Education

Education, Seasoning and Conditioning for Negroes_FE(1)
31:58
The Renaissance
21 Views · 5 months ago


Education, Seasoning and Conditioning for Negroes_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the Education, Seasoning and Conditioning for Negroe(1) . The video is to show that there is nothing the slave master brought to the Negroes that was not designed to enslave them either mentally or physically. It shows how the education of Negroes is simply conditioning.
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REFERENCES
Clarkson, T. (1839). History of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave trade by the British parliament.
Ramsay, J. (1784). An Inquiry into the Effects of Putting a Stop to the African Slave Trade... J. Phillips.
Law, R. (1991). The Slave Coast of West Africa, 1550-1750: the impact of the Atlantic slave trade on an African society. Oxford University Press.
Kingsley, M. H. B. (1899). West African Studies.
Ellis, A. B. (1894). The Yoruba-speaking peoples of the Slave Coast of West Africa: Their religion, manners, customs, laws, language, etc. With an appendix containing a comparison of the Tshi, Gã, Ew̓e, and Yoruba languages. Chapman and Hall.
Lake, E. J. (1879). The Church Missionary atlas: Containing an account of the various countries in which the Church Missionary Society labours, and of its missionary operations.
Matlack, L. C. (1881). The antislavery struggle and triumph in the Methodist Episcopal Church (No. 96). Phillips & Hunt.
Great Britain. Parliament. (1834). The Debates in Parliament, Session 1833-on the Resolutions and Bill for the Aboliton of Slavery in the British Colonies: With a Copy of the Act of Parliament.
Sharp, G. (1769). Extract from A Representation of the Injustice and Dangerous Tendency of Tolerating Slavery: Or Admitting the Least Claim of Private Property in the Persons of Men in England. Joseph Crukshank, in Third-street, opposite the Work-house.

The slave trade Institutionalized for Negroes-A reply_LE(1)
30:22
The Renaissance
18 Views · 6 months ago


The slave trade Institutionalized for Negroes-A reply_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our response video on a comment we received from the slave trade institutionalized for Negroes Part 1 . The comment tried to defend the slave masters propagandist called Dane Calloway being used to replay the slave masters age long game of changing the Negro identity every few years. Recall that the slave master had changed from Ethiopia to Negroes and then black and in 1988 changed to Africans and African Americans and today trying to change their identity again using a mulatto going by the name Dane Calloway and an Indian named Kurimeo Ahau.
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REFERENCES
Wheatley, P. (1773). Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral.
Swann, A. J. (1910). Fighting slave-hunters in Central Africa: a record of 26 years of travel and adventure round the great lakes and of the overthrow of Tip-Pu-Tib, Rumaliza and other great slave-traders. Cass library of African studies/Missionary researches and travels,
Equiano, O. (1791). Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
Cugoano, O. (1787). Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species.
MacQueen, J. (1840). A geographical survey of Africa: its rivers, lakes, mountains, productions, states, populations, &c. with a map of an entirely new construction, to which is prefixed a letter to Lord John Russell regarding the slave trade and the improvement of Africa.
Johnson, E. A. (1893). A School History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1890: With a Short Introduction as to the Origin of the Race; Also a Short Sketch of Liberia. Sherman & Company, Printers.

The slave trade Institutionalized_FE(1)
31:45
The Renaissance
31 Views · 6 months ago


This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the slave trade institutionalized Part 1 . The video is to show how all institutions are created by the slave master along the lines of the slave trade and the slave masters belief that Negroes were created to be slave forever. It highlights hoe the slave master uses Negroes to fight against themselves like the case of Marcus Garvey and WEB Du Bois and today like Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB and Simon Ekpa who is the slave masters agent working to destroy IPOB and the agitation for freedom of Negroes in Biafra.
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REFERENCES
Shufeldt, R. W. (1907). The Negro a menace to American civilization. RG Badger.
Du Bois, WEB (1924) The Crisis Vol 28 No. 1 Whole No 163
Ramsay, J. (1788). Examination of the Rev. Mr. Harris's Scriptural Researches on the Licitness of the Slave Trade. J. Phillips.
Canot, T., & Mayer, B. (1854). Captain Canot: Or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver. D. Appleton.
Ross, A. M. (1876). Recollections and Experiences of an Abolitionist: From 1855 to 1865. Rowsell & Hutchison.
Bowen, J. W. E. (Ed.). (1896). Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa. Mnemosyne Pub. Incorporated.
Swann, A. J. (1910). Fighting slave-hunters in Central Africa: a record of 26 years of travel and adventure round the great lakes and of the overthrow of Tip-Pu-Tib, Rumaliza and other great slave-traders. Cass library of African studies/Missionary researches and travels,

