"Most of Africa's leaders are pigs..."
Do you think that a mixed race person's - characterization of the majority (per your use of the word MOST) of African leaders - as PIGS; (who are factually Black/African) could be perceived as racist in nature?
As I am sure you know - a 'LEADER' is not singularly defined as a government official.
There are AFRICAN
Human Rights LEADERS
Please identify those African leaders who would fit your chosen definition of pig? What actions have these specific leaders taken which have led you to label them an animal/swine? I have noticed that this is the second time you have used this forum to call African leaders 'pigs'. Please justify your language.
If you cannot provide a comprehensive and logical rational which prompted you to use such derogatory and racist language - at minimum you owe the African leaders on this forum and throughout the world an apology for such reckless and reprehensible language.
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