Re: Is Africa overpopulated?
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: Is Africa overpopulated? (Bantu-Kelani)
Date: Saturday, 11 March 2006, at 6:36 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Is Africa overpopulated? (Bantu-Kelani)
peace and hotep,
if i never leave amorica......it is "because too much of my ancestor's blood has been spilled for me to be going off on romantic journeys to the Motherland." because debts must be settled by atonements or....... (the bullet or the ballot---el malik shabazz) or in keeping enemies closer.......home is where the enemies heart is.
daily, a continuous stream of various continental africans and others pursue employment and educational opportunities along side withe their host of diasporan africans. reciprication of these processes are imperative.
i have associates from tanzania, burundi, rawanda, nigeria, sierra leone, kenya, ethiopia, cameroon and ghana. all excellent people. all different backgrounds. some look forward to staying in amorica as long as necessary to achieve their individual and/or collective goals. others come here for shorter periods depending on their own feelings and/or agendas.
bantu-kelani, numerically, at any given time, is there balance between the number of diasporan africans visiting africa and the number of continental africans visiting amorica? hard times will preciptate our cooperative economics and further engagement in the other areas of human activity.
also, would complete migrations of bothe continental and diasporan africans aid in the elimination of Racism White Supremacy from the known universe?
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