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#47811 Jan 19, 2013
Judah Ben Levi wrote:
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yoruba represents the highest african admixture among aa, with mende coming in 2nd. "
who says these sources are right? lol. Igbos found themselves being raided more so than them raiding bigger and more powerful empires like the OYO. As far as North America is concerned the Yoruba were a very small minority. You are probably yoruba being from trinidad. Yoruba actually left a mark you can see today in Brazil and cuba. wheres the yoruba culture in America? But we do have sites like igbo landing among the Gullah peoples and a Igbo memorial in Virginia. Mende peoples also left their mark but as far as yoruba in North America is small. You need to broaden your research as far as slave trade goes. You keep quoting that same dna study that had like 300 samples or something, lol. Aint no telling what kind of data base they used too?
anyway Shalom
there were actually two studies. one had the yoruba admixture at 47% while the other had it at 61%.

of course both deal with limited samples, as you said. but with those numbers i have to imagine yoruba is significant in the states.

slavery was very different in the south than in other regions of the americas. and as a result of this peculiar institution,'marks' are very few and far between.

*BUT* you could settle this question for yourself if you went through the genetic screen process. this is the insanity of a group who claims to be searching for their heritage and ancestry but refuse to go through dna screening.

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#47813 Jan 19, 2013
An instance of this sort is furnished in the case of a family who lived directly opposite to our house, and were named Hamilton. Mrs. Hamilton owned two slaves. Their names were Henrietta and Mary. They had always been house slaves. One was aged about twenty-two, and the other about fourteen. They were a fragile couple by nature, and the treatment they received was enough to break down the constitution of a horse. Of all the dejected, emaciated, mangled and excoriated creatures I ever saw, those two girls--in the refined, church going and Christian city of Baltimore--were the most deplorable. Of stone must that heart be made, that could look upon Henrietta and Mary, without being sickened,to the core with sadness. Especially was Mary a heart-sickening object. Her head, neck and shoulders, were literally cut to pieces. I have frequently felt her head, and found it nearly covered over with festering sores, caused by the lash of her cruel mistress. I do not know that her master ever whipped her, but I have often been an eye witness of the revolting and brutal inflictions by Mrs. Hamilton; and what lends a deeper shade to this woman's conduct, is the fact, that, almost in the very moments of her shocking outrages of humanity and decency, she would charm you by the sweetness of her voice and her seeming piety. She used to sit in a large rocking chair, near the middle of the room, with a heavy cowskin, such as I have elsewhere described; and I speak within the truth when I say, that those girls seldom passed that chair, during the day, without a blow from that cowskin, either upon their bare arms, or upon their shoulders. As they passed her, she would draw her cowskin and give them a blow, saying, "move faster, you black jip!" and, again, "take that, you black jip!" continuing, "if you don't move faster, I will give you more." Then the lady would go on, singing her sweet hymns, as though her righteous soul were sighing for the holy realms of paradise.
Added to the cruel lashings to which these poor slave-girls were subjected--enough in themselves to crush the spirit of men--they were, really, kept nearly half starved; they seldom knew what it was to eat a full meal, except when they got it in the kitchens of neighbors, less mean and stingy than the,psalm-singing Mrs. Hamilton. I have seen poor Mary contending for the offal, with the pigs in the street. So much was the poor girl pinched, kicked, cut and pecked to pieces, that the boys in the street knew her only by the name of "pecked," a name derived from the scars and blotches on her neck, head and shoulders.

It is some relief to this picture of slavery in Baltimore, to say--what is but the simple truth--that Mrs. Hamilton's treatment of her slaves was generally condemned, as disgraceful and shocking; but while I say this, it must also be remembered, that the very parties who censured the cruelty of Mrs. Hamilton, would have condemned and promptly punished any attempt to interfere with Mrs. Hamilton's right to cut and slash her slaves to pieces. There must be no force between the slave and the slaveholder, to restrain the power of the one, and protect the weakness of the other; and the cruelty of Mrs. Hamilton is as justly chargeable to the upholders of the slave system, as drunkenness is chargeable on those who, by precept and example, or by indifference, uphold the drinking system.,

