Eritrea: Hundreds of Thousands of Blacks Enslaved by Fellow Blacks

Info Stormer
June 13, 2016


Even though it is the year 2016, it may be shocking for some time to learn that Blacks are still enslaving other Blacks in Africa. Where’s the SJW program to help free these poor Black slaves?

Us Whites are constantly told that we are evil because there were Black slaves in White countries two centuries ago.  Although it could easily be argued that Blacks were better off as slaves in America than they were running around the jungles of Africa, Whites are given no credit for ending the practice.  There is also little to no mention of how there was a Jewish tribal influence in the slave trade itself.

Instead, the Jew controlled media and entertainment industries put out endless amounts of propaganda bashing our ancestors over this issue.  Hell, they even remade the ridiculous 1970s anti-White propaganda film Roots starring Star Trek Lieutenant Commander Geordi Laforge and are plastering it over the History Channel as we speak.

So with that said, we hear little to nothing about how Blacks are still enslaving fellow Blacks all over Africa.  A new report from the UN recently detailed how the African country of Eritrea since gaining its independence in the early 1990s has enslaved up to 400,000 Blacks.  This part of the world was once an Italian colony.  Seems to me that they were better off under colonialism.  Now they have a bunch of crazy Negroes enslaving and killing each other.

Perhaps these SJW clowns should do something to stop the Black on Black slavery that’s occurring in the year 2016 instead of crying about events that took place 200 years ago.

Al Jazeera:

Eritrea’s government is guilty of committing crimes against humanity since independence a quarter-century ago with up to 400,000 people “enslaved”, the UN said on Wednesday.

The crimes committed since 1991 include imprisonment, enforced disappearance, extrajudicial killings, and rape and murder, said the United Nations Commission of Inquiry (COI) on human rights.

The forced labour of military conscripts is also a major problem in the country, the UN said.

“We think that there are 300,000 to 400,000 people who have been enslaved,” chief UN investigator Mike Smith told journalists in Geneva.

The government also operates a shoot-to-kill policy to stop people fleeing the country, according to evidence collected by the UN inquiry.

About 5,000 Eritreans risk their lives each month to flee the nation where forcible army conscription can last decades.

“Very few Eritreans are ever released from their military service obligations,” Smith said.