Within that single organisation, there were members who believed that the answer to the Black man’s problem lay in the overthrow of the Capitalist system, and there were others who felt it lay in the Black man going to the House of Lords; there were some who saw themselves as part of the international Black revolution, and there was a faction who believed that the Black man in this country should concern himself only with what goes on in this country…in short, it became all too clear that what we had was not one movement, but movements within a movement.
—  Obi Egbuna