American Freedom Party: Members Attend 2nd Annual South Africa Project Rally

From the American Freedom Party’s website: 

 | May 5, 2013 | Comments (0)

If a number of Americans are asked if they know what is happening to white people in South Africa, invariably the majority of responses, especially from young people, will run something like: “There are white people in Africa?” The few respondents who at least know that millions of whites still live on the “dark continent” can usually recollect information prior to the end of white South African rule–so called Apartheid–because that is all we ever hear about South Africa. The South Africa Project Rally! hopes to change that.

Most people obtain historical perspective and an understanding of current events from movies and other pop-cultural channels. Numerous movies, songs, and news reports have covered the “liberation struggle” in South Africa. Everyone knows who Nelson Mandela is. What people don’t know is that South Africa is now governed by Marxists and is in a state of decline. Crime is out of control, anti-white racism is at an unparalleled level, and the white farming community–once the breadbasket of Africa for hundreds of years–is being systematically liquidated.

On April, 27th Free America Rally activists from Oregon, New York, and elsewhere held tandem South Africa Project demonstrations in the hope of spreading awareness amongst our countrymen concerning the plight of our people in an area of the world not many Americans usually think about.

Beginning at the South African consulate in New York City and ending their demonstration at Plaza square, FAR’s New York Team advertized their banner before sizable crowds, reaching thousands of people with a message that the various mega-media outlets were too scared, too politically correct, or too corrupt to present to the American people.

In Oregon, FAR activists set up a table and unfurled banners and flags outside of a courthouse in Oregon City. Finding less traffic in the area than they had hoped, the activists changed locations to a nearby transit center, where they were rewarded by several enthusiastic honks and other expressions of support.

The way forward for our people is the recognition of our international kinship. When whites the world over begin to understand that we truly are in this together, then our people can begin to work with one another and to ensure each others safety, regardless of where we live on this planet.
White people are not always the most popular people. Especially over the last several decades, our race has been blamed for everything that is wrong with the world. While utter hogwash, making us out to be the bad guy of history has real world consequences. In places like South Africa (and South Los Angeles for that matter), white people are treated poorly by the majority non-white inhabitants and nobody is willing to speak up about it.

Our European-American communities are our concern. It’s that simple. As my house is my house, and my children are my children, our people ought to matter to us because they are ours and no one else cares. They are the same as you and I. We owe them our effort and solidarity because our only hope is to have theirs in return. We are in this together, and together we can win!

To see pictures and a video, please go to this link: 

http://afreedomparty.us/?p=10093 

10 thoughts on “American Freedom Party: Members Attend 2nd Annual South Africa Project Rally

  1. Nicholas Sarwark

    The few respondents who at least know that millions of whites still live on the “dark continent” can usually recollect information prior to the end of white South African rule–so called Apartheid–because that is all we ever hear about South Africa.

    “So-called” by the National Party from their takeover in 1948 until their dissolution in 1997. A passing fad, I’m sure.

  2. paulie

    We at IPR should try to strive and provide more minor-party coverage, not just the “Big Three”.

    Feel free.

    white South African rule–so called Apartheid

    The term came from its proponents, as far as I know.

  3. Cody Quirk

    As sympathetic as I am to the Afrikaner plight in SA, there’s obviously more to this Project Rally then meets the naked eye.

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