South African children are starving
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Unjust laws are created and implemented daily, forcing the European minority in my country into extinction.

How does one go about explaining to the world, your world through your own eyes?
I will try. Please bear in mind I am not a journalist, not ...
Unjust laws are created and implemented daily, forcing the European minority in my country into extinction.

How does one go about explaining to the world, your world through your own eyes?
I will try. Please bear in mind I am not a journalist, not an activist nor a politician. I am however, a poet, a writer of emotional seconds in verse, an artist, a radio presenter on a few small radio stations and a woman trying to make a difference about the injustices I see around me.
I live in a beautiful country, South Africa, with vast plains, river streams, mountains and coastal beauty but, within this beautiful country, a people- the European minority- is systematically impoverished, left homeless, hopeless and brutally murdered by ethnic hate and violence.
Unjust laws are created and implemented daily, forcing the European minority in my country into extinction. The (now) elderly who once built hospitals, roads and schools- in general, constructed a vigorously strong infrastructure comparable to that of the USA, are now forced to subsist on a pittance or worse yet, with no financial means available to them, languishing in shelters where they starve, survive on the bare minimum of care and have no access to proper medical care.
Old aged homes and shelters are being denied Government grants where funding would include any aid and support for the European ethnic group. Laws are being enforced to prohibit the European minority from having access to proper jobs, prohibiting their children from receiving a worthy education in their native language and from receiving Grants and funding that would improve their circumstances.
Crime against the European minority, urban and rural, is being dismissed as minor, European farmers especially, are specifically targeted for extremely violent and brutal attacks in their homes and on their farms. This has become a daily occurrence with the perpetrators rarely being brought to justice and the media is strongly discouraged in reporting the true extent of this Genocide.
This letter however is neither about complaining nor stating statistics but more a question of about what can be done to make life a little easier. What can you and I do for our own people?
I, under the name of “One Shoe Productions” with the help of small groups such as: “Oppie Koffie,” “Gawe Gawie,” “JP Smurf and Gang,” and “Donkeys for Jesus,” as well as caring,committed individuals are pooling our talents, skills and networks to arrange musical productions and shows in order to create awareness and generate revenue to ease the plight of our people. The revenue we generate, funds transition camps, old aged homes and children’s homes/orphanages to feed, clothe, house and care for the victims of this “selective” government system.
I am appealing for aid, contributions and support to be able to keep on staging shows and concerts, as sound engineers, musicians, venues, travelling, marketing, promotions, printing of posters, banners, show programs, photography, videography to name but a few, takes real money- and even though many kind hearts donate their expertise and services or charge a minimum fee, one cannot expect them to keep on giving at their own expense for an unlimited time.
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