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⁣ Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(3)
38:33
The Renaissance
13 Views · 8 days ago


Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(3)

This is the FE of our video series to show how the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices are trying to play their tricks on the Negroes seeking freedom in Biafra by using the individual with the nom de guerre, Simon Ekpa. As an agent of the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices, he is being used to divide and destroy the Freedom Struggle by the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) and their Leader Nnamdi Kanu
As at today, only the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices know the village of Simon Ekpa and no one is sure he is a Biafran but the slave master and his accomplices describe him as a Prince even when his father is not known. Interestingly, in defense of his well planned treachery, they claim he has to hide his village because he is afraid of some members of the IPOB leadership meaning that he is more afraid of Biafrans than of the slave masters’ Nigeria.
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Clarkson, T. (1830). Abolition of the African Slave-trade: By the British Parliament Abridged from Clarkson (Vol. 1)
Herskovits, M. J. (1941). The myth of the negro past.
Johnston, H. H., & Bartholomew, J. G. (1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.
N.A(1968) Nigerian-Biafran relief situation Hearing before the subcommittee on African Affairs of the committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate, Ninetieth Congress, Second Session
Estes, M. (1846). A Defence of Negro Slavery, as it Exists in the United States. Press of the" Alabama journal,".
Holcombe, W. H. (1861). Suggestions as to the Spiritual Philosophy of African Slavery: Addressed to the Members and Friends of the Church of the New Jerusalem. Mason brothers.

Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(2)
38:11
The Renaissance
9 Views · 18 days ago


Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(2)

This is the FE of our video series to show that the individual with the nom de guerre, Simon Ekpa is an agent of the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices being used to divide and destroy the Freedom Struggle by the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) and their Leader Nnamdi Kanu
We showed a video of where the advice for the slave master and his accomplices to bring a fifth columnist to destroy IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu and that fifth columnist goes by a nom de guerre, Simon Ekpa.
As at today, nobody knows the village of Simon Ekpa and no one is sure he is a Biafran but the slave master and his accomplices describe him as a Prince even when his father is not known.
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Hurd, W. (1799). A New Universal History of the Religious Rites, Ceremonies, and Customs of the Whole World: Or, A Complete and Impartial View of All the Religions in the Various Nations of the Universe: Both Antient and Modern, from the Creation Down to the Present Time... Designed to Form a Complete Family Library..

Herbermann, C. G. (Ed.). (1911). The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church (Vol. 12). Encyclopedia Press.
Burton, R. F. (1865). Wits and wisdom from West Africa, or a book of proverbial philosophy, idioms, enigmas, and laconisms.
Barringer, P. B. (1900). The American Negro, His Past and Future. Edwards & Broughton, Printers.
Richardson, S (et al) The Modern Part of an Universal History: From the Earliest Account of Time, Volume 16

⁣ Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(1A)
37:27
The Renaissance
6 Views · 25 days ago


Negro Freedom In Biafra, Religion and Simon Ekpa_FE(1A)

This is the FE of our video series to show that the individual with the nom de guerre, Simon Ekpa is an agent of the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices being used to divide and destroy the Freedom Struggle by the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) and their Leader Nnamdi Kanu
Simon Ekpa is being used in a manner similar to the case of Marcus Garvey and WEB Du Bois and the Universal Negro Improvement Association.
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REFERENCES‌ ‌
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1902). British Nigeria. Journal of the Royal African Society, 1(2), 160-173.
Jones, C. C. (1842). The religious instruction of the Negroes in the United States (No. 221). Createspace Independent Pub.
Herskovits, M. J. The Myth of the Negro Past.

The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1C)
34:08
The Renaissance
10 Views · 1 month ago


The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1C)

This is the FE of our response video to a comment we received from one of our previous videos examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve in the Bible and Alcoran of Mahomet. However, we received a comment from a descendant of the slave hunters suggesting that Simon Ekpa(fake name) an agent of the slave master to destroy IPOB could be genuinely fighting for Biafra freedom.
C. Ugomba wrote:
“I thought you were a neutral towards the leadership"crisis" in IPOB until I listened to this broadcast. You are obviously very biased and literally commending the misdemeanour of the corrupt principal officers in the movement.
IPOB is not a government body or represents Biafra government. Never! IPOB is one of the few agitation groups in Biafra land and do not own Biafrans or Biafra…”
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Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
Kumm, H. K. W(1907). The Sudan, a short compendium of facts and figures about the Land of Darkness
Garvey, A. J. (Ed.). (1967). The Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey: Africa for the Africans.
Blumhardt, C. F. (1799). Christian missions: or a manual of missionary geography and history: Edited by C. Barth. religions Tract Society.
Swan, C. A. (1909). The Slavery of To-day: Or, The Present Position of the Open Sore of Africa.

