Zimbabwe is the only place in the world where white people know they are not from there. No one from outside of Zimbabwe lives there. The only foreigner is someone who wants to use Zimboz’s special rights because of its history. Not just white people but also Chinese people who act badly should go back to where they came from. This is why the US is worried about Zimbabwe: it could wake up others.
White people in Zimbabwe are never cocky; they are always humble and know their place. In South Africa and Namibia, I saw white people who were full of themselves. Zimbabwe should have kept white people; that’s a fact. Now, Zimbos are jumping fences and going to South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia to live with their former bosses, which doesn’t make sense.
Zimbabwe should have kept white people; that’s a fact. Now, Zimbos are jumping fences and going to South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia to live with their former bosses, which doesn’t make sense. That makes no sense and is not true. Take away the economic sanctions that have been put on the country and see if people will start crossing the borders.
The Zimbabwean operation Dudula wasn’t confused; it was clear that if your skin isn’t like mine, you don’t belong here. In fact, this is how most African countries are. South Africa is the only country that is different.
The more you travel, the stranger South Africa seems. Germany used to rule over Tanzania, but now everyone there speaks Swahili. There is no other language that is official.
We don’t treat them like they’re from another country. They’re just like us, and racism has no place here. Cross the Limpopo if you want to be racist. And what does that mean for Zimbabwe? Zimbabweans rushing to South Africa to work for foreigners?
We don’t treat them like foreigners because they are usually Zimbabweans. Racism has no place here. Speak for yourself. Zimbabwe is a melting pot. The Zimbabwean cricket team is made up of white men.
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