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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)

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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition of the video, The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-(2) which examines the slave masters technique of infiltrating any Negro Freedom Movement and using the case of the Indigenous People of Biafra(I.P.O.B) and how the slave master and his accomplices infiltrated it and took control of it. We also tried to show that Mr Simon Ekpa pretending to be fighting for Biafra is actually not fighting for Biafra but working for the slave master based on the Babel code of dividing the people.
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