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Kenny Jones

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I think a lot of people forget North Africa has always been Caucasian; it is Sub-Sarah Africa (below the Sarah Desert) that has always been black. Just as some seem to think of Africa as a single country, they also seem to think all the people on the Continent as of the same race.

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Clyde C Coger Jr

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I think a lot of people forget North Africa has always been Caucasian; it is Sub-Sarah Africa (below the Sarah Desert) that has always been black. Just as some seem to think of Africa as a single country, they also seem to think all the people on the Continent as of the same race.

Ken

Wrong Kenny,

The change was political with the advent of the Suez Canal in 1859.

https://destee.com/threads/out-of-africa-theory-in-question.81521/page-5#post-896794



The "flip-flop" speaks to him being disingenuous, which I had indicated in one of my posts.

Exactly, Africa and Asia remains one continent. It was changed politically with the advent of the Suez Canal in 1859. As the image below indicates, the so-called "Middle East" was also first known as the "Far East." When in actuality, it is properly North Africa.





Clyde C Coger Jr, Sep 4, 2014


Also, there is this, which explains your confusion:

https://destee.com/threads/black-history-month-we-carry-the-imprints-of-people-and-places.85497/page-2#post-942511


Black History Month: Aminah The Warrior Queen

Aminah of ZazZau (1533-1610), commonly known as The Warrior Queen, exemplified the term bada$$. The she was a leader with few peer. She expanded the territory where she lived, and unified the Hausa people of north Africa, modern day Nigeria, to the largest borders in history. Oddly enough, her real life persona would be the model for the wholly fictional television series “Xena Warrior Princess” ...

http://allhiphop.com/2016/02/04/black-history-month-aminah-the-warrior-queen/





Xena Warrior Princess.” Ain’t that a bish?



Amina was born around 1533 in Zaria, a province of today’s Nigeria. She was the daughter of Bakwa of Turunku. Their family’s wealth was derived from the trade of leather goods, cloth, kola, salt, horses and imported metals.

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Clyde C Coger Jr, Feb 12, 2016


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Kenny Jones

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Wrong Kenny,

The change was political with the advent of the Suez Canal in 1859.

https://destee.com/threads/out-of-africa-theory-in-question.81521/page-5#post-896794



The "flip-flop" speaks to him being disingenuous, which I had indicated in one of my posts.

Exactly, Africa and Asia remains one continent. It was changed politically with the advent of the Suez Canal in 1859. As the image below indicates, the so-called "Middle East" was also first known as the "Far East." When in actuality, it is properly North Africa.





Clyde C Coger Jr, Sep 4, 2014


Also, there is this, which explains your confusion:

https://destee.com/threads/black-history-month-we-carry-the-imprints-of-people-and-places.85497/page-2#post-942511


Black History Month: Aminah The Warrior Queen

Aminah of ZazZau (1533-1610), commonly known as The Warrior Queen, exemplified the term bada$$. The she was a leader with few peer. She expanded the territory where she lived, and unified the Hausa people of north Africa, modern day Nigeria, to the largest borders in history. Oddly enough, her real life persona would be the model for the wholly fictional television series “Xena Warrior Princess” ...

http://allhiphop.com/2016/02/04/black-history-month-aminah-the-warrior-queen/





Xena Warrior Princess.” Ain’t that a bish?



Amina was born around 1533 in Zaria, a province of today’s Nigeria. She was the daughter of Bakwa of Turunku. Their family’s wealth was derived from the trade of leather goods, cloth, kola, salt, horses and imported metals.

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Clyde C Coger Jr, Feb 12, 2016


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I made a point, you proclaimed me wrong, then you provide a link which has nothing to do with anything I said. You've addressed nothing I've said, and you've proved nothing I've said wrong, and the link provided you suspect as the source of my confusion; does not address anything I said. If you are going to say I am wrong, can you at least show me where I've gone wrong?

Ken
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

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I made a point, you proclaimed me wrong, then you provide a link which has nothing to do with anything I said. You've addressed nothing I've said, and you've proved nothing I've said wrong, and the link provided you suspect as the source of my confusion; does not address anything I said. If you are going to say I am wrong, can you at least show me where I've gone wrong?

Ken

Wrong again Kenny,

Here's exactly what you said:


I think a lot of people forget North Africa has always been Caucasian; it is Sub-Sarah Africa (below the Sarah Desert) that has always been black. Just as some seem to think of Africa as a single country, they also seem to think all the people on the Continent as of the same race.
Ken
Kenny Jones, Today at 2:15 PM

If I am to help show you were you are wrong, its takes two Kenny, I gave you what I had, you must read, digest and do the rest. There was a period, shown and proven by the links provided that the below statement of yours is just not true.


"North Africa has always been Caucasian"

Let me suggest you look back over the information, and hopefully, you'll come away with a different outlook, if not, there's nothing else I can do to help you.

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