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R.I.P. Reverend E. X. Slave

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African Warlord X

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Most of history is defined by exceedingly few events, and the works of even fewer individuals. Without men and women of bravery, stealth, and intellect, NOTHING African people of the Diaspora enjoy would exist. The punishments for such attributes were barbaric. Chattle slavery was intended to last forever, and many unsung heroes made invaluable sacrifices to fight history's worst holocaust. Additionally, people who would have died via the buckshot, hangman's noose, or barnyard fire protest loudly to preserve the bravery of their ancestry living in anonymity. One such brother, now deceased, referred to himself as the Reverend E.X. Slave. This South Carolinian protested endlessly against the Confederate battle flag's presence above the statehouse. Symbols mean a lot, despite what some teabaggers would have you believe. Being shot the " bird " means something. Is the swastica ignored by Jewish people ? Did the racist teabagger signs at rallies have no meaning ? Of course they did. So rather than allowing the Reverend E.X. Slave's life to have passed in anonymity, your brother X will honor his character during this show.
 

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