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Re: Black Egypt? Hardly!
Posted By: Playtoe In Response To: Re: Black Egypt? Hardly! (THOMAS TRAN)
Date: 14, November 05, at 2:59 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Black Egypt? Hardly! (THOMAS TRAN)
I thought I'd reply to this:
WHY WOULD EGYPT, WITH IT'S CLEAR EVIDENCE OF...THE ALLOWANCE OF DIFFERENT RACES, WHITHIN THEIR ANCIENT SOCEITY...INDICATE ANYTHING OTHER THAN...ANOTHER INDO-EUROPEAN COLONY...COMING DOWN FROM THE NEAR EAST AND THE INDUS VALLEY, DURING THE BRONZE AGE?....
You are mistaken to think that Egypt "invited" foreigners into their civilization. In fact, the Egyptian mantra was that they were the only "men" on the planet, everyone else was barbarians. The fact is the foreigners started as a trickle, some went home and told of the greatest of Egypt and that started the invasions.
If it were true that Egypt allowed this without any resistance you are sorely mistaken.
Lastly, the location of Egypt is key to the answer to your question. Egypt is at the "crossroads" to the northern world. Any visitors to Africa by land would have to come in that door, or through Spain (with a little boat ride). The African kingdoms established Egypt as the "gateway" to Africa. You had to go through schooling to enter Africa.
Keep up the good work though. As long as you're trying to steal away the lives and contributions of others you only make yourselves look as corrupt as you've always been. Noone is going for the crap you're trying to pull. No one believes you but you, and I doubt that you really believe it yourself. The purpose for you doing so is not for "soul searching" truth, but for political gain and power. You don't believe in God, if you did you wouldn't do what you do.
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