Skin Grey - Bleed Red

Skin Grey - Bleed Red : Falling Like Flies

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Galley Proof. This is a Powerful book that is a Warning to all, Americans of what the US may look like if people continue with violent protest and refuse to come together as one. We discuss the danger of open borders without a proper immigration system and why we the people should come together and protect our borders and our way of life. America may very well look like SA in few years if people do not stop the violent behaviors, leaks on the young administration. It is time for all Believers appeal in prayer to God's Throne. As far as the fact, a Reader should always examine effects. The author is an immigrant to the US from South Africa; there is a short discussion about Immigration The author compares US historical events with that of South-Africa. There is an open discussion on racial differences and the origin of man and the curse of Ham. It discusses the genocide of the Afrikaner Boer tribe. Why is the world just standing by went thousands of Afrikaners are being murdered on farms? When Apartheid was in force South African economy shattered under harsh sanctioned. Did the World forget about White Afrikaners or do they see it as justice? How is this justice to all those that had nothing to do with the apartheid regime that is born in a supposedly free and equal South Africa? Will the White population decline to nonexistent in the US like in South Africa to a 9%. Included is the first (in revised format) book written by a black South African Author; Solomon Plaatje (one of the founders of the ANC): Native life In South Africa. I use Texas History and compare it with SA history; I talk about the turning point in Texas History (The Alamo) and South African History (Piet Retief Massacre).show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 37mm | 962g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514292653
  • 9781514292655