Kill The Boer, a book that politicians have labelled as racial populism, is being launched tomorrow by minority interest group AfriForum. The book, according to its author and the deputy CEO of AfriForum, Ernst Roets, claims politicians and government have been complicit in the proliferation of farm murders, which the organisation believes are racially motivated.
Excerpts obtained by The Citizen from the book’s original manuscript detail shocking accusations, comparing the EFF to an “ethnic cleanser” and relaying an alleged murder plot by the ANC to “scare” white farmers off “their” land.
One of the pages relays a conversation between an alleged ANC member and AfriForum. “He then said that the leadership of the ANC was fully aware of the farm attacks and were also involved.”
The informant goes on to explain that he received orders from the ANC’s “top six” to murder a specific farmer. “They did so because they wanted to send a message to white farmers and to scare them off their land.”
Renowned crime expert Johan Burger said that, while he did not endorse the book, he agreed that his research could be used in the book, because he agreed with the sentiment that farm murders were a serious criminal issue. He conceded, however, that certain elements of the book were “less than agreeable” to him.
The controversial book by AfriForum deputy CEO Ernst Roets, which will be published tomorrow, 28 June 2018. It seems that there is a lot of interest shown in this book and may not be on the shelves for very long.
The controversial book by AfriForum deputy CEO Ernst Roets, which will be published tomorrow, 28 June 2018.
– Extracts from Google Search Reviews 2018