This story has been getting little to no attention in the lamestream corporate controlled media, but it's a story I have to comment on, for the African National Congress that runs South Africa, is becoming radicalized and is getting ready to seize the farms of white people in that country. There are some reports that this has already begun to happen, and there's been another report that will form the substance of today's high octane speculation. Here is one version of the story:

While the action is execrable, it is at least understandable, given South Africa's history. What is not understandable is why there is little to no reporting of this development and its frightening potential implications.  I could comment, but I suspect most readers here know what I would say, and that they have similar suspicions as well.

There's a more interesting aspect of this, however, that I wonder about, and it concerns some stories on this development that ran on RT:

South African farmers seek refuge in Russia’s Crimea

A matter of life & death’: 15,000 white South African farmers seek refuge in Russia, report says

There are some interesting between-the-lines implications of the second RT report, in these passages:

The new South African government, led by President Cyril Ramaphosa, has pledged to return the lands owned by white farmers since the 1600s to the black citizens of the country. The government said it is planning to put an end to what it calls the legacy of apartheid, where most of South Africa’s land is still in the hands of its minority white population.

Rights groups have said the initiative incites violence. There were 74 farm murders and 638 attacks, primarily against white farmers, in 2016-17 in South Africa, according to data by minority rights group AfriForum.

The farmers are prepared to make a contribution to Russia’s booming agricultural sector, according to Rossiya 1. Each family is ready to bring up to $100,000 for leasing the land.

Russia has 43 million hectares of unused farmland, and has recently begun giving out free land to Russian citizens to cultivate farming. The land giveaway program, which began in 2014, has been a huge success.

Now, as the reader can imagine, I have all sorts of high octane speculations going through my head, from clever ploys of using the ANC as cats' paws to drive out these farmers to nations that can use their skills and expertise (like Russia), to the disturbing implications of driving people off of land they have owned for over three centuries. But behind all these wild and high octane excursions, I have one fundamental question that no one seems to be asking: Why are these people not seeking refuge in "the land of the free and the home of the brave"?  Or for that matter, apparently not seeking refuge in the ancestral homeland of the Netherlands? Or anywhere else in western Europe?

I have no evidence here for what I am about to suggest; in short, I am just plain guessing, so this does not even rise to the level of my usual "high octane speculation". And my guess does not involve anything concerning race, but rather, culture. If I were a Boer family under such threat, the last places I would consider would be the "land of the free and the home of the brave," for the simple reason that its culture is a carefully engineered swamp created over decades by the American "creep state" (big thanks to Ms. K.M. for suggesting that term for the American deep state), with an increasingly shrill radical element advocating violence if it does not get its way. Its constitution is a tattered patchwork of "interpretations" and bureaucratic end runs, its Bill of Rights now a Bill of Wishful Suggestions. The same, I suspect, holds true for their perceptions of Europe, for other than Austria, Italy, and Hungary, Europe appears to be hellbent on the destruction of its culture, and subservient to a technocrat class of bureaucrats in Brussels telling everyone else what to do, think, and how to act. They can smell the foul odor of socialism and all its attendant ills and identity politics and nostrums a mile away. And they don't like what they smell.

Which makes the choice of these 15,000 people - Russia - all the more intriguing. Why Russia? Well, I suspect - and again I'm only guessing - that watching Mon(ster)santo and IG Farbensanto corrupt the American (and pretty much everyone else's, except of course, Russia's) food supply, might have something to do with it. Or again, in Russia, whatever else one might say about the Russian government, it is at least evident that it means to protect and preserve its national and cultural identity, and especially its Christian heritage so intimately bound up with Russian history and culture, something no other European or western country (in the broadest sense of those terms) is willing to do. How Russia responds to a non-Orthodox but Christian population will be an intriguing lesson to watch.

In the final analysis, though, what this story suggests is very telling, and what it suggests does not bode well for the future: people under threat, whose culture is inherently western, who are being forced to make the painful decision of leaving their homes, have weighed the West, and its "leader", America, and found it utterly wanting, and no longer a home.

See you on the flip side...

