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Klajd Kapinova: Denkyira kingdom Slavery was historically a tradition in the Ashanti Empire (Africa)

E enjte, 25.06.2020, 12:28 PM

Denkyira kingdom Slavery was historically a tradition in the Ashanti Empire (Africa)

Why are MLK or Obama statues right to be kept where they are while the statue of the first US President George Washington by demonstrators should be removed!?

“Stop taking away our self-confidence by telling us that we can’t because of racism, because of slavery. I’ve never been a slave in this country.” – Candace Owens

By Klajd Kapinova

Slavery existed in various African countries. Hundreds of centuries ago slave owners were African and not European or American.

Why don't those who talk about slavery in America today long ago show the origin of slavery as it was born and who practiced it?

The kings sold them for market goods and the buyers took them to the farms they had. Many slaves went to ancient Rome and became gladiators.

In North Africa, there were hundreds of slaves working in many shipping ports. The owners of sailing ships took the African and European slaves with them wherever they traveled around the world.

They also stopped in America. In the 1500s and 1600s in America there were white slaves and mostly Irish people. So slavery was born in Africa by African kings. In Europe there was slavery of white people.

In North Africa, the Ottoman Islamic Empire had millions of white slaves working in labor camps. The empire in question protected the girls and women of Christian states as sex slaves for the imperial court.

They also had colored slaves who had been bought by African owners who were very wealthy people. It was most widespread in ancient Greece and ancient Rome.

The slavery of people of color in America was not created by Native Americans. Slavery was widespread in Africa, and so did school children.

The bad thing is that in high school and American universities there is more talk about the positive values of communism and socialism than about the persecution and slavery that has spread in Africa.

This slave was transported from Africa to America. It was Republican President Abraham Linkoln who gave freedom to African Americans living in the United States.

The 21st century generation does not have to play the role of victim, because no one prejudices them. They are free everywhere.

Today's demonstrations in the name of racism are nothing but a real recognition of the history of the first demonstrators. Playing the role of the victim in the 21st century is absurd. It is not the fault of today's generations for the early history of five or centuries that has taken place in America.

Denkyira kingdom Slavery in Africa

Confession: I DO NOT support George Floyd and I refuse to see him as a martyr. But I hope his family receives justice. -  Candace Owens
And not ONE knee for the citizens and law enforcement officers killed. That should tell you something.

This is kneeling as a reward for the burners of the cars of the citizens on the streets. This is an appreciation and honor for the "protesters" who burn police cars, kill 8 police officers and injure thousands more across the United States.

Humiliation in the face of those "peaceful" demonstrators who have burned the shops of innocent people, who for many years with hard work and sweat have raised them in the service of our community.

This is an insult and a reward for those who steal the goods of the shops and then set fire to the supermarkets, the churches, desecrate the historical monuments of our people.

Sitting in sin before non-peaceful protesters and comparing them to God and Christ is not normal and humane.

The name Asante means "because of war". The word derives from the Twi words ɔsa meaning "war" and nti meaning "because of".

This name comes from the Asante's origin as a kingdom created to fight the Denkyira kingdom Slavery was historically a tradition in the Ashanti Empire (Africa), with slaves typically taken as captives from enemies in warfare.

The welfare of their slaves varied from being able to acquire wealth and intermarry with the master's family to being sacrificed in funeral ceremonies.

America is not a racist country

“America is not a racist country, The people that continue to tell us that have a vested interest in racism,” Owens according to reporter Daniel Dale.

“Stop selling us our own oppression,” Owens continued in a video posted by The Daily Beast. “Stop taking away our self-confidence by telling us that we can’t because of racism, because of slavery. I’ve never been a slave in this country.”

Her comments about slavery mirror what Kanye West said during his controversial rant at TMZ in May 2018.

Owens was present for the interview when the rapper said, “You hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? That sound like a choice.”

Several people have called out the prominent Black conservative for her statement including host and digital analyst Roland Martin.

According to the News Times, more than a decade ago Owens’ family took legal action after she received messages using a racial slur from fellow high school classmates threatening to kill her.

In 2016, she wrote an open letter to the Stamford Advocate where she said the racial epithet “destroyed” her and led her to an eating disorder for which she needed therapy.

Why are two standards used!?

Why are MLK or Obama statues right to be kept where they are while the statue of the first US President George Washington by demonstrators should be removed!?

Who are you to determine who is good and bad in America's glorious history!?

White slavery (also white slave trade or white slave trafficking) refers to the chattel slavery of Europeans, whether by non-Europeans (such as North Africans and the Muslim world), or by other Europeans (for example naval galley slaves or the Viking's thralls).

Slaves of European origin were present in ancient Rome and the Ottoman Empire.

On the European continent under feudalism, there were various forms of status applying to people (such as serf, bordar, villein, vagabond and slave) who were indentured or forced to labor.

Under Muslim rule, the Arab slave trades that included Caucasian captives were often fueled by raids into European territories or were taken as children in the form of a blood tax from the families of citizens of conquered territories to serve the empire for a variety of functions. In the mid-19th century, the term 'white slavery' was used to describe the Christian slaves that were sold into the Barbary slave trade.

Criminal Law Amendment (White Slave Traffic) Bill

The modern legal term applies more narrowly to sexual slavery, forced prostitution and human trafficking, with less focus on the skin color of victims or perpetrators.

To battle sex trafficking in the United States, in 1910 the US Congress passed the White Slave Traffic Act (better known as the Mann Act), which made it a felony to transport women across state borders for the purpose of "prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose."

As more women were being trafficked from foreign countries, the US began passing immigration acts to curtail aliens from entering the country such as the Emergency Quota Act of 1921 and the Immigration Act of 1924.

Following the banning of immigrants during the 1920s, human trafficking was not considered a major issue until the 1990s.

An attempt was made to introduce a similar law into the UK between 1910 and 1913 as the Criminal Law Amendment Act 1912. Arthur Lee would state in the House of Commons: "the United Kingdom, and particularly England, is increasingly becoming a clearing-house and depot and dispatch centre of the white slave traffic, and the headquarters of the foreign agents engaged in the most expensive and lucrative phase of the business."

South America was stated as the main destination for the trafficked girls. The Spectator commented that "the Bill has been blocked by a member (alluding to Frederick Booth) or members who, for various reasons consider that it is not a measure which ought to be placed upon the statute book" as it would affect the liberty of the individual.

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