Interpretation of the attached SOWETAN Newspaper Article:
About 372 White Squatters, living in Coronation Park, KRUGERSDORP have refused to move into RDP houses because they fear victimization. the Mogale City council claims that that these houses offer better living conditions. These dwellings will have electricity and access via tarred roads.
THIS marginalized community fears victimization in the BLACK TOWNSHIP of Munsieville, where these houses are situated.
They have therefore refused the offer.
The council has now, it seems, embarked on harassment TACTICS, by cutting the electricity supply to the area creating UNBEARABLE living conditions.
It seems as thought the City Council is intent on DESTROYING this community. There are also questions regarding the councils motive. This “generous” offer will in reality EVICT them from a PRIME RECREATIONAL SPOT.
Could it be that there’s a case for the validity of the statement that, the council view these people and their living conditions as an EYESORE?
Could it be that the council is EMBARRASED by the detrimental effect GOVERNMENT POLICIES have on AFRIKANER communities?
Or is is pure and unadulterated RACISM and GREED?
If this does not amount to FORCED REMOVAL, qualifying them to be classified as INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE, then what does it amount to …..and how should the WORLD interpret this action?
FoodBank South Africa charity warned Sunday that some 20 percent of the country’s entire population goes hungry on a daily basis. They claim there’s ‘enough food in the country’ but that not everybody can afford it.
The ANC-regime now hands out support-grants and food-aid to some 6-million disadvantaged black South African families at the moment. FoodBank South Africa has recently also been setting up large-scale feeding centres.
Are they also going to feed impoverished whites?
There also are some 800,000 impoverished whites who are even worse off than those black recipients however: living in dismal conditions in some 460 squatter camps countrywide, whites are denied the majority of government benefits including government food-stamps because they belong to the ‘previously advantaged race group’ as defined under the regime’s black-economic-empowerment laws.Saturday was World Food Day and several countries around the globe joined the cause to alleviate world hunger. FoodBank South Africa said while marking this occasion, that according to a further unspecified survey, ‘nearly 14.5-million South Africans are vulnerable to food insecurity” – which is their official-speak for these people being too poor to afford food which is offered for sale in the shops.
- However, said FoodBank’s Chris Bruwer, ‘the average citizen is not aware of these facts: the reality is that South Africa has enough food to feed everybody but not everybody has access to the food. That then results in 14.5 million people being vulnerable,” he said. http://www.foodbank.org.za/contact-national-office
“Is s FoodBank South Africa also helping to feed the 800,000 impoverished and homeless Afrikaners who live in some 460 little camps countrywide and are mostly being kept alive through the efforts of Solidarity trade union’s Helpende Hand Organisation?
I’m just checking your official policy - before I decide to send you a donation. Helpende Hand recently sent an urgent letter to Pres Jacob Zuma detailing the problems they encounter with regards to government-officials refusing help to these impoverished and homeless people – who have become this poor only because of the government’s BEE-laws.
- Their entire report can be accessed, with pictures, from:http://www.helpinghandfund.co.za/ Best regards firstname.lastname@example.org
Background on FoodBank South Africa:
Board of Members
- Elinor de la Forge
- Carol Dixon
- Alan Gilbertson
- Mark Gläser
- Tom Gläser
- Lions Club
- William Mzimba (chairman)
- Peter Pretorius
- Rotary Club represented by Hennie de Bruin
- Minister of Social Development Edna Molewa
- Roddy Sparks
Board of Directors“The Directors are accountable for the strategy, direction and operational success of FoodBank South Africa. Except for the Managing and Executive Directors, all Directors contribute their time on a voluntary (but not necessarily unpaid?) basis:”