Why's it a good idea for Whites to hand over their countries to non whites, who vastly out number them, in world population?
Blue ninja is an Anti White, so it's no surprise it's not interested in Whites getting genocided out of their homelands.
Frank, you're a real screwball.
I take that back Frank. I like you. Misread.
"might be some people around who look different". What a lying sack. Whites are being erased, and you're deliberately under playing it.
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavorite Answer
It's not a good idea. Only idiots think it is. There's a reason why white nations are advanced while most non-white nations are third world. We cannot allow white nations to devolve into third world nations.
- ZirpLv 74 weeks ago
Do you believe that crap yourself?
Colonialism was based on capitalist greed
Importing the most under-educated workers from muslim countries was based on capitalist greed
Take your conspiracy-crap and shove it
- rustbucketLv 64 weeks ago
If you're white it's not a good idea.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Whites are not handing over their countries to non whites, demographics change due to births, deaths, and immigration. Change is inevitable.
Genocide - the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation is certainly not happening to whites. Way more people of color are the subject of genocide.
Here are five genocides going on right now around the world:
Perhaps the most high-profile genocide of recent years is that of the Rohingya, who live in Rakhine state in northwestern Myanmar.Unlike the majority of the Buddhist country, the Rohingya are Muslim, and have long suffered as second-class citizens in Myanmar because most people in the country believe they are illegal immigrants and "terrorists" from Bangladesh.US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson officially declared the Rohingya crisis a case of ethnic cleansing on Wednesday. So far, up to 3,000 people have been killed in Myanmar, and at least 270,000 have been displaced.
South Sudan became the world's newest country in 2011, but since 2013, the country has been mired in a brutal civil war.Throughout the multifaceted conflict, South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, a member of the Dinka ethnic group, has been using his army to wage a campaign of genocide and ethnic cleansing against the Dinka's main rival ethnic group, the Nuer, as well as other smaller local groups. The Nuer have taken part in ethnic cleansing against the Dinka as well.The UK has branded these targeted killings and rapes as genocide. Although the Dinka-Nuer conflict has taken center stage in South Sudan, many smaller ethnic groups have also been implicated in the dizzying array of ethnic violence in the country.
As the terrorist group ISIS carved its caliphate out of war-torn Syria and Iraq in 2014 and 2015, it extended its reach over various non-Muslim communities and ethnic groups, including Yazidis and Shiites Iraq, as well as Assyrian Christians living in both Syria and Iraq.In brutal, genocidal campaigns in both countries, ISIS sought to systematically exterminate Yazidis, Shiites, and Christians and destroy their villages. They also carried out mass rapes in these communities. Although numbers remain hazy, thousands of people have been killed in these related genocides.
The Central African Republic, an African country wedged mainly between the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, and Chad, has been embroiled in a civil war ever since 2013 when the country's Christian President François Bozizé was overthrown by a coalition of Muslim groups.While the war itself subsided in 2016, since then, ethnic tensions have rapidly mounted, and many observers fear a genocide may be taking place between the Christian militias called the "anti-Balaka" and the Muslim coalition.
In the mid-2000s, Darfur was recognized as the first genocide of the 21st century by international observers and US ambassadors at the time, and while it has vanished from the headlines since then, the atrocities being committed in this region in western Sudan have continued.The ethnic killings began in 2003 when ethnically Arab militias supported by Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir began massacring non-Arab people and destroying their villages. The main victims of these campaigns have been the Fur people, but other small non-Arab groups were also affected.In 2016 and 2017, violence has increased in Darfur, and many refugee camps for internally displaced Darfuris have been attacked by Arab forces in a continuation of the genocide of the 2000s. As the central government continues to crackdown, the same people who captured the world's attention in years past continue to suffer intense persecution.
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
It isn't. They are idiots who don't understand capitalism and have been blinded by cultural socialism and that means all they do is SHOOT themselves in the foot and kill indiscriminately when given any power. This has been proven TIME and AGAIN. South Africa is on fire. The leftist media won't report how bad it is.