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#47814 Jan 19, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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You're DNA will reveal you to be a typical Afro-whitey Yank, and with ancestry of 3 species: sapiens, neandertalensis and heidelbergensis.
You have no Hebrew DNA.
She aimed to keep me ignorant; and I resolved to know, although knowledge only increased my discontent. My feelings were not the result of any marked cruelty in the treatment I received; they sprung from the consideration of my being a slave at all. It was slavery--not its mere incidents--that I hated. I had been cheated. I saw through the attempt to keep me in ignorance; I saw that slaveholders would have gladly made me believe that they were merely acting under the authority of God, in making a slave of me, and in making slaves of others; and I treated them as robbers and deceivers. The feeding and clothing me well, could not atone for taking my liberty from me. The smiles of my mistress could not remove the deep sorrow that dwelt in my young bosom. Indeed, these, in time, came only to deepen my sorrow. She had changed; and the reader will see that I had changed, too. THAT MUSTA BEEN YO GRAT MOMMA because your the same dont want us to know bout ur hebrew heritage! your just like them in slavery days, you would like for us to be Dumb an only knows what you teach an we shouldn't go outside that? your CRAZY!!

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#47815 Jan 19, 2013
BACKFIRED BIG TIME " I saw that slaveholders would have gladly made me believe that they were merely acting under the authority of God, in making a slave of me, and in making slaves of others; THAT BACKFIRED!! we seen curse to late hahahahlol, here was the intensified degradation of the spectacle. What an assemblage! Men and women, young and old, married and single; moral and intellectual beings, in open contempt of their humanity, leveled at a blow with horses, sheep, horned cattle and swine! Horses and men--cattle and women--pigs and children--all holding the same rank in the scale of social existence; and all subjected to the same narrow inspection, to ascertain their value in gold and silver--the only standard of worth applied by slaveholders to slaves!_________Deuteronomy 28:50;A nation of fierce countenance, which shall not regard the person of the old, nor shew favour to the young:

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#47817 Jan 19, 2013
COLD MESS BUT THEY SAY WE AINT HEBREWS! I SAY YOUR THE DEVILS SEED_was in the hands of strangers--strangers who had nothing to do in accumulating it. Not a slave was left free. All remained slaves, from the youngest to the oldest. If any one thing in my experience, more than another, served to deepen my conviction of the infernal character of slavery, and to fill me with unutterable loathing of slaveholders, it was their base ingratitude to my poor old grandmother. She had served my old master faithfully from youth to old age. She had been the source of all his wealth; she had peopled his plantation with slaves; she had become a great-grandmother in his service. She had rocked him in infancy, attended him in childhood, served him through life, and at his death wiped from his icy brow the cold death-sweat, and closed his eyes forever. She was nevertheless left a slave--a slave for life--a slave in the hands of strangers; and in their hands she saw her children, her grandchildren, and her great-grandchildren, divided, like so many sheep, without being gratified with the small privilege of a single word, as to their or her own destiny. And, to cap the climax of their base ingratitude and fiendish barbarity, my grandmother, who was now very old, having outlived my old master and all his children, having seen the beginning and end of all of them, and her present owners finding she was of but little value, her frame already racked with the pains of old age, and complete helplessness fast stealing over her once active limbs, they took her to the woods, built her a little hut, put up a little mud-chimney, and then made her welcome to the privilege of supporting herself there in perfect loneliness; thus virtually turning her out to die! If my poor old grandmother now lives, she lives to suffer in utter loneliness; she lives to remember and mourn over the loss of children, the loss of grandchildren, and the loss of great-grandchildren
The WiLLy SPAMite Effect

Jackson, MS

#47818 Jan 19, 2013
JOHNS ON TOP OF IT wrote:
Why do the groups listed below have the same paternal Lineage as 77.8% of Yoruba Males???
8.11%(Middle East) Jewish, Palestinian, Bedouin, Bedouin South, Druze
14.07%(Europe) Finnish and Russian
Did the Transatlantic and Trans-Sahara slave trade connections answer that question?