Biafra Freedom and the slave trade- A Reply_FE(1)
32:18
The Renaissance
27 Views · 6 months ago


Biafra Freedom and the slave trade- A Reply_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the Biafra freedom and the slave trade a reply. The video is actually a response video to a comment we received from our previous video.
@sano1062
• 6 days ago (edited)
Dane Calloway says the slave trade did in fact take place but in the opposite direction than what the colonizers teach. It was from the Americas to the Caribbean, Europe and Afrika. So Afrikans weren`t brought to the Americas it was the reverse American Indian Prisoners of War were taken to the Caribbean, Europe and Afrika. Some of these same enslaved indians were brought back to America labeled as Afrikans. If you want to know which Anglo-Indian Wars? I'm speaking of the "Pequot and Kings Phillips" Wars of the 1670s. It is a historical fact that Indian Prisioners of War were sold as slaves in the Caribbean and beyond from those Anglo-Indian conflicts.
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REFERENCES
Bartlett, J. R. (Ed.). (1863). Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, in New England: 1776-1779(Vol. 8).
Hall, F. (1818). Travels in Canada, and the United States, in 1816 and 1817. Re-published from the London edition by Wells and Lilly.
Slavery, N. (1823). or, a view of some of the more prominent features of that state of society as it exists in the United States of America and in the colonies of the West Indies, especially in Jamaica.
Heston, A. M. (1903). Story of the Slave: Paper Read Before the Monmouth Colony Historical Association on October 30th, 1902. S. Chew & Sons Company.
Beaumont, A. H. (1826). Compensation to Slave Owners fairly considered.. Effingham Wilson.
Equiano, O. (1794). Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
Zitkala-Ša (1921). American Indian stories, legends
Clark, R. W. (1860). The African slave trade. American Tract Society.
Wilbur, H. W. (2011). President Lincoln's Attitude Towards Slavery and Emancipation.
Lawrence, J. (1854). The Slavery Question. order of the trustees of the conference printing establishment of the United Brethren in Christ, Vonnieda & Kumler, agents.
Shufeldt, R. W. (1907). The Negro a menace to American civilization. RG Badger.

Biafra Freedom and the Autopilot Subterfuge A Reply  _FE(6)
31:43
The Renaissance
53 Views · 6 months ago


Biafra Freedom and the Autopilot Subterfuge A Reply _FE(6)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the Biafra freedom and the Autopilot Subterfuge, a reply. The video is actually a response video to a comment we received from our previous video.
The comment is from one okoyeokwy7712 that says
Stop callin Mazi ekpa and focus on ur historic slave masters nd negro . Like u said Mazi 3kpa has been doin same thing he is doin today on air ever since long ago b4 MNK was Abducted . It appears that MNK was sold out to Zoo govt through someone closed to hom whom he went to pick at kenya airport wt every trust and on his arrivin there here comes the person dn zoo DSS. Which everyone suspect Ejiofor nd co.
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REFERENCES
Brown, R. (1907). The story of Africa and its explorers (Vol. 4). Cassell.
Hayford, J. C. (1911). Ethiopia unbound: Studies in race emancipation. Routledge.
Morse, J. (1812). The American Universal Geography: Or, A View of the Present State of All the Kingdoms, States, and Colonies in the Known World.. (Vol. 1).
Rees, A. (1819).The Cyclopedia or Universal Dictionary of the Arts. Sciences and Literature, Vol(iv).
Field, H. M., & Ingersoll, R. G. (1888). Faith or agnosticism: the Field-Ingersoll discussion. American Atheist Press.

