South Africa’s monkey president was much in evidence at the now concluded G20 conference in Hamburg. I wonder if the West had the guts to confront Jacob Zuma. I can’t find anything about that in reports that came out of G20. Apparently, South Africa’s whites are on their own. Now, to include having their land stolen from them and given to blacks, who will have no idea what to do with it.
The same thing will happen and is happening in America, Europe, and Australia, only far more subtly. As the new white minority emerges in the West, the white property owner will be targeted and his property “expropriated” (stolen).
IQ Research reports that the average IQ in South Africa is 77. Remove the white population and it’s not a bad guess to think that the average would drop to around 70, which is functionally retarded.
Western countries should welcome our white brothers and sisters into our open arms. Nonwhites get hundreds of thousands of dollars in benefits by moving to the West. Whites would produce, not parasite.
Excerpt from Zerohedge
With every passing day the formerly booming nation of South Africa is getting ever closer to the formerly banana republic of Zimbabwe.
On Wednesday, South Africa’s ruling African National Congress proposed at its 5th annual national policy conference that in addition to potentially nationalizing the country’s central bank, that land expropriation without compensation should be allowed where it is “necessary and unavoidable,” President Jacob Zuma said.
There was a hard push from supporters of President Jacob Zuma for a decision on the redistribution of land without compensation‚ which would necessitate a change to the constitution. But as the Sunday Times reported , according to the ANC’s economic transformation subcommittee head‚ Enoch Godongwana‚ both this proposal and the current system of redistribution with compensation remain on the table for debate by branches. Zuma‚ however‚ hinted in his closing address that there could be legislative changes for expropriation without compensation.
“We agree on the imperative to accelerate land redistribution and land reform. Again we had robust discussions on the modalities to achieve this. We agree that using the fiscus for land redistribution must be accompanied by other measures if we are to achieve the goal at the required pace,” said Zuma in his closing remarks at the six-day conference held in Johannesburg.
“Where it is necessary and unavoidable this might include expropriation without compensation‚” Zuma said.
As discussed several months ago , land will be a key issue ahead of a December conference where a successor to Zuma will be chosen. The two current frontrunners are Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, former African Union chair and Zuma’s ex-wife. As a reminder , Dlamini-Zuma has made land redistribution from whites to blacks without compensation one of her main policies.
The policy conference – which has been the top news item in South Africa for the past six days – made a dramatic turn-around and ditched the term “white monopoly capital” as being the main hindrance to the rapid socio-economic transformation of the black majority. Most of the delegates appeared to have given President Jacob Zuma and his supporters the thumbs down on this issue. They have recently used the term “white monopoly capital” in what appears to be an attempt to regain lost support among the masses.