Message of Rastafarian Elders and Followers pertaining to Roots Reggae Production
This site is dedicated to Martin Campbell and the other prolific, unsung Reggae Chanters whom dedicate their lives to fighting against Babylon Systems of Oppression. Martin Campbell, Reggae Producer and Singer, was one of the founders of Channel One working extensively in developing Roots Reggae during the 1980's and early 1990's in Jamaica. The Elders of Rastafari see much hope in the proselytizing efforts of chanters like Martin Campbell to spread conscious vibes messages globally through such studios as Channel One. Thusforth, Rastafari has amassed a strong following through its strident steps to promote Global Racial Unity, Global Ethical Awareness, International Peace and Accord, Intraregional Accord and diversity based cultural tolerance. The elders of Rastafari are seeking further support from the Commonwealth of United Kingdom in Reggae Music Production to promulgate Rastafari's messages globally.
Foundations of Channel One U.K. - Reggae
Maintaining Inity as Rastafarians and Unity towards the strength in amassed righteousness using Roots Reggae Music and Culture Dancehall as the vehicle for success will ensure the Rastafarian Faith will survive. With the varied subdivisions of Rastafari working with valued studios like Channel One U.K. we can overcome the struggles of Babylon. More importantly, as Rastas we must maintain inity, ordainment, and prophecy in the works of Roots Reggae Music and Culture Roots Dancehall to ensure our creed of protesters survives. Babylon has attempted to Brainwash Rastafari, using petty struggles as the inkling to our deceasement, especially targeting the Righteous Works of Reggae and specified personalities of achievement. This insidious targeting can be viewed in the loss of our many Rastafari Idren in Babylon System, as victims of violence, sourced in internecine hatred and from external sabotage.
Speech of Marcus Garvey (9/11/1923): As Leader of the U.N.I.A. of which the Black Star Line was an auxiliary, I must state that the millions of our members in this country and abroad look to America as a national friend, and, citizens and residents as we are, we are jealous of her fair name among other nations of the World and zealous in the effort to be to her loyal and true. The U.N.I.A seeks to do for Africa similar what the Pilgrims and later, George Washington sought to do for America. We Negroes want a government of our own in Africa, so that we can be nationally, if not industrially and commercially, removed from competition in race, a condition that will make both races better friends, with malice towards none, but respect and appreciaion for each. Our greatest trouble, however, is with our own people. There are some in the race who are not in sympathy with an independent Negro nation. To them "they have lost nothing in Africa."