The colonial people can laugh as much as they want, I do know that Marcus Garvey is an African who is very well respected by African people everywhere, including people like Kwame Nkuhmah, Jome Kenyatta, Julius Nyrere, Nnandi Azikiwi, and a host of other African liberators, who struggled for the liberation of Africa and Africans everywhere upon the face of this earth.
Marcus Garvey to me, is a great African dignitary who was born abroad, and who have spent his life educating African people about their origin and their culture, including many African leaders in Mama Africa, who helped to bring independence to many African countries in the 60s and there after. If the colonial masters are laughing, that is not new to us, they were always laughing at us while they were enslaving us, but for you to make a statment like the one you just made about Marcus Garvey, then you are also giving them something to laugh about. In closing I would just like you to know, that Marcus Garvey and Africa for the Africans at home and abroad, is not a a matter to laugh about, it is a cause which all African people should embrace, and teach to all thier people. The journey of life continues. Take the best care of yourself and your people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.
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