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America is getting darker. It won’t be long before white people are a minority.

America does not like! :XD:
And his hair is of course not turning black because it's bleached.


15th September 2009

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580 Comments:
 
Mecharic

21 M
2 months ago #9327772        

Black Murika will mug yo ass!



udac

35 M
2 months ago #9326733        

So, America is turning into Brazil....finally, better late than never. :-)



2 months ago #9322779        

"America is getting darker. It won't be long before white people are a minority." That is so true...



4 months ago #9298918        

He looks better this way though it looks as though someone cooked him


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4 months ago #9297127        

It looks like spray-tan



5 months ago #9279483        

He actually looks better this way:XD:



10 months ago #9188912        

So is Canada, but we're just like, eh. Whateves.... actually we need more population, immigrants, come on over!

But fuck the Aboriginal people. They get nothing.



11 months ago #9154758        

@JalinO123 Did you realise you have Liberian flag on your profile?



11 months ago #9154585        

I'd just like to chime in with my two cents about how the roughly 70%-ish percentages everyone is throwing around aren't accurate! 'White Americans', as of 2012, only make up 63% of the country (the statistic that you're looking at is including the Hispanic/Latino population), but that 63% also includes individuals from the Middle East and North Africa. As a result, /Caucasians/ actually make up less than 63% of America. I'd, personally, estimate it as less than 60%, but I can't find the exact percentages of people from the Middle East/North Africa in the U.S., so I can't be certain.

Anyway, the more you know!



11 months ago #9152330        

Wow, I just spent 20 minutes tracking this ongoing conversation back to a single american who has the skin thickness of an apple, who is the very reason a lot of our stereotypes are the way they are over seas. I say forget our policies in the argument because those have nothing to do with this comic. I think @NordicBand117 said it best. Since we don't have the connections that European Countries do to other countries, we haven't needed the cultural learning that you do, and it's all because of trade and economics. Everyone, americans and europeans alike, need to realize that this country we call the United States, was originally supposed to be a bunch of small countries being kept in peace with one another by a collective group of representatives from every country/state, much like the UN is to Europe. You think the UN is an original thought? Nope. A bunch of British traitors came up with the idea first. So our culture and trade was originally with other country-states, like you and other European countries, who just happened to all spawned from the same region in Europe. It's not until the dawn of the internet, in the last 20 years, that it's even been important for us to learn about other cultures. So Europeans, bare with us. We're new to this whole "strange new culture" thing.



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