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The Conspiracy Against the  Negroes_FE(2)
57:39
The Renaissance
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The Conspiracy Against the Negroes_FE(2)
In this video, we continue to examine how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are working to enslave the Negroes and as they say, forever.
The current so called Climate Change which manifested in the slave hunters of old Massacring Negro communities in what was Negroland and West and Central Africa today is also exmined and the history presented. The relationship between Biafra, Ambazonia and the slave trade with the Covid-19 lock down of last year was also examined.
Full video is available on Patreon and at Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
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REFERENCES
Boisragon, A. M. (1897). The Benin Massacre. Methuen.
Jerome, D. (1901). The Negro Races: a Sociological Study. Vol 1
Adams, T. M. (1788). A Cool Address to the People of England on the Slave Trade. R. Faulder and J. Stockdale.
Fox, W. (1791). An Address to the People of Great Britain: On the Utility of Refraining from the Use of West India Sugar and Rum.;[Eight Lines from Cowper]. M. Gurney, no. 128, Holborn-Hill, C. Forster, no. 41, Poultry, and W. Darton and Company no. 55, Gracechurch-Street..
Harrison, H. H. (1917). The Negro and the Nation. Cosmo-advocate Publishing Company.
Moton, R. R. (1929). What the negro thinks.

⁣ The Conspiracy Against the  Negroes_FE(1)
59:46
The Renaissance
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The Conspiracy Against the Negroes_FE(1)
In this video, we are trying to examine how the Slave masters and their slave hunting partners are still working together against the Negroes today. We tried to use the case of Biafra to show that the slave master and the slave hunters are still working together against the Negroes
The current so called Climate Change which manifested in the slave hunters of old Massacring Negro communities in what was Negroland and West and Central Africa today is also exmined and the history presented. The relationship between Biafra, Ambazonia and the slave trade with the Covid-19 lock down of last year was also examined.
Full video is available on Patreon and at Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
For those that have supported us, we say thank you
You are welcome to support us at https://www.paypal.me/OurRenaissance https://bit.ly/2OxCtF8 or at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissance
For those that have supported us, we say thank you
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We do not hold the copyright to these videos but use them based on fair use.
REFERENCES
Pinnock, J. (1897). Benin: The Surrounding Country, Inhabitants, Customs, and Trade. Journal of Commerce.
Bacon, R. (1897). Benin: The city of blood. Arnold.
Blake, W. O. (1860). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern. H. Miller.
Jerome, D. (1901). The Negro Races: a Sociological Study. Vol 1
Shaw, F. L. (1905). A Tropical Dependency: An Outline of the Ancient History of the Western Soudan with an Account of the Modern Settlement of Northern Nigeria. J. Nisbet & Company, Limited.
Cardinal, A. W. (1921). The Natives of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast.
Robbins, A. (1818). A Journal Comprising an Account of the Loss of the Brig Commerce of Hartford, Connecticut….
Brackett, J. R. (1889). The Negro in Maryland: A study of the institution of slavery. Baltimore, Md.: N. Murray, publication agent, Johns Hopkins University.
CIA(1966) United Arab Republic(EGYPT)
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.

