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. What is Kill The Boer about?:
Understand the brutal reality of farm murders in South Africa.
Grasp the true extent of the problem, and the complicity of the South African government in the crisis.
Equip yourself with the facts.
“Kill The Boer is vital for anyone who wishes to understand the farm attack/murder phenomenon within the greater context of the South African milieu.”
– Roman Cabanac, Politicsweb
Kill the Boer highlights why these attacks are different – in their disproportionate frequency, the extreme brutality, the crucial role that farmers have to play in uplifting South Africa, and the unique circumstances they find themselves in.
To what extent is the South African government complicit in these attacks?
Learn about the history of land ownership and the extent of hate speech and racism in South Africa, particularly targeting white farmers.
If you enjoy books about crime, history, and politics then you will find this book fascinating, because it illuminates for the first time the true extent of a crisis from which the world should learn.
- Data driven
- Personal victim accounts
- Statistical analysis of the crisis
- Crucial reports
- Hear the shocking stories from the inside
“A most brave and important book, thoroughly researched, and one that will save lives and livelihoods.”
– Dr. Frans Cronje, CEO of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR)
So why is this so important to understand the magnitude of Kill The Boer? [South Africa horror as white farmer activist beaten to death with hammer: A SOUTH African farmer activist who spoke out against brutal attacks on the the country’s white farmers has been found dead., Express UK, May 24, 2019]:
Annette Kennealy, 51, was founded with multiple wounds to the body on her land in Limpopo province. Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe, a police spokesman, said: “Family members tried to call her without success, until one of them went to investigate. “On arrival he found the deceased inside the house.”
The victim was staying with an employee on her farm in the town of Louis Trichardt when she was attacked.
A friend is said to have found her body lying in a pool of blood.
Ian Cameron, head of the Community Safety division of AfriForum, a group that represents the rights of the white Afrikaner minority, said Ms Kennealy had been attacked with a hammer and iron rod.
She was outspoken about farm murders. In her last Facebook post, she shared a link claiming that ten farm attacks, including one murder, had been reported in four days.
Police spokesman Col Moatshe said a 40-year-old man had been arrested.
He added: “The suspect will appear before the Louis Trichardt Magistrate Court soon.”
Attacks against South Africa’s white farmers are on the rise with some victims being tortured with electric drills, blowtorches and bleach, according to reports.
Research by Afriforum, a group which champions the rights of the country’s Afrikaner minority, released earlier this year said assaults on the farms shot up 25 percent last year.
And it warned the attacks against landowners were becoming increasingly brutal.
Afriforum spokesman Ernst Roets said there was a “racial element” to the violence with research showing only white farming families suffered such levels of savagery.
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.
Rest in peace, Annette. God help the Boers. God help us all.
Because no one is coming to save us.