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The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-LE(2)
00:28:48

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition of the video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes(2) showing that Friends of those how hated, captured and sold the Negroes as slaves are also Enemies to the Negroes.
It also examined the role of the British in the slave trade and the Freedom struggles in Biafra and Ambazonia today.
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N.A(1851) An Exposition on the African slave trade
Benezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Accounts of Guinea. Applewood Books.
Hurd, W. (1813) A New Universal History of the Religious Rites. Ceremonies, and Customs of the. Whole World
Woodson, C. G. (1917). Slavery and the slave trade in Africa. The Journal of Negro History Vol II
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Postlethwayt, M. (1747). The national and private advantages of the African trade considered: being an enquiry, how far it concerns the trading interest of Great Britain, effectually to support and maintain forts and settlements in Africa; belonging to the Royal African Company of England. London: John and Paul Knapton.
Benezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Account of Guinea, Its Situation, Produce and General disposition of its inhabitants with an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave trade, its Nature and lamentable Effects.

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
00:33:58

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition of our response video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes-A Reply(3) And we are responding to some comments we received from our last video.
Mr Himself Alone
If Nigeria splits up tomorrow it will not change anything for the better or worse of the people who you think are not my people. (AAs). Now if it makes things better for Igbo than that would be great.
Mr Himself Alone
You ask silly questions like why would they want a person in a coma? The person is only knocked out temporarily when they come too, they find themselves compromised.
Mr Himself Alone
The "slave masters" tell us in their books what they bought people with. How can you be do naive as to think that the British don't have it documented what they purchased people with?
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Postlethwayt, M. (1746). The national and private advantages of the African trade considered: being an enquiry, how far it concerns the trading interest of Great Britain, effectually to support and maintain forts and settlements in Africa; belonging to the Royal African Company of England. London: John and Paul Knapton.
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
MacQueen, J. (1840). A Geographical Survey of Africa: Its Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Productions, States, Populations, &c. with a Map of an Entirely New Construction, to which is Prefixed a Letter to Lord John Russell Regarding the Slave Trade and the Improvement of Africa. B. Fellowes.
Basden, G. T. (1966). Among the Igbos of Nigeria, frank cass and co Ltd.
Blum J. D.(1969 ) Who Cares About Biafra Anyway? Retrieved from https://www.thecrimson.com/art....icle/1969/2/25/who-c
Tucker, S. (1856). Abbeokuta: Or, Sunrise Within the Tropics: an Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Yoruba Mission.
Rees, A. (1819). The cyclopædia; or, universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature.
Auberon,W.(1968) Britain and Biafra:The Case for Genocide Examined retrieved from http://archive.spectator.co.uk..../article/27th-decemb on 28th December, 2021
Kisch, M. S. (1910). Letters & Sketches from Northern Nigeria. Chatto & Windus.
Alexander, A. (1846). A history of colonization on the western coast of Africa. WS Martien.
Berlioux, E. F. (1872). The Slave Trade in Africa in 1872: Principally Carried on for the Supply of Turkey, Egypt, Persia and Zanzibar (Vol. 30). E. Marsh.
Goodrich, S. G. (1848). Illustrative anecdotes of the animal kingdom. CH Peirce and GC Rand.
Gibson, E. (1727). Two Letters of the Lord Bishop of London: The First, to the Masters and Mistresses of Families in the English Plantations Abroad; Exhorting them to give their Assistance towards the Instruction of the Negroes within their Several Parishes
Dowd, J. (1907). The Negro races: a sociological study (Vol. 1). Macmillan.
Hodgson, W. B. (1844). Notes on Northern Africa, the Sahara and Soudan.
Browne, P. A., & Prichard, J. C. (1850). The Classification of Mankind, by the Hair and Wool of Their Heads: With an Answer to Dr. Prichard's Assertion, that" the Covering of the Head of the Negro is Hair, Properly So Termed, and Not Wool": Read Before the American Ethnological Society, November 3, 1849. A. Hart.
Upton, G. P.(1912) David Livingstone Life Stories for Young People David Livingstone

