Jeffrey Prather and Tristan Searra discuss South Africa’s RACE WAR on “Prather Point” – Brighteon.TV
By Kevin Hughes // Oct 18, 2023

Former intelligence officer Jeffrey Prather and his guest Tristan Searra talked about the race war happening in South Africa during the Oct. 13 episode of "The Prather Point" on Brighteon.TV.

The "real" race war is happening in South Africa, according to Prather. But mainstream media outlets only "cover stories, history stories or recent stories about White-on-Black violence internationally, and do not cover any Black-on-White violence." Prather added that the violence against White farmers is a corollary to what is being attempted in America.

"It's happening to farmers in South Africa, terrible things – murders [and] rapes are happening. But the problem is, the radicalized Marxist Black Lives Matter movement is in the cities, the feral cities as well."

Searra, an American security expert born in South Africa, told Prather that the farmer murders have jumped by 56 percent since the beginning of 2023. He also noted that while Black-on-White murders make up 92 percent of the murders, Black-on-Black murders are also being recorded. Moreover, Searra also mentioned that some of his friends in South Africa claim the hatred toward White people is no longer a crime – something mainly driven by young people being brainwashed to deem White South Africans as boogeymen.

Prather also noted that the Black-led government of South Africa under the leadership of its President Cyril Ramaphosa has advocated for the murder of Whites. This worsening, Searra said in reply, was one of the reasons why he became an American.

Searra: South Africa codified anti-White policies

Searra, a former competitor in "The Apprentice: South Africa," noted that White South Africans are having a difficult time getting a job in the country as they are the so-called "last class." This phenomenon, he added, is also happening in the U.S. right now. Searra also remarked that while White South Africans are the smallest minority in the country, they comprise more than 87 percent of taxpayers.

Because of the government appropriating the lands of White farmers, most of them have left and sold their lands for next to nothing. Pretoria has also failed to deliver its promise to White citizens that they will be given jobs. Searra also mentioned that Cape Town, South Africa's legislative capital, has codified anti-White policies that hurt businesses.

"The government put in financial regulations against White individuals – [they] may not have a company in South Africa," he told Prather. "[They] may not own more than 51 percent [of a company]. [They] have to have a Black partner, and specifically Black – not Asian, not colored, not Indian. We have 11 official languages, but it has to be a Black partner – which, for me, was reverse racism to a huge degree."

According to the security expert, some of his friends in the same markets are trying to compete in getting Black partners and bringing someone just for paperwork to be filled out. Such a move is eventually meaningless, as the government still gets the big share of the market.

Ultimately, Searra mentioned that the land grabs and farmer killings all boil down to the destruction of infrastructure. This ensures that people will rely on the state for their money, given the country's unemployment. Lack of jobs breeds crime and hatred, something South Africa is seeing firsthand. (Related: South Africa, the first country premised on ‘critical race theory,’ is now imploding.)

Prather ultimately remarked that the race war, which seeks to divide people, is failing in America. He added that this attempt to sow discord isn't working as there is no racism happening at all, although he acknowledged that prejudice – a part of human nature – is always there.

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Watch the Oct. 13 episode of "The Prather Point" below. "The Prather Point" with Jeffrey Prather airs every Friday at 10-11 a.m. and every Saturday at 7-8 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

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