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I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by The Chosen One » September 10th, 2015, 8:24 am

brownbomber wrote:Moors stand 4 Mauritania. Dats da root word fomoor...where was da moors based from..u do kno berbers were a apart of da moors ?



where is Lil Sin to school you. lol f*ck yo source Bomber. the Original Moors were a black race




http://www.taneter.org/moors.html






The "Moors" of Europe


Etymology

Variants of the term "Moor" have been used by many Europeans since ancient times as a general description for indigenous Africans. Contrary to popular belief, the term is not synonymous with "Islamic" or any specific Arab or African religion, civilization, or ethnicity.
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The artist, Christopher Wren (1632-1723), specifically entitled this painting, "Le Maure", French for "The Moor"

The origin of the English term, "Moor," is the Greek word, "μαυρο" or "mavro" which literally means "black, blackened or charred" and has long been used to describe black or very dark things such as, "Mavri Thalassa" which refers to the Black Sea or "mavri spilia" which means "black cave." Ancient Greeks used the term to describe the complexion of Africans and (even today, some Greeks use "mavro" to refer to Africans, although in a pejorative manner).

One need not be a linguist to see the word's evolution from the Greek "mavro" to the Latin word, "mavrvs" (actually, "mavro" in the ablative, singular, masculine Latin form). The English transliteration is "Maurus" and the plural form is "Mauri," specifically used by ancient Romans in reference to Black Africans. Writers in both Greek and Latin specifically used the term as a racial identity. In the Epitome de Caesaribus (390s AD), we learn that Aemilianus was "a Moor by race." Procopius of Caesarea (500-565 AD), a Byzantine scholar who wrote in Greek, said in his History of the Wars, "beyond that there are men not black-skinned like the Moors..."

Even through the middle ages, the term (as well as the Spanish, "moro," the German "mohr," the Dutch "moor" etc.) continued to be used in reference to Black Africans. In one of the oldest Dutch texts (1300s AD), a Moor was described specifically as "black."
Image
An image entitled, "Habit of a Moor of Arabia," from Thomas Jefferys' A Collection of the Dresses of Different Nations (1757-1772)

Further proof of the true definition of the Latin term "Maurus" can be found in early English-Latin dictionaries:

- "Maurus" was synonymous with "Moor," "negro," and "Aethiops" in John Etick's A new English-Latin dictionary (1783)

- In A new Latin-English dictionary by William Young (1810), "Maurus" is a "black Moor"

- According to the Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, Morell's abridgment by Alexander Jamieson, Robert Ainsworth (1828), "Maurus" means "black Moor"

The English term "Moor" also meant "Black" in English dictionaries and encyclopaediae prior to the 20th century:

- "Moor" meant "negro" or "black-a-moor" in A Dictionary of the English Language (1768) by Samuel Johnson

- The Encyclopaedia Londinensis (1817) by John Wilkes lists "moor" as follows: "[maurus, Lat. μαυρο, Gr., black.] a negro; a blackamoor."

- John Olgilvie's The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1882), a Moor was a "black man or negro"

Somehow by the 20th century, "Maurus" and "Moor" suddenly transformed into Berber and Arab -- a grave contrast to historical precedent.

Moors In Ancient and Medieval European History
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The oldest depiction of St. Maurice in the Cathedral of Magdeburg, Germany

The ancient Romans thoroughly documented the lives of indigenous Africans to whom they commonly referred as the Moors. By the 4th century AD, the Roman army heavily recruited Moors for their exceptional skill in battle. One such Moorish general, Aemilianus (207-253 AD) as described in Epitome de Caesaribus (390s AD), was so skilled that he was made emperor in the Roman province of Moesia (Balkan peninsula), albeit for only 4 months' time.

Other skilled Africans were made Catholic patron saints, such as the popular St. Maurice or Mauritius in Latin as described in the Passio Martyrum Acaunensium (The Passion of the Martyrs of Agaunum) by French bishop St. Eucherius (434-450 AD). According to the text, St. Maurice lived around 286 AD and was believed to be part of the Theban Legion of Egyptian Christians who served in the Roman army under his command. St. Maurice's brigade was supposedly decimated for disobeying orders to kill Christians in Roman Helvetia (Switzerland). The oldest known physical representation of him, however, was not created until 1281 AD (a detailed statue now housed in the cathedral of Magdeburg, Germany; shown on the right).


