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The Siddis: Bantu Israelite captives in India | Their misery & suffering

The Siddis: Bantu Israelite captives in India | Their misery & suffering

In this video we take a look at the Bantu Israelites from East Africa who were sold into slavery by Arab traders to India and other parts of Asia. They are known as the Siddis among the people of India. If you want to learn more about the Siddis, you can check out this playlist: The great awakening of the Bantu or Negro is finally happening, just like it is documented in Ezekiel 37. As we continue to educate ourselves and our people, we must restore the laws of our fathers. That's the foundation upon which we have to rebuild our nation. The nations do not fear the names Congolese, Angolan, African American, Haitian, Jamaican, Bantu, Negro, etc. Those names came about as a result of the crafty counsel that the nations had taken against us to divide us and scatter us all over the world through colonization and slavery. For the past decades, the world has been at rest when it comes to us Bantus or Negroes. They had nothing to worry about because we were lost, we had no real identity. But all of that has suddenly and drastically changed in the last few years. The Bantu people or Negroes have finally found their footing! We now know who we are. We're standing up! Our awakening is terrifying the world. Fear has fallen upon the nations. It's as if they never expected us to discover their plot, much less be able to overcome it. The truth is out. The lion has awakened. We are the Israelites. The single deadliest and most powerful name, identity, nationality and heritage that has ever been bestowed on a race of people is ours: Israelite. Jacob never loses. So let history repeat itself. Bantu/Negro, your power lies in your heritage. Come back to the laws of your fathers; wisdom, knowledge and understanding are found therein. It's time to rebuild our nation. Check out our other videos: -- The nations fear the Bantu Israelites. -- Christianity is a terrorist organization -- The Congo area was called Land of the Jews in 1588 -- Slave ships from Juda brought Jews to Haiti -- The history books say that Jews are black. -- Jewish artifacts from Europe shows black men. -- The Khazars, white people, became Jewish. -- Edomites became Jewish by force. -- Rara Music: An Israelite Custom Among The Jews of Haiti. ______ Congo, Congolese, Haiti, Haitians, Jamaicans, African Americans, American Blacks, Cameroon, Cameroun, Angola, Angolans, Gabon, Gabonese, Negroes, Bantu, Bantu people, Blacks, Black People, Black History, Judah, Kongo, Africa, Slavery. Kingdom of Kongo, Kingdom of Judah, Black Jews, West Africa, Gold Coast, Dahomey Jews, Mavumbu Jews, Loango Jews, Jews of St Thomas, San Tomé Jews, Loanda Jews. Expulsion of the Jews from Spain and Portugal. The colony of Saint-Domingue. South Africa, Apartheid, Zulu. Siddis, Afro-Indians. Hebrew Israelites. ---------------------------------------------- All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ----- Source: -- National Geographic

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