Black People : What is it like to black in amerika? Talk by DR. ASA GRANT HILLIARD III

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  1. candeesweet

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    Ha! He awesome!

    I understood him very well, but had I not done my own research, I probably would have had problems with what he said.


    He speaks about Ta-Seti being the oldest nation.
    He says the Africans went to Asians during the time of the 12th Dynasty, and he talks about Nefertiti being White/Asian and how the Asians came in during the 18th Dynasty.
    He speaks about the White Asians in Egypt during the 18th Dynasty rule.
    And then he talks about how the Whites came into Africa about the time of Christ and how during their dominantion for about 600 years, African queens ruled in Africa and, this is amazing to me because Whites came into Africa, like he said, during this time and took from Africa.
     
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    glad ya got what you got outta this talk.
     
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    This was very important simply because many of our people do not know that our first enemy was not white people but Asians...and ain't ish changed as of today except their methodology of doing what they do.
     
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