Gates' view as expressed is basically:— Lyman Stone (@lymanstoneky) October 16, 2018
1. Africa was geographically predestined to economic inferiority
2. Its people never developed meaningful civil institutions on their own
3. The solution is to have fewer Africans in the future
Seriously. Read it yourself.
My mother was born and raised in Nigeria, Africa. She is well educated, was a full time teacher, then an entrepreneur and an awesome homemaker to six educated children and fourteen grandchildren (so far). I love you Mamma.#postcardsforMacron pic.twitter.com/oxhfWGuIxu— Fech (@ColoursJnr) October 17, 2018
“Rather than an exchange,” one economist explains, “love is best described in economic theory as a gift or voluntary ‘transfer payment.’”— Brandon Dutcher (@brandondutcher) October 18, 2018
Politicians should be *grateful* for mothers who build all this human capital. #PostcardsForMacron https://t.co/ZumP4V5AFh pic.twitter.com/77NzjoWiwh
.@Notredame, @uiowa, baby, passed IA bar, baby, passed OH bar, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, passed IN bar, substitute teacher, #FortWayne CityCouncil, @USFFW adjunct, mediation biz, Indiana State Senator, but BIGGEST ACCOMPLISHMENT #7Children #postcardsforMacron pic.twitter.com/wnBEkECytn— Liz Brown (@LizBrownUS) October 17, 2018
Emmanuel Macron: “Present me the woman who decided, being perfectly educated, to have seven, eight or nine children.”— Christopher J. Scalia (@cjscalia) October 17, 2018
BA in English from Radcliffe.
Two great-grandchildren.#PostcardsforMacron pic.twitter.com/ED6xLGtzQK
I may have (only) three kids so far, but it’s not for want of trying, or for lack of desire to have all 👏🏼 the 👏🏼 babies 👏🏼. I also have a chemical engineering degree from a top ten school. #PostcardsForMacron— Colleen ❄️ (@ColCol37) October 17, 2018