South African Slaughter with no notice from International countries


View Poll Results: What do you think about the "unnoticed" genocide in South Africa?
dont care, its not canadas problem 1 7.69%
I think international countries should boycott south africa until its peaceful 3 23.08%
I think Canada should do what they can to help! 6 46.15%
i want to help. but dont know how. 3 23.08%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 13. You may not vote on this poll

Meg88
#1
Hi there, Im a young south african currently living in Regina. I came to Canada to save myself.

I know Canadians probably hear this all the time... that foreigners come here to have a better life. But what you guys dont know is that south africans are coming here to avoid the genocide, to avoid being raped, murdered and tortured.
I know that there is alot of terrible things happening in world at the moment and i dont expect canadians to drop everything and help but no one knows about what is happening to the innocent population on SA.

I want to start an organisation informing the international world. You all know that South Africa once had apartheid, and it was a terrible time. But now innocent black and whites are being murdered, raped and tortured due to the fact that we a corrupt government, a president that doesnt have an education, and ministers who steal, lie and sing about killing the "Boers"!!

Im here on a visitors visa, im not allowed to work or study, i cant even claim refugee status because Canada says im not part of the minority in my home country, which is a lie because whites are the minority, im starting to think that its because im white that canada hates me!

Please do yourself a favour and type in SA farm killings in your browser and see what comes up, it will sicken you! not for the faint hearted people!! im warning you its not a pretty sight/site! try rotten.com too... please this is not meant to scare you, i just want you guys to see what is happening there!!

If anyone out there is just willing to listen to my plea, please please please contact me, if anyone wants to help the people of SA!!

All i want is the world to see what is really happening...when the apartheid was going on, canadians and americans boycotted SA because what the government was doing was not doing the right thing, and i absolutely agree, but now that its happening to white south africans you guys turn your back...

and good luck if you going to the World Cup, carry some type of weapon because criminals target foreigners!!! Listen to this.. CRIMINALS TARGET FOREIGNERS!!! keep your children close and your weapon even closer cos you will need it! this is a warning that the south african government hides... it doesnt want foreigners to know this... why? because the selfish, greedy bastards dont want to lose money... so they dont mind taking your money, but they also dont mind you getting hacked to death, your children being raped and your wife being tortured...

Please im begging every Canadian to stand up to the south african government and ay something about this!!! please please please, my family is still there and i worrya bout them everyday!! They cant join me here because they are not NON WHITES!

Please help! Does anybody have any idea on how i can get the canadian government to take note??? i have tried sending emails to all the big newspapers... but still no response... i would be forever grateful to whoever helps me save my home country!!
 
CDNBear
#2
I feel for you Meg, good luck.











I wonder how this will pan out with eao and mhz..?

They'll be by for a cursory appearance and then back off to bash the Joos, no doubt.
 
eh1eh
#3
Farm killings in South Africa is political and racist | Fromtheold

SA Farm Murders

South African farm attacks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

YouTube - Sky News report on racist farm murders in South Africa


Well buddy, we can't get our government to listen to our needs so I can only wish you luck. Doesn't mean you shouldn't try.
 
Meg88
#4
Thank you for adding these sites and videos! and thank you both for the luck!
 
YukonJack
Conservative
#5
Meg88, you committed the greatest sin in the world in the eyes of the current leaders of South Africa and their soul-mates, the leaders of Zimbabwe, and the entire black caucus of the United States House of Representatives and Senate, not to mention the politically correct and totally corrupt Canadian system that refuses to realize that whites in South Africa are a very endangered minority:

YOU WERE BORN WHITE.
 
AnnaG
#6
I'm sure we've all heard about the various attempted genocides in Africa. I'm not quite sure what the reasoning is behind genocide in the first place because we all seem to have descended from early humans around eastern and southern Africa.
Most of the crap that humans inflict on each other are a result of politics or religion.
I wish you happiness and health here in Canada, Meg.
 
Meg88
#7
thats the crazy thing about this... black africans think that the land is theirs... that africa is theirs, yet we ALL came from there... whites, indians and so on... the cradle of mankind sits in a little place outside of joburg... this is the result of no education..
 
