German Member of Parliament Petr Bystron traveled to South Africa to meet with Steve Hofmeyr, leading spokesmen of the indigenous Boer population, and the stories he is sharing are enough to give anyone nightmares.
On Friday, Bystron and members of his team met with Hofmeyr and a woman whose husband was brutally murdered in front of her and her young children. In a video provided to The Gateway Pundit, she recounted the horrific tale of her young daughter putting her hands up and offering her piggy bank to get the men to spare her mother.
The woman, identified as Mariandra, explained that the killers had no interest in robbing them — they were just there to murder her husband. Before his death, execution style, her husband had informed the men about where all their valuables were hidden. They only took two phones from the property, however, so that she could not call for help.
“Mariandra told me the only reason she finds the strength to go on is her children. After all the trauma, she sometimes wishes they all would have been killed to spare her children the suffering,” Collin McMahon, a press advisor for Bystron, told The Gateway Pundit.
White farmers in the nation have been being murdered at an alarming rate, with little to no help from the government. There were 581 farm attacks in the 2017/18 fiscal year, up from 478 the year before.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD), the leading German opposition party, is the only German party to address the plight of the Boers. AfD MPs filed an official inquiry with the German government on April 3, 2018, asking what the German government intends to do about the crisis, and whether refugees from South Africa are entitled to asylum in Germany. The answer from Angela Merkel’s formerly Conservative government was deliberately vague, according to a press release provided to TGP.
“I’ve been a big fan of the AfD for some time now, and am happy to meet one of their leading foreign policy experts while he is visiting South Africa. I hope Europe will start to put pressure on the government to stop the horrible crimes being committed against our people,” Hofmeyr said of Bystron.
In February, South Africa’s parliament voted to allow the seizure of land from white farmers without compensation. The move sparked international outcry, including from President Donald Trump. The president wrote that he has asked his secretary of state to “closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations and the large scale killing of farmers.”
“On Feb. 27, 2018, the South African Parliament voted to allow land expropriation without compensation”, said Bystron. “This is not compatible with European values. Germany paid South Africa €314.5 million in aid 2016-2017. If the South African government does not guarantee human rights, we will make sure that aid is stopped.”
Bystron will be speaking at the Phyllis Schlafly’s Gateway Eagle Council XLVII in St. Louis, Missouri, Sept. 13-16.
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