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Biden Considers Awarding $450K Per Person to Families Separated at the Border

Discussed in the thread above.

 

Most recently, the Geriatric in Chief, er, POTUS said he's not considering it:

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10162717/Its-garbage-Biden-DENIES-report-hes-giving-450K-migrants-separated-border-Trump.html

 

We have no way of knowiing which way this volleyball will fall but as I mentioned in the other thread, to even consider it is a slap in the face of ADOS. 😎

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This is actually the settlement of a lawsuit that was filed by

the ACLU on behalf of some illegal aliens.

 

The ACLU is the AMERICAN Civil Liberties Union so why are

they representing foreigners.  How do illegals have any rights

as Americans.  

 

It should be unlawful for them to have standing to file any type

of lawsuit against our government, since they broke the law by

crossing into our nation, they have no business being here, and

I wouldn't pay them 50¢. 

 

If they wanted to keep their families together, they should have 

stayed in their home countries until they could enter into the 

U.S. legally, like normal law-abiding people.  They should have 

been jailed and/or deported.

 

I have a feeling that the DOJ and Biden are settling this lawsuit 

in order to have something else to blame on Trump.

 

But Trump would not have rolled over for these people the way  

that spineless, befuddled Biden is doing.  Even dummycrats

should be outraged by this preposterous settlement.  

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Mzuri said:

The ACLU is the AMERICAN Civil Liberties Union so why are they representing foreigners.

@Mzuri, I'm sure already know what I'm going to type but I'll do it anyway...follow the money. 😁

 

Lawyers get paid a king's ransom to defend people they know are guilty. 😉😎

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7 minutes ago, ProfD said:

@Mzuri, I'm sure already know what I'm going to type but I'll do it anyway...follow the money. 😁

 

Lawyers get paid a king's ransom to defend people they know are guilty. 😉😎

 

 

Yes, but I don't think the ACLU gets paid.

 

Perhaps they get some of the proceeds in a contingency situation,

but I don't believe they require upfront fees. 

 

Just a good sob story.

 

Regardless, they should be representing AMERICANS, not some

riffraff that jumped our borders.

 

The courts should not have allowed this lawsuit to be filed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Mzuri said:

Yes, but I don't think the ACLU gets paid.

 

Perhaps they get some of the proceeds in a contingency situation, but I don't believe they require upfront fees. 

 

Regardless, they should be representing AMERICANS, not some riffraff that jumped our borders.

 

The courts should not have allowed this lawsuit to be filed.

There's no such thing as a free lunch.😁

 

The ACLU has an annual budget of about  $300 million.  That money comes from somewhere.😉

 

Technically, most of the border crossing folks are Central and South Americans. 😁

 

Back to the regularly scheduled programming.😎

 

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1 hour ago, ProfD said:

 

The ACLU has an annual budget of about  $300 million.  That money comes from somewhere.😉

 

 

 

I was reading about it at Wikipedia before I posted.

 

Most ACLU funding came from philanthropies, such as the Garland Fund.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_Liberties_Union

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 11/5/2021 at 8:02 AM, daniellegfny said:

Biden administration admits it will be giving huge sums to unlawful border crossers but none to Black Folks. Once again it demonstrates Democrats despise Black Americans. It’s sad that has been the case since before the Civil War.

You get what you vote for.

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11 hours ago, nels said:

You get what you vote for.


Just like when you vote for a known Russian agent

 

Democrats Vow to Investigate Latest Trump Bombshell - Variety

 

 

 

....you get a guy who actually instigates an insurrection and the dismantling of his own country.
 

 

U.S. Jan. 6 panel to advance contempt charges if subpoenas not followed  -Cheney | Reuters

 

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3 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:


Just like when you vote for a known Russian agent

 

Democrats Vow to Investigate Latest Trump Bombshell - Variety

 

 

 

....you get a guy who actually instigates an insurrection and the dismantling of his own country.
 

