A Brief Look At Two (((TV Miniseries))) That Have Instilled Weaponized Historical Narratives

I’ve often argued that our collective historical narrative has been weaponized against White people by the organized Jewish community, academia, and the mass media and “entertainment” industry centered in (((Hollywood))). Two historical narratives in particular have been entirely distorted and falsified in order to demonize and slander White people and our accomplishments as well as delegitimize any form of pro-White racial identity: the narrative explaining African slavery in early American history and the official narrative explaining WWII and the purported Jewish “Holocaust”.

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NIGERIAN SLAVES HAVE ORGANS HARVESTED, BODIES MUTILATED AND ARE SET ON FIRE, HORRIFYING PICTURES REVEAL

A burned corpse hanging upside down. Three men standing side by side with scars covering the wounds from their stolen internal organs. Human beings for sale.

These are the searing images of modern day slavery taking place across Libya, posted by a former Nigerian minister after a CNN investigation revealed that Nigerian migrants are being sold into slavery by smugglers for $200.

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African migrants being sold as slaves by Libyan human traffickers ‘have their organs harvested, bodies mutilated and roasted like kebabs’ claims Nigerian ex-minister

Femi Fani-Kayode, a onetime aviation minister in Nigeria, claimed that 75 per cent of slaves who have their organs harvested in North Africa are from his country.

The Cambridge University-educated lawyer added that the victims have their ‘bodies mutilated’ and are ‘roasted like suya [shish kebabs]’.

He went on: ‘Roasted alive! This is what Libyans do to sub-Saharan Africans who are looking for a transit point to Europe.

‘They sell them into slavery and either murder, mutilate, torture or work them to death.’

Fani-Kayode, writing on Twitter, also bemoaned the overthrow of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and attacked Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari for ‘remaining silent’ about slavery.

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