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19 hours ago, tandors said:

Who were the predominant slave merchants, ship owners etc??

If your speaking about the trans atlantic slave transportation you will be speaking about the jews?....specifically Dutch jews?

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2 hours ago, gaz said:

If your speaking about the trans atlantic slave transportation you will be speaking about the jews?....specifically Dutch jews?

British merchants were the biggest players in the Atlantic slave trade. They were at it while America was still a British colony. It even predates the Roman occupation.

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15 minutes ago, ChrisJones said:

British merchants were the biggest players in the Atlantic slave trade. They were at it while America was still a British colony. It even predates the Roman occupation.

Ireland and Britain had a very strong slave trade between them, then Ireland and the Romans, then the Norse built one of the biggest slave ports in Europe in Dublin. 

Mostly white slave were bartered, no one kicking off about that. 

It's just the way thing were at the time.

Atb j 

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3 minutes ago, jetro said:

Ireland and Britain had a very strong slave trade between them, then Ireland and the Romans, then the Norse built one of the biggest slave ports in Europe in Dublin. 

Mostly white slave were bartered, no one kicking off about that. 

It's just the way thing were at the time.

Atb j 

If prostitution is the world's oldest occupation then slave trader has to be a close second.

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6 minutes ago, ChrisJones said:

If prostitution is the world's oldest occupation then slave trader has to be a close second.

I read before that it was stone masonry, but yes slave trading is very hight up there. 

No doubt some one will try to judge our nation's on that, even though it happened nearly a 1000 years ago.

Toatly differant world back then, compared to todays moral standards.

Atb j 

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2 minutes ago, jetro said:

I read before that it was stone masonry, but yes slave trading is very hight up there. 

No doubt some one will try to judge our nation's on that, even though it happened nearly a 1000 years ago.

Toatly differant world back then, compared to todays moral standards.

Atb j 

Even now they've rebadged it as human trafficking it touches even the smallest of towns in the quietest of places. It certainly isn't going away.

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No, I agree it's never going to go away. 

It was, is, and still happening, unfortunately. 

Imo these that  are protesting about what has happened, should maybe protest to stop what's happening today, slavery, human trafficking, child brides, honour killings ect ect, try and shape the future to be better place for all races.

No one can change the past, futile trying. 

Atb j 

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On 13/06/2020 at 10:30, Greb147 said:

PM me if you know something I don't. 

Mate why are you being all clandestine/private message etc........you must know people ??....everyone in the country knew what was going on please tell me you wasnt stood with your hands on your hips yesterday afternoon saying " where is everyone " 😆

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1 hour ago, ChrisJones said:

British merchants were the biggest players in the Atlantic slave trade. They were at it while America was still a British colony. It even predates the Roman occupation.

The British Atlantic slave trade predates the Roman empire? I've heard you come out with some liberal tosh on here but that takes the biscuit

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4 minutes ago, JDHUNTING said:

The British Atlantic slave trade predates the Roman empire? I've heard you come out with some liberal tosh on here but that takes the biscuit

Roman occupation of Britain, its a different thing 👍

The slave trade in Britain was well established by the time the romans got here

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2 hours ago, ChrisJones said:

British merchants were the biggest players in the Atlantic slave trade. They were at it while America was still a British colony. It even predates the Roman occupation.

Aye everybody and their dog has had a shot of taking,trading and owning slaves down through history,but i think the boy was getting at more of the logistic side of the Trans-Atlantic period and iam sure a read somewhere or another several times a few years back the rich jewish Dutch traders and galley owners had a big piece of the pie on that side of things....but i could be wrong as aint no expert on that much lol

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19 minutes ago, gnasher16 said:

Mate why are you being all clandestine/private message etc........you must know people ??....everyone in the country knew what was going on please tell me you wasnt stood with your hands on your hips yesterday afternoon saying " where is everyone " 😆

I live 3.5 hours away from London, I can't just nip down at the drop of a hat. 

Everyone knew but the BLM protests had been called off. 🤔

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22 minutes ago, dave88 said:

Roman occupation of Britain, its a different thing 👍

The slave trade in Britain was well established by the time the romans got here

😂😂 Ok

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