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A copy of Tabula Peutingeriana, the oldest known Roman map of northwest Africa (300 AD)

Neither Aemilianus nor St. Maurice were from so-called "Mauretania" (Latin: Mavritania) which is erroneously believed to be the name of an ancient Roman province along the northwestern coast of Africa. This particular region was neither called "Mauretania" in any known ancient literary text nor was it named after the so-called "Mauri tribe," as many modern historians believe. "Mauri" is merely the plural form of the Latin transliteration, "Maurus," as mentioned above. The oldest known map of that region (shown at right) shows its name was Tingi (or Tingitana in literature). Instead, Roman Catholic writers of the 5th-9th centuries AD used "Mauretania" synomymously with all of Africa, not any one particular region.

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St. Zeno of Verona (unconfirmed date, but likely in Renaissance era), courtesy of David Monniaux

A well-known Catholic saint from Africa was Victor Maurus or Saint Victor the Moor, a martyr who supposedly lived around 303 AD (the date of the oldest known depiction of him might not be reliable since the church in which it is found, the Basilica of Saint Victor near Milan, was reconstructed several times and then nearly destroyed in World War II). The life of another African Catholic martyr, St. Zeno of Verona, was first recounted by 7th century Italian author, Coronato who affirmed that Zeno was an African native.


By 470 AD, following the fall of the Roman empire, Africans slowly began repopulating southern Europe, and by 711 AD, General Tarik ibn Ziyad al-Gibral, an Islamized African native whence the name, "Gibraltar," is derived, led a major invasion beyond that same peninsula. His fortress (shown below) is the earliest known medieval castle in Europe, built centuries before those of the Loire Valley in France. According to legend, the phrase, "Thank heaven for 711" comes from the overwhelming sentiment of relief experienced when Moorish civilization permeated the Iberian peninsula (Spain, Portugal and Andorra) and Southern France and replaced primitive Visagothic feudal serfdom. For over 750 years, the Moors would lead Spain into an unprecedented era of freedom of association, religion, education and enterprise.
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"Moorish" Castle overlooking Gibraltar (700s AD)
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A depiction of Moorish noblemen playing the board game commonly known as chess and one playing a harp in Alfonso X's Libro de los Juegos ("Book of Games", 1283 AD)

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The Battle of Roncevaux (778 AD) between Roland (left) and Marsile (right) in the Song of Roland, the oldest French book held in the French National Library

By 800 AD, the Franks began efforts to contain the spread of Moorish society to the south of the Pyrennees mountains. Much of the literature, lore and art that followed centered around the Franks' efforts to defeat the Moors. For instance, the Song of Roland (French, La Chanson de Roland, 1140-1170 AD), the oldest known French literary work, describes Frankish Charlemagne's (742-814 AD) long campaign in southern France. The text's account of a Moorish leader named Marsile, is as follows:

"Although Marsile has fled, his uncle Marganice remains, he who rules Carthage, Alfrere, Garmalie, and Ethiopia, an accursed land. He has the black people under his command, their noses are big and their ears broad, together they number more than fifty thousand. They ride fiercely and furiously, then they shout the pagan battle cry."

Then another African general whom the Franks called Abisme is described as follows: "In the forefront rides a Saracen, Abisme...He is as black as molten pitch."
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"Wild Men and Moors," a tapestry (1350-1400 AD) depicting the ruling Moorish Strasbourgois of France/Germany (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)



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A Moor in Spain, portrayed in a Cantiga (1200s AD)



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One of the oldest images of the crowned "Freising Moor" c. 1316 AD

