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Was the fate of human societies really dependent on who first acquired guns, germs, and steel?
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Buy more guns and ammunition,also marry a good white woman and have a lot of white kids!!
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>>6623266
Back to r/thedonald boomer, you forgot to take your pills
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>>6623258
>Denmark is an island
Wtf
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If the shitty beaners in south america had spent their time inventing machine gun instead of corn cob butt plugs wed all be speaking olmec
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Also, the geographic setup of Eurasia (multiple different rich, relatively well-bounded subcontinental areas all connected by overland trade and migratory routes) was really conducive to economic and technological development.
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>>6623258
Obviously not.
Europeans were not the first to acquire guns or to invent steel. Steel and guns were widespread across the old world before the time of European dominance.



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