 

U.S. Jan. 6 panel to advance contempt charges if subpoenas not followed  -Cheney | Reuters

 

 

 

Bull.  Shit.

 

He was never a Russian agent, all that crap was 

some made-up campaign diversion that Hillary 

pulled out of her useless behind so she could

win the election, and you know it.

 

What don't you understand about

 

"PEACEFULLY AND PATRIOTICALLY?"

 

How can you have an insurrection with no weapons?

 

Keep enjoying your

 

vax mandates

 

higher prices on everything 

 

open borders

 

false promises and outright lies

 

Keystone XL shutdown laying off thousands of workers

 

COVID being out of control

 

energy dependence

 

skyrocketing inflation

 

defund the police

 

failed Afghanistan exit

 

supply chain shortages

 

higher gasoline prices

 

increased crime 

 

Green New Deal

 

non-existent COVID tests because they

have to build the factory first

 

and all the other un-Constitutional dictatorial

and tyrannical executive orders, policies, and

mandates brought to you by Joe Biden, his

incompetent V.P. and all the rest of the

do-nothing Democrats.

 

None of this mess would be happening if Trump 

or any other Republican was in charge.

 

Some of you dems/libs are so gullible.

 

Maybe 2022 will be the YEAR you wakeup from 

your foggy slumber.

 

 

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  WAKE UP PIONEER, WAKEY WAKEY

 TIME TO WAKE UP TO REALITY

 YOU SWEET LITTLE HONEY BEAR

 

 

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14 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

"Just like when you vote for a known Russian agent"

Pioneer1, when you finish with that crack pipe, let us know.

10 hours ago, Mzuri said:

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Bull.  Shit.

 

He was never a Russian agent, all that crap was 

some made-up campaign diversion that Hillary 

pulled out of her useless behind so she could

win the election, and you know it.

 

What don't you understand about

 

"PEACEFULLY AND PATRIOTICALLY?"

 

How can you have an insurrection with no weapons?

 

Keep enjoying your

 

vax mandates

 

higher prices on everything 

 

open borders

 

false promises and outright lies

 

Keystone XL shutdown laying off thousands of workers

 

COVID being out of control

 

energy dependence

 

skyrocketing inflation

 

defund the police

 

failed Afghanistan exit

 

supply chain shortages

 

higher gasoline prices

 

increased crime 

 

Green New Deal

 

non-existent COVID tests because they

have to build the factory first

 

and all the other un-Constitutional dictatorial

and tyrannical executive orders, policies, and

mandates brought to you by Joe Biden, his

incompetent V.P. and all the rest of the

do-nothing Democrats.

 

None of this mess would be happening if Trump 

or any other Republican was in charge.

 

Some of you dems/libs are so gullible.

 

Maybe 2022 will be the YEAR you wakeup from 

your foggy slumber.

 

 

    sleepybear.gif.ccad31daafd3297375139e9e8a584c73.gif

  WAKE UP PIONEER, WAKEY WAKEY

 TIME TO WAKE UP TO REALITY

 YOU SWEET LITTLE HONEY BEAR

 

 

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It's unfortunate that so many people don't seem to understand that liberals are nothing but useful idiots of the left. Even worse, (white liberals, a la Malcom X: https://mychal-massie.com/malcolm-x-was-right-about-white-liberals/), are driving gullible low-information black Americans right off the cliff. At least that's what many non-informed black Americans think, as they say. Do your homework.

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Mzuri

 

I'm still trying to get myself together after seeing at that teddy bear in your post.

I'm sure I'll come up with an adequate response after the emotional reaction to that image calms down a bit..LOL

 

 

 

Nels

 

 

Pioneer1, when you finish with that crack pipe, let us know.

 

Why?
Are you feenin' for a hit?