There were also several accounts of Moors in northern and central Europe, including that of the so-called "Freising Moor." The oldest known use of his image on any coat of arms was created around 1300 AD by Bishop Emicho of Wittelsbach in Skofja Loka, Slovenia. The town of Freising, Germany's oldest known coat of arms dates to 1362, which included the head of the Moor along with the bear he supposedly defeated while traveling with Bishop Abraham of Freising. The legend says that Freising's Moor was a servant, however, the crown atop his head may refute said legend. The archdiocese of Munich, Pope Benedict XVI, and several Bavarian municipalities continue to use depictions of the "Freising Moor" on their official coats of arms, a testament to the presence and authority of Africans in medieval Europe. Later, "Maurus" (in the form of Maurice, Moritz and Morien, etc.) became synonymous with not only the aforementioned, but numerous blacks of high regard. Sir Morien, for example, was a knight thoroughly described in the romance novel, Lancelot-Compilatie (the Hague Lancelot Compilation), the Dutch version of Lancelot (1300s AD) as "all black....his head, his body, and his hands were all black, saving only his teeth." Morien is the son of Sir Agloval and a Moorish princess whom Agloval met in Africa during his quest to find the holy grail. Sir Morien is also described as a "bold knight" who experiences racism while seeking transportation overseas to reunite with his father, saying "None will take me over the water since I am a Moor."

In the 1490s AD, Catholic rulers had begun to rid the Iberian Peninsula of much of its large Islamic Moorish population (as well as other people who practiced non-Christian religions such as Judaism). After waging a long war on Granada, Spain's Ferdinand V and Isabella I seized control of that region in 1492, promising to keep religious freedom. However, Cardinal Francisco Jimenez Cisneros began a large-scale Inquisition in 1499, including mass coversions to Christianity, persecutions, book burnings, and closing mosques and synagogues, and by 1502 Ferdinand and Isabella expelled all non-Christians, which included many Moors (but not necessarily Christianized Moors).

Portugal's King Manuel also expelled non-Christians, many of whom were Moors, by royal decree in 1496. The result was that some relocated to other parts of Europe where they became high ranking nobility as their knowledge and skill continued to be highly valued. Although most Moorish families of nobility (the origin of the term "Black Nobility") intermarried with Europeans, their surnames continued to link to their African heritage. Family names such as Moore, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Black, Schwarz (the German word for "black"), Morandi, Morese, Negri, etc. all bear linguistic reference to their African ancestry. For example, the oldest Schwarz family crests even depict the image of an African, or "Schwarzkopf," ("black head" in German). Other families and municipalities adopted similar coats of arms which continue to exist in some form, demonstrating the important role Africans played in European history.



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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by BluntedUp » September 10th, 2015, 8:27 am

I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.

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Post by BluntedUp » September 10th, 2015, 8:27 am

BluntedUp wrote:I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.
:facepalm: :facepalm: scratch that, i aint peep it :facepalm:

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Post by BluntedUp » September 10th, 2015, 8:30 am

that last paragraph was interesting tho. My last name ain't sh*t tho :wtf2: :wtf2:

I don't believe for one bit that moors ain't paired with islam tho.

Chili you should check out black pete aka Zwarti Piet

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Post by BlackMetroCard » September 10th, 2015, 8:38 am

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brownbomber wrote:Moors stand 4 Mauritania. Dats da root word fomoor...where was da moors based from..u do kno berbers were a apart of da moors ?



where is Lil Sin to school you. lol f*ck yo source Bomber. the Original Moors were a black race




http://www.taneter.org/moors.html






The "Moors" of Europe


Etymology

Variants of the term "Moor" have been used by many Europeans since ancient times as a general description for indigenous Africans. Contrary to popular belief, the term is not synonymous with "Islamic" or any specific Arab or African religion, civilization, or ethnicity.
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The artist, Christopher Wren (1632-1723), specifically entitled this painting, "Le Maure", French for "The Moor"

The origin of the English term, "Moor," is the Greek word, "μαυρο" or "mavro" which literally means "black, blackened or charred" and has long been used to describe black or very dark things such as, "Mavri Thalassa" which refers to the Black Sea or "mavri spilia" which means "black cave." Ancient Greeks used the term to describe the complexion of Africans and (even today, some Greeks use "mavro" to refer to Africans, although in a pejorative manner).

