September 2, 2018
Here’s what all those smart people handing out loans in Washington, DC think about White farmers. The answer may shock you!
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) approves of South Africa’s controversial land reform as long as the highly contentious process is “rules-based” and transparent, according to the fund’s representative in the country.
Montfort Mlachila, the IMF’s senior resident representative in South Africa, said that the regulation must not damage agricultural output and put at risk food supplies for the country’s citizens.
“We are in full support of the need to undertake land reforms in order to address the issues of inequality,” Mlachila said in an interview with Reuters.
“There is need to have a transparent, rules-based, and constitutional process that leads to desirable outcomes. It is particularly important not to undermine agricultural production and food security.”
The widely debated land reform was proposed by the country’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) in 2015, and received full support of the newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa. The proposed measure will allow the South African government to expropriate land belonging to the country’s white farmers without compensation.
So there you have it. The international debt-peddlers think that taking land away from South African Whites is a good idea. No wonder there’s no progress in the development of poor countries – because ideological idiots are holding the reins.
That is, I think, the stated goal of the World Bank and the IMF and even the IFC: to provide loans to developing countries in exchange for promises to liberalize their economy and democratize their government and let the globo-homo-judeo complex help them accomplish goals one and two.
The IMF can basically be renamed the “get countries into debt and then demand a pound of flesh organization.” But for some reason, letter agencies need to only be 3 words, no more, no less.
This guy wrote a good book about it.
I highly recommend. It was babby’s first red pill for me.
What happens next in South Africa? This is a real nail-biter. No idea tbh, fam.