DAILYKENN.com -- Our ancestors built a prosperous, safe, and secure nation for us.
Incapable of creating prosperous societies, black Africans want to mooch off our ancestors' progeny: us.
• These invaders will, no doubt, excuse themselves by arguing that our ancestors plundered Africa's resources (false) and enslaved their ancestors (also false).
In reality, Westerners endowed sub-Saharan Africa with a wealth of life-enhancing technology to which most literally owe their lives. Our ancestors did not enslave black Africans. Rather, they secured black Africans who were already enslaved.
For an African slave to be transferred to North America was akin to winning a lottery. Compared to the barbaric conditions experienced by Africans owned by other Africans, being "enslaved" in North America was more akin to be adopted than enslaved.
Granted, the far left exploits rare occasions of slave abuse in North America. Then, again, foster children are also sometimes abused by their caregivers.
• As America's younger generation ages, there will be no resources to support them. Rather, they will be supporting the hordes of unskilled, low-IQ insurgents.
And white flight is not an option.
When blacks invade white neighborhoods, whites flee the crime to literally greener grass in the suburbs. However, whites have no nation-neighbor to run.
Here are five facts about African migration you may have missed:
1. The black immigrant population has increased fivefold since 1980.
2. Much of the recent growth in the foreign-born black population has been fueled by African migration.
3. There were 619,000 unauthorized black immigrants living in the U.S. in 2015.
4. In 2016, 8% of blacks were second-generation Americans.
Black migrants are more likely to be English speakers than other migrants. They are also more likely to have a college degree than American citizens.
The average IQ in sub-Saharan Africa is about 70; the threshold for mental retardation.
From Breitbart ▼
Up to two-thirds of sub-Saharan Africa’s 1.1 billion population want to migrate to Europe or to the United States, with millions planning to make the move in the next five years.
Around half of people in Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, and South Africa, and three quarters of those questioned in Ghana and Nigeria, want to immigrate to the U.S. or Europe, according to a study by Pew Research Centre published Thursday.
Around 40 per cent of those in Senegal, Ghana, and Nigeria who want to leave said they intend to do so in the next five years.
At least one million sub-Saharan Africans have already migrated to Europe between 2010 and 2017. The majority, 970,000, were asylum seekers; the rest is comprised of Africans who have arrived as students, resettled refugees, and through family reunification.
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