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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-LE(1)

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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition of the video, The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-(1) which seeks to examine the slave masters technique of mixing up lies with the truth such that it becomes difficult to identify those lies even when they are his intended interest to sell to the Negroes. Typical examples to help understand what we are referring to would be the slave masters holy books of Bible and Quran which contain a mixture of both lies and truth but difficult to separate the lies from the truth.

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