Nelson Mandela continues to struggle for life in a South African hospital, struggling for life. His leadership role in the dismantling of apartheid will be duly noted. What is far less noted is a terror campaign being waged against Afrikaaner speaking farmers that amounts to ethnic cleansing.
Genocide Watch, noting the sadistic brutality of the murders of entire farm families has declared the white Afrikaaner farmers to be the target of a campaign of genocide in South Africa. Rather than fighting such crimes with all means at its disposal, the South African government has deprioritised these crimes and disarmed groups established to protect the farmers. The attacks present a primary danger to the farmers themselves, and to South African blacks, who would be catastrophically affected by a collapse of the agricultural sector of the South African economy.
I am presenting the following videos to shed light on the farm murders in South Africa, which have gotten almost no attention from the world press. Some of the videos on farm murders in South Africa were far too horrific to put here, although they are readily available in a Youtube search. I also excluded any videos put up by people who are themselves racists. Such videos hurt the Afrikaaners far more than they help the cause of stopping Afrikaaner genocide in South Africa. Genocide Watch has flawless credentials in this regard.
I wish South Africa’s former President a speedy recovery from his latest illness. And I sincerely hope that he will lend the esteem in which he is held to the cause of combating racist murders of Afrikaaner farmers.It was indeed morally right for South Africa to give power to its African majority. But a nation is also judged by how it treats its minorities. For better or worse, what South Africa became during the lifetime of Nelson Mandela will be his legacy, as well as that of his country.
In the following video, traditional song is used to whip up ethnic hatred.