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Its Christmas time ...

Catching up on world events.

Ethiopias El Presidenti, fresh from spending his 1m peace prize on coke, prozzies n ak47s, is raring to start another civil war with a different ethnic group.

The report mentioned Ethiopias Africas 2nd most populous country.

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/

Nudging 120m.

Back in BandAid days it was under 40m.

What a total fuckup.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Its Christmas time ...

Catching up on world events.

Ethiopias El Presidenti, fresh from spending his 1m peace prize on coke, prozzies n ak47s, is raring to start another civil war with a different ethnic group.

The report mentioned Ethiopias Africas 2nd most populous country.

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/

Nudging 120m.

Back in BandAid days it was under 40m.

What a total fuckup.

 

 

More importantly, how many of them have rocked up in Europe? 

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23 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Its Christmas time ...

Catching up on world events.

Ethiopias El Presidenti, fresh from spending his 1m peace prize on coke, prozzies n ak47s, is raring to start another civil war with a different ethnic group.

The report mentioned Ethiopias Africas 2nd most populous country.

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/

Nudging 120m.

Back in BandAid days it was under 40m.

What a total fuckup.

 

 

What's the problem like...?

You just hate the Band Aid song because social services won't allow you to access the world outside your window...

 

XYY

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56 minutes ago, One percent said:

More importantly, how many of them have rocked up in Europe? 

I was going to say similar -- the current population stats are with a fairly significant emigration from the country. 

The important point being that the current population of Ethiopia is about what the country can sustain (actually, quite a bit over) -- so without the emigration the population of Ethiopia would still be a bit under 120 million.

It is that sort of effect that the Gretas of the world ignore.

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2005:

£30bn debts write-off agreed

G7 package brokered by chancellor will benefit 18 of world's poorest countries immediately

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2005/jun/11/uk.g8

Eighteen of the world's poorest countries will have their debts to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund wiped out as part of a $55bn (£30.4bn) package agreed today by the G7 leading economies.

After weeks of intense negotiations, a deal brokered by the chancellor, Gordon Brown, will save countries such as Mozambique and Ethiopia a total of $15bn in debt payments over the next 10 years.

 

Press Release: IMF To Extend 100 Percent Debt Relief to Zambia Under the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative

December 23, 2005

https://www.imf.org/en/News/Articles/2015/09/14/01/49/pr05306

 

<Interval music da dum dum da ....>

Zambia on brink of defaulting on foreign debt

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-54928836

The country has been lent money by China and Chinese institutions amounting to $3bn, the Reuters news agency reports.

The China Development Bank has agreed to a six-month delay in debt repayments, but creditors outside China complain that the exact terms and structure of the Chinese loans are unclear.

According to Stephen Chan, an expert on African politics at the University of London, the last five years in Zambia has seen "quite a reckless splurge in terms of debt accumulation".

He told the BBC's Newsday programme that without a plan to repay the debt, a moratorium may not be forthcoming.

Zambia's Finance Minister Bwalya Ng'andu told the Reuters news agency earlier this week that the country was doing "everything possible" to avoid a default.

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29 minutes ago, spygirl said:

2005:

£30bn debts write-off agreed

G7 package brokered by chancellor will benefit 18 of world's poorest countries immediately

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2005/jun/11/uk.g8

Eighteen of the world's poorest countries will have their debts to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund wiped out as part of a $55bn (£30.4bn) package agreed today by the G7 leading economies.

After weeks of intense negotiations, a deal brokered by the chancellor, Gordon Brown, will save countries such as Mozambique and Ethiopia a total of $15bn in debt payments over the next 10 years.

 

 

 

Good ol Gordy Brown, doing his bit to ensure we remain leaders in the race....

... to the bottom.

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On 09/11/2020 at 19:35, spygirl said:

Its Christmas time ...

Catching up on world events.

Ethiopias El Presidenti, fresh from spending his 1m peace prize on coke, prozzies n ak47s, is raring to start another civil war with a different ethnic group.

The report mentioned Ethiopias Africas 2nd most populous country.

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/

Nudging 120m.

Back in BandAid days it was under 40m.

What a total fuckup.

 

 

Hooray! Rwanda 2

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-54941833

7 months later.

And here we are in Italy. The 1000s of human misery escaping Ethiopia- which is now 5x bigger than it was when they ran out of food due to the marxist commie military state ....

 

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The human rights group Amnesty International, said it had confirmed that "scores, and likely hundreds, of people were stabbed or hacked to death in Mai-Kadra (May Cadera) town" on 9 November.

It said it had seen and "digitally verified gruesome photographs and videos of bodies strewn across the town or being carried away on stretchers".

