Flemish government gives 30 million euros for land theft

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Flemish government gives 30 million euros for land theft
Flemish government gives 30 million euros for land theft. Photo: Die Vryburger

“It’s a shame!” This was the reaction of the famous Flemish journalist and author, Hector van Oevelen, after it became known that the Flemish National Flanders Alliance government gave 30 million euros (about R525 million) for land reform in South Africa.

Mr. Van Oevelen is a big Boer friend and visited South Africa during the Majubafees for the 26th time, and also delivered a greeting message on behalf of the Flemish.

The semi-right N-VA government expressed its support for land theft during a visit by its minister Didier Reynders to South Africa’s minister Lindiwe Sisulu.

Reynders said that “a balanced situation” should be followed regarding expropriation without compensation, and he believes it is the best way to implement land reform.

Sisulu said the people of the world understood the expropriation process “incorrectly” and that she is pleased that the people of Belgium understand the SA government and give them the 30 million euros.

In Flanders, there is a great dissatisfaction that the so called “nationalist” government is giving away Flemish tax money.

One publication said their government sponsored farm murders with the donation, which is the result of the racist policy choices of the South African government.

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