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ethang5
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8/3/2020 5:44:09 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
www. Google. Com/amp/s/knowrealindia. Wordpress. Com/explaining-caste-system-to-a-foreigner-non-indian/amp/

Initially there was only class (labor) based divisions: Brahmins (Priests), Kshyatriyas (Warriors) and Vaishyas (Commoners) and there was even movement between these three groups. Later, the Brahmins realized the sway they had and started marrying only within their kind, So that they could continue and pass on their supremacy to their progeny.

The castes system as mentioned, Is different from Racism or Simple Slavery in the sense that Caste system is practiced within a group of homogenous people. With respect to caste system the common bond is religion.

As caste system started to materialize and gain populariy, There were numerous arguments and collisions between Brahmins and some of the stronger Kshatriya clans for supremacy, Which Brahmins eventually won. They then relegated these Kshatriyas to become Sudras (slaves) and declared that the only purpose in life for this new group was to serve the other three castes. And to this mix (Sudras) was added everyone else who was ever against caste system and was defeated by the Brahmins, Thereby increasing the number of groups and the population of Sudras.

And as for untouchables, They come still later and comprise of defectors from Hindu religion, Who embraced Buddhism and other religions to escape from caste atrocity, And were at a later point in time won over by force and deception.

Final nail in the coffin was driven, when religious and legal books were revised by Brahmins to deny all rights (right to education, Right to bear arms, Right to property or even human dignity) to Sudras and Untouchables so that they could never rise up in rebellion.

Given this divine status, Caste system became unquestionable and Brahmins got established as Bhudevtas (Gods on Earth) and secured a caste based society where they sit on top and reign supreme. And, That in a nutshell explains the origin and development of caste system.

Another important fact among the vast majority of Dalits who remain uneducated and illiterate is that they accept their status. They continue to believe that they sinned in previous lives and are deserving of their current fates.

Just sad. Slavery as religion. Sick, But sad.
Harikrish
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8/8/2020 4:20:08 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Africa is again the world"s epicenter of modern-day slavery.
https://qz. Com/africa/1333946/global-slavery-index-africa-has-the-highest-rate-of-modern-day-slavery-in-the-world/

Africa just recorded the highest rate of modern-day enslavement in the world.

Armed conflict, State-sponsored forced labor, And forced marriages were the main causes behind the estimated 9. 2 million Africans who live in servitude without the choice to do so, According to the 2018 Global Slavery Index. And despite these practices being widespread, Slavery has remained a largely invisible issue, In part, Because it disproportionately affects the most marginalized members of society, Such as minorities, Women, And children.

Slavery was especially prevalent in Eritrea and Mauritania, Where slavery has even been, At times, An institutionalized practice. In Eritrea, For instance, The one-party state of president Isaias Afwerki has overseen a notorious national conscription service accused of drafting citizens for an indefinite period, Contributing to the wave of refugees fleeing the country. Workers that have claimed that they were forced to work in the nation"s first modern mine are also currently suing the Vancouver-based mining company Nevsun that owns a majority stake in the mine.

The situation is more acute in Mauritania, Which has the title of the world"s last country to abolish slavery. For centuries, Members of the black Haratin group were caught in a cycle of servitude, With the slave status being inherited. Reports have also shown the existence of government collusion with slave owners who intimidate servants who break free from their masters. A January landmark ruling from the African Union stated Mauritania wasn"t doing enough to prosecute and jail the perpetrators of slavery.

In recent years, Serfdom in the continent has attracted global attention after videos showed "slave markets" in Libya where African migrants were being auctioned off in car parks, Garages, And as well as public squares. Migration to Libya has also put Nigerian women in the crossfire, With many being sucked into Italy"s dangerous world of sex trafficking. During the World Cup games in Russia, Anti-slavery group Alternativa said sex traffickers were also planning to exploit Russia"s lax visa rules for the soccer fanfare to pimp Nigerian women.

The study, Conducted in collaboration with Walk Free Foundation and the International Labor Organization, Also notes how consumers all over the world are getting products that at some stage were touched by the hands of modern-day slaves. This was especially the case with the G20 nations, Who have strong laws and systems against servitude, But who collectively import $354 billion worth of at-risk products annually.

