Naomi Campbell Condemns Horrific Libyan Slave Trade

Published: Saturday 9th Dec 2017 by David

As more people learn of the barbaric ways Africans are being treated in Libya and the Middle East the supermodel and humanitarian Naomi Campbell has stepped up to support the fight for equality.

For decades Sub Saharan Africans have risked their lives with hopes of a better future by leaving their home nations and heading North towards Europe via Libya.

Alas, those who are “lucky” enough to have survived the horrific journey often find themselves coming face to face with racism dished out via other people of colour.

Today, millions around the world lift their voices to condemn governments who do and say nothing about this injustice via protests taking place in several major cities.

Joining them in their quest to combat the demon that is anti-blackness?

Ms. Campbell.

#DECEMBER 9th FREE ANTISLAVERY MARCH !!! #LONDON 12 PM. #stoplibyaslavetrade #enditnow ??? #REPOST ☮️

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T A K E A S T A N D •| {Walk, March, Shout, Scream, Petition} #stopslavery #stoplibyaslavetrade #africanlivesmatter #blacklivesmatter #alllivesmatter

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Peaceful march today. Came on my ones and jumped right in the thick of it with my brothers & sisters.. #NoMoreSlavery <<- Imagine in 2017???! . . #BlackLivesMatter

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At the heart of the issue lies the often ignored racism black people face in Arabic speaking countries.

What do you make of Naomi’s statement?

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  1. Suicide Blonde December 9, 2017

    I think Madonna also posted about this a couple of weeks ago too, it’s a tragic situation, especially considering that is happening now. Most Arabic people I know are extremely racist towards black Africans, especially Maghrebis, one Tunisian guy I know once said that they should kill all black people living in Tunisia, I think this issue is not talked about as much as it should.

    • We are the grandchildren of the slaves you couldn’t kill – tyler December 9, 2017

      The irony

      • Suicide Blonde December 9, 2017

        Save your hypocrisy Tyler, we all know you would be celebrating if the victims were white.

    • Stephy December 9, 2017

      Of course you would know and associate with someone like that…

      • Suicide Blonde December 9, 2017

        Oh f*** off, I said I know the guy, not that he’s my friend.

    • Caleb December 9, 2017

      As much as I love Madonna where was she and the other celebs when the United States under the Obama administration sadly decided to support the rebels with a bombing campaign in 2011 to destroy Gaddafi and the Libyan government? This even though those same rebels were lynching Black people every time they entered a town they’d chased Gaddafi loyalists out of.
      Why didn’t they speak out when it could have been prevented? Why did the US ignore those who warned that this was going to happen?

  2. Achooo! December 9, 2017

    Wow I didn’t know rag head sandies were racist toward blacks. Where do these rag head sandies think the tan or tint of dark skin color comes from. All humans have some form of “black” in them as blacks are the creator of all races. People can deny or hate all they want but it will always be the truth.

    • Biebz Galore December 9, 2017

      They are really bad. People don’t know that the reason some Africans are Muslim is because Arabs enslaved Africans before the transatlantic trade. Only God I love and serve knows why people are always trying to harm us.

    • Caleb December 9, 2017

      Gaddafi kept these racists in check but the US decided he had to go.

  3. zayke December 9, 2017

    Beyonce where are you sis

  4. Caleb December 9, 2017

    Please don’t forget that this would not be happening had the United States and NATO not decided to wrecklessly destroy the Libyan government in 2011 as part of its bloodthirsty crusade in North Africa and the ‘Middle East.’ Western leaders have so much blood on their hands.

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