Monthly Archives: October 2013

Piece is over in Mozambique



Why is this news is important to Afrikaners? 1st place because Mozambiek is a strategic and economic partner of South Africa and a civil war will affect South Africa and consequently the Afrikaners who export much of their production for this country
On the other hand we have to take into account that there are many Boer-Afrikaners living in Mozambique (especially in niassa) due to a special program that was signed in 1996 in which many farms move to to Niassa.

Last Monday, the forces of FRELIMO, the ruling party surrounded the barracks where Afonso Dhlakama – the leader of oppositon was living for over a year. After that, RENAMO attacked a police barracks in Sofala and ripped a peace treaty signed between the two political forces in 1992 ending the civil war.

The leader of RENAMO, Afonso Dhlakama escaped with some of his fighters and hid in the mountains of gorongosa which is a place he knows very well, and difficult terrain for troops of FRELIMO.

These episodes, joining Renamo threats to cut traffic on some roads, rekindles the threat of a new civil war.

On November 20 will be conducted municipal elections in Mozambique in which which Renamo refused to participate because they believe there are irregularities in the electoral process.

In our opinion, it is quite unlikely to occur again civil war in Mozambique. Because the civil war began at a time when RENAMO had military support from Rhodesia initially and then South Africa and now RENAMO does not have a strong military support.

But we must consider that we are in Africa and revolutions can happen anytime. Anyway, everyone should be careful on the roads in the interior where many civilian vehicles are being attacked and in Maputo where many abductions are occurring.


Afonso Dlakhama, leader of RENAMO

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Orania community


   In this post we will write about a very important movement of the present for the Boer-Afrikaner people, the Oraina movement/community. The community was founded  in the eastern part of the Northern Cape region next to the Oranje River in 1900 when 40 afrikaner families led by Carel Boshoff gather and created Orania with the objective of protecting the Boer-Afrikaner that was in danger in the end of Apartheid. The project is a private property with his shareholders running the town according with the interests of is inhabitants.

    The objective of the Orania movement is to promote the Afrikaner culture in all is aspects including the Afrikaans language. Because of that only Afrikaners are allowed to live in the town. The objective is also to protect the Boer-Afrikaner people creating a place where they can develop with safety without having security problems that is as we now one of the major issues in current South Africa.  The movement of Orania has also the ultimate objective of being the center of a Volkstaat  creating a area for Boer-Afrikaners in the Northern Cape province where Afrikaners could be a majority, a definition that is quite similar to the one presented by the Vryheidsfront plus party. This is one of the most important questions for the future of our people and many proposals were presented but until now we think that neither in perfect.

       The number of inhabitants in Orania is unknown but there we estimate that is between 1000 and 1500 people. There are 10.000 registered supporters of the movement. These numbers show the success of the Orania movement, since there creation until today they never stop growing being currently at a rate of 10% a year.  Orania has today three residential areas, Kleingeluk, Grootdorp and Orania Wes. A total of 17 buisness are located in Orania with the manual labour being executed all by Afrikaners because the workers in Orania can only be Boere-Afrikaners.

       The education is also one of the main focus of the Orania community. The classes are only in Afrikaans and have the objective of promoting and teach to the children the Afrikaner values and the Dutch Reformed Church values. There are two schools, the CVO Skool Orania and Die Volkskool Orania with some differences in the method of teaching because the CVO is running as a normal school and Die Volkskool Orania has different methods with classes at home.

    The economy life of Orania is mainly focus to the agricultural sector. The town has 7000ha of agricultural land. The agriculture is highly modern and there is an innovative irrigation process that is being adopted by farmers in other parts of South Africa. Orania has since 2004 there own money, the Ora, and a local bank institution. There are also 13 independent hospitality business in Orania of various types, a caravan park, self-catering flats, rooms, hotel and guest-houses. There are also handicraft business.

     South Africans have different opinions about Orania. Some think that the community is racist because only allow Afrikaners to live there. However we don’t agree with that because Orania doesn’t allow people of other origins to live there not because of racism but because of the fact that the objective is to protect Boere-Afrikaners and it’s culture so comes natural that only Afrikaners are allowed to live there. Is good to remember that in South Africa also exist communities of other people as Coloureds and Xhosa communities with which Orania had make some agreements. Orania community make an agreement with the Xhosa community of Mnyameni to sharing knowledge and assist in the development of own institutions.

