Well, it's not like this hasn't been discussed before. The South African government has been discussing expropriating land for months now, maybe even years, so to think it will stop with just 2 farms would be misguided I believe. This isn't just a single isolated article though. There have been discussions of it all over youtube, including the Fox news channel. The rest of the mainstream media won't pick it up though, because it goes against their narrative that whites are always the oppressors, and never the victims.
I will give you credit for one thing though. That is the idea that we should never make assumptions. While in theory, making assumptions is bad, in practice, people need to make mental shortcuts to eliminate the possibility of cognitive overload. This can work both ways though, and I'd also think it could justify the need to stereotype in some circumstances. So I guess people themselves want to make assumptions, but they don't want others to make assumptions about them, or the things that they care about.
I'd question how much the descendants of white settlers are the victims when the descendants of the people their ancestors stole the land from steal it back, I mean the only reason they own the land is the whole "we had the power to take it so we took it" justification, which this is in reverse. But of course I know what you mean. No one wins in these situations usually.
Seriously though, there wouldn't be discussions of the seizure of two farms all over youtube etc. if people weren't blowing it out of proportion, using misleading headlines and generally trying to use it justify their whole white victim world view. The rest of the media won't pick it up because, outside of SA (where it may be the start of something and therefore is potentially important) no one (who doesn't have an agenda to push) cares about two random farms in south Africa.
I would definitely say at this point that the whole "no racism against whites" phrase/idea that you see thrown around is garbage. First, at best it is only true in white majority countries and when you add the word "systemic" into it. i.e. "there is no such thing as systemic racism against whites in white majority countries" might be true.
I think a lot of the American left forget that there is a world outside the USA where whites are not the majority. Even were it totally valid, saying something like that just instantly confirms to anyone on the other side that you're very biased and won't consider anything they have to say.
They forget that definition of racism is:
Prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior.
The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.
And does not include anything about "systems".