Zimbabwe | Goodbye Rhodesia |1979

Zimbabwe | Goodbye Rhodesia |1979

the end of 78 inside an African compound angry Drums beat out a new year message bitter words Our children are dying of hunger Food is what we need Conditions are getting worse We may as well be dead we hope our children will have a better future a Future still remote for blacks 78 was a year of broken promises frustrated hopes 79 looks little better do you think that you will have to continue to fight for your [zimbabwe]? [I] shall continue to fight even my comrades I can see as I meet them They are very serious about the problem. They won’t stop till we get our zimbabwe We won’t drop down to get what one because with much blood on which is already wasted Of which won’t take it back. I was born here. I intend to die here We’ve had our motor [attacks]. We’ve got to them. We live day after day with with this and There’s no way for place for me to go. This is my home And this [is] where I intend to darling Scotland versus the rest New Year’s day the Annual Bells match on the greens above on [Tally] The players know that the game is over. They look for hope when none exists Rhodesia Stubbornly plays out the myth It has created a nation alone betrayed by the treachery of its allies not the obstinacy of its leaders The lady Captain of [Bowles] called us sewer rats um Tolly feels betrayed by Britain. I fought for britain I was decorated And her today britain is letting us down badly, but I will not leave the country I’ll stay until the end But your country has got to come in and help us I Don’t know how long we can do this alone don’t know [too] But you don’t give up your country Last autumn the club was mortared by Mugabe’s Guerrillas the golf course singed the enemy is breathing down [an] Tally’s neck This may give you some idea of just how close I’m talia’s to the border it may not be a Stone’s throw away But it’s certainly within Easy rocket range I’m tarly’s over there and a couple of miles across the bush is that dirt Road and that dirt Road marks the border with Mozambique Today the border is mined in an attempt to Stem the Guerrillas advance The border created um tallest prosperity now It’s squeezing out the life it once gave it black faces multiply as white’s disappear Three years ago there were 10,000 Europeans in an tally on New Year’s day There were [3,000] less um Thali sets the stage for RHodesia White’s [leave] in the dust a legacy of bitterness New Year’s Day the [wrong] side of Town the homes of African workers tin Huts one room an oven in summer an ICebox in winter The Shacks are government property road construction workers and their families live inside They used to live in the hills above [entirely] the guerillas ordered them [to] leave The government pays on [four] pounds a week no room for luxuries zimbabwe seems a long time coming Do you think that you will get a true zimbabwe in 1979? well, I never know because the debt we are all waiting for us 31st of December 1978 and now that things [they’ve] [gone] [through] [oprah] We can never know otherwise. We come in in April the 30th and they say Again in November, so we never understand the real situation in prison Do you think there have been any real changes since the transitional government took over any difference in your lives? Uh I should say since the transitional government took over there there has been no changes but since the war began I’ve Seen some little changes. I support the [war] because some of the little [things] have changed But not since the transitional government took over on The other side [of] town are white homes plenty of them for sale owners gone? Even if blacks could afford to buy them as a new year began. They were not allowed to the land Tenure [Act] the instrument of Discrimination that preserves certain areas for whites only was still on the statute books the transitional government Promised to abolish it blacks were still waiting This house has been on the market for several months four bedrooms the deepest pool in town [Montine] June pesco are asking 12,000 pounds for it, but they’re open to offers [monte] pesco knows that the good times are over. He’s off to South Africa Thank you, [duty]. [better] didn’t open that one used to continue, but don’t [breathe] [it] Well, he could only take 800 pounds with him the legal limit Did you always believe that One day you would leave Rhodesia? never Now I was one of the guys in the stay and see Jeff Tillotson, [Talia], I Was Gonna switch off the lights and close the Gate since they write Rhodesia? Fever and then burn as we go back And it didn’t happen. [I] was gonna switch off the lights inventory, but [things] [happening] self forced the moment there just Haven’t got met. I haven’t got that much time anymore You’re going and leaving the lights on that’s right somebody else left a switching off Why don’t you stay and take the gamble take the risk and bt is no risk? I mean. He’s not gamble He’s a risk but there’s no gamble. The gamble is all in the The gooks got it. The gooks it is They want world the whole world is supporting the terrorists How’s the attitude of Africans changed as a result of what [is] currently happening? Yes? Yes in what way? uh I got a staff for the company I work with those could have stuff about [8] [8] Africans and they all think they can earn houses and I’ve never seen so many Africans driving learning To drive mother causes what I have lately because every one of them think they’re Gonna get medical uh [a] little garden we couldn’t garden boy was washing my mother-in-Law’s car and You see two aces well next year. That’s Gonna be Michael So a mother went to my mother no entities. Will you see this box Matches it was lighter I’ll burn it before I give it to [you] So that’s the attitude of the African is it’s changed completely Righteous Yeah tomorrow to think we’re revati 34 to one maybe a bit more was everybody taking the Gap like me In South Africa [at] the moment. I [think] it’s about [41] I think by 41 So you could stand a chance? Does that make you feel happier? Well? I could take like for [efI’s] before they take me [out] But you couldn’t 36 no ways nothing [Jemelle] sitter yep, just travel at about 150 Metres apart You’ll see there’s a