Chief Elder Osiris : Did Some Black Afrikans Of Afrika Profit From The Enslavement Of Our Ancestors?

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Did Some Black Afrikans Of Afrika Profit From The Enslavement Of Our Ancestors?


By Chief Elder Osiris


Here is a situation about the Black Afrikan Life concerning who assisted the Europeans in capturing to Enslave our Ancestors and sad to say, there were Black Afrikans assisting to capture and sale our Ancestors into being Enslaved, to be treated as Slaves in a far away land call America.

It does take the Mind of our Ancient First Way Ancestors to see what actually happen doing the Time when those who intruded in the lives of our Ancestors as thieve and robbers and as liars and deceivers, all such tactics were used to Enslave our Ancestors.

Now, let us not forget in the 1500's Afrika and the Afrikan Nation had already been reduced to become a less than Divine Nation acting as Human Beings, meaning that the Afrikans at the Time of our Ancestors Enslavement were believing as Human Beings believe, and not as Divine Being should have acted in such a situation of invasion to capture and Enslave our Ancestors.

So the question, did our Afrikan relative assist in Enslaving our Ancestors and did some of our Afrikan relatives profit from displaying such a cooperating spirit, with the spirit of the Devil himself, coming to take by force and with the ignorant cooperation by our Relative Afrikans, and the answer is a Divine Intelligence Yes.

Afrikans in the 1500's were not at the height of being in possession of our Divine Mind, Religion had conquer the mind of the Black Afrikan so deeply to the extent that Black Afrikans had experienced such a deep minded conversion until many did no longer identified themselves as Black Afrikans, and they did take on the acquired mind of our Arabs conquers, we being as Black as the Divine Night, calling ourselves Arabs and those Black Afrikans calling themselves Arabs did assist in capturing for a price our Afrikan Ancestors and there were some Black Afrikans who did sit on their Black Human Being Mind behind and bartered away with the enemy our Afrikan Ancestors, and any irrational emotion used to deny such a verified experience will not change that fact concerning the Enslavement of our Afrikan Ancestors and who among our relatives participated for profit.

Human Beings with a religious mind are very vainly selfish and is not honorable, and is vainly evil people, and at the Time of the coming of the portuguese, with the approval of the pope in the Vatican and the Royalty of England, and with an Islamic Arab conversion of many of the Black Afrikans, the Enslavement of our Ancestors were made to be possible.

So, in actuality it was White folks and Islamic converted Black Afrikans parading as Arabs, that did individually and Family of Afrikans, did profit from the Black Afrikan being Enslaved away to a foreign stolen Land call America.

Yet here we are today the Descendants from that Traitorous act by Black Afrikans who participated in the Enslavement of our Afrikan Ancestors, many of them now treating us as strangers, we who are Children of those that many Afrikans are responsible for us being in America today, here without having had a choice and being as strangers to the Afrikans in Afrika today, as they are acting as if we the Children of our Enslaved Ancestors do not have just as much or maybe more of a right to the Land of Afrika today.

Here we are, the children of the Middle Passage, now treated by the present day Afrikans made to come begging and so call negociating for Land that is already ours by birthright, just as those Afrikans who did not experience the selling and capturing of their Afrikan Ancestors by Afrikans and is in possession of part of Afrika today, when in fact we Black People, which include us children of our Enslaved Ancestors having a right today to Reparation and to every Nano Inch of that Land call Afrika.

Can You Understand That, Beloved?

Be Kind To Your Self, Beloved.

Hoteph
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Did Some Black Afrikans Of Afrika Profit From The Enslavement Of Our Ancestors?


By Chief Elder Osiris


Here is a situation about the Black Afrikan Life concerning who assisted the Europeans in capturing to Enslave our Ancestors and sad to say, there were Black Afrikans assisting to capture and sale our Ancestors into being Enslaved, to be treated as Slaves in a far away land call America.

