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Monday, July 17, 2017

Real ‘refugees’? White South Africans facing genocide

WASHINGTON – When President Nelson Mandela took power in South Africa after apartheid, he proclaimed “each of us is as intimately attached to the soil of this beautiful country as are the famous jacaranda trees of Pretoria and the mimosa trees of the bushveld – a rainbow nation at peace with itself and the world.”

Over a decade later, the “rainbow nation” of South Africa is unraveling at an alarming rate, as race relations deteriorate and white farmers face genocidal levels of violence.

Since the 1990s, between 2,000 and 4,000 farmers have been murdered.

White South African farmers are several times more likely to be killed than South African police officers or even American soldiers serving in Iraq.

“Often, they only count the farmer and not his wife and children that were also attacked or murdered,” South African missionary Charl Van Wyk told WND in an interview.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is this America's problem? Because it's white people? No need to spend American money or American lives fixing a South African problem.

Anonymous said...

Good point other than that we always stick our noses and our money where they don't belong.

Anonymous said...

It was America that upended South Africa's government because white people were running the government which everyone agrees now it was a safer place for all back then. Now white farmers are being killed and their farms taken over by people that can't run them and they wonder why they're starving.

Anonymous said...

None of our business, we have enough on our plate here in the U.S.A!

Shadow said...

Once a beautiful country- now run into the dirt by thugs and murderous thieves.

Anonymous said...

It isn't "us" or "we" here.
Why do the commenters identify with the US Government?

The Government is an entity.
It happens to enslave the people who live in the jurisdiction of the United States (us and we).

Stop speaking of America as "us" and "we" and so on when the correct pronoun is "The US Government"
Once you do this, things will make more sense to you.

Shadow said...

12:36 you are an idiot and make no sense at all- the US Government does not enslave us. Move somewhere else to find out.