Emails by Harriett Baldwin, the Minister Of State for Africa, express that the British government “understands” the need for land to be stolen from whites in South Africa, without compensation. In fact, she even “welcomes” such, while likely fully aware of the horrific violence resultant from similar land invasions in Zimbabwe.
We presume then that the British government is also demanding that whites leave Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA? Is it going to expect the English to all leave Britain and return to Germany and Denmark, where the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes hail from?
In February, South Africa’s far-left communist ruling-majority party, the ANC, was fearful that the new spin-off group, Economic Freedom Fighters, was becoming very popular with the youth, for its call to step up anti-white rhetoric. Already South Africa effectively bans whites from applying for jobs, but EFF leader Julius Malema spoke of war against whites, of killing them.
The ANC fears that their members will defect to Julius Malema’s party and that he could take a number of their seats in future elections. In order to maintain their dominance, they adopted one of his key and most racist policies: nationalising all white-owned land. A bill calling for black supremacist land invasions was passed through the South African Parliament with a strong majority of over 70%, and with almost universal cross-party support. The only real objection was from the Freedom Front Plus party that I met with at the European Parliament recently.
The UK government’s statement, which was sent to a constituent of Jeremy Hunt, reads: “The British Government understands the need for land reform in South Africa and we welcome the South African Government’s assurance that ‘the process of land distribution would be orderly within South African laws and taking into consideration both the social and economic impact.’
“We further welcome President Ramaphosa’s commitment that land reform will be carried out ‘without negatively affecting economic growth, agricultural production and food security’ and his assurance that he would ‘not allow any smash and grab interventions.’”
The constituent stated, “I’m deeply saddened to hear that my government is condemning the white farmers although I’m not surprised. We’ve done it before. We turned our backs on Rhodesia (a country once described as the bread basket of Africa that recently went through a famine because of the very policies that are now being put into place in South Africa)”
David Kurten AM stated: “The UK govenment’s decision to support Zimbabwe-style farm confiscations in South Africa is astounding. This is at best, completely naïve, and ignores the current wave of violence and murders of famers, which is likely to increase. It will encourage hardcore elements who call white farmers ‘criminals’ who are guilty of ‘original sin’ on the basis of their skin colour.”
“Theresa May’s government is now supporting Marxist-Leninist confiscation of land without compensation, which is what the ANC called for in its conference last year. It is not conservative and it is not fit for purpose.”