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President Donald Trump (USA) - South African Minority Demanding Intervention

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1917 - Gen Jan Smuts speaking at the London Savoy Hotel:

''We have felt more and more that if we are to solve our Native question, it is useless to try to govern black and white in the same institutions of government and legislation. They are different not only in color but in minds and in political capacity..."

It is pure fact that the minority white South Africans, in the many years up to 1994, had legitimate knowledge, legitimate reasoning and legitimate understanding as to why segregation within South Africa was necessary, therefore segregation was there for a reason, not racism.

If one look at each and every country within the African Continent and the devastating reality of the inhumane condition of all these countries we once again clearly understand why segregation made / makes all the sense in the world within South Africa. Because of the segregation laws that the white minority implemented for many years (and for factual reasons) the entire world looked upon this white minority group of people as oppressors, racists and called them the ''South African white power''.

European countries along with the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and many others threatened and implemented sanctions and embargo's against these minority white people via UN resolutions clearly not realizing what the outcome might or will be as all were agenda driven against a small minority of people who knew they would have to fight for their very existence, for the economy and infrastructure of their country should segregation end.

Since the black majority took power reverse racism laws were implemented against the white minority excluding them from the workplace and forcing them to hand over more than 54% business ownership to black people at no cost. These are all done under the mythical assumption that it is called ''transformation'' and now the black majority aim to occupy, take by force if necessary, the rightful owned land and property from the white minority without compensation.

Since the black majority took power in 1994 the following is fact:

  • South Africa has the most corrupt president in the world with hundreds of fraud and corruption cases pending against him
  • South Africa's infrastructure is collapsing
  • South Africa's economy has collapsed
  • South Africa is not self sustainable
  • South Africa's Defense Force, navy and airforce were declared bankrupt 
  • South African Airlines lost billions and are on the verge of bankruptcy 
  • South Africa's education system and quality of education is one of the worst in the world
  • South Africa's quality of medical training, facilities and personnel is of the worst
  • Most of the Governmental institutions within South Africa is collapsing, not properly functional, corrupt and/or bankrupt
  • South Africa has the highest unemployment rate in the world
  • South Africa has the highest crime, rape and murder rate in the world
  • The South African Police Department (Nationally) along with the Metro Police and Traffic departments are corrupt and of the worst
  • South Africa's judicial system is corrupt and of the worst

Since 1994, when the communist ANC came into power, more than 70 000 white South African men, women and children have been brutally murdered, raped and tortured, especially during farm attacks by black people and the statistics are climbing daily. One particular brutal murder was when 4 black men attacked a white farmer and his family, slit the throats of the farmer and his wife then raped their 13 year old daughter, broke a glass bottle and with the sharp glass ends first, stabbed the little girl between the legs ending up slitting her throat as well. White young infants as old as 3 Months never got the chance to become adults and never had the chance to escape rape, torture and murder.

The minority white South Africans have had their constitutional rights taken away to be able to legally obtain a firearm to protect their families and private property. Unconstitutional laws were implemented so that the communist government could make sure that the majority of the white people hand in their legally owned firearms under a false and mythical pretense of ''a gun free South Africa''.

Since the end of segregation every white person within South Africa accepted fully that equality and democracy was the way forward but never knew that they themselves will end up being the result of reversed racism, reversed racism laws, brutal murders, torture and rape, the collapsing of the economy and infrastructure, the burning of schools, college's and universities and the destroying of historical monuments and statues.

Genocide watch declared South Africa at stage 6 and publicly announced that the white people in South Africa, as an Afrikaans and Afrikaans/English speaking minority group are at the danger of being extinct unless world intervention is of urgency. Many white South Africans wishes to leave their beloved country for the sake of survival and the safety of their children but are being turned away by the very countries who's proclamation it was to implement sanctions and embargo's and then turning their backs at the consequences.

The South African white minority group of people are one of the most hard working people in the world who built a country of first world status and who had one of the best military's in the world. They are peaceful individuals of whom most are Christians with strong moral values and believes.       