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
00:33:36

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes-A Reply(2) And we are responding to some comments we received from our last video.
Mr Himself Alone
I found Idu in a book
Mr Himself Alone
Let me ask a serious question? Why is it so important for the Renaissance to convince his listeners that no Igbo ever betrayed another to the slave traders. That the same person who wrote a history of the abolition of the slave trade. Thomas Clarkson. Who recorded what supposedly went on that the whole thing about canoes going up Calabar and Bonny to raid people did not happen? Why does it matter what "so-called African Americans believe? If our people did sell us hundreds of years ago. What does that have to do with Biafra today?
Mr Himself Alone
No one who called themselves Igbo or was called Igbo by others spoke of Biafra before Ojukwu.
Among other comments
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REFERENCES
Washington, B. T. (1909). The Story of the Negro: The Rise of the Race from Slavery (Vol. 1)..
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
MacQueen, J. (1840). A Geographical Survey of Africa: Its Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Productions, States, Populations, &c. with a Map of an Entirely New Construction, to which is Prefixed a Letter to Lord John Russell Regarding the Slave Trade and the Improvement of Africa. B. Fellowes.
Buxton, T. F. (1840). The African Slave Trade, and Its Remedy. J. Murray.
Basden, G. T. (1966). Among the Igbos of Nigeria, frank cass and co Ltd.
Moll, H. (1711). Atlas Geographus; Or, A Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern: Containing what is of Most Use in Bleau, Varenius, Cellarius, Cluverius, Baudrand, Brietius, Sanson, &c. With the Discoveries and Improvements of the Best Modern Authors to this Time. Illustrated with about 100 New Maps, Done from the Latest Observations.
Blum J. D.(1969 ) Who Cares About Biafra Anyway? Retrieved from https://www.thecrimson.com/art....icle/1969/2/25/who-c
Tucker, S. (1856). Abbeokuta: Or, Sunrise Within the Tropics: an Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Yoruba Mission.
Cugoano, O. (1999). Thoughts and sentiments on the evil of slavery and other writings.
Leonard, A. G. (1906). The lower Niger and its tribes.
Burdo, A. (1880). The Niger and the Benueh: Travels in Central Africa.
Rees, A. (1819). The cyclopædia; or, universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature.
Marwick, W. (1897). William and Louisa Anderson: A Record of Their Life and Work in Jamaica and Old Calabar.
MILDRED, E. T(2020) Boris Johnson said colonialism in Africa should never have ended retrieved from https://face2faceafrica.com/ar....ticle/boris-johnson- on 28th December, 2021
Auberon,W.(1968) Britain and Biafra:The Case for Genocide Examined retrieved from http://archive.spectator.co.uk..../article/27th-decemb on 28th December, 2021

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
00:30:12

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes-A Reply(1) And we are responding to some comments we received from our last video.

Chidi Ozuzu • 7 days ago
Oh! See how the cookie crumbles. So, it's no longer Biafra but Idu. Anyway, Renai, Who exactly are your audience? Do they include the Igbos of Southeastern Nigeria? If Igbos are among your audience, then, you should know about "Idu na Ado" and "Aha Idu na Oba". You can lie as much as you want but the Igbos are beginning to wake-up to the truth.
Chidi Ozuzu • 6 days ago (edited)
@Mr Himself Alone The name Igbo denoted but did not mean a slave. Aboh kingdom (an Ika/Benin kingdom) sold slaves and there's no doubt that majority of these slaves came from the northern part of Igboland. The Aro, the Ika (I'm restricting it to Aboh), the Bonny who are to the south of Igboland saw the name as derogatory because they were never slaves.
Chidi Ozuzu • 7 days ago
@THE RENAISSANCE The word Igbo means nothing in the language of the people we today call Igbos. Some claim the word is short for Ndigbo ("ancient people") but I don't believe it's correct. The word Igbo is most likely of Yoruba origin and in that language the word means "forest". There's Ijebu-Igbo (forest of the Ijebus), Igbo-Tapa (forest of the Tapa or Nupe) etc. in Yorubaland. But the forest people the Yorubas originally called Igbos are the same people who today occupy the southeastern part of Nigeria and NOT every tribe or slave from the bight of Biafra and Benin. Europeans are not always right. I've read some European books that mistranslated some common Igbo or Yoruba words.


Chidi Ozuzu • 7 days ago
@THE RENAISSANCE The word Igbo means nothing in the language of the people we today call Igbos. Some claim the word is short for Ndigbo ("ancient people") but I don't believe it's correct. The word Igbo is most likely of Yoruba origin and in that language the word means "forest". There's Ijebu-Igbo (forest of the Ijebus), Igbo-Tapa (forest of the Tapa or Nupe) etc. in Yorubaland. But the forest people the Yorubas originally called Igbos are the same people who today occupy the southeastern part of Nigeria and NOT every tribe or slave from the bight of Biafra and Benin. Europeans are not always right. I've read some European books that mistranslated some common Igbo or Yoruba words.

Mr Himself Alone
@THE RENAISSANCE no he does not follow you unless you decieve him. Suppose you ask your father to accompany you to the market under false pretenses. You know that there are bandits that you have secretly arranged to grab him. So off the two of you go and the bandits grab him, although he fights back. It's only once they are upon you two that he realizes it's you who has betrayed him.

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Benezet, A. (1767). A Caution and Warning to Great Britain and her Colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British Dominions. Collected from various authors, etc. Philadelphia.
Ramsay, J. (1788). Objections to the Abolition of the Slave Trade, with Answers: To which are Prefixed, Strictures on a Late Publication, Intitled," Considerations on the Emancipation of Negroes, and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, by a West India Planter.". J. Phillips.
Washington, B. T. (1909). The Story of the Negro: The Rise of the Race from Slavery (Vol. 1)..
Hayford, C., & Hayford, C. (1911). Ethiopia Unbound: Studies in Race Emancipation.
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Charles, T. W. (1860). Adventures and Observations on the West Coast of Africa. New York: Derby and Jackson.
MacQueen, J. (1840). A Geographical Survey of Africa: Its Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Productions, States, Populations, &c. with a Map of an Entirely New Construction, to which is Prefixed a Letter to Lord John Russell Regarding the Slave Trade and the Improvement of Africa. B. Fellowes.
Smith, W. (1744). A new voyage to Guinea.

