Rastafarian Blessed Barak on human rights and the definition of a drug

Rastafarian Blessed Barak on human rights and the definition of a drug

Posted On: November 1, 2011
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Rastafarian Ras Binghi Congo-Nyah aka Blessed Barak speaks at ‘No Justice, No Peace: Drugs, Race and Growing up’ event organised by Students for Sensible Drug Policy.

Blessed BARAK is an acoustic reggae, nyahbinghi, roots and dancehall artist/musician. A self taught guitar player and an excellent singer/songwriter, with a flavourful catalogue, he gives his time and music to the expression and progression of good values, principles and ideologies.

In this talk he discusses the inalienable human right to self govern and his decision not to recognise UK legal statutes with respect to cannabis. He believes ‘drugs’ are anything unnatural.