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JumpingTheShark
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I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
The Native Americans definitely traded and kept African slaves.

What else would fall under this topic?


Landmass
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Some blacks fought for the South in the Civil War.


Sherman Klump
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Not all white people are racist.

ETA: I suppose that’s a racist statement.
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tiggerthetooth
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Don Cheadle has ancestors that were still slaves after emancipation because they were enslaved by native Americans on reservations.


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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Joe Biden is a pedo racist


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2021coolGirl
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Native Americans stole land from each other and killed at will.


tigersownall
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
I like your style


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DMagic
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
That 1920 was the real year America ended


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bad93ex
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
The United States is the World Police.


GREENHEAD22
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
A large number of free people if color (blacks) had slaves in the south.

Most slaves were sold to traders by other Africans because they were already slaves to the Africans.

In fact some of the biggest slavers in history were black muslims.
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LSUSUPERSTAR
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
There is no such thing as "native americans". There are only people that settled here before others and couldn't hold their land due to lesser weapon technology and weak immune systems.
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Klingler7
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Black Bush was really after the oil in Iraq.


OldHickory
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Michelle Obama has a penis.


tduecen
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
12 million slaves where brought to the New Word, only 3 million came to North America


More slavery in the world today than at any other point in history


Carnac
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
That Abe planned to send all of the newly freed slaves back to Africa.


Texas ellessu
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Indigenous really means those that couldn't defend their land.


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thermal9221
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
A majority of the ot lean right politically and are convinced that what they say is law and anyone who says differently should die in a fire in their minds.



Booyow
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
quote:

Black Bush was really after the oil in Iraq.


Oil? Bitch, whatchu talking about...you cooking or something?


East Coast Band
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
No American living today has ever been a slave, nor has anyone of their ancestors that were alive when they were born.


Penrod
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re: I’ll take “things that are conveniently never discussed” for $200, Alex
Buddy, EVERYBODY kept slaves back in the day - if they could afford them.

The Arabs raided the Greek Islands and all the northern shores of the Mediterranean for slaves - women for their harems and men to do hard labor, including rowing the galleys.

The Nordic people took slaves all over Northern Europe, Normandy and the British Isles.

The American Indians routinely took slaves from other Indian tribes (and stole their land, committed genocide, etc)

Sub-Saharan Africans were tribal peoples who committed every atrocity the American Indians did, including slavery. In fact, the American slavery so much abhorred was stocked with slaves captured primarily by black Africans.

The Japanese enslaved Koreans and Chinese. The Chinese are CURRENTLY enslaving muslims.

What makes western civilization unique is that they GAVE UP SLAVERY VOLUNTARILY due to conscious. I had no part in any of this, but I tend to be proud of our ancestors for their part in slavery - the British for employing their navy to patrol the African West Coast to prevent slavers. The Americans for spending their treasure and their blood to free the slaves. Who else in the world did that?


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