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  1. Westcoaster on August 27, 2018 at 5:33 pm

    Yes it’s all about race and the new regime is out to kill White farmers and take their land. They’re offering about 10 cents on the dollar for buy-outs, which of course the farmer’s refuse. No talk at all about what will happen to the banking industry because the farmers sure as hell won’t be paying mortgages for seized property. Not much coverage of this on the MSM, however Tucker Carlson on Fox is all over it and apparently President Trump watches his show because he referenced it in asking the state dept to look into what’s going on and report back.

    • Pierre on August 28, 2018 at 10:29 pm

      more than that from jim stone today, if the evicted south african farmer still has a debt to pay on the farm, he is, after still receiving no compensation for the loss of his farm, liable to pay that debt or go to prison and share a cell with a bunch of bubbas.

  2. Doug Bowersox on August 27, 2018 at 10:41 am

    Reply to zendogbreath:

    1. I do not raise livestock.
    2. I produce both GMO and NonGMO corn and soybeans with winter covercrops by nevertillage (the way God does it, not the way organic farmers do it).
    3. I operate 700 acres.

    • zendogbreath on August 27, 2018 at 10:25 pm

      Doug, r ut crops used to feed livestock?

      • zendogbreath on August 27, 2018 at 10:26 pm

        N yeh i’ll bite. Why both?

        • Doug Bowersox on August 28, 2018 at 7:15 am

          If I have pest problem in a given field, I will use protection offered by GMO’s in a given field rather than use pesticides. If I do not have pests in a given field , I will save money on nonGMO field.

          • zendogbreath on August 28, 2018 at 3:24 pm

            So u havent heard of joel salatin? And ur corn n soy r being consumed by humans or livestock? N have u evr farmed meat or dairy?

          • Doug Bowersox on August 29, 2018 at 2:48 pm

            1. I have not heard of Joel Salatin.
            2. Corn to livestock. Soybeans pressed for oil. Oil goes to human. The remaining soybean meal goes to livestock.
            3. My father fattened steers from 800 lb to 1400 lb.

        • zendogbreath on August 31, 2018 at 12:09 am

          Doug if ur here ur smart enuf to grok salatin. Amazon n utube him. U can be way more profitable, productive n local. By magnitudes of order. Salatin was the guy producing meat 4 chipotle in that food doc food inc. B4 chipotle got raided.

          Corn n soy fed to livestock is the reason antibiotics r needed. Ruminants n omnivores cannot eat like that.

          Pasture fed on well managed pasture (see salatin) livestock r way more productive. N the land repairs n rebuilds itself.

          Incidentally, the quality goes wild. U will have waiting lists 4 ur products. It ain’t factory farming but it aint boutique yuppie bleached asparagus farming either.

          Check it out n let us know back here. Appreciate the time u put in here. Welcome to gds

  3. Reno on August 27, 2018 at 3:12 am

    My suspicion that the value derived from the land seizures will trickle up to corporations/banks/breakaway civilizations who are looking at mining potential and GMO farming, They bought some key nitwits in the government to incite the masses and legalize the land grab.

  4. Pierre on August 26, 2018 at 11:39 pm

    Not many blacks in Russia, so less chance of flashblacks, sorry, flashbacks walking the streets there.
    Fact is at present it is the large farms being taken, but this is certainly only the beginning and there is talk of taking other white’s property. I bet Soros et al is behind it and the white’s there are more savvy about the tribe than the lamestream tribe media is going to even hint at.
    mmm are they also going to confiscate SA Nuclear Plants and weapons? shades of Idiocracy and toilet water solutions to gigantic depopulation events like Fukushima. Russia did the right thing at Chernobyl, at a huge costs in Russian lives. Contrasted with Japan’s liar liar plants on fire approach.
    Then again Russia now has floating NPP’s. Duck and sink and cover.

