Katie Hopkins har interviewet hvide farmere og en politimand – de fortæller alle den samme historie:
Multiple sources including politicians, serving officers, and informants inside international research centers and across agricultural unions tell me the South African police force is actively arming and facilitating farm attacks. That the perpetrators of murder, torture, and assault are protected from arrest or prosecution via their political affiliations, and that police officers are paid to turn a blind eye.
The sergeant tells me that when a crime-in-progress is called in, there are routinely 16 or 17 cars out on patrol. He says typically only two of them respond. Some claim their radio stopped working. Others say that they were at lunch. And even when they do respond, they don’t make an arrest because the perpetrator is a “brother.”
Being a brother is not about color; it’s about political affiliation. If you are part of the African National Congress (ANC), EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), or Black Land First (BLF) organizations, you are a brother.
He tells me that if he arrests someone with a membership card for the ANC, no one in the station will help him process the arrest; he is on his own. He estimates that nationally, EFF members make up 30%—35% of the police force. He says the ANC and EFF are two heads of the same beast, the ANC functions to appease an international audience, the EFF carries out the real political damage to whites, at the grass roots.