Genocide In South Africa Pamela Geller, American Thinker
The genocide of white South
Africans is heating up.Last week, South Africa's ruling African National
Congress (ANC) finally told its members to stop singing the song "Kill
the Boer" — that is, murder white South Africans. (Boer is Afrikaans
for "farmer," but colloquially is a disparaging term for any white South
African.) This came after ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema defied a
court ruling and kept singing the song (he still refuses to stop), and
after Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the noxious and hateful neo-Nazi
Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), was found savagely bludgeoned to
death at his farm in South Africa's North West province.The international media focused
on Terreblanche's white supremacism, showing his followers giving the
Nazi salute at his funeral. No account of his murder or funeral spoke
about Malema, "Kill the Boer," or black supremacism — yet that is the
really important story in South Africa today.Whites in South Africa are keenly
aware of the plans to kill them. They expect mass killings to begin
very soon after the death of Mandela, but to tell this to the world is a
waste of energy. More than 3,000 white farmers have already been
murdered, and Genocide Watch lists the Boer farmers in South Africa as
victims of genocide — but the media couldn't care less. Malema has
praised Zimbabwe's murderous seizure of white-owned farms as "courageous
and militant." White South Africans know what's coming.Malema keeps singing the
apartheid-era song "Kill the Boer" even though South Africa's highest
court ruled that the song was hate speech (a decision the ANC is
appealing, although they've asked their followers to stop singing it in
the meantime; they've emphasized that they have not banned the song).Under ANC rule, the
government has stopped reporting the race of murder victims and the race
of the murderer. This is because the international community (mainly
GenocideWatch.org) was starting to notice the disproportionate number
of whites being murdered in South Africa. The ANC stopped reporting the
race of the victims of murder so there would be no way to track the
number of black-on-white murders. Problem solved.A Jewish journalist in
Johannesburg wrote me last week to shed light on the Malema situation,
and on the chaos and deteriorating conditions in that country. About
Malema he lamented: "Why isn't anyone standing up to this moron, not
even the president?" He noted another South African journalist's
observation: "The problem surrounding Malema is that he is basically a
‘dumb orator with popular support.' Like Hitler."Another AtlasShrugs.com reader in
South Africa wrote this to me:Have you searched facebook "Julius
Malema" I see they have closed down his account, but a new one has
already opened with over 2000 fans already.
The remarks there
were really horrible.
They have threatened to "Rape all the white
whore bitches and burn all their children"
….makes me sleep
with one eye open.
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