‘Just Kill Him, Brother’: A Widow’s Harrowing Story Of South African ‘Farm Attacks’ The Media Dismisses

While the South African government denies the problem, and news sites such as BBC and The Washington Post raced to debunk farm attacks after President Donald Trump tweeted about it in August 2018, attacks appear to have risen from between 100 and 200 in 2012 to over 400 in the past year. Meanwhile, South Africa’s president and his party have vowed to move forward with a plan to amend the constitution to allow for the seizure of farmland owned by white Africans to give the land to black Africans.
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“You hear about these horrific stories and you really hope it never happens to you,” Mariandra told the Daily Caller. “And somehow you never expect it to happen to you. Until it does.”

While the South African government denies the problem, and news sites such as BBC and The Washington Post raced to debunk farm attacks after President Donald Trump tweeted about it in August 2018, attacks appear to have risen from between 100 and 200 in 2012 to over 400 in the past year. Meanwhile, South Africa’s president and his party have vowed to move forward with a plan to amend the constitution to allow for the seizure of farmland owned by white Africans to give the land to black Africans.

“The government dismisses it,” Mariandra says. “The government denies that it’s happening.”

“There’s a climate in South Africa in which violence is romanticized, actively even up to the state president,” AfriForum Deputy CEO Ernst Roets told the Caller, “and it’s romanticized and it’s encouraged.”

AfriForum is an Afrikaner civil rights group and is one of a number of groups that have tracked farm attacks in South Africa.

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1 Response to ‘Just Kill Him, Brother’: A Widow’s Harrowing Story Of South African ‘Farm Attacks’ The Media Dismisses

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    The problem is that the white Africans are just as much African as are black Africans. They have no place to go. So, all you “do gooders” out there, forget the drug dealers and human traffickers over-running the southern border and find yourself a nice, white Africaner family to support. — jtl, 419

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