Amnesty said the victims appeared to be labourers not involved in the conflict. It is not clear where they came from.

Witnesses had spoken of wounds "inflicted by sharp weapons such as knives and machetes", Amnesty said.

Getting independently verified information about the clashes is hard because phone lines and internet services are down.

 

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22 minutes ago, spygirl said:

The human rights group Amnesty International, said it had confirmed that "scores, and likely hundreds, of people were stabbed or hacked to death in Mai-Kadra (May Cadera) town" on 9 November.

It said it had seen and "digitally verified gruesome photographs and videos of bodies strewn across the town or being carried away on stretchers".

Amnesty said the victims appeared to be labourers not involved in the conflict. It is not clear where they came from.

Witnesses had spoken of wounds "inflicted by sharp weapons such as knives and machetes", Amnesty said.

Getting independently verified information about the clashes is hard because phone lines and internet services are down.

 

Was he watching videos of some flyblown African shithole or a typical night on the streets of londonistan?   

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Making a big fuss about cuts to foreign  aid budget and unravelling that useless one eyed cunts legal ruling on aid %

They need to point to Zambia - a large recepient of Browns debt relief to show who fucking pointless it is.

Then look at the Ethiopian wars - Eretria  followed by Tigray.

Then they need to show the population increases.

Birth control pills + tube snipping - Yes.

Money and food - No

 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Making a big fuss about cuts to foreign  aid budget and unravelling that useless one eyed cunts legal ruling on aid %

They need to point to Zambia - a large recepient of Browns debt relief to show who fucking pointless it is.

Then look at the Ethiopian wars - Eretria  followed by Tigray.

Then they need to show the population increases.

Birth control pills + tube snipping - Yes.

Money and food - No

 

 

 

 

Bit harsh but one doesn't need to look far to join the dots and grab a tin hat and think the davos/ WEF technocratti are planning a population cull by hook or crook.  Was Malthus right in the end?

Trouble is most aren't going to stop popping sprogs if it's their pension and health insurance wrapped in one.

The whole cancellation of debt issue seems a bit fubar anyway.  Not sure what dodgy loans they were given initially but I'd guess pretty dodgy, would keep a few warlords in coke and Gucci whilst extracting the best resources of course.

What to do?  Bomb the continent?  The leadership structure there seems so ingrained to tribalism that not giving your nephew the best jobs is I don't think even considered usually.

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4 minutes ago, Dogtania said:

Bit harsh but one doesn't need to look far to join the dots and grab a tin hat and think the davos/ WEF technocratti are planning a population cull by hook or crook.  Was Malthus right in the end?

Trouble is most aren't going to stop popping sprogs if it's their pension and health insurance wrapped in one.

The whole cancellation of debt issue seems a bit fubar anyway.  Not sure what dodgy loans they were given initially but I'd guess pretty dodgy, would keep a few warlords in coke and Gucci whilst extracting the best resources of course.

What to do?  Bomb the continent?  The leadership structure there seems so ingrained to tribalism that not giving your nephew the best jobs is I don't think even considered usually.

Not giving your family the best jobs would be seen as weakness. If you don't have all the important jobs sewn up in a tapestry of blood and corruption who will defend your position?

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9 minutes ago, Dogtania said:

Bit harsh but one doesn't need to look far to join the dots and grab a tin hat and think the davos/ WEF technocratti are planning a population cull by hook or crook.  Was Malthus right in the end?

Trouble is most aren't going to stop popping sprogs if it's their pension and health insurance wrapped in one.

The whole cancellation of debt issue seems a bit fubar anyway.  Not sure what dodgy loans they were given initially but I'd guess pretty dodgy, would keep a few warlords in coke and Gucci whilst extracting the best resources of course.

What to do?  Bomb the continent?  The leadership structure there seems so ingrained to tribalism that not giving your nephew the best jobs is I don't think even considered usually.

No, you just have firm borders and zero immigration, and all food aid must come from private donations, not a penny of public money from western taxpayers.  That includes debt forgiveness.

 

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On 09/11/2020 at 19:35, spygirl said:

Its Christmas time ...

Catching up on world events.

Ethiopias El Presidenti, fresh from spending his 1m peace prize on coke, prozzies n ak47s, is raring to start another civil war with a different ethnic group.

The report mentioned Ethiopias Africas 2nd most populous country.

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ethiopia-population/

Nudging 120m.

Back in BandAid days it was under 40m.

What a total fuckup.

 

 

Look at the % uplift in population from 1985 to 1990. All that Band Aid / USA for Africa bunce must have really put the lead in the pencil. 

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