As previous reports have shown, Cases of slavery still persist lower down the supply chain in commodity-producing nations like the DR Congo and Cote D"Ivore.

Why are Americans killing black when they can be resold as slaves?
anonthesmallone
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8/8/2020 9:57:34 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
ethang5 wrote:
www. Google. Com/amp/s/knowrealindia. Wordpress. Com/explaining-caste-system-to-a-foreigner-non-indian/amp/

Initially there was only class (labor) based divisions: Brahmins (Priests), Kshyatriyas (Warriors) and Vaishyas (Commoners) and there was even movement between these three groups. Later, the Brahmins realized the sway they had and started marrying only within their kind, So that they could continue and pass on their supremacy to their progeny.

The castes system as mentioned, Is different from Racism or Simple Slavery in the sense that Caste system is practiced within a group of homogenous people. With respect to caste system the common bond is religion.

As caste system started to materialize and gain populariy, There were numerous arguments and collisions between Brahmins and some of the stronger Kshatriya clans for supremacy, Which Brahmins eventually won. They then relegated these Kshatriyas to become Sudras (slaves) and declared that the only purpose in life for this new group was to serve the other three castes. And to this mix (Sudras) was added everyone else who was ever against caste system and was defeated by the Brahmins, Thereby increasing the number of groups and the population of Sudras.

And as for untouchables, They come still later and comprise of defectors from Hindu religion, Who embraced Buddhism and other religions to escape from caste atrocity, And were at a later point in time won over by force and deception.

Final nail in the coffin was driven, when religious and legal books were revised by Brahmins to deny all rights (right to education, Right to bear arms, Right to property or even human dignity) to Sudras and Untouchables so that they could never rise up in rebellion.

Given this divine status, Caste system became unquestionable and Brahmins got established as Bhudevtas (Gods on Earth) and secured a caste based society where they sit on top and reign supreme. And, That in a nutshell explains the origin and development of caste system.

Another important fact among the vast majority of Dalits who remain uneducated and illiterate is that they accept their status. They continue to believe that they sinned in previous lives and are deserving of their current fates.

Just sad. Slavery as religion. Sick, But sad.

Anon is not educated in the deep conflicts you refer to. Holy Ghost sex revelations are for each adult to resolve divided conflicts on their path as "peacemakers" and teach the Orion group about the greater pleasures of the knowledge of God in knowing Him-Her "intimately" and experiencing the power of white-grace Holy Ghost sex as a part of "Spiritual Science".

White grace is immune to black-grace power spells of harm and is more pleasurable and has far more purpose than the myopic view of using magic black-grace power to increase one's power with the single purpose of more power and control over "their slaves".

Undistorted Law of One is God does not care about your kast. Everlasting mercy is true. Everyone will live forever exactly in the beginning of One Original Thought where we wanted to be to enjoy the maximum happiness only God (us) knows.
Harikrish
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8/8/2020 10:16:40 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
anonthesmallone wrote:

Anon is not educated in the deep conflicts you refer to. Holy Ghost sex revelations are for each adult to resolve divided conflicts on their path as "peacemakers" and teach the Orion group about the greater pleasures of the knowledge of God in knowing Him-Her "intimately" and experiencing the power of white-grace Holy Ghost sex as a part of "Spiritual Science".

White grace is immune to black-grace power spells of harm and is more pleasurable and has far more purpose than the myopic view of using magic black-grace power to increase one's power with the single purpose of more power and control over "their slaves".

Undistorted Law of One is God does not care about your kast. Everlasting mercy is true. Everyone will live forever exactly in the beginning of One Original Thought where we wanted to be to enjoy the maximum happiness only God (us) knows.


The classical Indian economy did not depend on slavery and there were no slave markets. One can contrast this with the subsequent legitimisation of slavery in Christianity, Islam and Communism. Both Christianity and Islam approved of enslaving those who did not subscribe to their respective faiths, Also known as infidels.