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-LE(1)
00:26:32

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of the video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes(1) showing that Friends of those how hated, captured and sold the Negroes as slaves are also Enemies to the Negroes.
It also examined the role of the British in the slave trade and the Freedom struggles in Biafra and Ambazonia today.

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Ripley, G., & Dana, C. A. (Eds.). (1859). The new American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general knowledge (Vol. 6). D. Appleton.
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. (1792). The Debate on a Motion for the Abolition of the Slave-trade, in the House of Commons on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791, Reported in Detail. James Phillips.
Clarkson, T. (1830). Abolition of the African Slave-trade: By the British Parliament (Vol. 2). PA Brinsmade.
N.A(1803) Journals of the House of Commons from June the 15th, 1727 to December the 5th, 1732 in the sixth Year of the Reign of King George the Second
Copley, E. (1836). A history of slavery and its abolition. Sunday-School Union.
Herbert, H. A. (1912). The Abolition Crusade and Its Consequences: Four Periods of American History (No. 80). C. Scribner's Sons.

It Is Written Vs Truth for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
00:26:55

It Is Written Vs Truth for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
This is the LimitedEdition(LE) of the response video to some comments we received on some of our previous videos. The comment is below
Mr Himself Alone
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• 4 days ago
You have poor reading comprehension. It says the could not obtain European goods without slaves. Meaning the Fulahs. Sold people. You keep acting like people could not be traded for things. It does not matter who in Africa sold people. The fact is they were sold or traded. Never did I deny that Fulani captured and sold other African tribes. They did. What you want your viewers to believe is that Igbo or Eboe or what you call "Negroes" never did. Even though Olaudah Equiano who was Igbo. Said his people sold slaves.

Mr Himself Alone
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• 11 days ago
Glover formed the nucleus of what is today’s Nigeria’s Army and Police. He started the force with 10 Hausa runaway slaves on 1 June 1863. The group was known as Glover’s Hausas or ‘Glover’s Forty Thieves’.

Mr Himself Alone
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• 1 month ago
Biafra on maps is shown as being where Cameroonian is today and Benin on maps is the southern portion of modern Nigeria

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N.A(1999) The Nigerian Constitution(Written but not True)
Lugard, F. D. (1922). Dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Glover, L. E. R. S. (1897). Life of Sir John Hawley Glover. Smith, Elder.
Browne, P. A., & Prichard, J. C. (1850). The Classification of Mankind, by the Hair and Wool of Their Heads: With an Answer to Dr. Prichard's Assertion, that" the Covering of the Head of the Negro is Hair, Properly So Termed, and Not Wool":
Shufeldt, R. W. (1907). The Negro a menace to American civilization. RG Badger.
N.A(1828) Slave Trade Two Volumes
Pinkerton, J. (1807). Modern geography. T Cadell & W Davies.
Harris, T. M. (1841). Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe: Founder of the Colony of Georgia in North America. Boston: TM Harris.
Canot, C. (1854). or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver.…. New York.
Middleton, A. (1948). The Strange Story of Job Ben Solomon. The William and Mary Quarterly, 5(3), 342-350.
Ripley, G., & Dana, C. A. (Eds.). (1859). The new American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general knowledge (Vol. 6). D. Appleton.

It Is Written Vs Truth for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
00:28:17

It Is Written Vs Truth for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response video to some comments we received on one of our previous videos. The comment is below
Lottie Spence
Lottie Spence • 1 month ago
Yes, the Holy Scriptures said this. Everything in the Holy Bible is facts & truths from the beginning to the end , no contradictions or confusions...period! The Most High God speaks about Every nation & WHAT he's doing to them right now...period. I'm a Negro, Cherokee from the tribe of Jacob's son Gad! Peace
Mr Himself Alone
4 days ago
I do not get how this idea is so complicated for you. They were held captive and items for given in exchange. Once the brandy, rum , cloth , pans, etc. were handed to the Africans of whatever tribe the captives were placed in the custody of the Europeans. Simple
Mr Himself Alone
3 weeks ago
Luke 12:47
“And that servant, which knew his lord's will, and prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes.”
King James Version (KJV)

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Malte-Brun, M. "Universal Geography, or A Description of All the Parts of the World." Vol. IV (1823).
Schön, J. F., & Crowther, S. (1842). Journals of the Rev. James Frederick Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther: Who, Accompanied the Expedition Up the Niger, in 1841, in Behalf of the Church Missionary Society (Vol. 1). Hatchard and son.
Crowther, S., & Taylor, J. C. (1859). The Gospel on the Banks of the Niger.
Sharp, G. (2013). The just limitation of slavery in the laws of God: compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders. Cambridge University Press.
Rodwell, J. M. (1910). The Koran: Translated from the Arabic,
Thomas, N. W. (1913). Anthropological Report on the Ibo-speaking Peoples of Nigeria: English-Ibo and Ibo-English dictionary (Vol. 2). Harrison and Sons.
Hunt, J. (1863). On the Negro's place in nature. Trübner, for the Anthropological Society.
Dennett, R. E. (1910). Nigerian Studies: Or, The Religious and Political System of the Yoruba (Vol. 48). Macmillan and Company, limited.
N.A(1789) The Holy Bible

