Will The U.S. Go “Into the Cannibal’s Pot”?

“Mercer convincingly shows that even a highly successful, economically vibrant country like pre-Mandela South Africa can be dismantled in a matter of years and turned into a chaotic, blood-drenched wasteland. The warning signs are already obvious here.”

The Census Bureau’s announcement that a majority of births in the U.S. last year were non-white makes Ilana Mercer’s latest book, Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa more relevant to Americans than ever.

Not surprisingly, no mainstream publisher would have anything to do with this a stunning indictment of the state of affairs in Bantu-ruled South Africa, even though most praised the book as “well-written”, “riveting”, and “worthy of publication”. After all, the South Africa ruled by Afrikaners (“Boers”) was the international bogeyman of the Left—and the politically-correct Right.

When in 1994, the communist terrorist Nelson Mandela and his white-hating ANC party took over and began dismantling one of the most successful countries in the world, the new South Africa, effectively ruled by Mandela’s Xhosa tribe, became the darling of the Western commentariat. Mandela, like Martin Luther King, became a secular saint to politically-correct Westerners and any criticism of either Mandela or post-1994 South Africa is either ignored or drowned in politically-correct indignation. The bombings and brutal murders (like the infamous “necklacings” where Blacks opposed to the ANC would have a tire thrown around their necks and set on fire) are conveniently disregarded by the “Madiba’s” Western sycophants.


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