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Not only do the shows earn cachet for the Networks, an anthem in Afrikaans, while hoisting th..VIEW MOREIlvy Njiokiktjien1 of 18portfolioHow a Right-Wing South African Group Incites a New Wave of White FearElles van GelderJun 26 2015LightBox NewsletterSign up to receive the latest from TIME’s photo editors ViewSampleWhen Dylann Storm Roof the suspect in last week’s mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston South Carolina told his victims that black people “are raping our women and taking over the country” he was echoing a belief held by white nationalists worldwide who feel that their way of life is under threat from people of color be they in the United States Europe or South AfricaRoof is thought to have penned an inchoate manifesto laying out fears of a “white genocide” in the days leading up to the attack On a Facebook page attributed to him he can be seen stomping on the American flag and proudly wearing the flags of white-ruled Rhodesia and apartheid-era South AfricaRelatedportfolioThe Small Town Police Force Behind the Viral Photo of an OverdoseportfolioThe Small Town Police Force Behind the Viral Photo of an OverdoseIn South Africa the old flag on the jacket of Dylann has created uproar and discussion A lot of people don’t want South Africa to be linked to what happened in Charleston and say that even the old flag has nothing to do with hate crimes Still South African columnist Max du Preez feels there is a link to be made: “No apartheid didn’t aim to wipe out black South Africans But that doesn’t change the fact that apartheid was an extremely violent ideology and state policy In short: at the heart of apartheid was the belief that a black life was worth less than a white life Dylann Roof believes that too” he wrote for the South African website News 24It is unlikely that Roof had any direct connection to South Africa but the ideology of white primacy and whites under threat that may have inspired his actions on the night of June 17 still exists in a country that only 25 years ago brought an end to the legal separation of blacks from whites Though rare there are still white communities in South Africa who believe that separation must be maintainedPhotographer Ilvy Njiokiktjien and writer Elles van Gelder followed a group of white South African teens who attended a camp designed to enforce those beliefsAfter a three-hour drive from Johannesburg the boys aged between 13 and 19 spill from the bed of a rusty truck lugging huge bags full of military clothing "There are old blood stains on my uniform" one of them says as he trades his sneakers for army boots Shouted orders ring out Groaning the boys raise 15-foot tent poles among the cow paddies dotting the grassland The large army tent will be their home for the next nine days South African teenagers often go to camp during school holidays to learn how to start fires build huts and identify animal tracks But this survival camp is different Here the focus is on the survival of white South AfricansThe participants are all Afrikaners descendants of Dutch German and French colonists They are also all children of the "born-free" generation born after 1990 into a multiracial South Africa "I don’t know what apartheid is" 13-year-old Jano the youngest member of the camp says "But a long time ago Nelson Mandela made it so everyone has the same rights"Their position as the first generation of whites after apartheid in South Africa makes them an interesting demographic According to Professor Eliria Bornman at South Africa’s UNISA university many of them feel unsure about their place in their homeland "They have a strong Afrikaner identity and they are struggling to determine their position in South Africa" she says "There’s a great deal of anger too They know they’re different from the rest of the population"That anger is fueled in part by positive discrimination which has made it harder for white youth to find jobs and which fans the flames of racism Many of them feel unwanted "Anyone [in authority] can take their frustration and channel it in a negative way" Bornman saysThe boys run from the army tent to the mess hall Before them under the glare of fluorescent lighting stands 57-year-old Franz Jooste Army decorations gleam on his uniform; Jooste fought in the old apartheid army "We’re going to make men of you all" he says in AfrikaansJooste is the head of the Kommandokorps a little-known but potentially dangerous extreme right-wing group On its website the Kommandokorps describes itself as an elite organization "protecting its own people" in the event of an attack necessary "because the police and the military cannot provide help quickly enough" The organization claims to have trained more than 1500 young white Afrikaners in defence skills since 2000 Jooste who spreads his message via email and newsletters says that 40 per cent of boys