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A farm manager (40) was tied up with wire, hands behind his back and repeatedly stabbed and hacked to death by attackers. His wife was raped by attackers.
The victim was dragged 100m from where him and his wife were initially attacked and was then hung from a wire by his feet after which he was stabbed until he died.
originally posted by: 200Plus
a reply to: Spider879
Are you using a make believe comic book to attempt to rewrite the history of South Africa?
make africa great again.
People walked a million miles to leave that place for 200k yrs.
originally posted by: Plotus
Who would fill the void ? .... China ?
originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: Asktheanimals
Those who forget the lessons of the past are doomed to repeat them. All one needs to do is look at what mugarbage did to the once beautiful and prosperous Zimbabwe (south Rhodesia). That's what is coming to south africa and has been coming since 1994. If you can leave south africa, leave. Better to go with your lives somewhat intact than in a body bag. There is no reasoning with a government of greed and a landscape of fools, and you simply cannot fix rabid stupidity.
Cheers - Dave
On Saturday morning, nearly 1500 people tried to occupy land in two separate incidents, first at the University of Witwatersrand near Marlboro way in Johannesburg and later also at the luxurious Waterfall Estate in Midrand.
originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
Africa - being left behind for 200K years!
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
originally posted by: SaturnFX
So a ton of black SA folks are going to go and take farms..divide it up, set their roots down, and then starve because they destroyed all the farmland to have a bit of squatting land
Guess we should get those care packages ready. USA always flips the bill for other nations stupidity
This will be a disaster of continental proportions, something no nation has the power to alleviate. People will be swarming in from Zimbabwe and Angola in search of the free land they keep hearing about. Investors will be pulling their money out from everything but mining and the South African economy will collapse. I hate watching disasters unfold in slow motion, it's painful to see what could have been avoided. The politics of hate, resentment and liberation will bear their bitter fruit.