5437 Farm attacks and 2067 farm murders in South Africa, 1990- May 2020

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5437 Farm attacks and 2067 farm murders in South Africa, 1990- May 2020
5437 Farm attacks and 2067 farm murders in South Africa, 1990- May 2020

These statistics released by TLU SA pertain to those farmers that are members of their organisation and only represents incidents reported to TLU SA and not all farmers in the country. It also excludes the farm workers that have been killed. So whilst the numbers are high they don’t actually give the whole story. At the ‘White Cross monument’ there are well over 3600 crosses and this is also not completely accurate. The point is that the South African president Cyril Ramaphosa says that there are no farm attacks in South Africa. He made this statement to a world audience in New York in September 2018. The police refuse to acknowledge the crisis and do little about it.

In this analysis however, that was compiled by TLU SA, we see a very different story. It is also estimated that only between 7 and 11 percent of farmers belong to any form of organisation or union in the country which makes the gathering of data so much more difficult.

These farm attacks and the onslaught against the white minority in the country is overlooked by the mainstream media as it does not suit their liberal narrative.

Even during the ‘lockdown’ these attacks continued and the police spent there time perusing cigarettes and arresting innocent people for apparent lockdown regulation offences.

With 5437 Farm attacks and 2067 farm murders in South Africa from 1990 up to May 2020 one wonders what the world and it’s left liberal media agenda actually is?

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Read the original article in Afrikaans on TLU SA

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TAU - tlu.co.za - Register of Incidents 1990 - 2005
TAU – tlu.co.za – Register of Incidents 1990 – 2005

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