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US Army Veteran Calls For Worldwide Condemnation and End of ANC Led South African Government
By: Jinger Jarrett
Since the ANC led government took over in 1994 after the end of apartheid, over 70,000 white South Africans have been murdered while over 1700 farmers have been murdered. The estimates on farm murders are much higher and are estimated to be around at least 3,000. South Africa has approximately 30,000 farmers, reducing the number of farmers in South Africa by 10 percent. Farming in South Africa is now considered to be the most dangerous occupation in the world.
Jarrett said that the government has renigged on its deal for a peaceful solution in South Africa after apartheid ended.
"White South Africans voted to elect Nelson Mandela. Apartheid would have ended on its own without outside help because so many South Africans opposed it and wanted change. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued its final findings in 2003. All pardons were issued for crimes committed during apartheid, and the transition into a free country should have occurred. Instead, the South African government has consistently abused it power. So much so that now white South Africans are excluded from the job market, and they are facing genocide. When whites ended apartheid, they acted in good faith. The South African government has not."
Dr. Gregory Stanton, an opponent of apartheid said that whites in South Africa were now facing genocide, and South Africa is listed at six on a scale of eight for genocide. This means that South Africa is in the preparation stages for exterminate whites. Many black South Africans blame whites for all the problems in the country even though South Africa hasn't had a white government in 22 years. Prior to the end of apartheid the ANC was considered a terrorist organization by the American government and Nelson Mandela was listed on the U. S. terrorist watch list until 2008.
South African leaders President Jacob Zuma, the head of the ANC, and Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, a South African revolutionary socialist political party started by Malema after he was expelled from the ANC Youth, have repeatedly called for the killing of white South Africans as they sang the song "Kill the Boer." Even former president Nelson Mandela, now deceased, sang this hate song after his election.
Jarrett believes that South Africans must forgive and unite if they wish to save their country. She also believes that both the U.S. Government, as well as the United Nations, need to not only condemn the actions of the South African government for failing to end the murder, rape, torture and brutality directed against whites, often women, children and old people, but must provide military intervention if necessary.
"When the former Yugoslavia dissolved into war and the Serbs were murdering Croats, Muslims and other ethnic groups in Bosnia-Herzgovena, we sent troops and stopped it. Throughout the 20th Century South Africa was a valued ally of America and stood by her side in World War I, World War II and Korea. Had the wars in Angola and Greensoorlog not occurred, South Africa would have followed us to Vietnam. We owe this beautiful country so much, and their people, all their people, deserve to live in peace and safety."
Jarrett has requested that Americans contact their congressmen and the president to condemn all genocide in Africa and to intervene if necessary to put an end to the senseless killing. She also recommended speaking out on social media. If enough people speak up, then the government may back down.
To contact the president and Congress, Americans will find the contact information they need on the following site:
For veterans who want to connect and need assistance, they can visit Jarrett's veterans group on Facebook for assistance and support.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 20, 2018