In an unprecedented move. the South African parliament is set to pass a new law following a landslide 83 to 241 vote in favor of removing White farmers from their property. This matter will now be brought to the Constitutional Review Committee who will amend the constitution by the 30th of August. Should this pass, White South Africa is over as we know it.
As the government’s threat of dispossession approaches, it appears that the only hope of South African farmers is in seeking refuge in the West. We must petition our leaders to allow them to return to the homelands of their ancestors.
South Africa's new president Cyril Ramaphosa has signed a racially motivated death warrant for thousands of white South African farmers. In our previous article on this topic, we showed that a systematic murder of white farmers has taken place where untold numbers have been robbed, raped, tortured and murdered since Nelson Mandela and the communist African National Congress (ANC) ascended to power in 1994. This new vote to steal the land of the Boer will only exacerbate the situation.
Ramaphosa said that he would speed up the transfer of land to black people, although he stressed that food production and security must be preserved. He knows that displacing 73% of the farming workforce will cause massive economic problems. Mutch like when Robert Mugabe carried out land seizures in Zimbabwe, the land was never again used for farming. Once the land was expropriated it ended up becoming neglected, causing Zimbabwe to face an economic crisis. No country has ever prospered for government seizure of private property, just look to the Soviet Union and you will see the inevitable path this course will take. I fear this economic hit will be a harsh lesson the black South Africans will have to learn the hard way.
Cyril Ramaphosa’s platform since coming into power on 15 February 2018 has been the continuation of Nelson Mandela's vision for South Africa- the vision of “kill the Boer” and a new apartheid. With Ramaphosa as the new president we can expect to see the anti-White hatred rise as he emboldens those who seek to bring harm to the White South African farmers.
Ramaphosa and others, including Julius Malema, Johannesburg’s controversial Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, has been fueling the fire with incendiary comments, designed to rile up the vengeful mob.
“the time for 'reconciliation' is over Now is the time for justice.”
In 2016 leader Julius Malema told his supporters he was
"not calling for the slaughter of white people - at least for now."
Minister of water affairs Gugile Nkwinti has said that
"The ANC unequivocally supports the principle of land expropriation without compensation."
Ernst Roets, Deputy Chief Executive of the civil rights group AfriForum stated:
"This motion is based on a distorted image of the past. The term ‘expropriation without compensation’ is a form of semantic fraud. It is nothing more than racist theft.”
Kallie Kriel, CEO of AfriForum, said
“(Land expropriation) could unleash conflict in the country.”
To my immense sadness am forced to agree with Kriel. I believe this conflict is inevitable. I can’t see the white South Africans giving up their land without a fight, but now that this law has passed the vote, the government will use whatever force they see necessary to remove the Whites from their land. This will only lead to the deaths of thousands of White farmers across South Africa. Despite the dark forecast, hope yet remains.
The clear solution is to recognize that It is time to give White South Africans refugee status into the West.
Over 10000 Americans have signed a petition asking President Trump to allow White South Africans refugee status into the US. If you lean out of your window you may just hear the wailing of the liberals now, as they accuse Donald Trump of racist behavior for favoring white South Africans over Syrian refugees. To hell with them, this is a genocide.
The petition states they "can be easily vetted and also possess skills that make them compatible with our culture and civilization," and I agree entirely.
Similar petitions have been started, one with over with over 17000 signatures, and growing, signatures asking the EU to allow White South African to seek refugee status and another that has reached over 14000 asking the Australian government to:
“halt its usual refugee intake in favour of accepting white South Africans who are suffering unjust hardship and turbulence.”
Please, sign the petitions and get your government to act now before it’s too late.
Allowing the Boers to return to the homelands of their ancestors is the only hope. In an age where the floodgates are opened for an invasion of fighting aged Middle Eastern men seeking greener pastures in Europe, how can we in the West turn our backs on our own brothers? How can we allow a cultural takeover to take place as Europeans are out-bred by polygamous men of the East, and in the same breath let the Boer be murdered by savage thieves? We need to close the door to economic migrants pretending to be refugees and open a wider door for the genuine refugees who being stripped of their homes as their fathers are murdered. I think it's time we allow people who actually have ancestral ties to Europe to return to their fatherlands.
Of course, fleeing to the West isn’t the ideal solution, they will be leaving behind a home their ancestors built up over the last 3 centuries. South Africa as we know today would not exist if it wasn’t for the hard work, blood, sweat, and tears of the Boer forefathers; that country is just as much theirs as America belongs to white Americans living in the US today. The only option left to us is to offer safe sanctuary to White South African refugees until the day comes when they can retake their homes from these theives. Unfortunately, the blacks have made it clear, there will be no peaceful coexistence, and there will be no just outcome. There is only hateful agenda of misplaced revenge based on a misguided perspective on history and a racialized vendetta- to steal from and to kill the Boer.
I say "refugees welcome here" to our South African brothers and sisters, and stand with them until the day comes for them to take back what's rightfully theirs.