Sudan massacre. Humanity has failed Africa.

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You are such an uncultured brute at times, compared to the rest of the world at the time those buildings are impressive. You won't find many buildings like that built thousands of years ago.
It is impressive, but compared to Egypt's, it's small.


Each stone btw weighs 2.5 tons, or 2268 kg. Look how small the woman on the bottom is for perspective.
 

Apollo

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It is impressive, but compared to Egypt's, it's small.


Each stone btw weighs 2.5 tons, or 2268 kg. Look how small the woman on the bottom is for perspective.
Egypt had a much larger population than the Kerma area.

In a comparative context to the rest of the world at the time the Sudanese pyramids are still impressive.
 
democracy has nothing to do with education, its about representing the people, it would work well in Somalia
I think it does. Would you hand 'power' to a group of uneducated people who will vote with their feelings instead? Some democratic countries are still very corrupted and I would partially blame the people for keeping on voting them.

Today if we would have democracy in Somalia, the public would vote for people based on their qabil rather on what they offer and whether they are fit. The fact that we have the 4.5 system and the background of the current ministers in the current government today says for it self.
 
UNESCO World Heritage Sites:

Zero in Somalia. @Tukraq @World @911 @Prince Abubu



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Our fathers were nomad who were constantly on the move,searching for grazing land in order to feed their cattle. We would rarely settle in one particular case and never saw the need to build anything significant.

If you haven't noticed, Mongolia barely has any either. That would make sense as the most people living there were nomads.
 
They are suffering from stage two hypersomalitis. The prognosis is not looking good. Total anarchy is near.

@Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis, what do you say?
These arabs were trashing us last week but reality their savages but had a dictator to keep them on lockdown
 

Tukraq

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I think it does. Would you hand 'power' to a group of uneducated people who will vote with their feelings instead? Some democratic countries are still very corrupted and I would partially blame the people for keeping on voting them.

Today if we would have democracy in Somalia, the public would vote for people based on their qabil rather on what they offer and whether they are fit. The fact that we have the 4.5 system and the background of the current ministers in the current government today says for it self.
who's to say they can't vote with their feelings? nothing wrong with that, people should have the freedom to vote for the "wrong" choice if they want because its all subjective, and so the majority of the nation should win out
 
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates are absolutely against the democratisation of the Arab world and they are prepared to descend a country into anarchy than achieve it. Or, could it be karma too. The Janjaweed warlord who has committed genocide against the Darfurians is now leading and responsible for these killings. He’s backed by the above three Arab countries.
 
who's to say they can't vote with their feelings? nothing wrong with that, people should have the freedom to vote for the "wrong" choice if they want because its all subjective, and so the majority of the nation should win out
I still support democracy and believe every country should eventually adopt some form of democracy. But some countries should allow the power of the ruler to be extended if it is for the greater good of the country, if the right one is appointed. Rwanda would be another example of this.
 

Tukraq

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I still support democracy and believe every country should eventually adopt some form of democracy. But some countries should allow the power of the ruler to be extended if it is for the greater good of the country, if the right one is appointed. Rwanda would be another example of this.
who decides the greater good, not everybody has the same definition of what good is, thats why democracy is need to define and work towards what the people think is the greater good and not one individual
 
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates are absolutely against the democratisation of the Arab world and they are prepared to descend a country into anarchy than achieve it. Or, could it be karma too. The Janjaweed warlord who has committed genocide against the Darfurians is now leading and responsible for these killings. He’s backed by the above three Arab countries.
Proof of their involvement sounds like conspiracy
 
stupid arabs dont they learn, democracy does not suit them. dictatorships are the only effective governments in their culture
 

wawenka

Guul Ama Geeri
I still support democracy and believe every country should eventually adopt some form of democracy. But some countries should allow the power of the ruler to be extended if it is for the greater good of the country, if the right one is appointed. Rwanda would be another example of this.
so you want every country to adopt democracy with other words ask the whole population about thier opinion even the crackheads, wh*res and sexual offenders
 

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