Shit is about to hit the fan in South Africa.

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It’s the future we’re all facing if we don’t wake up.

I’ve quite often mentioned the situation in South Africa because I’m of the belief that South Africa is actually just a preview of things to come in every single (currently) white majority country, in the future. They’re just a few decades further down the path then the rest of us, but the difference is, whereas it’s too late to prevent the inevitable there, there is still time for the rest of us, if we can learn from their mistakes. We can still get off this path in time, if we just wake up and come to our senses, before it’s too late. In the mean time, all we can do is look on from afar at the present situation in South Africa, and try to remind ourselves that we don’t want the same to happen to us.

From The Express

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced plans to allow white people’s land to be taken without compensation, which will then be distributed to black people in a move that he believes will be good for the economy.

It has been on the cards for quite some time, but now it’s official. They’re actually going to go through with the land confiscation. And everything I’ve heard on this topic, suggests that the whites will not give it up peacefully. The only question that really remains now, is whether the blacks will exterminate the whites, or will the whites successfully defend themselves in a civil war against them? Either way, bloodshed is inevitable now, and all we can do is wait and see what happens.

The president made the announcement late on Tuesday in a televised address to the nation.

I know it’s an overdone cliche at this point, but I’m going to do it anyway. Imagine if a white leader (for example, Trump), went on TV and announced that he was going to confiscate property from the black minority in America, without compensation, and hand it over to white people? Can you imagine the reaction, both within America itself, and globally?

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Yeah of course it would not be tolerated at all. But seeing as it’s a black leader doing it to white people, nobody cares, because they’re brainwashed fools who believe in the idiotic myth of white privilege.

The farmers have claimed that the government’s plan will be “catastrophic and could lead to anarchy and food shortages like Venezuela or Zimbabwe”.

Which is exactly what I’m predicting too, by the way.

The economy of Zimbabwe collapsed after their own land reform was carried out.

“Just an unfortunate coincidence.”

More than 20 years after the end of apartheid in South Africa, white farmers still own the majority of South Africa’s land.

And why shouldn’t they? I already explained it in some detail in this previous post, but the vast majority of the land that makes up South Africa, was uninhabited, before it was colonised by Europeans. Most of the present day black South Africans are themselves descended from immigrants, who settled in South Africa AFTER it was already settled and built up by white people. They willingly chose to come to South Africa in order to share in the prosperity that the white people created, prosperity they could never create themselves. And now, instead of showing their gratitude, they’re driving out, stealing from, and exterminating their benefactors, and are rapidly pushing the country towards the same failed state as every other Sub-Saharan African country. They’re going to destroy themselves in the process, but they’re far too stupid to see that, just like the Zimbabweans were before them.

It is inevitable at this rate. All we can do is look on helplessly, as it all takes place before us in real time.

An organisation representing South Africans, AfriForum, said that land expropriation with no compensation would have “catastrophic results like in Venezuela and Zimbabwe”.

The organisation’s chief executive Kallie Kriel said: “History teaches us that international investors, regardless of what AfriForum or anyone else says, are unwilling to invest in a country where property rights are not protected.”

Yeah, but who cares about history? That’s all in the past. Sure, Communism has resulted in countless millions murdered every time it has been tried. Sure, followers of Islam have always tried to conquer and force their beliefs on every culture they have come into contact with. Sure, multiculturalism has resulted in conflict everywhere it has ever occurred. Sure what is being attempted in South Africa now, has already failed in Zimbabwe when it was tried there. We should try to make all these things work anyway, because… because… well you know what, I don’t even need to give a reason.

Ian Cameron, of AfriForum, said: “We’re really heading for a state of anarchy if something doesn’t change drastically.

Anarchy is probably the best case scenario. I think what we’re actually going to see will be more like Rwanda in 1994, but with the white South Africans in the place of the Tutsis. The rhetoric being directed towards them, is already eerily similar.

“There are places where the police simply refuse to act. They don’t know the law well enough or refuse to apply it to logical reasoning when it comes to defending people’s property rights.”

Or more likely, they just don’t care to enforce the law.

In the 1990s black South Africans received grants and subsidies to buy land plots, which resulted in overcrowding and poor land use.

Because they were too incompetent to use it properly. That might not be such a big deal with small plots of subsistence land, but with massive commercial farms that the economy depends on, and that feed the population, it will be a massive disaster.

South Africa’s history of colonial conquest has pushed most of the black people into crowded urban areas or rural reserves.

They weren’t pushed onto anything. They willingly chose to immigrate to South Africa from other parts of the continent, because of the prosperity that the white South Africans had created, reproduced at a far higher rate than the whites did, until their population exploded, and ended up in their present situation. They have nobody to blame, but themselves.

The 1913 Native Lands Act made it illegal for Africans to acquire land beyond these reserves, which became known as “Homelands”.

They should just be thankful that they were allowed live in the country at all, seeing as they never could have created one with similar living standards themselves. It was actually for their own good in a way that they weren’t allowed to own land. If they had, they would have fucked the country up much sooner than they are now.

About one-tenth of land in white ownership has been transferred to black ownership since the end if apartheid, which is only a third of the government’s target.

Some investors think that Ramaphosa may be simply trying to win political points with the land reform ahead of an election next year.

Democracy in action folks.

Bennie Van Zyl, the general manager of the Agricultural Union of South Africa (TAU SA), said: “For us, this is a pity that they’ve made their choice, because no one will invest in this economy and we actually need growth to address the realities of South Africa. So we have great concern for this approach.

“A lot of foreign countries that have already contacted us as an organisation say if that is the case, we are not willing to invest in your country anymore.

“And if the ANC goes through with this, it will be devastating for this country.”

You’re damn right it will be, but I don’t think there’s any turning back now. It’s going to get very bad there very soon.

And I guarantee you that the media will be blaming the victims when it does happen.

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