With the ANC-regime's black-economic-empowerment laws - BARRING the vast majority of whites from the South African job market by laws dating from 2003 and renewed in December 2011 to ALSO bar 'white women and white disabled people' from being allowed to apply for jobs in public and private sector-jobs, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of Afrikaner families who are living at religious missions, or simply live in the veldt with their families in 2012.
According to a recent government report (attached) - Afrikaner poverty increased by 400% since 1994. South Africa has about 3,5-million Afrikaners (whites): a small and very visible minority in a population of more than 50,5-million, mostly black Africans.
New little squatter camps are reported frequently in 2012. Some of these Afrikaner families gravitate towards the better-run missions' squatter camps, where vegetable-gardens and clean water are available and where these impoverished Afrikaner families can set up their tents and 'Wendy House' backyard wooden garden shacks. The plight of these people - who are DENIED official government food-aid coupons and DENIED government support-benefits because they belong to the 'previously advantaged racial group' (i.e. because they are whites -- has drawn the attention of foreign governments and a fund-raising group was started by expats in the Netherlands, the Afrikaner Rescue Action Fund, to help raise funds to house, feed and help re-educate these desperately poor Afrikaner families to become small entrepreneurs with their own businesses. Many are working-class people with excellent artisan skills, having worked in the SA mining industries for years, and for government industries such as ARMSCOR (Denel) and the fuel-from-coal state-company SASOL, which now is owned by ANC-cabinet members.
DUTCH EURO-MP LUCAS HARTONG LODGES REQUEST FOR FUNDING TO HELP AFRIKANERS SURVIVE:
A Dutch MP in the European Parliament on May 31 2012 launched a request to their budget-committee to 'provide funds for the survival, security and autonomy of the Afrikaners in South Africa.
BRUSSELS/DELMAS. On the same day when a group of peaceful Afrikaner protestors burned the South African flag outside the Delmas magistrate’s court, declaring they have no faith in the Zuma-government to protect their small minority-nation - in Brussels a Dutch MP also said it ‘was ‘absurd to give even One Euro to the corrupt and discriminatory ANC-regime in South Africa, seeing its present attitude towards the Afrikaner ‘volk’. Afrikaners 8Demo May312012 Delmas
Above: Afrikaners have ‘no faith in the ANC-regime to protect them’ and burned the South African flag outside Delmas magistrate court, May 31 2012 during their peaceful demonstration against the genocide of their people.
European Parliament must provide in the next budget for the protection of the Afrikaners’ identity, security and independence :
This was said by Dutch Euro-MP Lucas Hartong of the Party for Freedom (PVV) faction in the European Parliament Budget Commission today. He has also asked for an overview of all the current subsidies now granted to South Africa, slammed the commission’s view that 980-million Euro was ‘too little money’- and importantly, has asked that the EP ‘pay specific attention to the protection of the Afrikaners’ own identity, their security and their independence’ when granting the next subsidies for South Africa in the 2012-2020 budget.
HARTONGH LUCAS PVV MP QUESTION E008048 2011 SOUTH AFRICA MAY312012
He said: ‘Giving even One Euro to the corrupt and discriminatory ANC regime is absurd: ‘ Lucas Hartong. (original European Parliament document attached).
The European parliamentary member for the PVV-faction Lucas Hartong asked the EP-commission to include in its next budget for South Africa for the 2010-2020 period to ‘pay specific attention to the protection of the Afrikaner ‘volk’ ‘s identity, security and independence’.
Hartong also asked the EP Commission in relation to the questions tabled earlier in 2o11: Nr E-008048/2011 - that even ‘giving One Euro to the taxpayers’ money to the corrupt and discriminatory ANC-regime in South Africa, ‘was totally absurd, seen its present (discriminatory) attitude towards the Afrikaner volk”.
In 2011 there had been a request also from the Flemish delegates and the UK conservative delegates to stop sending funds to the ANC-regime until they stop their job-discrimination laws against the Afrikaners, and also provide better security for Afrikaner farmers.