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Uhuru - The murder of all white Africans

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posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 01:13 AM
PLS. review these links, you will find info here and there with regards to "operation wipe out", etc:!/pages/Johannesburg-South-Africa/ANC-YOUTH-LEAGUE/37414469226? v=wall&ref=ts!/pages/julius-malema/101993463175528?ref=ts

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 01:25 AM
Let me ad to it... The ANC and its followers are publishing false information, misinforming and misguiding it's people. Via infusing UNTRUE situations to anger them even more and be against the white people. The funny thing is, the evidence of our innocence are never published. They always cut it off, or hide it. Luckily my people have the footage's, however it just get's deleted as soon as you try to help the uneducated & misinformed.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 01:41 AM



There are LOADS more info and news articles, etc. evidence to that we are in grave danger. These evidences does not even touch the top of the smallest Iceberg - there are loads of articles, etc. Will forward more news...

The whole of Africa just denies everything.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 01:59 AM
The evidence of "boer" genocide:

posted on May, 7 2010 @ 03:21 AM

For all the tourists and international readers. With the World Cup merely a month away, will we even be able to fill seats at our soccer stadiums?

Check this (copied from an above post).

I think the thing is with the whole Uhuru-prophecy, is that people are awaiting some sort of event to set the whole thing into motion. Isn't Uhuru already happening? With more than 2000 farmers being murdered on their farms since 1994 and the rise of the new Government, things are only getting worse with time. We have Political leaders singing "Kill the Farmer, Kill the Boer", yet the ANC and President of the country has not done anything (to date) about this. Just to give you an idea, roughly 2-3 weeks ago a man was beat to death in his home by 15 men. His wife was then gangraped and his 4-year old daughter abused. This is the reality of South Africa. It's happening on a daily basis. I also live on a farm in the Limpopo (Where the ANC youth leader ,Who sings "Kill the Farmer", resides. Every night I fear our house might be the next target. If they want to get in and kill my family and I, I can only pray to God for help, because the police and Government are certainly not going to come to my aid.

posted on May, 17 2010 @ 06:10 PM
I have read all the above postings with interest.
No informed person in his or her right mind could summarily rule out any possibility of genocide in South-Africa at any stage. Whether incidents of mass murder will occur after the death of former President Nelson Mandela or the 2010 FIFA World Cup and more particularly the origins of these recurring rumours are matters of speculation and allegedly ongoing investigation by the SA Police Force and the intelligence fraternity of the country. The fear that many South-Africans harbour in this regard is very real and must not be ridiculed by anybody. Fact is that more than 3000 farmers and farm workers have been murdered since 1994 and one gets the feeling that the majority of black people in this country view the white minority as unwelcome in Africa, dispensable and standing in their way to become rich and successful. A South-African commented as follows concerning the chanting of revolutionary songs calling for the killing of farmers, by the President of the ANC Youth League, Mr Julius Malema: “I said it that the horse has already bolted, It's too late. Wheather Malema is there or not, the blacks have already seen through this fake freedom that protects the interest of the whites. The black people will still continue killing boers on farm as they consider them enemies who are holding onto their land. We need people like Mr Malema to push these boers out of our land one by one at whatever cost. We've to push them very hard and violently. It's iether we torture them or kill them as long as they get out of our land and they'll get out.” For these people the right to elect and regularly re-elect the government of the day has no meaning. They covet materialistic gains without any input from their side such as education, training and hard work above anything else. On Friday, 7 May 2010 the Farm Murder death list since 1987 counted 27 2010 murders. South-Africa is a violent and dangerous country on a blood thirsty continent – only this morning the Beeld newspaper reported another farmer killed and dragged behind a light delivery vehicle. These atrocities must be halted one way or the other. The SA government that control the security forces of the country seems to be unable and, moreover, unwilling to do anything constructive and successful to improve this unacceptable situation.
In an interview by email prior to his speech at Monday's annual Google Zeitgeist conference in London, Emeritus Archbishop Tutu made public his concerns about the current situation in South-Africa and complained about, amongst others, “the high level of corruption that has plagued us since we gained our democracy” as well as "the gutter politics conducted by some senior ANC office bearers. (Mail & Guardian: Tutu: SA's Gutter politics would hurt Mandela: JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA May 17 2010 06:51)
His observation of an ever looming racial war that was (again?) avoided after the killing of neo-Nazi AWB leader Terre’Blanche as well as his concerns about the evident disparities between the developed “west” and underdeveloped Africa have struck me as relevant and important. It is a pity he did not tell us how he think the prevailing discrepancies between the quality of live in Africa and the developed world could be resolved best.
However, I do not believe that Archbishop Tutu had only the unbecoming behaviour of the President of the ANCYL in mind when het referred to “the gutter level of discourse by some politicians within the ruling party.” Most importantly of all to me is that he admits that some of the elders of the struggle were naïve and altruistic. In short, they did not actually know what they were doing when they negotiated a truce with the then morally bankrupt National Party and I do not think that they today know what they should do to steer the country permanently away from violence and conflict towards prosperity and a better live for all.