      However most of the black South Africans politics are not against the community of Orania. IN 1995 Nelson Mandela visited Orania to have a tea with Betsy Verwoerd widow of former Aprtheid era president, Hendrik Verwoerd. Even Julius Malema visited the community and praised the fact of the habitants of Orania working together instead of working against each other. Current president Jacob Zuma also visited the town.

     In our opinion Orania is an important and positive project for the Boere-Afrikaners because in a time is which our culture is being put to second place by South African authorities, Orania offers a safe place to it were it can be protect and developed. Also, Orania is a safe place also for Boere-Afrikaners as individuals because is one of the few places in South Afrika where they could walk on the street, or being in their farms or houses without the risk of being attacked. Orania is also in a region that we think that offers the best conditions in South Africa to form a  future Volkstaat because of various factors that we have explained in another post. Still we think that in the current situation is difficult to form a Volkstaat.

      We wish all the best to the Orania community and movement and hope that it can develop and grow more in the new years.




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Malema launches EFF

This is an important moment for South Africa politics and definitely also for Boer-Afrikaner people. After being ban of the ANC Youth League, Julius Malema had officially launched is Economic Freedom Fighters this Sunday.

In first place we could see that Malema said that a baby was born but a giant that can walk immediately and that the people must be afraid of. Immediately we could see that Malema wants to inspire fear in the South Africans population specially Boere-Afrikaners that are as we know the main enemies of this lunatic. Is posture also shows a typical dictatorial posture of who is not with me is against me and so must be afraid of him because he thinks that he is in charge of all South African blacks. However we must be prepared to take serious these affirmations of Malema because Malema had already proved in the past that he is capable of being a cruel and miserable black racist.

Then in his speech Malema said that the EFF is not afraid of confronting the white bosses for not paying to the workers and abusing them. Here we see again the obsession that Malema has with white people. We know that some farmers not pay to his black workers and that must be prevented but that is a situation that is also common to many other countries and is not significant. Which is not common to other countries in the abuse that the Boere-Afrikaners and other whites suffer in South Africa right now. And Malema is part of the problem and not of the solution because he has responsibility in the farm murders because of his hate speech and hate songs that are often displayed. We must prevent the farmers of being abuse and killed by some blacks that only want to take the land violent without any respect for the human rights. And many of those blacks are Malema’s political children so we must stop Malema to protect the Boere-Afrikaners.

Malema as in his recent speech’s spoke again of the 34 miners killed by the police in Marikana, when they protested exiging better working conditions and salaries. Despite being a violent protest and measures should be taken we agree that the police action went too far. However Malema and his EFF supporters turned the death of those miners as the flag of battle of the party as a symbol of the whites and police oppression in South Africa. Also blaming the police in not the solution for the problem of the miners and shows again that Malema doesn’t believe in authority and so he is not a true democrat.

Malema also still insists that the whites must give back the land to the blacks because they inherited thought theft and the whites had killed the blacks and are not ashamed of that. First, the boere-afrikaners don’t inherited anything thought theft. We fight against the Zulus and other tribes with respect by the enemy, soldier against soldier, warrior against warrior, we not massacred anyone, that is false. Who massacred us were the british that in the 2nd Boer War killed 27000 Boer women, olds and children. And who is slowing massacring us are the blacks that follow the hate speech of people as Malema and do horrendous crimes against Boere-Afrikaners and also other whites in South Africa. Second, the economical impact if all the farmers were nationalized or gave to blacks will be huge and will provoke many problems in the agriculture of South Africa. The land would be gave to people that don’t have the experience to that and the production will decline a lot. As an example 90% of the farms gave to blacks in the land reform failed which shows that the blacks need the boers to produce agricultural produces with success. It also good to remember that only 4% of the South African land in good to agriculture so is not anyone that can do successful farming in South Africa.

