Farm Murders in South Africa – How many more?


So how may dead South African farmers does it take to ‘inspire’ South Africa’s ANC-government & the world to take action?

Such a simple question – it doesn’t require you to be a rocket scientist to understand this one line of the English language. However the world remains numb and it seems to remain a trick question!!!

Comments are welcome…

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Wat gaan dit nóg kos om regering oor plaasaanvalle te laat luister?


Volgens oorlewering het koningin Marié-Antoinette oor die honger gepeupel buite gesê: “As hulle dan nie brood het om te eet nie, laat hulle koek eet.” Toe rol haar kop – letterlik.

Wat gaan dit nóg kos om regering oor plaasaanvalle te laat luister?

Toe Afriforum ‘n petisie oor plaasaanvalle aan die minister van polisie wou oorhandig, sê die minister Afriforum is besig met ‘n publisiteitsfoefie. Intussen het plaasmoorde nie opgehou nie, soos nog gister deur Maroela berig is.

Die leiers van politieke partye wat wél gereeld mediaverklarings oor plaasmoorde uitreik, en dit nié vir goedkoop publisiteit doen nie, moet diep delf om woorde te vind daarvoor om nie soos ‘n vasgehaakte plaat te klink nie. In Afrikaans is daar ‘n ryke verskeidenheid uitdrukkings om te sê iemand is gekoring of het streepsuiker gekry, maar vir plaasmoorde is daar maar een woord. Selfs die byvoeglike naamwoorde soos wrede, grusame en skokkende is voor die einde van Januarie elke jaar reeds “uitgeput.” Maar plaasmoorde en plaasaanvalle stop nie aan die einde van Januarie nie, en dit hou ook nie aan die einde van Desember van ‘n gegewe jaar op nie.

Die regering, die regerende ANC en ‘n paar politieke partye het duidelik nie ‘n probleem om woorde te vind nie, want hulle laat hulle amper nooit daaroor uit nie.

Die publiek sou waarskynlik erg ontgogel wees sou hulle weet wat dikwels agter die skerms aangaan – hoe plaasmoorde ‘n politieke skaakspel word. ‘n Geskokte Wes-Kaapse provinsiale leier van ‘n klein opposisieparty wou sy party se nasionale stem oor plaasaanvalle laat hoor, en daag op by ‘n beraad van provinsiale leiers met die partyleier met ‘n reeds voorbereide verklaring oor ‘n plaasmoord in Noordwes die vorige nag. Die partyleier weier egter om die verklaring uit te reik omdat die ANC dan sê hy is ‘n meeloper van die witmense, en so haal ‘n mediaverklaring Beeld waar die Wes-Kaapse leier hom oor ‘n plaasmoord in Noordwes uitlaat.

Kort hierna word die partyleier deur ‘n gewone lid gekonfronteer oor die party so min oor plaasaanvalle sê. Seepglad word dit die media se skuld: “Maar ons reik gereeld verklarings oor plaasaanvalle uit, dis die media wat dit nie dra nie.” Nodeloos om te sê die betrokke provinsiale leier is nie meer lid van die party nie.

Maar hoe lyk die aanbied van die boodskap, publisiteitsfoefie of nie, waarvoor die regering en ‘n aantal ander partye so doof is?

As Afriforum, wat van ‘n publisteitsfoefie beskuldig is, en plaasaanvalle saam ge-Google word lewer dit 17 400 trefslae op. Afriforum en plaasmoorde het 30 200 trefslae. Afriforum en plaasmoord het 34 900 trefslae, en Afriforum en farm murder 9 860. Daar is nog kombinasies in Afrikaans en Engels wat ingevoer kon word. Beeld se argief vir Afriforum en plaasmoord* lewer 47 trefslae op.

Maroela Media en plaasmoord lewer 2 280 Google-trefslae op, wat skrikwekkend baie is vir ‘n kuberkoerant wat net meer as ‘n jaar oud is. Voeg daarby nog trefslae wat die meervoud en ook plaasaanval en plaasaanvalle sou oplewer en die grusaamheid blyk duidelik.

“TLU SA” en plaasmoord lewer 12 100 Google-trefslae op. “Agri SA” en plaasmoord lewer 21 900 trefslae op.

In Beeld se argief lewer DA en plaasmoord* 93 trefslae op. In Volksblad is dit 175, en in Die Burger 64.

Omdat die Volksblad dikwels oor plaasmoorde berig, word vir die ander vergelykings net na dié koerant se beriggewing oor politieke partye se “aandeel” in plaasmoorde gekyk: ACDP en plaasmoord* 53 (almal provinsiale nuusverklarings), Vryheidsfront* en plaasmoord 36, Cope en plaasmoord* 25 en CDP en plaasmoord* 17 (laasgenoemde is nie in die wetgewer verteenwoordig nie en kry nie veel algemene nuusdekking nie, hoewel meer as in Beeld en Die Burger).

Word ‘n individu deur plaasaanvalle geraak, kan hy of sy ook heelwat Google-trefslae oplewer. Word die skrywer van hierdie nuuskommentaar se naam saam met plaasmoord ge-Google lewer dit 14 400 trefslae op. En saam met plaasaanvalle 12 100. Meer bekende name sal meer trefslae oplewer.

Voeg hierby dat talle gemeenskapsrdiostasies en –koerante nie aan die kuberruim gekoppel is nie, en dit skets vaagweg ‘n prentjie van hoe dikwels plaasaanvalle en plaasmoorde die nuus in die land – en ook die buiteland – haal.

Geen analis kan tot enige ander slotsom kom nie as dat die regering uiters traag is om die probleem by die naam te noem. Dit skep die indruk van werklikheidsvervreemding by minstens ‘n deel van die gemeenskap.

Kenners wys daarop dat die trauma wat die slagoffers van plaasaanvalle beleef dikwels erger is as “gewone” trauma, en word soms viktiminologie genoem. Hierdie vorm van trauma word dikwels in verband gebring met die gevoel van blootgesteldheid, soos weens die kwesbaarheid van plase, maar ook die gevoel dat die persoon in die steek gelaat is deur diegene wat hom of haar moes beskerm (soos die regering met die afskaffing van die kommando’s).

‘n Tipiese soort inset is wanneer ‘n dowe oor gedraai word vir dit wat moontlik is. Op die oomblik is die landbou onder geweldige druk om stukrag aan verskeie regeringsprojekte te gee, maar na verwagting gaan die minister van arbeid Maandag aankondig dat die minimumloon vir plaaswerkers tot R105 per maand verhoog word. Agri SA se dr. Theo de Jager wys daarop dat dit tot sowat 100 000 werksverliese gaan lei, presies die teenoorgestelde as wat die Nasionale Ontwikkelingsplan beoog. Sekere bedrywe soos groenteboerdery sal na verwagting dan ter wille van oorlewing en Suid-Afrika se kosmandjie na buurlande moet verskuif.

En dit lyk onwaarskynlik dat van die emosioneel opgesweepte werkers wat op R150 per dag bly aandring tevrede sal wees met ‘n minimumloon van R105 per dag – al verhinder bloot ekonomiese werklikhede boere om meer as die minimumloon te betaal.

Boere in Suid-Afrika verloor voorts miljarde rande per jaar weens vee-, gewas- en gereedskapdiefstal, en ander soort plaasaanvalle soos brandstigting. Eskom probeer sy tariewe veel hoër as die inflasiekoers aanpas, wat op sy eie heelwat gevestigde boere uit die bedryf sal dwing, en beginnerboere feitlik geen kans op oorlewing bied nie.

Die ANC teer vir steun op populêre persepsies en dit besorg hom steun – maar dit skep ook onmoontlike verwagtings wat die regeertaak eintlik onmoontlik maak.

Met die wasmasjiene vir almal wat in 1994 beloof is wat nog nie opgedaag het nie, en koek wat omtrent tot ANC-verjaarsdagvieringe beperk is, raak die speelruimte vir nog beloftes sonder om ‘n Zimbabwe te trek bitter klein.

Maar so lank daar ‘n populistiese opvatting bestaan en selfs gevoed word dat selfs nog meer bloed uit die klip getap kan word, so lank, lyk dit, gaan die ANC hom doof hou vir die werklikhede daarbuite.

Want om op innoverende wyses te probeer om die regering se ver te kry om die werklikheid van plaasaanvalle in die oë te kyk is mos ‘n publisiteitsfoefie.

Deur Herman Toerien op 30 Januarie 2013

Nuuskommentaar: Wat gaan dit nóg kos om regering oor plaasaanvalle te laat luister?

Plaasmoorde, Te erg vir woorde


Terwyl die regering erg taai in die bek is om plaasmoorde konsekwent as euwel te erken en te veroordeel, vind diegene wat dit wel doen dit moeilik om elke keer woorde daarvoor te vind. Aan die een kant wil iemand wat die erns besef en deernis met die naasbestaandes en gemeenskap het, elke mediaverklaring en media-onderhoud die spesiale aandag verleen wat dit verdien, maar die woordeskat om elke plaasmoord sy eie unieke bewoording te kan gee is te beperk. Daar is net te veel sulke moorde. In die tydperk na pres. Jacob Zuma se staatsrede verlede jaar was daar vir ongeveer ‘n week gemiddeld een plaasmoord per dag.

Plaasmoorde, Te erg vir woorde

Plaasmoorde in Suid-Afrika

Ten tweede laat die grusaamheid van die moorde die woorde in die verstand stol.

Ook Maroela het die kwessie al verskeie kere in besprekings onder die loep geneem. Hieronder tel die nuuskommentare, Die boer se *oer, Misdaadstatistiek en persepsies daarvan, en Plaasmoorde, volksmoord en jou vriende en Plaasmoorde, die onvoltooide boek . Maroela het lesers ook deurgaans met berigte op die hoogte gehou daarvan.

AfriForum, wat met die veldtog, “Stop die moorde” begin het, oorhandig vandag ongeveer ʼn honderd Suid-Afrikaners wie se lewens deur plaasaanvalle verwoes is, se stories aan die minister van polisie, Nathi Mthethwa. Die slagoffers gaan van die minister eis om sy stilswye te verbreek deur plaasmoorde tot ʼn prioriteitsmisdaad te verklaar. Die briewebundel sal saam met AfriForum deur Belinda van Noord, wie se pa en broer die afgelope vakansie op hul plaas naby Brits vermoor is, oorhandig word. Dit bevat 80 gedrukte briewe, sowel as ʼn DVD waarop ongeveer 20 plaasmoordslagoffers hul boodskappe aan die minister oordra. Die slagoffers wat op die DVD verskyn, sluit Susan Nortje, suster van Wilna en tannie van klein Willemien Potgieter in.

‘n Paar dae tevore het AfriForum minister Nathi Mthethwa daarvan beskuldig dat sy stilswye aan aandadigheid grens. Verlede week het AfriForum ʼn klag by die Openbare Beskermer ingedien oor Mthethwa se onverantwoordelike hantering van die plaasmoordkrisis.

Volgens die TLU-SA se syfers was daar verlede jaar effens minder plaasmoorde as die vorige jaar se 52, maar plaasaanvalle en geweld tydens plaasaanvalle neem toe. TLU-SA sê dit lyk of dit met meer haat gepaard gaan. Kallie Kriel, uitvoerende hoof van AfriForum, het voor die Nederlandse parlementêre komitee oor buitelandse sake getuig plaasmoorde gaan dikwels met besonder sadistiese geweld gepaard.

Dit is vir iemand wat al blootstelling aan ‘n plaasmoord, en van die gewelddadige plaasaanvalle gehad het, haas moeilik om te dink dat daar nog meer ruimte is om nog meer gewelddadig te wees.

Die jaar 2013 het nog skaars begin of een van die slagoffers van die rits aanvalle by Muderdrift sterf, en ‘n bejaarde egpaar is op ‘n plaas buite Parys vermoor. Volgens ProAgri was dit die vyfde aanval in die gebied sedert die begin van Desember. In een van die aanvalle is ‘n bejaarde boer, Jannie du Plessis, in die maag geskiet en het ‘n nier verloor terwyl se toestand kritiek was.

Terwyl instansies diep in hul woordeskat delf om genoeg woorde te vind om die euwel aan te spreek, duur plaasaanvalle steeds voort en is daar min of meer ‘n dawerende stilte uit regeringsgeledere daaroor – en ongelukkig ‘n hele aantal opposisiepartye ook.

Dit is so dat die regering nie sekere bevolkingsgroepe kan voortrek nie – hy is immers veronderstel om in almal se belang te regeer – maar “oorpresteer” te dikwels in die teenoorgestelde soos met rasbegunstigde aanstellings en bevorderings en SEB-maatreëls. Boonop dui syfers daarop dat die plaasmoordenaars ook nie dieselfde sentimente koester nie en dat die aantal boere en hul gesinslede wat vermoor word, pro rata hoër as die land se “gewone” moordkoers is. En dié is in elk geval onder die hoogstes ter wêreld.

