Africans Sold Blacks Into Slavery...
Lola

Puteaux, France

#1046 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
The slave in Africa is treated respectfully and provided from all necessities for a happy life.
In the most of times, they are free people which choose for being slave to have a house, food and the minimal social conditions to a proper way of life.
What?! How can someone think that? Obviously you dont know anything about how slaves are treated in Africa.
You need help and fast.

Jahx
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#1047 Jan 2, 2013
Lola wrote:
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What?! How can someone think that? Obviously you dont know anything about how slaves are treated in Africa.
"There are historical records of slaves reaching the highest levels of government and administration in the Sokoto Caliphate."
~
Power, Honour and Shame: The Ideology of Royal Slavery in the Sokoto Caliphate". Africa: Journal of the International African Institute
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1048 Jan 2, 2013
ashanti king wrote:
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He did apologize for slavery as every African leader should do. The point is since only few slaves came from Ghana or its surrounding area proves that we were not at the forefront.
No, history says the golden throne descended from the heavens. Don't know if it is the truth.
What u don't realize is ashanti region is known for its gold. It is the reason why Ghana was called the Gold Coast. We traded gold and not slaves.
Stop assuming what I do and don't realize. I am well aware of the long history of gold mining in that region.

I did not say the ashanti were THE major player, as you misquoted me, but they were A major player.

There is plenty of guilt to go around, for slavery and other abuses.Í am not playing the game of using black guilt to alleviate white guilt or whatever. What especially bothers me is the free pass given to MUSLIMS who were THE biggest player in the African slave trade, and for far longer than the Europeans.
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1049 Jan 2, 2013
Cee Cipher wrote:
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Lol You're just making up sht as usual. The trans-saharan slave trade was longer than the trans-atlantic but the death rates are almost identical. Women were also the main slaves involving the trans-saharna. Their children were not killed. Ever heard of the " Umm Walad"? Where do you get your BS from?
None of this even had anything to do with slavery in Africa.
It was slavery in Africa! How does this have nothing to do with it? It was BLACK Muslim lackeys like the Fulani and Swahili people who were providing the slaves!

LOL at your denial. Yes, the children of concubines were often killed in the Muzscum world. The death rates for marching across the desert were NOT identical to those for the Middle Passage.

Face it, the greatest destroyer of Africa was the ARABS and their Turkish successors.
Lola

Puteaux, France

#1050 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
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"There are historical records of slaves reaching the highest levels of government and administration in the Sokoto Caliphate."
~
Power, Honour and Shame: The Ideology of Royal Slavery in the Sokoto Caliphate". Africa: Journal of the International African Institute
So a few slaves were lucky that means slavery must be a blessing, go and get some help.
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1051 Jan 2, 2013
Brngthtrth2u wrote:
In case nobody remembers, there is a story of white settlers selling Caucasian men and women to begin the New World of settlers. Can't recall the exact group....will check out and report back later....
In fact in the British N American colonies, in the 1600's most slaves were white. Those mostly slaved included Scots, Irish and poor English. Much of what is labelled as “indentured servitude” was in fact slavery.

Anyone familiar with the history of Wales, Scotland and Ireland realizes that the imperialists (in this case the English crown) walked over them in much the same manner the Euro settlers did to Native Americans. This process had begun much earlier, with the Romans.

Then there is the slavery of Europeans by Muslims. By rights, the Turks and Arabs owe massive reparations to Europe, for slavery as well as for the cost of centuries of military attacks against Christendom. I advocate that Turkey be eliminated and divided between Greece and Armenia, and that all the oil be sucked out of the Mideast with no compensation, then the region be left without a penny of foreign aid to fester in its Islamomadness until its people wake up and abandon that evil cult.
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1052 Jan 2, 2013
Malik Styles wrote:
<quoted text>First, the only boy or boys you know is your father and grandfather. Second, Reaganomics is a continuation of policy designed to exclude - classic Americanism. Progress does come through false inclusion or false economic security. Progress comes in changes to a rotten system by building a new system while blaming ourselves, Africans in America, for accepting appeasement. Now go and play in the streets, a truck is coming.
Don't smartass me, boy. And you are the boy here, clearly, boy. Come talk to me in person with your Middle-School playground attitude, boy. I'll slap some manners into you.

