Sunday, March 25, 2018

What South Africa wants to turn itself into

"If we had the chance to go back to white rule, we'd do it," said Solomon Dube, a peasant whose child was crying with hunger when I arrived in his village. "Life was easier then, and at least you could get food and a job."

Mr. Dube acknowledged that the white regime of Ian Smith was awful. But now he worries that his 3-year-old son will die of starvation, and he would rather put up with any indignity than witness that.

An elderly peasant in another village, Makupila Muzamba, said that hunger today is worse than ever before in his seven decades or so, and said: "I want the white man's government to come back. Even if whites were oppressing us, we could get jobs and things were cheap compared to today."
Like Zimbabwe, SA has had a chance to become better; this is what they're choosing instead, and it's going to become real nasty.


Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but blacks really are incapable of running anything larger than a village without breaking down into tribal squables.



When the last white is gone... and South Africa descends into chaos and starvation, it will still be the white man's fault.


And it will be an excuse for the Left to push to import even more third-world savages, put them on the welfare rolls, etc.