Afrikaner Genocide Denialists On Record
10 November 2013 Leave a comment
Afrikaner Genocide denialist Siyabonga Nyezi’s snide ‘apology to Afrikaners’
A reply by ‘Alternative Afrikaner” Henri Le Riche
November 6 2013 – “Dear Siyabonga Nyezi:
“Thank you for the apology letter you wrote to all Afrikaners:
read entire snide ‘apology’ by this genocide-denialist: http://siyabonganyezi.tumblr.com/post/63721579454/dear-afrikaner-people-we-are-sorry
Le Riche writes: “It is mighty big of you to take it on yourself to apologize for the atrocities inflicted by black racists on whites who only represent a small 9% minority in South Africa. This is especially a big step as the stereotype most white people worldwide have of Africans or black people in general, is that they never take responsibility. You just proved that assumption wrong.
You are absolutely 100% correct to say that black people are ‘poor and get killed by other black people every day’. There are also 600,000 whites living in squatter camps across South Africa that you failed to mention:
- And taking there are about 4-million whites out of a total population of 50-million, it is quite shocking to think that nearly one-quarter of this (white) minority lives in poverty.
- They too are victims of crime, like their black counter parts. No dispute there.
As you might know it is an American gentleman by the name of Gregory Stanton who says that whites, and more specifically Afrikaners, are at level 6 (out of the 8 total stages) of Genocide. Here he says it, on video:
And this deliberate impoverishment of Afrikaners below: also forms part of the genocide:
Hahahaha! No! No! Stanton is not a “right winger” or “Boeremag” member:
- Gregory H. Stanton is the Research Professor in Genocide Studies and Prevention at George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. He is the best known for his work in the area of genocide studies. He is the founder (1999) and president of Genocide Watch, the founder (1981) and director of the Cambodian Genocide Project, and the founder (1999) and Chair of the International Campaign to End Genocide. From 2007 to 2009 he was the President of theInternational Association of Genocide Scholars.
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocide –
This international body is comprised of top experts on all modern genocides worldwide, from the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, Bosnia and Rwanda – just to name a few.
- Stanton is against injustice, which is colour blind in itself, similar to poverty:
- Stanton comes from the lineage of women’s suffrage activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Henry Brewster Stanton, an anti-slavery leader. He worked as a voting rights worker in Mississippi, a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Ivory Coast, and as Church World Service/CARE Field Director in Cambodia in 1980. )
It would be worthwhile reading this man’s biography: it warns that black racists are murdering Afrikaners, that the South African government does nothing to stop it, and that the genocide is aided and abetted through denialism by most blacks and some whites:
- Eight Stages of Genocide: http://www.genocidewatch.org/genocide/8stagesofgenocide.html
What is the definition of Genocide?
Le Riche: “Interestingly, you nearly got the meaning of what Genocide means, but no close cigar Siyabonga. I would also suggest you read my article that will explain that it is not the first time a Genocide happened in South Africa: http://www.henrileriche.com/2013/10/16/not-the-first-time-genocide-happened-in-south-africa/
“Luckily for you, you are not like the masses out there making a mockery of Genocide and having no idea what it means, and there are twelve ways to genocide an ongoing genocide: as follows:
You will notice the most common denial in South Africa is point 10, which is,
- “Claiming that what is going on (in South Africa) doesn’t fit the definition of genocide.”
The reason for this denial is that most people think genocide just mean immediate “mass murder” (with huge numbers of people murdered all at once) — and well, let’s face it, basically these people only know what they are told — rather than obtaining a proper education and research on the subject.
- You see Siyabonga, most people are like parrots. They just repeat fuzzy words and popular opinion, without having in-depth knowledge. It is what you call “Sheeple”. Like sheep being chased into a pen they just follow each other as a group.
The famous Lemkin (who in 1944 coined the word genocide in his book documenting Nazi atrocities: Axis Rule in Occupied Europe). He defined it as follows:
“By ‘genocide’ we mean the destruction of a nation or of an ethnic group. This new word, coined by the author (Lemkin) to denote an old practice in its modern development, is made from the ancient Greek word genos (race, tribe) and the Latin cide (killing)… Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. Genocide is directed against the national group as an entity, and the actions involved are directed against individuals, not in their individual capacity, but as members of the national group” (80).
Le Riche: “People or governments who allow Genocide don’t get away with it even many years later, after they denied any existence of it happening: justice eventually catches up.
- As you can see with the following, even with the Guatemala genocide in the 60′s: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-24833642
“I would strongly suggest in order to sound like you know what you’re talking about to do proper research, and not fall into the trap of mass hysteria of ignorance as so many South Africans did under Apartheid, and even now in the “new” — still not so enlightened — South Africa.