 

Sorry, I don't do drugs.
I suggest you find someone else to supply your "gots-ta-habits"...lol

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12 hours ago, nels said:

It's unfortunate that so many people don't seem to understand that liberals are nothing but useful idiots of the left. Even worse, (white liberals, a la Malcom X: https://mychal-massie.com/malcolm-x-was-right-about-white-liberals/), are driving gullible low-information black Americans right off the cliff. At least that's what many non-informed black Americans think, as they say. Do your homework.

 

 

I don't know what it is, but I am shocked that people are getting 

ALL their news from a single source, like CNN.  A good friend of 

mine recently told me that he keeps his TV on CNN 24/7, never 

even checks the other news channels.  

 

The term "useful idiot" would apply to him, but to me he is 

totally useLESS.  How can I have an intelligent conversation

with someone who is clueless about what is really going on

about anything.  

 

CNN interfered with our elections with their constant droning 

and bashing Trump, and completely ignoring the wrong-doings

of Clinton and Biden, sweeping all of their dirt under the rug,

and withholding actual news and information about them and

other important matters.

 

I know that they are part of the left, but all of their plotting and 

scheming against one candidate should be illegal.  They don't  

even practice equal time or campaign coverage.

 

And people are still buying it.

 

It's as if they are living in the dark ages and not the

information age.

 

 

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I don't trust either party (Republican or Democrat)  or either channel (Fox News or CNN).

I'm not going to trade in one slave master for another.
Or run away from the Democratic plantation just to take refuge on the Republican plantation.


BOTH of them are  headed by the same racist devils.

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22 minutes ago, Pioneer1 said:

 

I'm still trying to get myself together after seeing at that teddy bear in your post.

I'm sure I'll come up with an adequate response after the emotional reaction to that image calms down a bit..LOL

 

 

 

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It's not that serious.

 

But is that how you look while you're asleep?

 

Hugging your pillow and dreaming away.

 

Unfazed by reality.

 

Even when you are wide awake.

 

 

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The opiates of white supremacy, religion and politics is the 1, 2 punch that keep many folks anesthetized, dazed and confused.

 

Breaking those shackles is a step towards self-actualization both individually and  collectively. 😎

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4 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

"Are you feenin' for a hit?"

Nah... We'll let you keep on digging the hole you're in. At some point, you'll realize that the sunlight has disappeared.

4 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

I don't trust either party (Republican or Democrat)  or either channel (Fox News or CNN).

I'm not going to trade in one slave master for another.
Or run away from the Democratic plantation just to take refuge on the Republican plantation.


BOTH of them are  headed by the same racist devils.

"racist devils." ? | The sign of a small mind.

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4 hours ago, ProfD said:

The opiates of white supremacy, religion and politics is the 1, 2 punch that keep many folks anesthetized, dazed and confused.

 

Breaking those shackles is a step towards self-actualization both individually and  collectively. 😎

Self-Actualization? Hmmm... Let's see how much more 'obfuscation' one can add to this supposedly simple context.

 

"Self-actualization, in Maslow's hierarchy of needs, is the highest level of psychological development, where personal potential is fully realized after basic bodily and ego needs have been fulfilled."

 

Wikipedia (As Unreliable A Source As Ever)

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24 minutes ago, nels said:

Self-Actualization? Hmmm... Let's see how much more 'obfuscation' one can add to this supposedly simple context.

 

"Self-actualization, in Maslow's hierarchy of needs, is the highest level of psychological development, where personal potential is fully realized after basic bodily and ego needs have been fulfilled."

No need for obfuscation. Self-actualization is hard enough. The  psychological shackles of religion and politics make it even worse.😎

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7 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

BOTH of them are  headed by the same racist devils.


True, but surely something can be done about it.  The political process is not total useless … is it?

 

a lot of young people want to leave America, so disenfranchised, they feel other countries provide better opportunities. It is sad for people have legitimate reasons to feel this way… 

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1 hour ago, Troy said:


True, but surely something can be done about it.  The political process is not total useless … is it?

 

a lot of young people want to leave America, so disenfranchised, they feel other countries provide better opportunities. It is sad for people have legitimate reasons to feel this way… 

 

It is sad that so many young people are giving up. I'm not sure what if anything can be done to reach them.