The minority white South Africans are demanding that the President of the United States of America, President Donald Trump, take immediate and urgent steps to assist them in any and all possible ways and to bring an end to the reverse racism and the slaughtering of white people within South Africa seeing that the rest of the world, after the mass sanctions and embargo's they imposed on them, turned their backs while knowing that their decisions had dire and deadly consequences.  

6 November 1962 - The United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 1761 condemning South Africa's apartheid policies and calling on all its members to end economic and military relations with South Africa, in particular:

  • closing their ports to ships sailing under a South African flag, and not allowing South African planes to fly over their land
  • breaking off diplomatic ties with South Africa
  • not importing South African goods, and not exporting to South Africa (in particular not exporting arms and ammunition)

Additionally, a Special Committee against Apartheid is formed under the resolution.

August 1963 - Other than existing contracts which are allowed to continue, the USA announces a total arms embargo on South Africa.

  • UN Security Council Resolution 181 calls on all countries to " cease forthwith the sale and shipment of arms, ammunition of all types and military vehicles to South Africa.''
  • UN Security Council Resolution 182 calls on all countries "to cease forthwith the sale and shipment of equipment and materials for the manufacture and maintenance of arms and ammunition in South Africa."

23 July 1970 -

With the USA, France and the UK abstaining, UN Security Council Resolution 232, a non-binding resolution, "Calls upon all States to strengthen the arms embargo:

  • By implementing fully the arms embargo against South Africa unconditionally and without reservations whatsoever;
  • By withholding the supply of all vehicles and equipment for use of the armed forces and paramilitary organizations of South Africa;
  • By ceasing the supply of spare parts for all vehicles and military equipment used by the armed forces and paramilitary organizations of South Africa;
  • By revoking all licenses and military patents granted to the South African Government or to South African companies for the manufacture of arms and ammunition, aircraft and naval craft or other military vehicles and by refraining from further granting such licenses and patents;
  • By prohibiting investment in, or technical assistance for, the manufacture of arms and ammunition, aircraft, naval craft, or other military vehicles;
  • By ceasing provision of military training for members of the South African armed forces and all other forms of military co-operation with South Africa;
  • By undertaking the appropriate action to give effect to the above measures."

9 Nov 1976 - Originating with Sweden, the UN General Assembly adopts resolution 3l/6K which requests the UN Security Council "to consider steps to achieve the cessation of further foreign investments in South Africa."

4 Nov 1977 - With the background of a dramatic military build-up in South Africa, a mandatory arms embargo against South Africa is adopted by the UN Security Council (as well as an oil embargo), under UN Security Council Resolution 418:

  • Determines, having regard to the policies and acts of the South African Government, that the acquisition by South Africa of arms and related materiel constitutes a threat to the maintenance of international peace and security;
  • Decides that all States shall cease forthwith any provision to South Africa of arms and related materiel of all types, including the sale or transfer of weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, para-military police equipment, and spare parts for the aforementioned, and shall cease as well the provision of all types of equipment and supplies and grants of licensing arrangements for the manufacture or maintenance of the aforementioned;
  • Calls upon all States to review, having regard to the objectives of the present resolution, all existing contractual arrangements with and licenses granted to South Africa relating to the manufacture and maintenance of arms, ammunition of all types and military equipment and vehicles, with a view to terminating them;
  • Further decides that all States shall refrain from any co-operation with South Africa in the manufacture and development of nuclear weapons;
  • Calls upon all States, including States non-members of the United Nations, to act strictly in accordance with the provisions of the present resolution; …"

10 April 1978 - Canada starts denying visas to South African athletes and officials of South African sports to attend sports functions, and introduces visa requirements for all South Africans visiting Canada.

24 January 1979 -  The UN General Assembly adopts resolution 33/183 urges to stop financial loans to South Africa. 

19 December 1979 - Canada decides to:

  • close its Consulate-General in Cape Town;
  • withdraw its Trade Commissioners from Cape Town and Johannesburg;
  • withdraw its "government account" facilities of the Export Development Corporation (EDM) for Canadian exports to South Africa;
  • withdraw EDC foreign investment insurance facilities for Canadian investments in South Africa.

