President of Zimbabwe Orders Whites Out: Executive Order Dictates Whites Can No Longer Own Land In Zimbabwe

President of Zimbabwe Orders Whites Out: Executive Order Dictates Whites Can No Longer Own Land In Zimbabwe

If you get your news from MSM which takes direction from the Obama Administration, you probably haven’t heard about this yet.

How is it that Obama has not done a press conference about what might be the largest act of racism in modern history.

It is now confirmed that President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe has sealed the deal as dictator and declared that whites are no longer allowed to own land in his country. He’s officially booting all white farmers and taking their land.

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The Daily Nation reported:

The 90 year-old old leader, who launched a violent land reform program in 2,000 that displaced the majority of the 4,000 white commercial farmers, on Wednesday said Zimbabwe was no country for white farmers.

“There are white farmers who are still on the land and have the protection of some Cabinet ministers and politicians as well as traditional leaders,” President Mugabe said.

“That should never happen and we will deal with ministers but as for our chiefs we do not want to harass you. We do not want trouble.

“I have been given a list of 35 white farmers in Mashonaland West (province) alone and in just a few districts that have been audited.

“We say no to whites owning our land and they should go.

“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.”

President Mugabe has often justified the wholesale seizure of productive farms saying he was correcting historical injustices.

This ignorant statement ignores the historical fact that most of these farmers, if not all of them, personally had nothing to do with any ‘historical injustices.’ This sets a dangerous precedence and it’s shameful the world’s leaders aren’t denouncing it.

The EU had indicated it will ease sanctions against the country in November because it was encouraged by reforms in Zimbabwe

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