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Did you know the British Royals have about $35 billion in assets, and they colonized every continent except Antarctica to get it?
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The source of Britain's wealth was / is the slave trade.
Reparations are owed worldwide, and if they were paid, this family would be broke.

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#Britain hooked the Chinese on #opium, and took over #HongKong in 1842.

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It is very important in this period of humanity to take a serious look at what is happening in the world friends.

Watch this video first in its entirety & reflect upon current situations critically.

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#Menticide is here & with it, a new attempt to establish a "#TechnoTotalitarian" rule over the lives of American citizens.

The final variant of #Coronavirus could very well be the manifestation of a #NewWorldOrder under #totalitarian rule.
That may sound absurd, but what is very concerning is that many talking heads in the media & even public figures are now making very carefully worded emotional appeals to logic to further induce a totalitarian #masspsychosis.
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August 1st marks the day slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire, freeing enslaved people in Canada. Racial inequality and anti-Black racism are legacies of enslavement. Mark #EmancipationDay by learning about enslavement in Canada with 6 @CdnEncyclopedia articles:
The #enslavement of #Indigenous peoples defines slavery in Canada and is part of a dark legacy of colonization. 2/3 of the slaves in New France were Indigenous. However, when slavery was abolished, enslaved Black ppl far outnumbered enslaved Indigenous ppl.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/sla…
In early Canada, the enslavement of African peoples was a legal instrument that helped fuel colonial economic enterprise. For 2 centuries, settlers in what is now Canada bought, sold & enslaved Black ppl, and were involved in the transatlantic slave trade. thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/bla…
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