7 April 2014 2 Comments
Why are so many Afrikaners dying in squatter camps?
By Adriana Stuijt. April 7 2014 – Ever since 1994, when the ANC-regime came to power, as a retired SA-Dutch journalist I’ve been keeping track of the Afrikaner people’s growing destitution – deliberately created by the ANC-regime. Following is a summary of this ongoing process of deliberate genocidal behaviour leading to the deaths of many Afrikaners as they drift into destitution.
Lately there have been a growing number of reports that Afrikaner people are dying of water-borne diseases such as cholera in these camps. They are also dying of other preventable communicable diseases such as TB – which during apartheid was kept so well under control that they had a 95% cure-rate. Many Afrikaners also die in fires in their squatter shacks because they have no access to electricity. Many children also are maimed in such fires and have to spend the rest of their lives as crippled invalids.
Avoidable cholera-deaths in Afrikaner squatter camps reported:
This is the latest such incident – a (medically-confirmed) cholera death at one of the poor-white camps run by the Nehemiah project: The people at the Afrikaner Journal are trying to alleviate the problem and desperately need help – especially clean water systems and solar-powered appliances – to be installed in these camps.
Cholera deaths are avoidable with cheap clean-water system for families:
These cholera-deaths are totally unnecessary: they can be prevented by a simple device which cleans out 99% of all the harmful organisms from even the dirtiest drinking water: if any donors are willing to come forward to help the poor Afrikaner families with such life-saving, clean water devices it would be very helpful. (below)
ANC regime refuses clean-water reticulation to poor white communities:
For all this misery is ALL due to the deliberate neglect by the ANC-regime towards poor Afrikaners – they refuse to lay on the free municipal services to ‘ whites ‘’ , which they do always provide to poor black communities as soon as they have set up another little squatter camp anywhere – these camps get a set minimum quantity of municipal water and –electricity and ablution facilities which are being totally denied to the Afrikaner poor.
I refer to the ‘Afrikaner poor’ because surveys have found that in most of these little camps, more than 98 percent of all the camp-dwellers are Afrikaners. That’s why it’s also been mainly the Afrikaner cultural structures putting up a valiant fight – in the courts and with hands-on help – to try and stop this tsunami of Afrikaner poverty. It’s conservatively estimated that at least 1million of the 3,4million Afrikaner people now live in dire poverty, many in these camps and in backyard shanties.
People are being ethnically cleansed from traditional ‘Afrikaner’ areas and are forced to move to marginal sites – which are moreover also encreasingly encroached upon by very aggressive, very demanding and very large black groups, often illegal foreigners from other African countries demanding free municipal services:
Afrikaner death toll rising:
The death toll among the Afrikaners – often horribly slaughtered and mutilated in hate-crimes – is rising by the month: see http://www.censorbugbear.org/farmitracker/reports
Afriforum and Solidariteit and Helpende Hand have over the years all done wonderful work - often financially supported by their trade-union members, mostly mineworkers, and by close-knit farming communities, to try and stop this headlong plunge into starvation and destitution.
Before 1994 there were about 20,000 ‘poor whites’ on the official records. Mostly with physical or mental disabilities who were drawing small pensions from the NP-government, and were staying in a low-cost group of well-tended flats in central Pretoria and similar social-housing sites in other cities as well. As a journalist I visited those flats in Pretoria many times. People there were ‘proud poor’- ashamed of their poverty, counting their pennies. The building was guarded and the flats themselves were neat, clean and frequently inspected by the social welfare department to make certain things ran well there. These flats also provided cheap housing for the nurses at the nearby hospitals and so it was a mix of empoverished poor people and nurses. It worked.
Just after 1994, when Mandela’s terrorists came back from their violence-ridden refugee camps like Camp Quatro in Angola and were bombarded to government ministers, the very first thing this group of males did was to start tearing down those flats and the social-welfare structure which ran them so well. That apparently formed an integral part of their propaganda campaign whch claimed that ‘ nothing good which was ever done by the apartheid-government”. So they set about destroying any contrary vidence to ‘prove’ the contents of their propaganda.
- Initially the local ANC-councillors and their social welfare Minister destroyed these flats by encouraging incursions of criminal gangs, mostly drug-dealers, who were setting up shop there and started dealing.
