The Crumbling of Africa & Why All Foreign Invaders Should Be Removed: Part 2
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This is part 2 to a previous debate. To simply get straight to the point, Africa should remove all foreigners from the continent because the foreigners have destroyed the people and the land. If you take a look at Africa, the entire continent was thriving before it was forcefully colonized. The Arabs, Europeans & Asians are the culprits because history backs up all claims.
Some people may find this topic as being racist because I'm exposing the people who are causing the issues. I generally debate real-world topics to create dialogue. The demographics are not in my favor so winning a debate isn't my goal. My goal is to expose the truth while calling out the hypocrisy.
Anyone is more than welcome to accept this challenge, but you'll need to bring facts and logic. If not, then I'll sarcastically expose you on a public forum. You'll also need to leave your emotions & racism out of it. If not, then I won't hesitate to roast you.
- Where are you going to send them? They are nationals of Africa now, in this generation. No one who immigrated in the last century or so was an 'invader' in any literal sense. What are you seriously going to do with this generation of immigrants that are all born natives of African nations?
- What exactly is a 'true African'? Clearly a West Indies individual could have sex with an African and produce what looks like a native African... It can't seriously be based on how 'black' you look. Ethiopians and Somalis look less black than many non-African blacks, or are you going to 'go back that far in time' to make this a racial thing entirely?
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