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Good news! Tropical storm causes no damage and no deaths in Africa!

(Wednesday blog)

The BBC are reporting that hundreds have been killed and tens of thousands have been made homeless in Mozambique and Rhodesia (also known as Hell-hole Zimbabwe) due to a tropical storm or cyclone. And the BBC have blamed “the effects of rising waters brought about by climate change” for the storm.

But I believe the whole BBC report is a pack of lies. I believe nobody was killed by the storm and no damage was done at all. As for blaming supposed Climate Change!!!!!!!!!

Of course, there was a storm. And many homes were damaged and a few people were killed. But the clue as to why there were damage and deaths came when a BBC reported said that many “flimsy” homes were destroyed. So, if the Mozambicans hadn’t had flimsy homes, if they had solid, well-built homes, perhaps there would have been minimal damage from the storm and even no deaths?

So, why do Mozambicans have flimsy homes?

Clue number 1 – out of control population growth

The population shot up from 6.1 million in 1950 to about 19 million by 1999:

Then from 2000 to now the population of this excremental dump increased further to around 30 million:

(sorry the charts are difficult to read)

Mozambique’s fertility rate is around 5.5 children per female and there are almost one million more Mozambicans every year. No African country can grow its economy fast enough to cope with this rate of population growth. So, every year the average income per capita in Mozambique reduces (just as it does in almost every African country).

Clue 2 – It’s basket-case Africa

Then we have the problem that Mozambique is in hopeless, basket-case Africa. Like most African sh*t-holes Mozambique had a lengthy civil war. In Mozambique this lasted from 1977 to 1992. And, of course, Mozambique had a Marxist government that did a Maduro – totally destroyed what little economy there was. Add to that widespread corruption – Mozambique is one of the most corrupt countries in the world – and you have a typical African scenario. As the UN reported “the country remains one of the poorest and most underdeveloped in the world. In a 2006 survey, three-quarters of Mozambicans said that in the past five years their economic position had remained the same or become worse”.

Clue 3 – It’s not Climate Change

I won’t even waste your time debunking the BBC’s claim that Climate Change is responsible for the strength of the storm. Mozambique has a storm season every year and there were massive cyclones in 2000 and in many years before that. It’s called ‘weather’ and it’s totally predictable that there will be storms. Oh, and sea levels are not rising.

Clue 4 – What about Zimbabwe?

There were also deaths and damage in Rhodesia (which unfortunately for Rhodesians became Zimbabwe). I hardly need to spend any time reminding readers of how Zimbabwe went from being the wealthy bread-basket of Africa to a violent, impoverished part of hell due to greed, economic mismanagement and stupidity.

Conclusion – don’t believe a word the BBC says

Yes, there have been a few weather-related problems in backward, poverty-stricken, hopeless sh*t-hole Mozambique and Rhodesia. But they’re due to over-population, corruption, stupidity and civil war.

Don’t believe a word the British Brainwashing Corporation says.

But our useless government will hand over millions of borrowed pounds in foreign aid to Mozambique’s and Zimbabwe’s utterly corrupt rulers, all of which will end up in the Mozambique’s and Zimbabwe’s elites’ already bulging offshore bank accounts.

2 comments to Good news! Tropical storm causes no damage and no deaths in Africa!

  • A Thorpe

    I thought the same about blame being put on climate change. I stopped watching BBC News about two years ago and only occasionally watch Sky News but they are just the same on this issue.

    The east coast of the USA has problems but not as severe. The reasons are increasing population and the desire to live near the coast, so with every storm more people are affected. Although buildings are better in the USA there is still damage and this might be increased because of funnelling effects of the wind. The problems in Africa and the third world are both population and poor buildings.

    If climate change had been all the rage years ago I wonder whether it would have been blamed for the Fire of London or even Nero’s fire of Rome.

    But why do we get the incorrect analysis of issues by politicians and the media? This is the real problem. I believe this is a policy of socialists. Revolution has not worked for them. They thought that after the Russian revolution it would spread to Europe. The socialists now have other policies. Firstly, they try to separate themselves from the USSR, but the clue is in the name. They also attack the Nazi’s and Fascists but essentially they were socialists with extras. They use Social Democracy to hide their true intent. They have adopted the high moral ground with equality and human rights and encourage a high dependency on state support. Universal suffrage and democracy is a sham, which is now exposed by the EU Referendum. Immigrants increase the numbers depending on the state. With climate change and other world wide problems they claim that individual countries cannot deal with it. This is why we have Brian Cox supporting human caused climate change even though the physics does not support it. He wants a world unit to deal with it, and he will be one of its leaders. People like him know the ignorant masses will believe them and so socialism slowly creeps into every area of our life. The IMF was set up as a world organisation to bring financial stability but it has not achieved that. It has created powerful, well paid people. That is the socialist way. They EU has done exactly the same with the Brussels mafia.

  • William Boreham

    I see that cretinous idiot, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has said that the British Empire was ‘unchristian ‘ and driven by a sense of superiority, but was really based on abuse and exploitation.’
    Will someone take him aside and try to knock into his thick head that when we British first arrived in Africa, we found primitive tribal societies, with no written language and had yet to invent the wheel. When we left, we left behind roads, railways, telephone and telegraph services, farms, factories, fisheries, mines, trained police forces and a civil service. And after ‘Independence,’ it all reverted back to their primitive tribal way of life, apart from those enterprises still managed by white folk.
    Zimbabwe is a classic case. It was an old colony of the British Empire, (named Rhodesia) under a white leader, Ian Smith, they declared ‘Independence’ from British rule in 65.
    Unfortunately for the future of Rhodesia – it was independence under a white dominated government and, naturally, one can’t have a white man in charge in Africa, so Britain and the UN, declared that unacceptable and introduced economic sanctions to the land. UN sanctions and a guerrilla uprising finally led to ‘free’ elections in 1979 and independence (as Zimbabwe) in 1980.
    Now – despite years of sanctions, this, from a booklet I still possess produced in 1982 by the former British Overseas Trade Board as an aid to British companies intending to do business in the new Zimbabwe:
    “Despite the severe strains imposed on Southern Rhodesia during the last few years of civil war, and to a lesser degree by UN sanctions, the economy inherited by the first government of Zimbabwe in April 1980 was sound in infrastructure and resources. External trade was in a favourable balance; foreign debt, including pre-UDI commitments, was of manageable proportions; and the inflation rate, which rose steeply in 1979, was back to a single figure.”
    Exchange rate was Z$ 10 to the pound sterling.
    (In fact, Smith handed over an economy better than ours is right now with our £2 trillion national debt!)
    Now, just one indication of what happened after Mugabe took over was when I read a couple of years ago: “Zimbabweans will start exchanging ‘quadrillions’ of local dollars for a few US dollars next week, as President Robert Mugabe’s government discards its virtually worthless national currency, the central bank said on Thursday. Bank accounts with balances of up to 175 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars will be paid $5. Those with balances above 175 quadrillion dollars will be paid at an exchange rate of $1 to 35 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars.”
    And as for ‘slavery’ – Muhammad Ali summed it up some years back when asked what he thought of Africa while there to fight Foreman – “I’m glad my grandpappy got on that boat!”

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