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#47819 Jan 19, 2013
His religion, Master Thomas ,neither made him emancipate his slaves, nor caused him to treat them with greater humanity. If religion had any effect on his character at all, it made him more cruel and hateful in all his ways. The natural wickedness of his heart had not been removed, but only re├źnforced, by the profession of religion. Do I judge him harshly? God forbid. Facts are facts. Capt. Auld made the greatest profession of piety. His house was, literally, a house of prayer. In the morning, and in the evening, loud prayers and hymns were heard there, in which both himself and his wife joined; yet, no more meal was brought from the mill, no more attention was paid to the moral welfare of the kitchen; and nothing was done to make us feel that the heart of Master Thomas was one whit better than it was before he went into the little pen, opposite to the preachers' stand, on the camp ground.Deuteronomy 28:64;And the LORD shall scatter thee among all people, from the one end of the earth even unto the other; and there thou shalt serve other gods, which neither thou nor thy fathers have known, even wood and stone.Deuteronomy 28:36;The LORD shall bring thee, and thy king which thou shalt set over thee, unto a nation which neither thou nor thy fathers have known; and there shalt thou serve other gods, wood and stone.Deuteronomy 31:17;Then my anger shall be kindled against them in that day, and I will forsake them, and I will hide my face from them, and they shall be devoured, and many evils and troubles shall befall them; so that they will say in that day, Are not these evils come upon us, because our God is not among us?

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#47820 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
You're DNA will reveal you to be a typical Afro-whitey Yank, and with ancestry of 3 species: sapiens, neandertalensis and heidelbergensis.
You have no Hebrew DNA.
There was, in the Bay Side, very near the camp ground, where my master got his religious impressions, a man named Edward Covey, who enjoyed the execrated reputation, of being a first rate hand at breaking young negroes. This Covey was a poor man, a farm renter; and this reputation,(hateful as it was to the slaves and to all good men,) was, at the same time, of immense advantage to him. It enabled him to get his farm tilled with very little expense, compared with what it would have cost him without this most extraordinary reputation. Some slaveholders thought it an advantage to let Mr. Covey have the government of their slaves a year or two, almost free of charge, for the sake of the excellent training such slaves got under his happy management! Like some horse breakers, noted for their skill, who ride the best horses in the country without expense, Mr. Covey could have under him, the most fiery bloods of the neighborhood, for the simple reward of returning them to their owners, well broken. Added to the natural fitness of Mr. Covey for the duties of his profession, he was said to "enjoy religion," THIS YO MIND SET!! you imagine yo self to be a slave Breaker?

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#47821 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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You're DNA will reveal you to be a typical Afro-whitey Yank, and with ancestry of 3 species: sapiens, neandertalensis and heidelbergensis.
You have no Hebrew DNA.
and was as strict in the cultivation of piety, as he was in the cultivation of his farm. I was made aware of his character by some who had been under his hand; and while I could not look forward to going to him with any pleasure, I was glad to get away from St. Michael's. I was sure of getting enough to eat at Covey's, even if I suffered in other respects. This, to a hungry man, is not a prospect to be regarded with indifference.see how yo peoples did us? bro would get beat just to eat!!!do you lmew bout the slave letters? best you read some of this!!COVEY, THE NEGRO BREAKER.THATS YO NEW NAME!!January, 1834, BOY that aint just to to long ago!!we would still have mind set from that era lingering with us!

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#47822 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
You're DNA will reveal you to be a typical Afro-whitey Yank, and with ancestry of 3 species: sapiens, neandertalensis and heidelbergensis.
You have no Hebrew DNA.
Master Thomas. The latter had been as good as his word, and had committed me, without reserve, to the mastery of Mr. Edward Covey. Eight or ten years had now passed since I had been taken from my grandmother's cabin,Deuteronomy 28:32;Thy sons and thy daughters shall be given unto another people, and thine eyes shall look, and fail with longing for them all the day long: and there shall be no might in thine hand.

