It’s been several years since the KTI first proposed it, but a move to provide South African Boer families with safe haven in Hungary has come a big step closer with what László Toroczkai, mayor of the southern Hungarian town of Ásotthalom has described as a “historic moment”.
This was the first visit of an Afrikaner farmer delegation to his town which arrived there last weekend.
“After long preparations, the first Boer delegation from South Africa arrived,” Mayor Toroczkai announced on Facebook.
Posting a picture of himself with three of the Afrikaner farmers, Toroczkai wrote that “here we are having an inspection of the [Serbia] border [near the town], but we are also discussing economic—primarily agricultural—cooperation opportunities and a larger Boer-Hungarian economic and political meeting.
“Tens of thousands of Boers are looking for a new home in the world because of extreme racism, discrimination and untenable public security [in South Africa], and Europe [the EU] is an accomplice [in creating this situation],” he continued.
“I would like our country to [be the first] in the European Union to start to [offer sanctuary to them] in the future, because they have European roots, and are persecuted Christians.”
‘Operation Ark’, as we named the concept, is vital to the future of the Boers who, as a tiny and shrinking minority, face oppression, the theft of their land and the slaughter of their families under the Communist ANC regime. It is also vital for east European countries such as Hungary to find ways to increase their own still dangerously low birth-rates.
The KTI remains ready and willing to give any and every help we can to this wonderful project.