Since the Marxist African National Congress came to power in South Africa in 1994, the future for white South Africans has been in a limbo of sorts. Initially, the ANC preached a message of tolerance and diversity, declaring South Africa “the rainbow nation” in which South Africans of all colours and creeds would feel welcome. As was expected, this utopian vision never came to pass and now white South Africans face a future that is more troubling and more uncertain than ever.
In the years between the beginning of the transfer of power (1990-present), more than 70,000 white people have been murdered, including more than 4,000 white farmers who have been murdered in confirmed racially motivated attacks. Some of the farm murders in particular have been of a brutal nature, with reports of torture and rape not uncommon as part of such crimes.
The passing of Nelson Mandela in 2013 marked a watershed moment in the political sphere, as members of the ruling African National Congress felt more emboldened to ignore, if not condone the treatment of white people in this so-called rainbow nation. Now this policy of ‘turning the other cheek’ has developed at an alarming rate into something else entirely.
Whilst it was previously only within the remit of the EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters party, radical left-wing black nationalists) to openly advocate for violence and other criminality against white South Africans, it now appears that the ruling ANC are beginning to adopt this rhetoric too. In the past we had seen infrequent videos and images of ANC ministers and parliamentarians singing old ‘liberation songs’ with lyrics such as “kill the Boer” (which should have been enough for us to acknowledge their intentions), but now we are seeing ANC politicians openly advocate genocidal policies against the white minority in South Africa.
The ANC government have already enacted radical economic policies that are designed to persecute white people for the benefit of the black majority, including all but barring white South Africans from entry into the labour market. These policies have resulted in over 400,000 whites living in poverty (£28.99 average monthly income in this group), with almost 250,000 of them living in white squatter camps on the outskirts of major cities. The country’s last white president, F. W. De Klerk, predicted recently that the ANC’s policies would ensure that whites in South Africa had ‘disappeared’ within 50 or 60 years.
Perhaps this is a guilty conscience of Mr De Klerk that is causing him to speak out? After all, it was he who handed power over to the black nationalists!
What is certain is that this prediction will come to pass much sooner than expected. White people do not have another 50 years in South Africa, especially if the ruling ANC remain in power. This is becoming more apparent particularly in the first months of 2017, in which we have seen an escalation in rhetoric coming from the African National Congress.
The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, spoke to parliament to appeal for ‘black unity’ against the white man in order to pass a constitutional amendment that requires a two thirds majority. Incidentally, the amendment will allow the ruling blacks to appropriate land owned by white farmers without compensation – this marks not just an escalation in rhetoric, but also in policy making as this law will allow the black groups for the first time to lawfully steal white land at gunpoint.
Just weeks later during a parliamentary debate, ANC MP Mduduzi Manana called for white farmers to be “buried alive” in an outburst whilst MP Dr Piete Groenewald (Freedom Front Plus) was addressing the legislative chamber regarding the ongoing violence toward white people in the country. The African calling for whites to be buried alive is not some hot-head fringe radical, he is a top ranking member of the ANC and Minister for Higher Education and Training – which at least explains the ‘mystery’ as to how young Africans come out of university with a fervent hatred for the white man.
These are not the first utterances of genocidal intent by the ANC and they most certainly will not be the last. The violent history of the ANC, their vocal racism and their apathy and willingness to turn a blind eye to white folk murdered by blacks demonstrates that they will only serve as a catalyst toward the genocide that is ongoing.
Between 1st-24th February, there were at least 15 farm murders in South Africa, a rate of more than one every other day. Included in this was the torture, rape and murder of a British woman – the attackers used a blowtorch and shot her, before leaving her and her husband for dead. This is a trend that continues month on month, year on year – even before the government have legislated on the matter, African thugs are taking it upon themselves to kill the white man and push him of his land.
The fact of the matter is that white South Africans are being murdered and white farmers at an alarming rate. There is no future for the white man in Africa and the ANC will make sure of this, for if their rhetoric is enough to embolden their black supporters to murder white people, just wait until they legislate to the same effect.