It does take the Mind of our Ancient First Way Ancestors to see what actually happen doing the Time when those who intruded in the lives of our Ancestors as thieve and robbers and as liars and deceivers, all such tactics were used to Enslave our Ancestors.

Now, let us not forget in the 1500's Afrika and the Afrikan Nation had already been reduced to become a less than Divine Nation acting as Human Beings, meaning that the Afrikans at the Time of our Ancestors Enslavement were believing as Human Beings believe, and not as Divine Being should have acted in such a situation of invasion to capture and Enslave our Ancestors.

So the question, did our Afrikan relative assist in Enslaving our Ancestors and did some of our Afrikan relatives profit from displaying such a cooperating spirit, with the spirit of the Devil himself, coming to take by force and with the ignorant cooperation by our Relative Afrikans, and the answer is a Divine Intelligence Yes.

Afrikans in the 1500's were not at the height of being in possession of our Divine Mind, Religion had conquer the mind of the Black Afrikan so deeply to the extent that Black Afrikans had experienced such a deep minded conversion until many did no longer identified themselves as Black Afrikans, and they did take on the acquired mind of our Arabs conquers, we being as Black as the Divine Night, calling ourselves Arabs and those Black Afrikans calling themselves Arabs did assist in capturing for a price our Afrikan Ancestors and there were some Black Afrikans who did sit on their Black Human Being Mind behind and bartered away with the enemy our Afrikan Ancestors, and any irrational emotion used to deny such a verified experience will not change that fact concerning the Enslavement of our Afrikan Ancestors and who among our relatives participated for profit.

Human Beings with a religious mind are very vainly selfish and is not honorable, and is vainly evil people, and at the Time of the coming of the portuguese, with the approval of the pope in the Vatican and the Royalty of England, and with an Islamic Arab conversion of many of the Black Afrikans, the Enslavement of our Ancestors were made to be possible.

So, in actuality it was White folks and Islamic converted Black Afrikans parading as Arabs, that did individually and Family of Afrikans, did profit from the Black Afrikan being Enslaved away to a foreign stolen Land call America.

Yet here we are today the Descendants from that Traitorous act by Black Afrikans who participated in the Enslavement of our Afrikan Ancestors, many of them now treating us as strangers, we who are Children of those that many Afrikans are responsible for us being in America today, here without having had a choice and being as strangers to the Afrikans in Afrika today, as they are acting as if we the Children of our Enslaved Ancestors do not have just as much or maybe more of a right to the Land of Afrika today.

Here we are, the children of the Middle Passage, now treated by the present day Afrikans made to come begging and so call negociating for Land that is already ours by birthright, just as those Afrikans who did not experience the selling and capturing of their Afrikan Ancestors by Afrikans and is in possession of part of Afrika today, when in fact we Black People, which include us children of our Enslaved Ancestors having a right today to Reparation and to every Nano Inch of that Land call Afrika.

Can You Understand That, Beloved?

Be Kind To Your Self, Beloved.

Hoteph
Osiris
Chief Elder
copyright@2009

"Slavery", as it is often referred to by people, in African cultures was generally more like indentured servitude: "slaves" were not made to be chattel of other men, nor enslaved for life. African "slaves" were paid wages and were able to accumulate property. They often bought their own freedom and could then achieve social promotion -just as freedman in ancient Rome- some even rose to the status of kings (e.g. Jaja of Opobo and Sunni Ali Ber). Similar arguments were used by Western slave owners during the time of abolition, for example by John Wedderburn in Wedderburn v. Knight, the case that ended legal recognition of slavery in Scotland in 1776. Regardless of the legal options open to slave owners, rational cost-earning calculation and/or voluntary adoption of moral restraints often tended to mitigate (except with traders, who preferred to weed out the worthless weak individuals) the actual fate of slaves throughout history.

