Like the right to buy bread with a billion dollar note?
I'd rather not get into an argument with you regarding the variety of issues associated with the current and past situation in
Rhodesia ZImbabwe, but to clarify, equating Robert Mugabe with so-called "rights" is about as close to the truth as saying 11,200,000% inflation rate is good for the country.
This isn't a black-white issue.
Funny, I have some close relatives in a country named "Zimbabwe", also ruled by a Robert Mugabe...almost as if they changed the name of the country once they ended disenfranchisement of the large majority black population.
Seriously though, sell the fucking house, it's going to get repossessed or lose almost all it's value in the future, since I'm sure you wouldn't want to live around the people that supported your white African lifestyle.
And to the million dollar bread comment...obviously Ian Smith and the negligence of the British government had NOTHING to do with the deplorable economic situation in "Rhodesia"
Listen I am not here to defend the acts of other people, even admittedly perhaps my own family.
Your right, Ian Smith, the UDI, Rhodesian Front, white people, they played a big part in what is going on. But Mugabe has had over 30 years now to improve things, and yet he's been no better than Smith, perhaps some may argue worse.
What that has to do with the general questions of this thread, I am unsure of, however if you have grievances to address or would like to continue such a discussion we can arrange to do so.
Americans are so quick to point out the injustices in other countries, yet Apartheid pretty much was invented by Americans