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    The White supremacists who killed Freddie Gray
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    The Baltimore riots had plenty of anti-White sentiments. There's a huge racist rant by a Black woman out there who says we need to kill all White people and calls Black cops race traitors. This was before the officers races were revealed.


    How about a recent one.

    The White supremacist who killed Sylville Smith
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    This caused the Milwaukee riots. Again there were not just anti-police but anti-White sentiments.



    Are they trying to create a race war? This is what I think. I'm sure you've all heard of George Soros foundation donating money to BLM. He is not a good man, they're just trying to create racial conflict.


    Hope people understand why BLM is dangerous. Maybe if we get its supporters to understand this they can still exist, but mellow down....
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Please actually look at the data. Birth rates in Africa, by and large, have been falling for decades. Of course they're higher than they are in western nations but they started falling much more recently. It's a myth that there's some kind of a birth rate explosion going on. Also, assuming you do not want to have mass starvation on your hands, imposing a one child policy on subsidence-farming based African countries would be absolutely insane. If your only means of keeping yourself alive is a farm in a drought-prone region, you can not afford to just have one child.

    If African women are having an average of 6 children, and we assume that 50% of those children are girls, and each of those three girls have three girls, and so on, it doesn't take a mathematical genius to see that there is a potentially catastrophic population explosion going on in Africa.

    And the main reason for the high birth rate is lack of contraception (or rather, the doctrinal prohibition of its use).
    Having several extra, unproductive mouths to feed for several years is not going to help the couple with a small patch of unproductive land. It is more likely to be a hinderance.
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    (Original post by KimKallstrom)
    Here's a good one: *

    "10 11 I believe that I went to (a very posh public) school with one of the protesters. She's been a professional climate campaigner for pretty much all her adult life, with a particular focus on airports, and a history of direct actions including breaking onto runways and clambering onto the roof of parliament. Given that the earlier BLMUK protests targeted airports, this was probably the agenda all along, and what we're looking at here are a group of hardline environmental campaigners who are perfectly happy to stir up some racial hatred if it gets their agenda in the news. I'd suspect that they couldn't care less about the issues facing minorities in the UK."
    Of course. Calling someone a racist is today the most powerful insult that exists, so the most effective advocacy technique is to find a way to call your opponent a racist regardless of whether it's relevant or not.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Please actually look at the data. Birth rates in Africa, by and large, have been falling for decades. Of course they're higher than they are in western nations but they started falling much more recently. It's a myth that there's some kind of a birth rate explosion going on. Also, assuming you do not want to have mass starvation on your hands, imposing a one child policy on subsidence-farming based African countries would be absolutely insane. If your only means of keeping yourself alive is a farm in a drought-prone region, you can not afford to just have one child.

    Can you even read your own graph? The Sub-Saharan rates are all around twice as high as any other region.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Also, assuming you do not want to have mass starvation on your hands, imposing a one child policy on subsidence-farming based African countries would be absolutely insane. If your only means of keeping yourself alive is a farm in a drought-prone region, you can not afford to just have one child.
    That's a stupendously illogical argument. The solution to too many people living on low quality land (which isn't Africa's problem anyway but whatever) is not to spike the population density to infinity.
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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    only takes away from any credibility it used to have


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