Kill The Boer is vital for anyone who wishes to understand the farm attack/murder phenomenon within the greater context of the South African milieu.”
– Roman Cabanac, Politicsweb
Kill the Boer highlights why these attacks are different – in their disproportionate frequency, the extreme brutality, the crucial role that farmers have to play in uplifting South Africa, and the unique circumstances they find themselves in.
To what extent is the South African government complicit in these attacks?
Learn about the history of land ownership and the extent of hate speech and racism in South Africa, particularly targeting white farmers.
If you enjoy books about crime, history, and politics then you will find this book fascinating, because it illuminates for the first time the true extent of a crisis from which the world should learn.
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