This article needs to be kept in your short term memory archive. Zimbabwe, formerly the breadbasket of Africa, is starving. In the New York Times, earnest, bleeding heart Jewish liberal Nicholas Kristof writes:
In a week of surreptitious reporting here (committing journalism can be a criminal offense in Zimbabwe), ordinary people said time and again that life had been better under the old, racist, white regime of what was then called Rhodesia.
“When the country changed from Rhodesia to Zimbabwe, we were very excited,” one man, Kizita, told me in a village of mud-walled huts near this town in western Zimbabwe. “But we didn’t realize the ones we chased away were better and the ones we put in power would oppress us.”
“It would have been better if whites had continued to rule because the money would have continued to come,” added a neighbor, a 58-year-old farmer named Isaac. “It was better under Rhodesia. Then we could get jobs. Things were cheaper in stores. Now we have no money, no food.”
Over and over, I cringed as I heard Africans wax nostalgic about a nasty, oppressive regime run by a tiny white elite. Black Zimbabweans responded that at least that regime was more competent than today’s nasty, oppressive regime run by the tiny black elite that surrounds Mr. Mugabe.
That’s it! The multicult experiment is failing, and even the New York Times is being forced to admit it! I knew way back in 1994, when South Africa was handed over to black dictatorship, that the day would come when the mainstream media would be forced to do a full 180 degree turn. This Kristof article is it.
Be sure to use this article in future debates, when you tell misguided liberals about the history of Southern Africa. We should get some articles from 1979-1980 where the liberals were celebrating the death of Rhodesia and the handover to Oxford trained pet communist negro Bob Mugabe, and compare then and now.
It doesn’t take an Edgar Cayce or Nostradamus to successfully predict the failure of multiculturalism.