Skip to comments.Robert Mugabe closes in on last white farmers
Posted on 01/30/2010 9:25:19 PM PST by bruinbirdman
One by one the last white farmers are being beaten into submission. Four more had their farms seized by marauding gangs last week.
They do not want us whites, one farmer said.
Finaughty, 43, will never forget how his world came crashing down. One moment at his Manda farm there was stillness. Then came a burst of noise and confusion. A screaming, drunken mob hammered at the gates.
Armed mobs encouraged by Robert Mugabe and his cronies forced Ray Finaughty and
his family off their land
It was the climax of a two-year eviction campaign against him. He had fought step by step in the courts. Their judgments in his favour were all ignored. With no respect for the rule of law in Zimbabwe, he finally lost the battle.
Armed with spears and sticks, a mob threatened him and his wife, Loraine, by driving a tractor against the gate of their home. Were going to kill you, they said. The family were given 10 minutes to pack their lifes belongings.
It was not the first attack that Finaughty had weathered. In one savage beating his attackers suggested breaking his legs as he lay injured in a field. Leave him. Hes dead, he heard one of them say.
Finaughty crawled away and saved himself. He had four broken ribs and concussion.
Another time, acting in self-defence, he had to shoot dead an armed robber who broke into his farmhouse. The police were sympathetic and took no action. But they treated the seizure of his farm differently.
This is political. Its a hot potato. We cant get involved, said Vengisai, the chief inspector, when Finaughty contacted his office.
So the Finaughty family drove away from the farm they loved. Soon, they believe, much of the
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The same things ARE happening here. Look at most cities and inner ring suburbs. Whitey flight is rampant in the USA now. I do think as long as we have the Second Amendment, we are relatively safe.
Only one way to find out. That’s why I’m going.