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Deuteronomy 28th chapter and Thirteenth Tribe

Reader comment on item: Farrakhan Demands Reparations from Jews
in response to reader comment: Yet another neglect of factual history by blacks

Submitted by iwantthetruth (United States), Oct 14, 2010 at 02:39

#1, farrakhan is wrong and has no business talking about reparations without addressing his Arab muslims who started the african slave tribe, notably brutal, and arab racism with slavery is in the Hadith, practiced today in a more oppressive psychological way.

Oh goodness, the ignorance of Egyptian history is staggering considering that Kemet means BLACK and predominately there were darker skinned-read BLACK not caucasian, not aryan, not arab, but BLACK thanks to the hierglyphs in Egypt we can tell the hebrew slaves were black. Napolean tried to take the color off of them.. Learn history and stop with this ignorant rewriting of it. Guess what, blacks weren't as primitive as bigots like to still cling too and hollywood and history loves to portray to an almost obsessive psychological brainwashing tool.

Deuteronomy 28:68 is about the Hebrews and the whole chapter fits black people. I've read the Thirteen Tribe by Arthur Koestler (RIP) and his life work is fascinating and accurate. It seems like from that book, the Jews have never been past the Caucus mountains.


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