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Millions of Black People slaughtered in Congo - for cellphones!
by Nestor Machno
Wednesday Jun 17th, 2020 7:28 AM
BLM is a pretty cool movement but why is it stopping in the 1st World?
Are smartphones more important than African Lives?
In Bristol (UK) it was an unbelievable picture, teaching a slave-driver how to swim in the port like Boston tea party but hey, it was the same fake Red Indians, guess...
The photo of it that made it into all agencies most of the anti-racists on are documenting with their tellies but how can this make sense? Are all tellies stolen and so p.c.?
Do African Black Lives only matter when the slaughter's done by rich bastards or some 100 years ago?
Or do Black Lives only matter in the 1st World?
If you wanna be anti-racist you just can't have a mobile, it's so simple to understand, just ask your children, they will find out about it anyway and will hate you for givin'em products that would be very, very rare cuz not affordable without genocide.
After 5.5 million murdered Congolese the world stopped counting already years ago but did shitstorming 11 suicides for Apple in China with some "likes", likes that wouldn't be possible without the slaughter for Coltan.
Without the slaughter only a few rich people could afford a mobile, a luxury toy invented by the army.
Also a so called fair-phone can only be fair without genocide.
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