So, it turns out I was wrong about something.

They both ruled over countries that experienced severe hyperinflation. The difference however, is that Hitler inherited the problem and fixed it in his country. Mugabe caused it in his. Winner: Hitler
Hmm, let me think. What do they have in common? Oh, I know. They both ruled over countries that experienced crippling hyperinflation. The difference however, is that Hitler inherited the problem and fixed it in his country. Mugabe on the other hand, caused it in his.
Winner: Hitler

Yesterday, I posted that video of a bunch of Danish cucks, begging refugees to come in to their country, so that they may have their culture enriched in some vague, unspecified way. After posting the video, I screenshotted a few of the comments, in order to convey the attitudes of viewers of the video (many of which, were similar to my own). One comment that I highlighted was this one…

I love how blunt this is, though I didn't hear anything about Mugabe wanting the white farmers back. I think he, being the most incompetent moron of all, is too stubborn to admit that he has destroyed that country with his policies.
I still laugh at the unapologetic bluntness.

My reaction to Otto’s comment was one of disbelief. I didn’t think for a second that the retarded terror lord, Mugabe, would ever actually realise the stupidity of his policy of seizing thriving farms off whites who knew how to run them, and handing them over to bunch of incompetent morons, whose only qualification was being black. Turns out, Mugabe actually did realise the truth after all, so I was wrong to doubt this comment.

From Zimbabwe Daily

Zimbabwe’s government has for the first time suggested it may give official permission for some white farmers to stay on their land, 15 years after it sanctioned widespread land grabs that plummeted the country into an economic crisis.

By Peta Thornycroft, and Aislinn Laing in

Douglas Mombeshora, the Zanu-PF Lands Minister, said provincial leaders had been asked to draw up a list of white farmers they wanted to stay on their farms deemed to be “of strategic economic importance”.

“We have asked provinces to give us the names of white farmers they want to remain on farms so that we can give them security of tenure documents to enable them to plan their operations properly,” Mr Mombeshora said.

2000 AD~ “Fuck off whitey, we don’t want you here”

2015 AD~ “Come back whitey, we be starvin’ here without you”

Beneficiaries of the land grabs that started in 2000, mostly President Robert Mugabe’s officials and allies, will in future also have to pay a small rental per acre which will be used in part to pay compensation to evicted white farmers.

More than 4,000 white farmers lost their land after Mr Mugabe lost a referendum to the new Movement for Democratic Change party and, in a bid to regain popularity, authorised land grabs by disaffected war veterans.

Today, fewer than 300 white farmers remain on portions of their original land holdings in Zimbabwe and many of the seized farms lie fallow, meaning the former Breadbasket of Africa has to import food to feed its population.

Hmm, how can we find a way to blame the whites for the blacks not being able to run farms properly? As we know, everything bad that has ever happened in the world, is the fault of white people, so they must be to blame for this too, somehow. Maybe all that legacy of racism and oppression caused post-traumatic stress disorder in the blacks, leaving them incapable of first world standards of living. It’s the same reason why every other Sub-Saharan African country is also a poverty ridden hellhole. Yes, that must be it. I mean, just take a look at this educational cartoon, which illustrates how advanced the native Zimbabweans were before the white man showed up.

In all honesty, the history of Zimbabwe is almost like a real life version of Star Trek’ “Prime Directive” being violated. They simply weren’t ready to cope with how much more advanced the Europeans were. Going from living in mud huts and having a hunter/ gatherer lifestyle, to a modern lifestyle in just one century was simply too quick a change to make. In that sense, the white man does deserve some blame for their problems. They should have just been left to their tribal lifestyle, free from modern technology.

Among remaining farmers who have been recommended for a reprieve of Mr Mugabe’s edict that whites can no longer own land in Zimbabwe is Elizabeth Mitchell, a poultry farmer who produces 100,000 day-old chicks each week.

Her farm, Barquest, which lies around 160 miles south of Harare in Masvingo Province, had been allocated by the government to Walter Mzembi, the tourism minister, but he recently retreated after the provincial leadership backed her request to stay.

