Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe Tells White People To Go Back To England
Your Black World reports:
This article by Liku Zelleke talks about the recent words by Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe. The backdrop of his actions is that Zimbabwe has been deeply affected by Europeans who’ve colonized the country and extracted the nation of it’s resources. This has led him to have a low tolerance for the continued occupation of his homeland, which is a controversial position to say the least.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe, said last week that the Whites who had been disowned of farming lands might as well “go back to England” as there was no hope of their ever regaining ownership over their former properties.
Mugabe made the speech during a ceremony held for the installation of a chief in his rural Zvimba area. He also said that the sanctions that have been in place against his country for quite some time now wouldn’t have that much effect on his stand against Whites.
“The West prefers a weak leader who, they hope, would allow the Whites to come back,” he said in Shona, a local dialect. “They think if they intimidate us we will be cowed and allow the Whites to come back; that will never happen.”
“Don’t they [the Whites] know where their ancestors came from? The British who are here should all go back to England.”
“What is the problem? We now have airplanes which can take them back quicker than the ships used by their ancestors,” Mugabe quipped.
He then moved on to the topic of the few hundreds of White farmers who still remained in Zimbabwe and owned land.
“There are White farmers who are still on the land and hove the protection of some cabinet ministers and politicians as well as traditional leaders,” he said. “I have been given a list of 35 White farmers in Mashonaland West alone and in just a few districts that have been audited. We say no to Whites owning our land and they should go.”
He then continued to clarify what Whites could own in Zimbabwe, “They can own companies and apartments in our towns and cities but not the soil. It is ours and that message should ring loud and clear in Britain and the United States.”
When you think of all the atrocities of European colonization and exploitation of the African continent this is more than understandable. Whites will see it as an injustice—Blacks will for the most part see it as re-taking their homeland from invaders!