Christian persecution and Genocide project

Welcome to the Christian persecution and genocide project brought to you by the WCSTG Foundation in Texas.

You are not alone

Dear fellow crusader

Never in our wildest dreams, did we anticipate, that we would have to report, on Genocide in South Africa. 

Yet, these times have found us.

Help us secure justice and compensation for the thousands of victims of hate crime and asylum seekers.

Help support the thousands of Christians living in exile and those now ostracised into poverty and squatter camps.

There are many in the world, that are uninformed about the suffering and the existential threat to, Christian minorities. 

Why are the churches not speaking out, where is the outrage and why are the pulpits still quiet?

Please invite our fellow Christians to join us.

Show them the atrocities on our website and help us facilitate counter measures by humanitarian and faith based organisations as well as state departments.

Let us pray together.

And let us, do all things in God’s name and be guided by His will ONLY.

The Editor

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Take Action

You can do this from home as often and whenever you like.

We need your skills. Volunteer just an hour of your day/week/month.

Become a fellow custodian of the body of evidence on crimes against humanity.

Become an activist that defend the rights of Christians to Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. 

Instead of just talking about the problem, you will be doing something about the problem.

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Make a Difference

We cannot do this without facts and empirical evidence.

Without the facts, we can not expedite relief to the ostracised.

Without the facts, we cannot seek justice and compensation for the victims.

Without facts we can not stand up to lying politicians, or offer support during asylum hearings.

Without facts we cannot expose mainstream media or repudiate claims that simply dismiss these atrocities, as normal crime.

We are currently working hard on a comprehensive database of victims of hate crime.

Help us prepare the dossiers required by International Tribunals, and help compile the data for our reports to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR)

It is a mammoth task of searching through news reports, finding reliable sources, tracking down families of the victims, verifying police case numbers and tracking the status of criminal litigation.

It is a work in progress by more than 70 volunteers in the U.S and South Africa. But even volunteers need encouragement to remain dedicated.

Show them, that you support their work and make a donation.

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About our reports

The Christian persecution and genocide project, focus on Christian Minorities subject to eminent existential threat.
(Not Christianity as a whole)

We report on hate crime, large scale oppression, economic discrimination and factors that promote forced displacement.

Wherever Christians are subjected to rape, torture and murder, swift and decisive action must be taken and relief expedited.

We do not limit our efforts, to the size of property owned by the victim or hinge relief on the victims’ occupation.

All lives matter!

Whether the persecution and victimization occur in a rural or urban setting, regardless of whether the victim is a farmer, plumber or doctor.

Justice for the Victims

The U.S. have demonstrated a renewed interest, in demanding accountability from African leaders such as Zuma and Ramaphosa with the Guptas and several banking institutions recently being reigned in on fraud and corruption, because of the direct intervention by organisations such as the WCSTG Foundation.

Part of the mandate of WCSTG Foundation, include filing our reports with U.S. State Departments under the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018.

In addition under International law, the WCSTG Foundation, will provide our dossiers to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), and help seek remedy and compensation for the victims of hate crime, as well as seek prosecution to the full extend of the law of advocates of hate crime and offenders of “Mala in Se” under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

Our dossier on crimes against humanity in South Africa include establishing Mens Rea (knowledge that one’s action or lack of action would cause a crime to be committed) and Dolus Specialis (the intent, knowledge, recklessness, or negligence elements of genocide):

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