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Reply #15 - Jul 9th, 2018 at 7:09pm
 
I totally agree with the above extracts from the Irish Writer.

I mean - he comes from a country that takes pride in being the 'foolish' drunk butt of jokes that 'sponges' off the EEC for want of getting sober with England, Wales & Scotland.

Africans?
Shall the world stop feeding their 'Western' ways?
Because we all know that a Black Man in North America is a Labourer and nothing more than a Wanker.
While the Black Man of Asia is an 'Academic' ...which is why Obama kept trying to be President of Asia, more than America.  Roll Eyes

So Mr 'Western' Irish Writer - its YOUR Western ways that have 'dominated' Africa to be as YOU want them to be.

If you suddenly change your ways and stop feeding their 'Failings' for your culture...
...then you might as well stop feeding the poor downtrodden Convicts of Australia that are living the high life as one of the most wealthiest and expensive nations on the planet. A nation of over-indulgent Gays of near minimal hetero-breeding capability, for want of preference to have little white fluffy dogs as pets to can 'afford' to go to expensive VETS.

Yes - the HYPOCRISY is evident.

Me thinks the Irish Writer needs to point the blame at the USA/UK/Eire and WESTERN (North America & Western Europe) ways that made Africa in its own image.



...now one day, Mr Fred Hollows paid Eritrea a visit and his 'influence' there sparked a disciplined, self-sufficient, independent, honourable 'culture' of pride and progression.
Eritrea 'sparkled' and grew as if seeing the light for the first time.

...of course, after Mr Hollows passed on. Eritrea was to find itself 'bullied' by the much larger Ethiopia and turn back into that lazy AFRICAN-AMERICAN style of being lazy, based on lust and living in a card-board box with a glory hole.

Yep - YOU WESTERNERS used your 'domination' via POWER to make Africa what it is today.

...but hey, this is where the 'real' Australia will come into it and I'm not talking about the
'Western'
version either  Wink
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Reply #16 - Jul 9th, 2018 at 7:22pm
 
.JaSin. wrote on Jul 9th, 2018 at 7:09pm:
I totally agree with the above extracts from the Irish Writer.

I mean - he comes from a country that takes pride in being the 'foolish' drunk butt of jokes that 'sponges' off the EEC for want of getting sober with England, Wales & Scotland.

Africans?
Shall the world stop feeding their 'Western' ways?
Because we all know that a Black Man in North America is a Labourer and nothing more than a Wanker.
While the Black Man of Asia is an 'Academic' ...which is why Obama kept trying to be President of Asia, more than America.  Roll Eyes

So Mr 'Western' Irish Writer - its YOUR Western ways that have 'dominated' Africa to be as YOU want them to be.

If you suddenly change your ways and stop feeding their 'Failings' for your culture...
...then you might as well stop feeding the poor downtrodden Convicts of Australia that are living the high life as one of the most wealthiest and expensive nations on the planet. A nation of over-indulgent Gays of near minimal hetero-breeding capability, for want of preference to have little white fluffy dogs as pets to can 'afford' to go to expensive VETS.

Yes - the HYPOCRISY is evident.

Me thinks the Irish Writer needs to point the blame at the USA/UK/Eire and WESTERN (North America & Western Europe) ways that made Africa in its own image.



...now one day, Mr Fred Hollows paid Eritrea a visit and his 'influence' there sparked a disciplined, self-sufficient, independent, honourable 'culture' of pride and progression.
Eritrea 'sparkled' and grew as if seeing the light for the first time.

...of course, after Mr Hollows passed on. Eritrea was to find itself 'bullied' by the much larger Ethiopia and turn back into that lazy AFRICAN-AMERICAN style of being lazy, based on lust and living in a card-board box with a glory hole.

Yep - YOU WESTERNERS used your 'domination' via POWER to make Africa what it is today.

...but hey, this is where the 'real' Australia will come into it and I'm not talking about the
'Western'
version either  Wink


BS... doogooders feeding them made them what they are today. And where the colonizers have left they have turned back into what they were pre-colonisation. Learnt nothing.
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Reply #17 - Jul 9th, 2018 at 7:24pm
 
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Reply #18 - Jul 9th, 2018 at 7:36pm
 
OLD:

In the UK (Northern Hemisphere) - its was/is the RICH Political peoples who are innocent and the poor were 'CRIMINALS'. (it can be said for the USA too)
(reverse for ART, in the Northern Hemisphere).

NEW:
In Australia (Southern Hemisphere) - it is the RICH Political peoples who are the CRIMINALS and the poor who are the 'innocents'.

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Reply #19 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 9:23pm
 
freediver wrote on Jul 8th, 2018 at 9:58pm:
The problems in Africa are not attributable to a few centuries of colonisation. They are attributable to a millennia or more of supplying slaves for the regional and global trade, and 1400 years or Muslim rule across the north. The social and political institutions they have today were shaped during that era and are not going to change in a hurry.

The problem is not only in Africa, it is in Asia, South America, the Middle East where the population is increasing at an alarming rate, and if this is not stopped there will hardly enough room for people to lay down.
So rather than support people to keep on breeding, they should be provided with contraceptives and forced to stop breeding excessively; but for that to happen the world leaders have to become more honest and speak openly. Unfortunately in a Democracy that cannot happen, because the electors cannot stand the truth and will always vote for candidate who promises them what they aspire to, be it good or bad.

There is a lot of talk about civilizations and humanity, yet so far no such thing has ever existed on planet earth.
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Reply #20 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 9:42pm
 
yes..

pictures of little kids with flies on their faces to sucker in the Western Society...

