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The Illusion of Hope for Negroes-LE(3)

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The Illusion of Hope for Negroes-LE(3)
This is the Limited Edition of the video, the Illusion of Hope or False Hope For Negroes(3) showing how the slave masters and their accomplices use the Golden Calves of Christianity and Islam to create false hope and illusions for Negroes. This was the case during the slave trade to keep the Negroes enslaves and has remained same till today
It also examined the role of the British superior method of slave capturing and asking questions around the false Narrative of how it could have been Negroes selling themselves.
Full Videos can be found on odyssey.com, arisetube.com and Crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube - https://youtu.be/apqRT33hKDw

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