The point I made several times was the irony of the first documented slave in America was a black man owned a black man, after CamMoon brought it up on page 2. The meme came from the original link I posted (UC Berkely), not the ones you posted. Which part are you having trouble comprehending?
The ironic fact that the first documented case of slavery in the United States was a black man owning a black man. So when CamMoon said he would be ashamed of his ancestors, he didn't realize where it began.
The website I got the meme from is listed in the original post. But you keep twisting it to your own accord. https://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~arihuang/academic/abg/slavery/history.html
Just read the last 2 sentences. "The court gave judicial sanction for blacks to own a slave of their own race. Thus Casor became the first permanent slave and Johnson the first slave owner." From another source (Wikipedia)
But indentured servitude was just that, and once a servant had finished his service, he was generally free to leave. They worked a set amount of time in exchange for room, board, and to pay for passage from Europe or Africa. In fact, Anthony Johnson was an indentured servant who became a business owner after he was granted his freedom.