lot of people on the convoy that you know I’ve done it a hundred times [just] do what they do. Okay. Should you come under attack? Go through And this you’re very well beck and you can see the contact will ahead is the road very dangerous That’s a bit dicey the money few roads in Rhodesia are safe such is the gorillas tightening grip? Ten miles south of [um] [tolly] we dropped out of the convoy adds ammonia here the gorillas word was law This is or was the African township of [Zoo] [Muniya] a few miles outside of um tolly [Zoo] muniya used to be a thriving township of about 1,500 Africans that is until a couple of months ago when the terrorists moved in [and] told the people to [get] out they did today [Ximena] is a ghost town [I] Use the word terrorist because our government guide was listening if I’d said gorillas a neutral word there would have been trouble As Ammonia Bears signs of a hasty retreat [the] beer hall in ruins the school in ashes Exercise books littered the floor some open at the date of the last lesson october the 30th 1978 Some left for the safety of um Charlie others caught the bus to Salisbury 200 miles away The sufferings of Rhodesia’s quarter of a million white’s are well known the plight of her six million blacks less So press and Tv a heavily censored journalists closely watched accompanied most places Africans caught in the Middle are often frightened and confused Few more so than this 19 year old soldier in the rhodesian regular army 80% of which is black He told us a remarkable story He said he’d crossed the border and joined the [guerillas] been trained in Tanzania and returned to Rhodesia to fight for zimbabwe He was captured in the bush Why didn’t the Rhodesian Soldiers kill you when they captured you? Because I they say their world drop your life dog. I don’t matter for [dog] [in] the kitchen they put in the end cuffs and they take me straight to the to the Iasb and [they] [just] about especially and Specialised take me in. I’m teddy. What did they do to you fuzzy to me overnight? I? tried to [uh] say that only one and I don’t know about anything near Rhodesia type start telling me Like using victory City he led the army to Guerrilla bases across the mountains in Mozambique, which they destroyed his usefulness over he was tried by a magistrate and after that I went to the [high] [Court] [and] This the men measures to say that what one [too] to be hanged or to be life in Prison or to receive this [decent] government, they say that they aren’t to save the region [government], and that’s why you’re now wearing a radiation of a uniform, so How do you now feel about fighting men who will want your comrades? Because I can’t do it. They just forced me everything you know You have no choice. Yeah, yes, force me to do it Why do Africans join the Rhodesian Army? Because there’s no job See and [Rohde] That’s our jobs for you depends only Ya know African jobs, so they join I’m here eating em They join what to fight over the money you just fed for money Don’t they fight for a diva no they just fighting for money not for for this country Because there’s some more people then I mean the supporting [gavin]. [yeah] because black soldiers in the army ah [the] Rhodesian Army support mugabe because if they go through the African taja they have to get a glad to pay donation For the people in the bush Black Soldiers [who] do you think will win in the end? thing in garbage going to be weaned versus good blend of saboteurs Why do you think [MacCaBi] will win? [cuz] it’s good long blend of supporters and blend of tears in the bush It was the prospect of an end to the war that led many whites to support the transitional government? But the war has intensified whole areas of the country are now under the gorillas control These protected Villages or keeps are where the government is holding on by its fingertips They’re designed to control the African population the majority of whom live in the tribal trust lands There are 200 keeps like this scattered all over Rhodesia with over half a million Africans living behind their fences under guard The keeps are meant to Deny the Guerrillas the supplies and [support] they seek and get from the African population We were taken to this keep northwest of um [tarly] visitors are no strangers here It’s part of the journalists guided tour the toilets are spotless the government insists that the Africans like the keeps that they want to be protected from the terrorists Africans tend to see them differently a destruction of their way of life for white ends not black Africans who live here are carefully monitored if a man leaves his keep he must take his identity bracelet with him Not to do so may prove fatal This [bangor] I’ve got the numbers on it Well, they gave us this bangle. They just want to know where you come from and They just want to know if you haven’t got this bangle. They can say that [you] [a] terrorist if you have got this bangle They can say that well loo you [a] [man] who lives in the cape, but actually if you forgotten this thing at home Especially [you] can say that you have lost your life because they can shoot you straight. They don’t even ask this bangle So that bangle is your life. Yes this beggar is my life. This cape is not a showcase No journalists have been here before this [cape] is under martial law like 75% of Rhodesia Martial law means that the security forces can do what they want this keep is in a war zone People are poor and hungry sometimes the gates are locked for days on end people often can’t plant their crops or feed their cattle the New Year holds a prospect of starvation Secretly I spoke to some of the Africans who live in the keep How do you feel about living in a keep as it [differs]? [II] living behind a wire is like living in a prison But the government say that Africans like living in keeps Because [they’re] they are safe and protected from the [Guerrillas] from the terrorists But back to that day [our] choice would be to live where we used to Even though there are fighting forces we much prefer to liver money than to be separated from the operation were they Do most Africans in your experience support the gorillas they do. Yes Do any support the transitional government in? Salisbury up up