BLM: Which African Country Will Those Disenchanted With Britain Be Moving To?


It’s a question most won’t ask for fear of being called a racist. But those that are so adamant Britain is a Racist country, are not being held here against their will. They are free to leave at any time. Free to leave one of the most democratic; safe; free; tolerant; prosperous and least-racist countries on earth for one of the many superior African Nations to make their home.


But which one?


Perhaps Nigeria,

ranked 144th out of 180 countries most corrupt list, where treatment of women breaks many human rights, where 1/3 of all children are not in schools but in forced labour, where the treatment of ethnic minorities is still under investigation by the UN and where Religious nut-jobs Boko-Haram regularly perform murders, ethnic cleansing and religious violence. Sounds nice.


Or Perhaps the Sudan,

Where widespread corruption exists in every sector of the economy and government in the form of "financial and political corruption, nepotism, and misuse of power”. And where the treatment of non Muslim minorities has been repeatedly raised by Amnesty international as being of ‘great concern’. A country that is one of the few not to sign up to the convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). A country where the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) has been accused by Africa Watch of being a terrorist organisation attacking and killing a significant number of civilians and aid workers. If that sounds like your kinda town then grab a seat on the next flight out, because places will be going fast for sure.


Or maybe Zimbabwe,

With everyone’s cuddly uncle Robert Mugabe’s legacy seeing the country continue to be one of the most corrupt in the world. Zimbabwe has had a long history of racism, and the relations between many ethnic groups can spark into violence. After the collapse of white-ruled Rhodesia wherein the majority of farmland was owned by the white minority, hundreds of white farmers have been brutally murdered for being just that: White. A country where poverty and starvation is still an everyday occurrence.


The list goes on, but these poor souls had better make up their minds which great African country their lives would be safer, more prosperous and fulfilled in soon, because the tolerance and generosity of the British people can only be taken advantage of for so long.