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Thursday, 2 June 2011

South African farmers: Not to be looked at by the squeamish

Life in South Africa; Cape Town, Stellenbosch and many other areas, is a wonderful experience and providing you stay away from the farmlands in the North, you will avoid the very true scenes that this video portrays.



In case you are viewing this with disbelief, and I am adding more information as I honestly can't blame non-South Africans for thinking this is total propaganda by South African whites.

The following was printed in a UK newspaper, and many more have been murdered since:
Death has stalked South Africa’s white farmers for years. The number murdered since the end of apartheid in 1994 has passed 3,000.
Sunday Times 28th March 2010
 Do not follow this link to the Sunday Times if you are squeamish in any way.

In addition, the following was cut and pasted from the BBC World Service website:

Since Apartheid ended in 1994, more than 3,000 white South African farmers have been murdered.
In 1802, 108 families who refused to sign allegiance to Queen Victoria after the Boer War were transported to Argentina free of charge (the Boers chose to go to Argentina freely) and now there is a community of 4,000 there.

There has now been an exodus of Boer farmers recently to Georgia to farm. The Minister for Agriculture in Argentina and his counterpart in Georgia have something in common - they have both said the Afrikaners are the best farmers in their country.

South African farmers are leaving South Africa in large numbers, to Mozambique, Namibia, Malawi, Georgia and no doubt a few will make their way to the Afrikaans settlement in Argentina.

The result, apart from South African farmers now suffer the highest murder rate in the world, is that, for the first time in history, the South African government are:
having to import wheat and maize from outside the country.
Ampers

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