As i will reiterate expeditiously: I am in no way shape or form trying to create a racial divide, or superiority of a race,just educational facts. Whether your arguments be loquacious or articulate, i accept them all.
Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2013
Africa has the most abundant national resources on the planet. The Africa advertised on television is one of squalor, decadence, degradation, decay, and ruin. Some of the cities...in fact...are the antithesis of the media claim, but i digress. This video voids most of those claims:
Although this video shows the progression of some African cities, we are all familiar with the famine, poverty, genocide, corrective rape, corruption, and apathetic dictators...what most are not aware of are the palm oil, gold and diamonds, oil, cocoa, precious metals, sugar, and wheat that enables America to live and extravagant, grandiose, and flamboyant lifestyles. Next time you wear a sixteen carat gold watch, think about the adolescent kids in Zimbabwe making less than a dollar a day. When purchasing that diamond ring from Zales, Kay Jewelers, or Macy's; think of that preadolescent kid mining your for your tennis bracelet in Sierra Leone. Finally, before you buy that next HTC phone, Evo, or Iphone 1,2,or 3, think of those kids mining--once again--for your telecommunication pleasure for less than a dollar a day in the Congo.
Henry Kissinger states on page 43 of his April 27,1974 National Security Study Memorandum: "Reduction of the rate of population in these states[developing countries] is vital matter of U.S. national security...The U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries. This fact gives the U.S. enhanced interests in political, economic, and social stability of the supplying countries. Whenever a lessening of the population can increase the prospect for such stability, population policy becomes relevant to resources, supplies, and to the economic interests of the United States." This also comes from a guy that said power is the best aphrodisiac. So, was Kissingers memorandum a precursor to the Rwandan or Darfur genocide, pollution in the Niger delta, and corrective raping of lesbians in the South Africa; I think so. Oh and let's not forget what is going on in Libya. Africa is more than a United Way, red cross charity case, it is a place of beauty and engineered dissidence. Being cognizant of the news in Africa is vital to gauging the clandestine agenda here in America. Keep an open mind folks!
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