Sunday, June 30, 2013

Murders of Afrikaner farmers

There's a report in the Daily Mail on the situation in South Africa which reveals some disturbing statistics regarding Afrikaner farmers.

There were 25 white farmers murdered last month alone in South Africa:
Last month alone there were 25 murders of white landowners, and more than 100 attacks, while Afrikaner protest groups claim that more than 4,000 have been killed since Mandela came to power.

Last year the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, was filmed singing a song called "Shoot the Boer":
At a centenary gathering of the African National Congress last year, Zuma was filmed singing a so-called ‘struggle song’ called Kill The Boer (the old name for much of the white Afrikaner population).

As fellow senior ANC members clapped along, Zuma sang: ‘We are going to shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, we are going to hit them, they are going to run, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine-gun, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine-gun . . .’

And a political rival of Zuma, Julius Malema is open about wanting to drive Afrikaner farmers off the land:
Malema wants all white-owned land to be seized without compensation, along with nationalisation of the country’s lucrative mines.

Ominously, Malema, 32, who wears a trademark beret and has a fondness for Rolex watches, this month promised his new party will take the land from white people without recompense and give it to blacks.

Malema wants all white-owned land to be seized without compensation, along with nationalisation of the country’s lucrative mines.

‘We need the land that was taken from our people, and we are not going to pay for it,’ he said.

It's interesting that Malema should claim that the land was taken from his people. The original inhabitants of South Africa were the Khoisan hunter gatherers. The Afrikaners settled the western part of South Africa after their arrival in 1652, displacing the Khoisan. The Xhosa people (the ethnic group that Mandela and Desmond Tutu belong to) had meanwhile pushed down the east coast, themselves displacing the Khoisan. The Xhosa were themselves then pushed further westward by pressure placed on them by the migration of the Zulus.

In other words, the Xhosa themselves took land from the Khoisan and the Zulus took it from the Xhosa in a series of migrations.

The Daily Mail article also reports on the Afrikaner community of Kleinfontein. This is one place that Afrikaners can live in without fear of violent crime:
Most crucially of all, in a country with 60 murders a day, there is no armed robbery, murder or rape in Kleinfontein. ‘An old lady can draw money here without any fear,’ says Marisa Haasbroek, a resident, mother of two teenage girls, and my guide for the morning.

‘It’s safe, quiet and peaceful.'


  1. Both Zuma and Malema hate and despise white South Africans. After Nelson Mandela is gone the situation will get even worse.

  2. I once knew 3 years ago, as an acquaintance, an European young man of Portuguese ancestry who lived in South Africa.

    He spoke Portuguese, thought he couldn't write it. He was kicked off the school I went to due to plagiarism or something.

    Before he was under expulsion thought, he sometimes talked about how South Africa was discriminating against the white South African population and how in job openings for every 1 white person they would be forced to add 3 to 5 blacks.

    Then there was this other white South African young man (Dutch, German and French ancestry I think) and he was a bit ticked off about what was happening to South Africa too.

  3. If Afrikaners are going to survive, they will have to physically live together in their own neighborhoods in cities and the countryside. This is the only way to ensure safety.

    Minority groups all around the world understand the concept of living together in their own area or neighborhood for safety. The Chinese have their own neighborhoods, called Chinatown, in cities like New York and San Francisco. For Afrikaner farmers, the model community to follow could be the Hutterites in Montana. The Hutterites live communally, with their farmland surrounding them.

    Afrikaner communities like Kleinfontein or Orania contain just a tiny percentage of Afrikaners. Why? The situation for Afrikaners is horrific, but most still refuse to live together in these type of "Chinatowns".

  4. A sad situation. Like the plight of Christians and other minorities in Arab countries, the West doesn't seem to care. The only solution may be a separate white state within South Africa.

  5. Yeah, there's real murder taking place here, and all leftist feminist anti-racists can do is create blogs like this:

  6. Given that the vast majority of white South Africans refused to fight for the existing system in the early 1990s, what makes anyone think that they would be any better in 2013 at looking after their own interests?

  7. I honestly think that white South Africans are a lost case. Not only is the media, the government, political powers, religion, culture and so forth hostile towards your being, culture and interests, they positively hate you and want you dead.

    Why else are you being hunted down by a pack of black South African Zulus like some small mouse? Your fortresses under attack and killed in your own homes?

    The so-called glorious international/multinational white liberals ended Apartheid and have ignored you for over a decade, being gleeful at your demise, murdered by Zulu African matriarchal savages. And nobody bats an eye in the "respectful media".

    I had to go there myself in South Africa, read blogs and read internet news media like the Daily Mail to find out.

    Either emigrate to Europe, Central-South America or Asia. That would be my advice.

  8. I even felt safer around Indians in South Africa then I did around the black Zulus or the Xhosa.

  9. It'd be more accurate to say the Xhosa (ANC) took most of South Africa from the Boer, yup. The Boer took SA from the English who took it from the Boer who took it from the Hottentots & Bushmen (Khoi & San). The Xhosa probably have least right to it of any of them. Bit like the Albanians taking Kosovo from the Serbs. And thanks to 'democracy' this can happen to any of us - all it now takes to legitimate conquest is enough boots on the ground; weight of numbers.

  10. This is an important book about modern South Africa (it constitutes a mixture of historiography, reportage, and statistics) which, of course, has been ignored by Australia's literary establishment:

  11. Living in South Africa and studying the ever increasing racism that is taking off now, yes it was not even this bad before 1990's. All because the world has forgot SA after forcing it by boikot's to democracy... so called.
    Well the party firing on the racism and Uhuru is coming from Zimbabwe mostly, publishing opening on Facebook what they believe. Conecting it to say: Mandela is a white puppy, they are waiting for him to die. Etc...
    Well it looks like Mandela or the 2014 elections will tell how many is really backing them. Until then pray for us, not all of us can imigrate! There is however not everyone being quiet on both sides... Time I guess will have to tell and show if the world even cares.....?