But don’t take my word for it. You can always go to the movies to escape reality… and the oppression of white people:
Giant Rats Are Taking Over South Africa
As fiction, the symbolism would be too heavy-handed. But this is real life. Giant rats are taking over South Africa:
Johannesburg’s environmental health department said it is concerned by how quickly the rats are breeding, while the report stated an abundance of food for the rodents means their numbers are thriving.
The rats are not only numerous but huge. A recently caught “Ratzilla” weighs in at 1½ pounds (1 pound is big). According to city officials, there are “at least a dozen incidents a day” of rats biting Johannesburg residents. This of course spreads disease.
The problem isn’t limited to Johannesburg. Out in the townships, small children and old people have died after rats chewed their faces off. The rats are said to grow to 3 feet (counting the tail), with 1″ teeth.
A more apt metaphor for communist terrorist Nelson Mandela’s ballyhooed transformation of South Africa from an advanced and prosperous country to what you might call a s***hole would be hard to imagine.
At least South Africans are finally rid of President Jacob Zuma. But don’t expect the situation to improve under the newly installed Cyril Ramaphosa, also of the African National Congress. In his first State of the Nation address last Friday, he promised to “confront the injustices of the past and the inequalities of the present.” That means full steam ahead with race-based Marxism. Intones the new tyrant:
“We will accelerate our land redistribution program not only to redress a grave historical injustice, but also to bring more producers into the agricultural sector and to make more land available for cultivation.
“This approach will include the expropriation of land without compensation,” he added.
This will have the same effect in South Africa that it had in Zimbabwe, where an identical policy quickly reduced the Breadbasket of Africa to starvation.
Mandela handpicked Ramaphosa to succeed him. The dead moonbat icon finally got his way.
At least the hordes of giant rats will provide South Africans with a food source — unless it turns out vice versa.