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Colonialism and Colonial Boundaries for Negroes FE(1)
1:23:52
The Renaissance
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Colonialism and Colonial Boundaries for Negroes FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video on colonial boundaries and colonialism, Colonialism . The Slave Master was forced by the abolitionists and Quakers to stop the evil slave trade. However the slave masters’ greed and lack of humanity made him to accept colonization as a replacement for the slave trade. Colonialism metamorphosed to Neo-colonialism and the slave master is still in charge of those countries unfortunately through their slave hunting accomplices..
It also shows how the British and their slave hunting accomplices still work together today against the Negroes in both Biafra and Ambazonia.
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REFERENCES
Marwick, W. (1897). William and Louisa Anderson: A Record of Their Life and Work in Jamaica and Old Calabar. Andrew Elliot.
N.A(1940) The Fatherland Volume III August, 1915-February, 1916
Bleeker, S. (1969). The Ibo of Biafra. Morrow.
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.
Lang, J. (1910). The Land of the Golden Trade (West Africa).
Koehler, H. (1940). Inside the Gestapo.
Newton, J. (1788). Thoughts upon the African Slave Trade.
M'Queen, J. (1840). A Geographical Survey of Africa: Its Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Productions, States, Population, Etc: With a Map on an Entirely New Construction to which is Prefixed a Letter to Lord John Russell Regarding the Slave Trade and the Improvement of Africa:
Goldie, H. (1890). Calabar and Its Mission. Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier.
Moll, H. (1712). A Map of New France Containing Canada, Louisiana & c. in Nth. America.
Koehler, H. (1940). Inside the Gestapo.

The Mind of the slave and the Master_A Reply FE(1)
1:27:53
The Renaissance
5 Views · 12 days ago


The Mind of the slave and the Master_A Reply FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our response video, The Mind of the slave and Master which examines the mind of the slave and that of the Master and why the slaves mind, makes them amenable to slavery. It also examined the governments in Africa especially West and Central Africa and how they work with the European slave masters.
It also shows why the descendants of the slave hunters who are out in power by the slave masters do not care about the electorates because they know that the votes do not count.
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube for Channel members
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REFERENCES
Bleeker, S. (1969). The Ibo of Biafra. Morrow.
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1902). British Nigeria. Journal of the Royal African Society, 1(2), 160-173.
Fraser, J. F. (1909). Quaint subjects of the king. Cassell.
Basden, G. T. (1966). Niger ibos. Barnes & Noble.
Tait, W(1851) The slave trade overruled for the salvation of Africa
Kingsley, M. H. (1899). West African Studies.

The Mind of the slave and the Master_FE(1)
1:17:08
The Renaissance
10 Views · 19 days ago


The Mind of the slave and the Master_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our response video, The Mind of the slave and Master which examines the mind of the slave and that of the Master and why the slaves mind, makes them amenable to slavery. It also examined the governments in Africa especially West and Central Africa and how they work with the European slave masters.
It also shows why the descendants of the slave hunters who are out in power by the slave masters do not care about the electorates because they know that the votes do not count.
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube for Channel members
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
REFERENCES
Benezet, A. (1776). A Caution to Great Britain and Her Colonies: In a Short Representation of the Calamitous State of the Enslaved Negroes in the British Dominions.
Johnston, H. H. (1899). A History of the Colonization of Africa.
Equiano, O. (1794). The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, Or Gustavus Vassa, The African.
Latimer, E. W. (1898). Europe in Africa in the Nineteenth Century.
Blumhardt, C. F. (1799). Christian missions: or a manual of missionary geography and history: Edited by C. Barth. Religions Tract Society.
Clay, T. S. (1833). Detail of a Plan for the Moral Improvement of Negroes on Plantations. Printed at the request of the Presbytery.
Stroyer, J. (1885). My life in the South. Newcomb & Gauss.
Shaw, F. L., & Dependency, A. T. (1905). An Outline of the Ancient History of the Western Soudan with an Account of the Modern Settlement of northern Nigeria.
Hazzledine, G. D. (1904). The white man in Nigeria. E. Arnold.
Ngoh, J.V(1979) The Political Evolution of Cameroon, 1884-1961
Thrasher, J. B. (1861). Slavery, a Divine Institution: A Speech Made Before the Breckinridge and Lane Club, November 5th, 1860. Southern reveille Book and job Office.

