Robert Mugabe...Dead at 95.

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I sure as fuck wouldn't stay if I were a white farmer. Whole problem is I wouldn't want to hurt the local population by just up and leaving like most are doing. The SA government stance on land occupation and sales to move out white farmers with all the background and knowledge and put in place amateurs to run them has been hurting the local South African people for years now. Government should be helping the new black farmers with massive resources instead of letting them fail, in essence hurting the entire country.

South Africa black-owned farms 'failing'

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8547621.stm

South African Black farmers Are Selling Government Given Land Back To Original White Owners! BUT WHY?

https://urbanintellectuals.com/south-african-black-farmers-selling-government-given-land-back-original-white-owners/

Why so many new black farmers in SA are bound to fail

https://citizen.co.za/talking-point/1892667/why-so-many-new-black-farmers-in-sa-are-bound-to-fail/


Without the skills, background and knowledge to run a farm you're bound to fail, no matter what country you're in. Any lifetime farmer will tell you this.
It’s just a disaster in the making, one that is repeating the same mistakes seen elsewhere in the past, the rhetoric right now will see piece by piece white farmers relieved of their land who then feel no responsibility to ensure a smooth handover.

If it was me and I could see it coming and couldn’t sell it off in time, I’d be tempted to just let the next years harvest fail and bail out.
 
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Prove it, faggit.
How did your father get thousands of acres of land in Nigeria?
Honestly I don't know, it's been it the family going all the way back before the arrival of Portuguese missionaries to the Bight of Biafra. I've also heard my uncle that he acquired many acres right before Independence and continued to do so as late as at his death in 1983. We come from a large polygamous family. My grandfather had 3 wives and many children.
 
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South Africa will be Zimbabwe 2.0 here in a decade.
Probably, if the type of sanction that Zimbabwe was under was placed on South Africa. But that's not the case. The goal is to secure a better South Africa were indiginouse South African can eat of the land that their forefathers walked on. Yes, the will suffer, but in the long run, it will worth it.
 
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I haven't been there in 3 years. Definitely will the earliest my brother is done with his fellowship. What, you think I should take my ass back to Nigeria?
No I’m wondering if you think the UK and other European countries would be in the right to start “re-appropriating” the land and businesses from non-white people and handing it back to the rightful white owners of it, using your line of thought, limit their ability to start businesses without a certain percentage of white ownership, stop them from transferring funds out of the country and openly state that they will make things uncomfortable enough for them that they “leave and go back home”?
 
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No I’m wondering if you think the UK and other European countries would be in the right to start “re-appropriating” the land and businesses from non-white people and handing it back to the rightful white owners of it, using your line of thought, limit their ability to start businesses without a certain percentage of white ownership, stop them from transferring funds out of the country and openly state that they will make things uncomfortable enough for them that they “leave and go back home”?
I'm pretty sure that non Whites in Europe can produce a bill of sale for their properties, can the Whites in South Africa and Zimbabwe do the same. There is large Lebanese diaspora in Africa. The own several businesses and I'm pretty sure no one bothers them. You know why? Because it was acquired on fair terms.
 
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I'm pretty sure that non Whites in Europe can produce a bill of sale for their properties, can the Whites in South Africa and Zimbabwe do the same. There is large Lebanese diaspora in Africa. The own several businesses and I'm pretty sure no one bothers them. You know why? Because it was acquired on fair terms.
The land that was nothing and developed by white farmers generations ago is not acquiring under fair terms?

This from the guy who admits he has no idea how is family came into thousands of acres of land.

What about white farmers who bought the land in the past generation or two, are they left alone like the Lebanese?
 
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Honestly I don't know, it's been it the family going all the way back before the arrival of Portuguese missionaries to the Bight of Biafra. I've also heard my uncle that he acquired many acres right before Independence and continued to do so as late as at his death in 1983. We come from a large polygamous family. My grandfather had 3 wives and many children.
That means the first guy in your family to get it was probably part of the Bantu Expansion and smashed the natives and cut down the trees.
 
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That means the first guy in your family to get it was probably part of the Bantu Expansion and smashed the natives and cut down the trees.
Bantu expansion is western concocted fairy tale. Igbos are the oldest tribe in Nigeria and some part of Cameron. By the way, Igbos are not Bantu.
 
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The land that was nothing and developed by white farmers generations ago is not acquiring under fair terms?

This from the guy who admits he has no idea how is family came into thousands of acres of land.

What about white farmers who bought the land in the past generation or two, are they left alone like the Lebanese?
What business of yours is it whether a land is developed on not? My dad bought 10 acres in 2005, it's been sitting there idly. I'm pretty sure that there are undeveloped land were you are, you should go their and start cultivating and see what becomes of you.
 

Deebo

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Show dem balls bro
Some other old fashioned good hearted quotes from Mugabe:


"I am still the Hitler of the time. This Hitler has only one objective, justice for his own people, sovereignty for his people, recognition of the independence of his people, and their right to their resources. If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold."

"What we hate is not the colour of their skins but the evil that emanates from them."

"Our party must continue to strike fear in the heart of the white man, our real enemy!"

"Our votes must go together with our guns. After all, any vote we shall have, shall have been the product of the gun."


(And one of the best ones) Context: This was a speech, a plea to the white population, white people of Zimbabwe in a speech at a ZANU-PF rally, 27 January 1980:

"Stay with us, please remain in this country and constitute a nation based on national unity."

Yeah, sure Bob. We'll just all pretend all that kill the white people stuff you've been saying for years was just jokes. Funny shit Bob, you the next Richard Pryor! :lol:
 
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ant-man

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Round and about
Apparently Bert did very well out of Band Aid. Didn't he divert funds meant for food to buying weapons, thus screwing over that other lunatic megalomaniac Robert Mugeldof? :yep
 
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The land that was nothing and developed by white farmers generations ago is not acquiring under fair terms?

This from the guy who admits he has no idea how is family came into thousands of acres of land.

What about white farmers who bought the land in the past generation or two, are they left alone like the Lebanese?
As for the Whites who bought their land in the past generation.............it depends on who they bought the land from. If it's from apartheid era, throw that shit in the trash.
By the way, many White South Africans have moved to Nigeria in the past 15 years. None of them has lost their lives or their properties. Nigeria is the biggest market to some of White South African businesses, and I'm pretty sure Nigeria have treated them fairly. You know why? Because it's business conducted with honor and mutual respect.