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Please note that the purpose of our page is to raise international awareness of the silent killings that are ongoing in our country since 1994. First and foremost highlighting the extreme murder rate of the Afrikaans Boer (Farmer) as well as the general state of violence and mayhem that our young country is experiencing at an increasing rate, which is affecting every law abiding South African.
We believe that nobody deserves to be brutally tortured, raped or murdered based on their skin color, religion or sexual orientation! This page is not meant to stir controversy, create hatred, hate speech towards anyone and most of all no racism will be tolerated here.
We hope to extend our membership to all over the world, if you are from South Africa; please feel free to post your noteworthy stories about what is happening in your area, be it positive or not.
If you are living outside of South Africa, we welcome you and hope that the information you find here will give you insight to our plight. Our country, though not entirely broken yet, desperately needs help, even if you just share this  information, we pray that somehow it will get to the right people that will be able to help and do something! If you feel that this group is not for you, please feel free to leave and absolutely no offence will be taken... Live and let live...

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