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April 03, 1987 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-03

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South Africa is moving so slowly or not
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tions are the only a way to bring aboui
change. An atom bomb would also
bring about change, but that Would be
counterproductive-- and that's the way
it is with sanction
For people ,outside South Africa,
the policy of sanctions is emotionally
satisfying, but does it help resolve the ,
problems' of that coMplex and troubled
country?
The economic consequences of sanc-
tions =are a. mixed bag: some people are
hurt by them, others are enriched.
Sanctions have added to the unem-
ployment of blacks,, causing them even
more hardship. On the other hand,
some South African whites have bought
- up divested businesses .for ',a song.
Never in their wildest dreams did they
visualize they would get rich so
quickly. Sanctions-busting operations
have grown up (such as, setting >up
fronts in Botswana) which make an ,
end-run around sanctions; others have
a record of swindlini.
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British Airways has found its route to
South Africa to be its most profitable
line. Australia, at the forefront of coun-
tries urging sanctions against South
Africa, lures professionals to immig-
rate. Full-page ads are placed in South
African papers. Blacks need ,not apply
(one will rarely if ever see a black face
in Sydney). Competing on the world
market with essentially- the same prod-
ucts, Australia's exports have found
new outlets.
Many countries seeking sanctions
against South Africa have their own
agenda, and are not really interested in
resolving the social problems of 'South
Africa. The Soviet Union -- the notori-
ous example — cares not one whit
about the welfare of blacks' in Africa.
They have no god but one — zmpire.
For years, the Soviet Unimi has waged;
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Africa. It 'furnishes weapons, free of
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would like to see the economy wrecked
From the ashes, they would produce
another Marxist-type utopia.
American blacks relive their strug-
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