One of the most important books published this century is the must-read Kill The Boer: Government Complicity In South Africa’s Brutal Farm Murders.
You need to read it. You need to buy it, because soon Amazon will make it unavailable. It’s that good. Another must-read is A Country at War with Itself: South Africa’s Crisis of Crime. It offers a glimpse into the horror of what’s happening in post-apartheid South Africa.
But what’s happening in South Africa happened in Rhodesia first. Rhodesia’s Death Europe’s Funeral: European to Wall Street Colonialism is the ultimate book detailing the horror of what the western world did to one of the few outposts of hope in Africa (and a fellow white nation).
Then South Africa.
All of Western Europe, the USA, Australia and New Zealand are next.
What fate awaits us? [Stellenbosch murder: Stefan Smit killed following land grabs dispute: After expressing concerns about land grabs on his property earlier this year, Stefan Smit has fell victim to a farm murder on his Stellenbosch estate., TheSouthAfrican.com, June 3, 2019]:
Sad news is reaching us from Stellenbosch on Monday morning: Stefan Smit, the owner of Louisenhof Wine Estates in Stellenbosch, was the victim of a murder over the weekend.
Who is Stefan Smit?
Smit had gained something of a national profile after he was interviewed by the New York Times in March, speaking to the publication about the threat of land grabs on his property. The wine merchant had previously complained about how citizens from a nearby township had begun erecting shacks at the back of his farm.
The farmer was forced to get a court interdict against the squatters. Sadly, the letter of the law couldn’t prevent Smit from meeting a brutal fate. Police have confirmed that four armed men gained access to the wine estate via an unlocked door, before opening fire on the 62-year-old. His wife and a family friend survived the attack.
Stellenbosch farm murder victim was “embroiled in land dispute”
The Stellenbosch vineyard backs on to the township of Kayamandi. Over the course of a few months, a settlement bordering the farm was established. Although he had it dismantled by the Red Ants, the squatters were undeterred and rebuilt shacks on the fields. You can learn more about this from one of our previous articles on the matter.
When Smit spoke to the NYT, he gave a chilling prophecy on what he thought would happen if the dispute carried on. Within a few months of giving this interview, his worst fears have been realised.
“I, personally, can’t breathe here. They are bringing people down here like fodder. I have never spoken to the people myself, not directly. You don’t do that. It’s not un-dangerous. It’s not advisable. I have received threats before, where they said they would burn me alive.”
Stefan Smit, March 2019
Kill The Boer is one of the most important books on Amazon right now, which is why it will be removed. Get it. Understand that those who try and claim the idea of white South Africans being targeted by blacks on their farms is not a myth, but a terrible, horrifying fact.
Annette Kennealy spoke out about the holocaust against her people — and by extension, our people. What’s happening to whites in South Africa is a preview of what will happen to whites once they are a minority in Western Europe and the United States of America.
She tried to warn her people about what was happening and ended up being a victim of the very crimes she was tried to tell the entire world were happening.
Because the black-run government of South Africa prepares to expropriate white-owned land without compensation, men with the courage of Stefan Smit spoke out.
He is now dead.
Rest in peace, Annette.
Rest in peace, Stefan. God help the Boers. God help us all.
Because no one is coming to save us.