to now nothing has been achieved by the transitional government. They’ll begin supporting after they’re seen something they’ve achieved In areas like this, it’s the red cross [that] is keeping starvation at Bay They deliver their scarce supplies to sent peters Mission 20 miles from the border Africans flock in from the surrounding keeps the cards show that they are cases of special need a bag of corn for an empty stomach The whaling is a way of saying. Thank you What have we got here nurse pick it up? Just pick it up and show [me] Yeah, pick her up again good out in the bush missionaries are vulnerable Gorillas have killed 30 so far But father Kennedy who run sent peters mission is more concerned for the Africans than he is for himself? We’ve had in the region of about [Thirty-Five] Civilians who have been shot accidentally or otherwise? in in the war gunshot Victims and We’ve had people whose vehicles or donkey carts have detonated landmines on the pretext of taking pretty pictures we gave our government guide the slip then father Kennedy spoke his mind [a] brave man and What is the relation between? You here in the mission and the Guerrillas [I]? Think it’s a good relationship They understand naturally that if they were to come [onto] the mission site that would jeopardize All the work we are doing here, and I think that they appreciate that and so far They have not actually been [on] to the site, but we have contact with them We are here to help poor sick and so on they get sick they need drugs and so on but they are very discreet in their manner of approach and You provide them with medical supplies Do yes, I provide anybody who requires medicine with medicine the government would say that was helping the terrorists helping the enemy [I] presume they would that has often been the case in this dilemma of the Christian priest on a mission he must Help those who apply for help though. It’s labeled as a political Action How do you regard the Guerrillas? Many of them are schoolboys that we have taught from time to time in our experience in [Mission] schools Iii prescind from individual acts of all violence which I deplore on both sides but I respect them in general as a Group of people who have got a cause and are fighting for it. Do you want me to elaborate on the cause? I’m a rhodesian actually. I think that’s quite important people particularly perhaps overseas think that all white Rhodesians Subscribe to a particular policy that isn’t quite true there are Perhaps in the minority minority those who have always objected to racial discrimination Who have always objected to the land tenure Act? I’m totally against those so in as much as the Guerrillas represent a Force which Alone has done something to get these things withdrawn. [I] respect their dedication Do you think that ian Smith would have made the accommodation he has with the africans without the Guerrilla war no I’m totally convinced he would not have done what sort of support that the Guerrillas have from the from the African [population] well perhaps I could say I can speak for the whole of Rhodesia But I speak for the area occupied by the one doubt tribes people which I know very well [they’re] probably about a hundred and thirty or 150,000 of these [1da], and I can tell you there’s no question about it. They are totally Behind the girls how do Africans feel about the [rhodesians] security forces well? I’m afraid they feel their feelings results from their experience [many] things are justified because of a war situation, but the common man in the street Not that there are streets around here is Rather Bushy area their experience is a rest You [know] if a landmine is detonated in an area the common practices for everybody living within so many kilometers of the Landmine to be Arrested and interrogated and I have seen the results of interrogation by the security forces I’ve seen men who have suffered Electric Shock treatment, I’ve seen men who kept could not walk because of the soles of their feet having been beaten So the security forces represent to our people here a threat to life and limb you believe the stories Do you I can vouch for them and I’m not telling you what [I’ve] heard. I’m telling you what I’ve seen I know that. They are true So the wagon will roll North it has been many Three has been no Barty Pioneers We bought the matter Billy and many a hardship [to] the Flagon for you tell Sing the song to you And you can call us [rebels] and you can call We were founded by an Englishman by the muscle [Growth] But despite the songs to boost morale many whites in [um] [Thali] have decided that the end is nigh Rhodesia finished The Ellis’s are off to blackpool had anyone told me two years ago that I would have been sitting here in virtually an empty house with These packing cases behind me I’d have said never ever I wouldn’t have thought that this would have taken place in Rhodesia. I’m sorry and Hence the reason for making our departure We didn’t think that things would go the way they have done Other things would deteriorate in the manner they have We were quite happy to remain in this country we’ve been here 27 years my whole life was here have at 27 very very happy years indeed as you can see the beautiful surroundings were live in the standard of living we’ve enjoyed also and Well, it’s rather heartbreaking to have to give it all up. I’m sorry. I’m leaving as my husband said offered a good life here, you know with or here for good and We just feel know the best thing to do is tickle. Why no? Well there, isn’t any future for us here. How do you see 1979? 1979 I personally regret to say [that] I see it as a continuation of a war because I see no support for the transitional government Rightly or wrongly isn’t for me to comment. I’m just observing what I see I interpret that this war will go on a long long time Even grimmer is the prospect of Civil war the nightmare the West Fears Most the Guerrilla Forces are divided Loyalties of blacks in the Rhodesian Army are uncertain black politicians in the transitional government now have their own private armies 479 the recipe may be Chaos in The New Year as in [bab]. We must surely be born but only out of the blood and ashes of Rhodesia itself Goodbye Rhodesia


