The Black Romans: The Moorish Nobles of Rome – Artefacts

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    1. Of course, a black person in Rome could not have been of nobility because every citizen of Rome including the “nigger” slaves would have been entitled to a carving of their image. Isn’t that why archaeologists are able to unearth carvings of entire towns and villages? And of course not, because every where black people are found around the world, they had to have been brought there as a result of the white/Arab slave trade.

      There is no way black people did anything significant to the world according to your Albino delusions. Ancient towns and villages were not in the habit of making carvings of their slaves, thus, your absurdities are just that. Ask yourself this, idiot, “When will I be getting my image carved? After all, I have lived the most significant life of being an internet warrior upholding Albino hegemony. Please tell me of a time when an individual who has lead an ordinary life whether they be slaves or regular citizens has had their imaged carved. Please find for me a carved image of let’s say a housewife or Joe Blow, mine worker whose only claim to fame was raising her family and providing for his family respectfully.

      the lioness, why are you even on this site? If you do not like the information that is presented, you can skip the site. Why are you Albinos threatened by any of this kind of information if it is not true? This site is for educating black people and to awaken them out of the slumber. You have your chimpout, stormfront, chimpmania, niggermania and the thousands of white blatantly racist websites to appeal to your degenerate thinking, please go to those site to voice your disdain. You are not welcome here. I do not visit the any of the above mentioned sites because I do not wish to expose myself to Albino psychopathy anymore than I have to.

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