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Mzuri

 

 

It's not that serious.
But is that how you look while you're asleep?

 

NO...Miss Lady....that's not how I look when I sleep.

Because I don't sleep on my stomach....lol....I sleep on my side.

 

 


nels

 

 

"racist devils." ? | The sign of a small mind.

 

And your passsive-aggressive mannerisms are a sign of a small "something else"....lol.

 

 

 

 

 


Troy

 


True, but surely something can be done about it.  The political process is not total useless … is it?

 

Yeah....form OUR OWN political party and abandon both.
That's one of the best things we can do about it.

 

If a woman his caught between two abusive men, unless she's alone on a deserted island...she always has the option to LEAVE BOTH and keep looking until she finds a man who'll lover her.

 

As AfroAmericans we need to learn how to be INDEPENDENT and DO FOR SELF instead of constantly running from one abusive relationship to another hoping that one racist will treat us better than the last racist we were with.

 

 

 

 

a lot of young people want to leave America, so disenfranchised, they feel other countries provide better opportunities. It is sad for people have legitimate reasons to feel this way… 

 

For a lot of young people, there ARE more opportunities outside of the nation than there are here.
That's a sad but true reality.
A lot of young educated Black people can just go right over to Canada and find better employment opportunities there than here.

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On 1/4/2022 at 11:32 AM, Pioneer1 said:

A lot of young educated Black people can just go right over to Canada and find better employment opportunities there than here.

 

Perhaps, but moving to Canada has little appeal to me (I don't like the climate).  

 

I've spoken to a number of people who are considering Ghana, Nigeria, and other African countries.  Interesting Mexico City was suggested to me as a place to live.  I will probably visit and check out out, as it is so much less expensive than America.

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There is something wrong with a picture where educated folks have to leave their home country for better opportunities elsewhere.

 

I thought the purpose of being educated was not only marketability but paying it forward and creating opportunities for the next generation. 

 

We need to do better of job in teaching our folks how to create employment instead of looking for it. 

 

Merely having a j-o-b often means being Just over broke😄

 

Now, I can type from a personal perspective that creating opportunities and getting my folks to take advantage of them is not an easy feat.   

 

Regardless of education, some n8gglets don't really want to work.😄

 

Nonetheless, we should not allow hurdles and obstacles to kill our entrepreneurial drive nor force us to relocate to another plantation.  There is no greener grass. 😎

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1 hour ago, Troy said:

I've spoken to a number of people who are considering Ghana, Nigeria, and other African countries.  Interesting Mexico City was suggested to me as a place to live.  I will probably visit and check out out, as it is so much less expensive than America.

 

 

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Why the heck would anybody want to go live in 

a third world country.  You still have to pay taxes

to the IRS if you live and work outside the U.S.

 

You don't have your American citizen rights and 

the embassies are not going to come to your 

rescue if something goes sideways. 

 

People do dumb things without thinking them

through, and find out too late they made a

dumb decision.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Mzuri said:

Why the heck would anybody want to go live in a third world country.


Have you been to Ghana, Nigeria or Mexico City? It does not sound like it, because it is hard to imagine why you would write that.

 

Quiet as it is keep there are many Americans living right here in “third world” conditions.

 

8 hours ago, Mzuri said:

the embassies are not going to come to your 

rescue if something goes sideways. 


Why not? If that is true it sounds like the police here.

 

8 hours ago, Mzuri said:

People do dumb things without thinking them through, and find out too late they made a dumb decision.


this has always been true.

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3 hours ago, Troy said:

 

Have you been to Ghana, Nigeria or Mexico City? It does not sound like it, because it is hard to imagine why you would write that.

 

Quiet as it is keep there are many Americans living right here in “third world” conditions.

 

 

 

I have Ghanaian and Nigerian friends, one of whom 

is a multi-millionaire so he is the exception, but 

generally speaking, most people who live there

do not have a very pleasant existence. 