Traditionally, Neither the Indian nor the Chinese civilisations were particularly well-known for practicing slavery. During the ancient and classical periods, Neither India nor China ever practiced chattel slavery, Wherein slaves were traded like commodities in a market. Chattel slavery was common in many other contemporary societies. One possible reason could have been that the relatively large populations in India and China provided enough non-slave human labour. Thus, The impetus to enslave people on a massive scale was perhaps not there. In contrast, The economies of many other societies in Europe, Africa, The Americas and West Asia, Some even until modern times, Prominently depended upon slavery.

During the Islamic rule in India, Real slavery took hold in a different way as the Islamic rulers began enslaving the Indian population to sell them abroad for profit or to utilise their slave labour within the country.
But that ended when India defeated the Islamic Rulers.

Dasas in ancient and classical India

Although chattel slavery was not seen, Some forms of bondage did exist in ancient and classical India. At the outset, It is important to highlight the fact that the word dasa used in many Indian texts does not necessarily refer to slave. It usually refers to a servant. It appears that the circumstances of the dasa was far better in ancient Indian society in contrast to the excessive brutality experienced by the slaves of contemporary societies such as Egypt, Greece or Rome. While examining the ancient past of India, One comes across the comparatively constrained existence of any form of bondage.

What role did Christianity play in African Slavery?

Historical records show that Islam and Christianity played an important role in enslavement in Africa. The Arab-controlled Trans-Saharan slave trade helped to institutionalise slave trading on the continent. And during the 'age of expedition', European Christians witnessed caravans loaded with Africans en-route to the Middle East. Others arriving much later in West Africa observed slavery in African societies, Leading them to assume that African enslavement was intrinsic to the continent.

For many of these early European explorers, The Bible was not only regarded as infallible, It was also their primary reference tool and those looking for answers to explain differences in ethnicity, Culture, And slavery, Found them in Genesis 9: 24-27, Which appeared to suggest that it was all a result of 'sin'.

In the Genesis passage, Africans were said to be the descendants of Ham, The son of Noah, Who was cursed by his father after looking at his naked form. Moreover, In Genesis 10, The 'Table of Nations' describes the origins of the different 'races' and reveals that one of the descendants of Ham is 'Cush' - Cush and the 'Cushites' were people associated with the Nile region of North Africa.

In time, The connection Europeans made between sin, Slavery, Skin colour and beliefs would condemn Africans. In the Bible, Physical or spiritual slavery is often a consequence of sinful actions, While darkness is associated with evil. Moreover, The Africans were subsequently considered 'heathens' bereft of Christianity, Although scholars now suggest that Christianity reached Africa as early as the early 2nd century AD and that the Christian communities in North Africa were among the first in the world. However, Europeans doubtlessly refused to acknowledge the relevance of African Christianity as it appeared irreconcilable with the continent's cultural surroundings.

The Trans-Atlantic Slave a Trade.

"In fact, For almost 150 years, Ghana, On Africa"s west coast, Was the center of the British slave trade. Western traders arrived in ships loaded with manufactured goods to barter or trade for slaves. Those who were sold had often been captured in tribal warfare; some had simply been kidnapped to sell to European slave traders.

it is estimated from as many as 20 million West Africans were captured between the end of 15th century until 1870 (when the slave trade was abolished). Only half of them survived the harsh conditions on the voyages " and 10 million of them actually made it to the Americas.

Ghana's role in the trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.

Ghanaians, It seems, View the Trans-Atlantic slave trade as an unfortunate historical human calamity which must not be allowed to happen again.
But the question is how many Ghanaians are truly aware of the role people living within that part of the continent at the time played in the actual act of capturing and selling their own people in return for things such as gunpowder and kola? The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and Ghana, An exhibition mounted as an attempt to educate the public on the historical occurrence of the slave trade, Is currently on at the National Museum in Accra.