⁣The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1B)
33:58
The Renaissance
8 Views · 1 month ago

⁣The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1B)

This is the FE of our response video to a comment we received from one of our previous videos examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve in the Bible and Alcoran of Mahomet.

Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome constructive and objective criticisms. For those that have supported us, we say thank youYou are welcome to support us at https://www.paypal.me/OurRenaissance https://bit.ly/2OxCtF8 or at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissanceFor those that have supported us, we say thank youJoin this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channe....l/UCN-27KpzgFhJNAPa5 ‌ ‌ ‌REFERENCES‌ ‌Thomas, W. H. (1901). The American Negro: what he was, what he is, and what he may become; a critical and practical discussion. Macmillan.Du Ryer, A. (1649). L'Alcoran de Mahomet.Collins, D. (1803). Practical rules for the management and medical treatment of Negro slaves in the sugar colonies. In Practical rules for the management and medical treatment of negro slaves in the sugar colonies.Jones, C. C. (1842). The religious instruction of the Negroes in the United States (No. 221)

⁣The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1A)
36:43
The Renaissance
8 Views · 1 month ago

⁣The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1A)


This is the FE of our response video to a comment we received from one of our previous videos examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve in the Bible and Alcoran of Mahomet. The response video shows how the slave hunters see conquest as being superior.

Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome constructive and objective criticisms. For those that have supported us, we say thank youYou are welcome to support us at https://www.paypal.me/OurRenaissance https://bit.ly/2OxCtF8 or at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissanceFor those that have supported us, we say thank you

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REFERENCES

Du Ryer, A. (1649). L'Alcoran de Mahomet.

Johnston, H. H(1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.

Davie, M. R. (1949). Negroes in American society. McGraw-Hill.

N.A(1856) The Church Missionary Gleaner

Hill, P. G. (1844). Fifty Days on Board a Slave-vessel in the Mozambique Channel, in April and May, 1843. J. Winchester.

Lugard, F. J. D. (1922). The dual mandate in British tropical Africa.

The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes_FE(2)
31:20
The Renaissance
16 Views · 2 months ago


The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes_FE(2)

This is the FE of our second iteration of the video series examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve. The video showed that the painful childbirth did not apply to Negro women until the slave master brought it with Christianity.

We also issued an apology on the case of Simon Ekpaas an agent of the Slave master and working to do to IPOB what the slave master did to the Universal Negro Improvement Association of Marcus Garvey through W.E.B Du Bois.
Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome constructive and objective criticisms.

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REFERENCES‌ ‌
Du Ryer, A. (1649). L'Alcoran de Mahomet.
Leitner, G. W. (1889). Muhammadanism: Being the Report of an Extempore Address Delivered at South Place Chapel, Finsbury, on Sunday Afternoon, January 6th, 1889. Oriental nobility institute.
N.A(1817) Atheneum or spirit of the English Magazines comprehending Vol 1
Cobb, T. R. R. (1858). An Historical Sketch of Slavery: From the Earliest Period (No. 110). Scholarly Press.
Metcalf, A. S(ed) (1888) Forum Volume 6
Tisdall, W. S. C. (1911). The original sources of the Qur'an. Society for promoting Christian knowledge.
Johnston, H. H(1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.

The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes_FE(1)
41:29
The Renaissance
12 Views · 2 months ago


The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes_FE(1)

This is the FE of our video examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve. The video showed that the painful childbirth did not apply to Negro women until the slave master brought it with Christianity.

We also issued an apology on the case of Simon Ekpaas an agent of the Slave master and working to do to IPOB what the slave master did to the Universal Negro Improvement Association of Marcus Garvey through W.E.B Du Bois.
Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome constructive and objective criticisms.

