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As we go about our lives every day, there is much strife in the world, we are aware of it in many places, but the world seems to remain blind to this to a large extent.  That South Africa is no exception. Their white farmers are being slaughtered, their wives, children brutally raped and killed, their farms destroyed, their animals killed, their crops in ruin. It is an ugly situation, with a president that openly dances and sings about killing the Boers.  Zuma is a disgrace, as a human being, and as the leader of that country.  The whites are outnumbered by about a 9 to 1 ratio.  Today, the farmers stood together and protested against the unfairness of the situation. The videos I'm going to post are from a Prof. H, they are from today.  My heart goes out to them.  I loved South Africa and all it's beauty, and saw many of their farms.  I cannot imagine what it must be like to live remote, on a farm like they do, and yet have to be constantly on guard for an attack, night and day, in which you and your loved ones most likely will be brutally murdered for no reason, other than that you are a farmer.  I am reminded of this "But for the grace of God, there go I." 

Steve Hofmeyr - Black Monday S.O.S.

 

#BlackMonday protest delays matriculants writing exams

 

Farmers gather at Voortrekker Monument for #BlackMonday

 

Makwassie Hills Black Monday protest against farm murders

 

#BlackMonday: Farmers protest against farm murders

 

BlackMonday video Sone Grobbelaar

 

 

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Majority party in troubled nation plans to seize private land

Dec. 21, 2017

South African ANC leader's agenda ominously similar to Zimbabwe's

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"Cyril Ramaphosa, the new leader of South Africa’s dominant African National Congress (ANC) party, has promised a “radical economic transformation” for the country, including the possibility of seizing land without compensation.

“This conference has resolved that the expropriation of land without compensation should be among the mechanisms available to government to effect to land reform and redistribution,” he declared.

He added that any redistribution must be done in a way that is “sustainable.”

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A considerable portion of land in South Africa is owned by white farmers, though their status is hardly privileged. White farmers have been under siege, suffering a murder rate 20 times the international average."

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http://www.wnd.com/2017/12/majority-party-in-troubled-nation-plans-to-seize-private-land/

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South Africa's Farm Murders: Jeanine's Story

 

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South Africa's Farm Wives: A Life of Fear

 

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South Africa’s New President: “We Will Seize White Land”

Feb. 18, 2018

"South Africa’s new president Cyril Ramaphosa—widely being hailed as that country’s new savior—has vowed to implement a policy of confiscating white farmland without compensation and handing it over to blacks—even though he has admitted that land already given to black famers is “derelict.”

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According to reports in the South African media, Ramaphosa said that the policy of land expropriation of land without compensation was taken by the ANC at its 54th Congress, where he was elected ANC President.

“We will accelerate our land redistribution program not only to redress a grave historical injustice, but also to bring more producers into the agricultural sector and to make more land available for cultivation,” Ramaphosa said during his maiden State of the Nation Address in Parliament last Friday.

“We will pursue a comprehensive approach that makes effective use of all the mechanisms at our disposal. Guided by the resolutions of the 54th National Conference of the governing party, this approach will include the expropriation of land without compensation,” he said.

He said the policy would work to ensure that the land is “returned to those from whom it was taken under colonialism and apartheid”.

He also called on financial institutions to help mobilize resources to “accelerate the land redistribution program” saying that “increased investment will be needed in this sector..

Earlier, Ramaphosa told the News24 news service that he would like a study of farms that have been reclaimed or redistributed to black South Africans since 1994.

The real issue, though, is that most of the redistributed land is lying derelict at the moment,” he said. “It’s not being worked.”

http://newobserveronline.com/south-africas-new-president-we-will-seize-white-land/

It seems nothing was learned by what happened in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)

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Very appreciating your posts on the thread, breezy!

Yes we knew the SAME shamed head replacing the old. 。:゚(。ノω\。)゚・。

But let's never to lose our hope, and let's keep on burning our HOPE for the people to be released from the slavery!