Not only is there evidence of some 35 slave markets dotted around the area in West Africa where Ghana is situated, There are also many routes, Transit camps and objects available to establish that the trade took place under horrendous conditions. Several of these transit camps and markets have been identified within the area where Ghana is currently situated. And some of these inland sites are characterised by water cisterns, Remnants of slave warehouses, Rock boulders and trees with large or long exposed roots for chaining the enslaved. Burial grounds for slaves, And their ancestors as well as their masters are still visible at places like Salaga, Saakpuli and Kafaba in the Northern part of Ghana. Other places include Assin Manso and Effutu in the Central Region area, And Atorkor, Peki Dzake and Adafianu in Anloland.

The shaming of Africans.

Christianity played a major role in African slavery. But it was the Afticans themselves who made it possible and supplied the slaves. Their complicity and brutality in creating the dehumanizing conditions and treatment of captured Africans in slave camps betrayed the innate jungle culture that the world witnesses as uniquely African. This archetypal jungle behaviour is pervasive throughout African history and has earned Africa the distinction of being the dark continent and the negroid Africans identified as being of sub-human ancestry.

"The forts and castles which started as European trading posts later becoming dungeons and slave auction areas which dot along the coast of Ghana even till today, Don't give the whole picture.

This exhibition tackles the story of the slave trade from another more important angle which has, Hitherto, Not been told much. It tells how deeply African chiefs and kings themselves were involved in the trading, Ordering raids and kidnaping, And arranged markets where the captured wer
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8/3/2021 5:53:07 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
Africans prefer Christians over Hindus when it comes to targeting a religion for genocide. Hinduism had nothing to do with African slavery and therefore not held responsible for the demise of Africans. But Christianity justified African slavery for over 400 years. Christian genocide in Central Africa is payback for Christianity's role in African slavery.
Ironically The bible supports African slavery (Genesis 9&10) as well as rewards Arabs for their actions.
Galatians 6:7 Do not be deceived: God is not to be mocked. Whatever a man sows, he will reap in return.

Genesis 17:20 As for Ishmael, I have heard you, and I will surely bless him; I will make him fruitful and multiply him greatly.

Arab Muslims are blessed in the bible.

Christian genocide is happening in African countries. Christians are participating in African genocide and becoming victims of Christian genocide. A tit for tat exchange. Meanwhile Arab Muslims are humiliating Ghanaian Christians by paying Ghanaian women to have sex with animals and eat the poop of rich Arabs. It's called Dubai Porta Potty. Arabs owned and traded African slaves for 1,300 years. So why are rich Arabs being rewarded by Ghanaian women?

The bible offers an answer:
Matthew 13:12 Whoever has will be given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him. - Bible Hub

Human Rights Advocates Sound Alarm on 'Christian Genocide' Unfolding in Africa
Muslim terror groups are launching attacks across several African nations.

Foremost is Nigeria, Where tens of thousands of Christians have died as part of what human rights activists call a Christian genocide across the continent.

Nigeria's Army recently released a poster of its top 100 terror targets.

Among them: Africa's most wanted man, Abubakar Shekau, Head of the Islamic terror group, Boko Haram.

In a video obtained by a Nigerian newspaper, The Boko Haram leader, Surrounded by bodyguards, Boasts he will never get caught because he's doing Allah's work.

Shekau adds the war in Nigeria will continue even after him.

"I think that if he's not put under control by the Nigeria government, This could certainly tip over into a caliphate-type idea like we saw with ISIS in Syria and Iraq, " Curry warned.

Shekau's brutal insurgency has killed thousands and left millions displaced from their homes.

"If you look at what's happening there, It's just massive, Massive attacks against Christians, " said Jeff King, President of International Christian Concern. "50 to 70 thousand have been murdered. "

Shekau's mission: Turn Africa's most populous country- Islamic, And force Christians, Who make up half the population, To either leave, Convert to Islam or die.

Johnnie Moore, A Christian, And Abraham Cooper, An Orthodox Jew, Are co-authors of the new book, The Next Jihad: Stop the Christian Genocide in Africa.

"The terrorists in Nigeria and in the surrounding countries around Nigeria with these other insurgencies taking place, Are absolutely trying to commit genocide against the Christian communities, They want to wipe them all out, " Rev. Moore, Told CBN News.

