This is actually some semi-good news for a change, all things considered, and while I would highly encourage everyone to keep an eye on South African details (only a Cuckservative would believe that legalism must precede action), it looks like the farmers are going to have a bit of a reprieve before the fireworks show truly begins.
A bill allowing the South African government to seize private land without compensation has been withdrawn by the Portfolio Committee on Public Works pending further study, according to the ruling African National Congress.
In 2015, the ANC proposed a constitutional amendment allowing the government to seize and redistribute land without any compensation to its owners. The draft, which has not been adopted so far, evoked widespread international outrage and multiple media reports of alleged violence against white South African farmers, including murders.
The committee’s chairperson, Humphrey Mmemezi, said the bill was referred to parliament on procedural grounds, but they couldn’t duplicate a separate parliamentary process.
“If we, as Parliament, resolve to hear the people of South Africa on that important clause, it then goes without question that we must send the bill back to Parliament,” he said, adding the committee had no choice but to withdraw it.
However, the ANC reiterated its commitment to pursue the country’s controversial land reform program. The ruling party wants to redistribute the land confiscated from white farmers to the black citizens of the country. Since the end of apartheid in 1994, the ANC has followed a “willing-seller, willing-buyer” model. Under the plan, the government buys land from white landowners and redistributes it among black citizens of the country. However, the land reform program has not brought the results the ANC wanted.
WITHDRAWAL OF EXPROPRIATION BILL FOR FURTHER RECONSIDERATION pic.twitter.com/liFnvJlioG
— ANC Parliament (@ANCParliament) August 28, 2018
Just to be clear here: this is a temporary reprieve, and there is a serious chance this only came about thanks to America’s GOP leadership stressing the need for “constitutionality” in these matters.
What is good about this, however, is the fact that this gives us time to continue pushing the issue – White Americans are seemingly receptive to the message of people like Tucker Carlson when it comes to White Genocide, the breathing space allows the Boers and other South African whites to continue to organize and radicalize (mistakes and weakness in a race war will be brutally paid for), and the Russian Bear continues to notice the developments more and more as time progresses.
Our part should be most of all to push the concept that under a non-White majority, constitutions and other legalisms mean nothing.
It’s a bit of a red pill, but if we can get others to see South Africa as an image of the future, then our task here at home will be all the more easier.