Monday, 28 January 2008

BriSHIT politician praises Ian Smith's racist rule.

Smith's regime is responsible for crafting and implementing a systematic process of marginalizing blacks in the then Rhodesia. Blacks were thus forcibly removed from their land and dumped in arid, infertile malarial areas where malnutrition, disease and high infant mortality threatened the extinction of blacks from the country, a process whose success is now seen in colony states like Newzealand, Australia, Canada, and the USA.

Any black Zimbabwean who grew up in these so called Tribal Trust lands will have a vivid recall of Kwashiokor bellies, peeling skins, malarial deaths, failing crops, droughts, livestock dying of lack of grazing, unavailability of schools, clinics, or water facilities.

What then is such a black person supposed to feel when a briSHIT politician praises the architects of those concentration camps. Not that such racism surprises any sensible black person, however that there are people who sing it in daylight is a humbling process.


A BriSHIT politician praised the leadership of white supremacist Ian Smith, the white minority leader of Rhodesia, who died last week.

Richard Willis, a councillor in Reading, Berkshire, who is on the list of Conservative candidates for the next general election, said on a website that Smith had been a “great and wise” leader whose rule had been “benign and successful”.

The comments by Willis, who is chief of staff for local MP Rob Wilson, follow the departure of another Tory candidate after he made comments about race.

Nigel Hastilow quit earlier this month as candidate for Halesowen & Rowley Regis, West Midlands, after he claimed that many in his constituency believed “Enoch [Powell] was right” in his 1968 “rivers of blood” speech warning about immigration.

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