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It Is Written Vs Truth for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)

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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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TheMessiahsOurSavior
TheMessiahsOurSavior 6 months ago

When quoting bible verses, one must always consider the proper context; and that the Old-Testament was the "eye for an eye" era and we (believers and followers of Christ the Messiah), are now under the new covenant. Also, take note of the following passage: Exodus 21:16 -" And he that stealeth a man and selleth him, or if he shall be found in his hand, he shall surely be put to death."

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