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WE NAME AND SHAME THE NATION KILLERS

Before being transferred from ethnic-European governance to the globalist banking cartels, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) was Africa’s most prosperous nation, for all ethnicities. Forty years on, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, installed by the self-styled democracies, has brought about the devastation on a par with that of Eritrea and Somalia.

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IF YOU WISH TO SEE YOUR FUTURE LOOK BEHIND YOU

During the winter of 1636, an English ship bearing 61 men and women destined to be slaves on the plantations of Barbados slipped quietly out of Kinsale Harbor on Ireland’s southern coast. By the time Captain Joseph West’s ship arrived in the Caribbean in January 1637, eight of the 61 had died. The remainder were sold, including ten to the governor of Barbados, for 450 pounds of sugar apiece.

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