That’s always the best way to destroy any well-ordered community and it worked. Today, the human-trafficking and the drug-gangs run the streets of South Africa. In central Pretoria in 2014 - there’s hardly any white residents left unless they stand begging on street corners.
These buildings themselves were eventually deliberately destroyed by a series of large fires. In the last fire which destroyed them, people with disabilities were plucked from rooftops by military and police helicopters to save their lives. Those people were given no alternative housing by the Pretoria ANC-council: most of them ended up at the smallholdings of working-class Afrikaners, mostly mineworkers and government officials who used their old-age pensioners and their savings to buy these smallholdings.
Often these people were put up in Wendy Houses – little backyard ‘play cottages’ for children. Many moved to to Daspoort, where people put them up in tents and eventually in cottages:
Nobody ever thought that this would however become a permanent way of life – but that’s how these camps grew: hundreds of thousands of well-educated Afrikaner workers were kicked out of government service due to the ANC’s ‘black economic empowerment’ laws. These are increasingly barring ‘whites’ from all permanent jobs. This is a rout – a deliberate ethnic cleansing campaign by the ANC regime targeting Afrikaners in their traditional towns, hamlets, smallholdings, farms and cities all over South Africa. Whenever an Afrikaner community balks and objects at the Africanisation of their schools and the destruction of their Afrikaner cultural rights, the ANC propaganda machine jumps into full gear and accuses these tiny Afrikaner communities of ‘racism’. It’s a campaign which has worked well for the ANC over the years.
Poor whites are still targeted by violence in squatter camps
And even when these Afrikaner families move into a camp, they are not left alone: even though they are dirt-poor and starving, the murder-attacks continue. The Afrikaner boys and girls are targetted by the large, organized ‘human-traffickers” gangs of black males who lay in wait and kidnap these youngsters — even from in front of their schools, sell them into sexual slavery and a brief life of deliberatel drug-addiction:
Political rights of Afrikaners in squatter camps:
And whenever there was an attempt by cultural organizations to organize the poor Afrikaners politically there was interference, not only from government officials screaming ‘racism’ and attacking these small communities physically such as at Kleinfontein http://www.censorbugbear.org/farmitracker/reports/view/1029 – but also from the ‘traditional Afrikaner” political structures from before 1994. They were trying to hold on to their voters’ base and even made sure that exiled ‘whites’ would be allowed to vote at embassies overseas. The mass-migration into squatter camps also created the problem of re-registering each new adult at these squatter camps. It’s not known how many Afrikaners have been ethnically-cleansed off the voters’ rolls – many people have never re-registered at their ‘informal addresses’ in squatter camps.
ANC knows ‘poor whites’ exist despitetheir denials:
The ANC in this forthcoming presidential election in May, has even very cynically taken poor Afrikaner squatter camp residents to their political meetings and promising them food-parcels and blankets if they sit in the front rows of election meetings and allow themselves to be photogrphed – wearing ANC tshirts: However it was reported that none were given the promised life-saving food-parcels or blankets until Afrikaans news-media journalists raised a public row about it.
On the Afrikaner Genocide blog alone, more than 50 articles appear about this subject alone, with pictures, sources and newspaper article citations. One often sees extended Afrikaner families relying on granddad and grandmom ‘s tiny pensions for their survival. It’s a losing battle: the ANC also tries to ‘encourage’ poor ‘whites’ to move to black townships where their children will become alienated from their own culture and ‘Africanized’. How is this social experiment of forced integration working out?
Peruse the records and make up your own mind. If you know of any long-term ‘success stories’ of the Western Afrikaners integrating in ‘black’ communities – please urgently let me know at email@example.com
Confirmed by clinic: Man dies cholera death in white squatter camp
Sarah Bezuidenhout’s starvation death in black squatter camp:
Louiza Preston’s death from TB:
picture album on my blog censorbugbear reports on FB from 2013:
Ethnic cleansing of poor Afrikaners continues 2012:
Poor Boer families protest peacefully against ANC-policies 2011:
Ethnic-cleansing of Afrikaners in Pretoria:
Afrikaner poverty and hunger are spreading 2009:
ANC’s ethnic-cleansing of poor whites 2012:
Afrikaner cultural leaders Dan Roodt and Steve Hofmeyr warn of Afrikaner genocide:
The secret war against the Afrikaners of Middelburg, Mpumalanga:
SA communists ask to visit Afrikaner squatter camp:
“White poverty gets little sympathy in South Africa”: