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By Alex Newman
DALLAS, Texas — On a recent trip to the United States, leaders of AfriForum, Africa's largest civil-rights organization, exposed the South African government's growing extremism, including official plans to steal land from European-descent farmers as well as escalating calls for violence and murder against minority communities. Indeed, violence, especially against farmers, is already off the charts.
In an interview with The New American magazine in Dallas, one stop on the trip to America that also included a stay in Washington, D.C., AfriForum Deputy CEO Ernst Roets (shown) explained how serious the situation was getting. Among the key concerns he expressed were the so-called “farm murders” in which innocent families — falsely accused by government of “stealing” the land — are mercilessly tortured and murdered. Thousands have been slaughtered, including babies. Meanwhile, political leaders openly sing songs advocating genocide.
Another top worry expressed by Roets and his organization surrounds the government's plans to expropriate land from white farmers without compensation. The ruling alliance, composed of the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party, is moving increasingly toward full-blown Marxism-Leninism as part of what they refer to as the “Second Phase” of the “National Democratic Revolution.” The Parliament recently voted overwhelmingly to change the Constitution and legalize the theft of property.
At the same time, Roets said there was growing pressure targeting the Afrikaner people, their language, and their culture. For instance, authorities are increasingly forcing Afrikaans-language primary and secondary schools to accept non-Afrikaners in what many view as an effort to erase Afrikaans education. Just recently, Roets said, the courts dealt a devastating blow to the Afrikaans language at the university level, too.
In the interview, Roets, who is also an attorney, said he hoped the international community would pay attention to the situation and speak out on the escalating violence. He asked that investors from around the world, whose capital would be at risk under the measures being pursued by authorities in South Africa, apply pressure. Especially important is for everyday Americans to speak out about these issues, including on social media, Roets added.
With growing questions about the future of South Africa and especially its embattled minority communities, Roets also addressed some of the various visions being put forward by concerned citizens and leader. Among the ideas he discussed that are gaining prominence were potential secession and self-determination for oppressed minorities, or even the prospect of further mass emigration to Europe and the United States.
Watch the full interview here:
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By Frank Camp
On Tuesday, ReasonTV uploaded a new video to their YouTube channel featuring John Stossel. In the video, Stossel speaks about the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization "dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society," according to their official website.
SPLC has an interactive "Hate Map" where you can see all the groups and people they believe promote hatred and violence. There are 917 alleged hate groups on the map.
"I once believed in the center’s mission," Stossel says. "Well-meaning people still do; Apple just gave them a million dollars. But what donors don’t know is that today, the center smears people who don’t deserve to be smeared."
SPLC’s leadership wouldn’t speak with Stossel, so instead, he speaks with Nomiki Konst of The Young Turks:
KONST: They have a history – a long history of fighting against extremists like the KKK.
STOSSEL: History, yes. But they label skeptical Muslims like Ayaan Hirsi Ali as haters.
KONST: When you have a horrible experience with religion, that’s one thing. It’s another thing to use those experiences as ammunition against others who are practicing their religion peacefully.
STOSSEL: But they’re just speaking, criticizing it.
KONST: Of course she has the right to free speech, as does the Southern Poverty Law Center has a right to push back.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali is an activist who was raised in a "devout Somali Muslim Family," according to Britannica, and suffered female genital mutilation as a young girl. Ever since she left the Islamic faith and began to speak out against extremism, Ali has faced numerous threats to her life.
Stossel then brings up the shooting at the Family Research Council (FRC). In August 2012, a man named Floyd Lee Corkins went to the FRC with the intent to kill "as many people as [he] could." Fortunately, he didn’t make it very far. After shooting a guard, he was brought under control by that very guard.
According to court documents, Corkins knew about the FRC because they were on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s "Hate Map." During an interview with federal investigators, Corkins said, "Southern Poverty Law lists anti-gay groups ... I found them online, did a little research, went to the website, stuff like that."
STOSSEL: The council’s offices were attacked by a guy with a gun. They don’t deserve this.
KONST: There’s always extremists out there, and it’s unfortunately the world that we live in, and, you know, hopefully, people can kind of separate that.
There’s so much more to this eye-opening video about the Southern Poverty Law Center. Take a look:
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