The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
00:21:46

The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition of the continuation of our response video to a comment we received on one of our previous videos. The comment is below
Mr Himself Alone
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• 3 weeks ago
Biafra on maps is shown as being where Cameroonian is today and Benin on maps is the southern portion of modern Nigeria
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.Boyer, A. (Ed.). (1711). The Political State of Great Britain: Containing, an Impartial Account of the Most Important and Remarkable Transactions; Changes in the Ministry; and Proceedings in Parliament and Convocation; and in Particular, the Whole Debates and Examinations of the House of Peers about the Affairs of Spain, Viz. the Earl of Peterborow's Answers, to the Five Questions Put to His Lordship; the Earl of Galway's Narrative and Reply; Original Letters of the Earl of Sunderland, and Mr. Stanhope; the Speeches and .... J. Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row.
Buxton, T. F. (1840). The African Slave Trade, and Its Remedy. J. Murray.
Stanley, H. M. (1893). Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa. New York: Harper.
Huntley, H. V. (1850). Seven Years' Service on the Slave Coast of Western Africa (Vol. 1). TC Newby.
Holcombe, W. H. (1861). Suggestions as to the Spiritual Philosophy of African Slavery: Addressed to the Members and Friends of the Church of the New Jerusalem. Mason brothers.
Lugard, F. D. (1922). Dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Woodson, C. G.(1917). The Journal of Negro History.

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(3)
00:10:46

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition of our response to a comment we received on one of our previous videos from some people who are likely Fulanis. The comments is below
Alasan Bah • 5 days ago
One of the most ridiculous and biased documentary I have ever seen

Mohamed Bah • 2 weeks ago
This is ridiculously fake journalism. Fulanis were themselves enslaved. You're just consumed with bias and hate for the Fulani. All your sources are unreliable. Why don't you try getting the Fulani side of your story ?
Mohamed Bah • 2 weeks ago
@THE RENAISSANCE In conflict situations one party usually suffers more than the other. I'm not the judge of these conflicts but I'm sure courts would deliver justice. Your reports shows open bias and hatred for Fulanis. When a hard working and resourceful nomadic tribe goes about their age-old business of tending to their cattle, there's bound to be conflicts which cannot be resolved simply by your rage and outburst of hatred for these indispensable Fulanis!

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Foster, W. Z. (1954). The Negro people in American history
Smith, E. W. (1926). THE GOLDEN STOOL.
Berlioux, E. F. (1872). The Slave Trade in Africa in 1872: Principally Carried on for the Supply of Turkey, Egypt, Persia and Zanzibar
Johnston, H. H., & Johnston, H. (1889). The History of a Slave. London: K. Paul, Trench.
Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
Jefferson, T. (1776). The declaration of independence.
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Hazzledine, G. D. (1904). The white man in Nigeria. E. Arnold.
Lugard, F. D. (1922). Dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Hume, D. (1742). Essays, Moral and Political.
Brown, R. (1896). The story of Africa and its explorers (Vol. 4). Cassell.
Kisch, M. S. (1910). Letters & Sketches from Northern Nigeria. Chatto & Windus.

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(2)
00:31:52

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition of our response to a comment we received on one of our previous videos from someone who is likely Fulani. The comment is below
Mohamed Bah • 2 weeks ago
This is ridiculously fake journalism. Fulanis were themselves enslaved. You're just consumed with bias and hate for the Fulani. All your sources are unreliable. Why don't you try getting the Fulani side of your story ?
Mohamed Bah • 2 weeks ago
@THE RENAISSANCE In conflict situations one party usually suffers more than the other. I'm not the judge of these conflicts but I'm sure courts would deliver justice. Your reports shows open bias and hatred for Fulanis. When a hard working and resourceful nomadic tribe goes about their age-old business of tending to their cattle, there's bound to be conflicts which cannot be resolved simply by your rage and outburst of hatred for these indispensable Fulanis!

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Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
Jefferson, T. (1776). The declaration of independence.
.Jacobs, D. (1987). The brutality of nations. Alfred a Knopf Incorporated.
Sharp, G. (1779). A representation of the injustice and dangerous tendency of tolerating slavery.
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Hazzledine, G. D. (1904). The white man in Nigeria. E. Arnold.
Moister, W. (1871). A History of Wesleyan Missions: In All Parts of the World, from Their Commencement to the Present Time. E. Stock.

