(000228.79-E000157.73NRLOSUC20V)[My jaw hits the floor. These filthy sons of bitches, *THEY* fought us. They rebelled against us. They did not want to listen to us. AND the entire world helped them. Now they blame us for not teaching them. I repeat what I've said before. These people DO NOT DESERVE TO LIVE. They should all be killed. As a Rhodesian, who was there, who lived through that time, and I now hear this shit, I feel nothing for them. I feel zip for them. I say: Destroy them and run them out of the country. And do you know in Kenya, beloved by the Jewish British, the blacks said something similar in recent times. They said that the white man had designed machinery that needed MAINTENANCE and that is a fault that is now destroying them!!! I'm like WTF!?!?!? These people are worthless shit. The white man must not waste one second of his life on them. They've been given every opportunity under the sun. It's time to kill them all. Kenya, like Zimbabwe FOUGHT AGAINS WHITE RULE… killed whites, brutally… they said THEY WANTED A COUNTRY TOO THEY WANTED TO BE NATIONS! The Russians, Chinese, Jews and Liberals helped them massively to destroy us whites. NOW THEY BLAME US FOR THEIR FAILURES? These are not adults. They are children. They are little more than talking humanoids, if that. The words that come out of their mouths, have no meaning. They have no meaning. Jan]
Zimbabwe’s Vice President, Kembo Mohadi, has blamed the country’s former colonial ruler of not teaching native Zimbabweans to run the economy as the southern African nation battles a prolonged economic downturn.
Addressing the ruling Zanu PF provincial structures in Gwanda, south east of Bulawayo, Mohadi lamented the economic depression the country has gone through since independence from Britain in 1980.
"We got our independence but the white man never gave us knowledge on how to run our economy," Mohadi said in an address broadcast on national television on Saturday. He said the only knowledge the locals had was to run bottle stores and general dealer businesses.
"That was it, nothing more than that," he said.
Mohadi, who is one of the country’s two vice-presidents said the colonisers did not do much to impart knowledge to the locals.
Zimbabwe, which was once known as the ‘bread basket of Africa’ degenerated into economic chaos in the early 2000s under former president Robert Mugabe’s administration. The country’s controversial land redistribution programme which saw the seizure of white-owned farms was followed by political instability and hyperinflation that collapsed the local currency.
The Zimbabwean dollar, which was previously pegged at 1:1 with the green back is now worth just approximately 1% of its former value. The currency currently trades at 100:1 against the US dollar in the widely used parallel market.
More than 4.3 million Zimbabweans are rural areas are facing food insecurity, according to the latest Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis, undertaken in February 2020.