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South African WHITE WOMAN Protests Her LAND BEING TAKEN By Committing SUICIDE In The Middle Of BUSY STREET!! (People Are LOSING THEIR MINDS)

Is South Africa heading for civil war? The country is lurching ever closer to conflict as its volatile Zulu president vows to seize land from whites - while Afrikaner fighters train in the bush

There's a dangerous situation developing in South Africa. The new president is putting into effect measures to legally take land from White South Africans, and redistribute it to Black South Africans. There are many people who LIKE this new policy. And there are others, mostly White, who are afraid of it.

This has been going on for some years now in several countries across the south of the continent, most notably in Zimbabwe. While some are calling it "White Genocide" some are saying the whites are getting exactly what they deserve. After all, that's how they obtained the land in the first place. But genocide against Africans is often ignored. The tables are turning, and many South Africans want the whites to return to Europe

The white farmers could be making their way to the U.S. soon. More than 12,000 people have signed a petition asking President Donald Trump to let white people in South Africa emigrate to the U.S.



Yesterday, local reports say that a White woman protesting the new South African policy JUMPED from a building in Johannesburg. The crowd watched in TERROR as she did the unthinkable. As horrifying as this is, we doubt she will be the last.

Here is the link to the video - warning it is GRAPHIC

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South African civil war imminent as Zulu could seize land

  • Zuma’s decadence and defiance at his party earlier this month — which cost £1m to stage — comes as South Africa lurches ever closer towards the abyss 
  • The economy is undoubtedly in peril after government bonds were downgraded 
  • Unemployment is 90 per cent in some townships, and riots are widespread

On stage in a stadium in Soweto, the township at the heart of the uprising against apartheid, South Africa’s president, in a green and gold leather jacket, was dancing a Zulu war jig.

A court order against ‘hate speech’ meant Jacob Zuma, a former cattle herder, was banned from singing his favourite ‘liberation’ songs, including Bring Me My Machine Gun and Shoot The Boer.

But, after listening to speeches in which a succession of obsequious cronies described him as a ‘giant’ alongside African leaders such as Nelson Mandela, Zuma delighted supporters at his 75th birthday celebrations a few days ago with fiery rhetoric instead — and in doing so sounded the death knell for the Rainbow Nation.

On the Attack: Jacob Zuma has vowed to take back land from white South Africans

On the Attack: Jacob Zuma has vowed to take back land from white South Africans

In front of more than 20,000 people — party loyalists and others bussed in with the promise of free food and ‘Zuma T-shirts’ — he warned the white population he was coming for their land.

As armed bodyguards, in black suits and sunglasses, scanned the crowds from the stage, Zuma attacked his white opponents, saying: ‘They are telling us that we will be breaking the law when we take the land — but they broke the law first by stealing our land!’

As cheers rang out, he added: ‘No normal person would sit idly by after his land has been stolen from him. Why should I keep quiet about the land issue? [Whites] hate me because I touched a raw nerve by talking about the economy that all should share in.’

He also attacked his critics among the black population, branding them ‘back stabbers and cowards’. Anyone opposing him was a ‘racist’.

Zuma had earlier informed the South African parliament that he planned to introduce a new law allowing land seizures to go ahead without compensation, saying all blacks should unite to ‘take back the land’.

Mzwandile Masina, a prominent member of the ruling African National Congress (ANC), made his own incendiary contribution, warning that ‘we will crush’ anyone who stands ‘in the way of nation building’.

Training: Volunteers in the Kommandokorps are in the bush preparing for bloody conflict

Training: Volunteers in the Kommandokorps are in the bush preparing for bloody conflict

Whites, who comprise four million out of a total South African population of 50 million, should expect that things will be ‘very, very rough’ for them, Masina warned. He told the crowd that while the white population is small in number, ‘we are many’.

‘I want to say to our white counterparts in South Africa, they must be very, very careful,’ Masina added. ‘This thing of being shown the middle finger by white people because they have gained a new confidence must come to an end. We are not monkeys, we are people.’

Zuma’s decadence and defiance at his party earlier this month — which cost £1m to stage — comes as South Africa lurches ever closer towards the abyss of a Zimbabwe-style collapse and possible violence as black and white factions prepare themselves for conflict.

A man, wearing a T-shirt with a photo of Zuma on it, laughed bitterly when I asked him if he had come to the celebrations to support his leader.

Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters prepare to march in protest at the Government

Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters prepare to march in protest at the Government

‘My friend, I have three children I can barely afford to feed, there is no work, so how do you think I can support this crook,’ he hissed. ‘I only came to see if there was food.’

Expressing sentiments I heard repeatedly from other impoverished black South Africans, the 49-year-old added: ‘At least the whites (under apartheid) gave us jobs. Mandela tried to get rid of black and white and make us grey. This clown is dragging us down and down.’

To underline the scale of the country’s woes, 23 years after apartheid ended, business leaders have just taken out an extraordinary advert on page three of the South African Sunday Times newspaper, warning that the State has been ‘captured’. ‘South Africa is in crisis,’ it said, blaming Zuma for the ‘illegitimate acquisition of South Africa’s natural and financial assets’. The government was guilty of ‘propaganda, slogans, racism and lies’ to silence criticism.

The economy is undoubtedly in peril after government bonds were downgraded to junk status. Once a net exporter of food — as neighbouring Zimbabwe was before Robert Mugabe seized land from whites in a programme of ‘racial transformation’ — the country is now forced to rely on imports to feed the population.

Unemployment is 90 per cent in some townships, and riots — described as ‘service delivery protests’ by the ANC — are so widespread and frequent they barely get reported.

Once a net exporter of food — as neighbouring Zimbabwe was before Robert Mugabe (right) seized land from whites in a programme of ‘racial transformation’ — the country is now forced to rely on imports to feed the population

Once a net exporter of food — as neighbouring Zimbabwe was before Robert Mugabe (right) seized land from whites in a programme of ‘racial transformation’ — the country is now forced to rely on imports to feed the population

Crime is rampant — with more than 50 murders a day, many sadistic and barbaric — while South Africa is shamed by an appalling record on rape, with a woman sexually assaulted every 23 seconds.

Now, many have had enough. Black opposition leaders and a coalition called Save South Africa are staging protests, calling for Zuma to quit.

Certainly, Jacob Zuma does not inspire confidence when it comes to running what has long been regarded as Africa’s superpower. Born in Nkandla in 1942, the site of famous battles with British forces in the late-19th century, he was raised in a traditional village.

His father, a policeman and village chief, was an adviser to a local Zulu king. As a boy, Zuma herded cattle, collected wild honey and hunted small animals with a spear.

Aged 11, he was circumcised with a traditional stone implement after a period learning about Zulu tradition at camps run by elders in the bush. It was there, too, that he was taught about sex, a subject he has taken a close interest in ever since. ‘I was told to be a man among men,’ he said once.

Zuma left home at 16 with no qualifications and one year later joined the ANC, becoming a foot soldier for Umkhonto We Sizwe — Spear Of The Nation, the armed wing of the liberation movement which carried out a bombing campaign in a bid to end white minority rule.

He was arrested aged 21 for conspiring to overthrow the government and served ten years on Robben Island — alongside Mandela — in the infamous jail.

Zuma was arrested aged 21 for conspiring to overthrow the government and served ten years on Robben Island — alongside Mandela (right) — in the infamous jail.

Upon release, he travelled to ANC bases in neighbouring countries such as Mozambique, Zambia and Botswana, and became head of the ANC’s internal intelligence wing known as Mbokodo, or ‘the stone that crushes’.

When Nelson Mandela was released in 1990, after 27 years in prison, Zuma returned to South Africa and became deputy president under Thabo Mbeki, from 1999, until being forced out amid corruption allegations in 2005. He became the nation’s fourth black president in 2009.

Zuma has had six wives and 22 children and has been linked with numerous other women. In 2005, when he was accused of raping the daughter of an ANC friend, he denied the charges, claiming it was consensual and it was his duty as a ‘Zulu warrior’ to have sex with a woman if she wore a short kanga — an African wrap — and he could not leave her ‘unfulfilled’.

