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CHATTEL SLAVERY STILL REMAINS

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel I Iktor Tafari If you free a people and continue to control all the land, and control all the money, you will effectively control all the people and keep them in captivity.That is what is meant by the term “CAPTIVE LABOR.” But if the enslaved are also unwise and brainwashed, you can easily trick them. Here

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Why Black People Were, Are and Will Always Be Slaves

Dear Sir/Madam, Daily, readers of news media are bombarded by the news litany about “white policies and practices of institutionalized and/or overt actions, that speak of “hate towards blacks”. My attached documents provide a different, disturbing, self-deprecating perspective of an act that is particularly egregious, one that on examination makes the reader carefully consider “what whites are chronicled to have

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Don’t Come Prince Charles – Purging the Monarchy Growing a Republic

(Barbados Nation) Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will pay an official visit to Barbados on Tuesday, March 19, as part of a Caribbean tour. During the visit, they will participate in several events, including a parade and wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph in National Heroes Square and a reception at which they will be

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African Liberation Education (3)

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel In this post-emancipation era, the world has become split into two different economic realities: Slavery-Wealth and Slavery Poverty…. otherwise known as First world and Third world…. otherwise known as The Developed World and The UNDER-Developed World… otherwise known to the wise as The Shameful and Unjust Results of The Great Robbery.Look at this picture below: It

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African Liberation Education (2)

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel “The events that transpired five thousand years ago, five years ago, or five minutes ago, have determined what will happen five minutes from now, five years from now, or five thousand years from now. All history is a current event.” -Dr. John Henrik Clarke -– That global experience that is commonly referred to as “history” effectively

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180 Years of Emancipation- Some Perspective

Submitted by Mohammed Degia On August 1, 1838, enslaved people across the British Caribbean gained their freedom. Contrary to what is often peddled about the singular role of abolitionists in ending transatlantic slavery, there were two main reasons for abolition- economic and rebellions. The British did not in some great moralistic and ethical wave bestow freedom upon the enslaved. The

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