Mr Adam McCarthy the Australian High Commissioner in South Africa needs to go. The Australian High commissioner reported to react badly when presented with a memorandum on Black Monday 29 April 2019, a legal document on the day of mourning for South African white farmers. In contrast the Americans received it well clearly more experienced in dealing with hostile and highly volatile situations in other countries. Australia needs to replace him with someone that have more courage. Poor black South Africans are screaming for blood, they are disillusioned with their democracy, a democracy that has only brought them more poverty and suffering than the system they reviled - Apartheid (a semi dictatorship). Of course the fact that things would be very different if the ANC didn't steal an estimated R700 billion and grossly mismanaged the country does not lessen their anger in any way. ANC is using the land issue to deflect blame from their failure and theft, and to redirect anger away from themselves onto white South African farmers a small defenceless minority. The EFF (Julius Malema) is summoning Apartheid from the grave to sweep up the masses and redirect anger from the ANC (they are in league with) towards the whites. What they don't consider is the obvious fact that once the poor is finished with the whites and other Africans (north of the border Africans), they will be coming for the ANC elite, because a white genocide will only worsen their situation ten fold, wiping out the only tax payers in the country. South Africa is no place for cowardice, Australia needs to replace Adam McCarthy the Australian High Commissioner with someone who are able to deal with the situation without fear. You shun any of the potential targets the poor black masses could turn on (whites, other black Africans, ANC wealthy elite) you are effectively painting a bullseye on their back, he needs to understand that HIS actions can result in many deaths.... this is too important, get a clue or get out. This is people's lives you are ****ing around with. There are hundreds of thousands of South Africans in Australia and we are watching. ps. I was wearing black yesterday... Black Monday.