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Please give generously! The Crocodile needs/wants your money!

(Friday blog)

If you were watching TV last night you probably saw the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) appeal for your money to help all those millions supposedly affected by Cyclone Idai. And you would have been told what £10 and £20 and £50 would buy for these poor people. For example, £50 would buy food for a family for a month.

But do the affected countries really need our money? Let’s have a look at two of the worst affected countries – Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

Hell on earth – Zimbabwe

Here’s Zimbabwe’s former ruler for about 40 years kindly old Uncle Bob Mugabe with his lovely wife Grace:

They’re probably among the richest people in Africa. How much money does Uncle Bob have? Who knows? But most estimates put Bob’s wealth at anywhere between $1bn and $4bn – almost all of it hidden away far from the country he has ruined (sorry, I meant ‘ruled’) for so long. Seems like Uncle Bob could personally pay for saving his people from their misery just by dipping into his own petty cash account.

Then there’s Uncle Bob’s ‘democratically-elected’ successor Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, the man known as “the crocodile” because of his political cunning and his habit of having people killed:

How much money does lucky Mr Mnangagwa have? We don’t know. But it’s believed to be around $2.7bn and growing every year. He is rumoured to own a few diamond mines, lots of farm land and to control a monopoly on Zimbabwe’s fuel supplies amongst many other lucrative business interests.

As Uncle Bob’s right-hand man for the last few decades Mr Mnangagwa is jointly responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths and the destruction of his once fertile and wealthy country. Between them these two clowns have caused many times more destruction and loss of life than little Cyclone Idai. Under their misrule life expectancy in Zimbabwe fell to 34 years for a female and 37 years for a male – the lowest in the world, even lower than North Korea. And between them, these two clowns could easily pay for all the Cyclone Idai damage and still have enough money left over to live like royalty for the rest of their lives.

Yet the look-at-me, holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling luvvies presenting the Disasters Emergency Committee appeal tell us that we must give generously to help Zimbabwe!

Not much better – Mozambique

How about Mozambique? Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, also spelled Nyussi, is a Mozambican politician serving as the fourth President of Mozambique, in office since 2015. He previously served as Minister of Defence from 2008 to 2014. Nyusi was the candidate of the ruling party, Frelimo, in the 2014 presidential election. Frelimo has, conveniently for Frelimo, ruined (sorry, I meant ‘ruled’) poor, long-suffering Mozambique since about 1975

Here’s Nyusi meeting with the useless drunk in Brussels:

No doubt Nyusi was negotiating lots more lovely foreign aid for his godforsaken, poverty-stricken sh*t-hole of a country.

He was criticised recently for buying himself a $7m private jet using money ‘borrowed’ from Mozambique’s national bank to fly to Mnangagwa’s inauguration in neighbouring Zimbabwe. Here’s Nyusi with a picture of the type of private jet he so generously gave himself while the West pours hundreds of millions of dollars of aid into his rotten, excrement-covered hell-hole of a country:

He is believed to have been put in power by a totally corrupt ruling cabal of former Frelimo commanders who are plundering their country’s mining and gas industries to massively enrich themselves.

Yet we’re told that we must give generously to help supposedly poverty-stricken Mozambique!

How African leaders must be laughing at our stupidity!

It’s the same over all Africa

And here, for anyone who hasn’t seen it, is a video I made explaining what really happens to the hundreds of billions Africa has received in foreign aid from the gullible West making every day like Christmas for Africa’s lucky rulers. Enjoy:

5 comments to Please give generously! The Crocodile needs/wants your money!

  • PeterW

    How times change! I can remember the good old days when that great national institution, the BBC, used to hold up Mugabe as the prototypical corrupt dictator. And then, silence. So what changed? Was it the progressive introduction of, and idolisation of, equality and diversity? Or, perhaps, more tellingly, was it the recognition of, and publication of the details of, the disgrace of the Expenses Scandals of the BBC’s belovedMembers Of Parliament, an august body of individuals to whom the BBC shows excessive deference and provides needless salary enhancements? Mugabe and others must have learned so much, and so well, from our Members Of Parliament

  • William Boreham

    And of course, these monsters preside over countries that, thanks to the likes of Oxfam, Save the Children etc, experience huge population increases. Over 80 million new mouths to feed every year and most of them from countries that contribute nothing to the modern, highly advanced world
    African numbers will double to 2.5 billion by 2050. Which brings into question the future demand on the planetary resources like fresh water, fish stocks, fertile topsoils, etc. An e-mail to me yesterday, it seems a disaster in the USA, already raises questions on the ability to feed future billions.
    Catastrophic Flooding In The Midwest Could Last “For Months” – And That Is Going To Mean A Dramatic Drop In U.S. Food Production.
    “This disaster is going to have a dramatic impact on our ability to grow our own food, and even if everything went perfectly from this point forward we are talking about a recovery that would take many, many years.”
    Food prices are about to start soaring in a major way.  There has not been such a massive blow to U.S. food production in an entire lifetime.
    As some ecologist said: “Just a couple feet of soil standing between prosperity and desolation, civilizations that plow through their soil vanish.”
    God knows what sort of future our grandchildren face.


  • A Thorpe

    David, did you see the Channel 5 documentary “Mega Volcano: Draining the Pacific” on 21 March? There was discussion of a Tsunami hitting the coast of Cascadia in 1700. It pointed out that there is no written record but the First Nation Peoples have a oral history about it. The moral of the event was “don’t build your village too close to the beach.” We seem to be getting more stupid as every year passes.

  • Roy Hartwell

    A. Thorpe I watched that last night and asked myself why we waste so much time, effort and MONEY on so-called Anthropogenic Climate Change when the real threats are so obvious.
    Truth is, if it happens they’ll blame it on climate change !!

  • Stillreading

    Wasn’t more carbon released 7 or 8 years ago from the eruption of that Icelandic volcano with the unpronounceable name than from decades of worldwide use of the internal combustion engines? And William Boreham is right, as I’ve commented before. The ONLY salvation for the world’s population longer term is a drastic reduction in the rate of production of that population, a process which could lead eventually to education for all, more and better food for those who ARE born, and general prosperity. But few of the so-called “World Religions” will even begin to countenance widespread, effective birth control. So the eventual disaster is both predictable and unavoidable – it’s merely a matter of time.

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