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Friday, 1 November 2013

Whites of S.Africa prepare for evacuation as genocide looms

More than 800 000 white South Africans are getting ready for their evacuation plan over possible genocide in case Nelson Mandela passes away.

These fears base on policy of apartheid, system of racial segregation from 1948 till 1994, under which the rights of the majority black inhabitants of South Africa were curtailed and white Afrikaner minority rule was maintained. The government segregated education, medical care, beaches, and other public services, and provided black people with services inferior to those of white people.

As Mandela is on the brink of death, Afrikaners prapare for the worst case scenario. Last year, South African President Jacob Zuma antagonized Afrikaners when he sang a song referencing revenge against whites in a public sing-along. 

“You are a Boer (white man), we are going to hit them….” Zuma sang.
Genocide Watch, an organization that analyzes conditions around the world that could result in mass murder, puts Afrikaners’ risk of slaughter at level six or “preparation” stages, one level away from killings.

“The death of Nelson Mandela is a risk scenario,” head of emergency planning Coenie Maree told RT. “He is a political icon and his passing could see violence flaring up again.”

The leader said in an interview that they have been working on an evacution plan for eight years. Maree and his team found more than a hundred safe areas across the country for white people. When the alert is given, people across the country will be notified by SMS, and they will go to a pre-arranged meeting point from where they will travel by convoy to the safe areas.

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