Intussen toon die opvolgboek van Kraal-uitgewers, Treurgrond, dat plaasmoorde inderdaad ‘n onvoltooide boek sal wees. En die ink vertel ‘n verhaal wat te erg vir woorde is. ‘n Verhaal wat ook nie die kinders ontsien nie.

Lappop

Van onder die lyk
kruip die kind uit
Bebloed, waansinnig bang
Gryp haar lappop,
Geskeur met spierwit
watte wat by die borsie uitdop
Besete pluk en pluk
die watte uit die pop
Soos om die geskokte seer
uit haar eie borsie te skeur
syg sy
hartverskeur
tussen haar ouers
se lyke neer

Sprokie vir ‘n plaaskind

Slaap nou lekker sag my kind
Buite pluk saggies die wind
Voor die vensters is die tralies lekker yslik dik
Terwyl die staanhorlosie die nagure wegtik
Liewe Jesus is hier by jou grootman
Hy sal jou trou bewaar soos net Hy kan
Teddie en seekoei lê teenaan jou snoesig saam
Wagter en Bruno patrolleer die werf tesaam
Langsaan slaap pappa en mamma lig
Die baie gewere binne sig
Die tweerigtingradio altyd aan
Buite helder skyn die gele maan
Grootman, jy moet lekker slaap
More kom skeer hulle skaap
Dan moet jy kom help keer
En jou oorleefstryd leer
Slaap maar rustig Grootman

(Uit: Plaasaanvalle, Te erg vir woorde )

Deur Herman Toerien op 17 Januarie 2013

Nuuskommentaar: Plaasmoorde, Te erg vir woorde

Farm attacks: Mthethwa’s ‘silence’ slammed


Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa remains silent on farm attacks to an extent that borders on collusion, Afriforum said on Tuesday.

Farm attacks Mthethwas silence slammed

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa (Picture: Sapa)

The minister’s silence on the scourge of farm attacks is a disgrace,” the civil rights organisation’s deputy chief executive Ernst Roets said in a statement.

If the minister is serious about the protection of South Africans, he would have declared farm attacks a priority crime years ago.

Roets was reacting to reports that an elderly couple were found dead on a farm near Parys, Free State, on Tuesday.

Mthethwa’s spokesperson Zweli Mnisi said Afriforum was “racialising” the crime.

Their allegations that the minister is not speaking out against farm attacks is a clear sign of selective analysis and listening,” he said.

We do not just speak out, we act against any criminality that occurs within farms, and when we speak about farm attacks, we do not racialise crime like they do.

He said the government intended dealing with all rural crime.

As government we commit ourselves to fighting crime in whatever form it manifest[s] itself in our society – including farm killings.

Police spokesperson Colonel Thandi Mbambo said the couple was found dead in a tuck shop they ran from a garage on the farm on Tuesday.

The husband was found on the floor of the tuck shop, with his feet tied and head covered with a material sack,” she said.

The body of the woman, aged between 70 and 75, was found stuffed into a freezer. No visible injuries were found on their bodies.

The bodies were taken to the state mortuary where post mortems would be conducted to determine the cause of their deaths.

A domestic worker arrived at the house at 07:30 on Tuesday, found the farm house ransacked and the couple missing.

A neighbour arrived and helped search for them, until they were found in the tuck shop.

No arrests had been made.

– SAPA

Farm attacks: Mthethwa’s ‘silence’ slammed

South African farmers fearing for their lives


On Saturday survivors of farm attacks marched in Pretoria and called for attacks on South Africa’s mostly white farmers to be designated a crime of national priority.

South African farmers fearing for their lives

Susan Nortje, second left, marches with other families of murdered farmers and survivors of farm attacks Photo: Eva-Lotta Jansson

Since the attack on Attie Potgieter and his family, the simple stone farmhouse where they lived has stood empty and crumbling, with nobody wanting to live in the home where one of South Africa’s most disturbingly brutal crimes took place.

Mr Potgieter, a farm caretaker, was stabbed and hacked 151 times with a garden fork, a knife and a machete near Lindley in the Free State – the agricultural heart of the country.
His wife, Wilna, and two-year-old daughter, Willemien, were both made to watch him die, before being shot in the head, execution style.

All for pocket money, and possessions of relatively little value – a too-common story in South Africa’s rural areas, where mostly white Afrikaner farmers feel they are being targeted in gratuitously violent attacks on their remote farms and smallholdings. They accuse police and government of failing to make these crimes a priority. And as the horrifying murders continue, they are growing increasingly angry.

“If you kill a rhinoceros in South Africa, you get more time in jail then if you kill a person,” said Susan Nortje, 26, Mrs Potgieter’s younger sister. “I don’t think people understand. We must show people what’s really happening.”

The murder last weekend of British engineer Chris Preece, 54, who was born in Southgate in north London and found his dream on a piece of rolling farmland bordering Lesotho’s Maluti mountains, is the most recent farm killing to make headlines.

Mr Preece spent his weekdays working in Johannesburg before retreating to his beloved farm near the town of Ficksburg, where he and wife Felicity dreamed of starting a nature reserve to save raptor birds and cheetahs.

He was stabbed and hacked to death by men who stole just £210 and a mobile phone. Felicity was left severely traumatised with a skull fracture, and has not yet been able to talk about the attack from the Bloemfontein hospital in where she is being treated.

The couple’s son, Robert Preece, and his wife, Jeanne, are now considering leaving their native South Africa, because they don’t want to raise children in a country “where a man can be hacked to death for no reason”.

“This isn’t something we’re going to get over,” Jeanne Preece, 29, told The Sunday Telegraph. “It is a bottomless weight in all our souls.”

On Saturday, in an unprecedented move to mark the second anniversary of the slaughter of the Potgieters, families of murdered farmers and survivors of farm attacks marched in the capital Pretoria and called for attacks on South Africa’s mostly white farmers to be designated a crime of national priority.

Carrying photos of dead relatives and friends, 200 protesters – many wearing the khaki shorts and short-sleeved shirts that are the unofficial uniform of white South African farmers – sought to deliver a memorandum to the country’s police minister, Nathi Mthethwa, urging that farm attacks be given the same elevated police attention already accorded to rhinoceros poaching and copper cable theft.

