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Qanaut [S] 36 points ago +36 / -0

Lets talk about your health... collagen... crypto banking... emergency food supply...

u/#supplies

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Menziess 27 points ago +27 / -0

.. and the people, they see what’s happening, the deep state is panicking, people are waking up

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HIGH___ENERGY 3 points ago +3 / -0

KETOWITHX22.COM

(Plz don't buy that garbage)

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makemyday007 2 points ago +2 / -0

Don’t forget the fish!

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popoe 2 points ago +2 / -0

FUCK YEAH UHF!!!

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SCROTUS_2020 14 points ago +14 / -0

Westin.

Nailed it

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MilitaryJustice 11 points ago +11 / -0

The thing that I find interesting is...

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bigsix 2 points ago +2 / -0

He sees the board very, very clearly.

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deaddragon 10 points ago +10 / -0

ok dave

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overrun 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please, privatewestincentalbank!

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purkiss80 34 points ago +34 / -0

Well, I'm from South Africa and I haven't heard anything about this ...As for Area's being segregated by colour...This is NOT True.... There is No discrimination against Blacks, However, there are policies in place which benefit Blacks....and policies that discriminate against Whites...It's Apartheid in reverse.... Edit: I'm not saying it's not true(the content of the post), all I'm saying is that I've heard absolutely nothing about it...

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TheAwakened 19 points ago +19 / -0

I've spoken to guy from SA that moved to my country. He says he got robbed by police 3 times and could never leave house without guns. Much racism from the state vs whites as well, so he had to flee

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purkiss80 24 points ago +24 / -0

Yip....We have to be Aware at all times....You can't trust the police....They sell their uniforms and gear to criminals...

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Mcmurdo32 13 points ago +13 / -0

Sounds like a shitty way to exist, but I know much of the world is like that, and the Globalists want to bring that here.

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TheAwakened 5 points ago +5 / -0

SA was first world country until like 10 years ago (in many parts of the country)

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Joshheretohelp 6 points ago +6 / -0

how easy is it to get an ak47 there?

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purkiss80 11 points ago +11 / -0

Pretty easy....but they have all been used in criminal activity....I Don't want anything to do with any illegal weapon....Can almost guarantee that it's been used to kill someone....

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Joshheretohelp 10 points ago +10 / -0

wow...completely different world over there...stay safe friend.

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purkiss80 9 points ago +9 / -0

Thanks...We do our best....

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barackwuzkangz 5 points ago +6 / -1

Amen, boet.

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mac1221 2 points ago +2 / -0

Doesn't sound right or pass the smell test. The central banks would never sit back and just allow something to happen like what this article is reporting. Remember Libya? Gaddafi thumbed his nose at the Central Bank and tried to back their own currency with gold. He lost his life, the gold, and the country. Libya has never recovered from that DS hit job.

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

Back in the 80's, I dated a very attractive, very nice single mother from South Africa named Lee Junkin, I think that's how it was spelled. I don't know why I quite seeing her, but have often wonder what became of her and her son.

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monkeycat2010 1 point ago +1 / -0

Darn, I was coming to congratulate you. It would be great if this were true. Keep us posted if you hear anything. All the best!

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purkiss80 2 points ago +2 / -0

I Definitely will....

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DiveAndBait 10 points ago +10 / -0

My wife and her friend went to SA for a holiday.

But found that the blacks weren't happy there at all and they didn't feel at all comfortable staying there. Many areas were segregated between color.

The rich vs poor gulf was too wide to be gapped there.

I hope they find some semblance of humanity there without the NWO fingers in their pot.

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barackwuzkangz 23 points ago +24 / -1

Why would the blacks be unhappy there? Surely, having been in charge for 27 years, they should be dancing in the streets celebrating nearly 3 decades of kangz-level prosperity?

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Ogcarvattack 14 points ago +14 / -0

Name checks out kek!

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polish_snausage 11 points ago +11 / -0

Except their 4th grade educated last "president" zuma (?) was only one living like a Kang... building his castle while the post office had no stamps and the infrastructures (power grid for one) crumbled.

China was there to "assist" and feed zuma greed.

Boers have been being slaughtered there for years... and it was barely talked about in the open.

Praying for SA so hard.

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spkle 7 points ago +7 / -0

I heard they were about to finish the last building in Wakanda this year. You wouldn't know though, it's cloaked.

