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U.S. History is Lie. Slavery Never Existed

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 17:33
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Those involved in the institution of the slave narrative will never show you a slave ship. That is because it does not exist.  This perpetual lie must finally be put to an end on a Global Scale.

The Truth Must Be Revealed!“ Sovereign Crown Denderah

robeson-detailMany are unaware during the 1930’s indigenous performers, like Josephine Baker and Paul Robeson (he starred in both the stage and film versions of The Emperor Jones, ShowBoat and Othello.) made public statements in Europe to the atrocities (lynching) taking place in America to the indigenous people. Paul Robeson faced blacklisting and persecution from the FBI for speaking out. 

 

Talking about your heritage, or your connection to the land (or land rights) could get you killed.785c4677e99b211da49dee4f8085fae5

Here is an excerpt from a 65 years Original American Indian:

“When I was growing up, it wasn’t safe to be Indian. It was better to be thought of as Black or Negro. So, my mother always told us to never talk about who we were or what we were. She was afraid. She thought that we would get hurt or be killed. So, we just never talked about it much…especially away from home. But we knew who we were. We knew who our peoples were.”

see: End of the American Dream,  An Heir to the Throne Six Nations, Joint House Resolution 331

So in 2011 when I moved to the Northern Lands (Scandinavia), I also presented an affidavit and verbal statement outlining the atrocities killing my people, the indigenous people of the land, and the new technologies being used against them.

Now we finally come to the End of the American Dream; it was a nightmare many did not survive. – Sovereign Crown Denderah

The People Were Not Slaves, these People were Prisoners of War!

I Claim Jurisdiction Over the United States – New Lot of Khem

[Decreed on May 25, 2016 From Beginningless Time]

Announcement: http://beforeitsnews.com/international/2016/05/i-claim-jurisdiction-over-the-united-states-lot-of-khem-2490280.html

 

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  • LifeIs

    You contradict yourself. Compare THIS:

    “Those involved in the institution of the slave narrative will never show you a slave ship. That is because it does not exist.”

    With THIS:

    “When I was growing up, it wasn’t safe to be Indian. It was better to be thought of as Black or Negro.”

    Better to be thought of as an African who just got lost one day and wandered over here? Fell asleep in Africa and woke up here? Was picked up and carried here by a gust of wind? No, you’re acknowledging the slave trade.

    Which you can read about here:

    https://www.archives.gov/research/african-americans/slave-ship-manifests.html

    http://slavebiographies.org/resources.php

    • Grimes

      You are making your argument with the wrong person. Please go to the website noted.

      The above quote you listed was from a 65 year old who saids, “When I was growing up, it wasn’t safe to be Indian. It was better to be thought of as Black or Negro. So, my mother always told us to never talk about who we were or what we were. She was afraid. She thought that we would get hurt or be killed.”

      You can find that quote in Six Nations Joint House Resolution 331.

      Please contact Sovereign Crown Denderah on her website. DoMoreGoodDeeds.Wordpress.com

      • LifeIs

        I have no interest in the quote, apart from pointing out what SHOULD have been obvious to you. Few Africans came here on their own. And yet, there were plenty of African-Americans.

        Whose ancestors came on slave ships. BEFORE the trade was outlawed in 1807. Hey, that’s more evidence of the slave trade, the fact that Congress passed a law to stop it !

        Here’s something for you to look up. The slave ships no longer exist. Can you find ANY ship anywhere, that was built before 1807? I’m pretty sure most ships of that era no longer exist.

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