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    I didn't watch it all. Dont have time.
    I know many many SA 5th generation farmers (white). The speak afrikaans and English.
    Every single one I have met came to the place where I met them because of tge ending of apartheid.
    Many in their families didn't make it out of their farms before they were raped and murdered by riotous blacks in SA.

    Dennis, worked to jobs in the states and was a hell of a nice guy. He stockpiled weapons and ammunition with every extra dime he had.

    One day Dennis said goodbye to the crew.
    "I am headed back home and I am gonna kill every one of those motherfuckers and take my land back".

    Dennis was alright. I hope he killed those mofos.

    The wars still go on to this day, yes. It is not genocide it is a war between races and the blacks nor the whites are winning.

    The stories told by the media do not touch what really goes on. Not even close. They dont tell you about the slaughter of people after the great messiah mandella and they dont tell you the slaughter caused by the ending of apartheid.

    Next time you meet someone white speaking africaans or just a white south african in general, talk to them a bit. There is a good chance they are a refugee.

    History as it is written is utter bullshit.
    Americans are taught of the evil white man enslaving the black man in the early days of the US but they speak nothing of shaka of the Zulu's commiting mass genocide and killing anyone not worth selling.

    I hope this video is related to this comment as I only watch one minute of it.

    I must add...
    All the white SA people I met hated mandella.
    They saw him as a race baiter, liar, and a ruse.
    Most blamed the murder of their family on the stirring up of riotous blacks by mandella.

    Also, the countryside is not like in cities.
    Anything goes out there. Many white farms with black employees were all killed and burned because there is no fucking law out there.
    It is hard for most modern people to grasp.

    This is not genocide though. I hate how that term is slung around.
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    Watched a little more of it. Ya it is exactly what I said.

    Crazy stuff.

    SA has a bloody history.
    Wish they taught it in schools here but they only tell kiddos how evil the U.S. is because they are a bunch of degenrates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    I didn't watch it all. Dont have time.
    I know many many SA 5th generation farmers (white). The speak afrikaans and English.
    Every single one I have met came to the place where I met them because of tge ending of apartheid.
    Many in their families didn't make it out of their farms before they were raped and murdered by riotous blacks in SA.

    Dennis, worked to jobs in the states and was a hell of a nice guy. He stockpiled weapons and ammunition with every extra dime he had.

    One day Dennis said goodbye to the crew.
    "I am headed back home and I am gonna kill every one of those motherfuckers and take my land back".

    Dennis was alright. I hope he killed those mofos.

    The wars still go on to this day, yes. It is not genocide it is a war between races and the blacks nor the whites are winning.

    The stories told by the media do not touch what really goes on. Not even close. They dont tell you about the slaughter of people after the great messiah mandella and they dont tell you the slaughter caused by the ending of apartheid.

    Next time you meet someone white speaking africaans or just a white south african in general, talk to them a bit. There is a good chance they are a refugee.

    History as it is written is utter bullshit.
    Americans are taught of the evil white man enslaving the black man in the early days of the US but they speak nothing of shaka of the Zulu's commiting mass genocide and killing anyone not worth selling.

    I hope this video is related to this comment as I only watch one minute of it.

    I must add...
    All the white SA people I met hated mandella.
    They saw him as a race baiter, liar, and a ruse.
    Most blamed the murder of their family on the stirring up of riotous blacks by mandella.

    Also, the countryside is not like in cities.
    Anything goes out there. Many white farms with black employees were all killed and burned because there is no fucking law out there.
    It is hard for most modern people to grasp.

    This is not genocide though. I hate how that term is slung around.
    Didn't read much of your post but this documentary is worth watching.

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    With pretty good timing, this speech occurs...

    https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5...=NEWSSTAND0001

    Former President Barack Obama offered a sobering and alarming view of the state of the world in what appeared to be a rebuke of President Donald Trump, warning that nationalist and populist sentiments are making their way into the mainstream.

    “Look around. Strongman politics are ascendant suddenly, whereby elections and some pretense of democracy are maintained but those in power seek to undermine every institution or norm that gives democracy meaning,” Obama said Tuesday during a speech in South Africa honoring Nelson Mandela.

    He lamented the rise of populist movements that are being funded “by right-wing billionaires intent on reducing governmental constraints on their business interests.”

    These movements, Obama said, have struck a chord among “people living outside the urban core who feel like security is slipping away, their social status and privileges eroding, their cultural identities threatened by outsiders.”

    Many Western countries are experiencing the rise of far-right parties, he said, adding that these parties “oftentimes are based not just on platforms of protectionism and of closed borders but also barely hidden racial nationalism.” Some key indicators of this are the attacks on the free press and the use of social media to promote “hatred, paranoia and propaganda.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    I didn't watch it all. Dont have time.
    I know many many SA 5th generation farmers (white). The speak afrikaans and English.
    Every single one I have met came to the place where I met them because of tge ending of apartheid.
    Many in their families didn't make it out of their farms before they were raped and murdered by riotous blacks in SA.

    Dennis, worked to jobs in the states and was a hell of a nice guy. He stockpiled weapons and ammunition with every extra dime he had.

    One day Dennis said goodbye to the crew.
    "I am headed back home and I am gonna kill every one of those motherfuckers and take my land back".

    Dennis was alright. I hope he killed those mofos.

    The wars still go on to this day, yes. It is not genocide it is a war between races and the blacks nor the whites are winning.

    The stories told by the media do not touch what really goes on. Not even close. They dont tell you about the slaughter of people after the great messiah mandella and they dont tell you the slaughter caused by the ending of apartheid.

    Next time you meet someone white speaking africaans or just a white south african in general, talk to them a bit. There is a good chance they are a refugee.

    History as it is written is utter bullshit.
    Americans are taught of the evil white man enslaving the black man in the early days of the US but they speak nothing of shaka of the Zulu's commiting mass genocide and killing anyone not worth selling.

    I hope this video is related to this comment as I only watch one minute of it.

    I must add...
    All the white SA people I met hated mandella.
    They saw him as a race baiter, liar, and a ruse.
    Most blamed the murder of their family on the stirring up of riotous blacks by mandella.

    Also, the countryside is not like in cities.
    Anything goes out there. Many white farms with black employees were all killed and burned because there is no fucking law out there.
    It is hard for most modern people to grasp.

    This is not genocide though. I hate how that term is slung around.
    You can go back to the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950ís and 60ís in Kenya.
    Every time the government is overthrown in any African country they have killed and taken land.
    There is a group there now calling for the killing of all whites.
    Iíve been to Africa a few times. It really is a different world. The crime and violence in the cityís is like Chicago times 10. Some cities are safer than others but everyoneís home is surrounded by a fence and Razor concertina wire at the top.

    Outside the cities is a vastness that you canít grasp unless youíve been there. Most farms ranches hunting areas have airfields to fly into. If you get into trouble it can be days or weeks before help can get there. It truly is the most amazing place Iíve ever been.

    Let me put it into perspective. This is how big Africa is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capebuffalo View Post
    You can go back to the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950’s and 60’s in Kenya.
    Every time the government is overthrown in any African country they have killed and taken land.
    There is a group there now calling for the killing of all whites.
    I’ve been to Africa a few times. It really is a different world. The crime and violence in the city’s is like Chicago times 10. Some cities are safer than others but everyone’s home is surrounded by a fence and Razor concertina wire at the top.

    Outside the cities is a vastness that you can’t grasp unless you’ve been there. Most farms ranches hunting areas have airfields to fly into. If you get into trouble it can be days or weeks before help can get there. It truly is the most amazing place I’ve ever been.
    Those people on those farms are truly independent.
    The refugees I worked with were all hard working and independent. There are a lot of mass graves over there of both colors no one know about.

    I have never seen SA but would like to

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    Those people on those farms are truly independent.
    The refugees I worked with were all hard working and independent. There are a lot of mass graves over there of both colors no one know about.

    I have never seen SA but would like to
    SA is good but Namibia and Mozambique are awesome. I want to hunt Botswana and visit Kenya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capebuffalo View Post
    You can go back to the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950’s and 60’s in Kenya.
    Every time the government is overthrown in any African country they have killed and taken land.
    There is a group there now calling for the killing of all whites.
    I’ve been to Africa a few times. It really is a different world. The crime and violence in the city’s is like Chicago times 10. Some cities are safer than others but everyone’s home is surrounded by a fence and Razor concertina wire at the top.

    Outside the cities is a vastness that you can’t grasp unless you’ve been there. Most farms ranches hunting areas have airfields to fly into. If you get into trouble it can be days or weeks before help can get there. It truly is the most amazing place I’ve ever been.

    Let me put it into perspective. This is how big Africa is.

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    South Africa is a little different as far as I know, they have a special touch to how they handle things. They never overthrew a government, they simply pardoned Mandela who went on to become President. What they have now with their current laws has a unique touch to it, listen at 44 minutes into the documentary... "It is not the intention of the ANC to go and grab the land illegally, no, we will do it in the prescription of the laws of this country... and if it means that the laws of this country are not adequate, the first thing to do is to introduce new laws" LOL great logic there, don't do anything illegal boss!

    There's a good documentary by a Chinese who wanted to make people aware of another thing. A lot of Chinese investors poured money into Africa and tried to make something out of the place, but the people wouldn't even show up to work et.c.


    I understand it must be a beautiful place, amazing for hunting, but not a place to visit. Seems overwhelmed with dysfunction and misery.

    This reminds a lot of Stalin/Mao/Pol Pot et.c. They regress to that state of being and then all these bitter and evil individuals get a chance to prey on the helpless. All of a sudden, the problem is not what you can't do, but what others can...

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    Watched the majority of the video. Quite interesting.

    Thanks for posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Watched the majority of the video. Quite interesting.

    Thanks for posting.
    It does bring some truth forth which main stream media doesn't. The creators are on a far end of a political spectrum... Not the ideal source of info as they will turn it to their benefit but lots of undeniable stuff in there. I liked this documentary except for the gore stuff. There's also another good one about Africa, about Liberia specifically, by Vice News I believe. Don't walk on swamps in Liberia, you'll die soon after from the diseases lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinmuscles View Post
    Don't walk on swamps in Liberia, you'll die soon after from the diseases lol.

    I'll be cancelling my vacation then.
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