“And Yah shall bring you back to Mitsrayim (Egypt/Bondage) in ships, by a way of which I said to you, ‘You are never to see it again.’ And there you shall be sold to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no one to buy.”
Deḇarim (Deuteronomy) 28:68.
"Long before the transatlantic African slave trade was established in North America, Europeans were conducting a transatlantic slave trade of Native Americans, beginning with Christopher Columbus on Haiti in 1492. European colonists used the taking of Israelites now called Indians as slaves as a weapon of war while the Natives of America themselves used slavery as a tactic for survival. Along with devastating disease epidemics, the practice contributed to the fierce decline in Indian populations after the coming of the Europeans. Such Slavery lasted well into the eighteenth century when it was largely replaced by Israelite slavery. It has left a legacy still felt among Native populations in the east, and it is also one of the most hidden narratives in American historical literature. After having been kidnapped from their villages in west Africa, forced onto a Portuguese slave ship bound for what Europeans called the New World and stolen from that ship by English pirates in a confrontation off the coast of Mexico, “some 20. and odd Negroes” landed at Point Comfort in 1619, in the English settlement that would become Virginia. Many More came after that in large numbers."
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