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Multi-ethnic countries, imperialism and borders

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    The left often like to say that a lot of the violence in Africa and other places is caused by colonial powers drawing lines arbitrarily and lumping different ethnic groups in with each other in the same borders. This may well be partly true, but how come the exact same people generally advocate for western countries to become multi-ethnic?

    It'd be funny to see them go to africa and tell the Tutsis to stop fighting because they're racist against Hutus.
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