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The Slave Hunters Alibi(2)

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The Slave Hunters Alibi(2)

This Video series we have been looking at the Alibi of the slave hunters of old. However this part of more of a response to a comment from an Indian Wannabe considering that the slave masters project of trying to change the Negro identity and denying the slave trade is also an Alibi.
The video simply examined a very long comments from a very ignorant Indian Wannabe and perhaps a so called African American who claims that Dane Calloway is right in his bogus claim that Negroes are aborigines of the United States and how Negroes are Indians as well.

In this video we responded to the comment and also provided relevant figures while challenging the Indian wannabe to provide us the source of his or their own narrative from where they got that the Negroes are Indians or Aborigines.

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Snelgrave, W. (1734). A New Account of Guinea, and the Slave-trade: Containing I. The History of the Late Conquest of the Kingdom of Whidaw by the King of Dahome, the Author's Journey to the Conqueror's Camp, where He Saw Several Captives Sacrificed, & C: II. The Manner how the Negroes Become Slaves, the Number of Them Yearly Exported from Guinea to America, the Lawfulness of that Trade, the Mutinies Among Them on Board the Ships where the Author Has Been, &c.: III. A Relation of the Author's Being Taken by Pirates,
Edwards, B. (1801). The history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies: In 2 vol.: Illustr. with maps (Vol. 2). Stockdale.
Buxton, T. F. (1840). The African slave trade and its remedy (No. 1). Cass.
Jones, C. C. (1832). The Religious Instruction of the Negro.

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