One need not be a linguist to see the word's evolution from the Greek "mavro" to the Latin word, "mavrvs" (actually, "mavro" in the ablative, singular, masculine Latin form). The English transliteration is "Maurus" and the plural form is "Mauri," specifically used by ancient Romans in reference to Black Africans. Writers in both Greek and Latin specifically used the term as a racial identity. In the Epitome de Caesaribus (390s AD), we learn that Aemilianus was "a Moor by race." Procopius of Caesarea (500-565 AD), a Byzantine scholar who wrote in Greek, said in his History of the Wars, "beyond that there are men not black-skinned like the Moors..."

Even through the middle ages, the term (as well as the Spanish, "moro," the German "mohr," the Dutch "moor" etc.) continued to be used in reference to Black Africans. In one of the oldest Dutch texts (1300s AD), a Moor was described specifically as "black."
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An image entitled, "Habit of a Moor of Arabia," from Thomas Jefferys' A Collection of the Dresses of Different Nations (1757-1772)

Further proof of the true definition of the Latin term "Maurus" can be found in early English-Latin dictionaries:

- "Maurus" was synonymous with "Moor," "negro," and "Aethiops" in John Etick's A new English-Latin dictionary (1783)

- In A new Latin-English dictionary by William Young (1810), "Maurus" is a "black Moor"

- According to the Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, Morell's abridgment by Alexander Jamieson, Robert Ainsworth (1828), "Maurus" means "black Moor"

The English term "Moor" also meant "Black" in English dictionaries and encyclopaediae prior to the 20th century:

- "Moor" meant "negro" or "black-a-moor" in A Dictionary of the English Language (1768) by Samuel Johnson

- The Encyclopaedia Londinensis (1817) by John Wilkes lists "moor" as follows: "[maurus, Lat. μαυρο, Gr., black.] a negro; a blackamoor."

- John Olgilvie's The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1882), a Moor was a "black man or negro"

Somehow by the 20th century, "Maurus" and "Moor" suddenly transformed into Berber and Arab -- a grave contrast to historical precedent.

Moors In Ancient and Medieval European History
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The oldest depiction of St. Maurice in the Cathedral of Magdeburg, Germany

The ancient Romans thoroughly documented the lives of indigenous Africans to whom they commonly referred as the Moors. By the 4th century AD, the Roman army heavily recruited Moors for their exceptional skill in battle. One such Moorish general, Aemilianus (207-253 AD) as described in Epitome de Caesaribus (390s AD), was so skilled that he was made emperor in the Roman province of Moesia (Balkan peninsula), albeit for only 4 months' time.

Other skilled Africans were made Catholic patron saints, such as the popular St. Maurice or Mauritius in Latin as described in the Passio Martyrum Acaunensium (The Passion of the Martyrs of Agaunum) by French bishop St. Eucherius (434-450 AD). According to the text, St. Maurice lived around 286 AD and was believed to be part of the Theban Legion of Egyptian Christians who served in the Roman army under his command. St. Maurice's brigade was supposedly decimated for disobeying orders to kill Christians in Roman Helvetia (Switzerland). The oldest known physical representation of him, however, was not created until 1281 AD (a detailed statue now housed in the cathedral of Magdeburg, Germany; shown on the right).


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A copy of Tabula Peutingeriana, the oldest known Roman map of northwest Africa (300 AD)

Neither Aemilianus nor St. Maurice were from so-called "Mauretania" (Latin: Mavritania) which is erroneously believed to be the name of an ancient Roman province along the northwestern coast of Africa. This particular region was neither called "Mauretania" in any known ancient literary text nor was it named after the so-called "Mauri tribe," as many modern historians believe. "Mauri" is merely the plural form of the Latin transliteration, "Maurus," as mentioned above. The oldest known map of that region (shown at right) shows its name was Tingi (or Tingitana in literature). Instead, Roman Catholic writers of the 5th-9th centuries AD used "Mauretania" synomymously with all of Africa, not any one particular region.

