Originally Posted by Flawless*
You are drawing unparallel lines here between the African American community and Pakistan. For example, Slavery ended 150 years ago however; it wasn***8217;t until the civil rights that African Americans were actually treated like human beings and equal, they were practically denied their rights under the beloved constitution. Even after the civil rights movement there are numerous obstacles for African Americans to succeed. A white man in America with a criminal record has a better chance getting a job than a Black man without a criminal record today. There are still barriers and negative perceptions. This problem that was brewing for hundreds of years isn***8217;t going to resolve itself over 40 year period.
You second point reeks of superiority complex. Not surprised about your immense white love syndromes every Indians, Pakistanis and Sri Lankans has it. Just search on Google African American inventors before your run your mouth. In 2011 HDI, there are quite a few African nations that have a greater HDI than your beloved Pakistan, eg Kenya, Congo, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea, Namibia. Botswana, Gabon and other Black nations as well. Africa nations don***8217;t need nuclear weapons or long range missiles, majority of African nations for example don***8217;t have a neighbor next door that is willingly to destroy their neighbor over a single dispute. If anything, overall more Blacks were killed during Slavery than the Holocaust
There was nothing wrong what happened in Uganda. There is nothing wrong with wanting your nation economy to be under control by its native people. Idi Amin is a hero and a legend.
*COUGH* I wonder who Invented that HDI that you are using? LOL!
Calling Idi Amin a hero is akin to calling "Robert E Lee" a hero or the "KKK" heroes, Its overly offensive, If Idi Amin was such a hero then why did he flee into exile from his own country to Saudi Arabia?