Then he also criticized president Jacob Zuma for being a singer and a dancer, we don’t blame Malema for that because it’s clear that Zuma is a weak president that is easily influenced and that has also big responsibilities in the white’s genocide.

To finish his speech Malema sang again is ‘Shoot the boer’. On Monday was also spread in the social network a banner with the following words: ‘A revolutionary must became a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate’. It’s a clear and concrete sign, if anyone still had doubts, that the hate that Malema has for our people don’t decrease and he wants to increase even more the white genocide. It’s difficult time for us that only could overcome with unity, solidarity and strength. Remembering the old Transvaal motto, ‘Eendrag maak mag’.

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October 18, 2013 · 1:07 pm

1.5 million form a Human chain for the independence of catalonia

Catalonia Flag

The news has more than 3 weeks but deserves to be mentioned here because is related with afrikaner self determination , on 11th of September in Spain on the International Day of Catalonia over a million and a half people formed a human chain in a demonstration for independence of catalonia .

First, the catalonia is an autonomous region of Spain that came to be in independent but often in its history was suppressed by Spaniards.  their culture was completely ignored and neglected during the period of the dictator Franco and the Catalans could not speak Catalan because if they did they were arrested , could only speak Spanish . Today, catalan is more respected and even used in newspapers and on Catalan television, however , the Catalans will remain trapped in the Spanish monarchy that does not give to catalonians full independence . The Catalans as Afrikaners are a distinct people , they have their own culture , their own traditions , they  are a different ethnicity , they have a common history with the Spanish but also a unique and different history of their own. The Catalans are arguably a distinct people of Spanish and if they want to be independent , should be able to choose their own destinies . Even more when catalonia is currently subjected to harsh austerity measures because unlike in catalonia Spain produces up slightly and spends a lot and catalonia that is the richest region of Spain paid this crisis that they did not create. Only 50 cents for each euro that Catalonians pay in taxes returns to catalonia and is invested in catalonia!!

The images that we show represents the will of a people to decide their destiny without being tied to another. Catalonia is not spain and the Boere-Afrikaners are not south africans. And as the Catalans we also want to decide our future and not be stuck in another country

In 2014 will be a referendum to decide whether the Catalans want to be independent or not, for now, the polls indicate that the vast majority of Catalans want it, with values ​​of above 50%, hopefully in time Spain has good sense and let the Catalonia follow his destiny.

400km human chain



Despite some differences the Catalan people and the boere-afrikaner want  the same thing – Independence and ability to manage their own resources among other things, so we should support the self-determination of both peoples.

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Daniel François Malan government and political career




Daniel François Malan was born in Riebeek Wes in 1874. He died in Stellenbosch in 1959. He entered in the Stellenboch seminary to study to become a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church. He obtained a M.A in philosophy in the Victoria College. He then when to study to Utrecht in the Nederlands. When he returned to South Africa he became a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church. He was one of the greatest defensives of the Afrikaans language to be established as an official language separated of the Dutch which was at that time the written language of the Afrikaners and was a founding member of the Afrikaanse Taal en Kultuur Vereniging, AKTV a organization to promote the Afrikaner culture in all it’s aspects including the language, Afrikaans that at the time were trying to be the a separated language of Dutch something that was achieved in 1925. Since 1915 he started his involvement with the National Party. In the same year was founded a new journal for the Afrikaners in the Wes Kaap region, De Burger meaning (the citizen in English), which was a later renamed Die Burger in Afrikaans. They convinced Malan to be the editor because the Afrikaner nationalists of the Cape were worried with the situation of the people after the Maritz Rebellion in 1914 in which some Boere-Afrikaners fought in the German side. The Cape branch of the Cape was created in 1915 and Malan was elected is leader with a seat in the parliament. Malan was much involved in the objective of trying to official the Afrikaans language in the Constitution and also the creation of the South African Flag. When the National Party first went to the government in 1924, Malan was Ministry of Interior, Education and Public Health which he held until 1933. In the Second World War, Malan and his National Party opposed to the South Africa’s participation in that War as much of the Afrikaner population, because of the anti-british feelings that some population still held. That discontentment with the United Party led by Jan Smuts that had put South African in the World War II is perhaps the main factor that explains the rise to the power of the National Party in 1948 with Daniel François Malan becoming the new president of South Africa. That election marked the begin of the racial segregation regime in South Africa known as Apartheid. However is important to say that since the times of the Cape Colony that racial segregation exist in South Africa, Malan only aprofundated that racial segregation.

