FC: Apartheid, South AfricaN genocide | By: Stephen Hnatuck and Dana Goodwin | A genocide based on the different races of Southern Africa
1: Table of Contents *Editorial *Non-Fiction Articles *Quotes *Work Cited
2: African-ruled countries are a variation on a theme of total corruption, and it is a matter of time before South Africa collapses. The 3.5 million Whites remaining might slow that process but the end result is inevitable and Western elites and journalists must take responsibility. The chaos on the railways is an indicator. Locos are not turning up at coal mines to collect fully-loaded trains, and the power stations are out for coal. The electricity generating plants are fast deteriorating and break down regularly, and the country has been plagued with power cuts for the last few years. The ANC is still dominated by members of the South African Communist Party, they are anti-white racists, and they have a vigorous land confiscation program on the statute books. Farmers and their families are regularly murdered.
3: This article talks about the chaos that occurred in South Africa. White citizens are being killed by black citizens, communist parties are taking over and corruption is everywhere. This is similar to the Holocaust because everything is in total insanity. People are being killed over issues that do not require violence. The authors view on this subject is somewhat horrific, for he uses strong words such as murder and corruption. | In Southern Africa they collected skulls as a symbol of dominance
4: Non-Fiction Articles Southern Africa experts stress links between apartheid and genocide The report of the Experts' Group had been prepared pursuant to resolution 1983/9 of the Commission, by which the Group was asked to continue studying the policies and practices which violated human rights in South Africa and Namibia, bearing in mind the Group's conclusion that the "criminal effects of apartheid amount to a policy bordering on genocide Another recommendation of the Group of Experts had stated that the way in which South Africa implemented the policy of apartheid "should henceforth be considered as a kind of genocide." The Group of Three also called upon States Parties to provide information to help in its progressive updating of the list of individuals, organizations, institutions and representatives of States "alleged to be responsible for the crimes" enumerated in article II. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1309/is_v22/ai_3663298/ | In this article the author writes that the Commission on Human Rights has become involved in the genocide of both whites and blacks in Southern Africa. This article is related to the memoirs All But My Life and Night because the Commission on Human Rights is acting just as the Americans did in the memoirs by trying to stop the genocide.
5: Genocide in South Africa Whites in South Africa are keenly aware of the plans to kill them. They expect mass killings to begin very soon after the death of Mandela, but to tell this to the world is a waste of energy. More than three thousand white farmers have already been murdered, and Genocide Watch lists the Boer farmers in South Africa as victims of genocide -- but the media couldn't care less. Malema has praised Zimbabwe's murderous seizure of white-owned farms as "courageous and militant." White South Africans know what's coming. http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/04/genocide_in_south_africa.html | In this article the author talks about the leader of the genocide and why no one in South Africa has stood up to him yet. She compares the leader of the genocide to Hitler by explaining that "he is basically a 'dumb orator with popular support". In this article the writer describes some murders in Southern Africa that resemble those of which occurred during All But My Life and Night.
6: Quotables | "We look at our tormented brothers in southern Africa from a unique historical perspective; ourselves the victims of every outrage still perpetrated in South Africa, we are the products of a slave system which was the foundation for a unique colonial experience." | "Yet despite our comparative success, we know that we are diminished and incomplete so long as apartheid remains." | “Today the majority of South Africans, black and white, recognize that apartheid has no future. It has to be ended by our own decisive mass action in order to build peace and security. The mass campaign of defiance and other actions of our organization”
7: These quotes are completely against apartheid, for it seperates the blacks and whites, and only causes more violence. Powerful words are used in the first quote, and tell the sheer horror of the apartheid. These quotes somewhat relate to the holocaust, for they are all about terrible times, and the suffering and senseless killing going on in South Africa at that time.
8: Work Cited | "Southern Africa experts stress links between apartheid and genocide". UN Chronicle. FindArticles.com. 20 Apr, 2010. Pamela Geller."Genocide in South Africa."American Thinker.N.p.,April 16, 2010.Web.April 20,2010. | South African White Supremacist