GeNOcide Watch placed South Africa at stage 6 which is the preparation stage, leading to stage 7 the extermination stage. Social Media will confirm that people are angry and afraid of the future and that geNOcide is, in fact, a reality. For years, people have been campaigning all over the world including petitioning for help. White people, the minority group in South Africa are suppressed, alienated and murdered in South Africa…
In most cases it the mindset of the majority that claims the white population are nothing but thieves, manipulators, and racists. Whites are considered lazy, dumb and ignorant and only live in the little world of whiteness. Whites are perceived as having a racist superiority with limited knowledge. All of these accusations spell out hatred toward the minority. Hatred are expressed in many forms against innocent whites- from black politicians spewing venom from podiums and racist remarks on the street- to Affirmative Action anti-white laws in the workplace-to deliberate impoverishment of thousands of whites in squatter camps and the denial of basic rights as black impoverished squatters enjoy. However– the most brutal form of this deep jealous hate against whites ostensibly are the horrendous attacks and brutal murders on whites in South Africa.
HERMANSBURG – On Tuesday morning a woman was attacked and tied up in broad daylight on a farm in the area. As Ms Annelize le Roux, a 15-year-long resident of the area, was in her kitchen gathering some belongings for her mother, who had been scheduled to undergo an operation later that day, three black thugs barged through the back door.Armed with a steak knife and a panga, (Machete) – they forced Le Roux to the floor and tied her up with adhesive tape. They demanded money, then took her to the main bedroom and tied her to the bed. They also covered her face with tape. “I screamed for help, but my husband and son were busy with heavy machinery and couldn’t hear me,” she recalled. “They said if I continue to scream, they would kill me.” One of the thugs threatened to cut her fingers off if she did not stop crying. “Do you want to die?” he asked Le Roux. It’s the rough handling and the shouting that I will remember.” She told Lowvelder that only one of the suspects wore a balaclava. “At one stage, my domestic worker recognised his voice. His name is Surprise, one of my former workers who resigned after three months of employment. He was disgruntled because he felt that other workers got preferential treatment,” she said. “I told Surprise to go away, but he threatened to kill me after which I was also tied up,” the domestic worker said.