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⁣ Christianity, Islam and the Negro Truth-A Reply FE(1)

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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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Comment from Okoye Okwy
THE RENAISSANCE hmm Mazi Ekpa might said that is the Heritage of Igbos but I know he can Not change from Biafra to any so called IDU... I started listening to Mazi Ekpa broadcast b4 MNK and I had to believe MNK bcuz he recognized Nd recommend Mazi Ekpa broadcast along wt Mayegun... Problem of IPOB Nd DOS is bcuz too many illiterates are given positions so they think anything they say ppl will follow them no... and I can never forget ur 1st Broadcast when MNK was Abducted on what u said about DOS Nd their Compromised wt zoo govt ...but for Mazi Ekpa workin for Zoo letswatch and see...

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