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The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes (2)


The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes (2)

In this video, we responded to a comment that tried to suggest that a bunch of Priests numbering less than 20 could have sold millions of Negro slaves. We also tried to disprove the lie that they had a bunch of people who were doing slave hunting for them.

In this 2nd part we showed that the scholars may have mis-informed our people by reproducing the slave masters false narrative as against eye witness accounts.

In a nutshell, the slave master and his foot soldiers as well as his collaborators like the non Negroes work hard to ensure that the wrong people are accused of an atrocity they committed.

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