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South Africa’s anti-white laws benefiting Asians


Asians are replacing white people as the business leaders of South Africa. In South Africa it is now illegal to hire or promote a white government employee. Whites have had assets nationalized, then given to relatives of ANC leaders. The ANC has worked hard to take wealth away from white people. Hundreds of thousands of whites have been purposefully legislated into poverty.

As the ANC strips wealth from the whites who built South Africa, the money is simply going to the Asian population. The Asians are the traditional merchant class of South Africa. Asian incomes have soared, white white incomes plummet, and black incomes have remained flat.

From BBC…

Ernst Roets, a leading Afrikaans campaigner from the AfriForum organisation, took me to a squatter camp outside the country’s capital, Pretoria. A white squatter camp.

It has been set up on the property of a sympathetic white farmer and is called, optimistically, Sonskyn Hoekie – Sunshine Corner.

There are broken-down cars and bits of discarded furniture everywhere. Beyond the wooden shacks lie ditches and pools of dirty, stagnant water where mosquitoes breed. Two basic toilets serve the whole camp.

According to Roets there are 80 white squatter camps – many of them bigger than this – in the Pretoria area alone. Across South Africa as a whole he believes there could be as many as 400,000 poor whites in conditions like these.

Semi-skilled white people have little chance of getting a job when so many black South Africans are unemployed.

There is another group of white Afrikaners, far higher up the social scale, who are deeply threatened – in this case, literally. Virtually every week the press here report the murders of white farmers, though you will not hear much about it in the media outside South Africa.

In South Africa you are twice as likely to be murdered if you are a white farmer than if you are a police officer – and the police here have a particularly dangerous life. The killings of farmers are often particularly brutal.