This shapes our state-religion, it was all so recent

>Ethiopia, historically independent – no wonder it’s pretty much like the movie The Fifth Element over there except with black people. Still lots of crime but they did pretty well without all those demonic white folks ever settling there

Burundi, ever heard of that one? Just researching the cursory details of some of these places. The leader of the country is Pierre Nkurunziza, who is a member of the political party known as The National Council for the Defense of Democracy – Forces for the Defense of Democracy. While I hate to be that guy, when I see something like this I really wonder what “Independence” means. Democracy is white people brainwash from my perspective. They all really ought to read and reread DAT FRANTZ FANON

Another one

The Botswana Democratic party has ruled Botswana continuously since gaining independence from the United Kingdom in 1966.

So how about the country across the Red Sea from our good frenemies the Saudis, Sudan? Well, last summer, let’s just say they don’t treat their protestors the same as they do here

Dozens of peaceful protesters were killed and about forty of the bodies were thrown in the river Nile, hundreds were tortured, violated and raped in the streets of Khartoum.

This was after a coup against Omar al-Bashir who ruled for 30 years. Sounds like pure chaos over there

he oversaw the war in Darfur that resulted in death tolls that are about 10,000 according to the Sudanese Government but most sources suggest between 200,000 and 400,000.

Just 390,000 bodies dismembered and dumped in the Nile for the crocodiles, nothing to worry about. This is probably the wrong time to ask if any progs want to take me up on that backpacking idea here instead of Central America.

He wasn’t all bad

A working document issued for the conference in Khartoum says the agency, called AfriSpace, would enable “co-operation among African states in space research and technology and their space applications”.

Only “a tiny minority” of countries presently control space technologies, which play a major role in everything from broadcasting to weather forecasting, agriculture, health and environmental monitoring, the document notes.

They have a similar problem there that we have here

That would help feed the poor, dummy. Time-preference!

Alright what’s the next African country to scrutinize

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea had his own uncle executed by firing squad in 1979 and continues to rule to this day. Reading up on some of these people, I continuously wonder what made Saddam so egregious- then I remember. Granted, Obiang is quite the lurid figure, being accused of systematic cannibalism. It’s one thing to be starving in a jungle, it’s another to do that when you have half a billion in blood money. “Be tolerant!” I wonder if Jack would ban him if he tweeted a pic of fried human brains on a silver platter, probably not. It’s all white people’s fault they’re like that after all, just look at historically independent Ethiopia, thee symbol of starvation in the world par excellence.

It sure would be a bad idea for white people to take over these countries. Has about the population of San Diego, imagine someone like that being in charge there.

When I see the anarchists burning shit down during these “Floyd Riots” I see people who descended from countries like Obiang’s. Millennia of rulers like Obiang lead to citizens like Obiang. They blame white people for being related to people like this. Uhh, is that our fault? Meanwhile instead of teaching them to be less like these African countries, we’re so “tolerant” and “sorrowful” that we’re turning more and more into these countries. What a great role model for the developing world we are.

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