Zimbabwe Took Land From All White Farmers Leading Chaos & Starvation. Now Locals Are Begging Whites To Come Back’

Zimbabwe once tried forcibly taking land away from the so called “evil white capitalists”. It ruined them and they pleaded for their return. Now South Africa is on a similar path. With their irrational new leader, Juluis Malema, South Africa is in danger of suffering …the same fate.

In 2000, then president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe launched a campaign of expropriating land from white farmers without compensation, leading to mass-killing of white farmers and the exodus of many others.

Subsequently, Zimbabwe experienced a period of hyperinflation, which decimated the value of their currency, along with causing a famine within the country. Recently, Zimbabwe had asked many previous white farmers to come back to Zimbabwe, trying to lure them in with promises of long-overdue compensation.


The Hitler Of South Africa Tells White People, He Won’t Kill Them… Yet!

Earlier this week while most of the world was transfixed on the World Cup, the Trump/Kim handshake, or a multitude of other sundry events, Julius Malema, aka the Hitler of South Africa, was busy telling white people in his country that he’s not going wage genocide against them. Yet.

In an interview with TRT World News published this week, Malema said, “We have not called for the killing of white people. At least for now. I can’t guarantee the future.”

When the reporter mentioned that some people might view these remarks as a call to genocide, Malema responded, “Crybabies. Crybabies,” but later warned white South Africans that “the masses are on board” for “an un-led revolution and anarchy”.

Malema is a prominent politician in South Africa and at the forefront of his country’s movement to confiscate land from white property owners and redistribute it to the country’s black population.

No actual specifics about the plan have been revealed, of course.

So even if someone thinks this land grab is social justice, it’s at least reasonable to acknowledge the massive corruption that plagues South Africa’s government.

And presuming that a multi-billion dollar expropriation wouldn’t be fraught with graft is just plain naive.

There has also been zero acknowledgement that forced exprorpriation of private property would cause a wave of defaults on real estate mortgages, triggering a massive banking crisis and unforgiving recession.

South Africa already has a prime example about the economic consequences: Zimbabwe’s own land expropriation plunged that country into an economic cataclysm spanning two decades.

Yet these all seem to be irrelevant details.

Malema even went so far as to downplay Zimbabwe’s economic catastrophe, saying “You cannot [measure] the Zimbawean revolution based on the capitalist definition.”

I’m not sure what Marxist definition he’s using to measure success.

But we do know that two decades after land redistribution in Zimbabwe (which used to be considered the breadbasket of southern Africa), more than a quarter of the population is in danger of starving to death.

So even by the most basic metrics, Zimbabwe’s policies have been a total failure. Copying them is tantamount to suicide.

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