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Placebo Effect for Negroes-A Reply (2)

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Placebo Effect for Negroes-A Reply (2)

Please note that this is not the scientific Placebo Effect that you see in your Academic research but used here for lack of a better term.
This Video is a reply to the video on the Placebo effect for Negroes(1) and Placebo Effect for Negroes - A reply(1). It tries to explain how the Moors may have metamorphosed to the Fulanis and Arabs we see today and still doing the same thing they were doing in the past.
However, this video is actually a reply to a comment we got from either a Fulani or their foot soldier in defense of the Fulani and trying to including some none existent groups for the slave trade and slave raids. This video tries to look at the Fulanis, the Moors and the likes of Kanuri, Akpa/Apa referred to by the user in the comment reproduced below.
Mungo park knew the Moors very well. They imprisoned and had him killed. This description of the Moors is from him:
"Before the Arabian Conquest, about the middle of the seventh
century, all the inhabitants of Africa, whether they were descended from Numidians, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, or Goths, were comprehended under the general name of Mauri, or Moors."

(Mungo Park, "Travels in the interior districts of Africa: performed in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. With an account of a subsequent mission to that country in 1805", pg 110, John Murray, by William Bulmer and co., 1816)

The Goths and Vandals, just like the Saxons of England, are Germanic tribes. In other words, along with Akpa/Apa of Arochukwu, the Akpa/Apa of Kwararafa, the Benin kingdom, the Fulanis, the Igalas, the Oyos etc. the descendants of these Germanic tribes also raided the Igbos and other Negroes for slaves.
We tried to examine if the Moors became the Fulanis considering that the Fulanis are said to be of unknown origin, and they are slave hunters like the Moors, chances are that the slave masters changed their identity to hide their ugly past as slave hunters.
Who were the Moors and where are they today?

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