British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her support for the South African government’s program of legally stripping white farmers of their land without compensation.
The far-left government of South Africa has been steadily proceeding down the path previously taken by its neighbor Zimbabwe, which seized land from white farmers to redistribute it to blacks, and saw its economy collapse, leading to food shortages and massive inflation. Political power is currently held by the ruling African National Congress (ANC), which merely promises to steal land without compensation (and ignores brutal racist farm murders); in contrast to its rival to the left, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), whose leader said that he is not calling for the killing of all white people “at least for now.”
May said that the UK has already and continues to support “land reform that is legal, that is transparent, that is generated through a democratic process.” SA President Cyril Ramaphosa promised in July that his party will amend the constitution to allow uncompensated land expropriation, though he noted that this was, in his view, not necessary, as a “proper reading” of the constitution already allowed it.
The Prime Minister was in the country as part of a trade mission to South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya, in which she pledged 4 billion pounds in British investment for African economies. Meanwhile, a recent report found that over three thousand British seniors died last year as they waited in vain for the perpetually under-funded NHS to approve their eligibility for home care funding.
The trip to deepen trade ties with African countries was inexplicably undertaken while, under May’s leadership, the UK still has not come close to concluding Brexit negotiations with the EU. While Donald Trump, in a recent visit, offered US support for a Brexit advantageous to both America and its longstanding ally, May has spent her time grovelling before Brussels, counter-signaling her best ally, expressing support for abortion in Northern Ireland, reaching out to Muslims in Britain, and suppressing popular dissent caused by the Conservatives’ domestic totalitarianism, Islamophilia including the cover-up of rape gangs and Muslim extremism, and complete betrayal of their electoral promises.