“These murders are marked by a unique level of brutality – often worse than that found in terrorist attacks,” the memorandum said. “The argument that farm murders are ‘only murder’ does not hold water.”

South African police stopped releasing separate figures on farm attacks in 2007, and incorporated them into wider violent crime statistics.

But according to the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa, there have been 2,863 farm attacks and 1,592 farm murders since 1990, and independent think-tanks put the true number of farmers murdered at closer to 3,000.

It is now twice as dangerous to be a farmer as it is to be a police officer in South Africa, according to Johan Burger, a senior researcher with the Pretoria-based Institute for Security Studies’ crime and justice programme. Last year the country had a murder rate of 31.9 per 100,000 people, almost 30 times higher than Britain, according to police statistics. For police officers, this rate rises to 51 – and among farmers, a staggering 99 people killed per 100,000.

What troubles many South Africans is the horrific and unnecessary violence that’s a grim hallmark of farm attacks ostensibly staged to steal money – blamed by some on resentment at the yawning gap between rich and poor, 40 per cent unemployment in some rural areas and the legacy of ill feeling bequeathed by the former apartheid system.

Ernst Roets, deputy CEO of the Afrikaner civil rights group AfriForum and an organiser of the campaign, complained that the government had tried to declare the march an illegal gathering. “They are taking active steps to stop us from speaking out about the problem,” he said.

The police minister was not in his offices on Saturday to receive the memorandum. But a spokesman, Zweli Mnisi, accused AfriForum of “grandstanding”.

Mr Mnisi said: “They are only representing people based on their colour. For us, racialising crime is problematic. You can’t have a separate category that says, farmers are the special golden boys and girls.

“You end up saying the life of a white person is more important. You cannot do this.”

South African farms are still overwhelmingly owned by whites, mostly Afrikaner – who are descended from the country’s first Dutch settlers and speak their own language. The government’s efforts to encourage a gentle method of land reform, known as “willing buyer, willing seller” in stark contrast to the state-sponsored violent takeovers in neighbouring Zimbabwe, has been a flop.

Prof Burger rejects claims by some in the Afrikaans farming community that the attacks amount to a genocide on white farmers. He said there is also no evidence of political involvement in the attacks.

“The perception is that farmers are all rich, and these criminals know the vulnerability of these remote farms, and so they see it as relatively low risk,” he said.

However, he added, in some attacks the perpetrators “take out their hatred for all those past wrongs, and show who’s in control now”. Farmers claim their attackers are stirred by the old black struggle song “Shoot the Boer”, the subject of a court case on hate speech brought against the former African National Congress party youth leader Julius Malema after he took to singing it at rallies.

Among those on the march was Magda Pistorius, 53, who still grieves for her husband Wybrand, killed in an attack in June last year.

The couple were asleep at their new home on a smallholding in Muldersdrift, near Johannesburg, which they had moved into just 12 hours earlier, when they awoke at 3.50am to find two men standing over the bed. One of the men said “Hello, boss” – and then shot and killed Mr Pistorius, 53, before shooting his wife in the stomach.

Their daughters were also at home, but unharmed. The robbers fled with just a mobile phone and a torch.

The bullet was removed from Mrs Pistorius’ stomach four months after the June 2011 attack. Today, she lives around the corner from the smallholding, and finds daily life hard because of the constant reminders of her husband.

“Physically, I have recovered,” she said. “But emotionally, it will never go away.

“The government has to do something to stop this whole story. This whole country is so lawless. It’s easy to rob and steal. The justice system is a mess. Everyone else here has got their human rights. But what about ours?”

Also protesting were three generations of the Pretorius family, ambushed when they returned home from a church service to their smallholding in Muldersdrift, near Johannesburg, one night in 2005.
Unbeknown to them, members of their extended family had been held captive at the house. A worker ran out to warn that a gang of armed men were inside, but while Coenie Pretorius, 36, was trying to drive off, the men opened fire.

Mr Pretorius died from gunshot wounds in front of his family and his wife, Petro de Kock, was shot in the lower back while protecting their two young children. She survived the injury, but the family still has deep scars from the trauma of the attack, especially since no one was ever convicted.

The slain farmer’s parents have since moved to Perth, Australia, saying they can no longer live in South Africa, but returned to join in yesterday’s protest.

Their grandson – also called Coenie, who is now 20 and lives in Johannesburg, said: “It makes it so difficult for us, because they wrecked our lives.

“Something needs to be done. This isn’t just happening to our family – look at how many families there are here today.”

Source – The TelegraphSouth African farmers fearing for their lives

Plaasmoord: Aanval en moord op Brits bejaardes


Brits. – ’n Hulpelose 94-jarige vrou is hier op ’n plaas deur vier rowers met ’n warm pan gebrand, in haar gesig geslaan en rondgepluk; haar 74-jarige seun is met drie skote van agter doodgeskiet; haar 62-jarige seun is in die maag geskiet; en haar agterkleinseun is met ’n mes in die kop gesteek.

Plaasmoord Brits

Hekkie Barnard (74, voor) en sy broer, Nico. Hekkie het in die aanval gesterf en Nico is in die maag gewond.

Dié gruverhaal het hom gister in die vroegoggend op die plaas Geluk buite Brits in Noordwes afgespeel.

Maria Barnard (94) was gisteraand veilig in haar seun, Johan, se huis in Murrayfield in Pretoria. Sy kon nie veel van die aanval vertel nie, maar het gesê sy kan nie hoor nie, want “hulle het my op my oor geslaan”.

Johan se broer, Hekkie (74), is dood nadat hy van agter in die kop, die skouer en die rug geskiet is. Sy ander broer, Nico (62), eienaar van die familieplaas Geluk, is een keer in die maag geskiet. Hy is gisteraand geopereer in die Ga-Rankuwa-hospitaal.

Johan het gisteraand gesê hy is verbitterd. “My broer is ’n skiettrofee van die ANC en misdadigers.”

Volgens hom was Nico besig om ontbyt te maak toe hy die honde hoor blaf. Hy het die deur oopgemaak en is dadelik in die maag geskiet. Die rowers het geld en vuurwapens gevra.

Die rowers het voor die aanval Barnard se agterkleinkind, Adam (40) – wat in ’n tweede huis op die plaas woon, en sy gesin aangeval. Adam, sy vrou, Daleen, en sy twee kinders, Adam jr. en Jaco, is aangerand en vasgemaak. Adam is met ’n strykyster aan die bobeen gebrand. Hul selfone, skootrekenaars en geld is gesteel.

