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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Etrusen(m): 11:45am On Dec 09, 2020
TheLionofLasigi:

I don't indulge inconsequential minorities.


oko mwen gho ta kpa ko !!!
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by TAO11(f): 5:13am On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:
yoruba slaves in Brazil trying to create ownership •••
The manner in which your benightedness and cluelessness pushes you from thread to thread is resoundingly staggering.

Anyways, in the video report below, many African-Americans of Edo ancestry trace their roots back to the Edo kingdom of Benin.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxDve0rwQbM

Yes, African Americans. cheesy Yes, the same people whose ancestors found themselves in the Americas via the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. grin Yes, they trace themselves back home to Benin kingdom. cheesy

Now I know your insecurity and defense mechanism would kick in to cause you to pretend to be unsure of how their Edo ancestors got enslaved and sold off in the first place. Lol.

Well, the testimony obtained from the Edos themselves by the late Professor R. E. Bradbury during his ethnographic survey of Benin kingdom is very telling in that regards. grin

Refer to the embedded image below (from page 112 of R. E. Bradbury’s “The Benin Kingdom and the Edo-Speaking Peoples of South Western Nigeria”, 1957) for some educative information in that regards:



Now, that you’ve found out how your people were enslaved and sold-off by the Yorubas, the difference you must now realize is that many Yorubas who were sold-off fought their freedom back home.

However, all the enslaved Edos (on the other hand) remained slaves in the Americas perpetually ad-infinitum.

Cc: gomojam, Balogunodua, babtoundey, TheLionofLasigi, Ideadoctor, Goldencheese

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Etrusen(m): 6:14am On Dec 10, 2020
TAO11:
The manner in which your benightedness and cluelessness pushes you from thread to thread is soundingly staggering.

Anyways, in the video report below, many African-Americans of Edo ancestry trace their roots back to the Edo kingdom of Benin.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxDve0rwQbM

Yes, African Americans. cheesy Yes, the same people whose ancestors found themselves in the Americas via the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. grin Yes, they trace themselves back home to Benin kingdom. cheesy

Now I know your insecurity and defense mechanism would kick in to cause you to pretend to be unsure of how their Edo ancestors got enslaved and sold off in the first place. Lol.

Well, the testimony obtained from the Edos themselves by the late Professor R. E. Bradbury during his ethnographic survey of Benin kingdom is very telling in that regards. grin

Refer to the embedded image below (from page 112 of R. E. Bradbury’s “The Benin Kingdom and the Edo-Speaking Peoples of South Western Nigeria”, 1957) for some educating information in that regards:



Now, that you’ve found out how your people were enslaved and sold-off courtesy of the Yorubas, the difference you must now realize is that many Yorubas who were sold-off fought their freedom back home.

However all the enslaved Edos remained slaves in the Americas perpetually ad-infinitum.

Cc: gomojam, Balogunodua, babtoundey, TheLionofLasigi, Ideadoctor, Goldencheese



madam carry your lie go that side, you have nothing to say my dear

yorubas will always try to copy benin but it will always end in failure


na your weak ancestors sell edo people as slave ?

even your history says it is not sure of itself

Una only dey write because people say they were invaded

gregyboy can correct your mind on this slave case of yours

please attend to her gregyboy.
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:14am On Dec 10, 2020
TAO11:
The manner in which your benightedness and cluelessness pushes you from thread to thread is soundingly staggering.

Anyways, in the video report below, many African-Americans of Edo ancestry trace their roots back to the Edo kingdom of Benin.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxDve0rwQbM

Yes, African Americans. cheesy Yes, the same people whose ancestors found themselves in the Americas via the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. grin Yes, they trace themselves back home to Benin kingdom. cheesy

Now I know your insecurity and defense mechanism would kick in to cause you to pretend to be unsure of how their Edo ancestors got enslaved and sold off in the first place. Lol.

Well, the testimony obtained from the Edos themselves by the late Professor R. E. Bradbury during his ethnographic survey of Benin kingdom is very telling in that regards. grin

Refer to the embedded image below (from page 112 of R. E. Bradbury’s “The Benin Kingdom and the Edo-Speaking Peoples of South Western Nigeria”, 1957) for some educating information in that regards:



Now, that you’ve found out how your people were enslaved and sold-off courtesy of the Yorubas, the difference you must now realize is that many Yorubas who were sold-off fought their freedom back home.

However all the enslaved Edos remained slaves in the Americas perpetually ad-infinitum.

Cc: gomojam, Balogunodua, babtoundey, TheLionofLasigi, Ideadoctor, Goldencheese

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:24am On Dec 10, 2020
Tao God bless you,Otun ti for won lenu, etrusen you dey hear me, Yoruba pass you wella ,Yoruba slaves left trace of their civilization and culture everywhere, not only that they fought their way to freedom I.e Haitian slave rebellion, and imale slave rebellion were pioneered by Yoruba slaves, am surprised to see that slaves are tracing their anscenstory back to your land,after running mouth that Benin are never defeated by any tribe, how will your people be sold as slaves unless they are conquered, gbosa for Tao 11 I dey feel you

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by TAO11(f): 7:24am On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:
madam carry your lie go that side, you have nothing to say my dear

yorubas will always try to copy benin but it will always end in failure

na your weak ancestors sell edo people as slave ?

even your history says it is not sure of itself

Una only dey write because people say they were invaded
can correct your mind on this slave case of yours

please attend to her gregyboy.
I’m glad that you’ve just plainly admitted publicly to being unable to muster any meaningful reply. cheesy grin

Keep it up, boy.

