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Day of Infamy — April 6, 1994

Is history about to repeat itself, but this time in South Africa with the whites being today’s target? If Julius Malema and his “kill whites” policy adherents have their way, the answer is likely to be “yes.” By Morgan Norval … Continue reading

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Rhodesia: 50 Years Later

Robert Mugabe’s “liberation” group – Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) became the chief terrorist organization in Rhodesia supported by the Communist Chinese and was handed power in former Rhodesia – now Zimbabwe – by the duplicitous British Labour government and the feckless Democrat administration of President Jimmy Carter. Rhodesia’s Prime Minister, Ian Smith, summed it up best by declaring, “We were never beaten by our enemies, we were betrayed by our friends.” Continue reading

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