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Defined by Ashkenaz!!??


We have been studied by a “certain group of people” for a very VERY long time.


Meet Joseph Harold Greenberg, American JEWISH scientist credited with classifying and designating African languages!


Greenberg grouped the hundreds of African languages into four families, which he dubbed Afroasiatic, Nilo-Saharan, Niger–Congo, and Khoisan.


During the course of his work, Greenberg invented the term "Afroasiatic" to replace the earlier term "Hamito-Semitic", after showing that the Hamitic group, accepted widely since the 19th century, is not a valid language family.


Another major feature of his work was to establish the classification of the BANTU LANGUAGES, which occupy much of sub-Saharan Africa, as a part of the Niger–Congo family, rather than as an independent family as many Bantuists had maintained.

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They are always up in our business! Arrghhh!

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ShamaYAH aka SAW
ShamaYAH aka SAW
04 de jul. de 2020

The crafty council that they have gone through to hide information and steal our identity will all be reveal. TMH is not to be played with!

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falenab
falenab
16 de jun. de 2020

Amen. I So irritated that these people feel they have the right to redefine everything that our AbbaYah has created perfectly.


The suppressed emotions are sometimes difficult to manage. Thank TMH for His comfort and promise and you all for support.


Learning how deep this deception is has been so disturbing. We must endure

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My'Yahla BathYah
My'Yahla BathYah
09 de jun. de 2020

What amazes me is that these folks feel that they have the right to define other groups of people. They do not have nor do they get that right to define us! TMH is the ONLY who gets to say who we are!

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