Picture page of murdered whites/Afrikaners in 2008/9 below: Also see: South African Crime Wave turns Deadly
SA parents in New Zealand: ‘please adopt our daughter to save her from South African violent crime and child-rape epidemic’
Below we publish the ever-growing number of thumbnail pictures of murdered, falsely-arrested, traumatised and maimed -- mostly white Afrikaans-speaking South Africans caught up in the growing genocidal violence in South Africa this past year. Their tragic stories, with links to the original sources, can be found on our archives at http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com Contact website manager Adriana Stuijt email@example.com for all enquiries. My telephone number in The Netherlands is 0519-701-266. A petition was recently launched at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, requesting an investigation into the genocide of Afrikaner whites in South Africa. See
Canadian, American communities rally around desperate South African immigrant family – Durban family was sponsored by lawyer David McCarville
copied from article written by Beth Kristin Ott, assistant editor, firstname.lastname@example.org USA
Litchfield Park, USA -- After months of sleepless nights wondering what the future would hold, Cheryl and Scott Allan and their five children are bundled up in winter gear, heading home in Canada. Home is a place they've never been - the snow-covered community of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada - and yet, they've never felt so secure. Last spring, the family left for the USA from their native land of Durban, South Africa, where violence was on the rise and work was hard to come by. "We saw things deteriorate rapidly - lots of violent crime, thefts, murders. Just when we thought we couldn't handle it anymore, our neighbour was murdered. We could hear the screams," Cheryl said. "We wanted out for the kids' sake. The United States was our first choice." Cheryl and Scott feverishly sent out hundreds of letters and resumes to try to get a sponsor for a visa. Finally, one day they received a response and got a training visa that brought them to Litchfield Park. It was in Litchfield Park where they found a community that rallied around them, raising money, donating items and ultimately finding them a new place to call home. Lawyer David McCarville had sponsored Scott's J-1 training visa as Scott has a law degree. "Having been to Durban, I knew their situation was not good." So, he brought them to Litchfield Park. They knew the situation was temporary, though, and spent months searching for a more permanent future for the family. "It was like a dream," Cheryl said. "My young son started school and said it was like in the movies." Teachers and families at Litchfield Elementary School collected money to help the Allans. Members of the Church at Litchfield Park, which the Allans attended, donated items. The Rev. Jud Souers began looking at all possible options for the family and finally found them a way to make a new life in Canada. "It's been such a struggle for them, but this is an amazing community," Souers said. "There are five children who are going to have a better future now." The family had three children at Litchfield Elementary School, one child at Western Sky Middle School and one student at Millennium High School. All of the children gained weight, gained confidence and improved their grades since arriving in the United States, their mother said. "When we arrived, my kids were all very thin. My 7-year-old was very withdrawn and wouldn't talk to people," Cheryl said. "In such a short while, my kids have improved so much." Facing a return to their native country was unbearable, Cheryl said. "Thinking about boarding that plane, well, I can't," she said. "As a mother, I can't do it." Although the Allan children settled into American life quickly with little flags all around the house, their parents were uncertain where the future would take them. "Our immigration policies in this country are very difficult," McCarville said. That's where Souers came into the picture, connecting the Allans with lawyers he knew in Canada.
