Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by Agent Mulder, Apr 9, 2021.
If the flight is from China what do you expect
Too many people flying cross continentally during a pandemic.
That’s how variants spread.
YTer followers don't logic. Or in this case Instagramer followers.
except that wasn’t the point the man was trying to make and I believe both of you knew that before you commented. but that’s what we do - derail a serious conversation with an attempt to be snide.
And, as is being done now, the next block of time has to be wasted having to “explain in laymen’s terms” what was meant literally like little fukkin kiddies while trying to get everyone back focused on the issue that matters, which is indeed the Chinese colonization of Africa.
I addressed both of y’all but I don’t know the other dude. I read your posts though, enough to know that you have a mind. And you‘be supplemented that mind with reading. You think Dr. Clarke would’ve had y’all’s reaction, or would he have had something of value to add to the discussion? Because Dr. Clarke himself spoke on what the Asians are going to mean for Africa, and he said it was gonna be much worse than what happened under the European.
Brother we have more than enough ignorant clowns. We need those with knowledge and intelligence to provide a better example.
If the African nations ain’t willing to commit to stopping it what the hell are we supposed to do?
If it's a flight from an Asian country to an African country, who would the majority of passengers be?
There's a direct flight from Port Au Prince to JFK several times a week.
The plane is full of Haitian nationals and Haitian Americans.
Some non-Haitian Blacks and some whites would be sprinkled in.
The person who made the social media post used the wrong example to bolster his point.
Here is an example of a Haitian member posting Haitian YTer babble, and me calling him out.
pointed out that his example was wrong, cited scholars, used common sense logic to explain why his interpretation was wrong, and then I called in Sis to weigh in.
He was 100% wrong.
Whatever point he was trying to make, he used the wrong example. And then doubled down when his example was debunked.
This goes against how Dr. Clarke and serious scholars operate. People who learn from actual historians/scholars tend to discuss topics in a different manner than those who learn from youtubers.
That thread is a good an example of that. YTer fanbases are echo chambers. Logic, facts, reasoning go out the window. Misinformation goes unchecked.
I mean if the flight is from China...
Naja brehs won’t allow it
There is no chinese colonization. Stop feeding into this Sinophobia bullsh!t. China has been around for 5000+ years and never expanded past asia - they themselves got occupied by Europeans.
You're telling me that China will do worse than lead to 10 million deaths like king leopold of Belgium ? Or force african central banks to bank in China and set their interest rates ?
This another thread where American turn up their noses shytting on the African continent that they have very little knowledge of while pretending to "give" advise while they are struggling in their own neighborhoods
No, this is me and that man having a conversation. I respect him and his intellect enough to do that.
And this is also me telling you I don't have to "pretend" like I give a fukk about Africa; no, on the contrary, I can say very plainly I don't give a fukk about Africa. It wasn't always this way, but you can only give a fukk about a people who don't give a fukk about themselves for so long. We indeed used to look to Africa and Africans for some kinda connection to our lost roots, but speaking for myself, no more. I seek no association with your kind. Any speaking on African issues you see me do from here on out isn't a plea for any kind of solidarity with our "African family" or anything c*ntish like that. No, just know I'm speaking objectively, seeking to learn what I can from a detached point of view and hopefully learn from the countless lessons of African Failure.
When the history is written on the native African it will be very unkind. It will tell of a people that in most cases lived even lower than peasants, although they were surrounded by wealth as far as the eye can see. It will tell of a people with the political maturity of an infant and were therefore treated like little babies throughout. A very delusional people. A people that, having fled their own homeland in search of "better opportunities" would, no sooner than touching down here or in some other western nation, mock me because of my "slave background," meanwhile the native African is being enslaved on the continent right now as we speak. Make no mistake about it - that the native African wasn't put through chattel slavery himself right there in Africa is one of history's great lies. So much of your supposed superiority complex came from that lie too.
I could on but I'll stop there. My friend, I probably know more about what's going on over there than you and I've never been. But I don't have to. All I have to do is read what white people have said their short and long-term plans for the continent are, look at where Africa is right now, and see that, yeah, things are going according to plan. His plan, not yours.
Don't believe me? Well, I know you're no reader, so there's a video on youtube of a white man explaining, in very plain language if you're not stupid, why Africa is poor today, and will remain poor in the future. So laugh on my friend.