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Capitalism, Feudalism and Slavery for Negroes_LE(2)

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Capitalism, Feudalism and Slavery for Negroes_LE(2)


In this video, we looked a Capitalism, Feudalism and Slavery minimally as it concerns the Negroes. We also looked at the Covid-19 fakery and Plandemic and how the slave masters foot soldiers are doing their own in Nigeria. We also included a video of someone who identified the fraud in the Nigerian NCDC CoronaVirus figures and how they are cooking them up or forcing states to come up with patients and figures.

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