Russia, not the United States, is suddenly the land of opportunity for migrant farmers and African refugees

Russia, not the United States, is suddenly the land of opportunity for migrant farmers and African refugees

Perhaps one of the biggest ironies to emerge globally in the so-called 'refugee crisis' is that while both the United States and Europe seek to close their borders with new immigration laws, one nation is actually welcoming in migrant farmers from Africa who truly fall under the label of requiring amnesty.

This group of people desperately needing refuge of course are the long-time white farmers and land owners from South Africa who are being brutalized, tortured, and even killed by the apathy of the communist black run government that recently passed laws allowing for the nationalization and redistribution of lands held by these farmers for hundreds of years.  And while the United Nations and most of the world does nothing in the wake of this illegal genocide, it is the 'vilified' state of Russia who is stepping up to welcome these refugees in to their growing land of opportunity.

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