RPN America, June 14, 2013
The Montreal contingent showed up early and first. A leader came from far-off Halifax. All in all, close to three dozen protesters massed in front of the South African Consulate on Sheppard St. in North Toronto today to call attention to the deliberate genocide of Whites–especially White farmers in South Africa–under the neo-communist regime of the African National Congress. The protest’s banners sent a clear message: “Stop the White Genocide in South Africa.”
The organizing group, the Renaissance Party of North America outlined the purpose of the protest: “Since the African National Congress came to power in 1994, there have been 70,000 murders of White South Africans.” That figure exceeds the American dead in the Vietnam War or all the Canadians killed in WW I.
Among those specially targeted for murder are White farmers, called “boers” in Afrikaans, the offshoot of Dutch spoken by the Dutch/Huguenot settlers of South Africa, who were later joined by British and German settlers. “Boers” is also applied as a term for the Afrikaaners as a people. “The song ‘Kill the Boers’ is the marching song of the terrorist African National Congress,” the “Stop the White Genocide in South Africa” press release continued. Since 1994, over 4,000 White farmers have been killed in a form of low intensity warfare and ethnic cleansing by black militants.
Rense (June 6, 2002) reports: “Add to this another 6,000 attacks and the white Boer Afrikaner farmer is easily the highest at-risk murder group on Earth. The ANC has responded to this crisis by blaming Whites and putting a ban on crime statistics because they scare off foreign investment.
A press release from The Renaissance Party of North America charged: “If the racial roles of such slaughter were reversed, there would be an international outcry. Western governments and their obedient media have been complicit in this genocide.”
“Where is the media?” demanded Paul Fromm, International Director of the Council of Conservative Citizens and the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee, both of which had endorsed the protest. Organizers had e-mailed most Toronto media. “They are not interested in the organized murder of Whites. Yet, they give us almost hourly updates on the medical condition of St. Nelson Mandela,” Mr. Fromm fumed.
During the hour-long protest a large number of leaflets were distributed to passersby. Lively discussions ensued with pedestrians many of whom had never heard of the mass murder of Whites in South Africa. A number of motorists honked their approval. Of course, it wouldn’t be “diverse” Toronto without one sour note. One brave motorists squeaked out “racist!” as he sped away in his car to safety.