People often question themselves about the donations that do to other people and for nations/people . This reflection makes sense because obviously we do not want our donations are routed to different things to help the people not want it to be used to buy things that they’re not food or clothing. In our opinion should not be denied to anyone help, however, we must recognize that there are people who deserve more help than others, not because they are predestined or better etc but because there are people which do not have a state where they can organize and have a state that protects them both in terms of safety and in social terms. Among the many people who find themselves in this group are the boerAfrikaners. It is true that the Boer Afrikaners are integrated in a state that is South Africa, but this state is far from protecting the Boer-Afrikaners. We see the number of Boer-Afrikaners unemployed to increase greatly due to policies such as affirmative action that harm Afrikaners even if they are competent at work, we see a number of farms confiscated to Afrikaners to increase the number of blacks or mestizos manage farms, we see the rise over the last 20 years of violence with thousands of Afrikaners killed and seriously injured. We see the free promotion of racism by politicians like Julius Malema or Jacob Zuma with musics like”kill the bóer, kill the farmer” and other actions
Of course Afrikaners feel that they don’t belong to the South Africa and it is deliberate. The result of all this is obvious – increase of poverty and hunger among Afrikaners. It is therefore essential to help these people who are unprotected and integrated in a state that despises them. It is true that there are other people who need help, who are starving, where there are many diseases but the responsibility to help these people is from their states. Afrikaners although they are in South Africa does not have enough political representation to be heard and therefore not have a state that protects both socially and physically.