Diversity Macht Frei
August 28, 2018
On her visit to South Africa, Theresa May effectively danced on the graves of the victims of the White Genocide that is underway there.
May endorsed South Africa’s “Gimme all your stuff Whitey” land-grab program.
May was addressing guests of the British High Commission in Cape Town on Tuesday, before meeting President Cyril Ramaphosa at Tuynhuys.
“The UK has for some time now supported land reform that is legal and transparent and generated through a democratic process. I discussed it with President Ramaphosa during his visit to Britain earlier this year and will discuss it with him again later today,” she said.
“I welcome the comments that President Ramaphosa has already made, bearing in mind the economic and social aspects of it. I think he’s made some comments that it won’t be a smash and grab approach. I think there’s an opportunity to unlock investment.”
So racial discrimination and dispossession is OK as lone as it is “legal and transparent and generated through a democratic process”. Good to know for future use.
May is right that it won’t be a simple smash-and-grab, though. Ramaphosa is too sly for that, as he once explained.
In his memoirs, political veteran Mario Oriani-Ambrosini wrote what Ramaphosa confided to him in a private conversation in the early 1990s, during the negotiations for a new South African Constitution: In his brutal honesty, Ramaphosa told me of the ANC’s 25-year strategy to deal with the whites: it would be like boiling a frog alive, which is done by raising the temperature very slowly. Being cold-blooded, the frog does not notice the slow temperature increase, but if the temperature is raised suddenly, the frog will jump out of the water. He meant that the black majority would pass laws transferring wealth, land, and economic power from white to black slowly and incrementally, until the whites lost all they had gained in South Africa, but without taking too much from them at any given time to cause them to rebel or fight.
Source: Kill the Boer by Ernst Roets