New Zimbabwe leader is a dimwit who has started to undo Mugabe reforms

Muthamaki

Village Elder
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ndume

Village Elder
#10
He was the mastermind of the invasions. In addition, Mugabe did not refuse to compensate, Britain refused to give compesation money as promised at independence.
All senior people in Zimbabwe invaded white farms, including this one. Zimbabwe has no capacity to compensate, he will use that promise to get money from anglo-saxons. Soon he will get an official invite from Britain, agenda: white farms
 

kah tony

Village Elder
#11
Rumor has it that he orchestrated the seizure of farms but protected wazungu in his home town. Don' bite the hand that feeds you.
Africans are bitter like that stupid Lempurkel and the land that they were given until today hawajafanya kitu nayo. If you read about Cholmondeley in prison, the guy did a lot for the guys there. He fixed their water system, run rat culling expeditons etc and started a school that criminals could learn by correspondence.

Colonialism is an unfortunate thing but we have to get our heads out of our asses. Let mzungu, mhindi eat if he can. There' no difference with what we are saying here with wakikuyu wote watoke Kajiado.
 
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Yunomi

Guest
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Let the land be used productively, be it by whites or blacks it won't matter. This sentimental attachment Africans have to land that does not yield much is retrogressive.
What was the fight for Independence all about?
The fight for Independence was all about land. Nothing else.
 

WuTang

Village Chief
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What was the fight for Independence all about?
The fight for Independence was all about land. Nothing else.
We are not in the fifties and sixties, we need our economies to be more innovative and use land productively. Even Asian countries moved beyond that obsession with land. I still support Mugabe's land seizures but only if the land is put to good use.
 
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We are not in the fifties and sixties, we need our economies to be more innovative and used land productively. Even Asian countries moved beyond that obsession with land. I still support Mugabe's land seizures but only if the land is put to good use.
On this entire continent, all African farmers do is revert to 19th century subsistence Agriculture when given free land. That is exactly what happened after Mugabe's land seizures
 
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Yunomi

Guest
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On this entire continent, all African farmers do is revert to 19th century subsistence Agriculture when given free land. That is exactly what happened after Mugabe's land seizures
I don't have a problem with natives using their ancestral lands as they wish. It's theirs to do with as they please
 
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S_Lilly

Village Elder
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On this entire continent, all African farmers do is revert to 19th century subsistence Agriculture when given free land. That is exactly what happened after Mugabe's land seizures
They revert to subsistence farming as they have no resources to purchase costly farming equipment and have no necessary training.
 
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Yunomi

Guest
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We are not in the fifties and sixties, we need our economies to be more innovative and use land productively. Even Asian countries moved beyond that obsession with land. I still support Mugabe's land seizures but only if the land is put to good use.
Given the help they need we have seen pastoralists in Kenya modernising rapidly. Kalenjins were mostly pastoralists as recently as the early 1980s. Then after president Moi encouraging them and investing in their education lots of kalenjins are now intellectuals and very few are pastoralists.
What will not work is forcing them to abandon their way of life without offering an alternative.
 

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