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Posted on 04/18/2014 7:43:18 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican
Speaking in his office, flanked by two Great Danes, farmer Louis Meintjes says he can trace his South African heritage back to the 1730s.
Farming has never been an easy life but in the past it was more certain.
Where once farmers in the Transvaal region enjoyed a high standard of living, today they say they are targeted by violent assailants.
"It's not good for the health of society to be under siege by criminals," he says pointing out that he was attacked last year.
"I was woken when they broke the window, I made sure my wife was safe and called for help on the radio," he recalls.
"When they heard the radio, they shot at me," he says pointing to a mark on the ceiling where the bullet hit.
"I shot back (and) when I came out they had gone, but there was blood all over. Hopefully I hit one of them."
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Yes, but people like this guy are better targets bacause ferals can’t steal too much from each other.
Rhodesia used to be the Iowa of Africa farming-wise. Now it is more like North Korea. That may ultimately happen in South Africa, too.
The BBC, British press and academic whores slobbered all over themselves gushing praise of ZAPU, ZANU and the ANC combined with intense hostility towards the white dominated governments. Now we have southern African paradises. Huzza!
Thank you mandella the idol America praises as a fighter of democracy
Afrikaners’ dependence on Black labor ultimately dealt them in.