Obama Praises South African Leader But He Failed To Mention That He Is The Same Leader That Seized White Farmers’ Land Without Compensation (Video)

Barrack Huessin Obama has always presented himself as a king, ruler, and authoritarian, but never performed as a leader or president of a nation. He did as he pleased, tried to establish laws out of his jurisdiction of office while placating the people of The United States by lying so they would believe his motives were for their good when actually the motives were for his legacy and ego.

During his last trip to South Africa, he praised the South African president despite the recent decision to steal land from white farmers without compensation.

Tucker Carlson pointed out these stunning comments on his show.

Tucker Carlson: Obama began his remarks by thanking South African President Cyril Ramaphosa for, quote, “Inspiring great hope in this country.” Now if you’ve been following what’s going on in South Africa you might be shocked by that because it turns out Ramaphosa recently declared that he would change the South African constitution and he will do it for the explicit purpose of persecuting a racial minority, seizing their land without compensation not because they committed a specific crime but because they are the wrong color… Thanks to policies like this many South Africans have already been murdered in race killings and many more are fleeing the country for their lives. It’s not covered here but it’s covered in the rest of the world and it’s real.

Via Tucker Carlson Tonight:

So Obama says that he wants a “free” world and then he goes and do this.

No one, as a former US President, would ever praise the atrocities going on in South Africa.

Share if you think that a former U.S. President shouldn’t praise a leader who wants to seize White Farmers’ Lands!

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