We don’t accept any argument that we are not dealing with a genocide in South Africa. It might look different from the genocide in Rwanda or Armenia because the white minority does not live in concentrated areas where they are rounded up and taken to places of execution.
They live on farms and in rural areas all over the country and are therefore targeted individually.
That makes it no less a genocide. The sheer brutality of torture and hatred that goes with the attacks is sufficient evidence to convince Front National SA of this fact, irrespective of what political party leaders say about it.
The following statistics from AfriForum and SAPS:
1. 4 May, Heuningspruit, near Kroonstad, Free Sate
2. 8 May, Bela Bela, Limpopo
3. 16 May, Verulam, KZN
4. 25 May, Leeuwkloof, PTA North
5. 1 June, Vaalwater, Limpopo
6. 2 June, Reitz, Free State
7. 7 June, Ladybrand, Free State
8. 11 June, Hartbeesfontein, North West
9. 13 June, Hennops River, Gauteng
10. 13 June, Still bay, West Cape
11. 15 June, Modimolle, Limpopo
12. 16 June, Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo
13. 16 June, Haenertsburg, Limpopo
14. 17 June, Mbombela, Mpumalanga North (Murder)
15. 17 June, Ladybrand, Free State (Murder)
May and June 2018 were black months indeed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their next of kin.
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