Like Genocide, you also get different types of Oppression. As you are the beneficiary of racist laws I won’t expect you to see the black racism favouring you and others.
After all, these laws such as the Affirmative Action, and Black Economic Empowerment Acts are passed with the purpose of protecting blacks-only interests in the name of a Black Nationalist government.
- When life is good, with laws that are in place to look after your wellbeing, it tends to blind that group of their own racism. I am sure that you must be aware that oppression in any form that ticks the following words falls into this category?
– oppression noun: oppression; plural noun: oppressions — ‘prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or exercise of authority.’
- – synonyms: persecution, abuse, maltreatment, ill-treatment, tyranny, despotism, repression, suppression, subjection, subjugation, enslavement, exploitation;cruelty, ruthlessness, harshness, brutality, injustice, hardship, misery, suffering, pain, anguish, wretchedness
You will recognize words there that black people can relate to, there are also words which now fit to the events which the new South Africa’s whites can relate to.
– As you can see, Oppression has many words to describe this noun. Similar to the word Genocide.
During Apartheid when I drove through a township I did not see oppression of blacks. People were happy and smiling. That experience of mine during Apartheid, like Genocide, does not mean it didn’t happen, or is not happening now.
As history judged those who were silent during Apartheid, so will history judge those who are silent now.
Le Riche adds sarcastically: “You are indeed correct by saying that Afrikaners own ‘acres and acres of lavish land’. As you yourself know poverty is only black, when life is good and laws in place to look after your race”, as I explained. It is well known that ‘Afrikaners are born with huge sums of money, like Jews, and all families also have two or more farms with gold or coal mines’.
— As with the Jews it is also understood why black South Africans live in poverty and don’t have jobs. Don’t you just hate rich Afrikaners?
— After all, who would hate or murder people that others are made to believe are the reason for all their troubles?
— Never happened once in history right? And when I mean history I don’t mean the short historical years of the “Freedom Struggle”.
There was actually a history before the Freedom Struggle was created on the eighth day…
As for Bantu education you are correct about how good it was. I can only guess you must be a very intelligent guy? Maybe got Bantu Education yourself to write such a marvelous piece of insight?
- If you don’t have Bantu education I can assume you’re still a young guy. If that’s the case you will need to hit those books even harder to catch up to the education level of the pre 1994 generation:
As Rabelani Dagada, a lecturer at the Wits Business School said:
- “Bantu education was far better in terms of quality than the education that our kids are receiving nowadays. That is where the problem is. Affirmative action should be about empowerment. The best way to empower is not to take from those who have and give to those who don’t have. It won’t work. After 20 years of democracy, the education levels have plunged. It’s worse than the so-called Bantu education.” http://www.citypress.co.za/news/bantu-education-was-better/
Le Riche: “I am baffled why you would say you don’t understand Afrikaners? You so clearly and humbly apologized, which shows insight well beyond your years, even showing a willingness to break through all those stereotypes of black people.
Heck, if I didn’t know any better I would have thought you’re an Afrikaner yourself! Unfortunately I must have to add, that you will need to brush up on research on certain topics. This will help you to fine tune your understanding of complex matters which is only privy to a select few.
- You are correct that hate-crime targets Afrikaners more than blacks, Siyabonga.
I assume you do know that hate crimes are different to ‘just crime’? Of course you do, as you showed considerable insight so far.
- — All people are victims of crime, but as also happens to black lesbians, Afrikaners are the biggest group targeted by hate-crimes: recent examples: http://www.censorbugbear.org/farmitracker/reports
Of course these hate-crimes “cannot be committed by black people as we all know ‘black people cannot be racist’.”
You’ve got to be a pretty special human being when it comes to not having certain negative human traits. Supreme in every way. Read More: Spot the racist…http://www.henrileriche.com/2013/10/22/redoctober-spot-the-racist/
It is maybe a good idea to do more homework on the hate-crime subject too, as you will notice people can be targeted on their ethnicity, like Afrikaners or “Boers” which is a codeword used by most blacks for all whites.
Well Siyabonga, I know you are a very busy man so I won’t take any more of your time. Taking you are a Magazine Editor I think you will be very grateful for all the information I gave you. Though it is Wikipedia, it is a good start for further easy research. Looking forward to your next column.
All the best — An Afrikaner
PS. You would have noticed I did not start the piece with “Dear Black People” as I feel it is unfair to give all black people acknowledgement for the vision and insight you displayed, and taking so much guilt on your shoulders by apologizing. You are indeed a one of a kind, a hero!
White poverty at record level is a ‘new form of apartheid’ – warning: http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page72308?oid=369561&sn=Marketingweb+detail&pid=90389