Reaganomics screwed THE PEOPLE in favor of corporate power (the rich).

The only playing in the streets I'll do is dragging you down the street by your hair while slapping the shit out of you, BOY.
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1053 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
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Sadly the historical truth doesn't corroborate with your shallow ideas:
The Black Caliph of Islam
Ibrahim ibn al-Mahdi was an Abbasid prince, singer, composer and poet.
He was the son of the third Abbasid caliph Al-Mahdi.
He was not a full brother of Al-Mahdi's sons Al-Hadi and Harun al-Rashid, since his mother was not Al-Khayzuran but rather an Afro Iranian princess named Shikla or Shakla.
Historian Ibn Khallikan reported that Ibrahim was consequently "of dark[BLACK] complexion."
During the Fourth Fitna, Ibrahim was proclaimed caliph on 20 July 817 by the PEOPLE of Baghdad, who gave him the regnal name of al-Mubarak.
~
The History of al-Tabari
*Shouldn't he be killed at birth, Barros?
Arabs killing babies... It's needless to say that Islam vehemently forbade any killing of children and noncombatant women.
Barros has no scruples.
Your lying Islamoapologetics ignores the realities of history.

You defend the vile Muzscum slave trade, throwing your own people under the bus for the sake of your idiotic cult of madness.

You need to be kept in a rubber room, boy.

Jahx
Level 8

Since: Oct 11

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#1054 Jan 2, 2013
Lola wrote:
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So a few slaves were lucky that means slavery must be a blessing, go and get some help.
You're confusing white way of slavery with the human afro-islamic way of slavery. How many books of African history did you ever read?
Lola

Puteaux, France

#1055 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
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You're confusing white way of slavery with the human afro-islamic way of slavery. How many books of African history did you ever read?
Many which is the reason why I know both were horrible. You thought the Arabs/muslims treated the Africans in a good way? They still treat the Africans in a horrible way.

Level 6

Since: Apr 10

Libreville, Gabon

#1056 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
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You're confusing white way of slavery with the human afro-islamic way of slavery. How many books of African history did you ever read?
The slavery that was less brutal to blacks Africans was the one made by other blacks Africans:mainly the one were the slave was a war prisoner.Regardless that slavery,the ARABS and whites's slavery were really horrible to blacks AFRICANS slaves.

Jahx
Level 8

Since: Oct 11

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#1057 Jan 2, 2013
bourobou prince wrote:
<quoted text>The slavery that was less brutal to blacks Africans was the one made by other blacks Africans:mainly the one were the slave was a war prisoner.Regardless that slavery,the ARABS and whites's slavery were really horrible to blacks AFRICANS slaves.
You evidently are unaware that African slaves were rulers in Islamic States...

Jahx
Level 8

Since: Oct 11

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#1058 Jan 2, 2013
Lola wrote:
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They still treat the Africans in a horrible way.
Nasser’s concern with the problems of African liberation in Southern Africa and the struggles against apartheid, racism and colonialism in Southern Africa paled in
significance when compared with his concern with the problems of Palestine, Arab-Israeli conflict and
imperialist designs in the Middle East. Compared, however, with several leaders of North (Arab) and
Sub-Sahara African countries, Nasser’s contribution to the African liberation movements and struggles
against apartheid, colonialism and racism in Southern and Central Africa, colonialism and neocolonialism was unparalleled in the annals of world politics.
~
Afro-Arab Relations

Qathafi: "Africa Deserves Indenization for Colonialism"

15 September 2009

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has said he will demand a compensation worth 777 trillion dollars for years of colonialism in New York later this month.

