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THE REAL SLAVS (slaves)—Serfs, Peasants and Villains
Serfdom became the dominant form of relation between Russian peasants and nobility in the 17th century…
Serfdom most commonly existed in the central and southern areas of the Tsardom of Russia and of the subsequent Russian Empire…
Emperor Alexander II abolished serfdom in the emancipation reform of 1861…
The Caucasian is particularly fond of ALWAYS depicting so called Blacks as slaves…
As a matter of fact, Caucasians have managed to make ‘BLACK’ synonymous with slave, when in fact it was the so called white Slavic people who were originally synonymous with slave (Slav = Slave)
What they’ve done in the school system is they’ve convinced so called black people that the term ‘slave’ is synonymous with the term ‘black’
So whenever you think of the term ‘slave’ you think of a so called black person…
When in reality the term ‘slave’ is in reference to the Caucasian…
The term ‘slave’ and the word ‘slav’ have the same origin…
It’s a term that comes from the medieval time period when the so called Caucasian was known as a Slav or slave…
His job was to work the fields for his so called black overlord…
In Europe, during the medieval time period, so called blacks were the ones that controlled Europe, which has been proven multiple times on numerous posts on this page…
The term ‘slave’ has nothing to do with the so called black man and black woman…
That term is synonymous with the Caucasian…
The Caucasian was in a very low estate during the medieval time period, and they were ruled over by so called blacks (Lords of the Manor)

By wmb3331

Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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