sign up themselves The rest are volunteered by their parentsRelatedphotobookA Visual Diary of Youth in New York’s StreetsphotobookA Visual Diary of Youth in New York’s StreetsKommandokorps feeds on anxiety Though the national crime rate is dropping South Africans are increasingly anxious Every year 16000 murders are committed and 200000 assaults with intent to cause bodily harm The violence breeds a sense of fear As a result farmers organise themselves into countryside militia that patrol at night to ensure their cattle are not stolen urban residents form neighborhood watches and every South African (white and black) who can afford it hires a private security company that will send an armed response team to his home when the alarm goes off All of which provides fertile ground for an organisation such as the Kommandokorps "We always have to lock our doors at night" 18-year-old Nicolas says "This camp will teach me how to protect my father and mother and little brother and sister" But the group’s leader has a greater objectiveIt is 4:30 on the first morning of camp The boys are sent out on a one-and-a-half mile run in their heavy army boots down a rocky country road filled with potholes Sixteen-year-old E C is in the middle of the exhausted troop Though not one of the youngest present he is one of the smallest a childlike teenager who is primarily excited at being able to shoot his paintball gun "I want to be able to defend myself And I am also doing this for my paintball career" he says with a smileAt 18 Riaan is more self-assured "I want to learn how to camouflage myself in the field" he says As we talk about their country the teenagers say they believe in the idea of South Africa the "rainbow nation" "People generally get along pretty well" Riaan says "We have to fight racism" E C has two black friends Thabang and Tshepo "I don’t like racism" he saysYet some of the older generation’s fears are visible in these boys even though they were born after the end of apartheid "I’m terrified to walk past black people" Jano says EC adds he would never marry a black woman The boys seem trapped between the ideas their parents have passed on to them and what they learn at their mixed-race schoolsLeader Jooste sits in the mess hall and looks through the glasses on his nose at the following day’s programme Kitsch paintings of buffalos elephants and rhinos hang on the wall The wicker furniture is covered in zebra-print fabric Jooste is a proud veteran He fought along South Africa’s borders with Zimbabwe and Mozambique and in Angola in the 1970s and is scarred by what he calls treason While he was fighting for the white regime his leaders were making peace with Nelson Mandela "Aside from the Aborigines in Australia the African black is the most underdeveloped barbaric member of the human race on Earth" he tells the boys during one of his lecturesFew of South Africa’s 46 million whites (in a population of almost 52 million) share Jooste’s desire to return to the past The majority of whites support the new democratic South Africa "There are a few right-wing splinter groups though I think they have no more than a thousand active members" says Professor Hermann Giliomee a historian specializing in AfrikanersThe most prominent is the Afrikaner Weerstandbeweging or AWB (Afrikaner Resistance Movement) with which Jooste shares certain ideological views but that organisation has lost momentum since the murder of its leader Eugène Terre’Blanche in 2010 As the voice of hardcore Afrikaners has become quieter men like Jooste have become more desperate to preserve as he sees it the Afrikaner identity – its culture language and symbols That means cultivating a new generationJooste is lecturing in the mess hall "Who is my enemy in South Africa Who murders robs and rapes" His cadets sit cross-legged on the ground "Who are these creatures" he asks "The blacks" He goes on to tell the boys that black people have a smaller cerebral cortex than whites and thus cannot take initiative or govern effectivelyJooste boasts that it will take him just an hour to change the boys’ minds "Then they’ll know they aren’t part of the rainbow nation but part of another nation with an important history" He picks up the South African flag which was adopted in 1994 and lays it before the entrance to the mess hall like a doormat He orders the boys to wipe their filthy army boots on it They laugh uncertainly then they do as they are told Jooste tells them that they should love the old South African flag and the old national anthemRelatedInstagramHow One Photographer Is Rethinking Pop Art on InstagramInstagramHow One Photographer Is Rethinking Pop Art on InstagramIndoctrination takes root best in exhausted minds and hungry bodies Outside the cadets are made to crawl across the ground army-style gripping a wooden beam they call "sweetheart" in their arms their knuckles bleeding "Persevere You’ve got to learn to