3 June 1980 - Canada withdraws South Africa's "Commonwealth trade preferences". 

15 April 1981 - Denmark announces to the UN General Assembly the following measures it has introduced against apartheid South Africa:

  • recalling the Danish trade commissioner at the Consulate-General;
  • Royal Greenland Trade Organization stopping importing from South Africa;
  • instructing its Consulate-General in Johannesburg not to promote exports to South Africa;
  • urging its utility companies not to buy coal from South Africa;
  • not providing exports to South Africa with export credit insurance.

21 November 1983 - Sweden introduces an embargo against the import of military material from South Africa. 

24 July 1984 - France bans new investment into South Africa. 

3 December 1984 - Denmark bans military imports from South Africa. 

13 December 1984 - The UN General Assembly adopts resolution 39/72 G :

  • Urges the Security Council to consider without delay the adoption of effective mandatory sanctions against South Africa;
  • Further urges the Security Council to take steps for the strict implementation of the mandatory arms embargo instituted by it in resolution 418 (1977) and, within this context, to secure an end to military and nuclear co-operation with South Africa and the import of military equipment or supplies from South Africa;
  • Appeals to all States that have not yet done so, pending mandatory sanctions by the Security Council, to consider national legislative or other appropriate measures to increase the pressure on the apartheid regime of South Africa, such as:
  1. Cessation of further investments in, and financial loans to, South Africa;
  2. An end to all promotion of trade with South Africa;
  3. Cessation of all forms of military, police or intelligence co-operation with the authorities of South Africa;
  4. An end to nuclear collaboration with South Africa;
  • Appeals to all Governments and organizations to take appropriate action for the cessation of all academic, cultural, scientific and sports relations that would support the apartheid regime of South Africa as well as relations with individuals, institutions and other bodies endorsing or based on apartheid and also appeals for further strengthening of contacts with those opposed to apartheid."

20 February 1985 - Sweden extends its embargo against apartheid South Africa to include data processing equipment and the export of fuel to the South African military or police.

29 May 1985 - Denmark prohibits new Danish investment into South West Africa - Namibia or South Africa.

5 June 1985 - The Australian Government announces that it will boycott any company with a majority South African ownership. 

7 June 1985 - The Norwegian Government introduces the following measures:

  • Norway's import of goods from South Africa will be subject to automatic licensing, and opportunities to reduce trade with South Africa will be evaluated by the authorities in cooperation with business, industries and organizations concerned.
  • In co-operation with the parties concerned, the Ministry of Justice should consider a statutory prohibition on the sale of Norwegian crude oil to South Africa.
  • In cases where raw materials have traditionally been imported from
    South Africa for processing in Norway and where the switch to other suppliers would imply considerable extra costs, the Government will consider the question of giving government financial aid to help the companies concerned to readjust.
  • Following an understanding between the Government and the Norwegian Shipowners' Association, a scheme will be set up to ensure that the authorities can record transport of crude oil to South Africa on ships registered in Norway. The Norwegian Shipowners' Association will send these records to the Ministry of Trade and Commerce in the form of quarterly reports on the volume of oil transported and number of ships involved."

18 June 1985 - Finland's parliament's foreign affairs committee appeals to the Finnish government to end all economic relationships with apartheid South Africa.

19 June 1985 -  UN Security Council resolution 566:

  • "14. Urges Member States of the United Nations that have not done so to consider in the meantime taking appropriate voluntary measures against South Africa, which could include:
  1. Stopping of new investments and application of disincentives to this end;
  2. Re-examination of maritime and aerial relations with South Africa;
  3. The prohibition of the sale of krugerrands and all other coins minted in South Africa;
  4. Restrictions in the field of sports and cultural relations."

