South Africa Heading Towards Internal War
“A genocide never happens as a surprise, never.” – Tharcisse Karugarama Minster of Justice Rwanda
War Talk in South Africa
Genocide in South Africa – What Media Won’t Tell You | Mike Cernovich Periscope
Looming Aug. 3, 2017 Crisis for Whites in South Africa
The Suidlanders: Prepping for Revolution
We are not calling for the slaughter of white people…for now.
Jacob Zuma sings “Kill the Boer” at ANC Centenery Celebrations
in Bloemfontein, South Africa
Julius Malema (British asset)
Julius Malema with Lord Robin Renwick Julius (“Julius?”). “Yes, Malema hates whites and wants to confiscate their farms inciting violence for the City of London by singing “shoot the Boer, shoot to kill.” Hey Cecil, “the white man’s burden” remember?
Some really difficult but honest questions need to be asked.
Do Africans Really Have an IQ of 70?
The Coming Revolution:
Zuma wants to put South Africa through “radical economic transformation”. Sounds more like land theft leading up to war. Mandela Day is approaching and Zuma ratchets up the anti-white rhetoric. Turns out that it is looking more and more like Nelson Mandela was a British agent (asset). Put that in your hateful racist rhetoric pipe and smoke it Zuma (read the linked news article below on Bell Pottinger) as Malema attempts to destabilize your South African government.
Have a look at this news that was released after Nelson Mandela was outed as being a British asset. Of course, as to be expected in all good counter-intelligence operations run through the media, the UK media (PR) sources go to bat for Mandela by publishing this:
What inquiring and concerned minds would now like to know is, who is Lord Robin Renwick Julius and why is he in an image with Julius Malema with both of them smiling when Malema is inflaming South Africans with his “anti-white” rhetoric? As Lord Robin Renwick Julius is smiling while looking at Malema in the image above, Lord Renwick is probably thinking back to when Cecil Rhodes went to war on the Boers cringing at the thought of Malema being his “burden”:
The media continues to ignore or under report the murders of white farmers in South Africa: