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The Negro and the law -FE(3)

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The Negro and the law -FE(3)



The video The Negro and the law (3) is the Full version of our series that seeks to show that one of the biggest instruments of Negro slavery is the law. It examines how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are usually above the law and the code of Moses Smashing the Commandment Tablets are indicative of “breaking the law”
This video also tries to show the relationship between what is happening in Biafra and Ambazonia today and the slave trade. It also shows how the slave master and his slave hunting partners are still working together against the Negroes. It also shows how the British hides behind their slave hunting partners to create a war and hide behind them to unleash terror and mayhem on Negroes.

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