- Images above, featuring Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, are taken from this youtube video.
In 1994, South Africa transitioned from white to black rule - complete with the murder of thousands of Whites:
South Africa has been referred to as the "rape capital of the world:"
Where a woman is sexually assaulted every 40 seconds:
And just over a quarter (27.6%) of South African males have raped once in their lifetime. Nearly one in two of the men who raped (46.3%) said they had raped more than one woman or girl:
It has also been described as the murder capital of the world:
Black economist, Walter Williams, admitted that "ordinary Africans were better off under colonialism:"
Which is a view shared by many black South Africans, who lived under apartheid and think their lives would change (for the better) if the Nationalist Party came back; “in terms of work they didn’t oppress us. We didn’t struggle for work then:”
A reporter from New Zealand TV3 interviewed, Ryklieff, a man who stood on the front line of the anti-apartheid struggle. In October 1985, he was one of a group of unarmed civilians who were shot at by the South African police, in the infamous Trojan Horse massacre. "Like many of his countrymen, Ryklieff is starting to believe he was better off under apartheid:"
One article stated that the black Zimbabweans commonly believe that "life had been better under the old, racist, white regime" and one black man argued that "It would have been better if whites had continued to rule… Then we could get jobs. Things were cheaper in stores. Now we have no money, no food:"
Contrary to popular belief, the white-black income gap in South Africa was shrinking until blacks came to rule in 1994; the white income grew from 98% higher than blacks to 118% higher and black poverty has significantly risen:
Rhodesia under the rule of whites was the leading African exporter of grain, yet Zimbabwe (Rhodesia was renamed when blacks took over) cannot feed half of its population:
The country faces “starvation and economic collapse.” In July 2005 President Mugabe declared that his land reform policy would be complete only when there was, "Not a single white on the farms." But a contracting economy, hyperinflation touching 1,100% and food shortages have forced the authorities to allow some interested white farmers to return to their land, as the country faces starvation and economic collapse:
Since 1994, "an estimated 4041 farmers have been murdered and many more maimed, tortured, raped and assaulted." The official data is that the murder rate of white South African Farmers (Boers) is the highest in the world by profession:
Their hospital system became, "Beyond help" when the Rhodesian whites were driven away by black terrorists. If patients cannot pay they cannot be treated, a litre of intravenous fluids and a set of equipment to administer it costs Z$1.5million - half a civil servant’s monthly salary. "Patients are dying of things like dehydration - in a hospital," he said:
Zimbabwe has "the world’s highest inflation and fastest-shrinking peacetime economy… with the lowest life expectancy anywhere - just 34 for women and 37 for men - and the highest percentage of orphans:”
The South African government hides black-on-white murders with fake death certificates:
Finally, President Dr. Gregory Stanton of Genocide Watch, already warned last year that the Afrikaner population could be on the verge of a government-linked extermination campaign.
During a fact-finding mission to South Africa, Stanton, who helped fight against apartheid, found evidence implicating the ruling African National Congress (ANC)-South African Communist Party (SACP) government in a plot to eradicate whites as part of a scheme to foist Marxist tyranny on the nation.
In fact, Genocide Watch has raised its alert level on South Africa to stage 6 out of 8 – the planning and preparation phase of the extermination process:
“There is thus strong circumstantial evidence of government support for the campaign of forced displacement and atrocities against white farmers and their families,” Stanton said in the Genocide Watch report, adding that the end goal was communist tyranny. “There is direct evidence of [South African] government incitement to genocide.”