Everything reflected on this page comes from the archives of Adriana This page is a tribute to Adriana and her dedication to exposing the truth about Genocide against the white minority in South Africa. Adriana Stujit dedicated her entire adult life to these people and I want to make sure she is not forgotten.
ADRIANA STUIJT REPORTS
ZATERDAG 7 MAART 2020 March 2020 Afrikaners: Murders and Culpable Homicides in South Africa UPDATE FROM 1 JAN 2019 TO PRESENT: From 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2019, the Death Rate of Afrikaners who died “unnatural deaths” were 233 in total. Bringing the total death rate of Afrikaners from 1 Jan 2019 to 29 February 2020 to 284 deaths. From a very visible minority of only 1,5million Boer people…
There were 7 farm murders since 1 January 2020 to 29 Feb 2020
Afrikaners are slaves under ANC-regimeThere are two forms of slavery for the defeated Afrikaner nation in South Africa:their children are often kidnapped into the very lucrative child sex-slavery trade; and about 1million homeless, impoverished Afrikaners are totally at the mercy of brutal feudal Afrikaner landlords: Poor Afrikaners often are forced to beg and work on ‘hell-farms’ for their survival:The feudal-slavery system has reared its ugly head in South Africa, where hundreds of thousands of impoverished, homeless Afrikaner whites, fleeing to smallholdings and farms for their survival, are abused by Afrikaner landlords as ‘begging-slaves’. The feudal landlords also confiscate all the income from frail elderly pensioners and force them to work on their ‘hell-farms’. This is all caused by the fact that Afrikaners ‘whites’, are denied most permanent jobs in South Africa: 96% of all the fulltime jobs in the public and private sector are reserved for ‘black Africans’ under the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act.
Above: Afrikaners begging in the streets are often the victims of feudal land-lords who force them to beg in exchange for food and board:
Child sex-slavery in South Africa:
Back in January 2005, when the Child protection units were still operating as specialist units inside the South African police service, many foreign news teams covered the horrific events as these units infiltrated the child sex-slavery gangs and rescued many girls and even young moms with small children from — mostly — Nigerian slavery-gangs. It was also seen on the videos that many of the enslaved children were Afrikaans: white and coloured children.
The international media attention registering the successes of the child protection units became so high that only a year later, the ANC-regime simply disbanded them and assigned the (mostly Afrikaner-) specialist-officers to ordinary desk-jobs. By March 2013, the South African government broadcasters were only reporting on the ‘sex-slavery’ of black children from other African countries into South Africa. link There are fewer reports of white children being sold into slavery. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still happen…
South Africa remains centre of Human Slavery Trade: US State Dept
South Africa is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. Children are trafficked mainly within the country, from poor rural areas to urban centers, such as Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, and Bloemfontein. Girls are subjected to sex trafficking and domestic servitude; boys are forced to work in street vending, food service, begging, criminal activities, and agriculture. Nigerian syndicates dominate the commercial sex trade within the country, though local criminal rings and street gangs organize child prostitution in a number of South Africa’s cities. Syndicates recruit and transport South African women to Europe and the Middle East, where they are forced into prostitution or domestic service. Traffickers control victims through intimidation and threats, use of force, withholding of passports, debt bondage, and forced use of drugs and alcohol. In 2011, South African trafficking victims were discovered in Bangladesh and Turkey. May 25 2013 – http://www.refworld.org/docid/4fe30c9620.html
We have compiled a video record of their excellent work of the special SAP unit which rescued so many enslaved children before they were disbanded.
January 2005 – “Afrikaans girls are forced into sex-slavery by Nigerian gangs”. In January 2005, the SAPS still had units trying to rescue these girls. By July 2013, very little news is published of children being rescued by the police. The video below shows the action while police rescue prostituted Afrikaner children and in one case, an Afrikaner mom who was forced into prostitution while they kept her small toddler hostage. She refused to take drugs – which is the usual way in which white and coloured Afrikaans-speaking children are prostituted. In all these cases, Nigerian gangs were involved. In January 2005, Journeyman Pictures followed a team of police officers around – all Afrikaners — as they a major child sex syndicate. Girls as young as ten were fed drugs to force them into a life of prostitution. “Priscilla was only 16 but already she’s a hardened drug-addicted prostitute.: I don’t know if I’ll see 21 years if it goes on like this,” she confides. “She was the victim of a nation-wide Nigerian sex syndicate, which rotates girls between brothels in four cities. Her 14 year old sister, Candice, was also being held captive. “Child exploitation attracts a lot of attention — it becomes more dangerous, it becomes more lucrative,” explains one police expert. “There’s even a website where pimps can advertise their girls. Most girls were enslaved after being force-fed drugs but more sinister methods were also used. One mother’s three year old son was abducted by her pimps to force her onto the street. Another child was brutally gang raped after she tried to run away. And another girl who refused adamantly to ‘cooperate’, was torched outside the Orange Farm squatter camp as an example to the others.