  5. primal_murmur on August 26, 2018 at 7:34 pm

    If you haven’t seen Lauren Southern’s documentary on the South African crisis, “Farmlands”:
    I HIGHLY recommend it. At least check out this clip:
    (though perhaps not if you have high blood pressure)

    This documentary sparked debate of fast-tracking white SA farmers refugee applications in Australia. So why aren’t targeted farmers heading down-under? Because this:

    Lauren Southern did a tour of Australia not long after this debate blew up, and it’s interesting to note how she was treated:

    • Pierre on August 27, 2018 at 7:58 pm

      thank for that, I think I’ll stay up here on my own in the hills for now … until we all get our ticket of leave from the anglojudeomasonic prison hell this empire is. (and that includes the usa, a british plantation and pretorian guard supplier).

  6. zendogbreath on August 26, 2018 at 3:21 pm

    Doug. Got s question 4 u. What r u feeding ur livestock?

    • zendogbreath on August 26, 2018 at 3:22 pm

      A few more. What r ur main crops? Whats ur acreage?

  7. Doug Bowersox on August 26, 2018 at 7:21 am

    Concerning the miracle agricultural production at Findhorn. As a farmer, I would love to be a disciple of Findhorn. Farm in harmony with nature. Produce otherworldly sized produce. Too bad Findhorn could only do it one year. Too bad nobody has been able to replicate it. Maybe, FRAUD!

    • goshawks on August 26, 2018 at 6:34 pm

      Fraud could always be possible. But what would be the point?

      I actually met several of the Findhorn founders: Peter Caddy & David Spangler (separate occasions) near Seattle, Dorothy Maclean at Findhorn (she is a powerful channel). I learned a bit from each, and did not sense ‘fraud’ vibes from any. (Plus, Machaelle Small Wright from my earlier comment.)

      Everyone responds from where they’re at. Assuming you’re not a troll or agitator, the big step is to ponder whether there might be more to the world than is ‘allowed’ in our TPTB-dominated culture (or not). To quote the Being from the Contact movie, “This is the way it’s been done for billions of years. Small moves, Ellie. Small moves…”

    • zendogbreath on August 28, 2018 at 10:21 pm

      I’m thinkin a couple minutes utube of joel salatin or growing list of folk proving him out will do it easily. Justin rhodes’ channel? Great american farm tour? Or read salatins books? Everything i want to do is illegal.

  8. Dag from Ringerike on August 25, 2018 at 3:36 pm

    I am not been going to write about GMO, but maybe later about small scale or urban farming. But that is not the topic.
    I was framed into the narrative that, when Nelson Mandela won the Nobel Peace Prize, he was a hero, a freedom fighter. Maybe he was, but what was his way to achieve his goals as a freedom fighter ? I stumbled over an article by G.E, Griffin; Nelson Mandela was put to jail for terrorisme. One of his or their methodes to silence an opponent was to put a tyre around the opponent neck and put it on fire.
    So further on, thanks to lame street media in Norway and else in the Western lame street media, this was too uncomfartable to talk about.
    Then, when listening to Jeff Rense´s program the last years, I noticed someting was going on in South Africa. The subject of murdering white farmers has been under my radar, and not only mine, but Jeff brought it up.
    Things develope and now, zerohedge have been covering it, even The Donald has tweeted about it and I am also pleased that this topic is on this webside. It is important. Is this a genocide in the making?
    I was listening yesterday to Stefan Molineux conversation with Ernst Roets, a South African Lawyer and activist that has been dealiing with the white farmer murdering issue. It is about one and a half hour.
    What he was telling, before 1990, there were training camps in neighbouring countris. They were not only training in military skills, but also learnin the skills of torture,; and what Ernst Roets revealed, he same methods used in the camps, is now applied on the South African farmers. It is distgusting to hear about it.
    But for me, it is more disgusting that Norwegian diplomats, it is discloused, they brought in money in their diplomatic coffers to the ANC in the countries surrounding South Africa. It is naive to think that some of the money not was used to support the torture camps of ANC. If so, the Norwegian government is complisit in the murdering of South African farmer.
    But, unfotunately, our Foreing Offiice is infested with marxist, and even the head of our national broadcast is a marxist, I could go on further.
    I have been a urban farmer the last 10 years, Now I have five small green houses on my lot. The tomatoe harvest has been tremendous, last year……! But, my point, to put a 20 years old or from Sowetoe, to grow food. Are you kidding me. My father was a professional gardener, and I learned from him all the technical skills, prepeare the soil, the use of fertilizer and so on and on. But, to grow a plant, you need knowledge, you need skills and you need care, and the last point, the care, it is why I miss him now, what should I look at . He understood what the plants needed, and I still try to learn.
    Maybe, all the Best,

  9. Tommi H on August 25, 2018 at 8:57 am

    Orthodox or not, it’s not important in Russia. You can practice shamanism, paganism or what ever you want. No problem. Satanism might get you in troubles.

