The role of any nascent government is twofold:
- Protect private property
- Protect the borders
Over time, rulers learn to manipulate laws to their advantage. The BLM abuses have subsided under the Trump administration but asset forfeiture is promoted by Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump. The fight for open borders is ongoing: immigration control is under attack by the Democrats, illegal aliens are allowed to vote in California and sanctuary cities are sh_tholes.
South Africa is showing the world that the role of government that is not constrained by a well armed militia can do whatever it wants to the people. As the white genocide in South Africa escalates, the rest of the world ignores the obvious: refuge is granted based on race and religion.
Confirming long-running speculation that South Africa is on its way to becoming just another Zimbabwe, on Tuesday the country’s president Cyril Ramaphose said the ruling African National Congress should initiate a parliamentary process to amend the constitution to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.
Meanwhile, South Africa’s economy has barely grown in recent years, with the growth outlook remaining much lower than the 5 percent annual growth government is aiming for to make a dent in near-record unemployment. Tuesday data showed that South Africa’s unemployment rate rose to 27.2% of the labor force in the second quarter from 26.7% in the first quarter.
In other words, South Africa is well on its way to converting itself into a banana republic; as such confiscating the land of the whites appears to be the logical next step.