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#47823 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
You're DNA will reveal you to be a typical Afro-whitey Yank, and with ancestry of 3 species: sapiens, neandertalensis and heidelbergensis.
You have no Hebrew DNA.
Barros Serrano;. I was now about to sound profounder depths in slave life.rigors of a field, less tolerable than the field of battle, awaited me. My new master was notorious for his fierce and savage disposition, and my only consolation in going to live with him was, the certainty of finding him precisely as represented by common fame. There was neither joy in my heart, nor elasticity in my step, as I started in search of the tyrant's home. Starvation made me glad to leave Thomas Auld's, and the cruel lash made me dread to go to Covey's. Escape was impossible; so, heavy and sad, I paced the seven miles, which separated Covey's house from St. Michael's--thinking much by the solitary way--averse to my condition; but thinking was all I could do. Like a fish in a net, allowed to play for a time, I was now drawn rapidly to the shore, secured at all points. "I am," thought I, "but the sport of a power which makes no account, either of my welfare or of my happiness. By a law which I can clearly comprehend, but cannot evade nor resist, I am ruthlessly snatched from the hearth of a fond grandmother, and hurried away to the home of a mysterious 'old master;' again I am removed from there, to a master in Baltimore; thence am I snatched away to the Eastern Shore, to be valued with the beasts of the field, and, with them, divided and set apart for a possessor; then I am sent back to Baltimore; and by the time I have formed new attachments, and have begun to hope that no more rude shocks shall touch me, a difference arises between brothers, and I am again broken up, and sent to St. Michael's; and now, from the latter place, I am footing my way to the home of a new master, where, I am given to understand, that,like a wild young working animal, I am to be broken to the yoke of a bitter and life-long bondage."Deuteronomy 28:29;And thou shalt grope at noonday, as the blind gropeth in darkness, and thou shalt not prosper in thy ways: and thou shalt be only oppressed and spoiled evermore, and no man shall save thee.Deuteronomy 28:34;So that thou shalt be mad for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt see.Deuteronomy 28:59;Then the LORD will make thy plagues wonderful, and the plagues of thy seed, even great plagues, and of long continuance, and sore sicknesses, and of long continuance.Deuteronomy 28:65;And among these nations shalt thou find no ease, neither shall the sole of thy foot have rest: but the LORD shall give thee there a trembling heart, and failing of eyes, and sorrow of mind:

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#47824 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you bring out your DNA results?
They show definitively that you are NOT a Hebrew!
WHATCHAGONNADO?
The good clothes I had brought with me from Baltimore were now worn thin, and had not been replaced; for Master Thomas was as little careful to provide us against cold, as against hunger. Met here by a north wind, sweeping through an open space of forty miles, I was glad to make any port; and, therefore, I speedily pressed on to the little wood-colored house. The family consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Covey; Miss Kemp,(a broken-backed woman,) a sister of Mrs. Covey; William Hughes, cousin to Edward Covey; Caroline, the cook; Bill Smith, a hired man; and myself. Bill Smith, Bill Hughes, and myself, were the working force of the farm, which consisted of three or four hundred acres. I was now, for the first time in my life, to be a field hand; and in my new employment I found myself even more awkward than a green country boy may be supposed to be,_________Deuteronomy 28:39;Thou shalt plant vineyards, and dress them, but shalt neither drink of the wine, nor gather the grapes; for the worms shall eat them.Deuteronomy 28:48;Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies which the LORD shall send against thee, in hunger, and in thirst, and in nakedness, and in want of all things: and he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck, until he have destroyed thee.Deuteronomy 28:33;The fruit of thy land, and all thy labours, shall a nation which thou knowest not eat up; and thou shalt be only oppressed and crushed alway:

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#47825 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you bring out your DNA results?
They show definitively that you are NOT a Hebrew!
WHATCHAGONNADO?
I had been at my new home but three days, before Mr. Covey,(my brother in the Methodist church,) gave me a bitter foretaste of what was in reserve for me. I presume he thought, that since he had but a single year in which to complete his work, the sooner he began, the better. Perhaps he thought that, by coming to blows at once, we should mutually better understand our relations. But to whatever motive, direct or indirect, the cause may be referred, I had not been in his possession three whole days, before he subjected me to a most brutal chastisement. Under his heavy blows, blood flowed freely, and wales were left on my back as large as my little finger. The sores on my back, from this flogging, continued for weeks, for they were kept open by the rough and coarse cloth which I wore for shirting. The occasion and details of this first chapter of my experience as a field hand, must be told, that the reader may see how unreasonable, as well as how cruel, my new master, Covey, was. The whole thing I found to be characteristic of the man; and I was probably treated no worse by him than scores of lads who had previously been committed to him, for reasons similar to those which induced my master to place me with him. But, here are the facts connected with the affair, precisely as they occurred.On one of the coldest days of the whole month of January, 1834, I was ordered, at day break, to get a load of wood, from a forest about two miles from the house, In order to perform this work, Mr. Covey gave me a pair of unbroken oxen, for, it seems, his breaking abilities had not been turned in this direction; and I may remark, in passing, that working animals in the south, are seldom so well trained as in the north. In due form, and with all proper ceremony, I was introduced to this huge yoke of unbroken oxen, and was carefully told which was "Buck," and which was "Darby"--which was the "in hand," and which was the "off hand" ox. The master of this important ceremony was no less a person than Mr. Covey, himself; and the introduction, was the first of the kind I had ever had. My life, hitherto, had led me away from horned cattle, and I had no knowledge of the art of managing them. What was meant by the "in ox," as against the "off ox," when both were equally fastened to one cart, and under one yoke,_________Deuteronomy 28:48;Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies which the LORD shall send against thee, in hunger, and in thirst, and in nakedness, and in want of all things: and he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck, until he have destroyed thee.,. After initiating me into the "woa," "back" "gee," "hither"--the entire spoken language between oxen and driver--Mr. Covey took a rope, about ten feet long and one inch thick, and placed one end of it around the horns of the "in hand ox," and gave the other end to me, telling me that if the oxen started to run away, as the scamp knew they would, I must hold on to the rope and stop them. I need not tell any one who is acquainted with either the strength or the disposition of an untamed ox, that,

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#47826 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you bring out your DNA results?
They show definitively that you are NOT a Hebrew!
WHATCHAGONNADO?
this order was about as unreasonable, as a command to shoulder a mad bull! I had never driven oxen before, and I was as awkward, as a driver, as it is possible to conceive. It did not answer for me to plead ignorance, to Mr. Covey; there was something in his manner that quite forbade that. He was a man to whom a slave seldom felt any disposition to speak. Cold, distant, morose, with a face wearing all the marks of captious pride and malicious sternness, he repelled all advances. Covey was not a large man; he was only about five feet ten inches in height, I should think; short necked, round shoulders; of quick and wiry motion, of thin and wolfish visage; with a pair of small, greenish-gray eyes, set well back under a forehead without dignity, and constantly in motion, and floating his passions, rather than his thoughts, in sight, but denying them utterance in words. The creature presented an appearance altogether ferocious and sinister, disagreeable and forbidding, in the extreme. When he spoke, it was from the corner of his mouth, and in a sort of light growl, like a dog, when an attempt is made to take a bone from him. The fellow had already made me believe him even worse than he had been represented. With his directions, and without stopping to question, I started for the woods, quite anxious to perform my first exploit in driving, in a creditable manner. The distance from the house to the woods gate--a full mile, I should think--was passed over with very little difficulty; for although the animals ran, I was fleet enough, in the open field, to keep pace with them; especially as they pulled me along at the end of the rope, I now saw, in my situation, several points of similarity with that of the oxen. They were property, so was I; they were to be broken, so was I. Covey was to break me, I was to break them; break and be broken--such is life.It required only two day's experience and observation to teach me, that such apparent waste of time would not be lightly overlooked by Covey. I therefore hurried toward home; but, on reaching the lane gate, I met with the crowning disaster for the day. This gate was a fair specimen of southern handicraft. distance. OK the SLAVE OWNER BEAT THE SLAVE!: This done, he ordered me to take off my clothes. To this unreasonable order I made no reply, but sternly refused to take off my clothing. "If you will beat me," thought I, "you shall do so over my clothes." After many threats, which made no impression on me, he rushed at me with something of the savage fierceness of a wolf, tore off the few and thinly worn clothes I had on, and proceeded to wear out, on my back, the heavy goads which he had cut from the gum tree. This flogging was the first of a series of floggings; and though very severe, it was less so than many which came after it, and these, for offenses far lighter than the gate breaking.
I remained with Mr. Covey one year,(I cannot say I lived with him,) and during the first six months that I was there, I was whipped, either with sticks or cowskins, every week. Aching bones and a sore back, It was, however, scarcely necessary for Mr. Covey to be really present in the field, He had the faculty of making us feel that he was always present. By a series of adroitly managed surprises, which he practiced, I was prepared to expect him at any moment. His plan was, never to approach the spot where his hands were at work, in an open, manly and direct manner. No thief was ever more artful in his devices than this man Covey. He would creep and crawl, in ditches and gullies; hide behind stumps and bushes, and practice so much of the cunning of the serpent, that Bill Smith and I--between ourselves--never called him by any other name that "the snake." We fancied that in his eyes and his gait we could see a