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St. Zeno of Verona (unconfirmed date, but likely in Renaissance era), courtesy of David Monniaux

A well-known Catholic saint from Africa was Victor Maurus or Saint Victor the Moor, a martyr who supposedly lived around 303 AD (the date of the oldest known depiction of him might not be reliable since the church in which it is found, the Basilica of Saint Victor near Milan, was reconstructed several times and then nearly destroyed in World War II). The life of another African Catholic martyr, St. Zeno of Verona, was first recounted by 7th century Italian author, Coronato who affirmed that Zeno was an African native.


By 470 AD, following the fall of the Roman empire, Africans slowly began repopulating southern Europe, and by 711 AD, General Tarik ibn Ziyad al-Gibral, an Islamized African native whence the name, "Gibraltar," is derived, led a major invasion beyond that same peninsula. His fortress (shown below) is the earliest known medieval castle in Europe, built centuries before those of the Loire Valley in France. According to legend, the phrase, "Thank heaven for 711" comes from the overwhelming sentiment of relief experienced when Moorish civilization permeated the Iberian peninsula (Spain, Portugal and Andorra) and Southern France and replaced primitive Visagothic feudal serfdom. For over 750 years, the Moors would lead Spain into an unprecedented era of freedom of association, religion, education and enterprise.
Image
"Moorish" Castle overlooking Gibraltar (700s AD)
Image
A depiction of Moorish noblemen playing the board game commonly known as chess and one playing a harp in Alfonso X's Libro de los Juegos ("Book of Games", 1283 AD)

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The Battle of Roncevaux (778 AD) between Roland (left) and Marsile (right) in the Song of Roland, the oldest French book held in the French National Library

By 800 AD, the Franks began efforts to contain the spread of Moorish society to the south of the Pyrennees mountains. Much of the literature, lore and art that followed centered around the Franks' efforts to defeat the Moors. For instance, the Song of Roland (French, La Chanson de Roland, 1140-1170 AD), the oldest known French literary work, describes Frankish Charlemagne's (742-814 AD) long campaign in southern France. The text's account of a Moorish leader named Marsile, is as follows:

"Although Marsile has fled, his uncle Marganice remains, he who rules Carthage, Alfrere, Garmalie, and Ethiopia, an accursed land. He has the black people under his command, their noses are big and their ears broad, together they number more than fifty thousand. They ride fiercely and furiously, then they shout the pagan battle cry."

Then another African general whom the Franks called Abisme is described as follows: "In the forefront rides a Saracen, Abisme...He is as black as molten pitch."
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"Wild Men and Moors," a tapestry (1350-1400 AD) depicting the ruling Moorish Strasbourgois of France/Germany (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)



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A Moor in Spain, portrayed in a Cantiga (1200s AD)



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One of the oldest images of the crowned "Freising Moor" c. 1316 AD

There were also several accounts of Moors in northern and central Europe, including that of the so-called "Freising Moor." The oldest known use of his image on any coat of arms was created around 1300 AD by Bishop Emicho of Wittelsbach in Skofja Loka, Slovenia. The town of Freising, Germany's oldest known coat of arms dates to 1362, which included the head of the Moor along with the bear he supposedly defeated while traveling with Bishop Abraham of Freising. The legend says that Freising's Moor was a servant, however, the crown atop his head may refute said legend. The archdiocese of Munich, Pope Benedict XVI, and several Bavarian municipalities continue to use depictions of the "Freising Moor" on their official coats of arms, a testament to the presence and authority of Africans in medieval Europe. Later, "Maurus" (in the form of Maurice, Moritz and Morien, etc.) became synonymous with not only the aforementioned, but numerous blacks of high regard. Sir Morien, for example, was a knight thoroughly described in the romance novel, Lancelot-Compilatie (the Hague Lancelot Compilation), the Dutch version of Lancelot (1300s AD) as "all black....his head, his body, and his hands were all black, saving only his teeth." Morien is the son of Sir Agloval and a Moorish princess whom Agloval met in Africa during his quest to find the holy grail. Sir Morien is also described as a "bold knight" who experiences racism while seeking transportation overseas to reunite with his father, saying "None will take me over the water since I am a Moor."

