Since 1994, an estimated 68,798 white South Africans have been murdered of which 4041 were commercial farmers.

Accurate figures are very difficult to source as the South African police repeatedly fail to report most of the murders that take place.

There is also no distinction between white and black victims in crime records.

As the white population of South Africa was 4,434,697 according to the official state census in 1996, and more than 400,000 white South Africans have left the country, it could be estimated that nearly 2% of white South Africans have been murdered in the 18 years of democracy.

Compare that to the 7518 black people that were murdered by the Apartheid government, which comes to a percentage of 0.02% of the black population.

So, if anybody ever asks you how many black people were killed by white people in South Africa, you can tell them that black people have murdered roughly 100 times more white people in the last 63 years.

There were roughly 128,000 commercial farmers in South Africa in 1980. Today there are 40,000 commercial farmers left in South Africa.

Since 1994, an estimated 4041 farmers have been murdered and many more maimed, tortured, raped and assaulted. These attacks spare no-one on the property, including babies who have been wrapped in fuel-soaked towels before being set on fire.

The percentages are pretty alarming. Even though it’s an inaccurate way of expressing murder rates, one could argue that almost 10% of white farmers in South Africa have been murdered.

The official data is that the murder rate of white South African Farmers (Boers) is the highest in the world by profession.

It is currently 310/100,000.

In London, the probability of being murdered is 3/100,000.

I find it odd why white South Africans need to go through such lengthy visa applications to enter English speaking nations – surely it is glaringly obvious that they should be able to claim asylum based on the fact that they have such a massive probability of being murdered in their own country!


Genocide has to come from somewhere. People won’t just go out and start killing people because they feel disadvantaged or because of a wage dispute. They need to be called to action.

The mainstream media has deliberately been turning a blind eye to the hate that drips from the ANC’s lips. The ex-ANC Youth League President, Julius Malema, defied a court ruling that banned the ANC from singing “Kill the Boer” just hours after he left court. The courts are run by “racist whites” according to the ANC Youth League and they don’t have any respect for any ruling unless it is in their favor.

Ronald Lamola, the current president of the ANCYL, is trying his best to outshine his predecessor by stepping up the hate speech against Afrikaners.

On the 18th of June 2012, Lamola told ANCYL members that “Land reform needs an act as forceful as war,” and that it was an illusion that land would be given back to black South Africans “peacefully”.

Afriforum has laid charges of hate-speech against Lamola earlier this month for other racially motivated slurs.

Lamola is also calling for Nationalisation of banks and mines.

A few hours after Lamola called for war… a 77-year old farmer was murdered in Limpopo.

But this time, American tourists found the deceased farmer and his critically injured wife, and on returning home, they alerted the world to what was happening in the “Rainbow Nation”.

The highly intelligent Lamola said, as recently as June 2012: 

“We are told that investors are going to be scared away when we speak about the economy. Good riddance. South Africans will take over.”

Anti-white hate speech is turning up on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. This is due to the lies and disinformation, that the liberation movements and their mostly uneducated children keep spreading.

If you continually preach to the masses that white people stole everything from them, how long will it be before they start taking back what they falsely believe belongs to them?

Jessica Leandra dos Santos

FHM model Jessica Leandra dos Santos recently made a “politically incorrect” comment on Twitter where she dared to use the dreaded “k-word”.

She recieved hundreds of rape and death threats.

This is unfortunately, not an uncommon occurrence in the rainbow nation.

It may be an idea to ask Itumeleng Mabeba, an employee at security company Bidvest Magnum, where he got the idea to rape white women with broken bottles, as stories and images are now emerging that show how it has become almost a trademark of farm attackers to rape and disembowel white women with broken bottles.

The ANC will tell you that this was not a hate crime, but a wage dispute, because white farmers exploit farm workers.

Just like Eugene Terreblanche was murdered because of a wage dispute.

If you don’t get as much money as you were expecting for your Christmas bonus, doing this to your employer is justified in the ‘Rainbow Nation,’ well it is in the one you will never read about in the mass media.

4 thoughts on “UNDER THE RAINBOW

  1. I’m sorry, but what is the point of this post? To show South Africa under Apartheid was a fair nation for whites and blacks, even tough it was a racist institution? That black people aren’t able to take a government? That we should be careful of racism against whites (aka, “reverse racism”)?

    I know South Africa is a violent country. It already was during and before Apartheid was I know there is a serious rape problem there (against black and white girls), but I don’t pretend I’m a specialist and I don’t pretend know what is behind those issues. This is not a shallow subject and I think this post hardly covers it. There is a whole history of a country and it’s people behind it, sociological problems, class problems, self-esteem issues, etc. It is much deeper than racism against whites or whatever.

    Also, this info: “7518 black people that were murdered by the Apartheid government”. Yes, the official records of the murders committed by the Apartheid government (which I don’t think it is accurate), but this is NOT the murders the white civilians committed agains blacks, which I think it is much bigger number than that.

    1. The ‘Point’ of this post was to highlight the often one-sided and sanitised reporting of the problems in South Africa by the British Media. I do not make a claim to have a deep and intimate knowledge of the conditions during Apartheid and beyond. This was not about that, it was to show, that in almost every instance, we are not being given the true picture of any situation being reported to us. There are of course, two sides to every story, and biased and politically motivated media coverage from either side, is part of what I am trying to highlight…..

  2. Terre’Blanche was an (alleged) racist scumbag ‘suspected’ of raping staff. If you were a black working for him do you think you’d have satisfactory living conditions?

    Wake up.

    The man who’d been oppressing for decades finally got caught by karma.

  3. I feel saddened while reading this.. yes South Africa is becoming more and more violent and dangerous. But it isnt just blacks against whites its whites against whites and blacks against blacks! I pray that one day everyone will forgive what our forefathers did to each other and that everyone will be able to live together with a bit more peace and understanding. I’ve lived in South Africa and i’ve lived overseas and everywhere its the same! The word “racist” gets used way to often and it makes people scared to speak out! (for instance for work i’m supposed to find a few photos of some Black south africans enjoying random event (like braaiing exc) but i feel like im doing something wrong as i’m looking up a specific race) but In a certain aspect is shouldnt because its not ment in a racist way..

    I’ll just keep praying and hoping that one day when i have children that the violence would have ceased (atleast a little) and that my children or even their children will be able to enjoy this WONDERFUL country for what it should be! (which is people not seeing color or religion but seeing people for who they are good or bad!)

    And i would like to state one more thing in this post (which is getting way to long) and that is that a few days ago my flat was broken into by a white man of about 26-28 years old and a lot of my stuff was stolen.. Its not about color its about how you where raised! I was raised to show respect to EVERYONE untill they prove that they arnt worthy of having any respect shown to them…

    So well my point is.. Keep praying.. Not for a better more face south africa but for a better and safer world! Its up to this generation to make a difference! So raise your children to have respect and to not see color but to see the person them selves.. (just a little bit of advice..)

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