Am I the only person who likes developing countries and regions?

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Am I the only person who likes developing countries and regions?

@Poker_Star Then go live there you fucking ching. Literally nothing stops you. Am I the only person who likes developing countries and regions? I think they show reality at it’s core. Human cultures too concerned with survival to organise themselves as well as the disease, corruption and somewhat anarchy that comes with it. To me these places are human nature at it’s finest and western countries are the equivalent of a Picasso painting. They’re beautiful, they’re neat and tidy, but they’re not the “norm” because most people would paint like a child, not Picasso. Fuck off. I have this friend who spent half a year in Africa and now thinks he’s SEEN THE WORLD AS IT REALLY IS, won’t stop talking about it and keeps mentioning it every second. I took the bus to xy yesterday “YEAH MAN I..I RODE A BUS IN AFRICA AND BELIEVE ME…” rode over a pothole yesterday “OOH H-HEY WHEN I WAS IN AFRICA THE STREETS WEREN’T EVEN PAVED” eating peppers “MAN WHEN I WAS IN AFRICA I ATE PEPPERS” muh le African people are still living life out on the streets muh le people are so open and friendly muh le life experience He romanticizes shitholes no person should ever be unlucky enough to live in as places where people are still unspoiled by the fucked mentality of our society and dreams of just going there and HELP. Pretty racist actually. He only likes the places because they’re shit, which he can only say because he’s a rich WHITE person. @PurpleCharger It reminds me of people paying to live like a haitian for one night in Haiti. It’s a bit insulting for them. I like them because they are human being like us, have a colourful and rich history. Yes, they can be a bit rustic, but I bet your description would have severely offended them. and I quite like life here, it’s more exciting and fun. I just wish it was safe to walk the streets at night. Pic is China Hans, not fucking Africa. Either way, most of the world lives like this. Some people enjoy the “high life” while others prefer the less organised way of life because it is humanity at it’s core. @BlogWobbles So? You never specifically mentioned China. I’d move to China, they have hot chicks. @Poker_Star You talk about them like they’re an ant farm to be studied through glass but you’re trying to sound like some edgy liberal art student looking for magic where there is none. Shitty people live in those shitty places and they don’t make a reasonable effort to improve. They just accept poor living conditions and it’s pathetic. The only aspect of humanity you can pull from these situations is how most people are just dumb “status quo” faggots who, despite living in literal crime infested filth will do nothing to improve their world for future generations. That’s a horrible thing to want to look at unless you’re some kind of jaded hopeless sadist. @Spamalot Shitty people live in those shitty places and they don’t make a reasonable effort to improve. They just accept poor living conditions and it’s pathetic. Who wouldn’t want to live there? Just soak up those raw impressions of REAL life. The sounds, the smell, the poverty, the disease, the inhumane living conditions. This is the core of humanity. This is what living is really all about. Living in the gutter is the only way mankind should ever live. It’s all about perspective. I’m talking about living with just the very basics. Primitive culture. Not this manmade life that has sprung up and taken us away from our natural roots. It reminds me of the concept of homelessness. You’re looked down upon if you lose your home and end up begging on the street, but if you’re a backpacker travelling the world and living out of a pop-up tent it’s perfectly fine even though both people are clearly homeless. I am not talking about developing countries as in the fucking slums, I’m talking about communities and countries where the necessities of mankind are top priority, not the luxuries of mankind. @Sharpcharm but if you’re a backpacker travelling the world and living out of a pop-up tent then you’re an 18 year old fresh out of school piece of shit going on an >EPIC ADVENTUUUURE @Sharpcharm I’m talking about living with just the very basics The entire point of going to third world shitholes is to be rich and get smashed on brown pussy you stupid nigger. No one there will like you without money; they shit on the homeless far more than we ever do. @Sharpcharm Go live in one of these shit holes and stay there. Backpacking doesn’t count. These people can’t leave and getting the “real human experience” would mean staying there and suffering with them, not visiting as a tourist and getting your hand held for the duration of your trip. You’re just an idealistic kid who needs to grow up or write a pretentious blog on how enlightened you think you are. Cleary you didn’t read the part about me not talking about slums. Africa is the second largest continent by population, do you really think every single one of them lives in shitty conditions? They wouldn’t have such a massive population if they couldn’t sustain it. Stop watching dumbed down American media and take a trip shitposter. @Methshot They wouldn’t have such a massive population if they couldn’t sustain it @Methshot Look, stupid, consider why you hate everyone around you, and then consider why anyone would like you. You’re not going to get a hall pass to friends just for being white among non-whites. @Poker_Star I don’t like developing countries and regions because they portrait this or that, it’s the economic opportunities that hide in them. All sorts of political and socioeconomic paths they can take to reach a certain “destination”. I also collect and read on various data including them, internal politics, big native business’ news clippings, raw social data such as migrations, education, disease, all this on a regional basis. So a single country, broken down into regions and then proceed with predictions @Harmless_Venom Yes. Basically Eastern Europe, and western and central parts of Asia interest me the most From EE, it’s Kosovo and Macedonia and from Asia, it’s Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iraq and Armenia @Ignoramus Go live in one of these shit holes and stay there. Tolstoy did this and he liked it. Got a lot of “the real human experience”. went to milano centrale station and saw the terrifying enrichment there, jesus christ get it together italy @Poker_Star Then, do you want to change place with me? or do something better move to generic latin or african country, you will love to live in a shit hole where only the sons of rich families and politicians can have a pretty good life. @BlogWobbles went to milano centrale station and saw the terrifying enrichment there What did you expect, it’s like this for every very big city @Boy_vs_Girl I live in a countryside city, basically no enrichment here, feels good to be white etc amsterdam is filled with them in the tourist district, however you can just cycle really fast and pretend they dont exist unemployment I heard from italians just a few months ago that there is literally nothing for them in italy but mom & dad’s appartment
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