AFP AUDIO INTERVIEW
Jenifer Dixon sat down with Monica Stone, the founder of the South Africa Project, an educational website whose purpose is to enlighten the West about the plight of her people, the White Tribe of Africa.
Ms. Stone takes us across the political landscape of South Africa, and includes the plight of the farmer in Zimbabwe, as well as some observations on an interview with Barack Obama’s African brother, to the touching story of a real life heroine. The history of the Afrikaner people since their arrival there in 1652 is also discussed, in this informative interview (47:18).
The dramatic story of South Africa’s far right Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB: Afrikaner Resistance Movement) and its charismatic leader Eugene Terre’Blanche. The AWB was responsible for the most serious campaign of bombing and violence in South Africa’s history as Apartheid came to an end in 1994, and no understanding of that country’s history is complete without this largely eyewitness account.
Jenifer Dixon is the author of The Holy Land Unveiled, has a B.A. cum laude in English literature and history from George Washington University and has worked for a number of media outlets and at several D.C. think tanks including the Institute for Public Accuracy and Women Strike for Peace.