persevere" Jooste shouts The sound of crying rises from the rearmost ranks Jooste’s assistants older members of the Kommandokorps grin as they take photos of the boys with their mobile phones It feels almost sadisticE C is struggling The beam weighs almost a third as much as he does The nights too are hitting him hard "We sleep on the ground and our sleeping bags get wet In three nights I’ve slept six hours Every day I think about giving up"Frans Cronje director of the Institute for Race Relations insists that "relations between black and white are civil" in South Africa but while he dismisses Kommandokorps as a extremist fringe he believes that the camp nonetheless represents a real concern Jooste’s message is that conflict between whites and blacks is just around the corner "I think we’re sitting on a time bomb here in South Africa" Jooste says "It’s inevitable that something is going to happen in this country because there is discord"Cronje’s worry is that it only takes one boy to act upon Jooste’s words for there to be a serious incident "When you convince a child that blacks are the enemy the danger is that he will act upon it He gets a gun climbs onto a bus full of black schoolchildren and shoots 20 of them dead That’s a realistic danger It’s brainwashing and it’s easy to do"At camp the young faces are increasingly marked by exhaustion as the days pass yet the boys seem to grow more and more confident "The training has taught me that you should hate black people" E C says "They kill everyone who crosses their path I don’t think I can be friends with Thabang and Tshepo any more"Riaan repeats what he has learned in nine days almost word for word "There’s a war going on between blacks and whites" he says "A lot of blood will flow in the future I definitely feel more like an Afrikaner now I feel the Afrikaner blood in my veins"Jooste maintains that he doesn’t want to force the boys in any particular direction and just wants to teach them how to defend themselves "All we want to do is channel the feeling they already carry within them We don’t want them to hate We just want them to love their own culture traditions and symbols and to fight for independence and freedom" As he prepares to leave camp on the final day Riaan appears to have absorbed Jooste’s message: "This is my country" he says "I will fight for it"Ilvy Njiokiktjien is a freelance news and documentary photographer based in The NetherlandsElles van Gelder is a Dutch freelance writer based in Johannesburg South AfricaWith reporting by Aryn Baker TIME’s Africa correspondentBulgaria has a bone to pick with Rand Paul The country’s Embassy in Washington hit back Friday at comments the Republican presidential hopeful made earlier this week in which he seemed to dismiss the country’s importance while mounting an attack against Hillary Clinton "It goes without saying that Senator Rand Pauls remark is inappropriate" the Bulgarian embassy in Washington told TIME in a statement "His dismissive attitude towards a US and NATO ally and a friendly country and his foreign policy record is to be judged by the American people" Paul on Wednesday reiterated his criticism of the former Secretary of State for not paying more attention to the situation on the ground in Libya ahead of the September 2012 attack on a Benghazi compound that killed US Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans Clinton has said she didn’t read a diplomatic cable requesting increased security at the compound MORE: Republicans Rediscovering Their Old Hawkish Message on Foreign Policy "I could expect her not to read the cables from Bulgaria" Paul told Yahoo on Wednesday "But absolutely its inconceivable she didnt read the cables coming from Benghazi" Bulgaria had kinder words for Clinton "Not that long time ago Secretary Clinton was on an official visit to Bulgaria” the embassy added referring to a 2012 visit by the now-presumptive Democratic presidential front-runner “She stays engaged with us and is very well aware of the geopolitical realities of the region" Paul’s campaign declined to comment Friday on the Bulgarian embassy’s statement He has long seized on Clintons tenure at the State Department and the Benghazi attack in particular as fodder for criticism and to tout his anti-interventionist libertarian foreign policy ahead of a likely presidential run Last year for example he came out swinging at a talk in Kentucky by pointing to the State Departments spending bill on embassy décor "They spent $700000 on landscaping at the Brussels embassy” he said in August “They spent $5 million on crystal glassware for the embassies around the world” The Bulgarian embassy said Paul could benefit from its foreign policy counsel "Among EU and NATO Member States Bulgaria is one of those standing closest to the major regional and global security challenges of today" the statement said "In this context the information coming from the