posted on May, 17 2010 @ 06:29 PM
Further to my above posting I wish to add that for a long time I could not understand why the black majority keep on hating the so-called white minority in the country with so much passion after the 1994 South-African “miracle” until I read what the late Comrade Joe Slovo, the then Secretary General of the South-African Communist Party has written in 1988 about the so-called National Democratic Revolution (NDR) that was rekindled during the ANC’s 2007 Polokwane Conference. Slovo proclaimed, inter alia, that: “We stand for one united, democratic South Africa based on universal adult suffrage. Forging one sovereign South African nation is an integral part of the objectives of the national democratic revolution.” And then he contradicts himself in the same document by stating the following: “The basic objectives of liberation cannot be achieved without undermining the accumulated political, social, cultural and economic white privileges. The moulding of our nation will be advanced in direct proportion to the elimination of these accumulated privileges.” (Slovo, 1988) The black leadership of the country and their supporters allowed and are unfortunately still allowing the flawed as well as outdated communist ideology and theory to mislead them very seriously. In order for SA to move forward after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings the ANC have to come to grips with the reality that they, amongst others, hopelessly overestimated the ability of socialism and the SA economy to deliver the anticipated economic fruits of liberation. They should turn their wrath away from their fellow citizens that opted for piece and realise that they are the sole architects of their failures since 1994. Some political leaders are now starting to realise that they as the duly elected leaders of the “masses” will not be able to fulfil all their promises and obligations towards the electorate in blatant communist fashion.The latest setback for the ruling alliance was the ruling by the Constitutional Court last week concerning the utilisation of communal owned rural land. Due to various reasons, some within and some out of their control, they also did not succeed in accelerating the economy to such an extend that poverty could be suitably addressed through creating more sustainable work opportunities or higher and more social grants, that had to be made possible by the ever growing tax contributions of those citizens that are economically active as well as profit and tax-generating business enterprises. Many of them and their unsophisticated supporters still believe that a productive farm is merely a fenced piece of real estate and that a mine is not much more that a hole in the ground. Without realising that they are hurting bits to attract new investors, nationalisation as pre-empted by the National Democratic Revolution and the Freedom Charter is accordingly again being debated and will most certainly be re-considered in these circles. The lack of progress to address poverty seriously taints the legacy of leaders such as Archbishop Tutu and former President Mandela and the situation is worsened by the estimated 5 to 10 million illegal needy immigrants that are currently in the country – these people that outnumber the taxpayers as well as the number of white people in the country put unbearable extra pressure on already insufficient service delivery by all spheres of government.

posted on May, 27 2010 @ 08:34 AM
I obviously have not waded through all of this since my post years ago. However so much of this conversation has spiraled away from the mythical Uhuru, instead becoming about South Africa its self. It has also become disinformation and overly dramatic. Hard to imagine the reality was not chilling enough.
Clearly a lot of posts in this discussion have been made by the young or uniformed parroting archaic hate speech. Sadly with out ever taking on moment to fact check.

The issue of murder, I have seen some crazy claims on this thread. Claims like up to ten people are being brutally murdered in Pretoria (one town) alone daily.

Murders by country

South Africa sits fourth on the list with a rather alarming number of 21,553 murders per year. That equates to the terrible statistic that around sixty people are murdered daily. This "awards" South Africa the fourth highest murder rate in the world. With the USA coming in fifth with some five thousand less murders a year.
Per-capita the news does not improve with South Africa finding its way to second place. Per-capita stats how ever can be misleading as were they to be believed, Jamaica and Estonia are also murder hubs of the world.

It is a dreadfully grim picture but now we have some numbers we can begin to seek some actual perspective, facts over hearsay.
To date the number of farmers attacked is estimated at around worst case of 3000 between 1994 and 2010. This of course leads reactionaries to claim this means that fifty farmers are murdered a year. Sadly this another misconception brought about by uniformed decision.