  10. Doug Bowersox on August 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Concerning my post below concerning the benefits of GMO’s. That and the replies need read to understand this post.

    I generally believe the truth is opposite of fearporn being pumped at anything. It includes GMO’s.
    As far as past generations having infertility problems, read the Bible. Generation after generation had infertility issues. Was it mycotoxins? I don’t know that it was. But, I don’t know that it wasn’t.
    Furthermore concerning GMO’s, read about “jumping genes” from species to species. Nature is experimenting in a magnitude exponentially beyond Monsanto’s feeble endeavors. Monsanto did not create those genes. Monsanto merely moved nature’s genes from one species to another.
    Monsanto GMO’s are more than about Roundup. It is also about other natural pest controls moved from selected species to our crop species. This has permitted a large drop in my pesticide usage in my 40 year farming career.
    Farming is a war against nature. Nature wants to eat a farmer’s production before mankind does. Try it before arm chair quarterbacking.
    Consider, there may be another side to the story.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2018 at 1:09 pm

      Loved your line…
      Farming is war against nature.
      That really goes deep,
      if you look at it, in its many manifestations.
      Was it agriculture that spawned civilization?
      That’s just for starters.

    • WalkingDead on August 25, 2018 at 4:05 pm

      While I respect your opinion, I do not necessarily agree with it. You are correct that Monstersanto is much more than Roundup. It’s history is rife with bad science, no long term studies of just what their products do, bullying tactics, and a total disregard for the environment. Now they are part of Bayer, another global corporation with the same, if not worse, history.
      I too have a small farm, I do not use their products, and I do just fine without them. Go have yourself tested for Glyphosate and BT toxins, you may be surprised at the results. They have inundated our food supply and everyone, to some extent, is contaminated with their products. I, personally, do not recall volunteering to be one of their test subjects and at no time has fish genes or other animal genes “jumped” into the biosphere. What they are doing is absolutely unnatural and against nature and they have no idea what the long term effects may be, nor do they care.
      Just because we may be a bit paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get us; and this goes way beyond Monstersanto.

    • goshawks on August 25, 2018 at 6:33 pm

      “Farming is a war against nature. Nature wants to eat a farmer’s production before mankind does.”

      This is actually a statement (not on you) of how far humanity has fallen from ancient ‘capabilities’. In the Findhorn culture in Scotland, higher-capability people made an attempt to communicate – and work with – Devic beings who ‘supervise’ Mother Nature. The results were astounding…

      In the eastern US, Machaelle Small Wright adopted some Findhorn techniques. (She wrote a charming, intelligent book on her results called Behaving As If the God in All Life Mattered.) Pertinent to your comment, she would contact the local Devic beings and work-out an ‘agreement’ with them. The ‘settlement’ was to put aside a certain (smallish) percentage of each crop for the ‘locals’ (bugs, small animals, etc.); the rest would be ‘off limits’ and reserved for humans. And so it turned out; the Mother Nature percentage was totally ‘enjoyed’ (yum), while the reserved-for-humans part was left alone… (Decades back, I visited her farm and met her; nice & compassionate person.)

      It is my view that ‘conflicts’ like Humans vs Mother Nature can be worked-out when/if humanity regains its ancient ‘capabilities’…

      • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2018 at 10:09 pm

        Well said.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 26, 2018 at 12:11 am

          Just picked up: Thus Spoke The Plant.
          A phytobiography/a collection of stories written in collaboration w/a plant.
          The author is Monica Gagliano a well known research scientist in this field of endeavor.

