Black People : 100's of BLACK negro Moors Images in Europe

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  1. Keita Kenyatta

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    Wheres the pics?
     
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    Amazing!

    But they are NOT lying when they say these Moorish people in positions of leadership were also slaves. That is truth and we are now only getting ready to repeat this very history, if we don't awaken to what is going on today.

    President Obama is the leader of an old government of White Supremacy and that has not changed and with him in office and 90 percent of support coming from descendants of slaves, this same kind of history in Europe will be repeated if there is no higher power to intervene. The Moors that you see all over Europe were pivital in Europe enslaving millions and millions of other African type people in Europe and Africa and beyond. Then after the Whites and Arab racist were able to exploit us, they turned on these Moorish leaders too, AND PROBABLY DID THEM IN AS WELL. This is repeated history, over and over again since time immemorial.

    This is the same thing that happen in the east with the Buddhist religion. The original statues of Buddha were of African figures, totally Black...like Black as coal...but later they became made lighter and lighter...and probably many of the Black or origninal images were destroyed while there are probably many pics today that would show this information.

    Buddhism became significant just after the over throw of Neo Babylon and this would follow a common path showing that the people that were the foundation of this 'new path' had to have been totally Black 'Chaldeans' as they were dispossessed of their lands in ancient Iraq and the survivors that went into India and eastwards adopted new ways to survive. The Persians that overthrew them wouldn't allow them to practice their old pathways...so Buddhism became a pathway that built up off of something. Anyway, it became widely followed but eventually, White Supremacy in the form of Alexander-the-great followed and then came the distortion, etc. etc. etc...

    When that Muslim Seljuk man was in power, I think his name was Suleiman, the same thing happened again. They used him too, to exploit the Americas as well as North Africa and etc. Then after he died, they revealed all of the dirt they could on him, including talking about his favorite 'Boons' and how he did his own brothers in...

    The Moors were always sought out, in my opinion, [& the Celts bonded with the Moors] more than any other ancient Blacks to throw down other Black civilizations and etc., but like all, the Moors weren't all negative. At any rate, Wow! what a great youtube.
     
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    Historical revisionism
     
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    Oh! Well maybe, but hopefully you'll add more to what you've just said. I had to look up the word you put:


    Revisionism
    reconsidering of accepted truths: the re-examining of long-established practices, views, or beliefs, especially when such re-examination is regarded as unnecessary or misguided
    Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    Well, maybe I might be misguided but I don't think I am. i took a class in college called humanities and studied up on what I wrote and no, I don't think I'm misguided. But again, hope you elaborate on why you say this.
     
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    Let's see how you connect the dots!

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melungeon
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanticoke_Lenni-Lenape
    http://www.eclectica.org/v5n3/hashaw.html
    http://www.virginiaplaces.org/population/melungeon.html
    http://www.nanticoke-lenape.info/confederation.htm

    http://hewhowalkstall.com/continuin...-tribal-communities-of-the-delaware-bay-area/

    http://nativeamericansofdelawarestate.com/MoorsOfDelaware/articles.html

    http://nativeamericansofdelawarestate.com/moorsofdelaware/moor4.html

    http://melungeon.ning.com/m/discussion?id=6423467:Topic:902

    https://sites.google.com/site/mattymoo/delawaremoors

    The 'GOD' of the Moors from Congo.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulungu
     
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    You may want to ask yourself what the difference is between a Moor and a Kemite or Dogon or Yoruba first.
     
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    Wow! You have got to be kidding!

    this is amazing information. I have read the first four post you put up and immediately saw the connection to Moors and I saw their connection to the history that revolved around Porteguese and Angola. The spelling as 'Malungu' made it obvious of their connections to Africa.

    Where in the world did you get this information! I'm coming back to this page. I just recently read about a Spanish colony in the Carolinas, both North Carolina and South Carolina called 'Guadaloupe' in which captured Africans rebelled and later intermixed with natives during the 1500s and now this!?
     
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    I'm curious how this happened when the so called natives themselves were black and were the OTHER SET OF MOORS who separated from the Moors that stayed in what we call Afraka??????....and were governing this land like the vatican and wallstreet combined???
     
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    Please! i know there is a distinction between Moors, Dogon, and Yoruba! This guy is attempting to say that I am 'rewriting history' concerning what you provided about the many Moors in Europe, and it seem obvious to me that he is one of those kind of people that just wants to accept the 'Normal, accepted, white version of history, no questions asked!'--

    He seems to have a problem understanding my input for some strange reason, even if I provide references.

    I repeat here, that you information is awesome, but it doesn't surprise me about the signigican presence of the Moors all over Europe that has been suppressed by White movements and attempts to hide that kind of history. THEY DONE THAT BEFORE, OVER AND OVER AGAIN. AND IF ANYONE THINK THAT IS UNNECESSARY AND REVISIONIST, it seems like they just don't want to ruffle the feathers of true and hidden history.

    Now, I agree with what your thread, so if I'm missing a point, I would appreciate some more input. I just elaborated on this thread to stress that there is much more history about the Moors that also needs to be brought out as well, otherwise the context will be misrepresented again. I don't believe that all of the Moorish contributions to history is all negative and I wanted to add some information to put forht a kind of balance to the total Black AFrican experience.
     
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