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DuctapeFatwa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-12-03 05:51 PM
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7. It is hard to argue that the depopulation of Africa is accidental

Since AIDS drugs, water and food are all well within the ability of the wealthy western corporations to provide.

It is, however, more profitable not to, and it is also ideologically pleasing to certain small but influential segments of westerners.
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