MrA did warn us all....  Wink

thanks for that Gnads...

it was very interesting to see the Figures of misery that the socialist leftwing bleeding hearts have caused... Angry
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Reply #21 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 9:50pm
 
Poor little White Men,
living in Europe and the stolen continents of Nth America & Australia.

Can't hack the fact that they are 'slaves' - building a world for the Darkies to out-breed them.

See - love conquers white people and their 'power'.
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Reply #22 - Jul 11th, 2018 at 1:07am
 
We don't hold Africans in high esteem because they show no evidence of having created a society of any value. Western men and women hold their standards higher than African men and women. Africans are not going to do well when the West stops funding their meals and any semblance of a better standard of living.
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Reply #23 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 9:13am
 
UnSubRocky wrote on Jul 11th, 2018 at 1:07am:
We don't hold Africans in high esteem because they show no evidence of having created a society of any value. Western men and women hold their standards higher than African men and women. Africans are not going to do well when the West stops funding their meals and any semblance of a better standard of living.


Does that include stopping the planes?

Africa for The Africans, after all....... two way street, innit?
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Reply #24 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 9:17am
 
.JaSin. wrote on Jul 10th, 2018 at 9:50pm:
Poor little White Men,
living in Europe and the stolen continents of Nth America & Australia.

Can't hack the fact that they are 'slaves' - building a world for the Darkies to out-breed them.

See - love conquers white people and their 'power'.
Grin


Stop feeding them and see how many survive to 'out-breed' us in any meaningful way other than short, nasty life spans... best thing we could do for them..... they could breed to their heart's content in Africa and Asia...... shut the gates and lock them ......

We're busy building a better life and society so we can feed and arm them so they can kill one another with greater efficiency ....

Footnote:-  I have enormous sympathy and empathy with starving kids etc, and would be happy to do aid work - but being part of that industry is a waste of time and energy that could be better put to use saving Australia and the West from itself........ now ... to real issues ... we've 'Lima Declaration'ed' China - not put it back in the Dark Ages and let's get on with solving our own problems at home.... all building it up as an 'industrial giant' has done is to create the same problems as the West.... one mega-fat cat for every billion poor cats....

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Reply #25 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 9:37am
 
miketrees wrote on Jul 8th, 2018 at 12:55pm:
Its an uncomfortable truth.



absolutely.....and he says it well..

we have been brainwashed into thinking MONEY is a cure all...do we ever really think that money goes where we think it is??????.. Roll Eyes Roll Eyes.. and do we ever seriously think it will fix anything?....when I read how the population has grown in Ethiopia...its staggering...

this is written by a man who has travelled in this country he speaks from first hand experience...and calls a spade a spade...

its ugly   and confronting....but why pretend..its a better place thanks to CHARITY..
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Reply #26 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 11:45am
 
Yeee-usssh - up to 90% of aid money goes into 'administration' or into the bank accounts of the warlords of one kind or another.... it's a joke.
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Reply #27 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 11:56am
 
yes but us virtuous ones think our money works... well it does for us doesnt it???

I see where women in England prefer shopping to sex...lol...which one costs the most??.. Wink Wink

at the end of the day charity keeps people down it stops them helping themselves.....why should they??..

they is it too hard for these people to dig holes to find water???...they are still dependent on the West to do that..it will be interesting to watch Sth Africa  and where their leadership leads them...
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Reply #28 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 12:26pm
 
hawil wrote on Jul 10th, 2018 at 9:23pm:
freediver wrote on Jul 8th, 2018 at 9:58pm:
The problems in Africa are not attributable to a few centuries of colonisation. They are attributable to a millennia or more of supplying slaves for the regional and global trade, and 1400 years or Muslim rule across the north. The social and political institutions they have today were shaped during that era and are not going to change in a hurry.

The problem is not only in Africa, it is in Asia, South America, the Middle East where the population is increasing at an alarming rate, and if this is not stopped there will hardly enough room for people to lay down.
So rather than support people to keep on breeding, they should be provided with contraceptives and forced to stop breeding excessively; but for that to happen the world leaders have to become more honest and speak openly. Unfortunately in a Democracy that cannot happen, because the electors cannot stand the truth and will always vote for candidate who promises them what they aspire to, be it good or bad.

There is a lot of talk about civilizations and humanity, yet so far no such thing has ever existed on planet earth.


I think conservative US politicians have quarantined all foreign aid from any organisations that think about providing family planning services (contraceptives, abortions etc).
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Reply #29 - Jul 16th, 2018 at 1:18pm
 
cods wrote on Jul 16th, 2018 at 11:56am:
yes but us virtuous ones think our money works... well it does for us doesnt it???

I see where women in England prefer shopping to sex...lol...which one costs the most??.. Wink Wink

at the end of the day charity keeps people down it stops them helping themselves.....why should they??..

they is it too hard for these people to dig holes to find water???...they are still dependent on the West to do that..it will be interesting to watch Sth Africa  and where their leadership leads them...



Their current leadership will lead them down the road of famine, mass killings, wars and a return to the ancient tribal feuds... if the Whites had any sense they'd be signing up as refugees now... before it's too late.

The Washing Of the Spears is a good read - it deals mostly with Blacks killing Blacks, and the Zulu Wars get only a few pages... the Poms killed a few thousand Zulus - the Zulus killed hundreds of thousands of other tribes.... and so it went on and on for centuries....
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