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Africa's Population Woes by Adeba01(m): 5:36pm On Mar 22
One of Africa's most pressing issues in today's world is our population increase.

Prior to the white man's intrusion and his movement into Africa. Africa's population's was small and manageable.

But thanks and due to the white man's traits of meddling into affairs that don't concern them, their nosy nature and unnatural interference, as a result the white man brought his science and medication and consequently Africa's population has increased dramatically and because of that there has been a lot of stress on the environment and eradication of people's traditional lifestyle and practices (think of the san bushmen, the hadza and the pygmies of the equalateral rainforests).

I believe that Africans need and have to go back to how they used to live their lives prior to the white man's presence and have to forfeit all of the technology, city living and luxuries of the so called modern life, with all of the white man's stuff gone there will be a natural reduction of Africa horrific surplus population and there will be an equilibrium with nature.

For viewing pleasure and further additional information I will also post an online link further highlighting the causes of Africa's unnatural population explosion. Written by a well respected British anthropologist

https://www.unz.com/print/MankindQuarterly-1971apr-00195/

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