Tuesday, May 22, 2018

No White Genocide BUT South Africa is in Turmoil!


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South Africa farm attacks: Black farmers also living in fear
WHITE farmers in South Africa say there is a campaign of genocide directed against them. But the other side of the issue has now been heard.
April 13, 2018
White farmers claim they are persecuted and feel unsafe with the government not doing enough to protect them. Picture: David Harrison/AFPSource:AFP
SOUTH Africa is launching an ambitious land reform program as white farmers accuse the government of using hate speech to grab property.
As racial tensions escalate across the country, the government is pursuing plans to give farms owned by white farmers to the black community without compensation.
The plan is being supported by the controversial Economic Freedom Fighters party which has long called for the change.
It comes as black South Africans hit back at the claims of violence, saying they are the victims, the ABC reported.
The father of Matlhomola Mosweu, a 16-year-old youth killed in Coligny in the country’s north west, maintained it was black people who remain the biggest victims of the violence.
Sakkie Dingake’s son was accused of stealing a sunflower from a white-owned farm and was later found dead. Two white farmers have been charged with his death but maintain their innocence.
White farmers claim they are persecuted and feel unsafe with the government not doing enough to protect them. Picture: David Harrison/AFP
White farmers claim they are persecuted and feel unsafe with the government not doing enough to protect them. Picture: David Harrison/AFPSource:AFP
“Based on my experience, it’s not blacks who are victimising them. It is them who are victimising blacks,” Mr Dingake told the ABC.
EFF national spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi denied there was a campaign of genocide directed against white farmers.
“It’s an exaggeration,” he said.
“It’s not even an exaggeration, it’s a falsehood. There is no white genocide. There is no political movement to kill white people. There are no political intentions to the killing of whites.”
The issue of violence against South Africa came under the spotlight after Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton suggested persecuted white farmers should be resettled in Australia.
Just last week Mr Dutton said he was considering “several” applications from South African farmers for refugee or humanitarian status in Australia.
The offer has angered South Africa’s government, insisting no such persecution is taking place.
South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa (centre) said his country wasn’t following Zimbabwe’s example of violence. Picture: Mujahid Safodien/AFP
According to Afriforum, a rights group representing primarily the white Afrikaner minority, 74 farm murders took place in 2016/2017. It says there have been at least 113 attacks and 17 murders as of March this year.
South Africa’s foreign ministry also maintains its people were not under any such danger.
South Africans living in the troubled nation have revealed the lengths they go to stay safe as violence escalates.
Chris Esterhuizen told the ABC farmers started their own neighbourhood watch after having little faith in police.
The group, who go on patrol in Bela Bela, Limpopo province, are armed and wear bulletproof vests as they go about their patrols.
Another farmer Berdus Henrico revealed how he was pistol whipped and shot in the shoulder two times before the gun failed with his robbers still at large.
Others have told news.com.au they are too scared to leave their homes.
In an interview last month, one retiree said she was housebound and too scared to go out even during the day.

The woman, who did not want to be named, said her family are living in constant fear of being attacked or the victim of violence.
White South African farmers say they're living in fear, but blacks say they're the ones being victimised
By Africa correspondent Sally Sara
Updated 12 Apr 2018
Every night, local farmers go on patrol around Bela Bela in South Africa's Limpopo province. Armed and wearing bulletproof vests, they cover more than 160 square kilometres.
Chris Esterhuizen says they have little faith in the police, so they look after themselves.
"You wait four or five hours for the police to come out to assist you. So, we decided to do a neighbourhood watch in our area," he said.
By day, Mr Esterhuizen runs a local taxidermy business. He is always armed, even in the workshop.
He's determined to stay in South Africa, but the fear of being attacked is taking a big emotional toll.
"I think there are guys who want to leave everything. But I don't think it's so easy. You put your whole life — sorry, this is taking me very seriously. You can't leave this place. Really," he said.
According to police figures, 71 people were murdered on South African farms in the year to March 2017.
But farming group Afriforum says that figure does not reflect the full extent of the violence faced by its members.
'They want our money and our land'
In February, armed robbers stormed a farm house in the Melk River district north of Bela Bela.
Berdus Henrico was shot repeatedly at close range and pistol whipped until he was unconscious.
"I was shot two times here," he said pointing to his shoulder.
"And the other one went in here and went out the back of my neck."
The attackers tried to take one final shot at Mr Henrico's head, as his partner Estelle Nieuwenhuys watched on in horror, but the rifle jammed.
"I can't get that out of my head. Because, I believe that if that shot went down, the next one was for me," she said.
The robbers escaped and are still at large.
The couple have upgraded their security, including an electric fence.
But they are left wondering at the motive for the attack. Was it an opportunistic robbery or race-based violence?
Mr Henrico has his view.
"It's hatred from them. The most thing they want to do, is disarm our white people. They want our guns, they want our money and they want our land. That's the main thing," he said.
White farmers not the only victims
South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress, has denounced the violence against farmers, even though it has been accused by some farming groups of failing to do enough.
ANC national spokesman Pule Mabe says farming families must be safe.
"The ANC is in solidarity with the farmers on that issue. We are standing on their side. The ANC has always declared any acts of terror on other human beings to be acts of criminality," he said.
More than two decades after the end of apartheid, South Africa's progress is still overshadowed by division and violence. And it's not just white farmers who are the victims. Some black farm workers and their families are also suffering.
In April last year, 16-year-old Matlhomola Mosweu was found dead after being accused of stealing a sunflower from a white-owned farm, near the town of Coligny in South Africa's north west.
The death has devastated his father, Sakkie Dingake.
"It was painful, to be honest, because I expected a lot of him. My son had a vision of what he wanted to become in the future," Mr Dingake said.
Two white farmers have been charged in connection with the killing. Both maintain their innocence. The case is still before the courts.
Matlhomola's parents are former farm workers. They live in a squatter camp with hundreds of others who are jobless and landless.
"Based on my experience, it's not blacks who are victimising them. It is them who are victimising blacks," Mr Dingake said.
Local residents rioted when Matlhomola's body was found, lashing out at white residents, burning down homes and looting businesses.
'There is no white genocide'
The tension in some communities is escalating, as the South African government promises to launch a land reform program.
White farmers have accused leaders of political parties, such as the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), of using hate speech to encourage genocide and land invasions.
But EFF national spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi disagrees.
"It's an exaggeration. It's not even an exaggeration, it's a falsehood. There is no white genocide. There is no political movement to kill white people. There are no political intentions to the killing of whites," Mr Ndlozi said.
The EFF is backing the call for white farms to be handed back to the millions of black South Africans who work the land but don't own it. After years of avoiding any action, the South African Government says it will change the law so it can seize land without compensation.
"Land is a matter of pride. The best way you can restore the pride of our people is to give them back their land," ANC national spokesman Mr Mabe said.
White landowners, such as Mr Esterhuizen from Bela Bela, say the land wasn't stolen.
"I mean, nobody here just gets land. Where ever you go, you have to buy your farm, you have to buy your land. So the EFF guys just want to take land over. They say it's their land. So, it's a problem', Mr Esterhuizen said.
Anger over Peter Dutton's suggestion
The suggestion by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton of special visas for white farmers to go to Australia has angered the South African Government.
"No one must ever, regardless of which country they find themselves in, must ever undermine how the people of South Africa process their own revolution. We are peace-loving individuals," Mr Mabe said.
The EFF has ridiculed the visa suggestion.
"South Africa and the history of white Australia, they share the same racism, the same hatred, the same phobia with white people in South Africa of black people," Mr Ndlozi said.
"Therefore they are plugging into that. So, we are not shocked that such a thing would come from Australia.

