Anglo-American top man warns against anti-Boer hatespeech
9 December 2010 Leave a comment
Anglo American Chairman’s Fund top-man Clem Sumter warns ANC-regime to stop genocidal hatespeech against farmers
December 8 2010 – Clem Sumter, widely described as the ‘renowned South African scenario planner and Chairman of Anglo American Chairman’s Fund”- warns in a column in News24.com today that “the government must urgently step in to stop all the genocidal hate-speech against farmers.
‘ A level of depravity and sickness of mind…’
He wrote: “I have seldom – if ever – read something which has left me so disheartened. I am referring to the news article posted on News24 last week about the brutal murder of the Potgieter family in the Lindley district of the Free State. My deepest condolences go to the relatives and friends. At least some suspects have been arrested. Good for the police! How can anyone shoot a three-year-old girl (Willemien Potgieter, left) in the back of the head at point blank range and then leave a note: “We have killed them. We are coming back.” It requires a level of depravity and sickness of mind which is unthinkable.”
‘ The farmers of this country are at considerable risk,’ he warns
‘Cockroaches that had to be stamped out…’
Above: examples of anti-Boer hatespeech which Clem Sumter warned the ANC-regime to clamp down on, hard: ‘ it should be the the most deadliest crime any citizen can commit… ‘
Sumter noted: ” It has happened before. You only have to go back to the Second World War when the most scientifically advanced nation on Earth – I am talking about Germany – was bewitched by Adolf Hitler. He convinced them that Jews were not people, the consequence being that young concentration camp guards with no twinge of conscience whatsoever calmly escorted whole families into the gas chambers, locked the doors and turned on the jets. We have seen it since in Cambodia, Russia and Rwanda. It happened under Pol Pot, Stalin and Mao. Sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, grandfathers, grandmothers were perceived as the enemy – cockroaches that had to be stamped out. They were killed after being photographed; machine-gunned into trenches that they themselves had dug, or sent into the Siberian waste to freeze to death. “Time and again mankind goes through these moments of madness and all that is left is a mountainous pile of skulls. There is no upside to payback time, not even for the perpetrators.
“I am sure some of you reading this article will ask: how can I raise the spectre of dehumanisation because of an isolated death? The answer is that dehumanisation is a greasy pole, and once you are on it you can slide down into the pit of mass murder very quickly.”
Sumter: “The farmers of this country are at considerable risk:”
He continues: “I have a nasty feeling that the rhetoric in certain quarters is heading in this direction (the pit of mass murder) , the farmers in this country are at considerable risk and it only requires some spark somewhere for the fires to start raging. Hence, I am not over-reacting. It is therefore absolutely imperative that the government here bans the use of any genocide-laden terminology from any quarter, and that anybody found guilty of using such language is sent to prison for a long time without any chance of appeal or parole.
“It should be considered one of the deadliest crimes that any citizen can commit. There should be no mercy shown to the culprits, just as they would show no mercy if they were in a position to carry out their vile rhetoric. Punishment must be quick and harsh to serve as a big deterrent. …”(END COLUMN BY CLEM SUMTER.) http://www.news24.com/Columnists/ClemSunter/The-greasy-pole-of-dehumanisation-20101208
Genocide Watch already warned from 2002 that Boer-farmers were at risk of genocide:
The International Campaign to Prevent Genocide, (Genocide Watch), based in the USA, already started warning against the same dangers posed to South Africa’s commercial farmers from 2002, with their founder/chairman Prof Gregory Stanton submitting a crisp, clear and precise summary of why they believed that the “Boer farmers were at risk of genocide’ – and also urging the SA government to take urgent and pro-active measures to stop the genocidal hate-speech such as its song “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer’… to stop this cancer from growing.
After formal requests from the Afrikaner/Boer community, that particularly loathsome genocidal hatespeech song was banned by the High Court of SA earlier this year, however this month the ANC-regime (unsuccessfully) applied to have it ‘unbanned’ – claiming the song ‘formed part of their struggle history’. The high court judge ruled however that the song ‘called for the mass murder of a specific minority and that it represented hate-speech’.
Above: Genocide Watch warning in 2002 – when 1,000 Boer farmers had been murdered. By December 2010, this death-toll has risen to above 3,650 farmers murdered.
Genocidal hate-speech in South Africa in 2010:
New slogan coined: One bullet – one white infant:
CALL TO KILL AFRIKANER SINGER STEVE HOFMEYR: