| Bradley Stein was 17 in 1988, and now, three decades later, he wants to find a closure.
Jensburg – Bradley Steyne was witness to the slaughter of black people by Birdy Stridum and White Square Streege in Pretoria when he was a teenager.
He was 17 in 1988, and now, three decades later, he wants to find a closure. Bradley published a video that received thousands of views, but was attacked by the White Right for not acknowledging his previous work and loyalty to the African National Congress (ANC) – and without focusing on what he calls "white genocide."
Steyn talked about how crime affects all South Africans and does not isolate white farmers as certain targets for criminals.
The killing campaign of Strydom also resulted in the injuries of many other black people. But, the victims remain unakennowged.
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