Yeah, any time something involving the word "supremacy" comes up, then it's going to run counter to anything stating peace, love and harmony. But really, should we be surprised at such a contradiction from a quasi-religious movement that's best known worldwide for its copious use of marijuana while listening to reggae?
There is no need to declare any one race to be supreme over an other race, and the idea that blacks are better than any other race is contrary to the idea that all should love one another. People need to look past race and be happy with each other for who they are.
Yes, the black supremacy ideals of the Rastafarian movement are contradictory to its one love message, because when they have one love they are specific as to who their one love is about. The black supremacists only love their own. They support one love, but it is only for the right people. Otherwise, they discriminate, just like the white hate groups.
The black supremacy ideals of the Rastafarian movement is contradictory to its "one love" message. How can the two exist together is impossible. They can preach all they want to that the "one love" message is how they feel and believe but then have the black supremacy ideals. I think it is contradictory and wrong.
I don’t think that the black supremacy ideals of the
Rastafarian movement are contradictory to its "one love" message. I don’t think that Rastafarianism has black
supremacy ideals. If that is the case,
then Christianity should be said to have “white supremacy ideals” for
displaying pictures of a white Jesus in church.