This from Eddie & Marlene Smith
South African exile Malcolm Wren: (email: EngelseBoer@hotmail.com) of Didcot, Berkshire - who terms himself the "English Boer" - plans to undertake a "Soul Walk" across southern England from July 27, starting at Avonmouth, to protest against the "Silent Boer Genocide." He plans to place protest ribbons along the entire route bearing the names and dates of the Afrikaner genocide victims. Anyone wishing to join him in this protest - even if it's only for one day or even an hour, would be very welcome. The "Silent Boer Genocide" of this small minority in South Africa has indeed already reached a very advanced stage which, if the government continues to fail protecting it, will lead to an all-out holocaust. The international policing organisation Interpol and Genocide Watch have both noted in 2002 reports that the entire Afrikaner-farming community are being murdered at what has been the world's highest murder rate for the past four years. They are now being targetted for murder at the rate of 313 deaths per 100,000.
During the more than 8,000 officially recorded armed farm attacks since 1994, at least 1,400 dwellers on the country's 40,000 White-owned farms have already been murdered - and also left behind is an increasingly traumatised farming population with thousands of attack survivors having to deal with the aftermath: thousands of permanently crippling injuries and thousands of rape victims (more than 50% of the attackers also rape more than two farm attack victims on average). South Africans are suffering a widespread AIDS epidemic, and thus raped farm-attack victims often suffer the "AIDS-death sentence" through HIV-infection. Mainly due to this terror campaign in the increasingly unsafe South African countryside, there are now less than 40,000 commercial farmers left in South Africa - from the original 80,000 plus in 1994:
thousands of modern, well-maintained, formerly highly productive farms are now lying completely fallow, their infrastructure at risk of being looted and overrun by illegal squatters - thousands of farms and smallholdings now are on sale at considerably lower prices than their actual marketplace value had been in 1994. Malcolm invites anyone who feels moved enough about the plight of South Africa's professional farming community to participate in his peaceful protest walk to join him from 27 July in Avonmouth for the "Soul Walk" to Gravesend, Kent. Retired SA journalist Adriana Stuijt of the Censorbugbears (http://www.censorbugbear.com) plans travelling from the Netherlands to help Malcolm.