1956/1957 Debate with lessons for Negroes_FE(2)
51:36
The Renaissance
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We do not own the copyright of these videos but they help us understand who the Negroes are.
This is a high school debate in 1956/57 that helps us to understand the Negroes and how Colonialism and Slave trade destroyed them. In this high school debate between students from the Gold Coast, South African, Nigeria and Ethiopia it shows that the Ethiopians were not Negroes. It also shows that even the Gold Coast and Northern Nigerians had biases against Negroes.
This should help all of us understand, that the deception of
We are all Africans we hear today
We are all black people
We are all Nigerians and so on.
We want you to use the debate to understand the cases of Biafra and Ambazonia and that forced Unity in Either Nigeria or Cameroon is purely the slave trade in disguise.
We are all blacks
It also helps to debunk the shameful aborigine Narrative of Dane Calloway and Kurimeo Ahau.
The modern day Ethiopian also repeated that he is NOT a Negro and even the girl from the Gold Coast considered them(Negroes) inferior.
We also see a Governor in what is River State in Nigeria today deny his identity the same way the Ethiopian was because the British/Arab(Fulani) Conquest and Jihad is being applied on them.
This should also help us understand why the slave master changes the identity of Negroes every now and then. In the 50’s even other Africans were against Negroes.In the debate please try to examine the so-called Farmer-Herders clash in West Africa today with the propositions of those from South Africa.
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REFERENCES
DE RYER, S(1806) The Koran commonly called the Alcoran of Mahomet
Basden, G. T. (1921). Among the Ibos of Nigeria 1912: 1912. Routledge.
Falconbridge, A. (1788). An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa, by Alexander Falconbridge. James Phillips.
Carroll, C. (1900). The Negro a beast. Ayer.
N.A.. (1789). The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments
Thomas, N. W. (1914). Anthropological Report on the Ibo-speaking Peoples of Nigeria: Law and Custom of the Ibo of the Asaba District S. Nigeria Part IV.
Cowley, M. (1928). Adventures of an African Slaver. Garden City Publishing Company.
Claridge, W. W. (1915). A History of the Gold Coast and Ashanti from the Earliest Times to the Commencement of the Twentieth Century (Vol. 2). J. Murray.
Hutchinson, T. J. (1861). Ten years' wanderings among the Ethiopians. Hurst and Blackett.
Bacon, R. (1897). Benin: The city of blood. Arnold.
Jacobs, D. (1987). The brutality of nations. Alfred a Knopf Incorporated.

1956/1957 Debate with lessons for Negroes(1)
55:45
The Renaissance
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1956/1957 Debate with lessons for Negroes(1)
We do not own the copyright of these videos but they help us understand who the Negroes are.
This is a high school debate in 1956/57 that helps us to understand the Negroes and how Colonialism and Slave trade destroyed them. In this high school debate between students from the Gold Coast, South African, Nigeria and Ethiopia it shows that the Ethiopians were not Negroes. It also shows that even the Gold Coast and Northern Nigerians had biases against Negroes.
This should help all of us understand, that the deception of
We are all Africans we hear today
We are all black people
We are all Nigerians and so on.
We want you to use the debate to understand the cases of Biafra and Ambazonia and that forced Unity in Either Nigeria or Cameroon is purely the slave trade in disguise.
We are all blacks
It also helps to debunk the shameful aborigine Narrative of Dane Calloway and Kurimeo Ahau.
The modern daye Ethiopian also repeated that he is NOT a Negro and even the girl from the Gold Coast considered them(Negroes) inferior.
This should also help us understand why the slave master changes the identity of Negroes every now and then. In the 50’s even other Africans were against Negroes.In the debate please try to examine the so-called Farmer-Herders clash in West Africa today with the propositions of those from South Africa.
We shall analyze the Video in future.
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Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-FE(2)
1:14:21
The Renaissance
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Slavery and Institutions for Negroes- is the Full version of our series that seeks to show the relationship between Negro Slavery and the institutions established in what was Negroland and Guinea. This video goes on to show how the slave master and his slave hunting partners worked together especially during the lockdown to plant his foot soldiers in the Southern part of Nigeria.
The Full Version of this video will be available on Patreon and on Odysee.com, Crystalviews.net, and Rumble.com
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REFERENCES‌ ‌
Du Bois, W. E. B. (1904). The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade to the United States of America (The Oxford WEB Du Bois). Oxford University Press.
Thomas, N. W. (1913). Anthropological Report on the Ibo-speaking Peoples of Nigeria: Part 1. Law and Custom of the Ibo of the Awka Neighbourhood S. Nigeria Harrison and Sons.
Alexander, A. (1846). A History of Colonization on the Western Coast of Africa. WS Martien.
Johnston, H. H., & Bartholomew, J. G. (1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.
Harris, N. D., & Shotwell, J. T. (1914). World Diplomacy: Intervention and Colonization in Africa. Houghton Mifflin.

