Soros activists promoting landgrab in Cape Town
Activists of George Soros's globalist empire are operating in Cape Town, South Africa, to undermine the right of property ownership, in conjunction with the ANC in preparation of Zimbabwe-style landgrabs.
Published: March 27, 2017, 9:27 am
President Jacob Zuma has vowed to expropriate white-owned land without compensation, speaking in parliament on 9 February, for “radical economic transformation”, as FWM reported earlier.
Reclaim the City, a Soros-front, occupied two provincial government buildings on Friday in the hope of pressuring local authorities to hand out “affordable downtown accommodation” in Cape Town. But they draw no distinction between “affordable” and “free” housing.
Although the city of Cape Town often boasts about successful housing programs for the poor, the activists are hoping to exploit racial tension.
“[The] province, like the colonial and apartheid governments before it, has ensured that the beneficiaries of racial discrimination, who are mostly white people, continue to access, own and occupy our well-located public land.”
As part of the Soros-funded Ndifuna Ukwazi, landgrab activists are currently conducting an information war against property rights and ownership.
Soros’ surrogates are working worldwide to encourage violence and insurgency. But in Belarus, the government arrested rioters while in South Africa, the black Marxist ANC regime supports the Soros agenda.
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