Fair enough 
Would they be casting their votes as Jamaicans, I asked the Kingston Rastafarians, in the forthcoming elections? The idea horrified them. ‘Tell your Queen Elizabeth,’ they said, ‘that the suffering Ethiopians assembled here from the corners of the earth, yeah verily from the four corners, it is written, the seventh year of the seventh epoch, yea verily the time has come, Abja!—tell her that we are aliens in this land, and cannot vote in elections imposed upon us by our oppresors. Fair enough?’

Fair enough 

Would they be casting their votes as Jamaicans, I asked the Kingston Rastafarians, in the forthcoming elections? The idea horrified them. ‘Tell your Queen Elizabeth,’ they said, ‘that the suffering Ethiopians assembled here from the corners of the earth, yeah verily from the four corners, it is written, the seventh year of the seventh epoch, yea verily the time has come, Abja!—tell her that we are aliens in this land, and cannot vote in elections imposed upon us by our oppresors. Fair enough?’