• At the Independence Day concert in Zimbabwe, Bob Marley's illusions of grandeur with the African people have been shattered after witnessing the police beat their own people as a result of the chaos to see him.
• Marcus Garvey was partially responsible for bringing Rastafarianism to the islands and was famous for his pro-African statements, as well as statements in 1914 which set the stage for what would become one of the founding tenements of Rastafarianism, which states that Haile Selassie of Ethiopia was a prophet for the black people.
• Garvey was granted some fame and renown for his predictions when Haile Selassie became the king of Ethiopia.
• Rastafarianism flourished in Jamaica because it appealed to the poor, and when Haile Selassie visited Jamaica in 1966, over one hundred thousand Jamaicans surrounded his plane on the tarmac in reverence to their spiritual leader.
• Many in the Third World saw Marley as a man...
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