UGANDA: A Genuinely Black State

When he seized power nearly two years ago, General Idi ("Big Daddy") Amin Dada was not openly hostile to Uganda's foreign residents. But lately he has been vowing to make his country "the first genuinely black African state, " and it is now painfully clear what he means. If Big Daddy has his way, the only people allowed to live permanently in Uganda will be blacks.

Amin has already driven 26,000 Asians into exile. He has ordered the remaining 1,100 Asians, who are Ugandan citizens, to abandon their homes and businesses in the towns and become farmers...

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