What is the legacy?
In South Africa there is a movement that is reviving the Apartheid-era anti-Apartheid song ‘Kill the Boer’. Within the past several weeks the African National Congress adopted a campaign plank to seize white-owned farms without compensation. Presumably also expel the white farmers from those farms. …
Continuing, Naomi Klein - a hero on this forum - has written that she admires a T-shirt she saw in South Africa, text = “Stop Asking / Start Taking”.
How far do these sentiments go? No one knows. But maybe to the extent of genocide of South Africa’s white population, either the killing, expulsion or third-class citizenship subjugation of them. Not anything Nelson Mandela in his last years wanted.
- Many white farmers are already leaving and going to places like Australia.
And America? I’ve discussed King vs. today’s America elsewhere. Question for the others on this forum: Should such threads from South Africa be woven into America’s fabric? Is it true that there won’t be racial justice in America until American blacks take, and American whites accept the taking from them? And at what point is justice satisfied, or does the taking go on indefinitely, without end?