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The Negro and the law -A Reply_LE(12)

The video The Negro and the law -A Reply_12) is the limited version of the 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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