Biafra Freedom and the Slave trade _FE(6)
27:26
The Renaissance
34 Views · 6 months ago


Biafra Freedom and the Slave trade _FE(6)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the Biafra freedom and the slave trade. However, this video is concentrated more on the agent provocateur against Biafra freedom called Simon Ekpa recruited by the slave master and his accomplices to sabotage the Biafra freedom struggle.
Please note that the plan of the slave master with Simon Ekpa is to get him endeared to the Negroes in Biafra and then kill Nnamdi Kanu and start killing innocent people in Biafra land and put the killing on IPOB responding to the death of their leader.
We chose this title to reduce trolls and unwanted viewership from the slave hunters.
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REFERENCES
Christy, D(1849) A Lecture on African Colonization: Including a Brief Outline of the Slave Trade, Emancipation, the Relation of the Republic of Liberia to England, & Etc. Delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives of the State of Ohio
Morse, J. (1812). The American Universal Geography: Or, A View of the Present State of All the Kingdoms, States, and Colonies in the Known World.. (Vol. 1). Thomas & Andrews.
Rees, A. (1819).The Cyclopedia or Universal Dictionary of the Arts. Sciences and Literature, Vol(iv).

Conspiracy against Negroes in Biafra_FE(1)
27:42
The Renaissance
46 Views · 7 months ago


Conspiracy against Negroes in Biafra_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the conspiracy against the Negroes in Biafra. Recall that the Bight of Biafra was notorious for export of Negro slaves by the slave master and his accomplices during the slave trade. Nnamdi Kanu sought the freedom of Biafra and was kidnapped by the slave master and his accomplices and kept in solitary confinement for over two years now. However, recently the slave master and his accomplices started projecting their agent Simon Ekpa which suggests they may have killed Nnamdi Kanu and looking for a way to stop the sit at home called by the IPOB leadership until he is released.
Please watch the video and note that whatever speculation or predictions we make are based on the history of the slave master and his accomplices as in human, bloodthirsty and murderous because they do not consider the Negroes as human.
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REFERENCES
Basden, G. T. (2013). Among the Ibos of Nigeria: 1912. Routledge.
Bleeker, S.(1968). The Ibo of Biafra.
Nott, S. (1857). Slavery and the Remedy: Or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code.
Smith, W. (1774). A New Voyage to Guinea (No. 22). Psychology Press.
Hazzledine, G. D. (1904). The white man in Nigeria. E. Arnold.
Carroll, C. (1900). The Negro a beast.

Simon Ekpa as a saboteur of Biafra Freedom and Nnamdi Kanu_FE(1)
34:43
The Renaissance
29 Views · 7 months ago


Simon Ekpa as a saboteur of Biafra Freedom and Nnamdi Kanu_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on Simon Ekpa as a saboteur of the Biafra Freedom Struggle and Nnamdi Kanu. . Simon Ekpa is being positioned by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices to be like the politicians. Do you wonder why the Governors and Presidents all behave alike? If yes, then this video helps you understand how the slave master is playing the same game with Simon Ekpa.
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The Golden Calf Code for Negroes_FE(2)
30:34
The Renaissance
23 Views · 7 months ago


The Golden Calf Code for Negroes_FE(2)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on The Golden Calf Code for Negroes which exposes how the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices deploy the Golden calf code against the Negroes. It also examines Simon Ekpa as a Golden Calf of Nnamdi Kanu and the Biafra struggle. Do not forget that One Nigeria is Islami Jihad deployed subtly and sponsored by the British.
If you have watched a video that suggests that Simon Ekpa is being discriminated against because he is from Ebonyi state and observe that whoever made the video is a pro one Nigerianist propagandist who claimed that Ojukwu started Biafra albeit falsely. Also remember that Ebonyi was created by the British and Fulani and has nothing to do with criminal Simon Ekpa who was hired to infiltrate and destroy IPOB.
Please watch the video and let us know what you think.
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⁣ One Nigeria and Colonial Boundaries for Negroes_FE(1)
28:29
The Renaissance
14 Views · 8 months ago


One Nigeria and Colonial Boundaries for Negroes_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video on One Nigeria and Colonial Boundaries for Negroes which examines how the slave master redesigned the slave trade and continues to subjugate Negroes till today..
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