Australia Retracts Offer to Allow White Farmers from South Africa to Immigrate

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Australia rescinded a proposal to allow the immigration of white farmers from South Africa who are in danger as their land now is being expropriated by the government and violence against them escalates.  South African leaders claim that the white minority are not being persecuted, but reporter, Lauren Southern, visited South Africa recently and documented the brutal violence against whites. -GEG
Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, who is known for being tough on asylum-seekers from Asia and the Middle East, triggered outrage last month when he said that white farmers from South Africa (SA) deserved special attention for acceptance in his country on refugee or humanitarian grounds after the government of South Africa announced its intention to expropriate their land.  South African leaders claim that no one, including white farmers, is being being persecuted.
In truth, white farmers are targeted for torture and murder, but the government has stopped collecting data on these crimes.  Lauren Southern recently visited South Africa, and documented that whites are being tortured and killed at a very high rate.  Watch an account from Eileen De Jager who cleans up after murders at crime scenes (Warning: graphic video).

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The Pretoria government hailed Monday what it said was a decision by Australia to go back on plans to offer fast-track humanitarian visas to “persecuted” white farmers in South Africa.

Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton triggered outrage last month when he said the farmers deserved special attention for acceptance in his country on refugee or humanitarian grounds.

Dutton, who has drawn international criticism for heading a tough crackdown on asylum-seekers from Asia and the Middle East, said the plan would enable the farmers to flee their “horrific circumstances” for a “civilised country”.

His offer was in response to a pledge by the South African government to enact land expropriations without compensation to redress land confiscations of the colonial and apartheid era.

Pretoria subsequently summoned Australia’s envoy to South Africa.

“We have received a letter from the (Australian ministry of) foreign affairs that indicated that what was said by the minister of home affairs is not the position of the government of Australia,” foreign ministry spokesman Ndivhuwo Mabaya told AFP on Monday.

“We also had a meeting with the high commissioner [ambassador] who conveyed a message from the prime minister, who said the same thing, to indicate that this is not the view of their government.”

South African Foreign Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop had made a “retraction” of Dutton’s comments, and she welcomed it.

“We must emphasise, as we have stated before, that no one is being persecuted in South Africa, including white farmers. We call upon all non-governmental organisations to desist from spreading untruths and misleading information,” she said in a statement.

“South Africa is a law-abiding country and, through a constitutional process, it will arrive at solutions on land redistribution that will take the country forward without violating anyone’s rights.”

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These murders are satanic. Talk to the Christian missionaries and they’ll tell you about it. These seem more like “ritual sacrifices” than mere murders. If so, this is nothing new, and it won’t go away any time soon. This is a perfect example of what a society degenerates into when CHRISTIAN VALUES are absent. Christian values are based on GOD’S LAW (= the Ten Commandments). God’s Law forms the basis of SELF-GOVERNMENT for individuals and groups. Self-government is a way of thinking and a lifestyle that CHILDREN learn FROM THEIR PARENTS as they grow-up. PUBLIC SCHOOLS do not teach MORALS.… Read more »

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Too many ‘people’ let Satan role their life. When good is called bad and wrong is called right and injustice is called just ten the end is near.