"Many of them feel helpless at this point, You never know where it's going to hit next, " Rabbi Abraham Cooper, The associate dean and director of Global Social Action Agenda for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Told CBN News. "Their faith, However, Remains unshakable, And speaking as a Jewish Rabbi, I was very inspired by their faith. "

To make matters worse, In Nigeria's so-called "Middle Belt" region, Where the Muslim North meets the Christian South, Another terror group made up of Muslim Fulani militants is also terrorizing Christians.

More than 1, 400 Christians were hacked to death in just the first seven months of 2020 by Fulani militants.

"They come in the middle of the night, Coming into Christian villages, Burning down the homes, Killing the people, Just really, Really horrible, " Cooper said.

The Wall Street Journal reported on how jihadist groups set up random highway checkpoints, Searching for Christians to kidnap for ransom or simply murder on the roadside.

One of those abducted, Polycarp Zongo, Pastor of a church east of Abuja, The country's capital city.

The terrorist group released a video of pastor Zongo appealing for his release.

"They too captured two Christian women who are also here with me, " pastor Zongo said in the video. "I'm appealing that you all do all that is possible to secure our release from captivity. "

The terror attacks on Christians are spiking under Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari's watch.

He's a Muslim from the Fulani tribe. Nigerian Christian leaders accusing president Buhari of doing little to stop the bloodletting.

Nigeria's police and army are also mostly made up of Fulani Muslims.

"The attackers are never captured, They are not prosecuted, The security services respond very slowly, A full day can go on with attacks happening and no security shows up and frequently the government officials will provide cover, " said Dr Laugesen with Save the Persecuted Christian.

Meanwhile, The COVID pandemic exacerbating the plight of Nigeria's Christians, Especially in provinces ruled by Islamic Sharia Law.

"When the government sends food into these areas, The extremists, And the leaders under Sharia law, Are intentionally keeping food and aid from people they consider infidels, But these are Nigerian citizens, " said Dr. Curry.

And it's not just in Nigeria.

After losing ground in Syria and Iraq, The top general of U. S. Special Operations Command in Africa is warning that Al Qaeda, ISIS, And other Islamic terror groups are gaining ground on the continent.

Maj. Gen. Dagvin Anderson says Muslim terrorists have set their sights on Nigeria's southern and northwest regions.

On November 10, ISIS-linked fighters attacked a remote town in northern Mozambique, Beheading 50 people in a soccer stadium and kidnapping scores of women.

This summer saw a slew of jihadist attacks in Niger, Chad, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali, Tanzania, Kenya, And the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Moore says for radical jihadists, Nigeria remains the big prize.

Dr. David Curry, Whose group Open Doors has listed Nigeria as the 12th worst place in the world for Christians, Is urging the next US administration to make Nigeria a top priority.

"This has massive international implications for the entire continent, " warned Curry. "We need to focus on what's happening in Nigeria otherwise we could have a massive upheaval in that very important place in the world. "

"And I can tell you that every minute the world is asleep is another minute that someone dies, " warned Rev. Moore. "So whether it's the Jewish Rabbi who has been fighting his whole life against injustice or the Christian pastor who sees them [Nigerian Christians] as family, This is an injustice for the whole world and now it's time to stop it. "

Role of Christianity in 1994 genocide
An estimated 800, 000 Rwandans died during ethnic violence over a brief span of 100 days between April and July 1994. Most of the dead were Tutsis, And most of those who perpetrated the violence were Hutus.

The genocide started after the death of the Rwandan President Juv"nal Habyarimana, A Hutu, In the shooting down of his plane above Kigali airport on 6 April 1994. The full details of that specific incident remain unclear; however, The death of the president was by no means the only cause of the mayhem. (Ethnic tension in Rwanda is not new. Disagreements between the majority Hutus and minority Tutsis are common, But the animosity between them grew substantially after the end of the Belgian colonial regime.

On November 20, 2016, The Catholic Church in Rwanda released a statement signed by nine bishops apologizing for the role of its members in the genocide of 1994

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