Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Dutch Parliament Hears Afrikaner Plight

As I'm typing this post, the Dutch Parliament is discussing the plight of the Afrikaners in South Africa.


Dec 5 2012 - For the first time since the Anglo/Boer war of 1892-1902, the plight of the Afrikaner people under the current regime will be discussed in Dutch parliament.

On December 5, the Lower House of the Dutch parliament's permanent foreign affairs commission will be examining the problems faced by this small ethnic-minority in South Africa.

The hearing was arranged on the initiative of Dutch MP Raymond de Roon of the PVV .

Invited to address the commission hearing:
- Professor Koos Malan of the Law Faculty at the University of Pretoria.
- Kallie Kriel, chairman of the civil rights movement Afriforum
Several days earlier Mr Kriel also delivered a detailed report about the suppression of minority-rights in South Africa to the United Nationsl human rights council regarding minorities. The full document can be viewed here:

A video of  Dr Gregory Stanton of Genocide Watch for those who still believe we are making this up:

1 comment:

  1. Its kind of hard to "get over" being white when you are constantly being robbed, raped, and murdered for it.