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#47827 Jan 20, 2013
thanks sir Ben Ysrael for the book extracts and relevant Scriptures quotations : both are extremely interesting and ... moving.

a white/redboi

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#47828 Jan 20, 2013
snakish resemblance. One half of his proficiency in the art of negro breaking, consisted, I should think, in this species of cunning. We were never secure. He could see or hear us nearly all the time. He was, to us, behind every stump, tree, bush and fence on the plantation. He carried this kind of trickery so far, that he would sometimes mount his horse, and make believe he was going to St. Michael's; and, in thirty minutes afterward, you might find his horse tied in the woods, and the snake-like Covey lying flat in the ditch, with his head lifted above its edge, or in a fence corner, watching every movement of the slaves! I have known him walk up to us and give us special orders, as to our work, in advance, as if he were leaving home with a view to being absent several days; and before he got half way to the house, he would avail himself of our inattention to his movements, to turn short on his heels, conceal himself behind a fence corner or a tree, and watch us until the going down of the sun. Mean and contemptible as is all this, it is in keeping with the character which the life of a slaveholder is calculated to produce. There is no earthly inducement, in the slave's condition, to incite him to labor faithfully. The fear of punishment is the sole motive for any sort of industry, with him. Knowing this fact, as the slaveholder does, and judging the slave by himself, he naturally concludes the slave will be idle whenever the cause for this fear is absent. Hence, all sorts of petty deceptions are practiced, to inspire this fear.
But, with Mr. Covey, trickery was natural. Everything in the shape of learning or religion, which

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#47829 Jan 20, 2013
attai1 wrote:
thanks sir Ben Ysrael for the book extracts and relevant Scriptures quotations : both are extremely interesting and ... moving.
a white/redboi
i think i will lay off that shit!! its depressing! had ole SLAVE DREAM LAST NIGHT!! this was last thought before i fell asleep!! i dream Handcuffs was chasing me! That mess waS LIKE NO OTHER READING THE HISTORY OF WHAT SLAVES WENT THUR!! iTS HEBREW HISTORY! we dont even know half the evilness went on! THAT MIND SET IS STILL WITH US

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#47830 Jan 20, 2013
attai1 wrote:
thanks sir Ben Ysrael for the book extracts and relevant Scriptures quotations : both are extremely interesting and ... moving.
a white/redboi
you got to be a cool white boi!! the kind you can go hit the bank with an be cool with! i believe you wouldnt tell if shit went wrong!! we can live with yo kind! nobody bother nobody! everybody just kick back an do them! cool! but you still with the Occult which is Open house! for everybody!! i aint messed up with living in peace with all peoples! but we need a home base we can call ours!

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#47831 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you bring out your DNA results?
They show definitively that you are NOT a Hebrew!
WHATCHAGONNADO?
Covey,the slave BREAKER IS YOU reincarnated, you do believe in reincarnation ole Sinajuavi? you have the mentality of a SLAVE BREAKER!!an us Hebrews is like escaped slaves to you!!

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#47832 Jan 20, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you bring out your DNA results?
They show definitively that you are NOT a Hebrew!
WHATCHAGONNADO?
My pa named Bill. He was stole frum Virginia. I don't know how Marse got him. Sometimes dey would buy 'em and agin dey would steal 'em, sort of like stealing a dog. Ma, her name Hannah. Dey got married on de plantation. After pa got kil't, Ma married a man called Charles. I only has one whole sister living, and she name Jennie. Viney and Millie be dead. My brother, Richard, he dead too. My half-sister, Sallie Ann, she stay in Jacksonville, or some fureign state.BOY I IS A HEBREW!__BOY___I_____IS_____A_ ______HEBREW__________Deuteron omy 28:49;The LORD shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth; a nation whose tongue thou shalt not understand; Deuteronomy 28:50;A nation of fierce countenance, which shall not regard the person of the old, nor shew favour to the young:

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