⁣ Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth-A Reply FE(1)
1:25:23
The Renaissance
6 Views · 26 days ago


Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth-A Reply FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our response video, from comments we received from our video Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth which examines the slave masters religions of Mohamedamism and Christianity and how they are used against the Negroes today.
We are responding to comments from T Aus “Dear bro, I am one of ur strong followers but honestly speaking ur opinion abt Simon Ekpa is false and the worst is that u said that we Biafrans should sheepishly and cowardly be following DOS…”
And another from Destroy the Confederacy “Concerning Dane Calloway, even if what you are saying is possibly true and I doubt it, you have not proven your case. Moreover what does it profit us to consider ourselves native when the world ….”
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Oroonoko,A. B(1688) Oroonoko or The royal slave: A True History.
CONOVER, H. Africa South of the Sahara: a selected annotated list of writings 1951-1956: comp. by Helen F. Conover.(2 ed.). Washington DC.
N.A, (1842) Slavery collection, the Slavery and Abolition Collections retrieved from https://archives.nypl.org/scm/20774
Blake, W. O. (1860). The history of slavery and the slave trade. H Miller
Cable, G. W. (1898). The negro question. C. Scribner's Sons.
Ball, C. (1837). Slavery in the United States: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Charles Ball, a Black Man, who Lived Forty Years in Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, as a Slave... Shryock.
Goldie, H. (1890). Calabar and Its Mission. Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier.
Williams, G. (1897). History of the Liverpool Privateers and letters of Marque with an Account of the Liverpool Slave Trade
Equiano, O. (1794). The 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.
N.A(1850) The Westminster and Foreign Quarterly Review October, 1849 - January, 1850, Vol LII-1850
Leonard, A. G. (1906). The lower Niger and its tribes. Macmillan.
Bandinel, J. (1842). Some Account of the Trade in Slaves from Africa: As Connected with Europe and America from the Introduction of the Trade Into Modern Europe Down to the Present Time: Especially with Reference to the Efforts Made by the British Government for Its Extinction (No. 5). Longman, Brown, and Company.
Anderson, J. (1863). The Story of the Life of John Anderson, the Fugitive Slave. W. Tweedie.
Hurd, W. (1811). 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..
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.

Blacks, Negroes, Africans - It's time to think
1:37
The Renaissance
6 Views · 1 month ago


Blacks, Negroes, Africans - It's time to think
Listen to this and hear the man start off with how equal attention is not paid to both black and white lives but when he listed others that should have been talked about, he never mentioned any black nation especially in Africa and West and Central Africa to be precise.
As a black person or African, we want you to reflect and then see something like the Nigerian army as the evil they are.
Remember we should not expect others to treat us well when we cannot treat ourselves well?
The Nigerian army was a slave hunting terror group used to capture and export humans as slaves but renamed Nigerian army in 1863 and till today they have remained the same terror group they were and are a menace to humanity. We must not allow ourselves to be as inhuman as those in the Nigerian Army.
Observe that their weapons and training still come from the slave masters and their accomplices till today.
Why is no one campaigning for help for Biafra and Ambazonia and the millions in internally Displaced peoples camps all over Nigeria the same way they are doing for Ukraine?
Africans, blacks, Negroes, hottentots etc - LET US THINK!!!

Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth FE(1)
1:15:41
The Renaissance
10 Views · 1 month ago


Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video, Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth FE(1) which examines the slave masters religions of Mohamedamism and Christianity and how they are used on the Negroes either during the slave trade or in present times
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube for Channel members
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
REFERENCES
N.A, (1842) Slavery collection, the Slavery and Abolition Collections retrieved from https://archives.nypl.org/scm/20774
Schön, J. F., & Crowther, S. (1842). Journals of the Rev. James Frederick Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther: Who, Accompanied the Expedition Up the Niger, in 1841, in Behalf of the Church Missionary Society. Hatchard and son.
Gibbons, H. A. (1916). The New Map of Africa (1900-1916): A History of European Expansion and Colonial Diplomacy. New York: Century.
Merriam, G. S. (1906). The negro and the nation.
Elliott, C. (1851). Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its Unjustice; Its Wrongs; Its Contrariety to Many Scriptual Commands, Prohibitions and Principles, and to the Christian Spirit; and from Its Evil Effects; Together with Observations on Emancipation, and the Duties of American Citizens in Regard to Slavery (Vol. 2). L. Swormstedt & JH Power.
Blake, W. O. (1860). The history of slavery and the slave trade. H Miller
Drummond, H. (1888). Tropical Africa. London: Hodder and Stoughton.
Baird, J. B. (1910) Children of Africa
Cable, G. W. (1898). The negro question. C. Scribner's Sons.
Stewart, J. J., & Berrett, W. E. (1960). Mormonism and the Negro: An Explanation and Defense--. Community Press.
Cobb, T. R. R. (1858). An Historical Sketch of Slavery: From the Earliest Period (No. 110). Scholarly Press.
Mather, C. (1706). The Negro Christianized. An Essay to Excite and Assist that Good Work, the Instruction of Negro-Servants in Christianity.
Raphael, J. R. (1914). Through Unknown Nigeria (London: TW Laurie),
Tait, E(1851) The slave trade overruled for the salvation of Africa
Ball, C. (1837). Slavery in the United States: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Charles Ball, a Black Man, who Lived Forty Years in Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, as a Slave... Shryock.

Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(3)
1:12:13
The Renaissance
15 Views · 1 month ago


Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(3)
This is the Full Edition of our video, Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes(3) which examines how the poverty and hunger in Africa are created by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices. The videos shows how the slave trade is still sustained by the slave master and his accomplices in African today. It also looked at the hypocrisy of the slave master and his accomplices in killing Negroes in Biafra and Ambazonia while calling for people to donate in support of Ukraine
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube -
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Hertslet, E. (1909) The map of Africa by treaty Vol I, Nos 1 to 94 HisMajesty’s Stationery Office.
Benezet, A. (1788). Some Historical Account of Guinea, Its Situation, Produce and the General Disposition of Its Inhabitants: With an Inquiry Into the Rise and Progress of the Slave Trade, Its Nature and Lamentable Effects
Weedon, W. B. (1890). Economic and social history of New England, 1620-1789.
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Malte-Brun, M. (1823). Universal Geography, or A Description of All the Parts of the World. Vol. IV.
N.A(1766) Extract of a Sermon preached by the Bishop Gloucester 1766
Harrison, H. H. (1917). The Negro and the Nation. Cosmo-advocate Publishing Company.
Arnold, T. W. (1913). The preaching of Islam: a history of the propagation of the Muslim faith. C. Scribner's sons.
N.A(1866) The Southern Presbyterian Review Conducted by an association of Ministers
Glover, L. E. R. S. (1897). Life of Sir John Hawley Glover. Smith, Elder.
Burns, A. C.(1922) The Nigeria Handbook
Schön, J. F., & Crowther, S. (1842). Journals of the Rev. James Frederick Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther: Who, Accompanied the Expedition Up the Niger, in 1841, in Behalf of the Church Missionary Society. Hatchard and son.
Gibbons, H. A. (1916). The New Map of Africa (1900-1916): A History of European Expansion and Colonial Diplomacy. New York: Century.

Think Africans before taking the vaccines
3:26
The_Woke_Nation
5 Views · 1 month ago

Unlike Nigeria, Zambians think but Nigeria is ruled by the descendants of those who captured and sold the slaves during the slave trade i.e the Nigerian army. The Nigerian army was a slave hunting terror group used to capture and export humans as slaves

Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(1)
1:16:15
The Renaissance
11 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video, Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes(2) which examines how the poverty and hunger in Africa are created by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices. The videos shows how the slave trade is still sustained by the slave master and his accomplices in African today.
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube -
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
REFERENCES
Copley, E. (1839). A History of Slavery and its Abolition. Negro History Press.
Bleeker, S. (1969). The Ibo of Biafra. Morrow.
Stockdale, P. (1791). A Letter from Percival Stockdale to Granville Sharp, Esq., Suggested to the Authour by the Present Insurrection of the Negroes in the Island of St. Domingo.
Draper, W. F.(1882) The Book of Enoch.
Hutchinson, T. J. (1858). Impressions of Western Africa: With Remarks on the Diseases of the Climate and a Report on the Peculiarities of Trade Up the Rivers in the Bight of Biafra. Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts.
Swann, A. J. (1910) Fighting the 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, Rumbaliza and other great slave-traders.
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Hoare, P. (1828). Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq (Vol. 2). Henry Colburn.
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Snelgrave, W. (1734). A new account of some parts of Guinea, and the slave trade.

Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(1)
1:21:04
The Renaissance
7 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video, Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes(1) which examines how the poverty and hunger in Africa are created by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices. The shows that the poverty and hunger in what was Negroland and Guinea is artificially created.The video also tried to examine the slave trade and the current struggle for freedom in Biafra and Ambazonia.
Full Videos can also be found on odyssey.com and crystalviews.net
It is also on youtube -
For those that have supported us, we say thank you
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REFERENCES
Ruffner, W. H. (1852). Africa's Redemption: A Discourse on African Colonization in Its Missionary Aspects, and in Its Relation to Slavery and Abolition. Preached on Sabbath Morning, July 4th, 1852, in the Seventh Presbyterian Church, Penn Square, Philadelphia. WS Martien.
Levi, L. (Ed.). (1866). Annals of British Legislation: Being a digest of the Parliamentary Blue Books Vol II
Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
Harris, N. D., & Shotwell, J. T. (1914). World Diplomacy: Intervention and Colonization in Africa. Houghton Mifflin.
Walker, F. D. (1926). Africa and Her Peoples. Edinburgh House Press.
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Lugard, F. J. D. (1922). The dual mandate in British tropical Africa.
Brawley, B(1921) A Social History of the American Negro
Fennell, C. A. M. (Ed.). (1892). The Stanford Dictionary of Anglicised Words and Phrases. Cambridge University Press.
Romer, I. F. (1846). A Pilgrimage to the Temples and Tombs of Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1845-6 (Vol. 1). R. Bentley.
Washington, B. T. (1909). The Story of the Negro: The Rise of the Race from Slavery (Vol. 1)
Bleeker, S. (1969). The Ibo of Biafra. Morrow.




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