South Africa begins Land Grabs under new President Ramphonosa!
South Africas new president, Ramphonosa has told the nation he pledges to take back white owned lands and give them to blacks without compensation.
The move would copy that of the previous Zimbabwean President Mugabe, who in the late 90’s began to retake white owned lands in Zimbabwe which ended in 2012 by the last massive land grab, it ended the next year in a massive famine requiring UN foodaid in 2014 of some 1.5 billion USD while. In 2016, Mugabe signed a decree stating that foreign companies would have to closed down unless they gave or sold 51% of their shares away, could Ramphonosa do that same?
What whites were warned about repeatedly since Zimbabwe came as clear threat in 2016 from numerous black politicians who hold a super majority under the ANC. In South Africa 80% of none State owned land is owned by Whites which will now be redistributed by governmental force. The ANC cite's 'economic apartheid' and a need for 'economic empowerment' and a need to take over running companies, as they can't be in white hands forever, as their legal reasons for doing so. The seizure and nationalization of the countries mining industry is one of the first methods of attaining governmental spending.
The ANC, which under Communist and civilian bomber Nelson Mandela was responsible for winning black people the vote and ending apartheid, have dominated elections since 1994. Since then the blacks have increasingly started voting for other parties. A ploy to nationalize and steal wealth from the have's and giving it to the have nots would allow them to stay in power through forced redistributions. The problem with this kind of idiotic thinking is that in the short term there may be gains but in the long term misery will befall their country as the have's will have left.
The new President Ramaphosa has said:
“The expropriation of land without compensation is envisaged as one of the measures that we will use to accelerate the 'redistribution of land' to black South Africans. No-one is saying that land must be taken away from our people. Rather, it is how we can make sure that our people have equitable access to land and security of tenure. We must see this process of accelerated land redistribution as an opportunity and not as a threat." He stated during his first speech in Parliament.