According to the South African Police Service National Operational Co-ordinating Committee: "Attacks on farms and smallholdings refer to acts aimed at the person of residents, workers and visitors to farms and smallholdings, whether with the intent to murder, rape, rob or inflict bodily harm. In addition, all actions aimed at disrupting farming activities as a commercial concern, whether for motives related to ideology, labour disputes, land issues, revenge, grievances, racist concerns or intimidation, should be included.

Further more.....

A Committee of Inquiry into Farm Attacks was appointed in 2001 by the National Commissioner of Police. The purpose of the committee was to "inquire into the ongoing spate of attacks on farms, which include violent criminal acts such as murder, robbery, rape, etc, to determine the motives and factors behind these attacks and to make recommendations on their findings."[1] The Committee used the definition for farm attacks as that supplied by the SAPS. The findings were published on 31 July 2003, and the main conclusions of the report were that:

Perpetrators tended to be young, unemployed black men overwhelmingly from dysfunctional family backgrounds

Only a small proportion of attacks involved murder

Theft was committed in almost all cases - in cases where no theft appeared to take place, it was usually because the attackers had been disturbed

More importantly even

White people were not targeted exclusively; in 2001 61% of farm attack victims were white

Sixty percent in a country were farming is traditionally a white industry, largely due to the fact we previously owned all the land. This alone proves that the motive has been anything but racial to me.
Fortunately I cannot supply any up to date statistics of the discrepancy between black and white in these attacks. As our reliable news sources and offices of inquiry do not support or condone segregation.

In fact if people were more honest on these forums, they would acknowledge that the assault of a tourist or a violent murder in suburbia still makes head lines in South Africa. Which leaves with the sad fact, sixty murders a day, largely centered in poor areas. A result of socio economic problems and a gang culture,drugs and desperation

[edit on 27-5-2010 by Slowdive]

posted on May, 27 2010 @ 08:51 AM
Sadly the word count beat me to what was really important about this discussion.
so a brief continuation
Lest we forget one vital crime statistic in South Africa, one that can be backed up with with a little research.

"In South Africa, 80 percent of the murders are between people who know each other, and more than 50 percent of those are committed under the influence of alcohol in a dispute that becomes more and more violent,"

People are hammering on about the world cup and how we can never successfully host one. How tourists will be murdered, how it will all end in tragedy. These same people clearly forget we have already very successfully hosted a cricket world cup and a rugby world cup all incredibly successful events.
Proof once again google is more than happy too oblige with a lovely statistic laced article.

True crime expo South Africa

Of the 870 000 Britons who visited or lived in South Africa last year, only 139 needed consular assistance, against 5 500 in Spain and 2 000 in France.

(Above-mentioned must however include consideration of the fact that more British people visited Spain and France)

"In the first quarter of this year, there was not one incident of a German tourist travelling to South Africa that we know of that has become the victim of violent rime. There is no one," said Martin Schafer, spokesman for the embassy in Pretoria.

The French embassy said murders of tourists are so small that the mission doesn't even track them.

I could go on about the number of ex-pats I know who have brought their families and wealth into South Africa. I could try and persuade you by listing how many international guests I have had the pleasure of hosting and how glowingly they speak of South Africa.
I could even delve into the reasons segregation persists and attempt to sway opinions. I could even claim that more and more ethnic hatred is becoming an imagined bogyman because I live and work with people of many races and cultures daily.
That's all hearsay and no more compelling than any other fact-less post made so far. The success of the world cup the emerging, forward looking South Africa as well as the warmth of this country. Those things will eventually speak for those of us who believe in and love this country.

In closing I should state we are not with out dramatic problems, we are not with out political circuses and gross mismanagement. We are an emerging country with huge challenges to face. Simply in the face of people so happy to dwell on these problems, it is nice to get some perspective on a dire situation.

[edit on 27-5-2010 by Slowdive]

posted on Sep, 17 2010 @ 09:01 AM
I just posted something on Uhuru.Currently still live in SA.this is very interesting stuff.

posted on Sep, 17 2010 @ 04:04 PM
reply to post by Gemwolf

I believe that this is white scaremongering. The reason why I disbelieve this OP is that the South African may be disgruntled and there is definately a black criminal underclass that may be prone to demagogues but all these eople need to do is to look at Zimbabwe and see how it all went downhill so rapidly. I simply do not believe much will happen after the death of Mandela as any major racial conflict would have already happened..

posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 06:32 PM
I think this scenario at this time is 100%
on track.
If you would like an annalysis , I will track answers over the nexts few days.

posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 07:15 PM
I disagree with you .The tribal people of SA are extremely loyal to their leaders .Do not for one minute discount tribal leadership. The Xhosa are quickly realizing that they are being sidelined by the Zulus.

posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 06:29 PM
reply to post by DeeDee1

On Siener:
Siener was a prophet. His visions came true.

