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    • Yea I wouldn’t trust Africans with this kinda stuff
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    • 2011 be like
      Ioading a month
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    • PorkSword a month
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    • If the effectiveness of your group comes down to who the leader is, you’re ALL sheep
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    • I’m like 98% sure that was Alexander the Great and the quote was I fear an army of sheep led by a lion more than an army of lions led by a sheep
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    • “African Proverb”. Bitch Alexander the Great said this.
      Aaafricaaa a month
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    • "A lion does not concern himself with the opinions of sheep." - Tywin Lannister
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    • Zephron a month
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    • Another African proverb I like is "A child who is not embraced by his village will burn it down to feel it's warmth"
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    • It was actually Alexander the Great, but....ya know
      awesomecbr a month
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    • Its a metaphor. It means a good leader (the Lion) can accomplish the goal with whoever they have in their command (the sheep) while a boss (the sheep) can fail to accomplish the most simple goal with the best team (the Lions) do to poor leadership.
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    • Water sheep is the only one capable
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    • I love how people are like, "So StUpId!" When yall realize that in war this shit happens all the time. loser was an incompetent fool surrounded by brilliant engineering and generals and got shat on by lesser militaries with fewer men and fewer weapons because they knew what they were doing.
      bossmcsuace a month
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    • An army of sheep led by a lion follow out of fear, while an army of lions following a sheep do so by choice. Your argument is invalid.
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    • If an army of lions is led by a sheep, then that ain’t no sheep. That’s a GOAT 🐐
      k4n399 a month
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    • “We’re still living naked in huts with dirt floors” -African Proverb
      Joe_Deertay a month
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    • That’s a quote by Alexander the Great lol
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    • African proverb my ass, Alexander the Great said this, you don’t like when people white wash shit, so don’t charcoal it.
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    • That was not an african proverb that was something alexander the great said, "i fear the army of sheep led by the lion, not the army of lions led by a sheep"
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    • That's not a sheep that's *s a t a n*
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    • "I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep, I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion." - Alexander the Great
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    • HybridD a month
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    • xpxsquirrel a month
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    • Lol it’s not even quoted right and Alexander the Great was actually the person who said it
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    • The sheep did some hard shit to earn a lion's respect, I wouldnt fuck with that sheep
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    • Too bad I learned that Alexander the Great apparently said this.
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    • I mean it's true, during the Civil War the North outclassed the South in almost everything, but their leaders were terrible, and until they had a good leader they lost battle after battle.
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    • Travon19 a month
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    • It is saying that the sheep will follow the lion to war, and that the lions will all do there own thing if lead into war by a sheep, so what it is really trying to say is that a organized army is better than a disorganized army.
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    • Oh no see, thats the devil leading a pride of lions.
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    • This is not an African proverb are you kidding me 😂 it's a quote from Alexander the great.GET 8T RIGHT !
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    • They still living in mud huts, philosophy invalid
      Dicknyts a month
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    • I think what they are trying to say that it is better to have a fierce leader than a fierce army
      PapiAnti a month
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    • Let’s take advice from the only part of the planet where they haven’t advanced in the past 2000 years
      Nuggz a month
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    • That's just a misunderstanding of the proverb
      ErikTheRed a month
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    • It means you can have a army of brave men, but if they're lead by a coward, they will always fail, while an army of cowards lead by a brave man will always prevail.
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    • There are a lot of sheep out there, liberals being the biggest faction.
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    • I don’t think leadership is important if a bunch of lions are fighting a bunch of sheep
      Eggnoodles a month
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    • Weak men led by a strong leader can defeat strong men led by a weak and cowardly leader
      BigDickJavi a month
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    • A great player with an army of pawns can beat a weak player with an army of queens. Pretty simple
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    • For those who dont know that sheep in the picture is a rare breed of sheep called Jacob sheep.
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    • a great army led by weak leaders will fail. a mediocre army led by strong leaders will succeed
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    • Napoleon's conquest of Prussia would disagree with this meme.
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    • Lmao this is from Alexander the great
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    • You stupid fucks don't get it
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    • WomanCon a month
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    • “African proverb” you mean Alexander the Great quote?
