White slaves? Irish slaves & the barbary slave trade. Let’s separate the myth from the facts.
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Have you ever had a white person tell you to get over slavery because “white people were slaves too”? In this video I will debunk these lies & separate the myth from the facts.
Questions that many people have are “were white people slaves too?” & “were white people the first slaves?”
The reason for these types of questions is mainly due to whenever Black people discuss the affects of slavery…. The descendants of pilgrims always feel the need to chime in with “but we were slaves too!” In fact in many cases Black people on’t even need to mention slavery for white people to feel the need to interject with this statement.
In this video we look at the myth of Irish slaves & the barbary slave trade. I will also explore the differences between slavery and indentured servants.
The barbary slave trade
Firstly the Barbary pirates enslaved everyone, regardless of race. A case of “All Slaves Matter”. Secondly, the barbary pirates were not necessarily Black. In fact most of them came from the Ottoman Empire, which is modern day Turkey. Europe… Eurasia.
As I have stated many times before “white people want to be the victors & the victims, but never seen as the villains”.
In order to know the truth about slavery, you must tell the whole truth & also nothing but the truth. Not just bits & pieces, picking the parts that hide the true atrocities. In conclusion can you really trust the stories of your oppressor.
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