Bob Marley New Zealand Interview 1979
Yes, well, I see myself as a revolutionary. You cant get any help, and I don't take any bribe from anyone, I fight it single handed - with music! Rasta is the future - You see? Yes, rasta is the future, that's good...
Excellent Interview from the Great Bob Marley
Bob: Herbs a plant. Why these people that wants to do so much good for everyone calling themselves governments and this and that. Why they say you must not use the herb? You say um um we find that you mustn't use it because IT MAKES YOU REBEL..AGAINS T WHAT? AGAINST MEN WHO ARE SCRAVEN/CRAVEING (NOT SURE)Dem(they) crave for material things to captivate your mind and want to tell you, you have to work and put you on pension and THEY keep it all. So herb make you look upon yourself instead of you wanting to work for the man (greedy corrupt governments) AND YOU WANT TO BE ONE OF THE MAN TOO! Not in the sense of how him is but in the sense of why you have to bow to these things.
The media part: Bob: MEDIA! As If I ran(own) a newspaper I would do allot of interviews, because what I want to say would get across. If/when I talk to someone it goes to someone and they inherited to fit their business, and if too militant and they try for to spread a type of propaganda I mean media is media
Bob said That the government basically created a false reality in that we have to work, in order to get pension, health care, because they planted a seed of greed within us so we dwell on materialistic things. While the government at the end takes everything. Herb makes you meditate and realize life and then makes you rebel! The media are just propaganda if you own a media outlet you would use it to get your own ideas to influence the news.
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