AnnaG
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Meg88 View Post

thats the crazy thing about this... black africans think that the land is theirs... that africa is theirs, yet we ALL came from there... whites, indians and so on... the cradle of mankind sits in a little place outside of joburg... this is the result of no education..

Education might help, but I'm pretty sure most of it is the result of politics and/or religion. People have been fighting about both since people have been people.
Anyway, I'd like to see Canada do what it can to help in whichever way it can: education, boycotting, whatever works.
 
Meg88
#9
Thank you AnnaG!
 
Meg88
#10
YukonJack... so what? its a sin being born white?
 
YukonJack
Conservative
#11
"YukonJack... so what? its a sin being born white?"

Obviously, to the kind and lovely folks I mentioned in my post, it is.

Not to me, though. I am white, although to say so, I realize I subjected myself for electronic hate literature from the usual suspects.
 
Liberalman
Free Thinker
#12
South Africa must be divided into different countries for peace
 
CDNBear
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

South Africa must be divided into different countries for peace

Like that worked out well in the Middle East...
 
Libertarian
No Party Affiliation
#14
Canada should let these White South African refugees into our country. If we let all the third world "refugees" who aren't legitimate half the time, the least we could do is let in people who actually need it.

But I don't think Canada should get involved in South Africa as far as fixing the country. We need to mind our own business.

So we should be taking in refugees but not really helping South Africa itself. But don't think I'm biased, OP, I also don't think we should be in Afghanistan or be helping Haiti, either.
 
CDNBear
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Libertarian View Post

Canada should let these White South African refugees into our country.

After a sound background check, I concur.

Quote:

If we let all the third world "refugees" who aren't legitimate half the time, the least we could do is let in people who actually need it.

Agreed.

Quote:

But I don't think Canada should get involved in South Africa as far as fixing the country. We need to mind our own business.

Agreed

Quote:

So we should be taking in refugees but not really helping South Africa itself.

Agreed.

Quote:

But don't think I'm biased, OP, I also don't think we should be in Afghanistan or be helping Haiti, either.

 
Libertarian
No Party Affiliation
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBear View Post

Well for Haiti I mean we should help with relief effort, but not with rebuilding their country and keeping it stable for the next 30 years.

For Afghanistan, it is impossible to win a war against terrorism. Anyone can be a terrorist. You can't defeat it with a conventional army.

It would be like using our army to defeat the Mafia in Montreal. It simply can't be done. So why continue?
 
Libertarian
No Party Affiliation
#17
What would work better is funding the RCMP better to defeat the Mafia in Montreal. And for Afghanistan, you need to establish a powerful police presence there.

But that shouldn't be our job, that is the Aghanistan's government job.
 
CDNBear
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Libertarian View Post

Well for Haiti I mean we should help with relief effort, but not with rebuilding their country and keeping it stable for the next 30 years.

Agreed.

Quote:

For Afghanistan, it is impossible to win a war against terrorism. Anyone can be a terrorist. You can't defeat it with a conventional army.

100% agreed.

Quote:

It would be like using our army to defeat the Mafia in Montreal. It simply can't be done. So why continue?

Gotchya.
 
MHz
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by Meg88 View Post

Hi there, Im a young south african currently living in Regina. I came to Canada to save myself.

I know Canadians probably hear this all the time... that foreigners come here to have a better life. But what you guys dont know is that south africans are coming here to avoid the genocide, to avoid being raped, murdered and tortured.
I know that there is alot of terrible things happening in world at the moment and i dont expect canadians to drop everything and help but no one knows about what is happening to the innocent population on SA.

I want to start an organisation informing the international world. You all know that South Africa once had apartheid, and it was a terrible time. But now innocent black and whites are being murdered, raped and tortured due to the fact that we a corrupt government, a president that doesnt have an education, and ministers who steal, lie and sing about killing the "Boers"!!

Im here on a visitors visa, im not allowed to work or study, i cant even claim refugee status because Canada says im not part of the minority in my home country, which is a lie because whites are the minority, im starting to think that its because im white that canada hates me!

