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The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave-A Reply(1)

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The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave-A Reply(1)


The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave-A Reply is a continuation of our series on the age long lie that claims the Negroes were sold instead of captured and blaiming the Aro for the slave trade. This video is however a response to some comments we got from the descendants of the slave hunters who insist that the Negroes could have captured and sold themselves. It also tries to examine the accounts of the Slave master, The slave Hunter and the slaves themselves.


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