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The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes (3)

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The African Renaissance Channel

The Metamorphosis of Lies for Negroes (3)

In Part 3 of this series, , we responded to two comments.
One tried to suggest that a bunch of Priests numbering less than 20 could have sold millions of Negro slaves and the other claimed that the blacks have never contributed anything to human development and tried to suggest that the Arabs and Europeans came to civilize them.

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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