Please do yourself a favour and type in SA farm killings in your browser and see what comes up, it will sicken you! not for the faint hearted people!! im warning you its not a pretty sight/site! try rotten.com too... please this is not meant to scare you, i just want you guys to see what is happening there!!

If anyone out there is just willing to listen to my plea, please please please contact me, if anyone wants to help the people of SA!!

All i want is the world to see what is really happening...when the apartheid was going on, canadians and americans boycotted SA because what the government was doing was not doing the right thing, and i absolutely agree, but now that its happening to white south africans you guys turn your back...

and good luck if you going to the World Cup, carry some type of weapon because criminals target foreigners!!! Listen to this.. CRIMINALS TARGET FOREIGNERS!!! keep your children close and your weapon even closer cos you will need it! this is a warning that the south african government hides... it doesnt want foreigners to know this... why? because the selfish, greedy bastards dont want to lose money... so they dont mind taking your money, but they also dont mind you getting hacked to death, your children being raped and your wife being tortured...

Please im begging every Canadian to stand up to the south african government and ay something about this!!! please please please, my family is still there and i worrya bout them everyday!! They cant join me here because they are not NON WHITES!

Please help! Does anybody have any idea on how i can get the canadian government to take note??? i have tried sending emails to all the big newspapers... but still no response... i would be forever grateful to whoever helps me save my home country!!

No offense but your petitions (with all the horrid details) might get a warmer reception at the UN.
Please correct me if any of the below is in error. A few years back it was a government where whites were the majority at a time where there was no racial equality. The whites owned just about everything an blacks were the 'hired hands', now the reverse is mostly the other way around. The black majority (in sheer numbers) still has not achieved the education level that the 'old guard' had. If I might use farming as an example, a few white people owned vast ranges of land and it was organized by the whites but the actual labor duties were done by blacks who were hired at wages that benefited the white owner more than it helped his employees. Now the 'laborors' are making the farming decisions but because they are not on top of modern farming practices (and other factors like machete yielding gangs) the farms are almost useless in producing quantities of food for a lot of people. The former owners should have offerred to stay on as workers when they had the chance.
The Governments of Canada and the US were more responsive to the people when there were 'watch-dog' groups, (citizens who had free time and an interest in the running of the country) that had power to examine all documents that the gov had on any thing taxpayer money supported. Their finances were also open to inspection and gifts etc from corporations was reason for expulsion from the Gov as well as costly legal battles after.

Why did you leave your family, if your wife and children are still there that is where you should also be. Might I suggest giving the gangs a PSIII and a copy of Grand Theft Auto (for starters). It might keep them off the streets a little especially if they can network with other gangs.
 
CDNBear
#20
 
AnnaG
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBear View Post

I'll ditto that.
 
CDNBear
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG View Post

I'll ditto that.

Ya, seriously, minnorhz says that the Joos should be tried and hung, and gives the criminals in SA a pass, with the equally idiotic suggestion of "give them some video games".

My assessment that these Joo haters are morally bankrupt, was just proven to be an absolute fact.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 26th, 2010 at 04:24 PM..
 
MHz
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBear View Post

Ya, seriously, minnorhz says that the Joos should be tried and hung, and gives the criminals in SA a pass, with the equally idiotic suggestion of "give them some video games".

My assessment that these Joo haters are morally bankrupt, was just proven to be an absolute fact.

lol least I know how to water a horse. Notice the sequence, tried and then hung. The white Gov in SA and the Israeli Gov are more apt to hang and then hold the trial. Give a persecuted people some guns and people are going to die. Israel was killing Arabs before they even gave themselves the name. The persecution against blacks in SA is as old as the arrival of the first white soldiers. I would have thought the term 'slave-trade' would clue you (two apparently) in as to who was abusing who.
 
CDNBear
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

lol least I know how to water a horse.

I'd be amazed if you could figure out how to water a flower.

Quote:

Notice the sequence, tried and then hung.

Notice the fact that you completely dismissed this persons suffering, because of your ideology, and would give her transgressors a pass for it. I on he other hand, have always, and always will believe in the rule of law applicable to all and all subject to.

You only support law and order, so long as it serves your ideology.

