This paper claims that people of Black African descent resist racial revenge, including against people of European descent. The paper began by presenting data illustrating that millions of Black Africans were captured and transported to be enslaved through the Indian Ocean, Trans-Atlantic, Trans-Saharan, and Red Sea Slave Trades from the 1400s to the 1900s. Angola, Nigeria, Ghana, and Ethiopia are among the nations that lost at least one million of their members during this period. The paper presents several examples to substantiate this claim that people of Black African descent resist racial revenge. The paper goes on to present examples showing that although there have been negative implications of the enslavement of people of Black African descent and their resistance to racial revenge against Europeans, there are also important interrelated positive implications, including inheritance of fertile lands across the planet, wealth accumulation and the election of the son of a pure blooded Black African immigrant as president of the United States of America, making him not just the most powerful Black leader, but also the most powerful leader of the world in the beginning of the 21st Century.
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