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The slave trade Institutionalized_FE(1)

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This is the Full Edition(FE) of our video on the slave trade institutionalized Part 1 . The video is to show how all institutions are created by the slave master along the lines of the slave trade and the slave masters belief that Negroes were created to be slave forever. It highlights hoe the slave master uses Negroes to fight against themselves like the case of Marcus Garvey and WEB Du Bois and today like Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB and Simon Ekpa who is the slave masters agent working to destroy IPOB and the agitation for freedom of Negroes in Biafra.
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