100 thoughts on “Zimbabwe | Goodbye Rhodesia |1979”

  • David Devita says:

    That’s right everyone! Yes! Rhodesia !
    South Africa!
    And next coming soon France and Germany!!
    Their almost done selling out their own countrymen … England also. Look how lovely London is doing.. There’s just something special about Christians selling Christians out..

  • The people actually believing the British information on Rhodesia is funny. The bread basket of Africa lol. Oh and I'm British myself. As the captured guy said there was no work for the black population only European. My dad was stationed there. They had 3 ridgebacks gaurding the base. They were trained to attack anyone black and not white people. Then when they moved or just another unit came (can't remember exactly) there were friendly black people. They had to kill 2 of the dogs as they couldn't be retrained to not attack black people…

  • Nevill Bulloch says:

    How has zimbabwe panned out for Zimbabweans today? Zanu pf, corruption, utter incompetence, theft, crimes against humanity and genocide of Ndebele, MDC and Farmers.

  • richard bird says:

    Rhodesia had the greatest statesman ever in Smith, and they swopped him for the worst ever in Mugabe. How is that for engaging reverse gear. Oh well, that's kaffirs for you.

  • The custom of Africa, is different from that of Europe. You these mango colored people, are wicked & devilish. How can you come to Africa, stealing our lands & using us as cheap laborers. What annoys me is that, how can you live in African land & claims some parts are yours, whilst you didn’t buy them from anybody. Can blacks be in your country & claim some parts of your land & tell you whites that you cannot live with the blacks? African leaders are stupid & senseless, if not, the Almighty God has given us good lands & natural resources, of which we could’ve base upon, without expecting anything from the whites. Why, because all the leaves are medicine, we have lands to plant food for ourselves, so what next? You’ve been deceiving us with infrastructures & how’s Africa now? The leaders that we have are not helping, & it seems like they don’t know history & don’t have any sympathy for fellow blacks & are always thinking of being corrupt enjoying the money with their family & friends.

  • After suffering under Rhodesian oppression, the populace in the late 1970s placed their hopes in Mugabe, among others. What a tragedy that turned out to be.

  • Mrs. Edna Welthorpe says:

    How come that Zim could feed itself when it had white farmers. They’ve killed or kicked out the white farmers and given the farms to the blacks. Where is the food?

