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THE BLACK ETRUSCAN FOUNDED ROME WHO FIRST NURTURED POOR WHITES OF EUROPE

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These white men ruling murders and thieves, must be known by historic fact...The National Geographic wrote as follows: The early development of Rome, however, was influenced most by the Etruscans, who were located north of Rome in Etruria. After 650 B.C., they expanded into north-central Italy and came to control Rome and most of Latium.The Etruscans found Rome a village but launched a building program that turned it into a city. Etruscan dress-- the toga and short cloak-- was adopted by the Romans. The organization of the Roman army also was borrowed from the Black Etruscans. (Now look what happened next, when Blacks are kind to insolvent criminal white men). White Romans overthrow the last Etruscan king and established a republic, a form of government in which the leader is not a monarch and certain citizens have the right to vote. This was the beginning of a new era in Rome's history. As you can see Blacks could have defeated these whites from their 650 B.C cradle without one shot. The no protection sense is what shows in the Blacks attitude to this day. Wake up if you are not dead yet.? War and conquest. As in whites takeover of black settled Israel, all blacks around them became enemies while its clear Romans are criminals. So a the beginning of the Roman republic, they regarded the Greeks their enemies too inspite of being mentor to them. For the next two hundred years, the city was engaged in almost continous warfare. In 338 B.C., Rome crushed the Latin states in Latium. During  the next 50 years, the Romans  waged a fierce struggle agains people from the centural Apennines, some of whom had settled south of Rome. Rome was again victorious.   (read N/G  page 151  

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