South Africa Gun-Grab a Necessary Step toward Anticipated ‘Slaughter’
“South Africa is opening the door for tyranny,” José Niño writes in Gunpowder Magazine. “The Constitutional Court of South Africa recently ruled that 300,000 gun owners must turn in their firearms.”
That overturned a lower court decision ruling sections of South African gun laws unconstitutional. And that means gun owners who “failed” to register are now required by “law” to surrender their firearms to the authorities.
Such a requirement could not come at a more dangerous time. Not only is land being taken from whites, the political sentiment and rhetoric in the country is heating up to the point of being explosive.
“We are cutting the throat of whiteness,” Marxist/racist Economic Freedom Fighters leader Jacob Malema told a cheering crowd in a packed Johannesburg arena. He demanded removal of a mayor because he is white and declared, “Angry white people can go to hell.”
“We are not calling for the slaughtering of white people, at least for now,” Malema declared ominously. That leaves, “when we think we can” open.
With savage attacks on the rise, no doubt combining vicious crimes of opportunity with those fueled by hatemongering rhetoric, some white South Africans take the threat so seriously they’re organizing.
Suidlanders, an emergency-plan initiative constituted as a non-state civil defense organization under the Geneva Conventions, anticipates the collapse of South African infrastructure and its degradation into civil war and/or murderous lawlessness.
An emergency preparation plan for that eventuality by the group includes:
“A nationwide off-grid communications network has been designed to function when the conventional communications grid goes down. A nationwide online evacuation assistance website provides extraction coordinates to our members. Through our nationwide monitoring network we are aware of and report incidents of instability around the country.”
What’s unknown at this point is the likelihood that any mass effort to act on the ruling will take place. That’s been a complaint of Gun-Free SA, the country’s gun-grab “lobby” that “acting as a friend of the court, welcomed the ruling, but also expressed its lack of confidence in SAPS’s ability to enforce the law. Director Adèle Kirsten said that since 2010 there had been a steady erosion in the effectiveness of the act to save lives because of actions by the police and gun owners.”
She no doubt believes herself exempted from the hate her “countrymen” in the featured photo are feeling. And as for citizen disarmament, it’s never enough for such people, there or here.
You’d better believe there are those after the same goals in this country.
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