I like the guy at 2:13 He reminds me of Mekhi Phifer the way he says, “you know you’re my slave right”? Gave me the goose pimples…
Will you be so kind as to tell me what part of this slave ship were niggers/niggas?
Mind you, nigger/nigga is a derogatory racial slur that was meant to dehumanize our ancestors. It was meant to strip them of their Israelite ancestry and forge a new one of low status.
[Our slavery is spoken of in the bible]
Deuteronomy 28:1-14 [Tells what’ll happen if our ancestors obeyed]
Deuteronomy 28:15-68 [Tells what’ll happen if our ancestors didn’t obey]
Deuteronomy 28:68 [Tells we’ll go into bandage with ships] [No man shall buy you means no man will be able to redeem you from this captivity, they will not be able to buy you out] [The word “buy” written in the Old Quaker English the King James Version Bible is written in means “to save or to redeem”] [Who else went into captivity with ships besides the so-called “black” people?]
Exodus 13:3 [Proof that Egypt means “house of bondage”, and not the physical land of Egypt. Egypt was named Mizraim at that time]
Luke 21:20 [Speaks of Roman persecution]
Luke 21:21 [We’re told to flee into the Atlas mountains on the Ivory coast of west Africa, and guess where the majority of the so-called African slaves were captures? Well, rather sold by Arabs and Africans. You might be asking, “why would Africans sell their own people”? They didn’t…]
Proof Israelites were dark skinned:
“Their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleaveth to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick.”
The Bible says that the visage of the Jews is “blacker than a coal”.
Let’s see what this word “visage” means when looked up in a dictionary.
From The Concise Oxford English Dictionary, Tenth Edition:
visage – poetic/literary a person’s face, with reference to the form of the features. a person’s facial expression
So we see the word visage relates to a person’s facial features. If the Jews of the Bible have facial features blacker than a coal, how are they Caucasian?
“Our skin was black like an oven because of the terrible famine.”
If the Jews of the Bible have skin “black like an oven”, how are they Caucasian? Caucasian people do not at any time turn any shade of brown, let alone “black like an oven”. Caucasians lack melanin to even turn the lightest shade of brown.
Job was an Israelite. Let’s see how he described himself:
“My skin is black upon me, and my bones are burned with heat.”
Job, an Israelite, says that his skin is black upon him. Do I need to say anything else? Where he says “and my bones are burned with heat”, that is referring to the affliction that he was going through.
King Solomon, one of the wisest men to ever walk the face of the earth, and one of the great kings of the nation of Israel, described himself as a black man!
SONG OF SOLOMON 1:1
“The song of songs, which is Solomon’s.”
The reason I went to this verse is to show that this is Solomon speaking. The world teaches the lie that this is some concubine or the Queen of Sheba. I dare anyone to come forth and prove according to Scripture that this is some “concubine” or the “Queen of Sheba” speaking instead of Solomon himself.
SONG OF SOLOMON 1:5
“I am black, but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon.”
Solomon, a Jew from the tribe of Judah, is describing himself as black! Furthermore, here is the verse in the original ancient Hebrew:
SHAYAR HASHAYARYAM 1:5
“Sha-chaa-war-ha an-ya, wa-na-ah-wah, ban-wath Ya-raw-sha-lam, ka-ah-hal-ya Qa-dar, ka-ya-ra-ya-i-wath Sha-la-mah.”
The first part of this verse which reads “Sha-chaa-war-ha an-ya” literally translates to “I am dark skinned”!
Let’s look up the meaning of the word for black, “shachar”, as used in this verse for proof:
This is the definition of shachar from The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible:
7838. shachar from 7835; prop. dusky, but also (absol.) jetty:— black
So the word “shachar” means “dusky”. Let’s look that word up and see what it means:
The definition of the word dusky from The Concise Oxford English Dictionary, Tenth Edition:
dusky – adj. (-ier, -iest) darkish in colour. euphemistic, dated or poetic/literary (of a person) black; dark-skinned.
Go here to see proof how the people in the land today are not the real Israelites.