brightness | Reviewer: baity ba | 11/13/13

bob was a real wiseman due to his forecast of the future.his spirit is still remaining with us,i wonder whether great god will again bring out another kind of messenger in the shape of father bob,his combat against racism,inequality,freedom were achieved.what is remaining depends on mankind's awareness.

More important now than ever ....and forever | Reviewer: james peters | 12/18/11

Truly a remarkable theme and message for all of mankind to be equal in one another's eyes. And if life is so dear it should always be , as should all life be not allow or invite the act of war. I have witnessed many atrocities in my lifetime , and none so devistating as infliction of distruction of a race. None should forgive the dogs of war. JP xoxox

jah rastafarian | Reviewer: sakhile masango | 5/26/10

i can say bob was a perfect complete proferts, i defenetely now dt was a speech 4rm selasie bt bob came with an idea to show all africans dat what ever u want go for it and if cant get it then fight for it,nowdays africans are living in peace bt they are now doin bad things "why do u kill ur brother?" bt when we were fighting we were all united africans 4rm south africa

Regarding War | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/2/10

Bob was full of wisdom, absolutely nothing from these words need changing and the other version from Haile Selassie 1 speech should have been added to the song I.E: Until bigotry and prejudice and malicious an inhuman self-interest have been replaced by understanding and tolerance and good-will; until Africans stand and speak as free beings, equal in the eyes of all men, as they are in the eyes of Heaven; Until that day, the African continent will not know peace. We Africans will fight, if necessary, and we know that we shall win, as we are confident in the victory of GOOD over EVIL. Bob, I wish you would have added those words. Or maybe you did already, I dont know...

War | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/30/08

How true in this time and place, this song can carry such meaning. Validitiy in the current times only helps to display the true force of this song and Bob's priceless words of encouragement. Change the lyrics from "Africa" to the world and the shoe fits.

Hopefully as Bob had hoped, this world will one day be, One Love.