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there is actually archeological and genetic proof of east african and west African remains that were here far before Natives or Europeans. You can't honestly believe 2-4000 Europeans and 16 ships brought 10 million Africans... Don't believe everything you've been taught in your white history book. Research history and genealogy yourself.

Mosiah Rahari, Facebook 7 Comments [10/10/2017 7:34:45 AM]
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"Research history and genealogy yourself."

Good advice, but not by reading Facebook and watching YouTube videos.

I would also be very interested in the "archeological and genetic proof" that Mr. Rahari mentioned. But remember, Facebook & YouTube don´t count!

10/10/2017 8:08:55 AM


Plus they chained themselves up and had the first tobacco crop ready and waiting for us in 1607!

10/10/2017 8:32:57 AM

" history and genealogy"??

I'm guessing this 'archeological proof' supports the fairy tales in the Book of Mormon...

10/10/2017 12:41:47 PM

Citizen Justin

I have no idea if any Africans ever did get to the Americas before the 'Native Americans', but if they did, they would have long since been assimilated by them by the time Columbus turned up. Their descendants certainly wouldn't be the 'Afro-Americans' of today.

@ 2103837

No, it's an 'Afrocentric' historical revisionist. Different from the people who say the Native Americans are Hebrews, albeit just as dumb.

10/10/2017 1:58:13 PM

Yossarian Lives

There were more than 16 slaver ships across that whole time period, silly, and they weren't all transported at once.

10/11/2017 2:42:32 AM


Really? Can I se yoir proof for this?

10/12/2017 8:20:01 PM

You guy are actually sad

This is what you do on your spare time. With tour life in general? None of you pussies even messaged on Facebook you had to come where you could hide your faces because we've all seen catfish, I'm well aware of what trolls look like in real life and the mental instabilities they suffer from. Keep living off your 4th grade history books. Bye now.

10/20/2017 1:43:18 AM

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