          I’m definitely going out on a limb w/this one.

      • zendogbreath on August 26, 2018 at 3:10 pm

        Nice g. Need that kinda mind to mind a werk injury i just got. Ty 4 the remind er.

      • BlueWren on August 26, 2018 at 10:40 pm

        Wow that is very thought provoking. I’ve always thought that there are spirits in our garden. There are spots you can really sense them.

  11. marcos toledo on August 24, 2018 at 7:38 pm

    The Boers are coming to the realization that their ancestral homeland in Western Europe. Has become the land of Pod People a la Invasion Of The Body Snatchers Russia is ironically become the only thinking manage state left in Europe with a government run by adults instead of children who dream they are gods. And no it is not feudalism they want but the evilest slave world that is our elites darkest dream.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2018 at 10:51 pm

      Loved it!
      Especially, the Pod reference.

  12. Francois Raby on August 24, 2018 at 1:34 pm

    If he’s serious it’s like depleted uranium and 5G is good for your health, get with it. Good for him if he’s happy with the results for himself and his friends… For myself thank you but no thank you . The problem is though, as we’re speaking there is no biological integrity left on this poisoned planet anywhere anymore. Since even organic foods are contaminated one way or another, no comparison is possible that can really hold in the end, everything is tainted. This is where we’re really at even with general cognitive functions it seems. And my first point is… I did not sign for this.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2018 at 10:49 pm

      Even that cognitive function is being attacked from a multitude of vectors; including, nano-metallic particle said to cause Alzheimer’s – not to mention the wicked coming this way 5G.

  13. Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2018 at 11:51 am

    The land of the brave’s Bill of Rights i now a list of wishful suggestions, in a culture being engineered by a deep-into-it creep state; creeping towards an electronic dystopian feudal state of slaves owners.
    What happened in the past; isn’t quite past…
    but coming around full circle.
    Progress seems to means cycling forwards/backwards
    all around the mulberry bush…

    • Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2018 at 12:09 pm

      That nursery rhyme deals w/the power of money as master over mankind. That is really where the deadly roots must be pulled/yanked out! – if mankind is to have any future worth living.
      Indeed, if living Earth is to have a chance to thrive once again.
      Till then…?
      It’s round and round we go
      all around the mulberry bush…

      • Robert Barricklow on August 24, 2018 at 12:12 pm

        An economy based upon “living” wealth.
        Not based upon a dead rock called Earth.
        But on a living Earth, in a living universe.

  14. enki-nike on August 24, 2018 at 9:07 am

    At rallies of the Economic Freedom Fighters, a radical communistic political party in South Africa led by Julius Malema, the attendees get whipped up into a frenzy and chant slogans such as “kill the Boer” and “one settler, one bullet”. The ANC government had never seriously tried to put a stop to this. Farm attacks and murders targeting white people have been going in in South Africa for the past twenty five years and the politicians rarely bother to talk about it or do anything about it.

    • zendogbreath on August 25, 2018 at 12:05 am

      werd. i’ve been reading about it from alt media in eu for years. it’s especially aggregious and rampant against poor whites in sa. the wealthier ones have been able to fight off gangs better. difference now is that attackers are getting better equipped and organized.

      to be sure it’s the wealthiest who get out first. wonder what kind of numbers are left. and what kind of wealth they represent. and why they stayed this long.

      your right doc. it’s doesn’t bode well for the west. have known a few south africanners who got out decades ago. crazy wealthy folk. good enough folk though. wild attitudes re race, but understandable. and civil enough in ussa. just the same, i feel bad for them. i feel worse for who they left behind.

  15. anakephalaiosis on August 24, 2018 at 8:24 am

    Children are not allowed to beget children in Western culture, to avoid feeding on the ingroup. Puberty is therefore restrained.

    This can be proven explicitly, by the ideology in the Rune rebus. An exponential growth is not sustainable in any habitat.

    An unrestrained species will either devour itself, or everything else, before it devours itself. This rule applies to all species in Nature.