⁣ Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-A Reply_LE(1)
36:31
The Renaissance
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Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-A Reply_LE(1)

Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-A Reply is the limited version of our series that seeks to show the relationship between Negro Slavery and the institutions established in what was Negroland and Guinea. It also further seeks to expose who and who were behind the slave trade and how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are still working together today.
The Full Version of this video will be available on Patreon and on Odysee.com, Crystalviews.net, and Rumble.com
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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. (1792). The Debate on a Motion for the Abolition of the Slave-trade, in the House of Commons on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791, Reported in Detail. James Phillips.
Forbes, F. F(1851) Dahomey and the Dahomians
Saint-Rémy, J. (1850). Vie de Toussaint-L'Ouverture. Moquet, Librairie-editeur.
Prescott, J. H(1857) The American Encyclopedia of History
Cunningham, J. (1868). The Quakers from Their Origin Till the Present Time: An International History. John Menzies & Company.

The Negro and the law -FE(3)
1:30:59
The Renaissance
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The Negro and the law -FE(3)



The video The Negro and the law (3) is the Full version of our series that seeks to show that one of the biggest instruments of Negro slavery is the law. It examines how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are usually above the law and the code of Moses Smashing the Commandment Tablets are indicative of “breaking the law”
This video also tries to show the relationship between what is happening in Biafra and Ambazonia today and the slave trade. It also shows how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are still working together against the Negroes. It also shows how the British hides behind their slave hunting partners to create a war and hide behind them to unleash terror and mayhem on Negroes.

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Stewart, J. J. (1960). Mormonism and the Negro (Orem, Utah.
Lincoln, A. (1879). the Abolition of Slavery in the United States. Charles Godfrey Leland.
West, R. (1968, April 1). Priest, Agent Head Crusade for Biafra. The Los Angeles Times.
Frederick, F. (1968, May 21). Nigeria Biafrans Face Genocide in Savage Civil war. Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta Canada).
Kirk-Greene, A. H. M. (1971). Crisis and conflict in Nigeria: a documentary sourcebook (Vol. 2). Oxford University Press.
Hunt, J. (1863). On the Negro's place in nature. Trübner, for the Anthropological Society.
Metz, H. C. (1992). Nigeria, a country study. Headquarters, Dept. of the Army.
Walker, J. B. (1912). An Unsinkable Titanic: Every Ship Its Own Lifeboat.
Shaw, F. L. (1905). A Tropical Dependency: An Outline of the Ancient History of the Western Soudan with an Account of the Modern Settlement of Northern Nigeria. J. Nisbet & Company, Limited.
CARROLL, CHAS. "THE NEGRO A BEAST."

⁣ The Negro and the law -FE(2)
1:23:46
The Renaissance
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The Negro and the law -FE(2)

The video The Negro and the law (2) is the Full version of our series that seeks to show that one of the biggest instruments of Negro slavery is the law. It examines how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are usually above the law and the code of Moses Smashing the Commandment Tablets are indicative of “breaking the law”
This video gives some clues about why they ganged up against Trump and how the slave master is facilitating and sponsoring the Fulani jihad in Nigeria and Cameroon(Southern Nigeria and Southern Cameroon of Biafra and Ambazonia). The video also examines the motive behind the slave master use of the aborigine wannabes like Dane Calloway to deny the slave trade.
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Ross, A., & Du Ryer, A. The Alcoran of Mahomet.
Stewart, C. S. (1856). Brazil and La Plata, the personal record of a cruise.
Moister, W(1851) Africa, Past and Present, A Concise Account
Conrad, E. (1942). Harriet Tubman, Negro Soldier and Abolitionist. International Publishers.
Simnett W.E. (N.D). The British Colonial Empire.
Cecil R.(1850) The life of the Rev. John Newton, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London
Robinson, C. H. (1900). Nigeria: our latest protectorate. H. Marshall and Son.
N.D The Quran Oxford’s World Classics
Donnan, E. (1930). Documents Illustrative of the History of the Slave Trade to America: The eighteenth century. Carnegie institution of Washington.
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Lugard, B. F. J. D. (1922). The dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Loguen, J. W. (1859). The Rev. JW Loguen, as a Slave and as a Freeman: A Narrative of Real Life. JGK Truair & Company.
Burn, A.C(1922) The Nigeria handbook
Farquhar, R. T. (1807). Suggestions Arising from the Abolition of the African Slave Trade for Supplying the Demands of the West India Colonies with Agricultural Labourers (Vol. 68, No. 5). John Stockdale.