  • Mrs. Edna Welthorpe says:

    Did the black people design and build the dam. If the Europeans hadn’t come to Zim they would not have heard of electricity, or roads, railways, aeroplanes, hospitals and medicines.

  • This was under Bishop Muzarewa the black leader of Zimbabwe Rhodesia as it was called. This was not under white leadership.

  • Hertfordshire247 says:

    Another country that left that blasted Empire. Soon wanted to fucking come back though, don't they all (WINK, WINK HONG KONG) That blasted Empire aye?

  • Trevor Nomazwe Dube says:

    Mugabe he wasn't suppose to.in power as a president of Zimbabwe (he was good to be a Minister of Education) then Joshua Nkomo and George Silundika they we supposed to lead the Zimbabwean as Presidents. Thing they are getting worse there because Mugabe messed up

  • lillian mhandu says:

    PROUDLY ZIMBABWEAN HERE I live here and don't speak nonsense in your comments infact what's happening here it's our business not yours and nobody ever died of hunger around here so shut up

  • Stephan Gildenhuys says:

    So, go and ask these thugs to report how it is going today in Zimbabwe. I am sure they have lots of food, their currency is very strong. And don't forget they export lots of stuff, I am sure. So how does Rhodesia stack up to Zimbabwe. British bastereds. Hope the Pakistans do them also.

  • "Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It's Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself. Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared. The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don't grasp what it really means: humiliation. The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn't conscious of it. And, superiority excites envy. Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities."
    – Joseph Sobran

  • SolieAnimates says:


    We can run our country but our leaders are not running it nicely some people say Africans are a pathetic race but that’s racist were people too you know that we’re rich with minerals but you need to stop bullying us I’m Zimbabwean and I love the independence because my grandma was in a WARZONE and we don’t want colonizers imagine were ever you live were colonized not good guys treat us nicely

  • Munyaradzi Munodawafa says:

    its not your country . it was not a desert when you came to Africa they were people here whom you violently usurped . any progeny of white people in Africa are either racist thieves or blood suckers. they suffer from dillusions of self grandeur

  • aksek hiddelll says:

    Africans cannot build anything themselves, they resort to stealing what others have built and then destroying it. Why are these people allowed to immigrate to white countries? Its not like they are going to be a positive contribution.

  • True, Zimbabwe has its issues – no secret, the country is a mess right now. I however, don't think I would have preferred colonial rule to what is going on in ZIM right now. Why should I be a second class citizen in my own country??? Colonialism had its demons and very few people will want to be reminded of those demons. I would rather suffer , but be liberated. It is time AFRICA in general figured a way to solve its own problems without relying on the WEST or Asia! We know this is no easy road, but one day it will happen. In my language (Ndebele), there is a saying, "Okungapheliyo kuyahlola"; basically meaning that everything will eventually come to an end. So, it may look gloomy right now, but I am optimistic AFRICA will get it right some day. Who ever thought that Rome will fall one day or saw Germany losing in WWII?. Time will tell.

  • Rather interesting looking back and to look at the death rate with the UK to without the UK. These people commit more murders against their own than any Brit ever has, look at the numbers rise after the Brits left

  • Good fucking riddance to those Rhodie bastards. They had no business being in Zimbabwe in the first place. They were invaders, illegal immigrants, and plunderers, every last one of them.

  • And while they were looked after by the white elite, they were better fed, better health care, better jobs, safer. They threw out the whites in the same way a man can chop off his own head.

  • SouthernAfricanBoy says:

    Good riddance especially to Monty. Got no problems with whites whatsoever but shit like him thank god they fucked off and turns out he turned a nobody in South Africa😂🤣 White men who stayed in Zim and gave it a chance are doing rather well. Before some fool says Zim is failed yes I know but we are in transition and we will get it right

  • Laurence Kueffer says:

    Mugabe's Communists were waging a sustained Guerrilla War against Rhodesia, since 1964, which shut down farms, and gradually sapped the vitality out of the economy. Rhodesia's morale declined, and in 1979 Mugabe's failed Zimbabwe State overturned the established power; henceforth, we've gradually witnessed the decline and degradation of Zimbabwe's infrastructure.

  • 1: Expropriate land from white farmers
    2: Kill all the white people
    3: Suffer from poverty and mass starvation because nobody else knows how to farm or run a country
    4: Beg white people for aid whilst blaming them for their current problems

  • Ian Smith did the things below , so tell me again how was he racist against blacks ?

