Genocide in South Africa today – What makes one a BOER?

kill-the-boer-they-are-not-africans-source-ccbGregory H. Stanton, President of Genocide Watch tells us:

“Genocide is a process that develops in eight stages that are predictable but not inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The process is not linear.  Logically, later stages must be preceded by earlier stages.  But all stages continue to operate throughout the process.”

SYMBOLIZATION:

“We give names or other symbols to the classifications. We name people “Jews” or “Gypsies”, or distinguish them by colors or dress; and apply the symbols to members of groups. Classification and symbolization are universally human and do not necessarily result in genocide unless they lead to the next stage, dehumanization.”

Even though I speak English and am of Scots decent I am classified as a “BOER” in the eyes of the militant ANC. That speaks volumes on its own.

Here is an independent report of the example the leading party of South Africa is already inciting and preparing the way for an even greater slaughter than is happening now.

“The ending of apartheid in South Africa did not mean that one set of bigots and racists should be replaced with another. Whether black or white, racism and intolerance is evil.
The fact that hate speech emanates from ANC politicians does not mean that it is acceptable, it is all the more reprehensible.”
Myke Mburu

“We continuously hear offensive statements from senior ANC members … and then they apologise and think it is okay,”
“We want an undertaking that they will stop making these statements as this is not acceptable.”

Afriforum’s deputy chief executive Ernst Roets,

 

Once a dialogue began, the first issue on the table would be the matter relating to Minister for Women, Children and People with Disabilities Lulu Xingwana, who made remarks about Afrikaner men and their “Calvinistic religion.”
Roets said her apology was not satisfactory.
“Xingwana’s utterances should be seen in the broader ANC context,” he said.
“Her remark is, as a matter of fact, just one offensive utterance in a series of utterances made recently by senior ANC leaders against Afrikaners and even Christians.”
Roets said dialogue would form part a settlement agreement reached between Afriforum and the African National Congress last year relating to the “Shoot the Boer” hate-speech case.
The out-of-court agreement on the singing of the song was made by a court order in the Supreme Court of Appeal in November last year.
Part of the settlement was that there would be continued formal dialogue in order to promote mutual understanding for respective cultural heritage and aspirations.
The struggle song containing the words “Dubul’ iBhunu” (shoot the boer) was declared hate speech by Judge Colin Lamont in the Johannesburg High Court.
AfriForum took the matter to court after Julius Malema who was ANC Youth League leader at the time repeatedly sang the song at rallies.

Since this court order President Zuma has been recorded on a few occasions singing this song, showing that he does not THINK he is above the law, he IS!

 

The warning signs are all too apparent here in South Africa, but typical of this country, the set pattern is about face, and the killings have started already. To keep updated on the slaughter of the farmers follow this Australian based page

WHITE GENOCIDE IN SOUTH AFRICA

This BOER that is not even really a BOER takes exemption to what is happening here.

 

 

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6 Responses to “Genocide in South Africa today – What makes one a BOER?”

  1. Odie Says:

    I wrote a letter to the UN about the genocide in South Africa, and that we need help, and still they do not consider it has genocide!:( I wrote more letters to different Networks around the world, and only CNN replied and said that they will look into this more, Carte Blanche also agreed to investigate and to maybe do a story on it. I really fear for my family and people in South Africa

  2. Raymond Wilson Says:

    Excellent article Wayne!

  3. familylawclassaction Says:

    Wayne, great article. I too intend to approach the UN for a Peacekeeping presence in S.A. I will not be alone.

  4. Bierpens Says:

    Wayne … great Article ..

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