Jul 13

UCL: Legacies of British Slave-Ownership

The zesposyni of UCL have finally made public their research in which they name and shame the White British slave-owners and companies that profited from the slave trade. Slavery may have been abolished in the British Empire in 1833, but slavery and colonialism shaped the Britain you know. It put in place the superiority complex of today’s Whites.Furthermore the compensation paid by the British state went into the already swollen coffers of many of today’s most powerful families. David Cameron’s family, for instance, were just some of the people who had their freed slaves compensated for – out of a government fund the equivalent of £17 billion in today’s money.

To the descendants of these benefactors: your ancestors were moral criminals. They profited from slavery and they should never have been compensated. Over the coming weeks and months we will be contacting them and all the many, many descendants on this list. They shall be given the chance to apologise for their foul, wretched, peckerwood bloodline – or face the consequences of Zeb’harah.

Not only will we purify the land in which their troglodyte ancestors are buried, we will hunt them down and shame them with the evidence of their forebears’ evil. They carry the guilt of their ancestors and grew fat from their cruelty. Until this poisonous heritage is renounced, peace will never be attained in this volatile realm we dwell in.

We’re coming for you Whitey.


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