The African Roots of the Japanese Ainus – By IronLion

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Descendant of the Japanese Ainu. Note the Cobra on his Crown.

And compare with the Uraeus of the Crown of the King of Egypt:


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  1. Truly I have, until reading this page, thought that the black race was the most unscientific and backward and unwilling to push forward in development; primarily because of the continuous wars and bad governance on the continent. Reading surfing the web, I felt a twitch of pride to learn that Europe had Moorish kings. Now, I am completely proud of being a black man living in Sierra Leone.

    1. You should be proud of being black not because of racial reasons or accomplishments of others. Be proud because of who you are not because of historical facts.

  2. Recently I discovered a black ancestor while tracing my Native American heritage. That didn’t surprise me a great deal since maybe of Americans harbored black slaves one point in history but the possibility of that ancestry in present in my European heritage definitely surprised me. I didn’t realize that African people had made such a presence in Europe and that early in history. It shows how biased and inaccurate the history books are when it comes to reporting on people of color.

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