Okay, so we've addressed the origins of humanity, now we have to set the record straight on "classical" civilization and help everyone understand why what you think you know about Greece is all wrong. BTW, if you're offended by the pointed use of "white" then please don't watch the video. The definition of "white" (in this case) is essentially the northern Europeans (and their progeny throughout the globe) of the western hemisphere. This video is as much about race as it is history. It's WAY past time we got real about both and dealt with them directly.
This time we tackle in depth the role of blacks in Greek literature and mythology. And that includes the New Testament of the bible. ALL works of Greek antiquity include black people in some form or other. But the modern world doesn't know that because the Euroclowns removed blacks from the story, by presenting first paintings, then movies and TV works with nothing but white people. Since Greece produced the FIRST written works of the white world, and since that written work was a work of mythology (the Illiad and the Odyssey) it is vital that we examine it's numerous mentions of Ethiopians and shred the Euroclowns denials of Africans having been an essential part of Greece and contributing to it's greatness. We also must expose the lie that the Europeans had ANYTHING to do with Greece.
In summary we examine the so-called "connection" between the Euroclowns and the Greeks, with the Brits as a case study. We also summarize why this lack of a connection with anyone and a lack of creating even the rudiments of a civilization drove the Euroclowns to claim Greece, then denigrate the Grecian people, and finally to all but co-opt Greek history for themselves. And finally we touch on why the Greeks have more in common with Africa than history. When I put Missy5654, Mathilda and the other Euroclowns in their place (and do it HARD!) and demand they show me some "genetically Africa" caucasians, this video will explain why I'm right and they're wrong. And why they won't answer the question.