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(1)
00:17:46

The brain of the Negro-A Reply LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response to a comment we received on one of our previous videos from what is likely a Maroon. The comment is below
IAmDameechi @Djuana Beruk I'm Jamaican but unfortunately you are nation less if you are so called black Americans 😔 there is no black nation
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.Jacobs, D. (1987). The brutality of nations. Alfred a Knopf Incorporated.
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Johnston, H. H., & Bartholomew, J. G. (1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.
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Hodgson, W. B. (1844). Notes on Northern Africa, the Sahara and Soudan: In Relation to the Ethnography, Languages, History, Political and Social Condition, of the Nations of Those Countries. Wiley and Putnam.
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Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
00:36:37

Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes-A Reply LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of the continuation of our response video to a comment we received on one of our previous videos. The comment is below
Berphil buonfilius • 4 days ago
Dearest brother, I appreciate your lectures, as they make a lot of sense, triggering in me questions that I wouldn't have ordinarily asked.
They have helped me a lot.
But I disagree with you on the assertion that the name Igbo was given to us (because I'm an Igbo man) by the British or slave master, as what you present as a prove (that the slave masters called us Ibos) is not a prove at all. That reasoning is too low of you. That a person came to my land, met me and and later called or referred to me in whatever form (maybe in the future) by what he heard me call myself or what my neighbours called me, does not mean that he gave me the name. That is absolutely illogical! The slave masters only called the people (ndị Ịgbo) what the people called themselves. That that is not the case for other groups like the Yorubas and some others does not make the claim false. Yes I do not have a proof here (but there is) that we were called by that name before the arrival of the British or the whites in our land. But it's just the same as you who do not have or is yet to provide a cogent prove that we never bore that name before the arrival of ndị ọcha.
And more over you have mentioned severally that ibo (Igbo) was used to refer to every negro from the bight of Biafra. Does the fact that I and you know that the majority of the slaves were Igbos not make it clear that the slave masters called every one of their slave from that territory i(g)bo because majority of them were Igbos?
If it is not so, i.e., if it is as you claim that the name was given by the slave traders to the entirety of the different ethnic groups shipped through the bight of Biafra or Bonny, why then did the name i(gbo) stock ONLY with the igbo people till today, and not with they entire group of slaves of different ethnic origine from the bight of Biafra?
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.Ratzel, F. (1898). The history of mankind (Vol. 3). Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Jacobs, D. (1987). The brutality of nations. Alfred a Knopf Incorporated.
N.A(1855) The palace and park:Its natural history and its portrait Gallery together with a description of Pompeian Court
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.
Equiano, O. (1794). Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself.
Davis, W. J. (1904). The Nineteenth Century Token Coinage of Great Britain... Dryden Press.
Alexander, A. (1846). A history of colonization on the western coast of Africa. WS Martien.
Bowen, J. W. E. (Ed.). (1896). Africa and the American Negro. Gammon Theological Seminary.
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Pinkerton, J. (1802). Modern geography. Vol II
Byrd, A. X. (2006). Eboe, Country, Nation, and Gustavus Vassa’s “Interesting Narrative.” The William and Mary Quarterly, 63(1), 123–148.
Tucker, S. (1853). Abbeokuta: Or, Sunrise Within the Tropics: an Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Yoruba Mission. James Nisbet and Company.
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Ross, A. (1658). Pansebeia: Or, a View of All Religions in the World: with the Several Church-governments from the Creation, Till These Times. Also Discovery of All Known Heresies in All Ages and Places: and Choise Observations and Reflections Throughout the Whole... By Alexander Ross. To which is Annexed, the Lives, Actions, and Ends of Certain Notorious Hereticks. With Their Effigies in Copper-plates. John Williams, at the sign of crown, in St. Paul's Church-yard.
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The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
00:25:17

The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of the continuation of our response video to a comment we received on one of our previous videos. The comment is below
JL Meka • 3 weeks ago (edited)
Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them" Mt.7: 20
@ THE RENAISSANCE you are not the only one who use the Bible to promote his cult. We have now many cults, sects who done the same thing, like the Mohammedan with their allah, the Mormons, the Jehovah's witnesses , and others branches who claim to be christians or not ... The line his already long and you are not and will not be the last one. It seems like every day someone come with his new old belief.
What's happening in Nigeria is not unique in Africa, name me one country in that continent who don't have a foreign country who rule over them. Emotional his the way to reach and to manipulate the African people !
So now let's think a moment :
I am Bantu. My ancestors had to flee their land, their country, 'cause of the Arab Mohammedans invasion and until now we are scattered around the world.
You said that all religious books are fairy tail, but you open ONLY and AGAIN the Bible, to say nonsense. You want to educate people but you can't do it for yourself. A blind, who want to be a guide, a voice of god ^_^ You want to bring back a juju god who write nothing, who talk to no one, who don't need to be worship, but had priests ^_^ So now my questions are :
Who call them to be priests? and to do what ? The God of the Univers of all humanity, for all people is name is juju ? And only one tribe in Nigeria know him, even when he talk to no one ?
Please explain to me how it works
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.Graves, K. (1878). The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors, Or, Christianity Before Christ: Containing New, Startling and Extraordinary Revelations in Religious History, which Disclose the Oriental Origin of All the Doctrines, Principles, Precepts, and Miracles of the Christian New Testament: and Furnishing a Key for Unlocking Many of Its Sacred Mysteries, Besides Comprising the History of Sixteen Heathen Crucified Gods. Colby and Rich.
Smith, W. (1745). A new voyage to Guinea.
Parsons, J. D. (1895). Our Sun-God: Or Christianity Before Christ. Book Tree.
Graves, K. (1924). The Biography of Satan: Or, A Historical Exposition of the Devil and His Fiery Dominions: Disclosing the Oriental Origin of the Belief in a Devil and Future Endless Punishment; Also, an Explanation of the Pagan Origin of the Scriptural Terms, Bottomless Pit, Lake of Fire and Brimstone, Chains of Darkness, Casting Out Devils, Worm that Never Dieth, Etc. P. Eckler.
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1902). British Nigeria: a geographical and historical description of the British possessions adjacent to the Niger River, West Africa. Cassell, limited.
Kingsley, M. H. B. (1899). West African Studies.
Blumhardt, C. F. (1799). Christian missions: or a manual of missionary geography and history: Edited by C. Barth. Religions Tract Society.
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Swan, C. A. (1909). The Slavery of To-day: Or, The Present Position of the Open Sore of Africa. Pickering & Inglis.
Bosman, W. (1705). A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea: Divided Into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts. Containing a Geographical, Political and Natural History of the Kingdoms and Countries; with a Particular Account of the Rise, Progress and Present Condition of All the European Settlements Upon that Coast; and the Just Measures for Improving the Several Branches of the Guinea Trade. Illus. with Several Cutts. J. Knapton.
Warneck, J. (1909). The Living Forces of the Gospel: Experiences of a Missionary in Animistic Heathendom. Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier.