Die rowers is daarna na Barnard se nabygeleë huis, waar hulle haar met die pan gebrand het wat Nico besig was om te gebruik.

Nico se tienerseun, Nico jr. (16), is twee keer met ’n mes in die kop gesteek. Hy is na behandeling in ’n plaaslike hospitaal ontslaan.

Die rowers het drie vuurwapens en Barnard se handsak en geld gesteel.

Hekkie het glo probeer weghardloop en is toe in die rug geskiet.

“Wat het Ouma en Hekkie aan hulle gedoen? My dogter is ook vier maande gelede dood. Ek voel leeg,” het Johan gesê.

Charles Nelson, wat naby Geluk boer, het gister op die toneel gesê in die laaste drie maande was daar vier plaasaanvalle in daardie omgewing.

Die wreedaardigheid van plaasaanvalle waartydens mense onnodig gemartel en vermoor word al het die aanvallers reeds hul buit gekry, is vandeesweek tydens die bekendstelling van ’n verslag van Solidariteit se navorsinginstituut bekend gemaak. Plaasmoorde gaan met baie meer geweld en marteling gepaard as wat mense weet, is by die verslag se bekendstelling gesê.

Lt.kol. Sabata Mokgwabone, polisiewoordvoerder, het gesê die Barnard-gesin se aanvallers het met ’n Nissan Navara, R10 000, selfone en vuurwapens weggekom.

Die Navara is later verlate op die Bethanie-pad gevind, berig Hilda Fourie.

Niemand is nog in hegtenis geneem nie.

Brits plaasmoord

Maria Barnard (94) gister in haar seun se huis in Murrayfield, Pretoria. Sy is op die arm gebrand met die pan waarin haar seun Nico besig was om ontbyt te maak toe hulle vroeg gisteroggend aangeval is. Haar ander seun is in die aanval, op ’n plaas naby Brits, doodgeskiet. Foto: Lisa Hnatowicz

Bron – Martel-aanval

Optog teen plaasmoorde mag voortgaan


Pretoria – Die stad se hooggeregshof het in die guns van AfriForum beslis dat die burgerregtegroep mag voortgaan met sy optog teen plaasmoorde, het Beeld berig.

AfriForum het vroeër in ‘n verklaring gesê hy gaan die hof nader vir toestemming om volgende naweek met sy optog teen plaasmoorde voort te gaan.

Dit volg nadat die Tshwane-metropolisie aanvanklik aangedui het dat hulle geen beswaar teen die voorgenome optog het nie, maar later gesê het “topbestuur” weier om toestemming vir die optog te gee.

Verskeie bekende Suid-Afrikaners, waaronder Steve Hofmeyr, het reeds aangedui dat hulle aan dié optog gaan deelneem.

Die beplande optog is Saterdag om 10:00 van Kerkplein na die polisie se hoofkantoor in Pretoria.

BronOptog teen plaasmoorde mag voortgaan

SA government urged to stop farm attacks


CAPE TOWN, Nov. 27 — The South African government must act to stop growing farms attacks which have become a national crisis, the Solidarity Research Institute (SRI) said on Tuesday.

“The phenomenon of farm murders is pervasive, complex and multifaceted. By this time it is indisputable that rural safety and farm attacks in particular constitute a crisis,” the institute said in a report, compiled with the help from several interest groups like AfriForum and the Transvaal Agricultural Union.

The report criticizes the South African Police Service (SAPS) for neglecting the problem by no longer keeping accurate records of the number of farm attacks.

The SA government has refused to declare farm attacks as “a priority crime” despite growing calls for action.

“It seems as if the matter has been relegated to the background and the necessity of taking action is not a priority,” the report notes.

The report calls farms murders an attack on food security, investment potential, the economy and the battle for justice.

In South Africa which has a much higher crime rate than other countries, farmers run a significantly higher risk to be murdered compared to the general public and the police.

Furthermore, although farm attacks occur globally, farm attacks on South African soil are estimated to be 700 percent higher than in any other country in the world, according to the report.

Farmers from different racial groups fall victim to farm attacks, but white farmers stand an even greater risk to become a victim of an attack. In addition, the chances of a farmer being murdered on a farm in South Africa are anything between four to six times higher than the average murder risk rate for the general population, the report says.

The fight against farm attacks “is a test of political leadership and the priorities of the South African Police Service, ” the report states.

“What is more, it is a test of the leadership and determination of each member of the civil society who believes that these attacks must stop.”

SourceSA government urged to stop farm attacks

Apocalypse III: The shattering of dreams


Two decades of Marxist rule, shattered many dreams, ideals, marriages, families and communities in South Africa. And the end is only beginning.

The past few years nearly two decades were turbulent for Afrikaners.

Ideological tornadoes ripped through South Africa, with more and more people realizing today what a revolution and its consequences really mean. Especially a Marxist revolution.

Afrikaners are close to experiencing two centuries of wrong being committed against them in South Africa.

Starting with the British arrival in the Cape around 1806, turbulent times are still a daily part of Afrikaner lives.

Being stripped of their country legally acquired, by British scorched-earth-and-rape-campaigns, their woes did not end there.

British dominated the economy, mines, and towns, and gradually imported black labor to the mines to exploit the soil. These imported immigrants, stayed, multiplied and adopted South Africa as a home.

Some British joined the Communist Party after the war of 1901, and eroded the very fabric of a country, in which Afrikaners hoped to call home one day.

Being westerners in their thoughts, the Afrikaners saw themselves as Westerners, with Protestant, Europeans, and with similar values.

However being caught up in one of the most brutal wars ever, the Cold War, raging being the East-Bloc countries, and the West, South Africa was just another theatre of operations, and playing field for bigger powers.

The East Bloc communist countries, supported terrorist movements like the ANC, SWAPO, FRELIMO, POLISARIO, and Zanu PF to name but a few.

When the colonized countries of Africa started to resist European rule, the British knew their time in South Africa was also up, and handed an eroded country and rule, to the Afrikaners in 1961.
The Afrikaners jubilated, thinking that the pastoral life they so much desired, since their leaving the British mismanaged Cape behind, and started the Groot Trek in the 1830’s, was finally here.

