Greetings Prophet Chris:
You have stated that Marcus Garvey never made a statement against His Imperial Majesty. Please check the following link:
It's a letter from a Una Brown, a Black woman in the U.S., to Marcus Mosiah Garvey, defending Haile Selassie and objecting to the statements made by Marcus Mosiah Garvey in the August 1936 issue of "The Black Man", in an article entitled "The Italian Conquest". The link to Garvey's original article doesn't work, however perhaps you could find it elsewhere on the web. Perhaps you would want to dismiss this as just "propaganda"; well if you live in Jamaica, or near a city like New York, D.C. or London, I'm sure you could find a library with microfiche copies of the original issues of "The Black Man". Or you could contact the U.N.I.A. which I believe is still in existence (though very small nowadays).
Idi Amin Dada was chairman of the O.A.U. from 1975-1976. As I'm sure you know, this was over a year after Mengistu's coup deposed His Majesty from power and supposedly killed H.I.M. Below this message is a link to a list of past and present chairpersons of the OAU. Again, if you believe this to be propaganda, I'm sure you could contact the OAU (now African Union) directly and check with them.
Idi Amin Dada killed few "Asian exploiters" (he expelled them) and no white colonialists that I know of. He did however kill plenty of Mau Mau resistance fighters in Kenya, and after he became president, many thousands of his own people as well as thousands of Tanzanians when he invaded that country while its president Julius Nyerere was trying to implement one of the most sincere programs of 'socialism', poor people power or whatever you want to call it, in the history of modern Africa. Tanzanian warriors eventually defeated him however.
People should always do their own research and not rely on what others have told them.
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