Botswana is the most homogenous country in Africa

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  1. Blade1

    Blade1 Abdi pleaser

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    Once again bots who irrelevant place
     
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    Non-Horn African cushites shouldn't be allowed migrating to Somalia.
    I have no problem with Somali Bantus, Barawa, and Reer Xamar. They should stay if they want to.
     
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  3. World

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    Botswana = natural resources + small controllable population.
     
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    They produced this high-quality study themselves. Other African countries don't even have genome machines. They are way ahead of the rest of Africa.

    HOMOGENEITY
     
  5. MARAQ DIGAAG

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    Somaliland is...........
     
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    Bantu somalis are our least concern, they are poor good people, not a threat. Botswana is a role model!
     
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  7. EDsomali

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    The reason they are the most developed country in Sub-Saharan Africa is because they have an effective government with the lowest levels of corruption on the African continent. They aren't ethnically homogeneous either , they have had a surge in migration from Zimbabwe and South Africa seeking better economic conditions.

    You need to stop with your poorly supported alt-right views.
     
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    Thegoodshepherd Galkacyo iyo Calula dhexdood Staff Member Moderator

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    @Apollo is the genetic distance between Botswanans smaller than the genetic difference between ethnic Somalis? I very much doubt that.
     
  10. MadNomad

    MadNomad As i live and breathe

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    They do quite well by African standards.

    Ironically, Somalia was way ahead of them in the 70s, as Botswana was one of the poorer countries in Africa at the time. But of course in typical ******* fashion we put an end to that momentum. Who knows where we could have been had we not succumbed to muh qabiil syndrome.

    Also yes, you're correct. Homogeneity is much more preferable for a low IQ population like ours.
     
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  11. DR OSMAN

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    Somalia is not homogenous all testing samples are Irir participants and doesn't have a clan break-down structure to indicate if Darod are involved or not. 80% of Irir are homogenous. Testing samples look like this. 10 Hawiye 5 Dir 2 Rahanwayn and they argue 80% of the Somali sample is reflective of all Somalia when it's totally un-true. Somali need DNA testing along tribal samples and all participants must be genuine tribal candidates who are vouched for and known by their community and not sheegato. I will only accept a Somali DNA estimate then.

    Are we homogenous in terms of language, race, culture, and religion SURE but we are not homogenous who our initial fathers were. Darod is 5 sons and it won't change no matter how many phony DNA tests you conduct.
     
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