6 July 1985 - Canada introduces a series of measures against the apartheid government:

  • enforcing the UN Security Council's recommendation regarding the prohibition of imports of South African manufactured armaments;
  • stopping the sale of equipment such as computers to the South African police, armed forces, and other South African departments and agencies involved in the enforcement of apartheid;
  • issuing guidelines on the boycotting of sporting contacts between nationally-representative South African and Canadian athletes;
  • strengthening its voluntary Code of Conduct concerning employment practices of Canadian companies operating in South Africa;
  • discouraging the sale of Krugerrands;
  • terminating the applicability of insurance policies issued by the EDM to South Africa;
  • terminating toll-processing of Namibian uranium imported through South Africa;
  • scrapping the double tax agreement with South Africa;
  • close monitoring of contacts between the South African government or its agents, and Canadian federal departments

26 July 1985 - Following the State of Emergency declared in South Africa, UN Security Council resolution 569:

  • "6. Urges States Members of the Organization to adopt measures against the Republic of South Africa, such as the following:
  1. Suspension of all new investment in the Republic of South Africa;
  2. Prohibition of the sale of krugerrands and all other coins minted in South Africa;
  3. Restrictions in the field of sports and cultural relations;
  4. Suspension of guaranteed export loans;
  5. Prohibition of all new contracts in the nuclear field;
  6. Prohibition of all sales of computer equipment that may be used by the South African army and police;
  • "7. Commends those States which have already adopted voluntary measures against the Pretoria Government and urges them to adopt new provisions, and invites those which have not yet done so to follow their example."

19 August 1985 - The Australian foreign minister announced a number of measures in its parliament:

  1. Australia is to close its Trade Commission in Johannesburg from the end of September 1985;
  2. The Government is to prohibit exports to South Africa of petroleum and petroleum products, computer hardware equipment and any other products known to be of use to the South African security forces and is to prohibit the import from South Africa of krugerrands and all other coins minted in South Africa and all arms, ammunition and military vehicles;
  3. All new investment in South Africa by the Australian Government and public authorities has been suspended except for that which is necessary to maintain Australian diplomatic and consular representation in South Africa;
  4. All Australian banks and other financial institutions have been asked to suspend making new loans, either directly or indirectly, to borrowers in South Africa;
  5. Direct investment by the South African government or its agencies in Australia has been prohibited.
  • "In addition, the Government has placed an embargo on all new government contractual dealings with majority-owned South African firms for contracts above $ 20,000 and has decided to terminate all export facilities available through the Export Finance Insurance Corporation, the Export Market Development Grant Scheme and the Australian Overseas Projects Corporation and certain industry assistance to such firms.
  • "The Government has decided also to avoid government procurement of supplies from South African sources save that necessary for the maintenance of Australian diplomatic and consular representation in Southern Africa and to restrict government sales of goods and services to South Africa."

9 September 1985 - The President of the USA issued an executive order:

  • banning computer exports to police, military and security forces and agencies "involved in the enforcement of apartheid."
  • Banning the import of military vehicles or arms produced in SA.
  • prohibiting the export of nuclear technology except those required to carry out international agreements on the spread of nuclear arms, or those deemed necessary to protect public health and safety.
  • In accordance with an executive order of the President of the USA, banning the importation of krugerrands into the United States.
  • In accordance with an executive order of the President of the USA, loans to South Africa are banned, excluding "loans which improve economic opportunities, or educational, housing and health facilities that are open and accessible to South Africans of all races."

10 September 1985 - The European Community, Portugal and Spain adopts the following measures against South Africa:

  •  "a strictly monitored embargo on the export to South Africa of weapons and para-military equipment; 
  • a strictly monitored embargo on the import from South Africa of weapons and para-military equipment;
  • rejection of all co-operation in the military field;
  • the recalling of military attaches from the Republic of South Africa and the refusal to accredit military attaches of the Republic of South Africa;
  • discouragement of cultural and scientific agreements except where these will contribute to the elimination of apartheid or will not support that system;
  • a freeze on official contacts and international agreements in the field of sports and security;
  • the elimination of oil exports to the Republic of South Africa;
  • the elimination of exports of sensitive equipment intended for the South African Army and Police; and
  • a ban on all new co-operation in the nuclear field."

1986 - The USA introduces mandatory sanctions against South Africa.

25 August 1993 - A young American, Amy Biehl, is stoned and stabbed to death in Gugulethu after dropping off some friends.

15 October 1993 - FW de Klerk and Nelson Mandela share the Nobel Peace prize for ending apartheid and laying the foundation for a multi-racial democracy in South Africa.

1994 - African National Congress (ANC) takes over power in South Africa.



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