Liberals Found Out What Happens When You Open Your Home To Refugees


Two liberals found out the hard way what can happen when you open your hearts and home to refugees – their act of kindness turned into a nightmare that nearly cost them their lives.


Andrew and Rae Wartnaby have taken in more than 100 displaced foreign nationals. (Amanda Khoza, News24)

Back in July, News 24 did an article titled “Meet the angels who opened their hearts and home to 143 lost strangers” which was a liberal lovefest about the kindness and generosity of the couple as well as how well behaved and grateful the Muslims were.

Andrew and Rae Wartnaby opened up their 50-acre farm to over 100 Muslim refugees who were reportedly displaced during ‘xenophobic attacks.’

“We just have a heart for children. We want children to have families, be fed and looked after. At the beginning of the attacks I wanted to go to Durban and help, but God said to me that I should not get involved now. He said we must wait and he would need us in the end,” said Rae.

When asked how the family was coping she said: “It’s been a day. Everybody is organized. We told everyone that they are welcome in our home and they are guests here.”


Displaced foreign nationals gather around the fire to keep warm in their new home in Cato Ridge. (Amanda Khoza, News24)

That was then. Things took a frightening turn.

News 24 did a followup article titled, “Refugees turn on their host.”

Here’s an excerpt:

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.

Andrew said the refugees cut and broke down the fence. “Then in the early hours of the morning, at around 2 am, they came smashing on my windows and doors and saying that they will kill me because I work for the government and I am not helping them.”

Andrew said that as he looked through a window, he saw the tent at the group’s camp engulfed in flames. “I immediately asked if everyone is okay but they kept shouting that tonight was my night and they will kill me. I haven’t slept since then,” said Andrew.

“When we took everyone in, we said we would try and help, which we have. But they feel like it has been too long and we let them down. I have asked that group to leave my farm, but they refuse to and to be honest, I don’t know what is going to happen. All I know is that I don’t want to be murdered tonight,” said Andrew.


At this time, the refugees are still in control of the farm, and the Wartnaby’s good intentions have not only cost them their home, they are in hiding in fear for their lives.

HT Americas Freedom Fighters 


  1. The family that choose to take them in,now tells them to leave, if they do,then other people that had nothing to do with them being there ,will have to deal with them,which is very wrong. Andrew and Rae Wartnaby were the libs that created this mess,that they want to unload on other people now. They should keep all of them there with them until they find a way to give them what they want.This should serve as a leason to future people that want to bring and house refugees here.Once you start it you will be held accountable to stay with it ,until its finished.

    • I have opened my heart and home several times to homeless people. It always ends the same way 1. The really bad one was being physically attacked and losing my home because I helped a homeless, white, American male in his twenties and then 2. a white lady in her sixties who treated my food and laundry as though it were unlimited and free (which it was to her as a guest) it’s just that she was such an ungrateful, selfish person and she even stole an antique bird figurine when leaving and some other people I welcomed as guests and they stole a lot of valuables. All white, all American. I was trying to help them better themselves and their situation and this is what I got for my help. No More. My heart and my door are both closed to anyone wanting to come into my home. I’m looking out for number one and my dogs. The rest of the world can go live with Obama and Mother Hillary.

  2. “Good Samaritan” comes from the parable, of course. Jesus was illusrating the point that we should extend ourselves, even if there is risk, to help others. Particularly if the others are strangers to us. So the real question is do we want to follow Christ’s teachings or do we choose to ignore their needs?

    Note that as of 6 months ago they had assisted 143 refugees without a problem but now, after who knows how many more have come through a few have caused problems.


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