(Video coming soon from 500 Years Later)
There is no escaping African culpability in the Atlantic slave trade. However the principle benefactor was clearly European nations. And while the institutions of Arabia and Zanzibar that have profited from slavery have long vanished from our era, those in Europe still remain. They therefore have inherited both the profit and the lost of their trade in human flesh.
And the victims of this horror are exclusively African. Therefore those victims have the right to forgive those whom they chose. It is not appropriate for the principle culprit to point fingers and say "I didn't act alone." Each will be judged according to the level of crime and the profits they derived from the crime. It is actually even part of European law; no court gives a lesser sentence to each individual because they happen to act in a group. Africans can therefore (without suggestion or help from Whites) deal with those African nations and kings who profited from slavery as they see fit.
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