  16. Doug Bowersox on August 24, 2018 at 8:05 am

    Mon(ster)santo – No good deed goes unpunished!
    I am a grain farmer in Central Penna. Hogs have a physiology remarkably similar to humans. The USA’s hog herd is fed a diet consisting of at least 95% corn and soybeans. For at least 20 years or more, virtually 100% of those corn and soybeans have been GMO. The nations hog herd health has not suffered at all. During that time, herd antibiotic use has plummeted toward zero, admittedly, due to CDC pressure. Where is the evidence that GMO’s are a hazard?
    Furthermore, as a grain farmer, GMO’s have allowed my pesticide usage to also plummet. Grain yields have increased by at least 20% due to GMO’s which either feed more people or permits more farmland to return to natural use. Win/win for GMO’s.
    Furthermore, Organic eating may cause infertility.
    I have friends who were unable to conceive. She is a diehard organic consumer. Her fertility specialist discovered this. The prescription from specialist was to immediately stop eating organic. Because, no fungicides are applied to the organics, the mycotoxin load in organics is vastly higher in organic food than in conventionally grown food. Fungus produce mycotoxins that are as or more toxic than any poisons artificially produced. The mycotoxins were preventing the pregnancy. She did comply, and they have two healthy boys now.
    The same phenomenon happens all the time in livestock herds to herdsmen that are not vigilant.

    • WalkingDead on August 24, 2018 at 8:41 am

      ! ?????

      • Don B on August 24, 2018 at 1:08 pm

        I think he is joking

      • Eve Leung on August 24, 2018 at 9:50 pm

        Yup I think he is joking or otherwise all he care is money, if one doesn’t even bother to study natural cycle of growing as a farmer, one should be extremely be ashamed, many type of corps can form a beneficiary relationship with each other.

        Like my childhood home town, farmer will grow one time rice + one time of vegetable + one time of sugar cane with peanut in the middle, they will fertile the land with human bio-waste. No they wasn’t making a big money, they just make enough for a living!!!!!!!! But they didn’t damage their land with all type of chemical in the old time.

        In south of America, the ancient Mayan developed a type of soil called the – Black Gold!

        Use your land for money only, not because you care for your children, growing repeatedly one type of commercial corps, the only way to make it work is by poison the land with huge amount of chemical force your corp to give out result that you wanted, not because you want to grow the best for human consumption.

        My suggest to you if you are not joking about what you say, go visit the Japanese Farmer, learn from them, how did they manage their land and yields more!

    • RAJM on August 24, 2018 at 8:59 pm

      Tell you what Doug, start eating a diet of 95% GMO corn and soya bean as our physiology is so Hogg y and come back to us in a year.
      Cheers, enjoy it.

    • zendogbreath on August 24, 2018 at 11:58 pm

      doug. that’s what we might expect to hear from a factory farmer causing some of the worst pollution on the planet. even if glyphosate use was falling –

      www dot youtube dot com/watch?v=h_AHLDXF5aw

      and it’s not, that’s insanity. mycotoxins? really? wow. think of all those dead and infertile past generations let’s say oh well millions of generations past who got no benefit of accelerating use of glyphosate?

      guess you left out the little details of glyphosates falling efficacy as weed killer and ever increasing use and thus its ever increasing buildup in food crop production. oh but that’s right. russia provides a clear example of your allegations. just look at all them ruskies getting sick and infertile eating all that organic food. not to mention how their production keeps falling with such inefficient farming. man i bet their missing their cafos and factory monocrop farms now. think they’re all mad at joel salatin for selling them a bill of goods?

    • Sandygirl on August 25, 2018 at 8:16 am

      I do think that the chickens have been fed a different diet of GMO grain and chicken meat isn’t the same. They are now unnaturally Large! They have loads of fat you need to cut off and they also taste way different then 20 years ago. When you go to the grocery store – take a closer look and you see a greenish, yellow color in the meat. The pork also isn’t the same and has an unnatural color, it’s more red than a light pink.
      What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. As in, We are the gander.

      • zendogbreath on August 26, 2018 at 3:02 pm

        Dr gundry has some related science to that point in ‘plant paradox’. ‘U r what u eat eats.’

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