Reply to "History of rice cultivation - Sorry D2, you were dead wrong."

caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
 

I don't think you or Ronan have US heritage so stop piggybacking off the US afro accomplishment and stick to the Guyanese Afro. Yall come from different tribes with racist blood running through your veins. Do you realize that the American Blacks hate the Caribbean Blacks and visa versa?

Now to deal with your erroneous claim,  read and educate yourself

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...in_the_United_States

Mutilation (such as castration, or amputating ears) was a relatively common punishment during the colonial era and still used in 1830. Any punishment was permitted for runaway slaves, and many bore wounds from shotgun blasts or dog bites used by their captors.[41]

And today we acknowledge Shirley Chisholm a woman of GUYANESE and Bajan ancestry.  Caribbean BLACKs contributed significantly to the struggles of blacks in the USA.  Their struggle even benefitted ingrate racists like you as prior to 1965 your kind was NOT allowed to migrate to this country in large numbers.

No more than500k enslaved peoples were shipped to the USA from Afruca.  Yet by 1860 the slave population was 4 million, with additional 400k free blacks.

Druggie please explain how this black population increased so significantly between 1620 and 1860 if 90% of the growth came from the birth of blacks, slave and free, in the USA.

Tell us how eunuchs can reproduce.  You are a stupid man with no understanding, so you grab pieces from Wikipedia without a minimal comprehension of the evidence that you present.

 

Bannas, them slaves were mostly docile and 100's of yall were controlled by 1 white  overseer with  a whip. The 1 and 2 that behave bad were castrated as lesson to the others. I suggest you watch roots and learn how Kunta Kinte chose amputation to castration just so he could carry on the bloodline.  Others were not so fortunate to be given that choice. 

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