 

They struggle for everything they get.  

 

The difference between living in the U.S. in "third

world" conditions, and being in the actual third

world, is that here in the U.S. a person can lift

themself out of their situation by getting busy

doing something about it.

 

But if they are a resident of an actual third world 

country, without any money, resources, or

opportunities, it's much more difficult to make

anything positive  happen for themself.

 

It's hard to get yourself out of poverty when

everyone around you is in poverty also, and

your entire nation is poverty struck.

 

The police don't answer your calls? 

 

I don't know what's going on with you, but you

damn sure won't be getting those services if

you are in a third world country.

 

And where are you going to get your medical 

treatment from?  The village witch doctor?

 

I know there are hospitals in Africa, but you 

crack me up!

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mzuri said:

The difference between living in the U.S. in "third

world" conditions, and being in the actual third

world, is that here in the U.S. a person can lift

themself out of their situation by getting busy

doing something about it.

 

But if they are a resident of an actual third world 

country, without any money, resources, or

opportunities, it's much more difficult to make

anything positive  happen for themself.

The other thing that acts as an obstacle is cultural norms. This blocks people from seeing opportunities outsiders can see. That’s what is one of the same thing that happens with poor urban black Americans.

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6 hours ago, Mzuri said:

The difference between living in the U.S. in "third world" conditions,…

 
You keep mentioning “third world,” but what does that mean? Is Mexico, in the third world, why? Is Ghana in the third world and if so what does that really mean? Who defined the term and why?
 

Again, if you’d actually been to any of these places you’d realize that all of the opportunities that you have ascribe to people here in the US are true for people in the countries I mentioned.
 

Now we can argue about whether those opportunities are more easily achieved in America versus the  countries I mentioned, but to disparage the medical service available in Africa to ”witch doctors” is insulting (even if you were being hyperbolic to make a point).

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7 hours ago, Troy said:

You keep mentioning “third world,” but what does that mean? Is Mexico, in the third world, why? Is Ghana in the third world and if so what does that really mean? Who defined the term and why?

 

 

I use the term "third world" as it is defined in the dictionary.

 

Third World

 

The term "third world" was coined by a French man.

 

Third World Etymology

 

I think of it as a place where people live in homes constructed 

of cardboard, pieces of corrugated and other scrap metal,

with no running water and dirt floors.  

 

Like some of the homes that can be seen across the border

into Mexico.

 

Among other things.  

 

Obviously I was being hyperbolic if I said I knew there are 

hospitals in Africa.

 

Why do you seem to take offense at things that I say?

 

It's not as if you will be going slumming anytime soon.

 

 

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On 1/7/2022 at 10:23 AM, Troy said:

 
You keep mentioning “third world,” but what does that mean? Is Mexico, in the third world, why? Is Ghana in the third world and if so what does that really mean? Who defined the term and why?
 

Again, if you’d actually been to any of these places you’d realize that all of the opportunities that you have ascribe to people here in the US are true for people in the countries I mentioned.
 

Now we can argue about whether those opportunities are more easily achieved in America versus the  countries I mentioned, but to disparage the medical service available in Africa to ”witch doctors” is insulting (even if you were being hyperbolic to make a point).

The question is do you know what makes America unique?

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this is a house being built in Sierra Leone 🇸🇱. $15,000 US

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On 1/7/2022 at 6:41 PM, Mzuri said:

Why do you seem to take offense at things that I say?

 

It just seems that way, and is not truly the case 😉

 

That said... Mzuri, do you really believe that house is representative of Mexico?  Are you familiar with Mexico City?

 

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@daniellegfny  do you believe that dwelling is representative of Africa's major cities?  Have you ever been to one?

 

I have yet to visit an American city (and I've been to all of the major cities) and not see an image like the one below or worst.  However I would never present an image like this as representative of America's living conditions that way y'all are doing.

 

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23 hours ago, daniellegfny said:

The question is do you know what makes America unique?