‘In the Zulu culture, you cannot just leave a woman if she is ready,’ he told the court. ‘To deny her sex, that would have been tantamount to rape.’

Despite knowing that the woman was HIV positive, in a country where one in three carries the virus, Zuma was unfazed by criticism that he hadn’t used a condom. ‘I had a shower afterwards,’ he said, cheerfully.

Eventually Zuma was cleared, but it is his financial rather than his sexual activities that are the cause of the greatest fears for the future of South Africa.

Zuma is now fabulously rich, with a personal fortune estimated at between £15 million and £100 million. How he has acquired this wealth is of particular interest to his opponents. He has been accused of taking huge bribes in an arms deal, and could face up to 783 charges.

The real evidence of just how far Zuma has come is at Nklanda, the sprawling palace he built using taxpayers’ funds near the rural home where he grew up.

In the style of a Zulu king’s kraal, he has homes here for four of his wives, reportedly connected to his own grander house by tunnels, as well as two helicopter landing pads, and an area for cattle.

In a scathing report last year by the public prosecutor, he was ordered to pay back some of the costs of upgrading the presidential palace, including the price of a swimming pool he claimed was needed for water in case of a fire. As Zuma’s wealth and power have grown, the parallels with the collapse of Zimbabwe are ever more striking. Military veterans, who answer only to Zuma and who served in the ANC’s military wing, have paraded on the streets. They formed a guard of honour at Zuma’s recent party.

Prince Harry meets South African President Jacob Zuma at his Official Residence on the last day of his tour of South Africa on December 3, 2015

Prince Harry meets South African President Jacob Zuma at his Official Residence on the last day of his tour of South Africa on December 3, 2015

Zimbabwe’s despotic president, Mugabe, also used ‘military veterans’ to seize white farms in 2000, tipping the country into years of decay by following the policies now being proposed by Zuma.

Not surprisingly, some white South Africans are taking extreme measures in response. Where once ANC guerrillas camped in the bush, plotting against white rulers, now it is white militias training at secret camps.

These are run by leaders of the Kommandokorps, a volunteer force who wear the brown military uniforms of South Africa’s old apartheid-era forces. On remote farms, recruits are being trained with pistols, pump-action shotguns and 303 rifles.

More than 2,500 volunteers, aged from 14 to 38, have been drilled. Their leader is Colonel Franz Jooste, a former officer in the old South African army, who fought what he calls ‘black terrorists’ in secret operations in Mozambique, Angola and Zambia.

‘We are in a heightened security situation,’ he told me. ‘We have to prepare for anarchy and how we can protect ourselves.’

The ANC is also training thousands of ‘national rural youth service corps’ at military bases. There are reports that volunteers on the two-year programmes have been promised land. (The ANC denies they are trained as soldiers, but admits they are ‘exposed to military discipline so they become better and more patriotic citizens’.)

So deep is the crisis that Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the face of opposition to apartheid while Mandela was in jail, has joined anti-government protests, and described Zuma as ‘disgraceful’.

‘I am warning you that we will pray as we prayed for the downfall of the Apartheid Government,’ the 85-year-old says. ‘We will pray for the downfall of a government that misrepresents us.’

Many believe the country is doomed — even the black leader of one opposition party

Many believe the country is doomed — even the black leader of one opposition party

Former president F.W. de Klerk, who, in 1993, was awarded a joint Nobel Peace prize with Mandela, believes thieving from state coffers will spell disaster.

‘Corruption is a deadly threat to South Africa,’ he told me. ‘It has enriched the leadership group — but will make it difficult for the great majority of South Africans to escape from poverty. Most seriously, it has corrupted the values for which leaders like Nelson Mandela struggled.

‘President Zuma is dangerously stoking up racial animosities. The ANC claims that it does not want to repeat the mistakes of Zimbabwe — but it is difficult to see how it would avoid this if it proceeds with expropriation [land grabs] without compensation.

‘We hope that the world will condemn growing institutionalised racism against (white) minorities with the same vigour with which it condemned apartheid.’

Then, if all this were not grim enough, there is Julius ‘Ju Ju’ Malema, a former ANC youth leader tipped as a future South African president, before he fell out with Zuma and created his own anti-white party called the Economic Freedom Fighters.

