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Scumbag Africa

Didn’t do anything big for April fools this year and couldn’t finish this list but here’s the list:


Produces great football players.

- They all play for France.


Known as “The Heart of Africa”…

-  …“The dead heart of Africa”.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Was called “Zaire”

- Now gets confused with its neighbour. 


Largest nation in Arab world.

- Exploits previous non-Arab culture and civilization for monetary gains.


98.52% Average turnout for elections

- only ever had one election (which was for independence). 


Named after Ghana empire.

- Never had any ties to the aforementioned Empire.

Côte d'Ivoire

Name translates to “Ivory Coast” in English.

- Official English name is still “Côte d'Ivoire”.


Wasn’t colonized by Europeans

- colonized by Americans.


Has successful movie series as namesake

- Didn’t save us by trademarking name. 


Once had a successful civilization.

- Doesn’t know how to exploit previous successful civilization for monetary gains.(See Egypt)


Only nation to leave African Union.

- Wants to rejoin African Union.


Speaks Portuguese.

- Doesn’t do much else.


Largest oil producing country in Africa.

- Still has frequent blackouts and wants neighbours’ oil fields.


loves sheep; the most popular tv show is a most beautiful ram contest

- biggest holiday involves sacrificing sheep

South Africa

Always appears in geography quizzes.

- As a capital cities trick question.

South Sudan

Became a thing a few years ago.

- Atlases everywhere became outdated.


Split up from South Sudan.

- Doesn’t change name to “North Sudan”.


Builds reputation as one of the most stable countries in Africa and the Arab world

- Starts Arab spring.


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A lot of people often generalize Africa as jungles and huts so here is a collection of spectacular cities in Africa! 

In order shown: 

Cape Town, South Africa 

Nairobi, Kenya

Port Louis, Mauritius

Accra, Ghana 

Johannesburg, South Africa 

Libreville, Gabon 

Windhoek, Namibia 

Tunis, Tunisia

Gaborone, Botswana

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Twitter shuts down 30 sites dedicated to saving politicians' deleted tweets
By James Vincent

Sometimes politicians (and others) Tweet stupid, ignorant or just plain horrible things. And when this happens, these tweets are often quickly deleted in order to avoid embarrassment or backlash from constituents. But Twitter is a public forum. And any politician who lacks the self-control to refrain from posting something on a public forum like Twitter, deserves a little criticism. Because of this, there are certain apps and web sites dedicated to saving all Tweets of politicians, even the deleted ones. No, especially the deleted ones. For some reason (that I’m sure has nothing to do with threatening pressure from lawmakers. I’m totally sure of it. It has nothing to do with that. Nothing. At all.) Twitter has decided to deny access to these services.

Twitter has shut down a network of sites dedicated to archiving deleted tweets from politicians around the world. The sites — collectively known as Politwoops — were overseen by the Open State Foundation (OSF), which reported that Twitter suspended their API access on Friday, August 21st. Twitter reportedly told the OSF that its decision was the result of “thoughtful internal deliberation and close consideration of a number of factors,” and that the social media site didn’t distinguish between politicians and regular users.

“Imagine how nerve-racking — terrifying, even — tweeting would be if it was immutable and irrevocable?” Twitter reportedly told the OSF. “No one user is more deserving of that ability than another. Indeed, deleting a tweet is an expression of the user’s voice.”

The US arm of Politwoops was shut down in June this year, but this new decision affects countries all over the world including Canada, Egypt, India, Ireland, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkey, Norway, and the UK. The Diplotwoops site, dedicated to archiving deleted tweets from diplomats, was also shut down, with the OSF noting that all the accounts had been “extensively used and cited by journalists around the world.” The organization’s director, Arjan El Fassed, commented: “What politicians say in public should be available to anyone. This is not about typos, but it is a unique insight on how messages from elected politicians can change without notice.”


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this man struggles to maintain his Art if i may say and his work alive 

a work which his son don t want to do after him and is tending to fade away after his retirement 

he make traditionnel “Jerid”  clay bricks all buy hands without any help of any kind of machinery since forever 

the last thing he said to us when we were about to leave was “may god make you remember us” 

Zude Fandom, Which country do you live?

All I know right now is….

Australia (Australia) Update

Canada (North America) Update

Denmark (Europe)

England (Europe) Update

France (Europe)

Italy (Europe) Update

Japan (Asia) Update

Russia (Eurasia) Update

Spain (Europe)  Update

Suriname (South America)

Thailand (Asia)

Tunisia (Africa)

United States of America (North America)

What about you?