On the UHURU situation:
Feedback indicates that the white cleanup in other African countries was planned up to 10 years in advance.
There is credible reports of military training of ex-APLA and MK soldiers being trained in Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Some of the reasons is for stabilizing the country if anarchy breaks out and the Government loses control over the Police and Army. During the strike not so long ago many of the Police Union Popcru members joined the strikers. Some of the reasons is that they are not happy with the pace of "transformation. Transformation in the South African context means that companies must reflect the "demographics of the country" - ie *all* businesses must be 70-80% black employees regardless of skills or qualifications. This was also the reason for firing Mbeki as it was thought that Zuma will speed up the pace of "transformation". So far it seems that Zuma and family, with the Shaik and Gupta families is more interested in transforming government contracts into their own pockets.

So what you have is a population who feels that
a) The whites owns too much
b) On more occasion their leaders short-changed them
c) Led by COSATU and other trade unions, incited by Julius Malema and others, that they have to take matters in their own hands to "take back" that which they never owned. The entitlement syndrome. The only thing between them and untold riches, cars and houses - being the "terrible racist whites" that are "stealing" it from them - or who are in some way responsible for them not having all the good stuff.

Given this background, add in a funeral of arguably the greatest icon in African history, add a week of leave taken because of a feeling of entitlement, mix liberally with lots of drinking and singing of struggle songs about how they are supposed to kill the white man in order to gain Uhuru (Freedom) - and this will make for a very unstable situation indeed. Take into account the history of Africa in situations like this - and you don't need to be a prophet to predict a disaster.

Do a search on Facebook on some of the discussions and you will see pure unadulterated hate being spewed from radical blacks who believe that whites have no place in Africa. In some cases the threats to kill all whites - even with words like "one bullet one infant" is there open for all to see. Add a few of these people into the crowd in this highly unstable situation and think what the likely outcomes are.

During the strikes it is clear that the "herd" mentality is forced on all. Someone who does not partake in the strike is very likely to be thrown off a train, bludgeoned to death, shot, set alight etc.

Why then the training of soldiers across the borders? Maybe because Zuma and the Gupta's will not want to see the country go up in flames, but because they can not rely on the loyalty of the armed forces anymore - especially in a situation like this, they will have to bring in armed forces that are absolutely under their control in order to bring the situation back to "normal".

A wise man once said: The IQ of a mob = (IQ of the person with lowest intelligence in the mob) / (number of people in the mob)
Or in this case most likely (IQ of Julius Malema) / (2 million)

posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 06:50 PM
reply to post by btkrsa

What I tried to say in my previous post is simply:
UHURU is a very real possibility. It will most probably serve as a pretext for the UK / USA to "assist" in stabilizing the situation - meaning - ensure that they continue to have continued control and benefit from the natural resources in South Africa.

For the whites in South Africa - the question is: What to do?

The funeral will go ahead. From Siener's prophecy, Mandela will be in a glass coffin for seven days. This seems to be confirmed from the plans from the ANC. We most likely will see dignitaries from all over the world coming to the funeral - so during this period it is unlikely that something will happen. It is when the service is over that reality will kick in. The reality will be:
- Due to people being off from work for around 6-7 days as expected, some services might be down or going down. Like electricity black-outs, fuel shortages etc. This can aggravate the situation even further. So don't be caught without fuel during this period. Move away from densely populated areas. They can not pick a fight with you, vent their anger, frustration, grief etc if you are not there to be available for a fight or to be a handy victim. In fact, the UHURU might not even be really planned. It could all "just happen" due to the emotions, the sudden reality that shops are empty, no fuel etc due to the 6-7 no work in preparation for the funeral. In Africa people are known to start looting in situations like this. And typically - if one starts looting, it can go out of control very quickly. Given the chance that there will be millions attending the funeral / service, the Army and Police combined will not be able to control the situation.

In this potential situation it will not be very responsible if you are a parent to have your children in an area where a mob may run wild incited by songs telling them to kill you and your children. Stay away from the densely populated areas at that point in time. Look at the Amy Biehl case. She showed solidarity with the mob and ended up being killed for her trouble.

posted on Apr, 4 2011 @ 04:11 AM

Originally posted by Nygdan
Considering that the boers and englishers in South Africa enslaved and then later made apart the blacks and bushmen of the country, I can't say I feel sympathy for them suffering from this paranoia. That is what I think that this is, paranoia. The idea that everything lies in wait for mandella to die certainly has a mythic ring to it. I very much doubt that a conspiracy would wait for something like that as the 'trigger', especially something like this, it'd be far too massive, there's too many people invovled to forumlate the plan and prepare across the country, and then just sit and wait. Perhaps if part of the plan was to assasinate mandela, and use it as a false flag operation to act against the afrikaners, then that'd be more likely.

I notice Chris Botha is involved, is he related to or a heir of the Bothas?

A Xhosa word that roughly translates into “Night of the Long Knives

Odd that it is also the name of an event from hitler's nazi germany.
Perhaps the boers are calling it that, taking something from their own (admitedly distant) history.

"The day Mandela dies, we will kill you whites like flies!"

Interesting that this is said. I'd think it makes sense, the Boers don't necesarily respect mandela, so why would they invent this conspiracy theory that waits until mandela, the 'pacifist' (post-imprisonment anyways) dies for the violence to start. But it makes sense as a sentiment amoung the blacks, who would be in effect saying 'we;re going to get back at you, but not disrespect our mandela while he is alive'. However, hyperbole and sentiment are different from an organized conspiracy.
Also, seems rather odd that this 70,000 man army, waiting for just johanesburg, can keep low and only this one guy lets it slip.

You should read more history books. The Afrikaners never enslaved anyone, they themselves ended up becoming the slaves of the British. The Afrikaners had the first Republic(1600's) and guess what? Most Black's in SA where imported from north Africa by the British to work the gold and diamond mines. If anything the Afrikaners behaved marvelously after they regained control of their country(P.S the Bushmen where treated like wild animals by the other blacks that has recently just arrived in SA themselves!). A lessor people would of just wiped them all out.

The thing that gets me about TPTB is throughout history they acted in a very racist and bigoted manner, AND STILL act in a racist manner behind closed doors. Either way I think this might be a false flag in the making to restore segregation in the West.

posted on Apr, 4 2011 @ 06:48 AM
reply to post by Gemwolf

Read through all of it, and it's disturbing. Seems like, whether this specific rumor is true or not, there is a LOT of unrest and hatred in that country. Terrible thing, and I could see other nations pretending to ignore it, or even (God help us) condoning such a slaughter. I mean, today, in this country, we have some of the MSM blaming a pastor who burned a book (a month prior!) for murders and rioting in Afghanistan. Some are quick to excuse hatred and violence, if it meets their needs. Sick world we live in.

The worst part is that so many don't even realize that they are being manipulated, that race is being used as a tool by those really in control. Racial strife, economic strife, etc; all tools. Scary times all over. Would recommend moving, but don't think any place is really safe these days. Better to know the destination after this one. Know where I will be (and more important, where I won't be!), when it all finally hits the fan.

Ever feel like we live in an old Chinese curse? "Interesting times".....

posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:41 AM
reply to post by LadyGreenEyes
Unfortunate all the above mentioned is not just rumors. It is all true and Uhuru already started. They are murdering whites by chopping them up, stabbing them - sometimes up to 100 stab wounds. Babies are burned and killed just because they will be growing up as white people. Unlike neighboring countries who fled their countries when it started - south Africans don't have anywhere to run to. No weapons to defend themselves with since their weapons were taken away after 1994 and through the years.

posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 02:28 AM
nukes, thats all i can think of.

just get rid of this ants nest.

either that or give it all back and wait 2 months when they beg the people to come back and grow some food.

really don't want to get involved in this weird stuff.

the USA shouldn't either.

kill the white guys and expect the white guys to bail you out?

won't be happening, bro!

posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 03:08 PM
Uhuru means freedom in Swahili and it is where the Uhura from startrek gets her name. People think this is motivated by race, people are just tired of being manipulated. Whites(peopole that classify themselves as non euro) and europeans have been extracting precious commodities for a couple of centuries now and they have never returned the favor, at all. It is not a coincidence that it seems to be a trend in africa or for the european rather.

Everyone is going to wake up........And there is a debt that must be paid.

Its sad some people are using this to justify their own self-hatred and hatred to others.
Uhuru = freedom in swahili.
They don't need anyone to bail them out, if they can get everyone's hand out of their cookie jar maybe they would have a chance at establishing an economy. But, I guess that would be too much considering africa is abundant in natural resources unlike europe, which would can figure it out..they did centuries ago

peace and freedom to all in bondage.
edit on 23-9-2011 by AKINOFTHEFIRSSTARS because: addition

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