Africa unsafe for ethno-Europeans
26 December 2010 Leave a comment
Attacks targetting ethno-Europeans in Africa between June 1 2010 – Dec 23 2010
Dokkum, The Netherlands. Adriana Stuijt reports. The African country showing the highest level of armed violence against ethno-Europeans is South Africa. The violence has escalated dramatically since the end of the World Cup 2010 football tournament in Juy 2010. Attacks and false arrests of whites in the rest of Africa are also rising.
The province of Gauteng ‘s greater-Pretoria smallholdings regions show the largest number of violent, armed attacks targetting primarily Afrikaans-whites, with 340 attacks since June 2010, followed by North West province with 181, the Free State 93, the Western Cape 57, KwaZulu-Natal 26 and the northern Cape and Limpopo a combined 7 attacks. On December 10 2010 in Mogadishu Somalia, two Afrikaner TV-journalists were arrested mistakingly by authorities claiming they were mercenaries helping to train militias in Puntland; four white Russian crew members of their rental plane are still in custody while the two Afrikaners were released on December 21 2010.
On the island of Madagascar, an Afrikaner farming-couple was murdered; in October 2010, in the Seychelles, a South African yacht with three people on board was kidnapped by Somalian pirates – of whom two still remain in captivity: a Dutch naval vessel had followed the vessel and rescued the captain of the yacht.
In Namibia, 4 Afrikaner/German farmers were attacked, of whom 3 died since June 2010.
Ethnic-cleansing campaign of ‘white’ Boer farmers in Zimbabwe and South Africa continues:
- In Zimbabwe, three Boer-farmers were murdered since June 2010 – bringing the total of ethno-European farmers murdered in Zimbabwe to 25 under the Mugabe-regime. Less than 2,000 white farmers remain in Zimbabwe.
- The total number of ethno-European farmers murdered in South Africa has reached 3,768 since 1994 under the ANC-regime.. Less than 12,000 commercial farmers remain in South Africa. These mostly Boer-farmers now only have access to less than 0,5% of the total land surface for excess-crop-farming. List of names, murdered SA farmers: http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2010/12/farm-murders-victim-names-1994-2010_18.html