Marcus Garvey is a name that you don’t hear much about anymore.
Your elites don’t want people, white and black, to know who he was.
Had his views won out, there would be no decimation of the black community within the inner city. There would be no drug problems. There would be no “George Floyd” riots. There would be no massive incarceration of black youth.
Your elites have systematically eliminated any black leader who had anything valuable to offer the black community.
Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican immigrant who was very popular in the early part of the 20th century. He had millions of followers.
He took an economic approach to black emancipation.
It is not surprising that the mother of Malcolm X was a follower of Marcus Garvey.
In many respects Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X were preaching the same message.
Both Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X spoke the three words that frightens the bigoted power establishment: black self-sufficiency.
Both figures knew of course that their enemy was not only the white man, but the black man appointed by the white man.
And both men were not afraid to call out their enemies within the black community as Uncle Toms.
You can watch videos on YouTube today were Malcolm X warns black people about the black man appointed by the white man to represent the black man.
Likewise, Marcus Garvey had his enemy in WEB DuBois who he referred to as a house negro, only Marcus Garvey didn’t use the word negro.
Well, we all know what happens when you go up against the power establishment. They don’t like being embarrassed, and they don’t like being called out for the racists and evil tricksters that they are.
So, Marcus Garvey was deported and Malcolm X was assassinated. When Garvey was deported, the views of WEB DuBois, a Harvard dandy, won out, and the black community was nudged toward achieving equality not through economic means and taking care of themselves first, but through legal means, protests and agitation.
In a nutshell, Marcus Garvey wanted to trade off agitation and full rights (blacks being allowed to gain professional status, etc.) for blacks attaining vocational skills.
He wanted to begin a corporation, owned by blacks, run by blacks, employing blacks, to do for blacks what the white man wouldn’t do.
His was a grassroots, non-Marxist approach.
This was the way to go for the black community.
Had the black community moved down this pathway, their economic position would have been unassailable. It would not have been possible to outsource black jobs overseas in the 80s and 90s. With this economic power, the next generation of blacks would have attained full rights.
The message of Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X was not too much different than that of Booker T. Washington, another black man who you hardly hear anything about today.
And for good reason. The bigoted power establishment has no desire whatsoever for black or white people to hear this message.
Here is what Booker T. Washington had to say:
“There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”
“Character, not circumstance, makes the person.”
“Brains, property, and character for the Negro will settle the question of civil rights …”
Let there be in a community a Negro who by virtue of his superior knowledge of the chemistry of the soil, his acquaintance with the most improved tools and best breeds of stock, can raise fifty bushels of corn to the acre while his white neighbor only raises thirty, and the white man will come to the black man to learn.”
So why do our elites systematically eliminate black leaders who desire to help the black community achieve self sufficiency and economic prosperity?
Why do our elites foment riots within the black community which destroy and burn down black businesses?
Because our elites are sick people who get off on power and domination. Our elites are not like us, and the sooner we are rid of them, the better off we will all be.
Yes, there is systemic racism in the United States, and it is coming from our elites and the thug agency they control, the Central Intelligence Agency.
Why don’t Americans know this? Because they don’t want to know. They have active cognitive dissonance. They are happy to have our elites smile, lie and tell fairy tales so that they the people can continue to live happily within their Walt Disney dreamworld.
Americans don’t know any history, and they don’t care to learn any history. I dare say you won’t find one person out of one hundred who knows who Marcus Garvey was.
But shouldn’t they?
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