American Embassy in Sofia might be more than useful to anyone striving to responsibly shape US foreign policy" The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Write to Noah Rayman at noahrayman@timecomFor kids losing teeth some tough news to chew on: Tooth Fairy payouts have continued to decline in 2015 with American children receiving $319 per tooth That’s a 24-cent decline from last year and the second year of decline overall Forbes reports but it’s still higher than some years past From 2010-2012 the average per-tooth payment hovered around $3 before approaching $4 in 2013 and subsequently dropping The data comes from Visa’s sixth annual Tooth Fairy survey which included 4027 people via phone interviews The data varies by income gender and location Dads are more generous than moms giving $363 per tooth on average while moms give only $287 on average Parents in the Northeast US give the most with an average of $356 while Southern parents offer the least with $307 per tooth [Forbes] Write to Nolan Feeney at nolanfeeney@timecomThe chief mover and shaker for neuroscience at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is retiring Neurobiologist Story Landis has spent 19 years at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) becoming its director in 2003 after 8 years as scientific director She helped develop NIH programs for young investigators coordinated neuroscience research across NIH served as point person for human embryonic stem cell research and steered an effort to improve the reproducibility of preclinical studies Since last year she has co-led NIH’s role in the federal brain-mapping project known as the BRAIN Initiative As scientific director Landis overhauled the institute’s intramural program “I leave with a great sense of pride in what we were able to accomplish together” she wrote in a farewell note to her staff Earlier this year Landis drew attention to the shrinking share of funding for basic research at NINDS She worried that investigators mistakenly believed that her institute was more interested in disease-focused studies In a statement on 31 July NIH Director Francis Collins called Landis "one of the true giants at the NIH" and "one of my closest advisors and ‘go-to’ leaders" Eve Marder a neuroscientist at Brandeis University in Waltham Massachusetts and a member of NINDS’s advisory council says Landis has been “a fabulous NINDS director” Landis 69 left academia for NIH in 1995 She plans to step down at the end of September and will join her husband in Maine NINDS Deputy Director Walter Koroshetz will serve as acting NINDS director until her successor is chosen–based association of research universities. 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the person in that square got splashed with water. and home-brewing exhibitions. “They came with sophisticated weapons shooting and one person died instantly while several others have been admitted at various hospital. has asked customers who purchased certain hoverboards to throw away their products at recycling centers and expect a full refund. was among the first to seek out Murray’s expertise. “Hes kicked out 60 spies.C. resident has to choose between coughing up "convenience fees" to use some online payment portals or spending his hard-earned dollars on money orders Banks charge about $5 for each one “That’s bread milk and sugar” Edwards said of the fees Its expensive to be poor he lamented Even checking accounts can be a luxury Chase Wells Fargo and Bank of America all require balances of $1500 to avoid fees on their basic accounts There are workarounds Customers can avoid the $7-12 per month service charges for low balances by scheduling regular direct deposit payments of hundreds of dollars but Edwards cant meet any of those requirements Hes not alone in his struggles Nine million households 7% of households in the United States are unbanked or are not served by typical financial institutions according to a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp survey from 2015 Now an old idea has resurfaced that would help those households with help from an unlikely source: the post office The government would allow anyone to open small checking and interest-bearing savings accounts administered by the US Postal Service "It’s a common-sense and elegant solution to a very big problem" Sen Kirsten Gillibrand who sponsored the legislation told TIME Why being unbanked poses problems A Cash Advance storefront in Peru Indiana Jonathan Weiss — Shutterstock Being unbanked makes it more difficult to pay bills online and prevents people with low incomes from shopping at the growing number of retailers that only accept plastic But its not just a nuisance Its also a reason that many unbanked people find themselves in debilitating debt traps Often they have no other option but to rely on unregulated fringe financial services because they cant open traditional bank