Places And People Are Not All The Same

Required reading, sent my way by several readers this morning: a former Peace Corps volunteer’s reflections on her time in Africa.



  1. Jimmy says

    Full marks and pretty high on the “might make a dent on normies” scale.

    Posted January 19, 2018 at 12:09 am | Permalink
  2. Whitewall says

    This article finds the truth. To see anything close to the wretched culture described, a visit to any generations old Section 8 community in any city that is fair sized or larger would do the trick. Even though the residents are American and speak English, it is hard to understand how 3 generations of dysfunctional “families” can possibly be kept un-assimilated from the rest of the population, often just a few miles away. This has been done as public policy for decades.

    People are dutifully perplexed as to why is it that early teen boys can find a gun, leave their dinner table and casually find another teen and shoot him dead with no remorse or guilt. This could easily happen within the Senegalese population as well. The color of their skin does not dictate this cold action. The morally bankrupt culture they grow up in does.

    Posted January 20, 2018 at 9:45 am | Permalink

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