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barackwuzkangz 4 points ago +5 / -1

They are just waiting for enough electricity to finish it.

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Slyder8 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh they do, the country is so advanced they even made a movie about it. Didn't you see Black Panther on VHS?

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Secretyrussianspy 22 points ago +24 / -2

Go spread your bullshit on reddit, faggot.

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barackwuzkangz -3 points ago +5 / -8

hashtag triggered?

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DiveAndBait 6 points ago +6 / -0

Have you been?

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AiryFairy -7 points ago +6 / -13

Born and raised. And I didn’t even get to ask all the blacks how they feel. 50 million is a lot of people to lump into the category of ‘went for a holiday and asked them’.

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DiveAndBait 6 points ago +8 / -2

"Born and raised"

So you have a narrow viewpoint then? It's takes a different perspective to see the difference between your ass and your elbow, if you were raised there you get use to your view of your ass and believe it to be true. We all do it, that's why we travel and read books for empathy.

And I did say SA, I didn't say "the entire African continent." They were there for 2 weeks, doesn't make them experts but their experience is what they relayed to me.

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AiryFairy -11 points ago +6 / -17

Well, good to know she found out in 2 weeks what ‘the blacks’ think. Black South Africans belong to multiple tribes, languages, cultures and beliefs and practices. I reserve the right to be mildly insulted when my fellow countrymen are all lumped together in one group called ‘the blacks’.

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 15 points ago +17 / -2

Your phony outrage is very entertaining!

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AiryFairy -5 points ago +5 / -10

Lol so’s yours 😁

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DiveAndBait 7 points ago +9 / -2

First I said holiday.

Then I said SA.

To clarrify I then said two weeks.

Nowhere did I say 50 million or the entire African continent.

But you got 'oh wow you know what all 50 million blacks think'

???

Since SA is much richer than the rest of Africa, quite sure they have their own culture or behaviours and thinking. So maybe it's possible she saw two weeks of unhappy black South Africans working there??

I for one, 100% know the elites are racists and Africa is used as a petri dish for their experiments, which is why the African continent isn't allowed to rise as what we've seen in Asia and the west.

Which is believable that the blacks are unhappy there because of the huge gap of rich vs poor. She even saw segregation barriers barring the poorer of places.

Get what I'm saying or are you going to put words into the convo again which I didn't say?

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barackwuzkangz 4 points ago +5 / -1

South Africa, the country, has a population of around 50 million blacks. Africa the continent has many, many millions of spare blacks.

"Segregation barriers"? Or do you mean the entrances to gated communities - that were created to stop bad guys from murdering residents? Things that have only sprung up due to the authorities' inability to fight one of the highest crime rates on the planet. If these were 'segregation barriers', then why is the black government doing this?

You say there's a huge gap between rich and poor - Rich and poor is NOT "blacks" and "whites", The South African government currently robbing the country to enrich themselves.....White, are they? There are more wealthy blacks than there are whites.

How about the police and military?

South Africa USED to be the richest nation in Africa. That status is declining quite sharply as it turns into another Zimbabwe. The national electricity supplier (Eskom, run by 'the blacks' since 1994) can't keep the lights on - it's worse than californie - they've had roilling blackouts for almost 20 years now)

Who are 'the elites' in South Africa? What is their ethnicity?

These 'blacks' of which your wife and her friend speaks - were they South African blacks or one of the millions of illegal immigrants who brave river crossings with crocodiles and hippos just to get some of that sweet, sweet oppression.

And if 'the blacks' are unhappy - with a black president and government since 1994 - what do white folk have to do with that?

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AiryFairy -8 points ago +3 / -11

No I got what you were saying. Your wife and her friend went to SA on holiday for 2 weeks and spoke to the blacks and found out how they feel. Not a few blacks, not a dozen or a hundred. Just, the blacks. No worries 😉

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Cook_My_Robin 3 points ago +3 / -0

Nice grammatical complaint

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AiryFairy 0 points ago +4 / -4

No grammaticals here, it just made me chuckle and I made a jokey dig to the guy and people started writhing in outrage. I’ll try be more sensitive to the fragile in future.

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Cook_My_Robin 2 points ago +3 / -1

So it was nothing to do with grammar, but PC phrasing.

Your whole comment was outrage because the comment said "the blacks" as opposed to "the black people [there, where I visited]". Like how some prefer "The Jewish man" over simply "The Jew". Some might call this "fragile" but people have their reasons.

