Family that housed 100+ foreign refugees on farm attacked and threatened with murder by their 'guests'

File this one in the “no good deed goes unpunished” directory.  News24 in South Africa reports:

THE good Samaritans who took onto their farm over 100 refugees displaced by this year’s xenophobic violence, now claim they have been threatened with murder by the same people they had set out to help.

Besides property being destroyed, the ­family who took in the immigrants have also been accused of not helping them to be ­relocated back home or to another country, driving a chasm between them.

Owners of Hope Farm in Cato Ridge, ­Andrew and Rae Wartnaby, were yesterday forced to evacuate their 10 children from their farm house in fear that they would be attacked or used as “bargaining tools”.

This, after a group of the foreign nationals they are housing on their farm attacked their home in the early hours of yesterday morning and threatened to kill Andrew.

The Wartnabys took in about 139 foreign nationals from countries such as Burundi and the Congo, including children, after they were arrested for squatting at the Chatsworth Sport Ground where they had been living during the height of the ­xenophobic violence in the province.

Kind of reminds me of this:

Because they don’t have free wi-fi, a gang of African migrants in their tiny host town in Italy rioted, blocking streets, demonstrating and turning over garbage bins.

The refugees, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, have been in a villa in the Italian town of Ceranova, courtesy of the country’s taxpayers. Under Italian rules, they can not work, so they lounge about, spending their free time using Skype to call their families back home, Breitbart is reporting.

But it’s impossible to Skype without wi-fi, so they’re demanding faster service.

The protests began last week when the refugees began blocking the roads in the tiny town of 2,100 people. The riots escalated with the migrants trying to intimidate the local community by throwing garbage into the streets of the town.

They’re also demanding maid service paid for by the government.

Furious arguments erupted between the local community and the new arrivals, with the town’s mayor, Alessandro Grieco, forced to intervene personally in an attempt to calm matters.

“Obviously it’s very important for refugees to have access to the internet and not just so they can stay in touch with their families,” Barbara Spezzi, who manages a refugee centre near Turin, told The Local.

“The internet helps refugees keep up to date with what’s going on at home and in Italy which helps them integrate into Italian life. It’s also a great learning tool too; we had a case of a girl who was following her university lectures on YouTube”, he claimed.

The ideology of victimology is a cancer on humanity.

Hat tip: iOTW Report

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