As a U.S. citizen, I live on stolen land, built by stolen labour, powered by stolen resources from poor countries - but not necessarily by choice. I just happened to be born in a land characterized by those problems. I can do what I can to fight those problems, but my chances of beating the system aren't great.
However, I can choose not to loot.
The comparison is therefore invalid.
Whether the person who posted this was comparing apples and oranges depends on the context. Judging by the excerpt you posted, it sounds kind of lame. However, they may have posted it to point out a particular injustice or hypocrisy.
It's reminiscent of the photos of Native Americans accompanied by captions that read something like "And you think MEXICANS are illegal aliens?"
The photo and caption point out a major hypocrisy, but it may not make much sense unless you associate it with the proper people, in the right context.
Accumulation was probably correct in identifying it as a tu quoque fallacy. However, we aren't necessarily talking about a situation involving two wrongs. There are multiple wrongs, but I never owned slaves or fought Native Americans, and I have long spoken out against U.S. imperialism, so I don't feel like anyone is pointing a finger at me.