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Our First Nation

What about the African Slave Trade?
Much of the so-called African Slave Trade was fabricated. There was no trade! An independent source showing that the so-called Indians on the Eastern Seaboard (also called Terra Nova), were Moors, is a book called; "Africans and Native Americans", by Jack D. Forbes. He shows in the book how many so-called Native American Indians were sold into slavery in Africa and Europe. This is the opposite direction in which we were taught the slave trade went in. These Native Americans or Indians were classified as Negroes and Blacks in the slaves books of Seville Spain and elsewhere. On page 29 he says; " slaves from Terranova show up in the slave markets of Seville and Valencia very soon after 1500. For example; in Valencia during the period to 1516, we find in 1503 Miguel, Manne, in 1505 Juan and Pedro, in 1507 Antonio and Juan Amarco, in 1515 Ali, now Melchor, in 1516 Catalina. ... they were all classified as Negroes...". if we were first brought to North America around 1619 or even 1555, for that matter, then how were they taking slaves from Newfoundland, to Europe? Keep in mind that one of the "Native Americans" even had the name "Ali" and all were classified as Negro once they reached Yalencia. How did a Native American in 1515 have the Moorish name "Ali"?

Bassa (Moorish Chief)

At least 3,000 Americans (so-called Indians) are known to have been shipped to Europe between 1493 and 1501 (the Columbus Expeditions), with the likely total being possibly double that. Most were sent to the Seville area, where they seem to show up in the slave markets as Negroes. These are major contradictions to the whole slave trade myth. Blacks were always in America! The "Missing Indians" are Negroes! The slaves sold on the slave markets in the South were initially the black people from right here in this Hemisphere. As they took the lands here, they enslaved the inhabitants of those lands who were blacks. The tens of millions of Americans (so-called Indians) who disappeared after 1492 did not all die in the 'holocaust' inflicted within America. Many thousand were sent to Europe and Africa as slaves. The whole slave trade myth is that the whole story was given to us in reverse. A mass colony of Africans were not shipped from Africa to America, but the truth is that Black Indians were shipped from America to Europe! They were then shipped from Spain to Africa as commodity for African resources. These Black Indians (now mistaken as Africans) were shipped back to America and classified as "African Slaves." This part of our history is what the school systems failed to mention in their history programs!

Conquistadors capturing Black Arawaks to take back to Spain

The Spanish hanging, beheading, and impaling Black Moors in Spain

Are you saying that there was no Slave Trade?

There was indeed a kidnapping of Africans from Africa to America. However, it was a result of the mass shipment and slaughter of Moors in America at the hands of Columbus' expeditions. Columbus' first journey in 1492 was a mission to capture gold but he was side tracked by the presence of the black Moors. Columbus sent word back to the Monarchs of Spain that there were (what he referred to in his logs as the people of Queen Sheba). Columbus kidnapped Arawak Indians along with gold nuggets, exotic birds, and grain. Queen Isabella provided Columbus with seventeen ships, 1500 men, cannons, crossbows, guns, and attack dogs for the second voyage. Columbus' new mission was to conquer the West. When Columbus returned to the West (Haiti) and South America in 1493, he not only took raw materials and resources but he abducted women. After a short time the Arawaks resisted Columbus and on March 25, 1495 Columbus slaughtered thousands of  Arawak natives of men, women, and babies. Columbus also rounded up 1500 Arawaks and shipped them to Spain.

The Arawaks that Columbus encountered / Modern day Arawaks mistakenly called Haitians.

Columbus became the first man known in history to send the first slaves across the Atlantic. Other nations rushed to emulate Columbus. In 1501 the Portuguese began to depopulate the Beotuk Indians to Cape Verde as slaves. The black Indian slavery destroyed the Indian nations of Natchez, Yamasee, Pequots. Because of this, the first African slave raid took place in 1505 and was spearheaded by Columbus' son. When the Moors (Indians) of America began dying and committing suicide the labor was replaced with slaves from the Sahara in West Africa. Also, the gold and silver that Columbus extracted from America fueled a 400% inflation that eroded the economies of non European nations and helped Europe to develop a global market system. Africa suffered a great economical blow. The Trans-Saharan trade collapsed because America supplied more precious gems than the African West Coast. African traders now only had one commodity that Europe wanted, slaves! African Sultans thus sold their own black people into slavery to whites. It is safe to say that Columbus is solely responsible for the slavery of the Moors from West to East and from East to West.

This is the bottom half of an African slave ship. These ships were called "Big Bottoms" as they were constructed to hold hundreds of Africans packed in like sardines. These trips from Africa to America took up to three to four months from east to west. According to history, these hundreds of Africans urinated on themselves during the journey. Four months of constant urination? These slaves would have literally drowned! Does this story make sense?

How did the Dogons (Malian Moors-Olmecs) arrive in America?

The Dogons were already on American land because they simply sailed over by way world wide wind and currents. The first of Africans to set foot on American soil were infact the Dogons of Mali who used such currents as The Canary and North Equilateral Current that recycles from West Africa to America and into the upper Atlantic Ocean. This was before the invention of sails. The Guinea Current flows eastward along the Guinea Coast with frequent cycles out to the sea where it joins the South Equatorial. The second group of Africans to land in America were under the leadership of Abubakari in 1311 and had mixed in with the Olmecs and became known as "Washo." The third group of Africans to land on American soil were the Idrisids who were the ruling dynasty of Southern Morocco and Mauritania who came into Morocco before the invasion by the Dogon Malians and the Senegalese. This group of Moors arrived in 1727 with Mansa Khan Musa who was searching for his ancestors of Abubakari.

African winds, tides, and currents