If we stop doing that, I feel that also makes the situation worse....for our individual consciousness influence the surrounding reality so much these days....

Let's never forget about our sisters and brothers suffering out there daily, whether black or white or anyone and anything in between.....we are one.

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The situation gets more tedious by the day in So. Africa.  I don't want to see anyone on either end of this, either giving or receiving, just because one person, or group, has decided it should be so. Things need to change, and quickly.  I recall hearing the same sort of things in the US just recently.  In fact a Univ in Calif. was going to offer classes for whites to teach them how to reject their whiteness.  Come on now, doesn't that border on ridiculous?  The world as a whole, needs to pay attention to this type of situation anywhere it occurs.

"Racist South African Political Leader Julius Malema: “Go After the White Man… We Are Cutting the Throat of Whiteness”

March 6, 2018   Jim Hoft

"In 2011 South Africa youth leader Julius Malema told his supporters that the white farmer’s land must be shared by all black Africans.

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He was arrested for playing “Kill the Boer (white man)” song at his rallies.

The South African Parliament voted to confiscate land from white farmers without payment last week.

On Sunday night Julius Malema called on his followers to go after the white man and cut the throat of whiteness.

Julius Malema: Go after a white man… We are cutting the throat of whiteness.”

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http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/racist-south-african-political-leader-julius-malema-go-white-man-cutting-throat-whiteness/

The following is a good video from a couple years ago that explains how it's going, and it's been downhill from this point.

Dan Roodt: "The South African Crisis in World Perspective"

 

 

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South African politician says Australia is a ‘racist country’, farmers should ‘leave the keys’ when they go

March 22, 2018  Frank Chung

SOUTH Africa’s radical opposition leader says white farmers should leave for “racist” Australia, but insists “we are not killing them”.

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"IF WHITE farmers want to flee for a “racist country” like Australia they should leave the keys to their houses and tractors behind, the head of South Africa’s radical Marxist opposition party says.

But Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema, who recently declared his party was “cutting the throat of whiteness”, denied white farmers were being killed. “We don’t know violence, we know negotiations,” Malema told a packed Human Rights Day rally in Mpumalanga Stadium on Wednesday.

“And we are very robust in our engagement sometimes. A racist country like Australia says: ‘The white farmers are being killed in South Africa.’ We are not killing them. Now Australia says: ‘Malema, EFF want to kill white farmers, they must come to Australia.’

“If they want to go, they must go. They must leave the keys to their tractors because we want to work the land, they must leave the keys to their houses because we want to stay in those houses. They must leave everything they did not come here with in South Africa and go to Australia.”

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http://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/world-economy/south-african-politician-says-australia-is-a-racist-country-farmers-should-leave-the-keys-when-they-go/news-story/e98607c4fa66d30d9b2731aa30e2a956

Thank You Australia!  

 

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WATCH: Protesters set property alight in Hermanus protest

March 26, 2018    Kaveel Singh

 

"The situation in the coastal town of Hermanus remains tense as groups of protesters are still in a stand-off with police.

Netwerk24 reported that Hermanus Primary School and High School had closed on Monday due to the ongoing protests.

There is a strong police presence in the Western Cape Overberg town after attempts at a land invasion over the weekend."

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https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/schools-close-early-in-hermanus-as-tense-standoff-with-protesters-continue-20180326

The "protesters" were not locals, they were brought in on busses.  They burned down the police station and a library.  Not like you might need them, right?  Sad and volatile situation right now.   This is a town in the Western Cape.

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Protests around Kruger National Park leaves grim footprint

March 29, 2018

"Some tourists vowed never to return to the Kruger National Park after encountering protesters earlier this week.

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"MBOMBELA – A group of Australian tourists vowed never to return to the Kruger National Park after encountering protesters hindering their visit.
The Paul Kruger, Phabeni and Numbi gates were inaccessible due to service-delivery protests that took place on the R536 and R538 earlier this week.

