Why Tafari Makonnen is considered as slave trader and traitor? There are too many evidences to prove that Tafari Makonnen Woldemikael, or “Haile Selassie”, was a slave trader and traitor. His reign was 44 years, from 2 April 1930 to 12 September 1974.
His full ridiculous title was “His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, King of Kings and Elect of God”.
Here are just some 20 main issues condemning Tafari Makonnen:
Disregard toward the true Church, Canon and history of Yeshua for the so-called Christianity
His ethnic origin and loyalty to Turkic Mongolian groups, particularly the Jews and Romans
His violent grabbing of power and his seizure of monarchy and reliance on cruel feudal system
His resistance to abolition wide and miserable slavery in Ethiopia and the vassals of the empire
His military collaboration with Britain and the criminal suppression of Woyane uprising in 1943
His collaboration with the Allies in WWII against the Axis who were trying to liberate from Jews
His corruptive role in hijacking the claims of the Puntite origin of Israelite and Torah and Yeshua
His support for the claims of Marcus Garvey that led to Rastafari and Moorish Science Temple
His silence and use of Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy and Holy Piby led to Rastafari
He deceptively using corrupt ideas of Pan-Africanism to halt nationalism and liberation in Africa
Chattel slavery continued to the final days of his autocratic corrupt rule in 1974 all over Ethiopia
His discriminatory ethnic polices ruined the social, economic and political fabrics of Ethiopia
His passive and even negative stands against too many African liberation struggles and heroes
Implementing poor and ethnic educational and development policies led to widespread poverty
Indifference and silence towards deep poverty and massive brutal repeated hunger and famine
He alleged to put reforms, and allowed Rastafarians to believe he is God incarnate
He caused millions of Ethiopians to live in degrading poverty, oppressive misery and ignorance
Nowhere in the world was the gulf between rich and poor greater than during his cruel rule
When he faced uprising he ordered his police and army to kill off the starving suffering masses
He amassed great riches and as he grew older the greater became greedy and pitiable cupidity
He allowed landowners to take harvest from peasants and food shortages in a very fertile land.