In the 1490s AD, Catholic rulers had begun to rid the Iberian Peninsula of much of its large Islamic Moorish population (as well as other people who practiced non-Christian religions such as Judaism). After waging a long war on Granada, Spain's Ferdinand V and Isabella I seized control of that region in 1492, promising to keep religious freedom. However, Cardinal Francisco Jimenez Cisneros began a large-scale Inquisition in 1499, including mass coversions to Christianity, persecutions, book burnings, and closing mosques and synagogues, and by 1502 Ferdinand and Isabella expelled all non-Christians, which included many Moors (but not necessarily Christianized Moors).

Portugal's King Manuel also expelled non-Christians, many of whom were Moors, by royal decree in 1496. The result was that some relocated to other parts of Europe where they became high ranking nobility as their knowledge and skill continued to be highly valued. Although most Moorish families of nobility (the origin of the term "Black Nobility") intermarried with Europeans, their surnames continued to link to their African heritage. Family names such as Moore, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Black, Schwarz (the German word for "black"), Morandi, Morese, Negri, etc. all bear linguistic reference to their African ancestry. For example, the oldest Schwarz family crests even depict the image of an African, or "Schwarzkopf," ("black head" in German). Other families and municipalities adopted similar coats of arms which continue to exist in some form, demonstrating the important role Africans played in European history.



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:dance: Lil Sin the Hebrews Must Summon this n*gga :rejoice: :lol: :lol:
the Twerk is Commin for that n*gga Bomber :shoot: from the Moors Now :lol:

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Post by BlackMetroCard » September 10th, 2015, 8:41 am

BluntedUp wrote:I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.
naww we asking to SHOW HIS SOURCES you should help vote to expose bombers authers And Knolege :2cents:

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by brownbomber » September 10th, 2015, 9:04 am

Nothing u posted said all moors were black..dats jus ignorant if u think all moors were black,ive told lil sin on here b4 dats moors come da word Mauritania. I showed da etymology of da word...he aint say sh*t...ive s
Already posted da n4 on here b4..it was black & white moors..look @ where da moors come from..&u dont tthink they were mixed...wat do moors have 2 do wit hebrews ne way

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Post by BluntedUp » September 10th, 2015, 9:10 am

Pima-HaitianMac wrote:
BluntedUp wrote:I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.
naww we asking to SHOW HIS SOURCES you should help vote to expose bombers authers And Knolege :2cents:
Y'all n*ggas know mre bout y'all subjects than I do man. To be honest I don't know none of that sh*t. I just be sittin back watching the exchange between y'all :lol:

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by brownbomber » September 10th, 2015, 9:16 am

Pima-HaitianMac wrote:
BluntedUp wrote:I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.
naww we asking to SHOW HIS SOURCES you should help vote to expose bombers authers And Knolege :2cents:

It dont matter my source...prove it wrong..if i zaid my source was internet then wat,u cant prove nothin i said wrong

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by The Chosen One » September 10th, 2015, 9:20 am

Brown this the n*gga you follow? the holy people before the Bible they say :killself:
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what Miracles or Prophecies them ancient Egyptians do?

Brown tell us about Heru :lol: nahhh scratch that i want to hear about that damn half hummingbird half human
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Browns master is this dude
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im a grown muthafucken man and this n*gga wants us to believe in a half owl half human


i really dont like talkin bad about Egypt, but why the f*ck is them Arabs claiming Egypt as there land and descendants

lol i feel its some truth to what he saying but he is mixing Hebrew stuff with the Egyptians. they lived in the same land. brown which walls is he reading this off of? Northern or southern Egypt :yeahright:

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Post by brownbomber » September 10th, 2015, 9:26 am

He black...so u dont blive ur own ppl..aint dat da b.s u b pulling lmao..i listen 2 blacks i jus dont listen 2 da ones u do...u also a growm blieving a man gonna come from da sky & save u lol so miss me wit dat

