- Posted February 8, 2013 by
Since 1994, an estimated 68798 white South Africans have been murdered of which 4041 were commercial farmers. True figures are very hard to come by as the South African police fail to report most of the murders that take place. There is also no distinction between white and black victims in crime records.
As the white population of South Africa was 4 434 697 according to the official state census in 1996, and more than 400 000 white South Africans have left the country, it could be estimated that nearly 2% of white South Africans have been murdered in the 18 years of democracy.
Compare that to the 7518 black people that were murdered by the Apartheid government, which comes to a percentage of 0.02% of the black population.
So, if anybody ever asks you how many black people were killed by white people in South Africa, you can tell them that black people have murdered roughly 100 times more white people in the last 63 years.
Genocide has to come from somewhere. People won't just go out and start killing people because they feel disadvantaged or because of a wage dispute. They need to be called to action.
The world is turning a blind eye to the hate that drips from the ANC's lips. The ex-ANC Youth League President, Julius Malema, defied a court ruling that banned the ANC from singing "Kill the Boer" just hours after he left court. The courts are run by "racist whites" according to the ANC Youth League and they don't have any respect for any ruling unless it is in their favor.
Ronald Lamola, the current president of the ANCYL, is trying his best to outshine his predecessor by stepping up the hate speech against Afrikaners.
On 18 June 2012, Lamola told ANCYL members that "Land reform needs an act as forceful as war" and that it was an illusion that land would be given back to black South Africans "peacefully".
Afriforum has laid charges of hate-speech against Lamola earlier this month for other racially motivated slurs. Lamola is also calling for Nationalisation of banks and mines.
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