Marcus Garvey Speaks:
Marcus Garvey: "I warn the White World against the prejudice they are practicing against Negroes; I warn them against the segregation and injustice they mete out to us, for the perpetuation of these things will mean the ultimate destruction of the present civilization, and the building up of a new civilization founded upon mercy, justice, and equality." The messages of Tafari match very closely with the chantings of Marcus Garvey to his followers. Garvey, serving as a predecessor to Emperor Selassie predicted that Africa would be free from the pangs of Exploitation. Apparently, Africa remains free and demonstrates significant positive factors of the success which has been achieved by the societies that Garvey and Selassie chartered into humane progress.
Insurrection: a violent uprising against an authority or government. The criminalistic oriented uprisings of the Black Community and sustained insurrection of Black Society against the Caste System of Babylon rooted in Slavery, Institutional SocioCultural Oppression, De Jure Institutional White Supremacy as well as Uniformed and State Sanctioned Racism, is influenced heavily by the impelled frustration, impressed dismay, induced disillusionment, social disgruntlement and de facto psychical and emotive perturbment of 'Blacks'. The societally coerced insolence of Blacks is not innate or genetically sourced but caused by conditioning in an imperically unjust 'White' Society, controlled by European American Groups whom have denied essential opportunity to Blacks through De Jure and De Facto Societal Contrivements and Deceitment Devices.
Speech of Marcus Garvey (9/11/1923): "As Leader of the U.N.I.A. of which the Black Star Line was an auxiliary, I must state that the millions of our members in this country and abroad look to America as a national friend, and, citizens and residents as we are, we are jealous of her fair name among other nations of the World and zealous in the effort to be to her loyal and true. The U.N.I.A seeks to do for Africa similar what the Pilgrims and later, George Washington sought to do for America. We Negroes want a government of our own in Africa, so that we can be nationally, if not industrially and commercially, removed from competition in race, a condition that will make both races better friends, with malice towards none, but respect and appreciation for each. Our greatest trouble, however, is with our own people. There are some in the race who are not in sympathy with an independent Negro nation. To them 'they have lost nothing in Africa'."