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Structured Slavery for Negroes -A Reply(1)

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Structured Slavery for Negroes -A Reply (1)

In continuation of the Structured Slavery for Negroes series, we had to issue a response video to a comment from one of the aborigine wannabes. Remember the slave master working through some of their brainless foot soldiers are now claiming that the Slave trade did not happen and that the so called African Americans formerly called Black Americans and before then Coloureds etc are now indigenous native Americans.

They create videos and music to buttress their lies?

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