Karma for Colonialism?
They Know Now What They Do
I’ve been noticing a striking online presence of Indian, African, and other people, including many never colonized by Europeans, who speak of “Karma for colonialism”, or the belief that mass migration into, and the subsequent destruction of Western nations, is somehow “karma”. They say the chickens are coming home to roost.
Of course, colonialism has been only extremely beneficial to its recipients. Since 1950, for example, the sub-Saharan African population has grown by over 1200% from about 116 million people to 1.18 billion. Not exactly a trauma, right? Compare that to a measly 37% of growth in Europe over the same time period (and that includes mass immigration to Europe).
Similar explosive population growth has been observed in India and Pakistan. If colonialism has been so bad—besides the transfer of an advanced civilization’s engineering, education, and medical technology—surely, their populations would actually be suffering rather than thriving, right?
But indeed, the populations of India and Central Africa, today, are struggling. Not because of colonialism, but because of overpopulation. Because of irresponsible breeding. Unlike the one-child policy we saw in China, other population hotbeds never implemented such restrictions.
Jeff Kaira writes, “Europeans migrated to Africa in the 1800s and 1900s. It’s time for us to come to Europe.” I get a lot of such comments on my TikTok videos. But what, exactly, do low-educated Africans, most of whom still can’t read or write, plan to do in Europe? Are they going to take over our factories and work harder? They won’t. Are they going to hijack our hospitals and be better doctors? They won’t.
We all know what they’re here for: They’re coming to rape and ravage, to set fire to Europe the way French “locals with an immigrant background” set fire to their cities. And the consequences of such an attack on Europe should be more than obvious: Food supplies and fertilizer supplies to India and Africa will dry up. Hundreds of millions of their own people will starve as a direct consequence of any attack in Europe.
Indeed, overpopulation is a real problem, but overpopulation comes from women in India, in the Arab world, and in Africa. In case of an attack on the European economies, which will hurt the global supply chain system, their populations will have to be drastically reduced.
Karma is coming, then. Karma is coming when Europeans teach the ungrateful mobs how to say ‘please’.