 

America has the unique distinction of building itself, for centuries, on the enslavement of African's and their descendants.

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Troy said:

That said... Mzuri, do you really believe that house is representative of Mexico?  Are you familiar with Mexico City?

 

 

 

@Troy

 

That house is not representative of Mexico, there are

lots of regular steel and concrete constructed buildings

over in Juarez, and some people have very nice homes

there, I have been there.

 

That picture and other factors is what makes Mexico a 

third world nation.  Large parts of it are under-developed

with many people living in abject poverty.

 

There is a large area of cardboard homes visible across

the border from the I-10 in El Paso, it has been that way

for a long time, at least twenty years.

 

But there are other parts of the city that are modern and 

well-developed, with hotels, restaurants, and everything

else you would find in the U.S.

 

I have not been to Mexico City, although I've seen it on 

TV.  But I'm looking at their nation as a whole, not just

their capital and other major cities.  

 

Consider another South American nation, like Brazil,

it has modern major cities and is industrialized, but

it is still considered as a third world nation.

 


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18 hours ago, Troy said:

do you believe that dwelling is representative of Africa's major cities?  Have you ever been to one?

That’s a development project a friend of mine is working on in Sierra Leone. I actually like it. My problem is the crime, political and religious instability in the region.

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19 hours ago, daniellegfny said:

Wrong. Europe, Asia and Africa utilized slavery.


Enslavement is not unique, but that is not what I wrote.

 

Tell me about a nation that is founded on the backs of enslaved African and their descendants (the children of those enslaved) for centuries? 

 

3 hours ago, daniellegfny said:

My problem is the crime, political and religious instability in the region.


… and you’ll find none of that in the United States huh?

 

13 hours ago, Mzuri said:

Consider another South American nation, like Brazil, It has modern major cities and is industrialized, but it is still considered as a third world nation.


Again, I don’t know what you mean by “third world.” It is an antiquated term.
 

You use the term to to marginalize entire nations. Just because the US is defined itself as a so called “First World” nation does not mean it is free of crime, political corruption, poverty.

 

Further, it does not mean that countries you disparage as third world have no places where one’s life can be better than it is here in the United States.

 

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to suggest that one cannot have a great life here in the United States. What I’m arguing is the notion that one cannot also have great life in other countries (including the ones with majority Black people) that some Marginalize with the label “Third World.”

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Third World is a derogatory term thrown around to suggest that a country is under-developed from an infrastructure perspective and has a lower economic output than other countries. 

 

Surely, with the right amount of resources one can live comfortably almost anywhere on the planet. Just a matter of adjusting to the environmental conditions and culture if it exists. 😎

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7 hours ago, Troy said:

 

Again, I don’t know what you mean by “third world.” It is an antiquated term.
 

 

 

@Troy

 

How is it antiquated if it's still in use?

 

I am not marginalizing anything.  I simply asked why 

anyone would want to live in a third world country.

 

How many times are you going to ask me what I

meant by "third world"?

 

I already posted a link to the dictionary definition of

it above.  And I'm pretty sure you understand what

I meant.

 

What else do you want from me?

 

 

On 1/6/2022 at 1:39 PM, Mzuri said:

 

Why the heck would anybody want to go live in 

a third world country.

 

 

 

How is that disparaging?

 

Yes, you can have third world living conditions in the

United States of America if you are living in an area

without electricity or running water, but the United

States of America is not a third world country.

 

I live in a 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom house, and all my

close neighbors are millionaires.  They are doctors,

lawyers, business owners/executives and such.

This is not the most expensive part of town but

it's damn close.

 

I am retired, I have worked all my life, and I'm still

earning passive income in addition to my pensions, 

etc.   

 

If someone else wants to live in a trailer/mobile

home, on the road in an RV, in a tent, some other 

configuration of a house, move to Ghana or

Nigeria or some other war-torn, terrorist infested

location, I don't really give a care.

 

You.  Do.  You.

