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The Atlantic slave trade: What too few textbooks told you – Anthony Hazard

The Atlantic slave trade: What too few textbooks told you – Anthony Hazard



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  1. Israelite Daggerz

    Deuteronomy 28:68
    And the Lord shall bring thee into Egypt again with ships, by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies for bondmen and bondwomen, and no man shall buy you. (meaning no man shall free you)!

    YOU DEVILS DONT REALIZE THAT YOU ENSLAVED THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL THE DIRECT DESCENDANTS OF JESUS! THE REAL JEWS ARE THE AFRICAN AMERICANS.

  2. RONALD L. JONES, PE

    How you could discuss the Atlantic Salve Trade and not use the facts that Islam captured them and sold them to the white ship captains is incredibly islamaphobic. I promise to never watch any of your propaganda and fake videos no more, forever.

  3. No Bozos

    Citing that U.S. Christians deemed slaves sub-human to justify slavery is a false narrative. People who benefited from slavery used that ploy to quell the average Christian from taking umbrage with the practice.

    The Abolitionists in the U.S. were true Christians. They were the ones that led the charge against slavery. They were also the ones to sway public opinion against the practice.

    I love how these pseudo intellectuals like to backhand blame Christianity for slavery.

  4. Angela Greene

    In this is said that Africans were sold, but that was not in general. Some greedy Africans did sell other Africans, but the majority of Africans were kidnapped, taken, captured however you want to put it. That is no lie research for yourselves. This is white men's way of playing that part down.

  5. demariojason

    King Ghezo, an African King even bragged on trading African people he called "prisoners, for goods and for his people to prosper." Alot people don't understand you must factor things like this in for the whole truth.

  6. i didn't do it ladies

    It's sounds good but it don't make no sense if Europeans first arrive in America's in late 1400s and early 1500s but they started African slaves trade right after they came not mention people was already populated here and in history they say first African slaves arrived in 1619 …….somebodies or someone is lying

  7. Frank

    Loll this video is a joke. Men were killed. The children n women Were stolen and began the chattel family slavery system. They do it with chickens. They still doing it today in Libya and United states. For what reasons I dont know. At least it made sense before.they needed crops

  8. Jesús Navas

    It's an historical fact that only Spanish and Portuguese traffic with slaves. The British, French and Dutch always fought for the human rights of their fellow Africans 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️ please, stop manipulating the History.

  9. Tony Williams

    Now tell what AfRaKans contributed to the world on the next video. This will clear up all the ambiguity surrounding the questions, "Why and How"?

    And there not being enough European indentured colonists to work in the field was not the primary reason for needing AfRaKans. Intellect and biological makeup were there linchpins so to speak. Mathematics, language, architecture, etc. are all proven spiritual sciences created by AfRaKans. And AfRaKan bodies naturally absorb sunlight and converts it into usable energy (study provided there info on how to create solar panels). European bodies being unable to absorb this light resulted in severe burns, exhaustion, cancer, and more prevented them from being productive in the raw habitat of nature.

    P. S. And those were not AfRaKans that kidnapped and sold AfRaKans.

  10. ddland45

    Try explaining the difference between 'classical slavery' and what was practiced during this period of time to people who constantly want to argue that all races have experienced "slavery". None have endured the kinds of dehumanization that Africans endured at the hands of Europeans. Even the Africans who sold their fellows into slavery didn't consider those sold into bondage as 'less than human' chattel.

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