British and East Bloc communist propaganda quickly cemented the popular propaganda as facts, namely that Afrikaners invented apartheid, and was the demons of Africa. Nothing is ever mentioned of the fact that all apartheid laws was made, implemented and administered by the British, in order to provide jobs for unemployed Brits from back home in England.

Nothing was said of the fact that South Africa was the legal property of Afrikaners, extorted from them in a brutal rape-campaign by the British and their willing black cohorts.
Nothing was said of the fact that the British in fact controlled the interior of South Africa up until 1961, and when colonization started souring in Africa, excused themselves diplomatically, and demonized the Afrikaners very subtly, adopting the image of angels in their conspicuous failure to assume blame for their implementation of Africa, throughout Africa.

That said, Afrikaners believed and voted for a dream. A dream of non-discrimination and excellence and responsibility as cornerstones of a new South Africa, which in the end proved to be nothing more than another communist-marketing exercise.

Many Afrikaners fought in Angola in what they believed the aggression and expansionism of communism worldwide. We were on the side of the West.
Only to be left on the battle-field, within eyesight of Luanda by the Americans.

Only later to learn that the National Party bought diamonds and other minerals from Russia, providing them with the necessary cash to maintain arms and soldiers fighting us in Angola.

All in order to manipulate world-markets.

Treason perhaps?

But nevertheless, an act for which the directors of De Beers were being criminally charged in America, and for which de Beers later had to pay a fine in the order of a $100 billion US.

But still we derived our education from American handbooks, which we translated in Afrikaans, and got educated.

Afrikaners were westerners. Still today their DNA dictates an advanced and intelligent individual, creative, artistic and master of any subject in the world. A DNA out of sync, with the barbarisms and paganism surrounding them. Yet also not at ease in a Western world, that lost the power of faith through the ages. At unease in societies that don’t practice bible-studies anymore, or speak freely about Jesus Christ in conversations. Still blessed with the DNA that build the spaceships now belonging to Branson, which will commercialize space-travel. And the DNA that designed the Ferrari for the 7-times world-champion, Michael Schumacher.

Then we read the Senator Denton’s report published in 1982, wherein he admits that America made several mistakes, by undermining governments, only to prop up and implement worse dictators.
The reports then cite countries like Cuba, Vietnam, Nicaragua, Iran as examples.
Since then, things took a turn for the worse.

The USA declared war on Colombian drug cartels. That opened the door for the Mexicans, which now control drugs in 46 countries, and are developing Mad-Max type of armored tanks, to do battle with during their drug wars. Now the Mexicans also controls the drug trade in more than 270 cities in the USA.

It does not mention the fact that American organizations were behind the final undermining of European rule in South Africa as well, and orchestrated by organizations such as USIS, the United States Information Service, the CIA, the American Committee on Africa, The Africa Fund, The American National Council of Churches, the Bilderbergers, the Ford Foundation, the Washington Office on Africa, the Institute for Policy Studies, American Friends Service Committee, the South African Committee, Southern African Committee, and the International Defence and Aid Fund, the KGB, the United Nations, and finally not the last, the World Council of Churches.

For world leaders knew very well that to be able to extract the minerals lying buried in the South African soil, they had to install a bribable, and corrupt regime. This would enable the west to obtain valuable minerals and commodities, at give-away prices.

Since the middle-ages, wars of conquest followed areas rich in foodstuffs, and commodities. South Africa’s Afrikaners, were about to learn this lesson the hard way since 1868, 1899, and 1994.
The relentless pursuance of metals and minerals, is a worldwide perpetual black hole, never filled nor satisfied ever in history.

The USA started false-flag wars against Iraq and Libya, and a multitude other countries around the Red Sea, toppling governments in Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia and others.

The day the Americans hanged Saddam Husain I looked up to his executioners, and thought to myself: This is a godless people. Saddam only wanted to be paid in Euros for his oil. That was his crime.

He did not want to accept a bankrupt currency from a bankrupt people anymore.

The same with Muammar Gaddafi. He wanted to be paid in gold-dinars instead of a bankrupt dollar.

And the same with the IMF’s Strauss-Kahn, who insisted the IMF cannot by held hostage by a bankrupt nation with a bankrupt currency.

So he was arrested on obvious trumped-up charges.

So, turmoil is still on the loose in the world. And it is a turmoil of which we understand very little. It is the dawn of a new era of colonization taking place, spearheaded by a bankrupt nation with a bankrupt currency, trying to stay alive by consuming the wealth of other nations. It is vociferous hungry lion, consuming everything in its dying throes, playing an ever-increasing dangerous end-game in the world. Nearly half-a-century of living beyond their means, are going to take its toll. It is the end of the American dream, and the American Empire.

The only unanswered question is: “When?”

As the self-appointed policeman of the world, I am thinking that the USA has destroyed more lives than it has saved. It has destroyed more cultures, it has saved, even within. Look at Indian cultures that existed in America a 100 years ago, and you will notice, they are only visible in history books of that time.

Lessons from the rise and fall of great nations, was not learned at all, by one of the biggest megalomaniac superpowers the world has ever seen.

And it is confusing. We are witnessing an act of a nation, which we once believed to be our ally, but whom is clearly guided by evil intentions in its actions as of late.

The USA has to start paying debt back before August. The government of the USA owes so much money, that it is only a matter of time before the house of cards comes tumbling down, and start a new round of depression worldwide.

Fitch is going to downgrade the USA’s credit rating.

People are unemployed for more than 40 weeks in America. House prices came tumbling down. Prices have fallen with more that 33 %. Of all the houses mortgaged, more than 28 % are sitting with negative equity. Americans are trapped in their homes. In 2010 more than a million Americans lost their homes due to foreclosures.

Americans can’t pay their bills anymore. The cost of food have risen by more than 17 % the last six months.

26% of Americans can’t afford to go to the doctor anymore. 30% of employers will not offer health benefits anymore from 2014.

25% of American children receives food stamps from government.

Only 2% of Americans work on farms. 44 million Americans are on food stamps.

America owes $62 trillion to debtors, and are never going to be able to pay it back.

Food riots are predicted for America soon.

How do we as Afrikaners view this?

We’ve been having it.. I am tempting to say. Based on the advertisement of the Idi Amin sitting on the beach, joking about surfing at midnight.

The American empire is crumbling, and is coming down soon, just like Rome and Britain before.

In South Africa, the Afrikaners, gradually grew more and more permissive, from a once very strict patriarchal society. Families visited church less and less. Parties on Saturday followed a late sleep on Sundays. Less and less church. Less and less right and wrongs. Less and less discipline of children. More and more a pleasure-chases, satisfying the self. No more sacrifices of a whole weekend to be able to attend church.

