Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Australia considers visas for white South African farmers

Via Nancy

 Immigration Minister Peter Dutton speaks to the media at Parliament House on May 3, 2016 in Canberra, Australia.
 Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said he was considering fast track visas for SA white farmers


South Africa has dismissed claims its white farmers are "persecuted" after an Australian minister said they needed help from a "civilised" country.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said he is exploring giving South Africa's white farmers access to fast-track visas on humanitarian grounds.

The suggestion was made amid calls to transfer land ownership from black to white farmers in South Africa, and fears over the number of farm killings.

But South Africa says it is ridiculous.

More @ BBC


  1. Glad to hear this. No point for White farmers to stay not
    unless they have truck loads of 50 calibers. I guess now
    the blacks will become jealous and rap up their massacres.
    Too bad America didn't step up but only the lowest cockroaches
    are allowed not to mention not even defending the country
    against invading aliens.

    1. Too bad America didn't step up

      If they weren't white all would be screaming bloody murder.

  2. Screw them. They gave away their country. Why would we want loses like that to come here and spread their weakness? Sadly, their only value now is to serve as an example to others. "Don't let this happen to you". Last I heard, America didn't have a shortage of landless farmers.