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Reparations With Repatriation Meme Gains Steam

This guy is ahead of the curve:

Larry Mitchell has a retort for every white supremacist, racist and Internet troll who has ever told him to go back to Africa….The chef from Kokomo, Ind., launched a GoFundMe campaign to finance his relocation to an African nation — maybe Sierra Leone, maybe Ghana.

…”If you want me to go back to Africa I will gladly go … you can help make your dream and mine come true,” he writes on his GoFundMe page. “Accepting all donations … KKK, Skin Heads and anyone else with like mind thinking are welcome to donate … Thank you … God bless you and America.”

He speaks clearly and strongly when he says this: you can help make your dream and mine come true.

Africa is a continent rich in natural resources, wildlife, jungle and plains. It is an agricultural dream. It is also the only place on earth where African-descended people feel they belong and that they are in control of their destiny.

Currently, it is being bought up and retro-colonized by Chinese, Arab and Indian corporations. These will move in, set up shop and then influence local politics. At that point, African self-determination starts to die.

A fresh infusion of its native sons and daughters from the Americas, armed with knowledge of technology and modern methods, could make this continent into one of the most thriving places on earth, under ownership and control of Africans as it should be.

Some of the most inspiring African Nationalists, such as Osiris Akkebala, have suggested similar things. In fact, Nationalists of all stripes are hinting at the idea repatriation, in groups as widespread as Irish, Polish, Italian, Japanese and Hispanic.

Only on their home continents and in their home nations do they have pride — an essential component of human life — and control over their future.

I suggest we resettle any whites in Africa into Texas, where they will find the climate and wildlife familiar and amenable.

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