Health care crisis in SA, Zimbabwe
9 January 2011 Leave a comment
The New York Times journalist Celia W Dugger wrote this uncritical article below without going into any of the important, underlying reasons for the current plight of Zimbabwe’s 11-million black people – and of South Africa’s 50-million residents…
And there’s only one reason for these chronic famine-conditions and physical degration of the entiresouthern African population: the ongoing ethnic-cleansing of the white farmers of Southern Africa, from Zimbabwe to South Africa to Namibia. This has caused a drastic drop in the southern African food supplies over the past 30 years… and the United Nations can’t wait to move into this strategically-important, mineral-rich and very lucrative new territory: the UN is now already firmly embedded in many other strategic African countries: Southern Africa would be the jewel in their crown.
No more white farmers – no more cheap and readily-available food and jobs for millions of blacks in southern Africa – White medical staffers kicked from hospital jobs due to their race: goodbye proper health care …
Graph and map from http://www.farmitracker.com: number of attacks against ethno-Europeans carried out by black Africans show that the largest number of attacks occur in the southern African countries of Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa: and concentrate on the commercial farming communities…
A total 13,500 ‘white’ farmers remain in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Namibia combined – down from 1994’s 100,000+ commercial agriculturalists…
- Most of these farmers are Afrikaans-speaking i.a. Boers who have lived there for more than 350 years…
Once the numbers of white farmers in Southern Africa shrank to only 13,500 in total – which happened by 2008, they also stopped producing enough affordable, excess food for the entire sub-continent’s 65-million black people. The ethnic-cleansing campaign against white farmers also has a knock-on effect on neighbouring Southern African countries, and food-riots now occur regularly in Kenya, Mozambique and Angola.
The drop in local food supplies has also had a dramatic effect on the quality of life and the life-expectancy of all of Southern Africa’s black and white residents, dropping from an average 63 years before apartheid ended in1994 to the current 47,4 years in Zimbabwe; 49,2 in South Africa and to 51.9 in Namibia. Please – don’t take my word for it: look it up on the CIA’s world factbook. And South Africa now has an unprecedenced 800,000 of 3million Afrikaners living on the streets, in squatter camps, totally destitute…
Who gains from this onslaught?
The only organisation which gains from perpetuating the southern African dictatorships are the tens of thousands of bureaucrats who earn luxury-salaries from their jobs at the UNHCR in Geneva, Switserland: this UN-agency has a larger budget than most of the African countries and it houses, supports, feeds, provides health care to, and helps to ‘reintegrate’ a total of 1,022,030,500 refugees worldwide – that’s more than 1-billion homeless people. And 60,595,400 live on the southern African subcontinent… The UNHCR’s combined budget is larger than the GDP for most of these countries: a whopping $879,894,017 was budgetted in 2010. And they demand even more for 2011 – although there are vast discrepancies in their refugee-statistics and those of the CIA, which surveys the population from satellites….
Southern African region never had any famine:
The history record shows that ever since the first Boer set foot at the Cape of Good Hope as an indentured VOC-company labourer, the Southern African region never suffered any kind of famine or health-care problems as are described in the New York Times article above — not until Zimbabwe’s dictator Robert Mugabe teamed up with his equally dictatorial struggle-buddies in South Africa and Namibia and devised a vile ethnic-cleansing strategy to kill off the most skilled and educated group of people on the sub-continent: all the whites are being ethnically-cleansed from the entire southern African landscape. All of these things were however not mentioned in this fund-raising article by Celia W. Dugger.
