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The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes -A Reply (3)

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The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes -A Reply (3)

In this video, we continued our response to a comment that tried to suggest that a bunch of Priests numbering less than 20 could have sold millions of Negro slaves in the perspective of today. We also tried to examine the prevailing circumstances of today and the atrocities of the slave hunting army now called Nigerian army.

In this part, we tried to show that the slave master is still using his foot soldiers the same way he did when they were slave hunters. We also looked at how the slave masters and his foot soldiers are working together on the Pandemic Or “PLandemic” We will also use the foot soldiers activities and atrocties as well as the Present lockdown to show how it is related to the slave trade.

The Full Version of the Video is at lbry://@TheRenaissance#a/metamorphosis_of_lies_for_negroes_3#f

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