Your comment has been deleted now, but I saw it originally. And it was wholly indignant at the phrasing. If you're South African, maybe that phrasing is indeed racist there, I don't know.

But the outrage was confined to the deleted comment.

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AiryFairy 2 points ago +3 / -1

Nope, no comment deleted. At this point having to actually explain the joke makes it not funny any more.

SA is home to tens of millions of blacks from numerous tribes, cultures, languages, beliefs. Plus millions more black migrants from across Africa. SA has super rich blacks and super poor blacks. Same for Indians, whites, coloured. Opinions vary widely from group to group.

He said his wife met ‘the blacks’ and now knows how they feel. I wasn’t offended. Wasn’t outraged. Wasn’t bothered. Just found it funny. It made me laugh. As in, ha ha, that’s funny. A million different opinions and tribes etc. She must have spoken to all 50 million to know how ‘the blacks’ feel. Wasn’t even speaking for ‘the blacks’, it just made me chuckle.

South Africa is not like any other country, it has 11 official languages ffs 😂

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Ogcarvattack 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why ask all the fags when we can just ask you?

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FullAmpleSally 3 points ago +4 / -1

Lol you just did the “what do you mean YOU PEOPLE??”...but for real. Like you really meant it hahahahahahah

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AiryFairy 1 point ago +6 / -5

I was taking the piss at the guys claim his wife spoke to ‘the blacks’, in a vast country of millions made up of multiple tribes and cultures of blacks, sensitive snowflake pedes still wetting their knickers as I type. Quick, if you listen real hard you can still hear it flying right over your head.

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Cook_My_Robin 3 points ago +4 / -1

A child would understand what "I visited Mumbai, and the Indians there told me this common opinion" means.

The only reason to purposefully retard yourself into thinking it means "I visited South Africa, and conversed with every single person of Sub-Saharan ethnicity" is if you're writhing in fragility, to use your words.

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AiryFairy 3 points ago +4 / -1

Sure, a child would understand that. A child would also understand asking ‘the Japanese’ in Japan or ‘the Jews’ in Israel. A child may not understand South Africa has tens of millions of people who look the same with the same skin colour but are part of multiple different tribes, cultures, languages, beliefs, goals etc. Almost as if they’re not a monolith because they share a skin colour, weird huh. But you believe what you want, it’s all good 😊

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Cook_My_Robin 2 points ago +2 / -0

A child may not understand South Africa has tens of millions of people who look the same with the same skin colour but are part of multiple different tribes, cultures, languages, beliefs, goals etc. Almost as if they’re not a monolith because they share a skin colour, weird huh.

All of these words but none of it disproves that the guy went to South Africa, and got a feeling for [technically not all of] the blacks told him. You would have worded it differently, perhaps naming each tribe. Such as the biggest black tribe which genocided the native black tribe of South Africa. But this guy was a tourist so he didn't know all that.

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AiryFairy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don’t know, maybe an equivalent would be someone saying their wife went to America and got a feel that the blacks aren’t happy. Which blacks? The blacks in Chicago? The blacks in Texas? The blacks in the hood? The blacks earning millions? The famous blacks? The top of the charts blacks? The black cops? To me it’s funny for the assumption to be made, not offensive, just haha that’s funny, how dumb, more haha.

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AiryFairy 2 points ago +3 / -1

I mean, he could’ve just said ‘my wife went on holiday and spoke to lots of blacks and the general feeling is …’, or he could’ve just laughed along with me and said ‘haha no she spoke to a few …” but then I wouldn’t have got to laugh so hard on a miserable grey English day watching the fake outrage bubbling, so thanks!

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FondueFerret 2 points ago +2 / -0

At least you seem to be getting an extraordinary amount of laughs out of this unproductive back and forth. Isn't it weird how in online arguments one side always seems to be laughing their ass off?

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AiryFairy 2 points ago +3 / -1

Sooo weird. Life is crazy and shit right now, I don’t question what makes me laugh any more, I just laugh and don’t apologise. The guys comment made me laugh. Me laughing made a bunch of you howl in outrage. That made me laugh harder. Before long I didn’t notice the grey miserable rainy sky that I struggle with every year at this time. You all did a service, frens. I’ll try remember in future you can’t see the deadpan on a screen.

