Black People : Ring of Power ~ Empire of the City

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  1. Feather

    Feather Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    If you love documentaries this thread is for you. i will refrain from posting the video because i don't want to break anymore rules. So the title of the documentary is "Ring of Power... as the thread title reads...search it. i hope you like it and learn and be empowered to act and see what it is you can do to help humanity rise from oppression on so many levels. peace.
     
  2. Kemetstry

    Kemetstry going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    If it's on youtube, apparently you can post the link





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    she banned me from posting videos and in other areas that had nothing to do with what happened which was just silly so i dont want anyone saying im posting videos elsewhere i dont need more nonsense.

    and to me it seems rude the way you said that. it was apparent to YOU because you are more familiar with her rules i guess im not trying to memorize them. i never had to look at the rules before forums are simple. I was accused of doing something i didnt do and was penalized for it... so i know what to expect. and im not going to ask why or ask for sympathy from anyone.

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    A bit thin skinned today are we? I dont know what brought this on. I have often run afowl of the posting rules. I have tried to reason with them. But this whining is a bit much. I didnt do it to you





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