Terwyl Donald Trump die Amerikaners se verlore internasionale aansien probeer herwin deur sy opdrag aan sy administrasie om die ANC se grondgryp sonder vergoedingsplanne en die ongebreidelde moorde op blankes in Suid Afrika te ondersoek, dans Theresa May, eerste minister van Brittanje soos ‘n wafferse Helen Zille saam met die swartes in Afrika en ondersteun sy Ramaphosa se grondgrypplanne sonder voorbehoud!
Die verskroeide aarde beleid word in die “Nuwe Suid Afrika” herhaal terwyl die Britte nie net staan en toekyk hoe hulle handewerk eeue se arbeid en honderdduisende lewens vernietig nie, maar hulle eerste minister met uitgesproke goedkeuring die hele Britse volk daarvan deel maak deur haar goedkeuring aan Ramaphosa se grondgryp sonder vergoeding! Daardie goedkeuring het heelwat meer om die lyf as net die gryp van grond! Dit sluit ook alle besit van die blanke in soos in die vooruitsig gestel deur die grondwet, asook die lewe van blankes deur die onwil van die regime om die moorde op blankes te stop of selfs net te bekamp!
Soos in 1980 tydens die oorname van Mugabe in Rhodesië met behulp van Britse inmenging in Rhodesië se binnelandse aangeleenthede, toe die Britte sonder ingryping gestaan en kyk het hoe letterlik duisende Matabelies deur Mugabe se vyfde brigadekoelbloedig vermoor is.
Brittanje se halstarrige weiering om aan die Afrikanervolk verskoning aan te bied vir hulle verskroeide aarde beleid gedurende die Anglo Boereoorlog, sal hulle nog baie duur te staan kom solank as wat dit, en hulle ander veragtelike optredes op hulle volk wat nie daarteen beswaar gemaak het nie, se gewetes lê!
Hoe tragies dat daar Afrikaners is wat uit vrees vir die Britsgeorkestreerde onveilige toestand in Suid Afrika, na Brittanje vlug vir veiligheid.
Vir die Britte het dit nog altyd net oor eiebelang, status, aansien, materiële en strategiese voordeel gegaan. Géén etiese en/of morele waardes het nog ooit in hulle pad gestaan om hulle doel te bereik nie al behels dit die uitwissing van hele volke!
KYK WEER NA DIE BRITTE SE BAANREKORD IN AFRIKA!
\by Fredrick Ngugi, at 02:55 pm, May 17, 2017, History, Politics
Report: British Authorities Ignored Killings in Zimbabwe To Protect Political Interests
British Authorities accused of downplaying killings in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe just to protect their political and economic interests. Bulawayo24 News
British authorities have been accused of downplaying the killing of thousands of dissidents in Zimbabwe in the 1980s to protect the U.K.’s political and economic interests in the south African nation.
According to documents obtained by Scottish university lecturer Dr. Hazel Cameron — under the Freedom of Information Act — British officials in London and Zimbabwe were well aware of the killings committed by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe but consistently downplayed their magnitude, reports the Guardian.
“The British government could have influenced authorities in Zimbabwe but put political and economic interests first…. There were steps they could have taken and they chose not to,” Dr. Cameron said.
PROTECTING STRATEGIC INTERESTS
Dr. Cameron says she obtained thousands of documents, including hundreds of cables exchanged between British officials in Zimbabwe and London all throughout the period of the killings.
She also says the documents reveal the attitude of Robin Byatt, the then-British high commissioner in Harare, toward Zimbabwe in the initial months of the massacre.
In one cable, which was sent on June 24, 1983, Byatt explained how Zimbabwe was important to Britain largely because of major British and Western economic and strategic interests in southern Africa.
“Other important interests are investment and trade…prestige, and the need to avoid a mass White exodus. Zimbabwe… [also] is a bulwark against Soviet inroads,” Byatt said.
The report further accuses Byatt of negatively interfering with the work of Jeremy Paxman, a BBC journalist who had traveled to Zimbabwe in 1983 to make a documentary on the killings.
Byatt is said to have complained to then-Foreign Secretary Geffrey Howe, saying that the journalist had taken an unreservedly gloomy and sensational view of the events in Zimbabwe.
He further complained that the reporter had a “reputation for sensational reporting.”
Mass Slaughter of Opposition
Fifth Brigade. Photo credit: The Mukiwa
Shortly after President Mugabe took power in 1980, following a brutal guerrilla struggle against White minority rule, he embarked on a massive security crackdown against his political opponents, spearheaded by the Fifth Brigade, a special branch of the Zimbabwean national army created to deal with bandits.
Hundreds of skeletons found in a disused mine shaft in 2011 were said to be about 30 years old, according to researchers. Photo credit: AP
For nine months, the Fifth Brigade reportedly killed, tortured, and raped tens of thousands of unarmed civilians. Historians believe that close to 20,000 people died in the massacres, and many more suffered severe physical and psychological damage.
The special unit, which was fanatically loyal to Mugabe, had been trained by North Korean military specialists to help Mugabe retain power.
Most killings happened in Matabeleland, which is predominantly occupied by the Ndebele ethnic minority and was a stronghold of the then-opposition leader Joshua Nkomo.
Mugabe reportedly accused Nkomo’s followers of killing government supporters and destroying their properties in the region and used the allegations to justify the atrocities.
Fredrick is a Kenyan journalist with years of experience in freelance writing. Before joining Face2FaceAfrica, he worked as a web content writer for various local and international corporations including 4 Wheel Online, Web Partner Group, Wedding Services Kenya, and Decadent Daylilies. He is also an avid blogger, political commentator and human rights crusader.
Theresa May is right – who cares about Europe? South Africa will want to be our best friend now she's performed her special dance
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Because we might be falling out with the whole of Europe, but that doesn’t matter because we’ll be better mates with South Africa, as long as they forgive us for supporting the people that kept them in jail.
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