AFRIKANER/BOERS: TARGETED BY OUT OF CONTROL HATE-SPEECH from GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS; HORRIFIC VIOLENCE; REFUSED GOVERNMENT FOOD-AID, PENSIONS AND PUBLIC HOUSING; BARRED FROM JOB MARKET:…DENIED EDUCATION IN THEIR OWN LANGUAGE…’
Despite frequent pleas to SA president Jacob Zuma – who even visited an Afrikaner/Boer squatter camp twice amidst a blaze of publicity -- the ANC-regime’s own food-aid agencies in many provinces often still persist in denying aid and public housing to most of these Afrikaner/Boer poor. Thus far the Afrikaner/Boers’s private charities rely on private donations to keep the growing number of desperately hungry families fed and housed.
They are also increasingly endangered because of the out-of-control hate-speech by high-level government officials with their illegal calls to ‘Kill the Boer’, and “Shoot the Boers they are all rapists’. High Court bans ANC-genocide chant “Kill the Boer” “Shoot the Boer”
Afrikaner Poverty in Wolmer Pretoria - housing project by Solidarity trade union helping hand charity April 2009For instance, as can be seen on the picture, the Helpende Hand charity of Solidarity Trade Union not only feeds the Afrikaner/Boer poor, but also helps provide backyard shanties to house these families and help with clothing and school supplies so that the children can still go to school. Solidarity trade union, which maintains this charity, also has a job-training and employment agency to try and help these often well-skilled Afrikaners find a job – even though most of these so-called ‘whites’, even with top skills and job experience, are being barred from the entire labour market due to the government’s black-economic-empowerment laws. Their plight is regularly brought to the attention of the international community by several articles, published by Reuters’ news agency.
The private charities have been issuing warnings that the great many Afrikaner squatter communities now are in an increasingly desperate situation, with the squatter camps’ residents physical strength reportedly waning due to the chronic under-feeding they have to endure. Many squatter-camp residents also endure frequent hate-attacks from armed black youth gangs – despite the fact that these ‘whites’ have nothing left to steal.
Basically, these camps regularly run out of food supplies and urgently need donations – preferably canned foods. ‘aching poverty includes all races now: http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2009/10/aching-poverty-includes-all-races-and.html
By 2010 there are 90+ Afrikaner squatter camps in greater Pretoria alone:
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Many of the destitute, homeless Afrikaner/Boer families in greater Pretoria’s more than 90 squatter camps for whites, now go without daily meals.
Helping Hand warns that especially the ‘white” squatter camps in greater Pretoria have increased from 38 camps in May 2008 to 80+ sites by March 2010. “Many thousands of Afrikaner/Boer children no longer have the money to obtain higher education after matriculation, and those who graduate from matric also are not allowed to access the South African labour market because of the ANC-government’s blacks-only hiring laws. Many tens of thousands of Afrikaner families now are completely reliant on the feeding schemes provided by charities like ours, for their daily food needs.’http://www.helpendehand.co.za/nuusbriewe/hh32.htm English: http://www.helpinghandfund.co.za/?page_id=53
DONATIONS TO HELPING HAND:
* Absa, Centurion, South Africa, Account Nr. 407 225 0017
* Branch: Centurion, branch-code: 632005
* Helpende Hand is a registered charity under Article 18A. Companies and individuals who make financial donations, can request an Article 18-A certificate for tax-reduction purposes. Inquiries for 18A tax-certificates: firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.helpendehand.co.za/?page_id=55
OFFLOAD CANNED-FOOD DONATIONS TO HELPING HAND headquarters at:
* Helpende Hand Headquarters,
* D F Malan Drive, Kloofsig, Centurion:
* first call the office at Pretoria telephone 012-644-4390 to arrange the shipment processing: