When the white minority ruled South African with what they called Apartheid, most of the world condemned the country.
Many countries including the United States, put bans on travel and immigration to and from South Africa.
Apartheid ended in 1994 with the elimination of white rule.
Black South Africans gained control of the country has been systematically taking farms and plantations away from whites, and yet the UN and world remained silent.
Black South African openly targeted whites, including the beating and raping of white girls and women, but the UN and world remained silent.
Now, black South African politicians are openly calling for the slaughter of all white people, men, women and children in the nation, but the UN and world still remain silent.
- Andile Mngxitama says for every one black person killed we will kill five whites
- The BLF President even claimed cats and dogs owned by whites should die
- He claimed the taxi industry was ‘killing’ black people before a cheering crowd
- He defended his remarks which were in response to billionaire Johann Rupert
The leader of a South African political party has called for the killing of white women and children in a row over the taxi industry.
Andile Mngxitama, president of Black First Land First (BLF), was speaking at a rally on the weekend in Potchefstroom near Johannesburg when he made the violent comments.
He tells the cheering crowd: ‘For each one person that is being killed by the taxi industry, we will kill five white people.
‘For every one black person we will kill five white people.
You kill one of us we will five of you. We’ll kill their women, we’ll kill their children, we’ll kill anything we find in our way.’ …
I have friends that were white South Africans who managed to legally immigrate to the US once Apartheid ended, of which they were not part of.
They have shared how they lived in fear every day from the growing black on white violence.
They still have family and friends in South Africa and the condition for all whites are getting progressively more and more dangerous, and they all are wondering why the UN and rest of the world remains silent.
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