Quote:

The white Gov in SA and the Israeli Gov are more apt to hang and then hold the trial. Give a persecuted people some guns and people are going to die. Israel was killing Arabs before they even gave themselves the name. The persecution against blacks in SA is as old as the arrival of the first white soldiers. I would have thought the term 'slave-trade' would clue you (two apparently) in as to who was abusing who.

Unsubstantiated tripe, and I would remind you that this thread is not about Israel.

Now, here's a question for you, who created the slave trade?
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 26th, 2010 at 04:47 PM..
 
MHz
#25
You are the one that brought Jews into the topic. Why doesn't your offer to zip your lip apply to this topic also.

The slave trade started the first time a man saw a woman as his, even though she wanted no part in the 'relationship'.

The suffering is for as long as she is away from her family
 
CDNBear
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

You are the one that brought Jews into the topic.

Jews are not Israel, I know someone with the racial bigotry you espouse has a tuff time separating the two, but that is the fact or the matter.

Quote:

Why doesn't your offer to zip your lip apply to this topic also.

Again, you show you lack of comprehension.

Quote:

The slave trade started the first time a man saw a woman as his, even though she wanted no part in the 'relationship'.

And who made it a business? Is this going to end like the rest of our conversations where you run around in circles endlessly ignoring the elephant in the room?

Quote:

The suffering is for as long as she is away from her family

Thank you for confirming your moral bankruptcy.
 
MHz
#27
Get out of hibernation a little early you poor cranky little baby bear.
 
CDNBear
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Get out of hibernation a little early you poor cranky little baby bear.

Like I though, you can't answer the question.

Thank you for proving me right, yet again and again.
 
MHz
#29




Origins
Slavery began with civilization. For hunter-gatherers slaves would have been an unaffordable luxury – there wouldn’t have been enough food to go round. With the growth of cultivation, those defeated in warfare could be taken as slaves.
Western slavery goes back 10,000 years to Mesopotamia, today’s Iraq, where a male slave was worth an orchard of date palms. Female slaves were called on for sexual services, gaining freedom only when their masters died.
Early abolitionists arose in the form of two Jewish sects, the Essenes and the Therapeutae, who abhorred slave-owning and tried buying slaves in order to free them.
Greece
The ancient Greeks preferred women and children as slaves for domestic work rather than rebellious men who were simply slaughtered. Any child born to slave women thus had a father who was free – a status that was also conferred upon them. With the growth of the Greek city states and the commercial production of cotton the demand for agricultural slaves grew, leading to an increase in warfare. In the fifth century BC, Athens had more slaves than free citizens.
Rome
The Roman Empire sprawled across the entire Mediterranean region and slave trading was big business. Slaves were trained for all possible functions, with gladiators fighting to the death for public entertainment at the extreme end. The Roman emperors owned thousands of slaves to indulge their every whim. They acted as clerks, secretaries and even tax agents. Thousands were worked to death mining gold and silver for the Empire. Plantation slavery began in Rome in the second century BC. Sicily witnessed a series of slave revolts, culminating in the great uprising led by Spartacus. When it was finally crushed, 6,000 slaves were crucified all along the Appian way from Rome to Capua.
Medieval Europe
In the early Middle Ages the Church condoned slavery – opposing it only when Christians were enslaved by ‘infidels’. Vikings raided Britain from 800 AD and sold their captives to markets in Istanbul and Islamic Spain. Religion was no barrier to the slave trade – Christians, Muslims and Jews all partook. The Black Death – a plague epidemic – made demand for domestic slaves soar in Italy. Slaves were often suspected of poisoning their masters and punishments were dire. One accused had her flesh torn off by hot pincers as she was drawn through the streets of Florence. In the 16th century Pope Paul III tried to stem Protestantism by threatening those who left the Catholic Church with enslavement.
The transatlantic trade
The Portuguese inaugurated the Atlantic slave trade, soon to be joined by the Spanish. Christopher Columbus’ conquest of the Caribbean virtually wiped out the indigenous culture. Before long other colonial nations had poured into the Americas to plunder them. Slave labour produced sugar, cotton and tobacco. With the Indians dying out, African slaves were imported – 900,000 had landed by 1600. The African nations that supplied the slaves had a long history of slavery themselves. European colonists flocked to West Africa trading liquor, tobacco, arms and trinkets for live cargo.
Thus began the notorious Middle Passage where slaves would be loaded lying down in the holds of ships, often on their sides to preserve space. The British were the prime slavers, bringing goods from England to exchange for African slaves whom they then supplied to Spanish and Portuguese colonies in the New World. This triangular trade built Britain’s fortune.
Slaves to sugar
Sugar was the mainstay of slavery in Brazil, Cuba and Haiti. In Brazil the Portuguese resisted installing even the most basic machinery to replace human labour; they worked their slaves to death within a span of a few years. Numerous African slaves escaped to the Brazilian interior, forming their own Republic of Palmares in a famous revolt which lasted 70 years. In 1696 when Palmares fell, all the leaders committed suicide rather than be enslaved again. Haiti, under French dominance, was importing 40,000 slaves a year when the fuse for a spectacular revolt was lit. Toussaint L’Ouverture took charge, forcing an abolitionist decree through the French Assembly and becoming the first black man to govern a European colony. Eventually under Napoleon’s despotic reign, Toussaint was toppled by one of his own supporters. But Haiti gained freedom rather than returning to slavery.

