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The Historical Context of ‘Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer’ – Carl Niehaus Speaks Out

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In this thought-provoking piece, Carl Niehaus, President of ARETA (African Radical Economic Transformation Alliance), sheds light on the historical context surrounding the controversial liberation struggle song, “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer.”

His primary focus is on condemning the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) utilization of this chant as a means to exploit and stoke unfounded fears among white voters in order to secure their support.

Niehaus urges the Afrikaans-speaking community in South Africa to introspect and question whether they are being influenced and directed to react in a specific manner by opportunistic politicians, particularly John Steenhausen within the Democratic Alliance. By sparking critical thinking and highlighting potential manipulation, he aims to enhance awareness and foster informed decision-making.

While expressing his personal stance, Niehaus clarifies that he holds no issue with singing and chanting the phrases “kill the poor, kill the farmer” within the historical framework of the liberation struggle. Moreover, he firmly asserts that the African Radical Economic Transformation Alliance, of which he serves as President, will unflinchingly embrace these words.

By presenting these arguments and shedding light on the manipulation surrounding the chant “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer”, Niehaus invites readers to critically engage with this issue and consider the broader socio-political implications it carries.



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