As a possible civil war looms in South Africa, the country teeters toward oblivion. It’s become the equivalent of Zimbabwe 2.0. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.
Zimbabwe and its superior army are unstoppable. We can only cower in fear of their technological and militarily prowess. Hacker 4chan discusses Zimbabwe gundams, battle armor and more from Mr. Obvious.
South African officials are being dodgy, but the reality is: They are pushing state-sponsored theft of farmers’ lands. It’s the same as happened in Zimbabwe, and we all know how that turned out. South Africans might maintain a state of denial, but they are stealing land, and doing so based strictly on race. Styxhexenhammer666 doesn’t mince words in calling them despicable curs.
And here is a shout-out from a Boer girl, thanking President Donald Trump for taking a stand on behalf of the farmers and slowing, or reversing, the government’s land theft in South Africa. Google keeps taking this video down off YouTube so bear with us if it is off-line. We will try to find another copy to get around the Google Fascists. Let’s hope Trump busts those bastards up — fast and hard. They have no commitment whatsoever, to free speech and thus really have no business controlling so much of the Internet.
In the last few decades ,the United Nations has been obsessed with one country. Is it North Korea, Zimbabwe, Iran, Syria, China or some other nation with a reprehensible human rights record? Those would all be fair guesses and they would all be wrong. Anne Bayefsky, director of the Touro Human Rights Institute, answers this riddle and explains the upside-down moral universe in which the United Nations resides. H/T Prager University