Summary: Jan 2013 hatespeech against Boers: ANC-councillor Recato Eberwein hopes for ‘Genocide’ ; Witzenberg municipality’s traffic superintendent Winsten Koeries Dusautoir wants to ‘take up the AK47 against Boere’; the Claassen family finds death-threat graffiti on their De Deur farm wall; and two Dutch citizens wage a hatespeech pamphleteering campaign against the warnings by a Dutch political party that the Afrikaners are facing an all-out genocide. In Zambia, ‘Boers’ get blamed for an Indian-owned shopping chain’s dumping Chinese castoff goods:
Top genocide expert: Afrikaners face genocide:
Dr Gregory Stanton of the US-based Genocide Watch organisation held a press conference in Pretoria in April 2012 after he was in South Africa on a fact-finding investigation. In this press conference below, the internationally-acknowledged expert on genocides worldwide, outlines the reasons for his organisation placing the Afrikaners at Level 6 out of 8 stages of genocide: http://www.genocidewatch.org/SouthAfrica.html
9 Jan 2013 PAGEVIEW PICTURE of email from ANC-councillor in Heidelberg Recato Eberwein - who wrote to the Censorbugbear.org website, which reports on the Afrikaner Genocide: from email address: firstname.lastname@example.org – as follows:
ENTIRE MESSAGE: "I personally hope genocide will happen. Then we can get rid of amabhunu's that live in cuckoo land. Kill a Boer, Kill a Farmer. Skrik wakker, wit gedrogte'. PICTURES ATTACHED. BACKGROUND: He's an ANC town councilllor in Heidelberg, and a portfolio Committee member in the Transport and Infrastructure Development department for 'Sedibeng District municipality'; he also holds other posts, amongst others "Study Group Committee Member (Service Delivery and Infrastructure) at Lesedi municipality in Heidelberg, but also serves on portfolio committees in Vereeniging according to his Who's Who in South Africa: http://www.whoswho.co.za/recato-eberwein-32227
Above: Witzenberg municipality traffic superintendent Winsten Koeries Dusautoir wrote on his personal Facebook page URL - http://www.facebook.com/winsten/koeries?ref=ts&ref=ts... His comments are being investigated said Witzenberg municipal manager David Nasson. The municipality and the SA Local Government Association were investigating a complaint against the officer. By Jan 162013 the officer however had not been charged and was still on active service. The officer himself ‘could not be reached for comment’ and all his postings were removed from his Facebook page, and his Twitter account closed down. The comments (above) were, in Afrikaans: "It looks like we must again pick up our AK47s here in the fucking Western Cape. I am sick of farmers and the DA". The comments continued: "The fucking farmers know who our leaders are, and now our leaders are being targeted," adding the DA wants to make the Western Cape a province for "Boere".The municipality covers Bela Vista, Ceres, Tulbagh and Wolsely.This comes amid tension in the Ceres fruit-growing area following a series of pay strikes.
Above: 26 Dec 2012 Afrikaner Claassen family in Walkerville De Deur gets death threat graffiti on wall after breakin Dec 24 2012: "We Will Kill You" Twitter: @gerrieclas Vereeniging/Midvaal/Meyerton: Mr Claassen writes on December 24 2012 on Twitter: This was the 'Christmas Message to my family on outside wall after breakin" bit.ly/YMleCA after they stole my electric cables and broke my door down! The farmily says they reported the death-threat and the breakin to the local police 'but they didn't do much'.
Hatespeech-pamphleteering against Afrikaner farmers by Dutch citizens Johan de Villiers and Emma Huismans (journalist) at The Hague Lower House of Parliament: Dec 5 2012:
Relevant to: Dutch party fears genocide in South Africa:
Boers in Zambia get blamed for Indian-owned GameStore's counterfeit goods with vile genocidal hatespeech
ORIGINAL LINK TO ZAMBIAN SITE-
On Twitter: Ghana:
Racial Politics in Ghana:
Jemima Pierre, professor of anthropology at Vanderbilt University, wrote The Predicament of Blackness: Postcolonial Ghana and the Politics of Race (University of Chicago Press 2012). She engages Ghanaian and African diasporan constructions, perceptions, and performances of “Blackness and Whiteness” in contemporary Ghana. By doing so, she brings anthropology into an ongoing “conversation on race” within African studies dominated largely by historians and South Africanists from a variety of specializations. The book, she says in her preface, is an “ethnography of racialization that insists on shifting the ways we think about Africa and the history of modern identity” (xv). She argues that the process of racialization within the framework of “global white supremacy” links continental (black) Africans and people of (black) African descent in the diaspora. “Race matters” to Pierre, and she culls ethnographic material from her two decades of research in Ghana that belies its irrelevance in every day urban Ghana. http://bit.ly/WMoJTl http://africasacountry.com/2013/01/18/race-politics-in-ghana/