This text of DF Malan shows the reason why he and the national party decided to created Apartheid system:

‘The policy of racial segregation is based on Christian principles of what is fair and reasonable. Its goal is the maintenance and protection of the European population of the country as a pure white race and the maintenance and protection of racial groups as indigenous communities in their own separate areas (…) Or follow the course of equality, which in the end will mean the suicide of the white race, or take the course of segregation’ end of citation


Here we could see that Malan strongly believed that the Apartheid follow the Christian principles and had also the objective of protecting the existence of the white race in South Africa because as the white race was smaller than the black race and had smaller birth rates if anything was done the white race will soon be a small minority or could even disappear. However that is not reason to create a regime that segregated people, with a big discrepancy in the income especially between whites and blacks, and give people rights an area regarding race which is of course racism and so in the social extent Apartheid failed and was an out of order regime if we consider the international laws of the human races. However was able to develop the South African economy and his infrastructures but of course the racial segregation had a decisive negative mark is this regime. Is also important to say that the Apartheid was influenced by the ideas of the Broederbond a nationalist Afrikaner organization that also wanted the racial segregation of the country with the power being in whites hands.

The Apartheid laws were later further developed by president’s JG Strijdom, HF Verwoerd e JB Vorster.

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Swakopmund Hotels

Panoramic view of the city


Basic information: Country: Namíbia

Admnistrative division:Erongo

Founded:4 August, 1892

Area: 200km2

Population: 44 000

Distance from the capital(Whindoek)- three and a half hour.


Swakopmund is one of the largest cities in Namibia. Situated on the atlantic coast is habited by many Germans and Afrikaners and spot visit of many South Africans.

Swakopmund was founded in 1892 by the German captain Curt Von François, a important figure of German colonialism and one of the pioneers of the idea of Suid Wes-Afrika.(Southwest Africa). Germans built a harbor that has become the largest port of import / export of the whole Namibian territory.

In 1915 the Union of South Africa Occupied the South West africa territory  and the town became less properous. Yet the South African Union developed tourism in swakopmund and many afrikaners visit the town for holidays.

Nowadays, Swakopmund is an African city that matches the architectural style reminiscent of Bavaria. The combination of these two cultures makes the city unique and fascinating.

Many Germans still live in the city, and the German language is still widely spoken in Swakopmund. Many Afrikaners also reside here, many even before the independence of Namibia. Crime is considerably lower, and you can walk the streets at night with no major problems although it is not advisable to walk poorly lit areas and without company.

Things to do in Swakopmund:

Visit the swakopmund museum. The Swakopmund museum have very galleries and pictures of colonial history in namibia andthe history of indigenous people like herero.

Fishing: Swakopmund promotes fishing tourism. Especially in shark fishing. Usually after fishing the shark is returned to the see to not harm the environment.

Exploration of the desert. Several tours through the desert are made with special attention to all kinds of living beings that exist there.

Visit the National Marine Aquarium: With very species of sharks and rays.

Are made many other activities organized by the municipality of swakopmund and is also considering a city tour to see the whole architecture of the city and also through local bars and restaurants.


Vineta is one of the most richest suburbs in all Namíbia and in Swakopmund, most of the well-to-do in Swakopmund live there. Mondesa is the division where traditional black people live and it’s one of the most violent zones in Swakopmund.

Hospital: If you feel bad or sick the main healthcare provider in the city is the Cottage Medi-clinic, a hospital with 70 beds.

Curiosities: In August 2008 filming commenced in Swakopmund on the television series The presioner starring Jim Caviezel and Sir Ian McKeller. Swakopmund was used as the film location for The Village.

Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt(daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie) born in Swakopmund in 2006 where her parents live for a while.

Swakopmund is a holiday place that attracts not only many Namibians as well as many South African of middle class for a holiday. It is estimated that Swakopmund is one of the few cities in Africa with white majority and with the contribution of many Afrikaners as many live there Since forever and others moved there after apartheid to be a quiet and prosperous city. The Afrikaans is a regional language recognized in Namibia.










