Heart of Darkness: South African Land Confiscation Will Probably Go Ahead

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
July 2, 2018

This is pretty sick.

No one wants to out and out say that this is a genocide.

Those news agencies that cover the news talk about how the death and dismemberment of White farmer communities will be bad for niggers – who it is heavily implied – are too retarded to feed themselves.


The South African economy and the nation’s food production could collapse if the government seizes land from white farmers and redistributes it to black citizens, a local race relations organization has told RT.

The move, approved by the ruling African National Congress (ANC) earlier this year, is aimed at redistribution of wealth and “radical economic transformation.” The government is reportedly planning to put an end to what they call the legacy of apartheid, where nearly 95 percent of the South African wealth was kept in the hands of 10 percent of its white population.

Some organizations have claimed the initiative incites violence against white farmers. According to statistics from minority rights group AfriForum, 74 murders and 638 attacks primarily on white farmers had taken place in 2016-17.

The thing is, there’s a lot more to South Africa than meets the eye.

A solid portion of Whites in South Africa are pretty liberal and live in the cities. Furthermore, they don’t really identify with the Boer, who I think they think are hicks and rednecks who had it coming.

Also, for some reason, the South African government always had a close relationship with Israel, even though it was mostly Marxist Jews that were agitating for the end of Apartheid and trying to destroy South Africa.

The whole situation there seems pretty convoluted.

Either way, it’s pretty sick that the Boer farmers basically have to justify their existences by pointing out how many niggers they can feed.

The Institute of Race Relations has urged the international community to step in, as the South African government denies that the land expropriation, and the violence the bill allegedly sparked, are a problem.

“The white farmer in South Africa is part of a minority group. It is also unaccepted that property be expropriated without compensation. The international community should pressure the South African government to address the problem of crime in South Africa,” the TLU SA spokesman said.

“They should also pressure them not to take away the legal property of its citizens without compensating them.”

The experts highlight that international investments are vital for growing South Africa’s economy, while a constitution allowing expropriation without compensation creates uncertainty and chases investors away. In March, TLU SA President Louis Meintjes said that the reform sends a negative message to international investors.

“The ultimate result of what the government is currently introducing is the collapse of the economy and the redistribution of poverty which will affect all of us. International business will invest where profit could be made, and they are clearly not willing to risk investments to support a failed ideology,” Meintjes said. “It is not possible to send out a clearer message by expressing the intention to expropriate without compensation. In any developed society, this is regarded as theft, and efforts to disguise the intention to do so constitutionally, will not change that fact.”

I’m reminded of the scorpion and the frog parable that William Luther Pierce used to tell.

Naggers are the same thing really. They’re willing to take things to such a low-level of civilization that it’s not really worth playing that game of mutually assured destruction with them. They can’t think critically, and they won’t be won over with economic arguments.

But I have a constructive suggestion for the farmers.

Why not just shut down production NOW and watch them scramble to feed themselves. These farmers, if they’re really that crucial to the South African economy, should just hunker down for a year or two and watch the nogs destroy themselves.

What do they have to lose at this point?