Mugabe calls for anti-white violence in South Africa
Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe gave a speech to the South African Development Community in Botswana. He called on the Zulu, who are currently fighting with the African immigrant community, to attack white people instead. He called for the confiscation of white property and land in South Africa.
Mugabe seized white owned farms in Zimbabwe, leading to a complete collapse of the nation’s agriculture industry. Much of the once high tech farms lay in ruins and produce little.
President Mugabe has called on South Africans to direct their xenophobia at whites instead of blacks. ‘I give poison not for you to swallow but to give to someone else’ he told the applauding staff at SADC Headquarters in Botswana.
Speaking as Chair of the African Union as well as of SADC, Mugabe said South Africa needed a second liberation which would transfer wealth to blacks marginalised because whites owned most of the land and got most of the employment opportunities. ‘People are unemployed . . . the wrath of South Africans needs to be more directed towards the whites than the blacks’, he said. ‘You can’t live in palaces while others are living in shanties’.
Mugabe called on Africa to stop courting the West for financial support: ‘they say here is money but you do that’, arguing that even with the end of colonialism the oppressors were back in Africa in the form of NGOs: ‘They tell us we should have good corporate governance, human rights . . . human rights? Rule of law? When they sent us to prison . . . ‘