The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
00:34:43

The head of the serpent for Negroes-A Reply LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response video to a comment we received on one of our previous videos. The comment is below
JL Meka
Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them" Mt.7: 20
@ THE RENAISSANCE you are not the only one who use the Bible to promote his cult. We have now many cults, sects who done the same thing, like the Mohammedan with their allah, the Mormons, the Jehovah's witnesses , and others branches who claim to be christians or not ... The line his already long and you are not and will not be the last one. It seems like every day someone come with his new old belief.
What's happening in Nigeria is not unique in Africa, name me one country in that continent who don't have a foreign country who rule over them. Emotional his the way to reach and to manipulate the African people !
So now let's think a moment :
I am Bantu. My ancestors had to flee their land, their country, 'cause of the Arab Mohammedans invasion and until now we are scattered around the world.
You said that all religious books are fairy tail, but you open ONLY and AGAIN the Bible, to say nonsense. You want to educate people but you can't do it for yourself. A blind, who want to be a guide, a voice of god ^_^ You want to bring back a juju god who write nothing, who talk to no one, who don't need to be worship, but had priests ^_^ So now my questions are :
Who call them to be priests? and to do what ? The God of the Univers of all humanity, for all people is name is juju ? And only one tribe in Nigeria know him, even when he talk to no one ?
Please explain to me how it works
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Crummell, A. (1891). Africa and America: Addresses and discourses. Willey & Company.
Wadström, C. B. (1789). Observations on the Slave Trade, and a Description of Some Part of the Coast of Guinea, During a Voyage, Made in 1787, and 1788,... by CB Wadstrom. James Phillips.
Chas, C. (1900). The Negro a Beast; or, In the Image of God.
Alexander, A. (1846). A history of colonization on the western coast of Africa. WS Martien.
Clarke, R. F. (1889). Cardinal Lavigerie and the African Slave Trade... Longmans.
Beane, J. G. (1898). Cardinal Lavigerie, Primate of Africa (Vol. 5). St. Joseph's Seminary for the Colored Missions.
Tait, W(1851) The Slave-trade Overruled for the Salvation of Africa
N.A(1968) Nigerian-Biafran Relief Situation, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on African Affairs
Drummond, H. (1888). Tropical Africa. London: Hodder and Stoughton.

The Golden Calf for Negroes LE(1)
00:26:45

The Golden Calf for Negroes LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our video series on the Golden Calf for Negroes and further on how the Slave master and his accomplices give Negroes a counterfeit of everything. Also, a continuation of the counterfeit Benin Kingdom of today. The video gives a clue that the present-day Benin Kingdom is a creation of the Slave Masters and a counterfeit created after the slave masters destroyed the original Benin Kingdom in 1897. The so-called Oba of Benin is also a creation of the Slave master and his slave-hunting Accomplices.

It also shows how the Slave Master leverages on the Fallacy of Appeal to Authority to exploit the Negroes such that whatever he says is believed without proof or evidence.
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REFERENCES
Pinnock, J. (1897). Benin: The Surrounding Country, Inhabitants, Customs, and Trade. Journal of Commerce.
Roth, H. L. (1903). Great Benin: Its customs, art and horrors. F. King.
Bindloss, H. (1898). In the Niger country. W. Blackwood and sons.
Burdo, A. (1880). The Niger and the Benueh: Travels in Central Africa. R. Bentley & son.
Tanner, B. T. (1869). The Negro's Origin; And, Is the Negro Cursed?. African ME Book Depository.
Botsford, G. W. (1911). A History of the ancient world. Macmillan.
Bacon, S. R., & Overend, W. H. (1897). Benin: The city of blood. London: Arnold.

