The Red October movement, which claims an Afrikaner genocide is happening right now in South Africa, support their claims with misinformation and statistics that have been proven to be false.
"Afrikaner women are lower than rats, closer related to plants, just fit enough to be raped in an act of genus preservation."
That's pretty denigrating stuff. It strays dangerously close to hate speech. The person who wrote those words must have a deep and abiding hate of Afrikaners.
So who wrote them?
A search for the quotation turns up around 4 500 results on Google. The first two pages at least attribute them directly to Nobel Literature Prize winner, Nadine Gordimer. Many of the pages express outrage that they spring from the very works for which she has been globally recognised as an intellectual leader.
One of the sites uses the quotation as a justification for rampant anti-Semitism.
And the quote has made its most recent appearance in a column published on Praag.co.za, a self-styled pro-Afrikaans online newspaper that claims, "breaking news, bold views".
The piece was written by "conservative columnist" Albert Brenner, in response to columns written by Chris McEvoy, Nicky Falkoff, Georgina Guedes (that's me)...