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He also says: "Over 4000 white farmers have been brutally murdered, often including torture and rape and mutilation."An increasing number of supporters believe the solution to this is for white South Africans - and white Zimbabweans and Namibians - to be allowed to "return" to whatever nation the majority of their ancestors are from - which in most cases is the Netherlands or the UK.

The petition compares white South Africans to Jews being allowed citizenship in Israel.

Susan Mulder, who signed the petition from Cape Town, said: "My life and the lives of my children are at risk daily."We love SA but are no longer welcome here in the country our ancestors built."We have no option but to ask for your help."Another supporter of the petition is Marischka Davies, living in Liverpool.She said: "I am a naturalised British citizen yet my mom is stuck on her own in South Africa."She should be growing old with her daughter and granddaughter."She has been attacked with an AK47 held to her head and is alone and traumatised.According to White Label Dating, their range of dating sites in South Africa (over 345) has seen huge growth in the past year.Membership numbers have increased by 800 percent while revenue for their dating sites has increased 10 times to over 1,153 percent.

White Label Dating is a UK based dating company which provides their partners with the services and software needed for them to create their own dating sites.They currently have over 4000 dating sites for singles from the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.While these dating sites appear independent, they do share member profiles between them allowing for more matches between members Read the press release for more information on the story.The online call to action demands the European Commission (EC) allows all white South Africans to obtain automatic European citizenship.The petition has already gained more than 1,000 supporters in just half a day.Rodrigo de Campos, who started the campaign, is gaining support for his belief that the "white South African population currently faces ethnic cleansing and persecutions" at the hands of the ruling ANC government, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party and "various individual anti-white aggressors".