accounts where they could save up money for emergencies Worse even payday lenders like Check Into Cash and Ace Cash Express require that customers have bank accounts for loans Edwards said he once tried to obtain a cash-advance loan as a last resort and was turned away Without the unexpected help of some friends he would have had to resort to unlicensed loan sharks or become homeless "The catch-22 of unbanked or underbanked individuals is that in order to gain access to financial mainstream you need credit opportunities to build a credit profile and a borrow profile You can’t do that if you don’t have access to financial products" said Scott Astrada the director of federal advocacy at the Center for Responsible Lending and a former attorney for the Office of Management and Budget under the Obama Administration Moreover when low-income employees dont have checking accounts they arent eligible for direct deposit and have to be paid in checks which leads to more fees Wells Fargo charges non-customers $750 to cash a payroll or business check while payday lenders charge up to 10% "The bigger the check the bigger the chunk" said one woman without a checking account outside Washington DC’s Union Station who asked that her name not be used in this story Theres a reason corporate banks charge for their services It takes money and infrastructure to maintain bank accounts regardless of the wealth or lack thereof within them "They have to offset those costs somehow" Astrada said "The business motivation or the profit motivation isn’t there to serve low-balance consumers" But for the unbanked lacking a checking account can be physically dangerous People who make less than $10000 per year are the most likely income demographic to be victims of violent crime such as robbery according to data compiled by the Department of Justice Without access to financial services through banks they often rely on cash to make transactions making them vulnerable to criminals who know employees have regular payment schedules Edwards who has a visible limp from the pain in his aggravated joints said carrying cash makes him fear for his life “When you’re a black man in America and especially one with a disability that’s always on your mind" he said Gillibrand said these issues could easily be resolved "I think if we were given a vote on postal banking we could pass it now" she said "The solution is already available It’s already there You don’t have to spend money to create it" Public banking options aren’t new Sen Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) speaks during a Commerce Committee hearing on paid family leave July 11 2018 on Capitol Hill in Washington DC Aaron P BernsteinGetty Images Postal banking isnt a new idea Almost every other developed country does it Approximately 1 billion people 19% of the world’s adults have postal banking accounts according to the Universal Postal Union an agency of the United Nations America used to have a version of it too The United States Postal Savings System was created in 1910 during a time when customers were wary of big banks Initially the maximum allowed balance was $500 though it was later raised to $1000 in 1916 and then to $2500 in 1918 equivalent to more than $40000 in today’s dollars When banks regained public trust and began offering more competitive interest rates after World War II the service lost ground and it was shuttered in the 1960s But as profit margins on low-balance accounts began to shrink banks began to abandon poorer urban neighborhoods and rural areas creating what some call “banking deserts” Since the financial crisis 86 more banking deserts have emerged in rural areas according to a recent report published by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition which advocates for increasing access to financial services Postal banking would also help the US Postal Service which has looked for ways to stay profitable amid competition from private delivery services like FedEx and UPS The post office has also weathered declining revenue due to decreased mail volume as people and businesses began to rely on email and online services for contact and billing needs "Financial services have been the single best new opportunity for posts to earn additional revenue For the Postal Service this might ultimately translate into $89 billion per year" the Office of the Inspector General for the United States Postal Service stated in a report There’s another reason the idea is coming up again now especially from a senator like Gillibrand: politics After Hillary Clinton’s loss in 2016 Democrats have debated a number of bolder proposals ranging from Medicare for All to making college debt-free that they hope can inspire their supporters while making inroads among Trump supporters And Gillibrand who is widely expected to run for the Democratic nomination may be looking for ways to differentiate herself in a crowded