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    • Who even is African proverb
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    • The sheep would have to be pretty smart to not get eaten by lions so my moneys on the army of lions
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    • But that's a goat
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    • Azrael_Cain a month
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    • Sheep: "Attack!!! but if someone has a better idea let me know."
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    • The proverb is translated to "strong army with a weak leader will fall to a weak army with a strong leader" but again the weak leader managed to become leader of the strong by earning their respect so my money is on him tbh
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    • Yikes explains spartans vs athens
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    • That’s not a sheep, that’s fucking Baphomet
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    • African proverb: "ooga booogaboo goba boo".
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    • I’m a sheep and I feel attacked. Turn this post down. Baaaah.
      kjds a month
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    • Yeah that’s literally the opposite of what would be true.
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    • People that have the critical thinking ability of a rock be like
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    • That’s not an African proverb that’s a quote from Alexander the Great
      Toki a month
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    • Eh, Africans aren't historically known for winning wars...like at all, so their war quotes are next to useless
      Kothblade a month
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    • And an army of pigs led by a Swedish man can defeat a floating skeleton monster
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    • Lets try a different analogy: take a professional football team and a little league football team and swap their coaches. If you tell me the little league team with the pro coach will beat the pro team with the little league coach then you’re not in your right mind.
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    • This is a quote by Alexander the great. Don't disrespect him like that by calling it a African proverb.
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    • I understand what they are trying to convey but it just sounds stupid as hell. Like Lions led by a sheep are still gonna kick more ass than one lion
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    • What if the lion has vibranium armor, and the sheep have advanced offensive weaponry
      CarpeDentum a month
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    • You do realize that this is an old saying relating to WW1 and 2 because the commanding officers(sheep) would constantly give orders to the soldiers(lions) and the soldiers would fight while the officers would stay back and watch as they died
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    • Just because the lion is a good fighter doesn’t mean it’s a good leader.
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    • Basically saying the power of your army is not as important as the effectiveness of your leadership since people keep saying they don’t get it
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    • I agree. I'd be more afraid off the sheep leading the lions
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    • So what you’re saying is, one strong man leading a group of brainwashed people can beat an army of a man who was once brainwashed leading an army of lions.
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    • But if you find a Llama leading an army of bears and a goose airforce, you better run
      HLS0911 a month
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    • Man this was said by Napoleon, if you look Africa only recently had domesticated sheep, which were domesticated outside of Africa, and being a close relation of Asian and European sheep.
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    • Satan with lions
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    • This is literally a quote from Alexander The Great. Nowhere near an "African proverb." Njnoon just make shit up to make them look better than the unintelligent savages they are.
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    • The point is you have to have a strong leader
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    • An army of slimes led by an enderman can defeat an army of endermen led by a slime
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    • thats an alexander the great quote
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    • Basically the American civil war. The north had great troops, but timid leaders and the south had poor troops, but furious leaders. South kicked ass for bit.
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    • I think the saying went over all of your guys’ heads 😂
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    • It's actually a Capra demon leading them
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    • Ah yes because Africa is known well for its ancient wisdoms and proverbs.
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    • I think it is more along the lines of “A dominant leader with a submissive army vs A submissive leader with a dominant army”.
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    • The gist is nice but damn in reality it’d be a bloodbath
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    • Strong leadership is extremely important...but this metaphor is weak.
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    • And this is an example why africa is still a third world continent. Instead to assume that the one sheep is extremely powerful they assume that the pack of lions is extremely harmless. Hence they underestimate their enemies and loose
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    • You have to ask yourself. What did that sheep do, to become the leader of the pride?
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    • Like if spongebob ran the cartel
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    • No bullshit though. If a sheep can lead of pack of lions, that fucker is to be feared, which also can be used a proverb
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    • That’s simply not true. Like I get what’s trying to say, but seriously that wouldn’t happen
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    • Point is, anyone can be led by an alpha, but if every alpha is being led by a weaker man, they can't win
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    • Lol that quote sounds stupid af
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    • This is stupid as shit no way in hell would a bunch of sheep led by one lion beat a bunch of lions and one sheep. The sheep switched sides because he knew the sheep didnt stand a chance
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    • Lies! On most games if only one player is good and all suck they will lose, but if the guy that makes the plan sucks but has good player then they will win mostly ALWAYS
      oiramCANO a month
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