Shuvai Mahofa, Masvingo’s Provincial Affairs Minister, has recommended five more white farmers be issued with 99-year leases because their operations were, she said, of “strategic economic importance”.

Mr Mugabe regularly tells white farmers who have survived years of uncertainty, violence and threats to move off the parcels of land they have hung on to.

“Don’t be too kind to white farmers,” Mr Mugabe told supporters at a recent Zanu PF rally. “They can own industries and companies, or stay in apartments in our towns but they cannot own land. They must leave the land to blacks.”

And of course, the Western media is not even slightly outraged at the idea of such blatant inequality, because the 2nd class citizens in this case are white. If the roles were reversed, there would be global outrage. The reactions of people towards Rhodesia, Jim Crow era America, and Apartheid era South Africa are proof of this.

Mr Mombeshora also announced the long-delayed establishment of a “Land Commission”, which the EU has said it will help fund, to survey how seized white farms were distributed during the chaotic and sometimes violent land grab.

He said new land laws were almost ready to go before parliament which would require beneficiaries to pay rent. Those funds would, he said, be used to start a process of compensation for evicted white farmers.

George Charamba, Mr Mugabe’s spokesman, told The Telegraph during a recent visit to South Africa that the review would be “founded on productivity” and beneficiaries would be subjected to a “use it or lose it” rule.

“Not many have made land reform work and they will not hold on to it if they are not making it sweat,” he said. “There will be tears, black tears this time.”

Hendrik Viljoen, director of the Commercial Farmers Union, which represents interests of thousands of evicted white farmers and the roughly 300 who remain, said he was “pleased” the government was talking about compensation and urged more farmers be given the right to stay.

“So many of the evicted farmers are old now and destitute and desperate for compensation,” he said.

He said he hoped that the UK, would, as the former coloniser and in accordance with Zimbabwe’s constitution since 1992, also meet its commitments to paying some compensation.

“If the UK, alone or with other donors, paid the small amount for the land, we believe international financiers, such as the World Bank would assist Zimbabwe pay white farmers for the more expensive part of the deal, improvements to the land,” he said.

“We doubt the government will raise enough money from rentals to pay much compensation, but it is a start.” – Telegraph

Yes, because throwing financial aid at countries like Zimbabwe has already been so successful. It most certainly wasn’t the equivalent of just flushing that money down the toilet.

Now, to finish this post off, here’s a rather interesting video. It’s a 1976 documentary showing what life was like in Rhodesia at the time. This was 11 years into what would be a 15 year civil war in the country, 11 years in which the country had been effectively isolated globally.

Despite this ongoing war, and despite the isolation, it’s pretty clear to see that the country was actually quite prosperous and civilised. It’s also quite obvious that the blacks were indeed treated as second class citizens by the whites. While I don’t condone the idea of one group marginalising another like this, I do think it’s particularly important to point out that even though they were treated worse than whites, they still seemed to enjoy a much better standard of living, not only than blacks living in other African countries, but in that very same country in 2015. I can’t help but wonder, was black majority rule really worth it, after how everything has turned out?

Oh look, number 5. Well, at least you have less people than 4 other countries.
Well, at least you have less people getting HIV/AIDS than 4 other countries.
That's a severely reduced lifespan.
But your lifespans are reduced much further than the others. I wonder why this is.
Oh but look, they're not spending any money to fight it.
Oh I see. Other countries have the money to try and fight it. Not Zimbabwe though.
It takes some extraordinary incompetence to turn things around this badly in this short a time.
It takes some extraordinary incompetence to turn things around this badly in this short a time.
Oh look, nobody wants to stay in such a failed country.
Oh look, nobody wants to stay in such a failed country.

Yes, clearly it was worth destroying the functioning country of Rhodesia, because things are obviously so much better now that those white devils are no longer in charge.


One thought on “So, it turns out I was wrong about something.

  1. Fantastic ! I was enlightened by the information , Does someone know if I would be able to access a sample DoT OP-1 version to fill in ?


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