    Iam Smith reseved bus business to be owned by blacks

    Ian Smith didnt force the blacks to hoin the military ( many did and served side by sode with whites even in the Bush War )

    Ian Smith allowed black members in the Parliament

    Ian Smith banned whites fromhandling Indegenious Trust Funds and only reserved it for the blacks

    Ian Smith banned some busineeses from white for the blacks

    Ian Smith reserved lands for blacks to live in

    Yeah , IaN SmItH wAs RaCiSt

  • All those gloating about zimbabwe being a failure,need to get a reality check.
    Britain promised the zimbabwe government they would pay to compensate the white landowners to help in redistribution of the land taken from the native people.
    Instead of paying up they togather with america sanctioned zimbabwe.
    Britain and america made sure land distribution and zimbabwe failed economically.

  • Apparently there is less than 25,000 white people in Zimbabwe. Why can't the British offer them a home and export an equivalent (or more) number of black Britons, Muslims etc who state openly that they do not want to be a part of British society. Then Zimbabwe can build a black paradise: problem solved!

  • Desmond P Kandemiri says:

    @ 10:18 who is this guy? whats his name? These are the kind of people who should write Zimbabwe's struggle books.

  • The truth is Rhodesia is no more and now Zimbabwe is a third world nation and the people of the nation have systematically destroyed their homeland. It's a shame perhaps life was not so bad.. South Africa is now going through the same fate, if SA did not have significant mineral wealth it would have happened already..Both were beautiful prosperous countries with rich histories, But perhaps it is better to be poor but your own master.

  • So how did all this ROMANTIC Communist Idealism turn out ?? Look at what has happened, all the dead people , Zimbabwe on 8/7/19 is a Failed state a rotting mess. Are the progressives happy now ??

  • Ita so sad these countries thought they were doing well because of themselves (blacks) but in truth it was because of the white man, Britain and other European countries advances in everything from education to technology and agriculture and when they (blacks) pushed us (whites) out they were in massive poverty within less than a decade and they now in their millions live in huts or worse without school or electricity, starving and now cannot survive without billions in aid from western countries 😔 well done black man!!

  • Daughter of Rhodesia, Teresa Heinz Kerry. Interpreter at UN for Rhodesia, meets/marries Heinz 57 congressman. Inherits his fortune. Marries pure evil Senator John Kerry. Spends money on Tides Foundation and Soro's causes. Who ruined Rhodesia? Whites like Teresa a daughter of Rhodesia. Self Hate.

  • Poor, simple, Bantus, they thought they could just take over and replace the whites. They started by murdering 40 000 Ndebele and now they're eating rats. I suspect they're not going to like their new Chinese masters who hold them in contempt.

  • Prince Hassan III says:

    So Britain 🇬🇧 (and other Europeans countries) decides to invade and create colonialism in Africa. Get rich from Africa, create slavery and apartheid racist system in place so the native Africans become third class citizens in their owe countries. When the Africans rightfully fight back somehow they are the terrorist for wanting their country and their freedom. I’m missing something? African countries till this day are not free from colonial debts, subjected to economically warfares and those in power only serve in the interest of their European colonial governments.

  • Finally the African land belongs to Africans. It is called natural justice. Where in Europe would you find a country governed by a black minority government?

  • Nobody is talking about the sanctions and psychological warfare, launched by the whites against the Zimbabweans. Were us Africans starving before the whites came into our continent before the 15th century? You can't take what belongs to a people and think they wont want it back someday…Africans needs to rally together and find their own political and economic system. This democracy is not working for us.

  • Fight For Freedom says:

    Black's cannot run and maintain a country, they are not hardwired that way, they are hunter gatherer's, not builder's or farmer's!

  • "The whole world is supporting the terrosists" (6:40). 100% True. For some reason the white man can bring health, education, hope, prosperity, wealth etc etc etc to Africa and will always be seen as the bad guy by ignorant Anglo Saxon world. Quite pathetic.

  • nustapha Touray says:

    Why black people America are yet to have jobs the way they want it and white south African are having what they want in Africa.

  • nustapha Touray says:

    Are white people having human being hearts, in all their heartless they've been doing and still keep doing it, my question is, for how long they'll accept that we're all human being and treated equally

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