For those that have supported us, we say thank you
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REFERENCES‌ ‌
Kingsley, M. H. B. (1899). West African Studies.
Morrisey, R. A. (1915). Bible History of the Negro. National Baptist Publishing Board.
Prideaux, H. 1697. The True Nature of Imposture Fully Displayed in the Life of Mahomet. With a Discourse annexed, for the Vindication of Christianity from this Charge: Offered to the Consideration of the De-ists of the Present Age.
Jones, C. C. (1842). The religious instruction of the Negroes in the United States
Morris, J(1880) The New Nation Vol I

The Slave Masters’ Mind and the Law For Negroes_FE(1)
52:19
The Renaissance
8 Views · 2 months ago


The Slave Masters’ Mind and the Law For Negroes_FE(1)

This is the FE of our video examining the mind of the slave master and how he uses his laws to enslave the Negroes and others. However, it also looks at the slave master playing trick to the same one he played against Marcus Garvey against Nnamdi Kanu and the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) and using a man with a fake name called Simon Ekpa

The video further shows that Simon Ekpa is an agent of the Slave master and working to do to IPOB what the slave master did to the Universal Negro Improvement Association of Marcus Garvey.
Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome constructive and objective criticisms.

For those that have supported us, we say thank you
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REFERENCES‌ ‌

Clarkson, T. (1830). Abolition of the African Slave-trade: By the British Parliament (Vol. 1).
N.A(1903) Colonial Reports-Annual, Northern Nigeria, Report for 1902
Herskovits, M. J. (1941). The myth of the Negro past.
Reclus, E. (1871). The Earth, a Descriptive History of the Phenomena of the Life of the Globe
Campbell, J. (1851). Negro-mania: Being an Examination of the Falsely Assumed Equality of the Various Races of Men; Demonstrated by the Investigations of Champollion, Wilkinson [and Others] Together with a Concluding Chapter, Presenting a Comparative Statement of the Condition of the Negroes in the West Indies Before and Since Emancipation. Campbell & Power.
Van Evrie, J. H. (1861). Negroes and Negro" slavery:": The First an Inferior Race; the Latter Its Normal Condition. Van Evrie, Horton & Company.

Why the world is united against Biafra/Ambazonia Freedom_FE(1)
1:16:03
The Renaissance
12 Views · 2 months ago


Why the world is united against Biafra/Ambazonia Freedom_FE(1)

This is the FE of our video examining why the rest of the world are united against the freedom struggle of Negroes in Biafra and Ambazonia. The video showed that the root of the conspiracy dates back to the slave trade.

The video aims to show how Simon Ekpa is clearly a saboteur of the Biafra Freedom Struggle along with people like Nelly Ofoegbu and Rita Eze aka Madam Oyibo.Simon Ekpa’s work in pulling down Nnamdi Kanu’s efforts to get Biafra freedom clearly shows why the slave master believes that Negros are not human. The mental state of the slave is also shown as a key factor in the slave masters ability to enslave the Negroes.
Please watch the video and remember to leave comments especially where you disagree. We welcome criticisms.

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Woodson, C. G. (1933). The Mis-Education of the Negro.
Brown, W. W. Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave: Written by Himself.
Roberts, J. J. (1869). African Colonization: An Address Delivered at the Fifty-second Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society, Held in Washington, DC, January 19, 1869. A Branch Office of the American Colonization Society.
Blake, W. O. (1860). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern. H. Miller.
Ross, A. (1696). Pansebeia: Or, a View of All Religions in the World: with the Several Church-governments from the Creation, Till These Times. Also Discovery of All Known Heresies in All Ages and Places: and Choise Observations and Reflections Throughout the Whole... By Alexander Ross. To which is Annexed, the Lives, Actions, and Ends of Certain Notorious Hereticks. With Their Effigies in Copper-plates. John Williams, at the sign of crown, in St. Paul's Church-yard.
Moll, H. (1711). Atlas Geographus; Or, A Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern: Containing what is of Most Use in Bleau, Varenius, Cellarius, Cluverius, Baudrand, Brietius, Sanson, &c. With the Discoveries and Improvements of the Best Modern Authors to this Time. Illustrated with about 100 New Maps, Done from the Latest Observations. John Nutt.
Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
N.A/American Colonization Society(1887)
Hodgson, W. B., & Markoe, F. (1843). Foulahs of Central Africa and the African slave trade.
Higgins, G. (1896). Apology for the Life and Character of the Celebrated Prophet of Arabia, Called Mahomet, the Illustrious. P. Eckler.
Alexander, A. (1846). A history of colonization on the western coast of Africa. WS Martien.




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