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(3)
00:31:54

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition of our video introducing the counterfeit Benin Kingdom of today. The video gives a clue that the present-day Benin Kingdom is a creation of the Slave Masters and is a counterfeit created after the slave masters destroyed the original Benin Kingdom in 1897. The so-called Oba of Benin is also a creation of the Slave master and his slave-hunting Accomplices.
It also shows that the Slave Master and his accomplices are responsible for the killings and burning of houses in Biafraland today, same way they conducted Slave raids or Razzias during the slave trade.
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REFERENCES
Smith, W. (1744). A new voyage to Guinea.
US Congress(1776) Declaration of Independence
Pinnock, J. (1897). Benin: The Surrounding Country, Inhabitants, Customs, and Trade. Journal of Commerce.
Hunt, J. (1863). On the Negro's place in nature. Trübner, for the Anthropological Society.
Kingsley, M. H. (1899). West African Studies.
Roth, H. L. (1903). Great Benin: Its customs, art and horrors. F. King.
Bindloss, H. (1898). In the Niger country. W. Blackwood and sons.

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(2)
00:33:00

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition and a continuation of our series on a Freedom Seeking group(I.P.O.B) in what was Negroland and Guinea looking for Freedom from the Colonial and slavery structures of the Slave master and his accomplices.
However, as you would expect in every Negro gathering, there must be saboteurs, disunity, snitching etc. In this case, the group called Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) is currently looking for freedom from the colonial and Slave masters and the Yoke of One Nigeria. As expected, the slave master connived with his slave hunting accomplices to abduct the leader of the Group and then infiltrated another group called Directorate of State(D.O.S).
In 2015 the same leader was arrested, and detained by the Slave master and his accomplices for two years without trial. Following his arrest in 2015, the leadership group called D.O.S was found to have compromised and the then Deputy Dissolved the DOS. The slave master and his accomplices then went back to the drawing board and this time got the deputy and afterwards the DOS. He then went ahead to kidnap the leader while having the D.O.S under him.
In this video, we played the voice of the Head of the Compromised DOS to show something similar to what Gowon did with the Aburi accord is what may be going on. Apparently after his meeting with the women the slave masters called him as they did Gowon and the aburi Accord.
REMEMBER, IF THE PEOPLE HAD LISTENED TO THE COMPROMISED D.O.S TO STOP THE MONDAY SIT AT HOME, KANU WOULD HAVE BEEN FORGOTTEN IN THE D.S.S DUNGEON BY NOW WHICH WAS THE PLAN OF THE SLAVE MASTER AND HIS ACCOMPLICES AND THE COMPROMISED D.O.S
This video continues to show that the D.O.S in IPOB is compromised and that the head of the head of the serpent is the British Government, especially the English the same way they did as slave hunters.
Full video is available on Patreon.com, Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
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Melville, L., & Benjamin, L. S. (1921). The South Sea Bubble (Vol. 321). D. O'Connor.
Falconbridge, A. (1788). An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa, by Alexander Falconbridge. James Phillips.
Sorsby, V. G. (1975). British Trade with Spanish America Under the Asiento 1713-1740 (Doctoral dissertation, University of London).
N.A(1789) Report of the Lords of the Committee of Council appointed for the Consideration of all Matters relating to Trade and Foreign Plantations
Phillips, U. B. (1918). American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of Negro Labor as Determined by the Plantation Régime. D. Appleton.
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Dowd, J. (1907). The Negro races: a sociological study (Vol. 1). Macmillan.
Johnston, H. H. (1913). A History of the Colonization of Africa by Alien Races:... with Eight Maps. Cambridge University Press.
Alexander, A. (1846). A history of colonization on the western coast of Africa. WS Martien.
Estes, M. (1846). A Defence of Negro Slavery, as it Exists in the United States. Press of the" Alabama journal,".
Livingstone, W. P. (1900). Mary Slessor of Calabar, Pioneer Missionary.

