A member of parliament for South Africa’s ANC party has called for white famers to be “buried alive” during a parliamentary debate on the ongoing genocide being perpetrated against white people in that country by blacks.
There have been at least 15 farm murders in South Africa since February 1, 2017, the minority civil rights group AfriForum has announced as it held a wreath-laying ceremony in the town of Middelburg where British national Sue Howarth was tortured to death in the latest such attack by blacks on whites in that country.
Yet another formerly prosperous farm taken over by “emerging black farmers” in South Africa has collapsed, even though it had been hailed as a “model for land reform projects” by that country’s ANC government. The farm—taken over in 2011—has already run up millions in debt, has had its power cut off, and has had many of its fixtures stolen and sold for scrap.
Four blacks—one a Zimbabwean—will appear next Monday in court for a brutal farm murder in South Africa in which the bound white victim was thrown alive into a crocodile pit, the Maroela Media news service has reported. Dr. Louis John Botha, 64, a game farmer from the north east Swartwater area, Limpopo, was brutally murdered by four attackers over the last weekend of February.
“Bullet proof vests in the suburbs; universities trashed; rector’s office petrol bombed; artifacts burnt; farmers murdered; land grabs increase; ‘burn the building and those inside’: ANC Member of Parliament; highway shootings and robberies; 87-year-old bludgeoned in home—twice; restaurateur shot dead; police report 7,000 firearms ‘stolen or missing’; panga attack severs B.Sc. student’s hand: Just another week in blighted South Africa!”
In the most openly anti-white moves to date by the South African government, that nation’s president Jacob Zuma has announced that 2015 will see the first Zimbabwe-style land seizures—and went…
At least ten White South African farmers have already abandoned their home country in the face of offers of land and ultimate citizenship of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia,…