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by BlackMetroCard » September 10th, 2015, 9:36 am

brownbomber wrote:
Pima-HaitianMac wrote:
BluntedUp wrote:I aint doubting you but you cant say f*ck a n*gga's sources when you aint provide one yourself. post that link up son.
naww we asking to SHOW HIS SOURCES you should help vote to expose bombers authers And Knolege :2cents:

It dont matter my source...prove it wrong..if i zaid my source was internet then wat,u cant prove nothin i said wrong
then id laugh say "see what the f*ck i mean yall" :foh: so your a internet scholar?? :ohhh: u dont Read Books huh? yep tah aint new.

n*gga said internet ISENT THE HOODUP THE FUCKING INTERNET :lol: If your source is the internet then your a damn fool By LAW my n*gga :wtf: :cmon: :killself:

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by _brolic_ » September 10th, 2015, 9:38 am

Chili stays linking to these bullshit Israelite sites maintained by people with no credentials who only confirm his own, already proven to be ridiculous, confirmation bias. You're a Young Earth Creationist who thinks King James was black. You have no right to an opinion on anything, Chili.

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by The Chosen One » September 10th, 2015, 9:50 am

brownbomber wrote:Nothing u posted said all moors were black..dats jus ignorant if u think all moors were black,ive told lil sin on here b4 dats moors come da word Mauritania. I showed da etymology of da word...he aint say sh*t...ive s
Already posted da n4 on here b4..it was black & white moors..look @ where da moors come from..&u dont tthink they were mixed...wat do moors have 2 do wit hebrews ne way


Brown im saying the original Moors were black and i have way more sources. video footage too. but damn u dont have sh*t, but some he say she say sh*t :killself:


Brown how the f*ck were their white Moors when Moors meant black? They even dissed the Moors by dressing them monkeys up in those Moorish outfits. u know this sh*t and we talked about this already.
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Oh look the monkey have the Fez :yeahright:
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average n*gga dont think sh*t about this, but n*ggas who know how them white folks behave they are taking shots at them Moors
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:lol: asleep n*ggas dont even know they taking shots at Moors which are black folks thats why they dress them up like moors. look at the first video of them Traitor Moors with the Fez
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Obvious shots at the Moors/black folks :yeahaight:
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man this is simple sh*t. i cant see how these asleep n*ggas cant see this. u dont see no Monkeys in KKK outfits :hmm:


oh sh*t this f*cked up, but i love the insecurities :approve:
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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by bigcountry » September 10th, 2015, 9:55 am

This curry n*gga all in are black business don't you have a Hindu god to bow down too yeah that satan get yo a$$ up out of here you demon cracker :killself:

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by brownbomber » September 10th, 2015, 9:58 am

Moor dont mean black tho..moor was 4 Mauritania. .aint nothin u posted said all moors were black..all u gotta do is look da area da moors r based from..its was black moors but not all moors were black..dey had berbers wit em all those berbers & arabs n north africa & u somehow think all moors were black lol

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by bigcountry » September 10th, 2015, 10:01 am

Moor are trader they was running stuff but they let them cracker in they bizness and they became slave boys :facepalm:

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by The Chosen One » September 10th, 2015, 10:07 am

brownbomber wrote:He black...so u dont blive ur own ppl..aint dat da b.s u b pulling lmao..i listen 2 blacks i jus dont listen 2 da ones u do...u also a growm blieving a man gonna come from da sky & save u lol so miss me wit dat

I believe in Deuteronomy and them Prophecies.. how we suppose to follow yall when yall dont have not 1 prophecy? :foh: they dont talk about the conditions we are in, nor why. all it shows is a bunch of damn pics of dreams of half human half animals. u want me to pray to the damn sun? :killself: so ur telling me we come from a burning star in our galaxy? so im half black half granite stone :ohlawd: :ohlawd: :wow:


brown get the f*ck out of here with that bullshit :foh: :foh: :foh:
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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by brownbomber » September 10th, 2015, 10:12 am

Da bible talks about r conditions huh..so how do da bible say we fix r problems..dat book dont have a solution

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Re: I stay giving Brown this work. Original Moors were Black

Post by bigcountry » September 10th, 2015, 10:17 am

You must not read that bible unh :smh: :facepalm:

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