Ramaphosa’s land grab policy backed by British PM Theresa May
May brought with her a delegation of 29 business leaders who’ll be looking for investment opportunities in SA Over the Dead Bodies of White Farmers & their Familes
In her first visit to the continent as UK Prime Minister, Theresa May pledged to become the G7’s biggest investor in Africa by 2022, using the UK’s development budget to not only relieve poverty, but to create a sustainable investment environment for British businesses.
“It is very clear that Theresa May has completely ignored to mention the brutal killing of White Farmers in SA as she is too afraid to rock the boat with Cyril” Malcolm Walker
May was addressing guests of the British High Commission in Cape Town on Tuesday, before meeting President Cyril Ramaphosa at Tuynhuys. “The UK has for some time now supported land reform that is legal and transparent and generated through a democratic process. I discussed it with President Ramaphosa during his visit to Britain earlier this year and will discuss it with him again later today,” she said.
“I think he’s made some comments that it won’t be a smash and grab approach” said British Prime Minister Theresa May
May has deliberately side tracked and ignored to visit any of the white squatter camps. This can only be seen as a refusal to see or learn the truth about white poverty due to oppression against the white population.
After confidently delivering her planned speech to business folk in Cape Town and answering questions from the UK media this morning, UK Premier Theresa May stuttered and stumbled over questions on land expropriation in South Africa. Twitter Comment
“We are going to return the land to our people so that our people can have their birth right,” President Cyril Ramaphosa
“I welcome the comments that President Ramaphosa has already made, bearing in mind the economic and social aspects of it. I think he’s made some comments that it won’t be a smash and grab approach. I think there’s an opportunity to unlock investment.”
– Extracts from local SA Newspapers August 2018