Saturday, 14 March 2009

White Crosses in South Africa

By Mister Fox

An ideology always benefits some elite groups and the one-world ideology benefits multi-national corporations that get the mineral rights. The process is very corrupt: Western governments appropriate tax money paid by their citizens and transfer it to elites in the third world for the mineral rights to go to multi-national corporations; they also free populations to be brought to the west as cheap labour and our work to be relocated where people live on subsistence wages. Having encouraged wage slaves from the Third World Western elites often publicly apologise for historical slavery!

In the new South Africa racial genocide of South African Boers, who are Afrikaner farmers, is taking place as I write but the Western media who know all about it because they have agents and reporters in the country will not report it.

Click here to continue reading this insightful and well researched article by my friend Mister Fox.

UPDATE 18 March 2009

The total number of white farmers killed in the ongoing genocide now totals 3,039 following the murder of a couple at their farm in Brandvlei, their housekeeper was assaulted but not killed.

You will note from the report that the media persists in referring to the crime as a "robbery" and the perpetrators as "robbers", and indeed on this occasion, property was taken as well as lives. However, it is unthinkable that were over 3,000 members of any ethnic minority, other than white, been tortured to death by the majority population, that the media would treat these atrocities as "crime related".


Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah,
I see this post has scored no comments from readers - very sad - nobody in Britain really gives a toss about the white genocide taking place in SA right now.
However, it would be interesting to see what reaction you would get if you were to post a bogus article about blacks in South Africa being murdered by whites? Your site would become an overnight sensation in the UK, a million "Save the poor little kaffirs" charities would spring up overnight, old age pensioners faced with the prospect of dying either of hunger or cold would be implored to hand over either their gas or food money, or both if they have such and somebody would scratch up some munt in history too long ago for anybody to remember any dirt on and erect a statue of him in Trafalgar Square or Hyde Park for bored British Liberals to go and worship after consulting their Swami of the day.

Sarah Maid of Albion said...

I am surprised, and saddened that there have been no comments here. Hopefully people have left their comments on the Green Arrow blog. I would hate to think that it was because people do not care.

I have just updated the numbers killed to 3,039, to include the couple killed at their farm in Brandvlei this week, which once again the media describe as "robbery"

Tia Mysoa said...

I think people have just been left speechless – dumbfounded, and utterly shocked by what’s happening in South Africa. I’ve noticed the same tendency on many other blogs where excellent and well researched articles have been published. The sitemeter shows that people are flocking to read the articles, but the readers seldom leave any comments.

Also, the situation here is causing many people to go into a state of depression and anxiety. There is simply too much gruesome coverage on this issue. Maybe it’s a matter of putting your head in the sand, --- to keep your sanity – who knows?

Viking said...

Hi Sarah
It's a great post, thanks.
Maybe people are silent because there is nothing to say.. the West never cared and won't change its ways now.

notareargunner said...

It would be hilarious if itwas not so true...

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is so sad. I lived in South Africa up until two months ago and as a white Afrikaner I feared for my life every, every, everyday.
A lot of people I know got murdered in the most cruel in brutal ways. Yet the world choose to be blind of our prayers and begging...
Me and my husband fled from South Africa. I love South Africa, we love South Africa so much. It is what we call home, all we have ever known. We have been born there. Yet we cannot stay there and live, we cannot have children and entrust South Africa to provide them with a future, as we are not welcomed, we are hated there.
Maybe the world out there have no empathy or sympathy because they feel that we are getting what we deserve. I don't know, I was born in 1987, when apartheid came to an end. I did not benefit or impose apartheid on anyone, I will not pay for it. How long will Africa play the blame game?
I am really sad, South Africa is such a beautiful country, but their people's hands are full of blood. They cannot stop hating, blaming, killing and raping. And I cannot pay for their demons.