DONALD TRUMP TWEET: “WHY IS THE WHOLE EUROPE QUIET ABOUT THE WHITE GENOCIDE IN SOUTH AFRICAN FARMS?”

 

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Article compiled  by: White Nation  correspondent Tennessee USA –May 07   2017

 

 

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THE farm attacks and white genocide in South Africa finally got the attention of the world’s most powerful president Donald Trump.

There are many online petitions and websites that report about farm attacks and white genocide in South African because this topic never make it to mainstream media outlets. We still wonder how president Trump got informed about the matter.

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President Trump tweeted two tweets addressing South African farm attacks and white genocide, The two tweets were later deleted. On one of the tweets Trump mentioned that he had seen the petitions of white people in South Africa and on the second tweet he call on European countries to do something about the killings in South Africa. When Trump mentioned that he had seen petitions and call on Europe to help we  thought about one of the latest online petitions. (see screenshot below)

petitionAlthough Trump did not mention how he plans to intervene he had called out Europe on it’s silence on the issue. Many people will find Donald Trump tweets uncalled for because this issue is never broadcasted on TV or South African radio stations especially the SABC. The lives of people making sure millions of South Africans eat everyday are at stake. South African president Jacob Zuma had never addressed the issue.

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Insight on farm attacks

Between 1994 and March 2012, there had been 361,015 farm murders in all of South Africa and between 1990 and March 2012, there had been 1,544 murders on South African farms of which 208 of the victims were black.

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In January 2015, AfriForum reported that there has been an increase in farm attacks and murders in the previous five years. Many farmers perceive the attacks to be racially motivated.

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A spike in violent attacks on farmers in February 2017 led to one of the country’s largest prayer meetings being held on the 22-23 April 2017 in Bloemfontein, attracting over one million participants. South African statutory law does not define a “farm attack” as a specific crime. Rather, the term is used to refer to a number of different crimes committed against persons specifically on commercial farms or smallholdings. According to the South African Police Service National Operational coordinating Committee:

Attacks on farms and smallholdings refer to acts aimed at the person of residents, workers and visitors to farms and smallholdings, whether with the intent to murder, rape, rob or inflict bodily harm. In addition, all actions aimed at disrupting farming activities as a commercial concern, whether for motives related to ideology, labor disputes, land issues, revenge, grievances, intimidation, should be included. While the police are supposed to regularly visit commercial farms to ensure security, they claim they cannot provide effective protection due to the wide areas that need to be covered and a lack of funding.

The protection gap has been filled by ‘Farmwatch’ groups which link together by radio nearby farmers who can provide mutual assistance, local Commando volunteers, and private security companies. These forces are more likely to be able to respond rapidly to security alarms than widely distributed police stations. The particular mix of groups that operate varies by area, with border zones continuing a strong history of Commando volunteers, while wealthier farmers are more likely to employ private security firms. The police and these groups are linked together as part of the Rural Protection Plan, created in 1997 by President Nelson Mandela. However, in 2003 the Mbeki government began disbanding commando units, on the pretext that they had been “part of the apartheid state’s security apparatus”. The disbandment of the Commandos has been cited as a factor in the escalation of farm attacks.

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