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2 de septiembre de 2017 a las 10:55 SWITZERLAND – A YOUNG SWISS WOMAN – 1800s BLACK EUROPE BEFORE THE ETHNIC CLEANSING *** France At the end of the “The Hundred Years” War (1337 to 1453), Black France, which had produced the Normans and the ancestors of Charlemagne, the First Holy Roman Emperor. The result: 50% of the population killed. Germany At the end of the “Thirty Years Wars” (1618–1648), which involved The Emperor of the Black Holy Roman Empire and his allies: The Papal armies, Spain, Poland, Bavaria: Against the insurgent Albino forces from: France (now under Albino control), England, Russia, the Dutch, Sweden, Transylvania, Hesse-Kassel, and the Palatinate (Please remember this name). Saxony, Brandenburg, and Denmark – switched alliances. The result: 40% of the population killed. Britain At the end of the “English Civil Wars” (1642–51) which pitted Black Britons against Albino Britons. The result: England suffered a 3.7% loss of population, Scotland a loss of 6%, Ireland loss 41% of its population. The “Glorious Revolution” (1688) which pitted Albino Dutch and British against Black British. The “Jacobite Wars” (1688 – 1746) which pitted Albino British against Black British who wanted the return of a Black monarchy (the House of stuart). The result: Unknown number killed. Note; Scotland had become a center of Black power – while the loss of 6% of it population is terrible, it pales when compared to what happened in Ireland (41%). That would soon be remedied. Scotland: The Jacobite Risings brought repeated British government efforts to curb the Scottish clans, culminating after the 1746 Battle of Culloden with brutal repression. The Act of Proscription of 1746 incorporating the Dress Act required all swords to be surrendered to the government and prohibited the wearing of tartans or kilts. The Tenures Abolition Act 1660 ended the feudal bond of military service and the Heritable Jurisdictions Act removed the virtually sovereign power the chiefs held over their clan. The Disarming Act of 1746 and the Clan Act made ineffectual attempts to subdue the Scottish Highlands, and eventually troops were sent in. Government garrisons were built or extended in the Great Glen at Fort William, Kiliwhimin (later renamed Fort Augustus) and Fort George, Inverness, as well as barracks at Ruthven, Bernera and Inversnaid, linked to the south by the Wade roads (constructed for Major-General George Wade). These had the effect of limiting organizational travel and choking off news and further isolated the clans. Nevertheless, conditions remained unsettled for the whole decade. The Lowland Clearances in Scotland – Were forced displacements of the population of the Scottish Lowlands begun in the mid 1700s. As a result, between 1760 and 1830, many tens of thousands of Lowland Scots emigrated, taking advantage of the many new opportunities offered in Canada and the United States after 1776 to own and farm their own land. Others chose to remain, either by choice, out of an inability to secure transatlantic passage, or because of obligations in Scotland. The Highland Clearances were forced displacements of the population of the Scottish Highlands during the 1700s and 1800s. They led to mass emigration to the sea coast, the Scottish Lowlands, and the North American colonies. Thankfully, as is often the case, ordinary people did not know that one day Blacks were not supposed to have existed in Europe, so people like Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), while suffering through the English Interregnum of Oliver Cromwell, longed for the days of his Black kings like Charles. And so he wrote a book extolling the virtues of having a divine Black King. *** Images matter. History is a tool for growth. We have been taught false history. * The media & the education system dont show real images of the first settlers world wide and the progenitor of humans because they were all Black. It’s proven by genetics & the study of excavations, art & literature. * Without a past you don’t have a future. Knowledge of Self is the cure for selfhate, skinbleeching, lack of pride & self-destruction. Read more on:…/anci…/Misc/Art/Additional_art.htm —— #BlackEurope #RealHistoryWW #mkrSwitzerland

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