I hear you.
Let's say that everything that happened to take all that history and culture away from us... didn't happen over the course of a single night. And as they say, Rome wasn't built in a day, so strategically how would you move? What is step 1? What is step 2? What is step 3?
I am, in nothing else, a strategist. This is who I am by nature. I try to understand enough about economics, military, politics, corporations, government, health, religion, science, etc. in order to produce cohesive strategies for getting from point A to point B.
So what I like about the video is the thing that often I don't hear from many other panafrican groups. The panafrican idea in general is good but there has to be a blueprint of specific steps, goals, etc. for how to get there. And since what was done to us took years we also have to have a plan that can span years but is constantly making progress.
The good thing about Liberia is that, for African Americans, it would feel more like home. Part of the struggle for these kinds of ideas is that there is an "adoption rate" to consider. If you can't get enough people you can't get enough resources. H.I.M was a master tactician and ruler. He was well aware of the resources he had and the resources he still yet needed to help his people. And he was willing to work with foreign powers to get those resources. So we too have to be strategic and figure out how to get all the resources we need (including people) to work towards a better future for the whole continent.