AUDIO INTERVIEW: The Horror of South Africa Today


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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.

Third edition, now updated to include Eugene Terre’Blanche’s murder in 2011.

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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.

5 Comments on AUDIO INTERVIEW: The Horror of South Africa Today

  1. Some old testament wisdom that’s politically incorrect is “An eye for an eye. A tooth for a tooth.” Your story seems to be about survival against what can only be described as demonic forces.
  2. The white genocide keeps going on quietly. It is political, and everyone knows it. If you defend yourself, you are considered racist by the rest of the world. No one else can defend you but yourselves. You need a plan to survive. To hell with the rest of the politically correct world.
  3. Hi all:

    We are in the process of establishing a fund for CDSA (Currently disadvantaged South Africans).

    It is not a racist gesture, it is just a way to protect the White South African future.

    Currently no white South African can apply for any job in government or in some of the major international companies even.

    Did you know that Chevron, Shell and other petroleum companies now only allow black operators to own fuel stations? Bullying white people out of family businesses and giving it to the young inexperienced black businessman that got a loan from the government. They call them HDSA (Historically disadvantaged South Africans). Even though apartheid ended more that 20 years ago, the bulk of these applicants that get generous funding are barely 20 years old themselves.

    So, the inception of CDSA.

    This is not just to promote white business, but you must remember that something a few people know about happens almost every day. Affirmative action and broad based black empowerment forces business owners to appoint a black partner into a business that they didn’t even work for in a lot of cases. Due to the increased difficulty in finding large government tenders by these once successful white business owners, these businesses are now scaled down or closed down, resulting in lost jobs. And here I am talking white and black jobs. A lot of business owners do join up with black partners just to get the B.E.E. accreditation. I would rather join someone of any race because its beneficial to the business not because there must be 51% black ownership.

    We work with young entrepreneurs that cant find work even with a degree or with years’ experience, and at the same time a 20 year old historically disadvantaged South African with limited business experience gets a R8 million loan for a business from the (NEF).

    So we will be establishing a fund and are looking for investors to fund young CDSA entrepreneurs in South Africa in various industries and businesses. The fund will work on a loan structure and is repaid on an agreed interest rate. The current value of the RAND makes it easier to fund businesses privately for international investors, because your dollar is worth almost double than two years ago.

    The other thing to consider is that this is only a temporary thing as we hope that racial issues and unfair business practice in South Africa will come to an end. The ultimate goal is to see white and black businesses grow, but in the meantime we need to save the intellectual property of what the white entrepreneurs can bring too.

    Interested parties to join discussion on [email protected]

    Google the following links:

    Caltex South Africa, Liquid Fuels Charter, National Empowerment Fund South Africa, B.E.E. South Africa, E.F.F. South Africa, HDSA South Africa

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