Tag Archives: Africa

Africa’s “Complex Transition” Into the Modern World

Darkest Africa and for Very Good Reasons When President Macron of France suggested that black Africa has “civilisational problems,” he was immediately attacked by the usual suspects of the politically correct mindset. But Macron was merely saying in a polite … Continue reading

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Emerging Ghost Malls, Hotels, Office Buildings and Cities of Africa

We usually think of China when contemplating “ghost cities” and other ghost real estate properties. But the Chinese propensity to build infrastructure far in advance of actual demand is not limited to the Middle Kingdom. The Chinese Communist Party wants … Continue reading

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Why Blacks Destroy Everything They Inherit

… no one will talk about the painful fact that most African and Caribbean nations have either failed or are about to collapse. Source From South Africa to Zimbabwe to Jamaica to Detroit to much of London, African blacks are … Continue reading

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Urban World Utopia or Global Dysgenic Idiocracy?

By 2050, the World’s urban population will have increased from 3.9 billion to 6.4 billion, resulting in 67% of the world’s population inhabiting urban areas, up from the current level of 54%. Clearly, urbanization is already occurring, and it is … Continue reading

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Ebola at a Glance

The first victim of the 2014 Ebola outbreak is thought to have died in December of 2013. (Source) The current outbreak is almost a year old. Why does the 2014 epidemic continue to drag on? Infections can be easily spread … Continue reading

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Hells on Earth: Global Expansion of Slums, Crime, Hunger, Plague

Global slum populations are expected to double, from 1 billion up to 2 billion, over the next 15 years. (Source) By 2030, nearly 60 percent of the humans on this planet will live in a city, and within 100 miles … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize Graphics

In many cases, the country of origin for a Nobel Laureate is different from the country where his important work was done. We can gain important information from both the country of origin, and the country of work and residence … Continue reading

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Africa: Marching to Utopia, They are Almost There

Beginning around 2010, the world’s mainstream pundits began to sing a triumphant refrain. They called it “The African Miracle,” and declared a new and booming Africa, a world investment magnet for the smart global investor. The song is still being … Continue reading

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