CNN, the most trusted name in fake news. Whenever you want to hear about all the great things Antifa’s done, find out what it takes to be a social justice warrior, or learn a new way to insult our president, CNN is your go-to outlet. Somehow, CNN has once again managed to show the world their tendency to be hypocritical concerning racial issues, but you may not have caught it if you’re not up to date on the latest South African news. 

Basically, in layman’s terms, the former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma finally resigned from his position after numerous scandals and accusations. His successor ended up being a man by the name of Cyril Ramaphosa. Zuma’s scandals and failures included using government money to pay for his giant house (going against the constitution) and a majority of no-confidence votes. Here is a screenshot of people duking it out in parliament over how terrible Jacob Zuma was at being president:

Once Cyril Ramaphosa got installed into office, he vowed that he would not only right the wrongs of the former president, but that he would correct the injustices created when “Europeans stepped foot on their soil” back in the 1600’s. Cyril Ramaphosa said the following about land and property:

“The expropriation of land without compensation is envisaged as one of the measures that we will use to accelerate the redistribution of land to black South Africans.No-one is saying that land must be taken away from our people.” (except for him, he literally just said that.) “Rather it is how can we make sure that our people have equitable access to land and security of tenure. We must see this process of accelerated land redistribution as an opportunity and not as a threat. We must see it as an opportunity to free all of us from the bitterness and pain of the past.”

He spoke a lot about social justice and how whites arriving and inhabiting their land was the “original evil.” What’s not surprising is CNN’s coverage of the speech he gave in Parliment. Not once did they mention his remarks about race, but throughout the entire article, the present theme was, “South Africa has finally gotten rid of their corrupted president! Now, the new president vows to bring peace and unity to all the land saying God will protect them.”

Now suddenly they believe in God? Unless He fits their narrative, they’ve used every opportunity given to them to slander the name of God. To quote them directly, they said, 

“South Africa’s newly installed President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his maiden State of the Nation address on Friday, declaring “a new dawn” that will “confront the injustices of the past and the inequalities of the present,” before vowing to crackdown on corruption. Ramaphosa’s elevation has been welcomed by many South Africans eager for change in the country, which faced nine years of economic stagnation under Zuma.”

They added their evident support for Cyril Ramaphosa’s new plan to take away land from white citizens without paying them for it. 

Ramaphosa said key manufacturing sectors would be overhauled to demonstrate opportunities for international investors and said there would be further actions to boost growth in the agricultural sector.
“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.
RT business reports:
The ruling African National Congress (ANC) party is under pressure to tackle racial disparities in land ownership in South Africa. The country is home to over 50 million people, with whites owning most of the land. According to a recent study, black South Africans constitute 79 percent of the population, but directly own only 1.2 percent of the country’s rural land. Meanwhile, white South Africans, who constitute 9 percent of the country’s population, directly own 23.6 percent of its rural land, and 11.4 percent of land in towns and cities, according to the Land Audit report. 
Whites will be the most affected if President Ramaphosa’s plan comes to pass, and even though Ramphosa is promoting black supremacy, (though he tries to soften the blow and cover his tracks) CNN is covering the event as if it’s some giant leap for racial equality. This is superiority, not equal rights, and CNN has once again shown us that “equality” is another word for condemning the white man. Cyril Ramaphosa will remain in office until 2019 when the elections will be held. Until then, we can only hope that the people of South Africa won’t be kicked out of their homes and left on the streets.