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(1)
00:35:25

Head of the Serpent for Negroes LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition of our series on a Freedom Seeking group(I.P.O.B) in what was Negroland and Guinea looking for Freedom from the Colonial and slavery structures of the Slave master and his accomplices.
However, as you would expect in every Negro gathering, there must be saboteurs, disunity, snitching etc. In this case, the group called Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) is currently looking for freedom from the colonial and Slave masters and the Yoke of One Nigeria. As expected, the slave master connived with his slave hunting accomplices to abduct the leader of the Group and then infiltrated another group called Directorate of State(D.O.S).
In 2015 the same leader was arrested, and detained by the Slave master and his accomplices for two years without trial. Following his arrest in 2015, the leadership group called D.O.S was found to have compromised and the then Deputy Dissolved the DOS. The slave master and his accomplices then went back to the drawing board and this time got the deputy and afterwards the DOS. He then went ahead to kidnap the leader while having the D.O.S under him.
REMEMBER, IF THE PEOPLE HAD LISTENED TO THE COMPROMISED D.O.S TO STOP THE MONDAY SIT AT HOME, KANU WOULD HAVE BEEN FORGOTTEN IN THE D.S.S DUNGEON BY NOW WHICH WAS THE PLAN OF THE SLAVE MASTER AND HIS ACCOMPLICES AND THE COMPROMISED D.O.S
This video continues to show that the D.O.S in IPOB is compromised and that the head of the head of the serpent is the British Government, especially the English the same way they did as slave hunters.
Full video is available on Patreon.com, Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the descendants of the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
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Edwards, B. (1794). The history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies: In 2 vol.: Illustr. with maps (Vol. 2)
Webster, N., Webster, N., Goodrich, C. A., Porter, N., & Mahn, C. A. F. (1886). Webster's Complete Dictionary of the English Language. With Various Literary Appendices and Numerous Additional Illustrations Thoroughly Revised and Improved by Chauncey A. Goodrich DD, LL. D., Late Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, and Also Professor of the Pastoral Charge in Yale College; and Noah Porter, DD, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics in Yale College. Assisted by Dr. CAF Mahn, of Berlin, and Others. George Bell & Sons.
Ratzel, F. (1898). The history of mankind (Vol. 3). Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1900). British West Africa: Its Rise and Progress. Swan Sonnenshein.
Garvey, M. (1967). Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey: Or, Africa for the Africans (Vol. 1). Psychology Press.
Harris, N. D., & Shotwell, J. T. (1914). World Diplomacy: Intervention and Colonization in Africa. Houghton Mifflin.
Falconbridge, A. (1788). An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa, by Alexander Falconbridge. James Phillips.
Sorsby, V. G. (1975). British Trade with Spanish America Under the Asiento 1713-1740 (Doctoral dissertation, University of London).

Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(5)
00:29:00

Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(5)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of the continuation of our video about a Freedom Seeking group(I.P.O.B) in what was Negroland and Guinea looking for Freedom from the Colonial and slavery structures of the Slave master and his accomplices.
However, as you would expect in every Negro gathering, there must be saboteurs, disunity, snitching etc. In this case, the group called Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) is currently looking for freedom from the colonial and Slave masters and the Yoke of One Nigeria. As expected, the slave master connived with his slave hunting accomplices to abduct the leader of the Group and then infiltrated another group called Directorate of State(D.O.S).
In 2015 the same leader was arrested, and detained by the Slave master and his accomplices for two years without trial. Following his arrest in 2015, the leadership group called D.O.S was found to have compromised and the then Deputy Dissolved the DOS. The slave master and his accomplices then went back to the drawing board and this time got the deputy and afterwards the DOS. He then went ahead to kidnap the leader while having the D.O.S under him.
This video shows proof that the D.O.S is compromised and this is based on their actions, inactions and utterances.
REMEMBER, IF THE PEOPLE HAD LISTENED TO THE COMPROMISED D.O.S TO STOP THE MONDAY SIT AT HOME, KANU WOULD HAVE BEEN FORGOTTEN IN THE D.S.S DUNGEON BY NOW WHICH WAS THE PLAN OF THE SLAVE MASTER AND HIS ACCOMPLICES AND THE COMPROMISED D.O.S
We also tried to show the Negroes in the Diaspora why they have to look closer at what is happening in Biafra and Ambazonia and look at how the slave master and his accomplices are handling both to understand how the slave trade could have happened.
Full video is available on Patreon.com, Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the descendants of the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
Full Videos can be found on odyssey.com and Crystalviews.net
For those that have supported us, we say thank you
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For those that have supported us, we say thank you
REFERENCES
Johnston, K. (1878). Africa.[Stanford's compendium of geography and travel.].
Lugard, F. D. (1922). Dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
Clark, R. W.(1860) The African Slave Trade.
Jacobs, D. (1987). The brutality of nations. Alfred a Knopf Incorporated.
Fox, W. (1791). An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. M. Gurney... T. Knott... and C. Forster.
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1900). British West Africa: Its Rise and Progress. Swan Sonnenshein.
N.A(1713) Her Majesties Command, The Assiento or Contract for Allowing to the subjects of Great Britain the Liberty of Importing Negroes into Spanish America

Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(4)
00:28:14

Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(4)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of the continuation of our video about a Freedom Seeking group(I.P.O.B) in what was Negroland and Guinea looking for Freedom from the Colonial and slavery structures of the Slave master and his accomplices.
However, as you would expect in every Negro gathering, there must be saboteurs, disunity, snitching etc. In this case, the group called Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) is currently looking for freedom from the colonial and Slave masters and of the Yoke of One Nigeria. As expected, the slave master connived with his slave hunting accomplices to abduct the leader of the Group and then infiltrated another group called Directorate of State(D.O.S).
In 2015 the same leader was arrested, and detained by the Slave master and his accomplices for two years without trial. Following his arrest in 2015, the leadership group called D.O.S was found to have compromised and the then Deputy Dissolved the DOS. The slave master and his accomplices then went back to the drawing board and this time got the deputy and afterwards the DOS. He then went ahead to kidnap the leader while having the D.O.S under him.
This video shows proof that the D.O.S is compromised and this is based on their actions, inactions and utterances.
We also tried to show the Negroes in the Diaspora why they have to look closer at what is happening in Biafra and Ambazonia and look at how the slave master and his accomplices are handling both to understand how the slave trade could have happened.
Full video is available on Patreon.com, Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the descendants of the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
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