Col Mtsholi Bhembe said the police swept through the area clean on Tuesday, and in the process arrested 23 protesters for public violence. SANParks’ Rey Thakuli said all gates were open by the time of going to press on Wednesday.

R538 to Numbi Gate open and safe for motorists -23 arrests made

The protests caused havoc among tour operators, who had to explain to expectant international tourists that these roads were closed because of the adjacent community having blockaded it with burning tyres and rubble. Guests and tour operators alike were advised to use alternative routes such as the Malelane or Orpen gates, which for some, caused a massive loss in business.
“The tourists were in a state of shock and panic. We were forced to cancel the trip and refund the customers. On the same day, with a bitter taste in their mouths, they left the Lowveld and took a plane to Cape Town. After an hour waiting it out at Mugg & Bean in Hazyview, we cancelled the trip and they vowed never to return,” said Hennie Bekker, co-owner of Private Kruger Safaris."

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https://lowvelder.co.za/427721/protests-around-kruger-national-park-leaves-grim-footprint/

We used the gate at Malelane one time, so it's sad to read about these goings on affecting Kruger, no other place like it in the world.  Wish it wasn't so.

https://twitter.com/AdrianaStuijt          copy/paste and go for that link

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White Land Expropriation In South Africa | Ernst Roets and Stefan Molyneux

 

 

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Avi Yemini at Perth protest against South African genocide

 

Thank you Australia!

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Protesters in North West say they will burn doctors who treat patients

May 4, 2018        Katharine Child

"Protesters are again blocking access to hospitals in the North West and are threatening to burn doctors who try to access their workplaces to treat patients.

On Friday morning, protesters blocked access to Potchefstroom Hospital. Doctors trying to access the hospital have been threatened with being burnt, Dr Ebrahim Veriava‚ a specialist at Tshepong Hospital, said.

He is monitoring the effect of the protests on his colleagues and the hospitals serving poor and disadvantaged patients.

One doctor took a video of burning tyres outside the hospital. Another doctor sent Veriava pictures of strikers who were removing doctors from wards of Klerksdorp Hospital.

Klerksdorp is a referral hospital treating the sickest patients from across the province but is now short-staffed‚ he explained.

This comes as the South African National Defence Force said its involvement in the crisis had rendered the situation back to normal.

 

Union Nehawu has been on a go-slow in the province since February‚ disrupting medicine supply at the main medicine warehouse, and is now keeping nurses from work. The union is tired of corruption in the health sector and a shortage of medical staff in hospitals.

The number of available posts for doctors and nurses has apparently dropped by more than 1,000 in the past three years‚ according to the Rural Health Project.

The union also wants North West premier Supra Mahumapelo to resign."

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https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2018-05-04-protesters-in-north-west-say-they-will-burn-doctors-who-treat-patients/

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Roads closed, cars set alight in Cape Town protest

May 2, 2018  Lavan Pijoos

 

"Protesters have barricaded several roads, damaged property and set a truck alight in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Jakes Gerwel Drive near Mitchells Plain and Highlands Drive have been closed off. 

City of Cape Town law enforcement spokesperson Wayne Dyason said Weltevreden, Morgenster, Varkensvlei and Fulan had also been closed off.

 

"Dyason said the roads had been barricaded by protesters who pushed two large containers into the road. Shops and a taxi had also been stoned.

"The reason for the protest is unclear, but we have emergency services on the scene," Dyason said.

According to Dyason, an ATM at a Caltex garage and fruit and vegetable store were damaged.

In Johannesburg, the N12 between Lenasia and the N1 near Grasmere tollgate had been re-opened following earlier protests.

Johannesburg Metro Police Department spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said officers had also cleared the N17 of burning tyres and rocks."

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https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/roads-closed-cars-set-alight-in-cape-town-protest-20180502

 

 


 

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Sounds to me as though the non Boer's are the ones declaring civil war.  

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