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With a planned seizure without compensation of land legitimately owned by ethnic-Europeans on the South African parliament’s table, reports claim that at least one white farmer has been killed every five days in the country this year.

White farmers in South Africa say they are being targeted in an increasing spate of brutal attacks which are being denied by the country’s government.

Beleaguered White farmers say 2018 has already seen 90 such attacks and that at least one white South African farmer currently dies in these assaults every five days.

Gabriel Stols (35) was a victim whose younger brother was killed by four marauding Blacks in Bloemfontein in October 2017. “What is happening to us is torture, it is a slaughter, it is brutal. The world doesn’t know what is happening in South Africa.”

His remarks came after the South African parliament approved a motion by the opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters, to change the country’s constitution in order to pave the way for a planned confiscation of white-owned land without compensation.

Supported by the ruling African National Congress and President Cyril Ramaphosa, the motion prompted white farmers in South Africa to cry foul. This fell on the deaf ears of the government, which claims that murders of white farmers are simply one aspect of the crime-related problems the country is currently facing.

Confiscating land from whites became a key point in Ramaphosa’s program after his predecessor Jacob Zuma was toppled in February 2018. When introducing the motion, the head of the Economic Freedom Fighters party Julius Malema, described the law as ‘mere retribution targeting the criminals who stole our land’. Wrong on all accounts; most of South Africa’s European minority can lay claim to having roots far deeper than Africa’s Blacks lured by the wealth created by Whites.

Commander in Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, said South Africans who want to leave for Australia must go, adding that nobody would be begging them to stay.

Malema, speaking at a ‘Human Rights Day’ rally in Ermelo on Wednesday, said Australia had been a haven for racist South Africans for more than two decades now, adding he was sure there was room for more of them to follow.

The Black racist’s comments come in the wake of reports that the Australian government was considering the fast-tracking of visas for South African farmers, following the National Assembly’s resolution on land expropriation without compensation earlier this year.

An ad hoc committee has since been appointed to conduct a review of Section 25 of the Constitution, and that committee is set to complete its work by the end of August. The public participation process is already about to get underway.

The wheels are already turning and Malema told disgruntled South Africans that they could either opt to be a part of that change or flee to Australia.  He also explained that those farmers should leave their means of production behind so that South Africans could get on with the business of working the land. Assets which ethnic-European farmers invented, manufactured and bought.

“They must leave the key of the tractors because we want to work the land. They must leave the keys of the houses because we want to stay in those houses.  They must leave everything they did not come with here, in South Africa and go to Australia. We are too busy, leave quietly. Don’t make noise because you will irritate us. Go to Australia. It is only racists who went to Australia when Mandela got out of prison.

It is only racists who went to Australia when 1994 came. It is racists again who are going back to Australia. They will be poor in Australia. They are rich here because they are exploiting black people.

There is no black person to be exploited in Australia. They are going to be poor. They will come back here, with their tails in between their legs. We will hire them because we will be the owners of the farms when they come back to South Africa.”

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