Farm Murders

Swedish march against Boer Genocide: SA embassy April 17
April 13, 2010, 12:12 am
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By Adriana Stuijt of Censor Bugbear

Swedish group launches Stop Boer Genocide campaign – Stockholm April 17

On Saturday 17 April 2010, the Swedish Resistance Movement (Svenska Motståndsrörelsen) marches to the South African embassy in Stockholm. They write that they ‘hold the ANC responsible not only for the murder of Eugéne Terre’Blanche, leader of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), but also for the ongoing genocide of (Afrikaner/Boer)whites in South Africa. And a facebook page demands that the SAPS appoint top detectives Piet Byleveld and Gerard Labuschagne to head the investigation into Terre’Blanche’s murder.

They write: “Eugéne Terre’Blanche dedicated his life to the struggle for his people and a sovereign state for the Boer people. Tragically his life ended, just like thousands of other white farmers, brutally murdered by blacks. Several thousands and yet more, are those who mourn the loss.

“We shall never forget his sacrifice! Therefore we march – under the slogan “Stop the Boer genocide!” – in honour and remembrance for the leader of the AWB.

Boer genocide

“But we also march to tell the world about the situation for our kindred people in South Africa. We will tell of a government who in silence supports murder, rape and plunder of whites.

“Hereby we call upon our brothers and sisters around the globe to take a stand, no longer can we sit and do nothing as the white population of South Africa is being murdered.

“The Swedish Resistance Movement will march to the South African embassy in Stockholm on Saturday 17th of April, to show the Boer nationthat they are not alone, that we are with them in their struggle for survival. Swedish Resistance Movement

Source:Censor Bugbear


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