Saturday, 30 May 2015


I see that Rodrigo de Campos, a Brazilian, is behind a campaign and petition to get the EU to allow white South Africans (and Namibians and Rhodesians) to return to Europe.

Brazilian begs EU to take in SA whites

So I have decided to start a petition as well. I am petitioning the governments of Nigeria, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda with the following message:
"The Bantu tribes of South Africa originally migrated from the area where Nigeria is today to the Great Lakes region and from there South to where South Africa is today. The South African president Jacob Zuma has repeatedly said that all their troubles started when they met white people in 1770 at the Great Kei River. These whites who have been in South Africa since 1652 systematically oppressed the Bantu tribes to the extent that they are still suffering tremendously today and will probably never recover. Today the white people of South Africa make up only 9% of the population, but according to the ANC Bantu government are still oppressing the blacks after 21 years of the ANC being in charge. In order to escape this vicious oppression by whites, the Central African countries of Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and Nigeria are therefore petitioned to come to the rescue of these oppressed Bantus and allow them the right to return to their ancestral mother countries."

Now when we are finished with that then we will petition the Indian government to allow the Indians to return and the Malaysian government to allow the Cape Malays to return and the Chinese to let the Chinese return. Then we will petition England to allow all the Australians and New Zealanders to return and then the rest of the north and central African governments to allow the Africans from Europe and the USA to return and all the Arab countries to allow the Arab speaking people from Europe to return…and so on and so forth.

Please sign my petition here:

Allow the Bantu tribes of South Africa the right to return to their ancestral mother countries

Originally published at Mike Smith's Political Commentary

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