Self-styled ‘Commander in Chief’ Malema has attracted millions of supporters. He has a penchant for fast cars and expensive Breitling watches and makes Zuma seem like a moderate. He has urged blacks to illegally seize white land ‘wherever they see it’.

‘We are not calling for the slaughter of white people — at least for now,’ he said in a recent speech. ‘The rightful owners of the land are black people. No white person is a rightful owner of the land here in South Africa and the whole of the African continent.’

Demonstrators take part in a protest calling for the removal of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma in Durban

Demonstrators take part in a protest calling for the removal of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma in Durban

Mandela's granddaughter and protesters rally against Zuma

Many believe the country is doomed — even the black leader of one opposition party.

‘Jacob Zuma is dangerous for South Africa,’ said Mumusi Maimane, leader of the Democratic Alliance. ‘He is running a project of destroying South Africa.’

A few days ago, the more apocalyptic warnings about South Africa seemed false as I watched blacks and whites enjoying the Easter break. But when I first visited Zimbabwe 20 years ago, I would never have believed the tranquil breadbasket of Africa would become an economic basket case and a place of horrors, nor that in 2008 I would see millions of worthless bank notes blow through the capital Harare.

And I have never forgotten an exchange with one of Mandela’s advisers after I moved to live in Johannesburg 20 years ago. He was shocked when I said I didn’t own a gun. ‘You’d better get one,’ he warned. ‘Africa is a rough continent — anything can happen.’

I didn’t buy a weapon then. I might now if I lived there. For, if Zuma and his cronies choose to follow this corrupt, ruinous and racially destructive path, it won’t matter who ends up president of this magical, troubled country. They will be fighting to be King of the ashes.

 

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Comment by mr1stroke on April 10, 2018 at 10:49am
Yes we can do what?
Comment by mr1stroke on April 10, 2018 at 10:49am
This is the f***** up part that's why so many people are suffering you people like to hide the truth of move away from,it and live off excuses, ok he was set up to failed, but did he failed to the promises he made to other communities, the first 4 years did we have a Democratic Congress and senate, well he promise gay right, he executed it, he promised immigrant rights, and he did that, he promised health care and he did that for all people, he set aside funds for the holocaust victims, now tell me that one big thing he did or could not do for black people that he would be blame, what exactly did he left black people, niggers are the worse when it comes to excuses
Comment by Chocolatenapps on April 10, 2018 at 10:03am

It’s funny how We have a black president is repeated yes we had a black president who had no support we had a black president from the beginning was setup to fail if he tried to help just black people they would have shut him down from the door Trump of course is gonna handle gang activity look who he’s dealing with nobody that looks like him just like his wall it’s not affecting his people 

Comment by BIIGMANN on March 31, 2018 at 2:35am
Dumb b****
Comment by caribmama on March 31, 2018 at 2:28am

Is at our door.......

Comment by caribmama on March 31, 2018 at 2:28am

Jesus, wake up world before it's too late. The enemy is not at our door and is not a friend to the black man.

Comment by mr1stroke on March 31, 2018 at 2:23am
The only way to stop them is to stop manufature in china, which is why they can manipulate the currency and also the stick markets, every one depends on them to produce for cheap, china is not stupid, that's why they charge U.S so much tax when we export item like cars to them
Comment by caribmama on March 31, 2018 at 2:20am

I hope they do something about China, it's scary how they are buying up the whole world and no one is paying attention. The Caribbean is being taken over by them. Lawd!

Comment by mr1stroke on March 31, 2018 at 2:11am
caribmama and yes this is true about china, you can do the research, but they are playing a dangerous game china is robbing America and Europe and they are all watching china because china counterfeit their technology or anything they invent they sell it around the world and also sell it back to them why you think the manufacture in china is so cheap, please observe, they will team up on china and take everything back
Comment by mr1stroke on March 31, 2018 at 2:08am
Let's be honest if he w as for the people. He passed gay rights, set immigrant laws, set fund for the holocaust victims, which are are the jews, now can you please tell me that one thing he did for Black people that made an impact or a change in the community

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