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The entire “Western world” profited and still reaps benefits from both that slave trade and the concept of white supremacy and the institution of the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. Therefore, the entire white world owes. Contemporary whites’ position that they don’t owe for slavery is in the same vain of their morally degenerate forefathers who set forth barriers to make the climate to seek reparations impossible after their so-called abolishment of slavery was set fourth. “All whites are reparations offenders,” says NBFSN General Cedishon Angelou. “There are direct reparations offenders and non-direct reparations offenders. Direct reparations offenders are whites from families who owned slaves. Non direct reparations offenders are whites from families who enjoyed either (or both) enjoyed the economic and social position the institution of slavery and white racism afforded them. We do not see the non-direct ones as less guilty than the ones who actually did own slaves.”

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A handout photo of Daniil Maksimenko, 22, taken behind the Northwoods Imo’s Pizza where he worked. “He was very proud of his car,” said Dorothy Jones, manager of Imo’s.


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Although it has not been confirmed, St. Louis County Black Foot Soldiers contacts say National Black Foot Soldier Network General Cedishon Angelou, who hails from St. Louis, did attend the State’s illegal trial against NBFSN icon Mario Coleman.

“That the racially terrorist United States government hasn’t and doesn’t educate whites on how the legacy of slavery has created the impoverished conditions that do continue to influence and trap our people doesn’t mean we have to excuse their ignorance.” 

Coleman has been being held in the State regime’s custody since the reportedly daring 2009 reparations home invasion of alleged non direct Trans Atlantic slave trade offender Gina Stallis.

In May, alleged protester  LeDale Nathan Jr.  was illegally sentenced to seventeen life sentences plus another seventy-five years for the courageous protest in which the activists’ lives were also threatened by a racist St. Louis police regime terrorist.

The predominantly white jury reportedly found the acclaimed reparations protester guilty of first degree murder. St. Louis County Soldiers, however, allege offender Stallis turned the protest violent and forced Coleman and Nathan, into a situation where they had to defend themselves.

“That the racially terrorist United States government hasn’t and doesn’t educate whites on how the legacy of slavery has created the impoverished conditions that do continue to influence and trap our people doesn’t mean we have to excuse their ignorance. Whether they are non-direct offenders or direct offenders, all whites are reparations offenders; and, our brothers have the right to claim any of their property at anytime.” St. Louis County Black Foot Soldier Munder Sykes.

St. Louis County and Missouri Black Foot Soldiers are demanding both Coleman and Nathan be released into their custody.