The Nova Europa Project, dedicated to securing a European homeland, has launched an urgent appeal to raise $700 (equivalent to £500, or €652) in order to fly a delegate from the Boer farmer organization, TAU, in South Africa, to Hungary to investigate the possibility of moving Boer farmers to that European country en masse.
An article on the Project Nova Europa website details the background to their appeal, noting that for the first time, local governments in Hungary had formally expressed their desire to resettle Boer farmers in large numbers on already vacant farms in order to repopulate entire regions.
Being a Boer farmer is the most dangerous occupation in the world. There were 250 violent farm attacks in South Africa during 2015, in which 60 farmers were murdered.
For the period 1994 to 2014, the average farmer murder rate was 62 per year.
Expressed as a percentage of the actual number of farmers (30,000), this works out to a mathematically expressed murder rate of 133 per 100,000 people.
Compare this to the national murder rate for all of America, which is 9.8 per 100,000 inhabitants.
Even El Salvador, the most violent country on earth, has a murder rate of 65 per 100,000 inhabitants!
The farmer murder rate in South Africa qualifies as genocide by any measure—and they need our help.
The oldest commercial farmers’ union in South Africa, founded in 1897, is called TAU South Africa.
In November 2015, that organization’s Assistant General Manager, Henk van de Graaf, made a formal submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council Forum on Minority Issues, held in Geneva, Switzerland, in November 2015.
That submission pointed out that the murder rate of Boer farmers is “a form of terrorism, as is being experienced in France and other parts of the world.”
“At the same time a process of land reform is initiated by our government which leads to farmers being displaced from their land and territories.
“Historically ungrounded accusations are made by governmental officials and members of the majority in the country that the Afrikaner farmers have stolen their land.
“Together with a president who sings a song: ‘Bring me my machine gun,’ a climate for violence and atrocity crimes is created, with the judicial system not attending to it as would have been expected,” the submission continued.
Mr Van de Graaf went on to point out that the main problem in South Africa was the “inability of the South African Police Services to properly investigate crimes, and in particular farm murders,” which means that they are not even capable of preventing such attacks from taking place.
There is, Mr Van de Graaf added, a “singular unwillingness to bring the perpetrators to book.” This results in only a “small percentage of perpetrators” being caught and effectively prosecuted.
“Afrikaners are not promoted in the law enforcement bodies, as a result of stringent black economic empowerment principles applied in South Africa pertaining to jobs and posts in the government. This applies in particular to the police.
“Criminal complaints by farmers and Afrikaners are not pursued with the same rigour and diligence applied to other complainants.
“Crimes against the farming community have essentially been ignored by the South African government and the SAPS. The government clearly has no political will to attend to its responsibilities in this regard and it wilfully neglects the rights of minorities in this regard.”
This then is the situation as it exists today. Boer farmers are being murdered out wholesale in a genocidal wave of bloodlust, which can only end with their complete extinction.
Farmers have been offered relocation opportunities elsewhere in Africa, but that has literally meant jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
Now however, a real and tangible opportunity has opened up—and you can play a role in helping to make the first step a reality.
In rural Hungary—a staunchly pro-European nation—many local authorities have pressing depopulation problems, and have literally thousands of now uninhabited farms. They desperately want to repopulate these farmsteads—and many of these towns have now formally expressed an interest in offering them to Boer farmers.
This would be a perfect solution: it would help the Boers escape certain extinction, and it would boost an already staunchly pro-European nation like Hungary.
The TAU-South Africa wants to send a one-man delegation to Hungary in February 2016. The purpose of this mission will be to accurately scope out the opportunities on offer, and investigate the legal formalities which will be involved in such a project.
Due to the staggering incompetence of the current ANC government in South Africa, that country’s currency continues to devaluate, Zimbabwe style, day-by-day. The TAU-South Africa needs help to send its delegate to Hungary—Can you help?
We urgently need just £500 to cover the airfare. Our friends in Hungary will take care of the rest.
Please help us to help the Boers of South Africa now! This could be one of the greatest inter-European co-operation and survival efforts yet seen, and can be historical in its impact!
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