No more capital punishment, with an increased free-time spent before televisions followed. Gradually the patriarchal society was infiltrated by a more matriarchal society, where everything was allowed, ranging from gambling to pornography, and discarding of the ‘old fashioned values’ attitude. Permissive children grew up and became permissive adults.
Permissive adults formed a permissive and ‘with-it’ government, projecting itself as ‘modern’, and in pace with the world and society in general’s demands. Meanwhile these ‘with-it’ advocates were all having extramarital affairs, and was little able to control themselves and their desires.

Little wonder then these adolescent, ‘with-it’ politicians could not cope with the communist onslaught and abdicated their governing responsibilities in South Africa.

Similarly, the Africans in South Africa, never submitted themselves to authority and government. Duped by communist cold war propaganda, they immediately adopted an ideology of treason and subversion against the country’s laws, starting in 1911. Rebelling against patriarchal tribal laws and hierarchies, it was ‘with-it’ to be treasonous, and adopt an attitude of liberation-before-education value system.

Those uneducated ‘liberated-before-being-educated’ children, became uneducated grown-ups, and became an uneducated government hell-bent of never giving in to any form of discipline, responsibility or excellence during their lifetime. Pleasure must always precede any form of work, or responsibility. Nothing must stand in their way.

Now we have ‘liberated-before-being-educated’ children governing the country.
Where God once stood in the centre stage, with a Protestant work-ethic, and service to mankind and fellow-men, this value system simply exists no more.

Life does not revolve around the idea of building up a country, or making life better for everyone around you anymore.

Faith does not revolve around serving God, and praising Him for our salvation anymore.

Those values, at the core of the patriarchal society, we once knew, have died out.

It has been replaced by god-man, who sees himself as being at the center of the universe, and whose only question before doing anything is only: “What is in it for me?” And the second question is : “How much will I gain from it?”.

Self-enrichment, and self satisfaction is the only values left nowadays. No more serving the country, or the people, or being dedicated to an oath like the nurses, that wants to save lives.

And that in short is what we are facing today. A culture of political correctness or cultural Marxism.

So, understandably, this Afrikaner-nation is shell-shocked.

1994 brought about a new wave of liberation for females, especially when males were sidelined in society, and declared persona non grata by courts, and alimony proceedings. This liberation of Afrikaner females was also brought about by the workplace that put females in charge of households, and reduced males to househusbands.

Many females could not cope with their new-found status of being the boss. Many divorces followed. Many children were being used by unscrupulous Afrikaner-females as weapons against their ex-husbands. In a primary school class during 1999, 23 out of 25 children came from divorced families in Afrikaner households.

The dreams young Afrikaner males had of a happy family-life was shattered. The permissiveness of their fathers took its toll on their psyche. The Protestant-values was shattered. The ‘till-death-do-us-part’ vows of marriage, left as soon as nice-young looking male with a job came past a household with an unemployed male as househusband. 96 % of divorced Afrikaner-females that followed the dawn of permissiveness in 1994, never meant a word they said in their marriage vows.

Their vows before God was hollow.

Now it is becoming haunting. The wealth they chased is now empty. Growth from insurance companies have declined, and houses lost value as investments, that is; – if you can sell it.

Education books once treasured, became a symbol of haunting and shattered dreams. Subjects never built life into a particular subject. Permissiveness replacing conservative value-systems was never mentioned as a threat to society, except in national strategy.

Every dream chased as kids and young men was shattered.

And on a worldwide basis, the shattering of dreams is only beginning.

The worshiping of the goods of God, rather than the worship of the God of the goods, is now taking its toll. And this worshipping of materialism, is exacting a heavy toll in the world.

America’s living beyond it’s means, is going to take it’s toll on all of us. And their inability to repay their debt, is going to affect the income of many people who saved money throughout the world in banks or pension funds.

Many millions are going to lose a lifetime of savings. Food riots will erupt, and be suppressed violently. People will be escorted of to concentration camps, whose gas and deaths, will make Auschwitz look pale in comparison. Soon. Especially if you are living in America.

(But this is my conspiracy theory part)

Americans are fined exorbitant fines for menial transgressions, in last ditch efforts to fill state-coffers.

So if you in your subconscious eyes and ears hear and see glass shattering around you, you must know where it is coming from.

It is the shattering of the dreams of a whole world taking place.

The ‘dreamshatter-era’ has dawned.

But for a small core of Afrikaners, on the Southern end of Africa, something else awaits. It is life where not a hair will fall, if it is not the will of God. It is that core, whose survival will only be described as supernatural by pagans and heathens alike, whose God was Jesus Christ throughout all the inviting permissiveness. Those who steadfastedly believed in Him, and who on a daily basis, accepted His grace from the cross. It is these last remnants of the Children of God, who will form the new cornerstone of a truly just and prosperous South Africa. It is they who will become a beacon of light for the rest of the world in the days to come. Like their God, they are the hope for and of the world. They carry the gift of the everlasting life within.

They are one of the secret residences of Jesus Christ.

It is not tears running down my face. It is broken glass of the world.

Me? I am happy. The Creator is standing next to me.

SourceApocalypse III: The shattering of dreams

The final countdown


Nelson Mandela’s ANC government announced earlier this year the implementation of the ‘second transition’ policy. The ‘second transition’ is defined as a radical call to finalize “economic freedom”. The ANC regime chose to roll out this second transition with a death blow to the most vulnerable in the European Minority community, the:

  • impoverished;
  • displaced;
  • elderly;
  • traumatized; and
  • children.

Ironically, they chose to use the same strategies to marginalize the European Minority as Hitler used against the Jews. Over the past 20 years they have implemented many programs, some legislated and some not, that have as their aim the destruction of the European minority. These policies have been held up as redistribution of wealth and transformation. However, they are true to communistic guidelines with the aim to bring into line those who do not align with their views.

These include the exclusion of the European minority from business ownership, trade and employment. The European minority is also excluded from accessing tertiary education as well as school education in their home language. Their defense mechanisms have been removed through disarmament, and the removal of the effective policing structures that protected them, which places them in grave danger of being tortured and attacked.

