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12-08-2012, 05:51 PM
Anybody see a pattern here?
12-08-2012, 06:03 PM
Anytime a nigger brings up colonization as the cause of nigger poverty just say "liberia".
12-08-2012, 06:14 PM
#1. Congo, Democratic Republic of the
GDP Per Capita: $348 (As of 2011)
Same as lunch in lower manhattan.... LOL
12-08-2012, 06:22 PM
ALSO - If Niggs or Libs say Africa is poor because of COLONIZATION (Boo..Hoo).. Mention Ethiopia.
Also mention South Africa / Botswana / Mauritius AND North (Arab) Africa seems to be doing QUITE to VERY Well!!
Also mention Latin America, seems to be doing reasonably well.... and Asia is obviously fairly booming!
Add to that VIRTUALLY EVERY Other Country and Race in the last 10,000 years has been colonized/oppressed in SOME WAY / SHAPE Or FORM. However I do not see them moaning and bitching AS MUCH as Niggs do.
Finally mention... this.... European Settlers/Colonizers (Developers) built a vast array of roads / communication / other infrastructure / schools / universities and let them with the Basics/Building blocks of what we regard (irrespective of ethnicity) Civilization! But did they use that for their benefit. HELL NO!!!
What Africa really needs is for the world to LEAVE IT ALONE / AND PARTITION IT OFF (Except / North & Southern Africa) which are not fully niggerized.... wait a few decades and then we can re-populate... Even the "successful" SSA countries AKA Ghana / Ethiopia / Kenya / Tanzania are woefully under-developed, and apart from raw materials/minerals etc.. NOTHING useful comes out of SSA (Black) Africa
Abort & Deport
12-08-2012, 06:56 PM
Lots of whiney comments about how evil uncle Sam is somehow to blame for Africa's poor plight. One Jamaicoon even got on there and started complaining about how America is "forcing them to pass laws which would make them poorer, and America richer" (basically AML/tax laws).
Appropriately, I saw a link to an article about Kim kartrashian on that very page. Wherever Kim kartrashian is discussed, niggers are never very far away.
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