Effects of colonialism on Africa's past and present

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  1. Uncensored2008
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    He denies it, but he sure seems like Asclepias to me....
     
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    Why do you bother ?
    You cant educate stupid racist trash.
    The irony is that they fought a war to kick out the colonists and wouldnt have it any other way. Bu that doesnt seem to apply to Africa.
     
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    Are you out of your mind?
     
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    That shows how stupid you are.
     
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    I was tired of reading their bullshit. They can't take the truth. They know what they believe is fake news.
     
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    Fact, parts of Africa that weren't really colonized, like Ethiopia, and Liberia are poor, and backwards by African standards.
     
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    Because they have all fled the racist murdering region.
     
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    What do they call the mental disorder you suffer from?
     
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    Most African countries are just based on colonial borders.

    There aren't many African languages that are that widespread, except for maybe Swahili, but there have been attempts at internationalizing other languages like Wolof.
     
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    African countries had their own boundaries before colonization. And there are way too many dialects and languages in Africa to centralize one. I'm sure you know that.
     
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