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by TAO11(f): 7:28am On Dec 10, 2020
Ideadoctor:
Tao God bless you,Otun ti for won lenu, etrusen you dey hear me, Yoruba pass you wella ,Yoruba slaves left trace of their civilization and culture everywhere, not only that they fought their way to freedom I.e Haitian slave rebellion, and imale slave rebellion were pioneered by Yoruba slaves, am surprised to see that slaves are tracing their anscenstory back to your land,after running mouth that Benin are never defeated by any tribe, how will your people be sold as slaves unless they are conquered, gbosa for Tao 11 I dey feel you
No problem. Just make sure to be archiving all these information. You will certainly still need them for these eternal liars.

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Etrusen(m): 7:38am On Dec 10, 2020
TAO11:
I’m glad that you’ve just plainly admitted publicly to being unable to muster any meaningful reply. cheesy grin

Keep it up, boy.



I don't want reply to your comment because it is obvious that you are an unchange liar

and gregyboy seem to get along with you even in lies but I can't

that's why am leaving you to him


and to that clown that mentioned me earlier, I have just one word for you

keep on being an enslaved clown to a lying master
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by TAO11(f): 7:49am On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:
I don't want reply to your comment because it is obvious that you are an unchange liar

and gregyboy seem to get along with you even in lies but I can't

that's why am leaving you to him


and to that clown that mentioned me earlier, I have just one word for you

keep on being an enslaved clown to a lying master
I’m glad you’ve just admitted publicly again (loudly this time around) to being unable to muster any meaningful reply. cheesy grin

Keep it up, boy.

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:53am On Dec 10, 2020
TAO11:
No problem. Just make sure to be archiving all these information. You will certainly still need them for these eternal liars.
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:54am On Dec 10, 2020
yes o,I would certainly need them

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:56am On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:




I don't want reply to your comment because it is obvious that you are an unchange liar

and gregyboy seem to get along with you even in lies but I can't

that's why am leaving you to him


and to that clown that mentioned me earlier, I have just one word for you

keep on being an enslaved clown to a lying master
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Etrusen(m): 7:56am On Dec 10, 2020
Ideadoctor:
yes o,I would certainly need them


another enslave clown to a lying master
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:59am On Dec 10, 2020
alaye shut up, no be say you no wan answer her comment, na because you no get answer,the evidence is too strong, the thing hit you like trailer,something you are not prepared for,Tao break your mouth

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 7:59am On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:


another enslave clown to a lying master
Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Ideadoctor(m): 8:00am On Dec 10, 2020
etrusen he far na? you don take your medicine?

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Balogunodua(m): 1:48pm On Dec 10, 2020
Etrusen:




madam carry your lie go that side, you have nothing to say my dear

yorubas will always try to copy benin but it will always end in failure


na your weak ancestors sell edo people as slave ?

even your history says it is not sure of itself

Una only dey write because people say they were invaded

gregyboy can correct your mind on this slave case of yours

please attend to her gregyboy.
After she trashed you ABI grin

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Re: Yoruba Is On Track To Be An Official Language In Brazil by Balogunodua(m): 1:54pm On Dec 10, 2020
TAO11:
The manner in which your benightedness and cluelessness pushes you from thread to thread is resoundingly staggering.

Anyways, in the video report below, many African-Americans of Edo ancestry trace their roots back to the Edo kingdom of Benin.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oxdve0rwq my

Yes, African Americans. cheesy Yes, the same people whose ancestors found themselves in the Americas via the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. grin Yes, they trace themselves back home to Benin kingdom. cheesy

Now I know your insecurity and defense mechanism would kick in to cause you to pretend to be unsure of how their Edo ancestors got enslaved and sold off in the first place. Lol.

Well, the testimony obtained from the Edos themselves by the late Professor R. E. Bradbury during his ethnographic survey of Benin kingdom is very telling in that regards. grin

Refer to the embedded image below (from page 112 of R. E. Bradbury’s “The Benin Kingdom and the Edo-Speaking Peoples of South Western Nigeria”, 1957) for some educating information in that regards:



Now, that you’ve found out how your people were enslaved and sold-off by the Yorubas, the difference you must now realize is that many Yorubas who were sold-off fought their freedom back home.

However, all the enslaved Edos (on the other hand) remained slaves in the Americas perpetually ad-infinitum.

Cc: gomojam, Balogunodua, babtoundey, TheLionofLasigi, Ideadoctor, Goldencheese

Another killshot... cheesy for Edo miscreants grin

Kai TOA you tewmuch jawe.... cheesy grin

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