September 16, 2021

34 thoughts on “Die In America Or Move To Africa?

  1. That’s a stupid question. But I love my country America I’ve been staying here all my life and maybe experienced racism twice in 40 years of my life.

  2. I'm AA, and I just wanna say thank you brother. I love you and all my family. I definitely plan to move to Africa in the future. I can't handle staying in this racist hell hole at an old age. Thank you all for welcoming us back home 💕❤️

  3. TOTAL BS! THE Whole BLM and all the Race thing is BS! Make America Great Again has NOTHING to do with RACE! ANYONE WHO SAYS ONLY! "BLM" IS A RACIAST! ALL LIVES MATTER!!!!!! All propaganda from someone who has never been to the USA!

  4. Nearly 700 companies in Africa with aggregate annual revenues of more than $1.4 trillion a year according to McKinsey & Co. Google for "The overlooked revolution for business in Africa" for proof.

  5. The African American could rebuild Africa just out of the solidarity for thier own people who at the end of the day they face the discrimination, just because of being black.

  6. Maybe they say they’re #dying so they discourage others from coming and can enjoy the spoils without sharing.. just a thought. I’ve lived in both places. In either environment EACH INDIVIDUAL must make something of themselves. There is no quick ‘relocation fix’.

  7. The truth is America is not a racist or dangerous place for Africans. Don't believe the main stream media. If it was true African Americans would be fleeing to Africa in mass numbers. They are free to leave at anytime! Love your videos! Keep doing more research about the American left. You will see they are and always have been racist. The democratic party was and is the kkk

  8. Slight correction, die in democratic cites or move to Africa. Death by cops or the community 99% of the time it will be a democrat run city and often a democrat run state.

    Really why stay in the US, assuming you move to a stable country in Africa, it seems a lot nicer in general. You would be catching the wave of growth as opposed to the decline in the west.

  9. You are so right, my son. The other side is, America is home to us and it is who so many of us are. Oppression is engrained in our spirits- the good, bad, and indifferent. Telling Americans that we are oppressed does not show them they are oppressed. The only thing (I believe) that shows our people exactly how oppressed we are here in America, is to help them to understand who they really are (in God's kingdom). When they begin to know who they are, they will know their worth, and then their eyes will be open to the tactics of the oppressor and how they are oppressed. We must arise from our oppression. We must begin to love ourselves as Africans and treat each other VERY special as Africans. Let's love ourselves and one another fiercely so we can see who we are and what has been done to us so we will know what we need to do AS ONE PEOPLE!!!!!!

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