The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy is a relevant document. The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy today is recognized as one of the root documents of Rastafarian thought. It is a rambling, surrealistic stream-of-consciousness polemic against the White colonial power structure, a 'found' palimpsest of Afro centric thought,brimming with rage and energy.
This is a very enigmatic and convoluted document that neither enlightens nor guides the reader. It sets out no discernable thesis and if one can be gleaned from the title the author lays no strategy as how to mobilize black people or a strategy to lead them to recognize their supposed supremeness. It is essentially spaced-out, poetic, cryptic gibberish. As a proud black people we should be honest enough to admit that and stop thinking we must accept everything black in the name of race and culture.
In reality, the Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy is a useless and unneeded document that pepole should simply forget about. It spews nothing useful and doesn't even need to exist in today's world. This parchment should be forgotten about and left to burn in someone's fireplace in the very near future.
The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy is a Rastafarian document dating from the 1920s. It's basically a stream of consciousness rant about stuff that its author was irked about. I've written similar rants while higher than a kite, and no one's debating whether or not they're relevant, this one isn't, either.
It really depends on the definition of the term relevant, but, in most ways of thinking, it is not the case that anything that tries to place one group of people above any other is inherently irrelevant. There is nothing startling or illuminating about a document that declares one people supreme.
No, the Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy is not a relevant document, because the movement for Black Supremacy has not gained any steam. It is not much different than a cult, which has a few followers, and some teachings that are not mainstreamed. But because it is not a mainstream religion, it is not a relevant document, because it is just one person writing out their beliefs.