Back in 2008, violent ethnic-based attacks all across South Africa, primarily by members of black tribes native to South Africa upon black immigrants from north of the border, made worldwide news headlines. More than 60 people died during these incidents.1 Although the Marxists didn’t wet their pants as they generally do when white people express even implicit “xenophobic” or “racist” tendencies, they still made an effort at least to use these attacks as proof that the religion of multiculturalism hasn’t been effectively imprinted on the hearts and minds of many South Africans – and as justification to intensify their attacks on the continued existence of providentially ordained ethnic boundaries. One of the greatest favors which the former National Party Afrikaner government of South Africa did for the black tribes of Southern Africa was acknowledging the uniqueness and significance of their culture, on which grounds they granted them their own ethnostates as homelands. This led to great peace and increasing prosperity among black South Africans during the twentieth century.
Last week, violent attacks and riots reminiscent of the 2008 assaults erupted in black townships in Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. Conflicts between Somalis and Zimbabweans, both immigrant groups, led to several deaths and resulted in riots from the native black community in Johannesburg, where mobs of native blacks looted foreign-owned shops, resulting in ninety-three arrests in the area2 In Port Elizabeth, attacks on Somali shopowners by members of the native Xhosa community were also reported.3
Cultural Marxists claim to have the interests of all humanity in mind when they promote their neo-Babelist, genocidal, borderless policies, opposition to which is always met with accusations of “racism” and “xenophobia,” but the reality is that research and empirical evidence have shown that it is beneficial to all people to live in ethnostates. The biblical model of nationhood, when applied with wisdom, indeed leads to the peace and goodwill that Christ alone brings to mankind (Luke 2:14), contrary to the never-ending violence and chaos which are the fruits of the godless foundation on which South Africa is currently built.