Nothing really new here. Just more of your standard anti-white sentiment from South Africa. As usual, the human rights, do-gooder brigade in the West are silent about it.
President Jacob Zuma has called on parliament to change South Africa’s constitution to allow the expropriation of white owned land without compensation.
Hmm, I have a feeling that something like this has been tried somewhere else before. Oh right…
It sure worked out well when Mugabe did the same thing in Zimbabwe. Well except for the economic collapse, famines, and hyper-inflation that followed of course, in a country that had at one point been known as the breadbasket of Africa. Apart from all that, stealing land from the white people was a fantastic idea.
Mr Zuma, 74, who made the remarks in a speech yesterday/FRI morning, said he wanted to establish a “pre-colonial land audit of land use and occupation patterns” before changing the law.
“We need to accept the reality that those who are in parliament where laws are made, particularly the black parties, should unite because we need a two-thirds majority to effect changes in the constitution,” he said.
So a member of a racial majority in government, is trying to rally members of that racial demographic to come together in order to pass legislation that is discriminatory against members of a racial minority. If this sort of thing was happening in a white majority country, there would be global outrage, but seeing as in this case, the whites are the persecuted minority, nobody is talking about it. I know I keep going on about this point over and over, but I really feel that I need to do so in order to emphasise how serious it is. There is a global war going on against white people, in which it is perfectly acceptable to oppress and discriminate against us, and were other races aren’t being held to the same standards that we are. This sort of thing is normalised in countries like Zimbabwe and South Africa, where white people are the minority, and based on the racial hatred that is already being expressed against us as it is, it will become normalised in Europe and North America eventually, when we become minorities here too. It is inevitable, unless we learn from what’s happening in countries like South Africa, and take steps necessary to prevent the future we’re faced with.
Mr Zuma, who has lurched from one scandal to another since being elected to office in 2009, has adopted a more populist tone since his ruling African National Congress (ANC) party suffered its worst election result last August since the end of apartheid in 1994.
It’s populist to call for discrimination against white people. Just really let that sink in.
The party lost the economic hub of Johannesburg, the capital Pretoria and the coastal city of Port Elizabeth to the moderate Democratic Alliance party, which already held the city of Cape Town.
The ANC is also under pressure from the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, led by Julius Malema.
Mr Malema has been travelling the country urging black South Africans to take back land from white invaders and “Dutch thugs”.
They’re under threat of losing votes against a radical, anti-white, hate preacher, who is gaining popularity because of his anti-white sentiment. The only way to combat the threat, is to beat him at his own game, by being even more anti-white than he is. Again, just let me make the point, could you imagine the reaction if in a European country, political candidates were trying to one-up each other by making anti-black or anti-Arab comments? There would be absolute murder over it.
He told parliament this week that his party wanted to “unite black people in South Africa” to expropriate land without compensation.
“I want to unite the Aryan people of Germany to expropriate Jewish property without compensation.”
“People of South Africa, where you see a beautiful land, take it, it belongs to you,” he said. Although progress has been made in transferring property to black South Africans, land ownership is believed to be skewed in favour of whites more than 20 years after the end of apartheid.
Probably because the whites are descended from the people who actually built the country from the ground up, and have therefore inherited the rewards for their ancestor’s hard work and creativity. The blacks should just count themselves lucky that they get to live in such a country at all, rather than living in every other failed African state. As I’ve said before, I’ll say again. Every single country built by white people, whether it be in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Apartheid Era South Africa, or Rhodesia, has enjoyed living standards, far higher than any country built by black people. In fact, as precedent has shown in Zimbabwe, Haiti, modern South Africa, and in many black majority cities in the United States, such as Detroit, Baltimore, East St Louis, etc., not only are they incapable of building a civilisation on par with those built by white people, they are seemingly incapable of even maintaining one that was already pre-built.
The language might be harsh, but can you honestly dispute the point that this video makes?
The Institute of Race Relations, an independent research body, said that providing a racial breakdown of South Africa’s rural landowners was “almost impossible”.“In the first place the state owns some 22 per cent of the land in the country, including land in the former homelands, most of which is occupied by black subsistence farmers who have no title and seem unlikely to get it any time soon,” the group said.“This leaves around 78 per cent of land in private hands, but the race of these private owners is not known.”
Mr Zuma’s comments caused outrage among groups representing Afrikaans speaking farmers on Friday.The Boer Afrikaner Volksraad, which claims to have 40,000 members, said its members would take land expropriation without compensation as “a declaration of war”.“We are ready to fight back,” said Andries Breytenbach, the group’s chairman. “We need urgent mediation between us and the government. “If this starts, it will turn into a racial war which we want to prevent.”
Mr Zuma first mentioned the expropriation of land in his opening of Parliament speech last month, but Friday was the first time he called for a change in the law. In his February speech, he controversially called in the military to maintain “law and order” on the streets of Cape Town ahead of expected protests calling for him to step down.
It was the first time in South Africa’s history, including the heavily militarised apartheid era, that the president has ordered the military to provide security at parliament.