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Re: HAPPY TURKEY DAY? About the Seljuk TURKS & Israel, Part Two

Kocolicious ·
Welcome back to AA,org! This is good stuff. Blackfolks need to see this and recognize that the real Arabs/Semites were of African descent. They were homogenized as a result of the Asiatic/European harlots I,e, harem chattel stolen from their homeland in the Caucus mountains by the Pirates. And if you believe the bible....which I call one of the three slave books....you will notice how they homogenized the look of Jesus. Cuz if Jesus in fact existed he had to be A BLACK MAN with dreads.
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Re: HAPPY TURKEY DAY? About the Seljuk TURKS & Israel, Part Two

Chevron Dove ·
LOL! Okay... You said... "But"... Okay, I will brace myself! Here it comes! Thank you so much! Oh yes!!!-- the PIRATES; the PIRATHONS... I tell you, I agree with you! They sure must have brought those women down from the Cacasus! And well, 'the Slave Bible TEachings', that is what I call it. Jesus did say in scriptures, that the Bible was going to be BLASPHEMED and that if we don't do our own research and that if our righteousness does not exceed those lying authors, publishers, and lying...
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Funeral planned for Conn. slave who died in 1798

sunnubian ·
Funeral planned for Conn. slave who died in 1798 by John Christoffersen, Associated Press | September 12, 2013 at 1:18 PM Comments 12 Share on email Print <noscript>lt;img width="650" height="366" src="http://thegrio.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/fortuneslavecasket.jpg?w=650" class="attachment-single wp-post-image" alt="Fortuneamp;#039;s remains will lie in state in the Capitol rotunda in Hartford on Thursday before being taken by state police escort to Waterbury for a memorial service...
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HAPPY TURKEY DAY? About the Seljuk TURKS & Israel, Part Two

Chevron Dove ·
HAPPY TURKEY DAY? About the Seljuk TURKS & Israel, Part Two CONSTANTINOPLE TURKEY -- West Turkey Anatolia So why in the world would we today in America celebrate our Thanksgiving holiday with ‘the TURKEY’ being the main course of this THURSDAY HOLIDAY? Why would this one-day holiday always be celebrated on T HE LAST THURSDAY [i.e. or FOURTH THURSDAY] in the month of NOVEMBER ? In perspective, it could be viewed in a positive aspect, ‘the glass as half full’ or, it could be viewed in a...
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