... most heads of state in the entire world are "pigs" and that includes Africa.
many could also make the argument that most whites in general are devils, irrespective of them having a 'leadership' position or not. If I made that suggestion and you were in agreement, would that devil terminology be a fitting statement of white members of your family?
The only problem with calling them "pigs" is that the animal "the pig" has never done anything to me and I have nothing against pigs. So it could be seen as a bit insulting to the animal.
Well as a Bi-Racial person, you may call people what you want - but as an individual that identifies with Africa and its people I find Calling individuals pis insulting.
Rasi the last president of your country was a "pig", and so is the present president. The last president of Guyana was a "pig" and so is the present president. The last PM of britain was a "pig" and so is the present PM. There seemed to be indications that Portia I-forget-her-last-name in JA may not have been a "pig" or at least not as big a "pig" as the other "pigs", but she is no longer in power and Bruce Golding is as "pure pig" as they come (and practically white as well, I guess PJ (a "pig") was an anomaly and they are back to white and near-white open rule in JA. I could keep going through this country by country but I don't have time. Any questions?
Again, Garreth you have not address the stated issue: Most African leaders are pigs. You can divert if you want - but be at peace with your line of reasoning, but to me it's rubbish.
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