WATCH: 60 Minutes Re-releases 2001 Interview With Zimbabwe's Robert MugabeChris Menahan
Nov. 18, 2017
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White farmers don't want their land stolen because they're "racist," so said Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe in this 2001 interview with 60 Minutes.
This is the go-to refrain of "social justice" activists everywhere. In Zimbabwe and South Africa, we can see exactly what happens when these "social justice" crusaders get their way.
Here's the shorthand:
Here's the long-form:
The same scenario is now playing out in in South Africa:
I wonder why the Western media doesn't want to talk about this?
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