I would like to ask you the etymology of the word Bantu or the meaning of the word Bantu?
“Bantu” means precisely “people,” or also the peoples belonging to Central and South Africa. But I don’t want to be called “muntu” which means “someone.” Call me “mama” if you want to greet me in Kongolese thanks!
I did not ask him because of his positive energy (ba donki pe ba zali mabe, baza pe na mayele koleka batu normal) I wanted an exchange of information or knowledge with Dontali, then I would know for myself what he stands for or what he knows because I like to learn.
Perhaps your Rasta friend was banned and his thread was removed because he was not so smart after all. You don’t have a clue do you? How many times I have to tell you to post on the Rastafari Speaks board to get all the intelligent perspective you need about the Rastas and the Rastari ethos? It’s pathetic to get so stuck on debating with a white poster who came disrespectfully and with anti pro-black arguments and opinions... Apparently, he sure was okay for you to talk to! I am not surprised by you.
When masons shake hands there is a special signal exchange from the brotherhoods in the ranks.
This is what I am talking about.
I can’t say this would have been a waist of (time) I know that he knows something’s and I seek knowledge from Satanists to masons to Buddhists, he isn’t a European he knows something’s which the average Europeans don’t know
So I class him somewhere else.
Please give me a break. This site has a few WHITE members who post enlightened views and opinions on matters about the world, culture, various traditions of mysticism, and the Black liberation struggle. They are pretty intelligent, they understand Black Nationalism... Don Don Tali is not one of them, if he was he would be right here still speaking his mind. You should know.