I am in no way implying that Africans have nothing to do with what is going on in Africa. As I've stated, corrupted Africans are those who are able to obtain power. But one should never underestimate the many affects that the current international system has had and continues to have in Africa. Those who intend to do right by their people are often considered targets or enemies by foreign powers if their actions could potentially threaten their exploitation and power in other nations. And, in order for "Third World" nations to prosper, it is necessary to end such exploitation. Meanwhile, those whose actions cause chaos and destruction in these nations are armed and financed by these exploiters. Kind of difficult to create meaningful change when the system, both within and outside of your nation, is working against you and seem to have far greater access to useful resources and funds (due to outside help) than you do.CushiticReflections
I will thank you for taking part in the debate and useing good arguments
I agree with what you writes and you have may good points BUT dont take resposibility away from us black africans we are too blame for many problems in our countries, look at the asian countries who was poor in the 60s and how they have developed, Africa has many enemies but we can also do alot to make pogress. We are not children.
Similarly, if blacks were capable of providing decent health care they would have long ago been doing so, as have the Indians in South Africa, despite being subject to levels of discrimination almost equal to those of blacks. But their utter failure to do so anywhere in the world suggests that blacks are incapable of it. Therefore, since whites are providing the health care, it is surely up to them if they wish to keep the facilities separate.
i second this.It's spring.. Someone needs to give this bloody forum a spring clean already..
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