 

 

 

 

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On 11/5/2021 at 8:02 AM, daniellegfny said:

Biden administration admits it will be giving huge sums to unlawful border crossers but none to Black Folks. Once again it demonstrates Democrats despise Black Americans. It’s sad that has been the case since before the Civil War.

Once you pull back the curtains, it's quite easy to understand what the Democrat's overall objectives are. Everything they're either doing or planning to do, seems to erode the cohesiveness of black America.

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20 hours ago, daniellegfny said:

Not  to the degree that you have be headings and dismemberment on a regular basis.

 

What, regular beheadings in Mexico, Ghana, and Nigeria? Now you are just making stuff up.

 

i guess you also concede the point about Americas uniqueness in exploring its “peculiar institution.”

 

15 hours ago, Mzuri said:

How is it antiquated if it's still in use?


antiquated does not mean the world is no longer in use. I was referring to it definition

 

15 hours ago, Mzuri said:

I already posted a link to the dictionary definition of it above.  And I'm pretty sure you understand what I meant.

 

Seriously, I don’t know what you mean. I did not read the dictionary definition of Third World because I already know what it means. What I am working on is what you actually wrote.


You wrote paraphrasing: I think of places were people live in cardboard boxes referring, disparagingly, to Mexico. I pointed out that there are places in Mexico where people live in conditions comparable to How you describe your lifestyle. And I also referenced how Americans live and the conditions you described as Third World. So I’m trying to understand what you really mean.

 

 Also how you Described how you think about the term third world was not part of the definition provided by the Frenchman who coined the term.
 

Daniellegfny openly disparaged Africa, describing it as a place of regular beheadings. You are doing the same thing without realizing it; in my opinion.

I think about third world more in line with what @ProfD wrote. 
 

Today it is a term white countries, and the people in them, use to disparage brown countries and their people.

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On 1/11/2022 at 7:35 AM, Troy said:

What, regular beheadings in Mexico, Ghana, and Nigeria? Now you are just making stuff up

https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/09/1072212 Mexico 🇲🇽 


https://www.voanews.com/a/africa_nigeria-buries-scores-farmers-killed-militants-some-beheaded/6198944.html Nigeria 🇳🇬 

 

https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-58387342 Ghana 🇬🇭 

 

https://www.barrons.com/news/new-mystery-beheading-hits-mali-town-9th-in-2-years-01604583315 Mali 🇲🇱 

 

 

On 1/11/2022 at 7:35 AM, Troy said:

Daniellegfny openly disparaged Africa, describing it as a place of regular beheadings

Telling the truth about what is happening is not disparaging. 

On 1/11/2022 at 7:35 AM, Troy said:

guess you also concede the point about Americas uniqueness in exploring its “peculiar institution.”

You did read my reply that slavery was a global phenomenon not just a United State institution. The fact that earlier Americans called it peculiar meant it was not normal.

@Troycan you prove you are 100% ADOS?

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8 hours ago, daniellegfny said:

Daniellegfny openly disparaged Africa, describing it as a place of regular beheadings

Funny? Hmmm... I've lived with real Africans before and they disparaged each other like it was some sort of tribal warfare. The big difference between them and blacks in the USA was that the Africans were exceptionally intelligent, they had very thick skin, and they were intensely focused on succeeding. Little if ever did I hear them whine about anything.

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To my knowledge, no funds have been issued. But I want to advise all about something that many of you may be missing.

This was NOT the choice of most Democrats. This was a concerted push by certain members of a group who call themselves Progressives.

This is AOC and her clique of idiots who think Latinos who cross the country's southern border illegally can do no wrong. But Haitians deserve to set upon by Border Patrol agents on horseback.

I am against this proposal. Completely.

But no one is going to convince me that Democrats such as Sen. Chuck Schumer, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Patty Murray, Sen. Mark Warner, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Rep. Katie Porter and countless other Dems hate Black people.

To say so is simply an emotional overwrought response. 

 

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