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Julius Malema and EFF provoces chaos in South African university



Johannesburg – The University of SA (Unisa) should apologise for withdrawing permission for an EFF seminar on land reform at its Pretoria main campus, the party said on Friday.

“We call upon Unisa management to apologies for creating the conditions for EFF’s right to freedom of association to be undermined…” spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement.

The university should also apologise for failing to “defend its student”, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema, who wanted to “participate in the open learning and debate on campus”.

Malema on Thursday ignored a Unisa management decision to cancel his talk on land distribution. Instead he addressed students outside the hall.

The SA Students’ Congress (Sasco) and National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) at Unisa were apparently unhappy with Unisa hosting the event.

Scuffle on campus

On Thursday, members of the EFF and Sasco insulted one another, and a scuffle resulted in Sasco members being injured.

Unisa declined to comment on Friday, except to reiterate its previous message that permission had been withdrawn over fears that the meeting would turn into an EFF political rally.

The initial permission for the seminar did not extend to this, and “other formations on campus were opposed” to an EFF rally without the requisite permission, Unisa said on Thursday.

It had taken the decision to withdraw permission “to prevent possible damage to our property and to safeguard lives”.

Ndlozi said the EFF had taken a decision to proceed with its gathering at Unisa, despite the cancellation of permission.

“We had to arrive and demonstrate that we take the message we gave to our people seriously.

“… EFF is prepared to defend its ideas and the freedom to advance them in public platforms.

“Many indeed try to stop us, silence us or wish us away because our ideas are fire and resonate with the popular classes.”

Our comment

      Julius Malema is again on the news. This time he protests for the withdrawing permission for an EFF seminar on University of SA main campus in Pretoria. Unlike Malema says, the UNISA should not apologize for the refusing the EEF conference because if every organization as the right to do campaign and conferences, institutions as the UNISA university also has the right to refuse a certain conference of an organization because there are many speakers that want to participate is this events and time is limited, and also because Julius Malema is a politician with a radical political views and that frequently used hate speeches against Afrikaners and other whites in South Africa.  The university is only protecting is students of another attempted brain washing of Malema and his EFF’s supporters. 

      The fight of the EFF members on thursday with the SA students congress (SASCO) show again that the EFF is a radical and violent political movement that never must get any power in South Africa because it’s political speech promotes black on white racism and violence and is one of the biggest responsibles for the White Genocide in South Africa. And the truth is that this event was only one of a series of events and polemical declarations that Malema has done recently. From threats to a BBC journalist, the famous shoot the boer song, the statements saying that the blacks should take land to the whites without any compensation and of course all his hate speech that promoted some of the violent crimes against whites that we have witness is the last years. This shows that Julius Malema is completely out of control as even president Jacob Zuma said once and he is a dangerous man and so his political ambitions must be stop because if he gets any power that could represent even more race motivated deaths of  whites, specially Boere-Afrikaners is South Africa.

      Since we have a case that happened is a South African university we all like to talk about the decline of the Afrikaans speaking universities in South Africa. Since the end of Apartheid the Afrikaans language is being marginalized in the South African society. That is seen by the fact of many Afrikaans schools or universities have no longer classes in Afrikaans. The Afrikaner historian Hermann Giliomee had correctly said that since 2001 Afrikaans had been in a vital fight for its survival as university language. The three traditionally Afrikaans speaking universities have now compulsory programs in both Afrikaans and English even in the University of Stellenbosch the most important Afrikaans University of South Africa were much of the former South African leaders were graduated. Also the quality of the Afrikaans in the universities is deteriorating because some teachers have not proper abilities in the language. In the university of  the Vry Staat, another Afrikaans university, white student have now compulsory classes of Sesotho the main native African language of that region. We need to defend the Afrikaans language to keep our language alive in the education sector because if the Afrikaner and Coloured children of some areas cannot have Afrikaans classes in some regions this could lead to the deteriorating of the Afrikaans language in a medium term and even to a large decline in the number of speakers.  


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