"Eventually all of the pieces of the puzzle came together and the family received a two-year work visa for Canada and Scott secured a position with a law firm in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. "The church and especially Pastor Souers really made it all possible," Scott said. "As soon as we get there, we will start the process toward permanent immigration." A community celebration was held Wednesday at the Church at Litchfield Park before the Allans began the long journey toward their new home. "We are very excited and relieved," Cheryl said. "The community here was absolutely fantastic." Beth Kristin Ott can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
LABUSCHAGNES FEAR BEING SENT BACK FROM NEW ZEALAND
February 6 2009 – The Labuschagne family of South Africa, Afrikaans-speaking immigrants on a work permit in New Zealand, are so desperate to stay out of their violent crime-ridden birth-country that they would rather give up their little girl for adoption, just to keep her safely in New Zealand. The family had fled the country as traumatised victims of violent crime, yet the New Zealand government may now well force them to go back. From article by HAYDEN DONNELLhttp://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/4763858a6497.html
South Africa not safe for children:
Daniel Labuschagne, 50, lives in Forrest Hill in New Zealand with his family: wife Lisa, step-daughter Ashley Joustra, 18, and daughter Amelia. He says it's far too unsafe for children in South Africa. He’s terrified of having to take the girls back there. And he’s right: see here and here and also here and also read that the South African police is not only failing to protect white crime victims, but is also joining in the armed attacks against them, here And South African females, from the age of babyhood to geriatric, are targetted by the hundreds of rapes each day in the world’s most violent rape epidemic, see Here
Afrikaners are also targetted by vicious hate-crimes, see here
Yet the New Zealand government may now refuse to extend his two-year-work permit."I will do anything legal to keep my daughters in this country where they have a chance to survive," he said in a desperate interview with a New Zealand newspaper. Mr Labuschagne and wife Liza got two-year work permits in June 30 2006, and he works at Chubb Security. They al arrived as traumatised crime victims from the most violently criminal country in the world. It was a final series of events which finally had them flee the country of their birth in total fear: Liza had her car window smashed and handbag stolen after stopping to give money to a young man begging at traffic lights. Glass showered on her then nine-month-old baby Amelia, who was asleep in the backseat. They were already living in constant fear inside their high-security, heavily-barricaded home. They feared driving to work each day and they feared arriving at home where they could get ambushed. The last straw came however when an elderly family member was mugged at a cash by five armed attackers. Stepdaughter Ashley Joustra just celebrated her 18th birthday with her biological dad in South Africa in April – and just narrowly avoid being killed in an armed attack. She's now terrified of having to move there permanently. The family was granted a two-year work permit on June 30 2006, which allowed Mr Labuschagne to get his current job at Chubb Security. That is now all at risk because Immigration New Zealand has not accepted an application to renew the permit. Its initial asessment says 'there is no shortage of security guards in New Zealand and Mr Labuschagne’s position can be filled by a New Zealander. ' The family is devastated they may have to return to South Africa.
HERBST FAMILY ATTACKED AFTER FORCED RETURN FROM USA
Other South Africans who were forced to return after their work permits ran out – such as the Herbst family, left -- expatriated from the United States of America as if they were common criminals, although both children were born in the USA – were attacked within just weeks of returning.
Ashleigh is about to sit year 13 exams at Westlake Girls High School and fears she will not be able to go to university in her home country. The family is uncertain if her NCEA credits will be accepted by a South African university. Six-year-old Amelia speaks with a Kiwi accent and knows New Zealand’s national anthem, while Liza has worked in customer service in Glenfield for 15 months. Mr Labuschagne says the family now feel like "Kiwis" and call New Zealand home. "We have bought everything here and built our lives here. If we’re back there I don’t know what we’ll do," he says. Immigration New Zealand says ‘it has not yet made a final decision to deny Mr Labuschagne a permit.’ It has given him until tomorrow to provide information showing there are no New Zealand citizens qualified for his position. The fact that he had previously been granted a permit does not "automatically mean he will be granted a further permit". An endorsement of his work by Mr Labuschagne’s employer will be balanced against a Work and Income assessment of the local labour market. Source:North Shore Times http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/4763858a6497.html
Alphabetic picture page of ‘white’, mostly Afrikaner crime victims in South Africa in 2008 and 2009 - hover mouse over each picture to read the details --
GROWING ANTIWHITE RACISM -- AND PEACEFUL PROTESTS AGAINST AFRIKANER GENOCIDE:
Recorded on behalf of Genocide Watch see http://www.genocidewatch.org/BoersSlain01.htm by Adriana Stuijt, retired South African/Dutch journalist, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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