Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Following on the heels of Tucker Carlson's report on the plight of Whites in South Africa, Donald Trump seized the moment to tweet on the issues, stating
"I have asked Secretary of State @SecPompeo to closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations and the large scale killing of farmers. "South African Government is now seizing land from white farmers."
There are several takeaways from Trump's comments on South Africa. First of all, it is obvious that Trump is attempting to change the subject from the massive reporting on the Paul Manafort convictions and Michael Cohen's guilty pleas to White plight in South Africa. Secondly, it is equally obvious that the media so hate Whites, and so support communist South Africa and White genocide, that the media pounced on the bait despite their overwhelming desire to finally drive a political nail in Trump's presidential coffin. They just could not let anyone get away clean with telling the truth about White genocide anywhere on planet Earth.
This is the same media which lauds the communist terrorist Nelson Mandela. Their hypocrisy knows no bounds. But what is equally startling is the inability of Whites to seize on the moment to rescue themselves from this existential threat and demand that action be taken in South Africa to end the genocide, rape and displacement of Whites. Living organisms which fail to defend themselves perish, forever.
Instead of the grotesque displays of the typical alt-right versus antifa rally, why not hold candle light vigils for the victims of White genocide in front of the South African embassy and across the nation, across the world? The media took the opportunity to lie about White genocide and portray the perpetrators as if victims of their own crimes. Can we not come to the aid of these White South Aficans? As they go, so go us all.