The truth about the Jewish transatlantic slave trade told by Jewish and black scholars

If you took the study of history into your own hands, this should not surprise you.
If you’re still bamboozled by the official narrative, this should rock your world.

If I concede, solely for discussion’s sake, that Jews were not the dominant force in the transatlantic slave trade, you have to concede that blacks, Jews and whites worked shoulder to shoulder at the edifice of slavery.

Blacks hunted their own brothers and sold them to Jewish traders for guns, alcohol and glass beads, Jews then distributed the goyim (Jewish word for “cattle” as well as for non-Jewish people) to white, Jewish and even black slave owners.

Last century, Jews started to throw their former white partners under the bus of fake history and propagandistic culture. The later generations of blacks jumped aboard the White Blame Only ship with the same goal: to make their ancestors’ contribution forgotten and obtain benefits from exploiting a more convenient fake narrative.

Their combined manipulative force can easily fool the majority, but can’t fool everyone all the time.

Here are some exceptions:

If this work gets enough love, I might come up with a follow up, there are much more sources, I just adapted to the human attention span.

bonus:

Facts about slavery never mentioned in school | Thomas Sowell
Dr. Tony Martin: The Jewish Role in the African Slave Trade
Dr. Tony Martin: How Jews obscure their involvement in the slave trade

also must see:

IN 1830, 3,775 FREE BLACK PEOPLE OWNED 12,740 BLACK SLAVES, AND OTHER INTERESTING INFO ON SLAVERY I FOUND ON SNOPES

OBAMA‚ÄôS ANCESTORS OWNED SLAVES.

OBAMA REFUSED TO PARDON BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS ICON MARCUS GARVEY, DESPITE FAMILY AND ACTIVISTS BEGGING

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