In his book and bestseller The Madness of Crowds, Douglas Murray sets out to explain why societies are now so characterised by conflict.
Public relations company Bell Pottinger, headquartered in London is now famous for its campaign to get white South Africans killed.
A “gruesome” massacre of farmers in northeastern Nigeria killed at least 110 people, the United Nations has said.
As long as victims are part of a minority human rights violations is observed with folded arms by the South African Human Rights Commission
At an average of 20 000 murders per annum, more than 530 000 people have been murdered in South Africa during ANC rule.
The missionary report on Genocide in South Africa by Dr. Peter Hammond who has witnessed and survived some of the worst war zones in the world
The world must know about crimes against humanity says brother in arms and veteran Colonel (Ret) Chris Wyatt of the Unites States Army.
Silence on crimes against humanity in South Africa. Parliament of Canada faces tough choice: plead ignorance or stand complicit.
Black Monday - South Africans gather to pay tribute to those rural South Africans brutally tortured and murdered on farms.
Laura-Lynn Thompson provincial leader of the Christian Heritage Party in Canada is concerned about the farm murder situation in South Africa.
The story of a failing democracy made headlines this week as the media and government could no longer hide South Africa's dirty secret.
We take a look at how the New York Times distorts the genocide narrative covering the trial of Brendan Horner's murderers in Senekal.
Julius Malema and his cadres spent the week inciting Civil War, first on social media, and today on a major television network in Africa.
On October 12th, President Cyril Ramaphosa released a letter blaming others for the ANC's failures in preventing the murder of Brendin Horner
South Africa's "Dear Leader and Commander in Chief" Julius Selo Malema claims that the majority of Indians are racists.
Watch the video: Professor Jordan Peterson on the discourse that precedes genocidal states like South Africa.
Justice for Brendin. Any civil society should be judged by how they treat the vulnerable, and those that do not seek confrontation or war.
The Chief of the Nama people, the pastoral subset of the Khoisan, spoke out against the continued slaughter of farmers in South Africa.
The powerful and influential King of the AmaZulu called for an immediate end to farm attacks, describing them as senseless.
A country at war with itself. You have an infinitely better chance to survive on Mars than in South Africa - Elon Musk