The yin and yang of world hunger

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    anonymous
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    anonymous

    More like the yin and yang of intelligence. Not everyone is created equal, just created with the same opportunity.

    Nurgen
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    Nurgen

    So if you’re born in a mud hut and die at age 3 of malnutrition, you got the same opportunity as everyone else? Yeah, serves those little kids right for being so dumb.

    nobody
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    nobody

    You’re a fucking retard.

    ErryDayDuck
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    ErryDayDuck

    The thing that the yin and yang represent is that you need to have to experience some bad to know what good is; and vice versa. So this would need no food on the fat man’s plate, and like a peanut on the other. I understand the point, but not the same as yin and yang.

    Luke Magnifico
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    Why hadn’t Africa advanced far enough by the time of colonization to resist it?

    outlanderssc
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    There were advanced civilizations in Africa, but they had collapsed by the time the Europeans arrived. Kind of like the Mayan and Inca civilizations had collapsed or fragmented by the time the Spaniards arrived in North America.

    All about teh timing –

    Nurgen
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    Nurgen

    Well that’s a huge question. One of the reasons is that most of Africa wasn’t conquered by either the Romans or the Mongols. If you weren’t in a position to obtain the technology behind new weapons (bronze, iron, gunpowder) from within a vaguely stable regime, then you’re set up to be suddenly and easily conquered later on. When those earlier empires expanded, after conquering a region (with the associated rape, muder and pillaging of course), they would assimilate them into the empire, and often the conquered people benefited long-term… the Romans were quite well known for developing infrastructure as they… Read more »

    Nurgen
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    Nurgen

    *murder
    *colonial
    proofreading fail.



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