Sonia Hruska worked in the Mandela Administration and was an early supporter of him, until she realized the train to utopia wasn’t running on schedule.
“After about six years,” Hruska said, “I realized something serious is wrong; the communist elements are taking over, it’s not what we were promised.” She explained the change that followed:
“As a business owner, I can get 25 years in jail time if I do employ a white person, for instance. It is totally ridiculous; you cannot have imagined that affirmative action could have gone so far.”
Out of the nearly four million whites living in South Africa, nearly one million live in economic destitution.
And Hruska discusses some of the violence that has led Genocide Watch to label the current situation of white people in South Africa as a precursor to genocide.
Although a majority of those murdered, nearly 80 percent, Hruska said, are seniors (over the age of 60), the killers do not discriminate against age. “It’s heinous torture,” Hruska explained. “Even children as young as two months old get burned with hot water, get wrapped in newspaper and burned.”
She continued, “There is no easy way of saying exactly how these people are tortured. The standard would be a hot iron, electric iron, boiling water … and these are carried out for hours.”
In the case of one family, Hruska detailed, the black mob broke into a home and waited for the white family to get home. When they arrived, they took them and raped the mother, in front of the father and son to see, and then once they killed her they killed the father, and finally the son by way of boiling water.
This issue is important considering how the media is misreporting the story of a brutal murder that took place in actress Charlize Theron’s former home. Somehow the celebrity angle is more important than the brutal murder of another white homeowner.
Five robbers “forced [Newland] inside the bathroom, where his hands and feet were tied up and a plastic bag was put over his head. “The thugs had left him to suffocate.”