jimripall | December 17, 2009
Here are two comments that I posted on this video's viewer comment thread:
azizip17-"This is my favorite Culture Club song. I consider this video [to be] a better alternative depiction of Mississippi 1870s since Black and White people in the real Mississippi 1870s weren't allowed to be socially equal like shown in this video. Thank you Culture Club, thanks to the producer of this video, and thanks also to jim ripall. This is a very high quality version of this video. It's much clearer than other versions found on YT. I've added it to my jambalayah collection of YT music video gems."
azizip17-Also, from wikipedia "Pan African Colors" -green, gold, and red are now found on the national flags of many African nations. They originate in Ethiopia; from where they also have relevance for the Rastafari movement. They were used on many ancient African flags, most notably in the bloom on the flag of Granada, the Moorish state in Spain...(Ghana was the first country to adopt the pan-African colours)"...Did Culture Club chose these particular colors for this significance?
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