Photo: Anti-Slavery International
Abolitionist moves
The 18th century saw the birth of abolitionist groups in the Western world. In 1804 the Danes made the slave trade illegal; Britain followed in 1807 and the Americans a year later. Anti-Slavery International was founded in 1839 a few years before the complete abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. But slave smuggling and slavery itself continued. The economic climate was changing – Britain’s industries, built on the profits of plantation slavery, now sought a labour force closer to home.
The US
Slaves helped America win freedom from the British during the American War of Independence, without, however, gaining their own. The slogan, ‘All men are created equal’ had a hollow ring when even Thomas Jefferson who wrote it owned slaves. The invention of the cotton gin revolutionized the American South’s fortunes – in 1860 a cotton harvest worth $200 million was picked by slaves working under the lash. Slaves did every imaginable job that their masters saw fit, with skilled slaves being hired out for further profit. Fugitives escaped under cover of night travelling over wild terrain to the Northern states and Canada – their routes became known as the Underground Railroad. The Civil War in 1861 was the death knell of American slavery – over 38,000 black people died fighting in it. The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery.

Photo: Anti-Slavery International
A global menace
Slavery continued, however, in other parts of the world following emancipation in North America. Indigenous slavery in sub-Saharan Africa, debt bondage and forced labour in European colonies and domestic slavery in Nigeria and the Indian sub-continent thrived. Nine million lost their lives to forced labour and genocide in the Belgian Congo. In China a system of child slavery known as Mui Tsai, where children were sold for domestic work, persisted until the second half of the 20th century. In Peru atrocities committed by a British-registered company against the indigenous Indians enslaved to tap rubber led to boycotts. It was estimated that every ton of latex produced by the Peruvian Amazon Company had cost seven lives.
The long shadow
With the formation of the United Nations every member state was obliged to outlaw slavery – at least in principle. But past slavery throws a long shadow, as evidenced by various movements for reparations. In the US reparations for slavery have sparked heated debate. And recently Mary Robinson, the outgoing UN high commissioner for human rights, responded positively to suggestions of development aid for African countries from which slaves were taken by Europeans. In Aotearoa/New Zealand an independent tribunal recommended that the government compensate the descendants of Moriori people who were enslaved by the Maori over 150 years ago.
 
CDNBear
#30
Thank you for actually, sort of answering the question.



And I hope you noted this...

Quote:

Western slavery goes back 10,000 years to Mesopotamia , today’s Iraq , where a male slave was worth an orchard of date palms.

Quote:

Early abolitionists arose in the form of two Jewish sects , the Essenes and the Therapeutae, who abhorred slave-owning and tried buying slaves in order to free them.



It also had strong roots in Africa, where one clan of black Africans would raid other clans and capture their countryman and sell them to the slave traders.

So please spare me the morals lessons about the white folk owing the blacks of SA something. That's just how your ideology justifies criminality, terrorism and so on.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 26th, 2010 at 05:15 PM..
 

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