Boer Genocide: then and now:
Rozanne Meyer writes that many hundreds of Afrikaners made emotional tributes on Sunday October 10 2010 to the many tens-of-thousands of their forebears who died for their freedom and for justice 111 years ago. The organisation was arranged by Solidarity Helping Hand ‘s charity organisation and the Heritage Foundation of Centurion.
“In 1902, some 23,000 Boer children and 4,000 Boer women had lost their lives during the British government’s scorched-earth campaign against the independent Boer nation – dying miserable deaths in the inhuman Boer concentration camps which the British had erected across southern Africa after burning down their farms and marching off the women and children at gunpoint...
At the outset of the Second Freedom War against the British AFTER THEY INVADED in 1899, the total Boer-population was about 322,000. Nearly one out of every 10 Afrikaners died in these British tented hellcamps within just a few months. Google 'Boer Genocide Pictures' for picture albums
Rozanne Meyer writes: “Now we are faced with the same horror once again: there are more than 800,000 unemployed, homeless Afrikaners living in dismal squatter camps and slowly starving to death because they are denied all access to the job-market and even denied food-aid from the ANC-regime; nearly 4,000 Afrikaner farmers have been murdered – and more than 30,000 Afrikaner-whites have died in violence in the cities in the ‘New South Africa’ under the ANC-regime. There are 3-million Afrikaners today. Per capita of the entire population, Afrikaner whites are being murdered more than any other population group in the country.
BOER GENOCIDE PICTURES ON GOOGLE: