Afrikaners are rapidly changing from the ex-employers of millions of blacks and home-owners to desperately hungry internal refugees who cannot find safe refuge in their own country…Posted By Blogger to Censorbugbear reports... on 11/22/2010 11:52:00 AM----------------Pretoria, South Africa, 18 November 2010 - The ‘housing crisis’ for poor South Africans is taking a startling new turn. The ANC-regime is planning the forced-removals of poor Afrikaners to black townships, starting with Krugersdorp’s Coronation Park squatters. However the black residents in the townships are up in arms about these plans: often violently opposed to having poor ‘Boers’ in their midst. A recent article in the Sowetan about the forced move received some 280 comments - many of a very racist nature...Moreover, the Afrikaners – greatly fearing for their safety -- also don’t want to be moved there and plan a protest march through Pretoria’s Main street on December 11, 2010.There’s a massive backlog in the building of public houses for poor blacks – also because there are an annual million poor black people streaming across the wide-open borders from the rest of the continent who put heavy stresses on the country’s rapidly-dwindling resources.800,000 of 3m Afrikaners have become internal refugees by 2010:The ANC Government’s anti-white hiring- and land-ownership laws, the so-called black-economic-empowerment laws, cause severe homelessness, hunger and poverty among Afrikaners which is even worse than it is foor poor blacks: the ANC-regime provides government benefits to some 16-million poor blacks and feeds 12-million poor children in the schools – benefits which they deny to the Afrikaners. 800,000 of the 3-million Afrikaners now live in abject poverty because of the ANC-regime’s official laws barring them from most public life: including jobs. They are even denied public health care and the government’s food-stamps...These increasingly desperate and malnourished internal refugees huddle together in some 640 squatter camps countrywide – often living at former missionary stations, in discarded government buildings – and many also created small enclaves at public municipal parks or discarded campsites of the Afrikaanse Taal and Kultuurvereniging.These dirt-poor Afriakner people thus are steadily growing more and more destitute and underfed as they are denied government benefits such as food-aid, unemployment- or disability pensions. There are just a few private welfare organisations which dare to help them such as Solidarity trade union ‘s Helping Hand charity, which tries desperately to keep feeding and housing them all…‘War over resources…’“The ANC finds itself in a predicament,” (writes J Mare on the Afrikaner Journal) : “It will now have to cater for the needs of poor South Africans from both the black and ‘white’ communities. How will they solve the problem when they cannot even provide housing for the electorate who have voted them into power? It seems as if the situation is inevitable going to lead to a war over resources”..Indeed: Resources which most blacks believe they have exclusive rights to. Many also feel that the government’s mandate does not include the upliftment or even the nourishment of poor Afrikaners, warns Mare.The ANC-regime now is planning to uproot some of the Afrikaner squatter camps by force and dump them in nearby black townships. But Afrikaners greatly fear being dumped in these squatter camps – where the animosity towards can very quickly turn into deadly violence.‘We need the freedom to live in peace amongst people of our own culture…’Afrikaners are greatly endangered and vulnerable and the ANC-regime must start facing the facts and realise that they can only be safe when they have a place of their own. Writes Mare: “We need the freedom to live in peace amongst people of our own culture. Why is this too much to ask?”-----------------------------------------article in Sowetan:* Poor Afrikaners of Krugersdorp not welcome by black residents in Mogale government housing projectBlacks don’t want the Afrikaner squatters to be forcibly removed from the municipal park in Krugersdorp – Coronation Park – to the new Mogale government housing project, writes Bafana Mahlangu in The Sowetan on November 17 2010. 284 comments“THE war between the poor white squatters of Coronation Park and the Kagiso People’s Civic Organisation is on,” he writes. “Residents are up in arms over the proposed allocation of houses in the Chief Mogale Housing Project in Kagiso to ‘whites’. They say it is unjustified for the municipality to give priority to poor whites by allocating RDP houses to them ahead of the poor blacks from the township.Coronation Park dwellers have since rejected temporary housing in Munsieville. Resident Irene van Niekerk said: “Give us a piece of land and we will move. Black people are going to kill our people (in Kagiso). They say they are going to kill us if we move into the (RDP) houses.” Van Niekerk said if they moved to Kagiso, they would be far from schools and hospitals.Njomane said: “A legitimate expectation was created when the people of Kagiso registered in 1996. The whites have never registered for RDP houses at all. What about grannies who have registered and have been overlooked? This is an unfair decision taken at the expense of legitimate beneficiaries.”The civic organisation said it needed clarity as to why a 24-year-old and those who registered after 2000 were allocated a houses. It claimed the department of housing had no clue about Housing Demand Database “Ziveze”, which contains a list of those who registered in 1996-97. It said they wanted fairness to prevail in the allocation and priority given to the elderly, orphans, disabled and military veterans. It accused the municipality of failing to address the matter since 1999.