What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right

Dec 2015
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I am posting this for those that feel that third world living conditions aren't really all that bad and take American standards of living and freedoms for granted. It's a good read and quite an eye opener.

What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right
Our son was in the Peace Corp so I was anxious to read the OP. The minute I saw the publisher I was disappointed because I knew it would not be simply informative, but political. American Thinker is an outrageous site--espousing alarming viewpoints---all from zealots like the author.
Senegal is a developing country. It's people are illiterate and unemployed so naturally, POVERTY is rampant. With poverty and illiteracy come health issues and cultural wastelands. What did the author expect when he joined the PC??
Of course Senegal is NOT LIKE US. What a ridiculous statement!
What's most infuriating about this article is that the author apparently thinks that if Senegal would JUST become a Christian nation all would be well. Seriously?
But here comes the most disturbing part:
We are lectured by Democrats that we must privilege third-world immigration by the hundred million with chain migration. They tell us we must end America as a white, Western, Judeo-Christian, capitalist nation – to prove we are not racist. I don't need to prove a thing. Leftists want open borders because they resent whites, resent Western achievements, and hate America. They want to destroy America as we know it.

As President Trump asked, why would we do that?

We have the right to choose what kind of country to live in. I was happy to donate a year of my life as a young woman to help the poor Senegalese. I am not willing to donate my country.
 
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I am posting this for those that feel that third world living conditions aren't really all that bad and take American standards of living and freedoms for granted. It's a good read and quite an eye opener.

What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right

You need to find a better source. Rightwing agitprop sites are sniffed out IMMEDIATELY on this site by people like myself.

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I am posting this for those that feel that third world living conditions aren't really all that bad and take American standards of living and freedoms for granted. It's a good read and quite an eye opener.

What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right
When we make life easy for Third World Primitives they reward us with more helpless, hopeless babies to feed, clothe, shelter and provide with heroic medical care than ever before.
50 years of UNICEF has basically enabled their unsustainable birthrate and sheer numbers to get worse.
 
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You need to find a better source. Rightwing agitprop sites are sniffed out IMMEDIATELY on this site by people like myself.

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  • Overall, we rate the American Thinker, Questionable based on extreme right wing bias, promotion of conspiracy theories/pseudoscience, use of poor sources and failed fact checks.
OK, please check this fact for me, check it for right wing bias, poor sources, etc.. There is a globalist funded conspiracy to force feed as many Third World Primitives as systems will allow into every White Ruled Nation on Earth.
 
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When we make life easy for Third World Primitives they reward us with more helpless, hopeless babies to feed, clothe, shelter and provide with heroic medical care than ever before.
50 years of UNICEF has basically enabled their unsustainable birthrate and sheer numbers to get worse.

And ever single rethuglicunt president has used the “global gag order” making it ILLEGAL for any agency or NGO to even talk to women in third world countries about abortion and in some cases even birth control !!!

You want to complain about the never ending supply of starving children in the world ??? Look in the ducking mirror !!!
 
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OK, please check this fact for me, check it for right wing bias, poor sources, etc.. There is a globalist funded conspiracy to force feed as many Third World Primitives as systems will allow into every White Ruled Nation on Earth.
No source and naturally your illegitimate mind drums up this kind of trash.

Hate to destroy your little irrational world, but colored people ruled long before any white person was born.