Giving support to these three southern African dictatorships by keeping its black population propped up with donor-funds, is only encouraging these dictators to continue on their chosen path. This constant stream of food-aid and medical aid won’t in the long run, help teach the black people of South Africa to stand up for themselves – i.a. to become responsible self-sufficient citizens of the world… it just creates another generation of needy people who are totally reliant on the hand-outs from the United Nations’ food-aid and health-care programmes… http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/19/world/africa/19zimbabwe.html?_r=3
The United Nations claims that it supports, houses, educates, feeds and provides health-care to 60,595,000 refugees in Southern Africa…
.. but the CIA says there are 597,385 refugees in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia:
UNHCR says it supports 60,595,000 refugees through its bureau in Johannesburg – but the CIA says there’s 597,385 refugees in those countries:
United Nations the major power in many African countries – UN-troops, once firmly embedded and joining the lucrative trade in arms, gold and diamonds, often wage a war of terror against the locals and once there, refuse to budge…
According to the UNHCR’s own records, they now house, suport, feed, provide medical care and help to ‘reintegrate’ a total of 1,022,030,500 people worldwide – more than 1-billion people. And 60,595,400 of those people are black refugees on the southern African subcontinent alone, they claim. The UNHCR’s combined budget is larger than the combined GDP for many of of these southern African countries: $879,894,017 was budgetted in 2010. And in 2011, they demand even more ‘because of the growing problems in Ivory Coast, in Sudan and in southern Africa…’ The UN ‘s ‘African troops’ also are firmly embedded in the mineral-rich Congo… and refuse to budge… http://www.unstats.un.org/unsd/demographic/meetings/…/Participants_List.pdf
CIA statistics for refugees in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia are 597,385 people …
However the CIA statistics show much, much lower refugee-statistics than do the UNHCR stats. For Namibia for instance, the CIA only shows 4,700 displaced refugees (UNHCR puts it at 6,970,000 which is impossible: Namibia is a gigantic desert country which cannot support such large numbers of people); for Zimbabwe, the CIA says there are 569,685 refugees (UNHCR: 9,200,000) and in South Africa, about 23,000 are refugees, says the CIA… (UNHCR: 222,470,000 refugees; https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2194.html?countryName=&countryCode=®ionCode=%C2%A5
FAO – DROP IN FOOD PRODUCTION IN SOUTHERN AFRICAN REGION –
The World Food Programme wants to reinvent farming for black African smallholders who have proven over the past half-a-century of ‘independence from colonial invaders’ that they cannot farm, actually hate to farm and aren’t interested in farming: not even when the land, the seeds, the house,the livestock and the tractors are given to them for free and their children, grannies and wives work for them as cheap live-in virtual slave-labourers:
In 2007 – the World Food Programme still was a major buyer of food in the world. In 2008 it announced that it ‘will use its purchasing power to contribute to a green revolution in Africa and to market development on smallholdings —a powerful incentive for agricultural production. “This agreement assures farmers a market, without which many well-meaning efforts to increase farm production have failed”, they claimed. The previus year the WFP had purchased a record amount of food—US$612 million in 69 ‘developing’ countries—of which US$253 million was in Africa – most notably they had bought in Uganda, Sudan, Kenya, Zambia and Malawi. They are trying very hard to make the African continent food-self-sufficient, in other words. From 2001-2007, WFP purchased more than US$1.2 billion of food on what they described as ‘domestic markets in Africa.” (The WFP omitted the fact that they placed these orders with the SA farmers’ commercial cooperatives…). Now however the WFP has announced a ‘new partnership with smallholders in Africa ‘which could result in millions more being spent in potential breadbasket areas where surpluses exist.”
“FAO Director-General Mr. Jacques Diouf said: “Unlocking the potential of agriculture in Africa is a huge challenge, but it can be done…’ …and said former UN-secretary Kofi Annan: “We hope to spur a green revolution in Africa which respects biodiversity and the continent’s distinct regions and great variety of crops—from millet and sorghum in the Sahel, to the root and tuber belts that cut across humid West Africa, to maize in the high and lowland areas of Eastern and Southern Africa,” he said – now the chairman of the board of ‘AGRA’… http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2008/1000855/index.html
South Africa’s Brave new world:- the beloved country since the end of apartheid
There never was a Mandela miracle – the “real miracle”, says RW Johnson, was how the last Afrikaner president, FW de Klerk “led the white minority to surrender its power peacefully”.
Murdered farmers’ names in South Africa: since 1994 http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com/2010/12/farm-murders-victim-names-1994-2010_24.html
White squatter camps in South Africa denied food-aid by ANC-regime: http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com/2010/07/white-squatter-camps-mushroom.html
Health care collapses over holiday season, SA – Sunday Times:
Mothers had to cradle newborn babies in bloodied beds and shocking, unhygienic conditions prevailed at two state hospitals where laundry services collapsed during the festive season. http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/article839695.ece/Patients-left-in-bloodied-beds