In Senegambia, between 1300 and 1900, close to one-third of the population was enslaved. In early Islamic states of the western Sudan, including Ghana (750–1076), Mali (1235–1645), Segou (1712–1861), and Songhai (1275–1591), about a third of the population were slaves. In Sierra Leone in the 19th century about half of the population consisted of slaves. In the 19th century at least half the population was enslaved among the Duala of the Cameroon, the Igbo and other peoples of the lower Niger, the Kongo, and the Kasanje kingdom and Chokwe of Angola. Among the Ashanti and Yoruba a third of the population consisted of slaves. The population of the Kanem (1600–1800) was about a third-slave. It was perhaps 40% in Bornu (1580–1890). Between 1750 and 1900 from one- to two-thirds of the entire population of the Fulani jihad states consisted of slaves. The population of the Sokoto caliphate formed by Hausas in the northern Nigeria and Cameroon was half-slave in the 19th cent.....

The kings of Dahomey sold their war captives into transatlantic slavery, who otherwise would have been killed in a ceremony known as the Annual Customs. As one of West Africa's principal slave states, Dahomey became extremely unpopular with neighbouring people.

Now I have been aware of the Dahomey, being this way before Islam, since my Black studies from childhood, as far as the statistics I doubt that any one from John Jackson, Cheik Anta Diop, Runoko Rashidi, Ivan van Sertima, or Dr Clarke would refute those figures

The sad fact remains is that Africans must out of survival today return to that divine conciousness and end the slave trade in the Congo around Coltan mining, and around the West Coast regarding Cocoa plantations,
and on both coasts regarding child prostitution.
 

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"Slavery", as it is often referred to by people, in African cultures was generally more like indentured servitude: "slaves" were not made to be chattel of other men, nor enslaved for life. African "slaves" were paid wages and were able to accumulate property. They often bought their own freedom and could then achieve social promotion -just as freedman in ancient Rome- some even rose to the status of kings (e.g. Jaja of Opobo and Sunni Ali Ber). Similar arguments were used by Western slave owners during the time of abolition, for example by John Wedderburn in Wedderburn v. Knight, the case that ended legal recognition of slavery in Scotland in 1776. Regardless of the legal options open to slave owners, rational cost-earning calculation and/or voluntary adoption of moral restraints often tended to mitigate (except with traders, who preferred to weed out the worthless weak individuals) the actual fate of slaves throughout history.

In Senegambia, between 1300 and 1900, close to one-third of the population was enslaved. In early Islamic states of the western Sudan, including Ghana (750–1076), Mali (1235–1645), Segou (1712–1861), and Songhai (1275–1591), about a third of the population were slaves. In Sierra Leone in the 19th century about half of the population consisted of slaves. In the 19th century at least half the population was enslaved among the Duala of the Cameroon, the Igbo and other peoples of the lower Niger, the Kongo, and the Kasanje kingdom and Chokwe of Angola. Among the Ashanti and Yoruba a third of the population consisted of slaves. The population of the Kanem (1600–1800) was about a third-slave. It was perhaps 40% in Bornu (1580–1890). Between 1750 and 1900 from one- to two-thirds of the entire population of the Fulani jihad states consisted of slaves. The population of the Sokoto caliphate formed by Hausas in the northern Nigeria and Cameroon was half-slave in the 19th cent.....

The kings of Dahomey sold their war captives into transatlantic slavery, who otherwise would have been killed in a ceremony known as the Annual Customs. As one of West Africa's principal slave states, Dahomey became extremely unpopular with neighbouring people.

Now I have been aware of the Dahomey, being this way before Islam, since my Black studies from childhood, as far as the statistics I doubt that any one from John Jackson, Cheik Anta Diop, Runoko Rashidi, Ivan van Sertima, or Dr Clarke would refute those figures

The sad fact remains is that Africans must out of survival today return to that divine conciousness and end the slave trade in the Congo around Coltan mining, and around the West Coast regarding Cocoa plantations,
and on both coasts regarding child prostitution.
This is the data from the Ashante royalty regarding this matter
http://www.pbs.org/wonders/fr_e3.htm
 

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Interesting thread!


However, we've still got lines drawn in the sand on this issue.
 

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