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Voice of the Plaintiff

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Two leads - 1) Esther 3:8 - there is a certain people scattered abroad and dispersed among the people in all the provinces of thy kingdom; 2) Nahum 3:18 - thy people is scattered, and no man gathereth them. The voice of the plaintiff (complainant) is not that of a single individual, neither is it against just one person: this voice is representative of the black race, and its complaint is against the Papacy and the Gentiles.   The voice's speaker identifies himself (Song of Solomon 1:5 and 6), saying, "I am black."  Whether this voice speaks using the singular (I, my, me, etc.) or plural pronoun (we, our, us, etc.), its message still is about the whole.  Case in point, the plaintiff says, 1) Lamentations 3:1 - I am the man that hath seen (experienced) affliction; 2) Nehemiah 4:4 and Esther 7:4 - hear, O our God; for we are despised: we are sold, I and my people, to be destroyed, to be slain, and to perish; 3) Acts 28:20 - I am bound {all the slaves were bound (restricted; kept within certain limits)}; 4) Lamentation 5:5 - we (the slaves) labor, and have no rest; 5) Lamentations 5:5 - our necks are under persecution; 6) Psalm 44:11 - thou hast given us like sheep appointed for meat; and hast scattered us among the heathen (Gentiles);  7) Luke 17:10 - we are unprofitable servants; 8) Jeremiah 20:7 - thou (the papacy and the Gentiles) hast deceived me; 9)Lamentations 5:8 - there is none that doth deliver us out of their (the Gentiles') hand.  The voice of the plaintiff is the voice of the enslaved and their descendants.  The Gentiles have testified (John 8:33), saying, "we (Gentiles, alias: white people) were never in bondage."