Newsweek: 'White People in South Africa Should Stop Panicking About Losing Their Land'Chris Menahan
Apr. 06, 2018
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White people in South Africa need to stop complaining about their land being stolen because many black South Africans view seizing their property "as essential to restoring their dignity," so says Newsweek's Ben Cousins.
...the motion [to seize white farmers' land] was supported by many other political parties and has been greeted with approval by large numbers of black people. Given the bitter history of large-scale land dispossession, refusing to pay for stolen land is seen by many black South Africans as essential to restoring their dignity.That's a threat.
Cousin's bio says he's a professor of "Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies" at the University of the Western Cape.
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