South Africa is a land wrought with heartache.
Vengeance for the Apartheid-era has culminated in an epidemic of reverse racism, farm attacks and murders, and if that were not enough, a new constitutional amendment calling for "land expropriation without compensation."
That's a lot of syllables to say:
We are going to take your land and without permission.
The amendment is being pushed by African National Congress (ANC) head Cyril Ramaphosa. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will heed this not so subtle call from the ANC to step up their already blood-thirsty demonstrations, in which they chant:
"Kill the Boer, Kill the white farmer."
Having spent time with the victims of farm attacks, I can tell you that the torture they and their children have endured is real, and bears lasting scars.
Make no mistake, "land expropriation without compensation" means that black gangs — the ones currently carrying out brutal farm attacks — now have political permission to carry out murder and torture.
PS: See all of Katie Hopkins' reports from South Africa, and help crowdfund her upcoming documentary, at RebelSouthAfrica.com