Pro-Brexit Conservative MP Andrew Bridgens wants the leader of his party and country to oppose the South African government’s schemes to steal farmland from white people he aired his views on Wednesday during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Bridgen started his eulogy by saying: “The Prime Minister was completely correct to castigate the [Labour Party] for their deeply flawed plan to snatch shares in private companies,”
“So will she join me in also condemning the South African parliament, who are currently taking powers to seize land from their own citizens without compensation, and solely based on the colour of their skin?”
The Brexiteer Tory MP finished by saying: “Mr Speaker this is not only wrong, it is also risking putting another African country from a breadbasket to a basket case.” More than likely talking about fellow African nation Zimbabwe, the economy and farming descended in a very ruinous situation, after the resident white minority community were violently attacked without provocation and had their land taken under the authoritarian premiership of Robert Mugabe.
Theresa May replied to the questions raised by almost seeming to accept the anti-white land grabs in South Africa: “We recognise the concern there is, and the need there is for land reform.”
Some of the farms in South Africa have been owned by some of the white farming families for 400 years, there have been reports of people being chucked off their land by black supremacist thugs, sadly many of these farmers have been cold-bloodedly murdered.
When British Prime Minister visited South Africa back in August 18th she seemed like she was backing the South African government’s racist land reform policies. In an effort to make a post-Brexit ally. As she awkwardly danced on the graves of murdered white South Africans.
The white minority in South Africa are genuinely facing the threat of total annihilation at the hands of black supremacists like Andile Mngxitama, president of Black First Land First (BLF), they face daily genocide and the prospect of racist land-grands from the ruling South African government.
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