"White people would be running away, if they were to run to Australia, they would be running away from themselves. Because they are afraid of equality."
The White Genocide Hoax in South Africa – Stop the Madness
By Thabi Myeni*, AFROPUNK contributor
April 2, 2018
Contrary to white popular belief, there is no such thing as white genocide in South Africa.
The white genocide myth started making waves in 2014. Four years later, we\’re still talking about this lie because South African white supremacists are now fueling it with the help of racist pundits from ultra white imperialist countries and Fox News.
I imagine the hoax acheived its goal as early as 2015 when it became one of Dylann Roof’s motivations for brutally killing nine black people in a Charleston church. In his manifesto “The Last Rhodesian”, Dylann Roof paid homage to South African white supremacists by referencing the imaginery genocide of white people happening here. He also praised apartheid as evidence that a black majority can be controlled by a white minority.
The fact that black people in South Africa continue to be the subject of necropolitics, dispossession and systemic racial oppression for almost 400 years now without frantic global media coverage and all it took was for white people to sign a petition based on a lie for Fox News to come running, speaks volumes about the kind of people who have the power to control the media narrative and standardized outrage.
South Africa remains a deeply unequal-racial society. According to recent statistics, indegenous people own less than 4% of agricultural land and as much as 73.3% is in the hands of the white minority. Which brings us to another reason why the beneficiaries of colonisation would lie about something so henious, black people are organising themselves to take back their land. Grassroots movements like the Black First Land First (BLF) that are lobbying for indigenous people to take back what is rightfully theirs, have inspired mass resistance against white hegemony. Calls for reparations are mounting, black people are organizing themselves to pursue justice and making serious strides towards their liberation.
The worst part of this hoax is that most statistics that these white \”civil societies\” put out about white genocide have been debunked at every intersection, there’s not a single definitive statistical report that would lead any sane person to conclude that South Africa’s white race is systematically and deliberately being killed.
Crime is rampant in South Africa, which should shock no one because our Constitution (the cornerstone of our so-called democracy) itself doesn\’t seek to correct the most violent crimes this country has ever seen – white capitalism and dispossession. Where the black majority has been disenfranchised and economically excluded.
The most important take away is that crime affects everyone and if anything, white people are less affected by it because a large majority of white South Africans live in gated communities and have the luxury of security. Most violent crimes tend to happen in underdeveloped areas called townships and it just so happens that those areas are occupied by black people who were forcefully removed from their homes and packed into there like sardines after being dispossessed of land.
Furthermore, if anyone should complain about farm murders, it is the millions of indegenous people whose ancestors were slaughtered on the same farms that white people now occupy \”for generations\” today.
Let’s close the chapter on this, genocide is when a large group of people of a specific ethnicity or nation are deliberately murdered in an attempt to erase that group’s existence. Is this happening to white people in South Africa? No? Well then, end of story.
* Thabi Myeni is a student activist and aspiring writer
Statistics on land ownership [https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/opinion/letters/2018-02-12-sas-land-issue-needs-urgent-attention-as-black-people-own-only-4/]
Dyland Roof’s manifesto [https://amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/jun/20/dylann-roof-fbi-website-manifesto-charleston-shooting]
On South African inequality [https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/south-africa-worlds-most-unequal-society-report-14125145]
Fox news latching on to statistics that were debunked by Africa Check: [http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/03/24/south-africa-accused-covering-up-grisly-murder-spree.html]. They also recently did a segment on supposed ‘white genocide’ here and I’m not sure how to find it.
On the Black First Land First (BLF) [https://blackopinion.co.za/tag/black-first-lan