Marcus Garvey did send a ship load of material to Liberia to build houses and establish living conditions for African people abroad, but was betrayed by the then Government and leaders of Liberia at that time, the ship load of material was stolen by the then leaders, and the land which was agreed upon to build this great village, was sold to Firestone Rubber company, which is still in existance today. Marcus Garvey is well respected by all African leaders, who are truly Aferican Liberators.I have already said in my post, that I do think His Majesty and Marcus Garvey may have spoken and settled that matter already, since they were both living in England at that time I think Marcus Garvey went to England, after he was imprisoned and deported to Jamaica, to see if he could re organize the UNIA, and to continue in his life long work, Africa for Africans those at home and those abroad. The climate in England was too cold for him, as a man who was moving on in age, and who have spent all of his life struggling for his people, only to be betrayed on many occasions, and so he died in England.
Regardless of what you may want to think of
Marcus Garvey, he is already recorded in History, as a great African Liberator, who have made great sacrifices for his people, the people of African origin, and his beloved Continent of Mama Africa.
Again I send many oceans of blessings to all African people with many rivers of self determination.
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE
Baba Ras Marcus
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