Zimbabwe heads for economic meltdown
Posted: Thursday, February 8, 2007
One cause of the crisis is Zimbabwe's agricultural decline. Satellite photos show that vast expanses of fertile land portioned out to Mugabe loyalists are fallow. Despite good rains, Zimbabwe faces another bad harvest of maize, according to the regional Famine Early Warning System. The country will need to import grain for the sixth consecutive year, say experts.
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Zimbabwe is being punished for daring to reclaim the land
The Guardian UK, like many other white-owned or controlled media worldwide, has been consistent in reporting on the woes in Zimbabwe and attributing all the blame to President Mugabe. Of course, they hope that readers would not research the cause of the crisis in Zimbabwe to see how it is rooted in racist UK and US attempts to ensure that the best land in Zimbabwe remains in the hand of Whites. They mean to ensure that all efforts to reclaim some of the best agricultural land for Black Africans fail as a means to discourage other African countries from reclaiming their land.
See: RaceandHistory.com Zimbabwe Watch
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