"I will tell the world that Africa deserves a 777-trillion-dollar compensation for the years of colonialism, massacres and slavery it was subjected to," Gaddafi told African leaders gathered in Tripoli on Wednesday night.

The Libyan leader also said that Africa deserves a permanent place in the security council even if there was no reform in the UN.

During the Non-Aligned Movement summit held in Egypt in July, Gaddafi called for the movement to establish its own security council as a counterweight to the UN Security Council, saying that the "security council has no power over the world's strongest countries" and that it only serves its permanent members.

"Foreign powers created inter-African problems inside the continent, so that African people would be distracted from building their unity and the continent would not be strong as the United States and Europe," Gaddafi told the Tripoli gathering.

EsinIslam[dot]Com

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Jahx
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Since: Oct 11

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#1059 Jan 2, 2013
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Terrible...

Level 1

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#1060 Jan 2, 2013
Lola wrote:
<quoted text>So a few slaves were lucky that means slavery must be a blessing, go and get some help.
Where can I sign up? It would be just like a working holiday!
Barros Serrano

Fairmont, WV

#1061 Jan 2, 2013
Jahx wrote:
<quoted text>
Nasser’s concern with the problems of African liberation in Southern Africa and the struggles against apartheid, racism and colonialism in Southern Africa paled in
significance when compared with his concern with the problems of Palestine, Arab-Israeli conflict and
imperialist designs in the Middle East. Compared, however, with several leaders of North (Arab) and
Sub-Sahara African countries, Nasser’s contribution to the African liberation movements and struggles
against apartheid, colonialism and racism in Southern and Central Africa, colonialism and neocolonialism was unparalleled in the annals of world politics.
~
Afro-Arab Relations
Qathafi: "Africa Deserves Indenization for Colonialism"
15 September 2009
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has said he will demand a compensation worth 777 trillion dollars for years of colonialism in New York later this month.
"I will tell the world that Africa deserves a 777-trillion-dollar compensation for the years of colonialism, massacres and slavery it was subjected to," Gaddafi told African leaders gathered in Tripoli on Wednesday night.
The Libyan leader also said that Africa deserves a permanent place in the security council even if there was no reform in the UN.
During the Non-Aligned Movement summit held in Egypt in July, Gaddafi called for the movement to establish its own security council as a counterweight to the UN Security Council, saying that the "security council has no power over the world's strongest countries" and that it only serves its permanent members.
"Foreign powers created inter-African problems inside the continent, so that African people would be distracted from building their unity and the continent would not be strong as the United States and Europe," Gaddafi told the Tripoli gathering.
EsinIslam[dot]Com
....
Nasser was a pro-Nazi pig who believed the general Islamic lie that somehow Israel is Arab land (?????)... by which logic Bolivia is Spanish land...

Oh to hell with you, Muzboy, you're mind is hopelessly twisted. You should not be circulating freely among the public.

Jahx
Level 8

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#1062 Jan 3, 2013
The blacks who sold other fellows to the Europeans could never imagine they would be mistreated like animals because, to them, slavery only had household aspect.

That's a very inconvenient untold truth for the whiteys...

The slave in Africa is treated respectfully and provided from all necessities for a happy life.

In the most of times, they are free people which choose for being slave to have a house, food and the minimal social conditions to a proper way of life.

Level 1

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#1063 Jan 3, 2013
Jahx wrote:
The blacks who sold other fellows to the Europeans could never imagine they would be mistreated like animals because, to them, slavery only had household aspect.

That's a very inconvenient untold truth for the whiteys...

The slave in Africa is treated respectfully and provided from all necessities for a happy life.

In the most of times, they are free people which choose for being slave to have a house, food and the minimal social conditions to a proper way of life.
You're lost,,.....
Mike NYC

Elmhurst, NY

#1064 Jan 3, 2013
normal Aussie wrote:
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You're lost,,.....
Otf! I think you're right.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

United States

#1065 Jan 11, 2013
I love it when white people try and give us their version of slavery, as if they ever tell the truth!

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