Skip to comments.Rhodesia Marks 30 Years Of Communist Occupation
Posted on 05/11/2010 5:32:24 PM PDT by george76
Last Sunday marked 30 years of Communist rule of Rhodesia, which was renamed Zimbabwe after being taken over.
At a public ceremony marking the occasion, Marxist dictator Robert Mugabe, responsible for the wholesale slaughter of Matabele tribesmen who opposed his rule and the racist eviction of Whites from their farming homelands, called on his subjects to foster an environment of tolerance.
Mugabe then announced he would continue with a new program whose objective is to steal White-owned businesses and hand them over to Black Zimbabweans.
Rhodesia, a first-world country that produced its own television sets and was the Breadbasket of Africa, has hit these points since being taken over and renamed Zimbabwe 30 years ago:
Inflation reached 231 million percent a year in July 2008 before the country stopped announcing figures...
Once the breadbasket of southern Africa, Zimbabwe now needs to import maize...Unemployment has been estimated at over 90 percent.
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Soon coming to AMERIKA.
Sounds a lot like BH0.
Hmmmm...and the lessons learned are...
hey! i actually have an old map that has it labeled as Rodesia
thats Rhodesia. North Rhodesia and South Rhodesia to be exact.
“called on his subjects to foster an environment of tolerance.”
You gotta admire the chutzpah...120 million dead at their hands and still preaching brotherhood and tolerance. I’m surprised at nothing anymore from the American left...they have joined with these murdering savages completely.
Are humans just naturally drawn to doing that which results in their own demise?
South Africa is getting that way very quickly
Humor speaks loudly...
Question: what did people in Zimbabwe light their homes with before candles?
(Coming to your neighborhood soon, courtesy of Øbama.)
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