In the tiny nation of Burkina Faso in West Africa, violent Islamic extremist are causing panic among the country’s population with their attempts to eradicate the Christian faith from the country.
While most of the world is happy that apartheid government in South Africa is a thing of the past, in one minority group of the nation there are some who believe they were treated better under that system than the current one.
While the world’s media is focused on the deadly mosque shootings in New Zealand, another, even more deadly slaughter has been taking place in Nigeria.
“For every one black person we will kill five white people,” bellowed a South African political leader. Such comments are not all that unusual in today’s South Africa.
The South African National Assembly has just agreed to amend the nation’s constitution to allow the seizure of white farmers’ land without compensation.
Some 120,000 people have signed a petition on the White House website so far, asking U.S. President Donald Trump to support a two-state solution for South Africa.
China loaned Kenya $3.6 billion to pay for a railroad from Nairobi to Mombasa, but Kenyans worry about the debt and also accuse Chinese managers of racist treatment.
Globalists, racists, and communists around the world freaked out after President Donald Trump, citing a segment on Fox News, publicly spoke out about the racist land grabs and brutal farm murders afflicting South Africa. As if to justify the president's ridicule of the establishment media as “fake news,” the fake-news machine kicked into overdrive last week to deny that anything bad was happening, while frantically calling everybody who notices reality a “racist” or worse. However, as this magazine has been documenting for many years, the horrors unfolding in the new South Africa by organized racist and communist forces — all backed and facilitated by Deep State globalists in the West — are undeniable. And if current trends continue, the situation is likely to go from bad to worse, quickly.
Trump may have just changed the course of history.