As a result of these strategic economic policies, approximately a million of the European Minority members are now displaced and living in abject poverty, with a large percentage of the remaining members barely surviving financially. The second transition will push them over the edge into displacement. However, the immediate crisis is but two weeks away, a countdown that do not bode well for the most vulnerable members who have already been marginalized and traumatized. They will loose the one meal a day that is currently supplied by retail food chains.

The government has systematically removed any assistance or aid they may get. They are excluded from receiving state welfare or other benefits. Furthermore, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and charities are precluded from allocating more than 9% (the demographic proportion of Europeans) of their resources to ease their plight. Government enforces this through the interception of NGO and International donor funding by the President’s Office. As a result, the European minority ethnic group affected by policies of redress has been left with no hope and absolutely no opportunities to work their way out of the situation they find themselves in.

Now the final blow

Nelson Mandela’s ANC gazetted new legislation, effective December 2, 2012 that will reduce the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) status of companies that donate to charities assisting minority members. BEE status effectively ensures that a company can obtain business in South Africa. This will affect orphanages, displaced people camps, old age homes, Safe houses and NGO’s similar to Childline and Rape Crisis. Although many are already forced through current legislation to refuse people assistance, the new legislation will also force them to abandon the current European Minority members.

Charities need funds to help others. Companies need funds to donate to charities. This well-orchestrated assault will effectively break the cycle and remove any recourse to destitute and vulnerable European Minority members. This will force orphanages, safe houses and old age facilities to now abandon Europeans and prohibit companies to supply the only meal to many homeless and displaced people, including the elderly and children.

Deliberately inflicting on the European Minority conditions of life, calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part. This in itself meets one of the five criteria to proof genocide, notwithstanding that any of the criteria should be met to meet the definition of genocide. There are detailed examples of actions taken by the South African government that meet all criteria below:

  1. Killing members of the group; or
  2. Causing serious bodily or mental harm to the group; or
  3. Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life, calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; or
  4. Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; or
  5. Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.”

Genocide Watch determined during an intensive investigation during July this year that there is evidence that meet the first criteria; murder, rape, mutilation and torture. South African police fail to investigate or solve many of these murders, which are carried out by organized gangs, often armed with weapons that police have previously confiscated. The racial character of the killing is covered up by a SA government order prohibiting police from reporting murders by race. Instead the crisis is denied and the murders are dismissed as ordinary crime, ignoring the frequent mutilation of the victims’ bodies, a sure sign that these are hate crimes.

Police abuse and intimidation have proven to cause serious physical and mental harm to the European Minority, which meets the second crieteria, as set out in our article, Police: Protector or Predator?

The first three criteria automatically bring about conditions to ensure the forth and fifth criteria, compounded by deliberate actions and policies by the ANC government to ensure effectiveness.

Operation Final Countdown

Friends 4 Humanity is launching Operation Final Countdown to attempt to prevent a human catastrophe of epic proportions that will paralyze the most vulnerable members of the European Minority.

It is imperative that we create a safety net to ensure the protection of the 96,000 orphans, undetermined amount of elderly, children in safe houses and approximately a million displaced people that will be affected by the new legislation when companies implement measures to ensure their BEE status.

Companies will redirect their funding to charities that comply, to comply; charities will have to immediately abandon the European Minority Beneficiaries. The ANC government ensured that these abandoned and vulnerable persons are left without recourse by limiting the timeframe between announcement and implementation to three weeks. It is anticipated that they will implement this legislation in the same manner as they have done with similar human rights abusive legislation, ignore opposition and force compliance.

We trust in the integrity of people’s convictions to oppose these racist policies and we established a task team in South Africa to immediately contact charities who refuse to abandon their European beneficiaries to arrange for alternative funding and determine which of these charities will be able to accommodate people left destitute.

It is envisaged that the majority of the abandoned orphans and children from places of safety will end up in displaced camps or on the street. As previously reported, these children are favored by Nigerian and police child prostitution syndicates who use the lack of human trafficking legislation in South Africa to manage their despicable operations. Once on the streets, we have 48 hours to find them before they are kidnapped and subjected to the 21 day cycle of abuse, gang raped and force-fed drugs. After this, these children are scarred for life and few are able to recover. We hope to arrange with charities that choose to comply with the new legislation not to abandon the children but transfer them to charities or facilities that will accommodate them.

It is expected that some families will ensure the care of their elderly but it has to be realized that many family members of the elderly are already margenilized, homeless or displaced, hence their stay in charity based old age homes, which translates into many of the elderly also ending up in over extended displaced camps with little or no hygienic facilities or food sources. As with the case of the orphans, we will attempt find alternative funding for charities and to relocate the elderly to these facilities.

The estimated million displaced people face the loss of the one meal a day or every second day, that is currently provided to them by benefactors, which are mainly soup kitchens sponsored by retail food chains. The benefactor companies will have no choice but to withdraw donations from these soup kitchens as it will impact their operations if their BEE status is affected. The ANC government effectively reaches their genocidal goal by starving the displaced Europeans and orchestrating conditions to ensure their demise.

Ironically, this legislation was announced soon after the visit by Hillary Clinton to South Africa to strengthen economic ties. A new initiative by USAid was also announced that will make $150-million available to small and medium businesses in South Africa, notwithstanding that this will exclude, through legislation any members of the European Minority. Mrs Clinton also hailed the ANC for their contribution to human rights in South Africa, despite clear evidence of the contrary.

Another irony is the honor bestowed on President Zuma, who received honorary citizenship of Texas and the freedom of the City of Houston in 2011. Whether this is done out of ignorance or political manipulation, only Americans can enforce adequate pressure on their government to not only stop enabling the ANC but to intervene.

How can you help?

It is envisaged that the ANC government will strongly oppose any remedial assistance to these destitute children, elderly and displaced. The only way we can ensure their safety and security and that of the volunteers and charities that wish to participate in the intervention, will be an extremely visible and public awareness campaign. This can only be achieved with your help, please help us to help this vulnerable section of the European minority. If you are unable to help, please tell someone that can.

Your donations will ensure the funding for charities that refuse to comply and will be crucial to establish immediate food relief as well as long term solutions for the approximately million displaced people.

The Stanton Commission of Inquiry, through Genocide Watch, will investigate and determine who exactly is behind the Genocide of the European Minority. Your public support and donations to the Commission and Secretariat will ensure intervention, to not only end these atrocities, but launch long term solutions and secure International legal action against the perpetrators.

We established the Genocide Intervention Fund and trust you will support it – thefriends4humanity@gmail.com

SourceFriends4HumanityThe final countdown

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