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Biafra Freedom and Negro Slavery - A reply_FE(1)

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Biafra Freedom and Negro Slavery - A reply_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our video Biafra Freedom and Negro Slavery - A reply(1) This is actually a response video to a comment from what is likely a “Golden Calf Ethiopian”
In this video we seek to show that Negroes were Ethiopians and that the modern day Ethiopia was Abyssinia renamed by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices.
Please watch the video and look for the materials referenced and study them yourself.
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Jenson, A. (Ed.). (1889). The Historical Record (Vol. 5). Andrew Jenson.
Blake, W. O. (1860). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern.
Rey, C. F. (1923). Unconquered Abyssinia as it is To-day: An Account of a Little Known Country, Its Peoples & Their Customs, Considered from the Social, Economic & Geographic Points of View, Its Resources & Possiblities, & Its Extraordinary History as a Hitherto Unconquered Nation. Seeley, Service & Company Limited.
Johnson, S. (1825). The Works of Samuel Johnson in 15 Volumes (Vol. 15)
Salt, H. (1814). A voyage to Abyssinia. Рипол Классик.
Cheever, G. B. (1860). The guilt of slavery and the crime of slaveholding: demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek scriptures. John P. Jewett & Company
Brown, R. (1895). The story of Africa and its explorers (Vol. 4). Cass

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