The Negro and the law -FE(1)
1:23:16
The Renaissance
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The Negro and the law -FE(1)

The video The Negro and the law (1) is a series that seeks to show that one of the biggest instruments of Negro slavery is the law. It examines how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are usually above the law and the code of Moses Smashing the Commandment Tablets are indicative of “breaking the law”
This video examines some of the reasons why they ganged up against Donald Trump the same way they did to Abraham Lincoln over the emancipation proclamation. It also examined the response of the descendants of the slave hunters in a place like Nigeria to the removal of Trump who refused to sell them weapons to kill innocent people and the new US president who they are sure will sponsor their Jihad and terror on Negroes.
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N.A(1807) Select parts of the Holy Bible for the use of the Negro Slaves in the British West-India Islands
Boston Female Anti-slavery Society (1836) Annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society
Catterall, H. L(1926). Judicial Cases concerning American Slavery and the Negro.
N.A(1606) The Bible
N.A(1611) The Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament and the New
Hargrave, F. (1772). An Argument in the Case of James Sommersett.…. London: Ortridge.
George Frederick Zook. (1919). The Company of Royal Adventurers Trading Into Africa. Press of the New Era Printing Company.
New-England Anti-Slavery Society(1833) The Abolitionist

The Negro and the law -A Reply_FE(12)
1:02:19
The Renaissance
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The Negro and the law -A Reply_FE(12)



The video The Negro and the law -A Reply_12) is a continuation of our response video to questions we got about the group Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB), its leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and the Biafra freedom Struggle. Normally we do not make videos about modern issues but those that relate to the slave trade. However, Biafra, Ambazonia, Nigeria and Cameroon are all products of the slave trade hence we are providing a part response to Question 5
This video examines some of the reasons why they ganged up against Donald Trump same way they did to Abraham Lincoln over the emancipation proclamation. It also examined the response of the descendants of the slave hunters in a place like Nigeria to the removal of Trump who refused to sell them weapons to kill innocent people and the new US president who they are sure will sponsor their Jihad and terror on Negroes.
Garry j • 3 days ago (edited)
Hi @TheRenaissance. You are doing a great job. However, I have some questions about Nnamdi Kanu. If you could help me shed some light on them I would be grateful.
1. Why is Nnamdi Kanu always proudly brandishing the Israeli flag wherever he goes. When we all know the history of this so called Isreal.
2.Why does he want to convert the Igbos to Judaism. A religion that any enlightened African knows is that of the "Slave masters". I mean... He openly prays to the God of the Hebrews "Elohim" and wears the Kippah, Tallit and Teffilin. So there's no doubt about his faith. He's ancestors had nothing to do with that crap. So...... What gives?
3. If he is aware of reality/truth, then why is he running to the U.N for referendum when we all know that the U.N and other institutions like the I.M.F and A.U were all created to subjugate the African continent. Isn't that running to your captors for safety, or is he working for them?
4. Why does he not partner with the members of the L.N.C in their plan to abolish the 1999 constitution which has held the citizens of Nigeria to ransom and slavery and join their plan to partner with the S.W, S.S, and middle belt once it's abolished to break out from Nigeria (the right way/not by violence or war). Instead he wants to instigate a war with Nigeria who is supported by all the foreign powers that be and lead the Igbos into another genocide or this time extinction. Is he acting as an agent to incite the spark of this genocide?
5. With all the followers he has and thousands of dollars in donations he has accumulated over the years, why does he not try to build Igbo land from within. At least if Nnamdi Kanu/Ipob create projects to build either a school, a hospital, support agriculture or you know.... anything at least, would that be so bad? Instead of sending the youths to their early death by fuelling an unnecessary agitation.
Thank you sir. Hoping for your clarifications
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Ekpo, Charles & Cletus, Agorye. (2019). THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF BIAFRA (IPOB) AND THE SETTING OF THE "JUBRIL AL-SUDANI" AGENDA: A QUALITATIVE REVIEW OF A FAILED SECURITIZATION MOVE. 1-17.
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