Life as an Albino in Africa – Witch doctors target albinos

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Date: August 31st, 2008

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Africa – Like most middle-class 14-year-old girls in Tanzania, Joyce Charles enjoys hanging out with her friends, going to school and watching television. But she has albinism, a condition that leaves her without any pigmentation — white skin, bleach-blond hair and pale blue eyes. At least 20 Tanzanians have been murdered this year alone, mutilated for their body parts, which are then sold on the black market by witch doctors. The estimated 170,000 albinos in Tanzania are on edge, feeling as if they are being hunted. More… Magazine LaneDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceFig Leaves
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7 Responses to “Life as an Albino in Africa – Witch doctors target albinos”

  1. sidney Says:

    These people are so far behind the rest of the world they will never catch up.

  2. frankee Says:

    that’s horrible!

  3. ron Says:

    Come on you people. How ignorant can you be in this modern world.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Gives new definition to “Kill whitey!!!” But seriously, to all those african americans who are so very proud of their heritage… Here it is, black-on-white violence lead by witch doctors. Oh yeah, be proud.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    But look at the bright side, Sidney. In the event of nuclear holocaust or some other catastrophic demise of modern civilization, these people won’t have to do much to adjust to a world of pointy sticks thatch huts.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Its seems they have a rather large amount of albinos. Must be something in their diet…….

  7. Anonymous Says:

    when obama becomes president he ,s going to appoint a witch doctor as the surgeon general.

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