field Hank Sheinkopf a Democratic strategist based in New York City said Gillibrand will need to find ways to attract liberal Democrats who may be skeptical of her past as a corporate lawyer and member of the Blue Dog Coalition He said the postal banking bill could be seen as a smart piece of messaging for now "Whether the bill passes or not it’s not going to pass right away and it’s certainly not going to pass unless the Democrats have control of the Senate which appears unlikely today But it gives her political positioning" Sheinkopf said "When you can’t get a lot done political positioning is very important" Criticisms of the bill To be sure there are critics of the proposal “There are lots of reasons why being able to save matters Being able to have a deposit account that doesn’t cost very much gives them access to their funds and allows them to cash checks and wages they receive or government transfers all of that is really valuable and it improves peoples lives" said Kim Schoenholtz a professor of financial institutions and markets at New York University “Postal banking is one way of delivering that but it’s certainly not the only way of delivering it” Subsidizing the creation of no-frills accounts in existing banks could be another solution he said But he was also concerned about a portion of the bill that would allow the postal service to provide loans Gillibrands bill as is would allow for small loans up to $500 at a time or $1000 from one year of the issuance of the initial loan with interest rates in line with the Treasury’s one-month constant maturity rate which is currently under 2% The Postal Services Inspector General suggests interest rates closer to 25% would be more financially sound however Whatever the final rate it would likely be much lower than those offered by payday lending services with annual interest rates nearing 400% According to the Office of Inspector General borrowing $375 a typical small loan amount from a payday lender with an effective annual interest rate of 391% leaves recipients responsible for more than $500 in total interest and fees on top of the original borrowed sum A postal bank loan recipient who borrows the same amount would pay a fraction of that: 28% in estimated interest and fees amasses less than $50 But Schoenholtz worries the comparatively low interest rates would lead to frequent defaulting "Credit typically involves default risk and default risk is higher for [people with less predictable] incomes or with lower incomes Ultimately the bankers who are going to be able to stay in business in a sustainable way without subsidy can only do so if they charge a risk premium to commensurate it with that default risk" he said Borrowers who cant afford checking account fees usually dont own valuable assets like property either Schoenholtz said that adds another layer of complexity Lenders "have to be able to seize assets in the event that someone doesn’t pay It’s not clear that that’s a good role a government institution in the United States" he added Gillibrand said the notion that borrowers wouldnt pay back their loans in insulting "Any suggestion that hard-working poor Americans aren’t going to pay back their loans I think is outrageous and wrong” she said” The existence of the predatory lending scheme is proof that they do pay back [the loans] because that’s why [payday lenders] make so much money" Leonard Edwards the former Marine said a public banking option would make his life a lot easier But even though he can’t work he tries to keep busy and help others The 57-year-old spends his time volunteering for Bread for the City a DC nonprofit when his ailing hips allow it “It helps me keep my mind off of my problems” he said "It seems like when I do good and help other people good things come my way People help me" Write to Abby Vesoulis at abbyvesoulis@timecomSaturday Night Live’s Colin Jost and Michael Che mingled with normals in Cleveland where the Republican National Convention is happening to get them to take their best stabs at Donald Trump impressions Sorry Jimmy Fallon but you have nothing on the random pedestrians Che and Jost engaged in politics in this video posted Wednesday Feeding the participants some of Trump’s greatest hits about his own humility the Weekend Update hosts got people to impersonate the Republican nominee by saying “huge” a lot They wrangled some mature men some millennial voters and exactly one woman in an American flag collared shirt Jost failed to get anything air-worthy from an interesting looking protester in a Hillary mask but he did get one guy to do a spot-on impression of Bill Clinton abandoning his wife for Trump Oh and no one can point out Mike Pence in a lineup yet When asked to identify the running mate out of a bunch of dudes on a poster board people chose a young Jay Leno Ted Danson Steve Martin and the dad from 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