Unknown white girl torched outside Johannesburg squatter camp – but nobody noticed a thing…
The child-protection units in Gauteng province were disbanded by the ANC-regime ;
despite their high success rate and dedication to their work.
Uproar as police disband special Child Protection Units – Sept 24 2006
By Eleanor Momberg IOL.co.za: “Members of the police’s family violence, child protection and sexual offences (FCS) units in Gauteng have received their marching orders, and will take up positions as normal detectives at police stations across the province on Tuesday. This was confirmed by police spokesperson Director Selby Bokaba, who refused to comment further on the “redeployment” of the members saying he did not want those affected to read about their transfers in the media. “This affects the entire policing in Gauteng; it is not just about certain units so some members will not be affected,” said Bokaba. Information about the transfers would be communicated “when the time is right”. Reports that the FCS and other specialised units would be disbanded have abounded for several years, with police saying the moves were aimed at improving expertise at police-station level. Members of the anti-hijacking unit, the former narcotics bureau and the endangered species protection unit are among those who have already been redeployed to police stations. NGOs and unit members confirmed experts employed in the FCS were informed of their redeployment’s on Tuesday, and that they received formal notification on Thursday. As of Tuesday the FCS units in Gauteng, the first province to be affected by the move, would cease to exist. Child and adult victims of rape, family violence and abuse will have to report to their local police stations where detectives will handle their cases. The redeployment of particularly the FCS has been criticised by opposition politicians, child and women’s rights groups, who slammed the lack of consultation about the change, saying the move was detrimental to child and women victims of rape and abuse. Mike Waters, social development spokesperson for the Democratic Alliance, said service delivery would be hampered as cases already under investigation would be sub-divided between the police stations where FCS members would be stationed. Waters was concerned about the fact that there were no offices for the members to report to on Tuesday, that they had no phones or desks and that police stations did not have the specially equipped interview rooms the FCS had to interview children and rape victims about their ordeals. The DA and the Ithemba trauma and rape centre called on Charles Nqakula, the safety and security minister, to intervene in line with government’s policy of no tolerance of crimes against women and children and reverse the decision to scrap the units. “He should rather create more child protection units around the country,” said Waters. Phillip Stoneman of Ithemba said they worked closely with Benoni FCS whose members had been redeployed to Daveyton and Tembisa, assisting the unit by doing the forensic examinations, medical exams such as blood tests, providing medical treatment where required, and helping victims of sexual offences, child abuse and family violence through trauma counseling. Carrie Shelver of People Opposed to Women Abuse said the crisis that already existed was being made worse by the actions of police management. “There are already an unacceptably high number of cases that are thrown out of court … and countless don’t make the point of prosecution because of poor investigation,” she said. http://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/uproar-as-police-disband-special-units-1.294921#.UgX43n8l9Fk
“Bring back specialised police units dealing with violent sexual crimes”: 2013: Yusuf Abramjee, Pretoria News
By 2013, Yusuf Abramjee’s wrote in his column ‘We can all do something about rape’ (Pretoria News) that the specialised police units dealing with violent sexual crimes should be brought back; and that officers should be trained to deal with such crimes. The SAPS claimed however that all these crimes were ‘covered by the “Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) units” installed in 2012. He claims a ‘high success rate’ with a conviction rate of 73 percent for “crimes against women above 18 years old and 70.04 percent for crimes against children under 18.” However the word ‘child sex-slavery’ hardly ever is mentioned any more by the SA news media – unless they are writing about other countries. As far as the ANC-regime is concerned, these are all ‘sex-crimes’. http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/rape-police-ask-for-your-help-1.1469440#.UgX8j38l9Fk
Sex-slavery gangs still actively kidnapping Afrikaans children, from home and school:
Meanwhile the slavery gangs remain very active, with frequent warnings on Afrikaners’ Facebook pages of specific people lurking about at their schools, looking for children to kidnap.. And when they are, the facts are very carefully hidden – very little is reported about these events in the SA news media these days. Above all, the ANC-regime does not want any ‘bad publicity… and the safety of Afrikaans, coloured and white, as well as Indian children is nothing the ANC-regime worries about.’
We have recorded several examples of Afrikaans girls who were kidnapped recently, and mysteriously ‘found back again’. The circumstances remain murky, and we do not know what happened to these children while they were ‘missing’ from their homes. And as soon as the ‘missing persons’ announcements are made, there are immediate claims of ‘hoaxes’ by SA police sources. This has become a trend this past year.
So we don’t know what really happened to these children:
Joyline Pretorius, 15, possibly kidnapped en route from her Booysen home to Afrikaans Hercules High School – May 8 2013: