– Whites are times less likely to be murdered than black people in this country.
– There is no way that a white genocide can be proven based on current statistics, and also the recent revelation that the 70 000 murdered since 1994, was a baseless rumour.
– We have a serious problem in South Africa, and I believe that one murder is one murder too many. Our black population suffers much more than whites do.
– If we stand together as South Africans, and stand up against this atrocious rate of murder against all our people, and not make it a “race exclusive” issue, we will be able to probably achieve more in combatting crime.
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