Could this be True? Alleged Video of Late Queen Elizabeth Feeding Africans Like Birds By Throwing Food on the Ground Pops up.
Following the demise of the Queen, there have been some historic uproots. Some alleged videos of her visit to Ghana and some part of African countries have popped up on social media.
One of the videos that have gotten the attention of many people was an old video where Queen Elizabeth was allegedly feeding a group of Africans by throwing food on the ground for them to pick.
This video has caused a stir on social media and has caused a lot of people to talk.
Please note we can not confirm if this video is true at this time, but we are still doing some findings to get to the root.
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HERE ARE SOME REACTIONS:
@giftbright: Them no go show us this one’s oooo Africans really see shege for this people hand 😢😢😢
@honeylizzy: So na this same person una dey celebrate?
@bibi: How she go rest in peace ??? Mtchewww 😢
@trevor: They have been treating us like slaves for a very long time till now
@VIVIAN: Ehen as pigeon Abi wetin… eh God we don suffer even till now.. it’s well😢
@SARAH: This isn’t funny at all
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Hours before the death of Queen Elizabeth was announced, a Carnegie Mellon professor blasted the United Kingdom as a “genocidal empire” and wished the 96-year-old monarch “excruciating” pain.
Professor Uju Anya, who teaches linguistics and critical race studies at Carnegie Mellon University,” according to the website, sent out her maleficent remark via Twitter. At the time, the beloved queen’s death had not yet been announced.
“I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating,” she tweeted.
“If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the monarch who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide that massacred and displaced half my family and the consequences of which those alive today are still trying to overcome, you can keep wishing upon a star,” she wrote…CONTINUE READING HERE
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