
and as for marley, he was totally agaist all racism, like he said:

"Me only have one ambition, y'know. I only have one thing I really like to see happen. I like to see mankind live together - black, white, Chinese, everyone - that's all."

"I don't stand for the black man's side, I don' t stand for the white man's side. I stand for God's side."

so he really was as cool as ppl like to think, and so are many rastifarians, so its cool to quote them Smile

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Re: Bob Marley was a Black Supremacist

I'm a Black Supremacist Too!

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