A recommendation for a good YouTube channel

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  1. Kurolady08

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    This man is very knowledgeable. He talks about subjects on the behind the scenes look at Malcom Luther King, how the civil rights movement was just a way to indoctrinate blacks into socialism and how paganism to tied to Hollywood and “Christian “ holidays. His channel’s called is
    chronicles of judah. His videos are long but are so good you don’t mind.


    My only beef is that I think he’s a Hebrew Israelite, but his reasons are more grounded and still has many good observations. I think the Ashkenaz Jews are just white
     
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    His video on Muhammad Ali
    Martin Luther King: I know the title maybe a little out but it’s some interesting stuff
    And even did a video on Kneely Boi :
    @Waaqo of Punt @Tukraq
     
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  3. Waaqo of Punt

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    I follow him on twitter already. Interesting content. He def says a lot of truth but some of the things he says are questionable.
     
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    For a moment I was wondering if you were asking us to recommend channels :pachah1:
     
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    Who’s Malcolm Luther King? Off course a typo.

    Why would I as an African give a fok about Malcolm X?

    This is a man who was invited into Saudi Arabia by the Saudi monarchy in 1964 when every black man, woman and child in Saudi Arabia were still slaves and owned by Arab Saudis. He was served and called Mister by these slaves which he never uttered a word on their behalf due to their slave conditions. How can someone who’s fighting for the emancipation of blacks in his country be so cold-hearted towards his fellow black people who were experiencing slavery and yet, expect a black kid in Accra or in London to see him as a black revolutionary hero who fought to end the oppression of blacks? His sole agenda was to get funding from the Saudis after he split from the Nation of Islam. Anyone who puts this coon on that kind of a pedestal needs h/her head examined.
     
  9. astorecalledkmart

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    Sorry my friend, but I'm going to have to fact check you on this.

    Malcolm X was a state guest of King Faisal. Faisal abolished slavery in 1962, two years before Malcolm went. Malcolm X instilled in blacks and Africans a sense of self-worth not previously seen in North America. His influence on the civil rights and third world movements are undeniable.
     
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    Great fact checks, but Faysal was forced to at least make a public announcement & officially say, slavery is banned in Saudi Arabia by the Kennedy brothers because the Saudi Islamic clergy led by Ibn Baz were dead set against the idea. The deal was to officially announce it and life as normal goes on in Saudi Arabia. Slaves were still bought and sold in cities like Riyadh, Mecca, Jeddah, Medina and Khobar till the end of 1970’s.
     
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    Lol!!! Fuckin auto correct and I hate typing on the phone. I have stubbing fat fingers. No, Martin Luther King or should I say Micheal was being used by the communists and Jesse Jackson knew that he was going to be assassinated. It’s truth that the civil rights movement was basically used bring feminism in the black community. The NOI is really iffy, too. Never liked them. A lot of these “pro-black” movements are pleading to the white man for his approval. There no such thing as equality. I think a majority of the qabil wars are caused by trying to be “equal” Pro black just want a hug fro the white man. Why would I want to spend money at a business and contribute more wealth to them, if they FUCKIN hate me. Actually the actual Martin Luther was one of the main reasons with the Moorish rule fell. He named himself after a person that ended black/brown empire in the Middle Ages. And think about the messages he teaching with the whole turn the other cheek spiel. It’s way to make blacks docile and complacent with any mistreatment .
     
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    Huuno, have you ever heard of my enemy’s enemy is my friend. Minority groups like feminists, lgbt and others now support Muslims against fascists and neo-nazis and yet, these Muslims are intolerant to these groups defending them from neo-Nazi groups. You’re bringing here a similar argument.
     
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    Yes, much of that is true, but again it wasn't so much that Kennedy persuaded Faisal to abolish it that is significant, as the Americans had been trying to convince the Kingdom to ban slavery since the end of the Second World War, but rather that Faisal was the only one who stepped up and officially ended it. The reason why Kennedy did push for such a seemingly progressive agenda was to develop a firmer footing in securing African American support as a defender of black rights around the world during the rise of the NOI and an increasingly noisy domestic black population that was fed-up with Jim Crow, not out of an over-abundance of western post-Enlightenment altruism.
    I do appreciate how you qualify their clergy by their nationality, as opposed to implying that the slavery was Islamically sanctioned as others do. I agree, there is a dark and sinister history of racism and slavery in the Arab world, that unfortunately continues to this day in certain places, driven by their antediluvian culture.
     
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    Bro, they all hate us .
     
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    Sxb, in an environment like that Malcolm X knew very well not to mention the treatment of his fellow black men and women in Saudi Arabia. He kept his mouth shut and took their money. His major concern was to build an alternative Muslim black community in America after he left Nation of Islam and thus required funding. The man was a con artist and not someone who consciously grasped the evilness of slavery.
     
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    We thrive in hatred and that’s why we Somalis hate one another.
     
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    Brother, he as a Muslim had to make pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in his life. He met with the man who formally ended slavery (de jure I agree) - that does not equate to condoning Arab cultural practices, including evil institutions such as slavery. It would have been non-sensical for him to attack his host, who was the same man who had declared slavery illegal. Calling him a con artist is like calling anyone who works in a federal institution, such as the post office, a sell out. With respect to funding, he had many supporters and no funds whatsoever, as everything of his was owned by the NOI - and at the time, that SA government was decidedly more neutral when it came West vs. East compared to earlier and subsequent Saudi monarchies. Malcolm X is a hero who left an organization built upon a foundation of hypocrisy and lies., which was also in bed with the very oppressors who enslaved their people.
     
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    Sxb, the man decided to become a voice for the oppressed black people and by not making a comment about the conditions of the Saudi slaves that served him and his black entourage in the den of their master suggests only that he was only interested in Saudi money and would ignore the conditions of his fellow blacks. A Sellout at the highest order.
     
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