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Cook_My_Robin 1 point ago +1 / -0

hey as long as you're laughing and not seething, it's all good. only you know which one you did ;)

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AiryFairy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I never seethe. I made a dumb comment that got misinterpreted and maybe that was my fault, I thought it was funny, inside my head it was hilarious, but probably shouldn’t have expected non South Africans to understand what I was saying. My bad. If you laugh at everything there’s no time to seethe at anything 😊

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FullAmpleSally 1 point ago +1 / -0

No we all understood you. Also understood that you generalized their very specific comment like a dolt

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AiryFairy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Maybe I did. It was super funny to me but it got misunderstood and I could almost hear the gasps of outrage, felt more like Facebook than GAW. I could’ve worded it better, made it clear I was having a chuckle and taking the piss, but meh, at least now I know what shits some of you are so all good 👍

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FullAmpleSally 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol we’re all but a bunch of shits, who cares. We’re on the same side in the end 🦧🤜

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Mcmurdo32 3 points ago +4 / -1

You can get a general feel for the mood of a population by spending a little time among them and interacting with a number of them in a relatively short time. So they may be accurate in their assessment.

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MuckeyDuck 6 points ago +6 / -0

Here is the video which is good. The presenter has some very good points which would transfer to any country. He even says at the end, if something should happen to me, then this case should continue under the co-applicants, so he knows he's in dangerous territory here.

I hope that guy, and all others involved have good security. The banksters would blow off the entire end of Africa if this threatens to affect the rest of their global criminal scheme.

Those African's might point the way for the world because they have had their fill of Bill Gates and his vaccines. Just like black people in America, they don't trust whitey and their jab, and neither do I.

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Qanaut [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Thank you for posting the direct link. The link can also be found in the article.

I had to watch the video until the end to believe that South Africans were really petitioning to liquidate their central bank to pay for COVID damages.

This is BIG HAPPENINGS!

Prayer for these people is indeed warranted. They are kicking the hornets nest.

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MuckeyDuck 3 points ago +3 / -0

Did you hear is ending comment saying, if something should happen to me, then ......

Sounds like he knows he is in dangerous territory here.

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tweety51A 3 points ago +3 / -0

Very powerful video. Their case is clear, simple and just. He totally gets it and this is a common sense look at what SHOULD have happened with this scandemic. ANY country could make the same complaint in court and it would be justified. My only question would be how corrupt are the courts and can there be a fair Verdict? God is certainly on the side of truth and this man speaks the truth 100%.

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FBLie 5 points ago +5 / -0

Africa knows. They are tired of having their people being used as lab rats for cabal pharma. Atrocities.

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Jackdagger 5 points ago +5 / -0

Whoa. Any chance SA was South Africa not Saudi Arabia? Double meaning?

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RocknnRobin 1 point ago +1 / -0

🤯

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Perrin 3 points ago +3 / -0

SA is not a continent

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StormzAComing 3 points ago +4 / -1

I can't find anything on this that is reputable.

How can one country set a whole continent free from the New World Order?

I know that Qanaut has good intentions and will have his place in the GAW hall of fame one day, but I could smell the BS before I even clicked the link.

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LanaForge 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pray for this man and his family, and everyone else involved with the case.

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Ed_E 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is UGE! If it's true.

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hildberht 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol, Sth Africa is corrupt as, there is nothing happening there.

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ThomasMaker 1 point ago +1 / -0

server not found....

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Ed_E 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here is the link to the Constitutional Court he refers to in the video link: https://www.concourt.org.za/index.php Can we find the sauce?

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BlaineBug 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know if this is true or not BUT there was a graphic posted here recently where Africa suffered the most political deaths from the China Virus of any continent.

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HardWorkinPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Incredible!!! Love it!!!

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Mount_10_ear 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let's see if there will be mass suicides in the courts

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McCoffeeWarrior 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dream on

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Choctaw 0 points ago +1 / -1

Something certainly doesn't add up about this story, it comes across as pure distraction. How is the whole continent going to follow what SA does, name one time that Egypt gave a rats ass about SA, or how about the oil floating countries of ghana and nigeria -- are they now going to not sell to china b/c of what SA does? When has morocco cared about white farmers being murdered in SA or zimbabwe? Do Somalis even know SA exists?

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ItCameOutOfACan -3 points ago +1 / -4

Very progressive, this could work here. Liquidate the Federal Reserve to pay for the reparations of our black citizens.