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South African Republic (Transvaal) republic national anthem

This is the national anthem of the old Transvaal republic, Transvaalse Volkslied, that last from 1857 to 1902 when it was conquered by British colonialism in the Second Anglo-Boer War. In always good to remember the great history of the Boer-Afrikaner people that have one of it highest points with these republics. Also during this difficult times to the Boer-Afrikaners these music should inspire more people to fight for our freedom and self-determination.

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March 8, 2014 · 10:59 pm

Bok Van Blerk New Song – Land Van Melk en Heuning

New Song of the famous Afrikaner singer Bok Van Blerk. Land of milk and Honey.

Enjoy!

Lirieke (Lyrics)

 

Elke keer as die wolke val die reën op die grond hy’t van ons geleen

Voel ‘n weer soos ‘n spook want jy staan aleen

In die land van melk en heuning                             

 

Jy weet ek sal vir jou ‘n spoorweg lyn wil bou

Wat strek van ver uit die noorde sande 

Tot in die ou karoo

 

Ek sal jou veilig hou

Maar wie kan ek vertrou

Jy weet ons kan nie so verloor nie

Dit is nie wat ek wil hoor nie

 

Elke keer as die wolke val die reën op die grond hy’t van ons geleen

Voel ‘n weer soos ‘n spook want jy staan aleen

In die land van melk en heuning

 

Jy kyk vir my maar jou oë is leeg

En jou voete staan stil

Jy moet dan beweeg

Jy is afgebreek, en nou sê my waar’s

Die land van melk en heuning

 

Daar woorde van ons gevat

En ons regte word geskenk

Daar word gedink dat wat ons oor het

Het ons gekry maar net

  

En daar was bloed voor gesweet

Gaan nou lewens ons eet

Moet ons nou stry vir ons eie mensereg

Dit word so gou vergeet

 

Elke keer as die wolke val die reën op die grond hy’t van ons geleen

Voel ‘n weer soos ‘n spook want jy staan aleen

In die land van melk en heuning

 

Jy kyk vir my maar jou oë is leeg

En jou voete staan stil

Jy moet dan beweeg

Jy is afgebreek, en nou sê my waar’s

Die land van melk en heuning

 

In die land van melk en heuning

(4x) Van die land van melk en heuning

In die land van melk en heuning

 

Elke keer as die wolke val die reën op die grond hy’t van ons geleen

Voel ‘n weer soos ‘n spook want jy staan aleen

In die land van melk en heuning

 

Jy kyk vir my maar jou oë is leeg

En jou voete staan stil

Jy moet dan beweeg

Jy is afgebreek, en nou sê my waar’s

Die land van melk en heuning

 

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September 30, 2013 · 8:51 pm

Tyd Om Te Trek? Time To Flee?

This song of the Afrikaans singer Bok van Blerk is a song that shows much of what is happening in South Africa right now. Both the video and the lyrics shows the persecution that the Afrikaners are suffering being forced to literally flee for their lives. That lids to the title of the song. Tyd om te trek?, time to flee in English. The truth is that with the wave of violence against the Afrikaners, many Afrikaners are forced to flee to other country’s, like Australia, United Kingdom, Netherlands or New Zealand simple to save their families. However even with this violence and persecution is it really the time to us to flee or is it the time stand up and fight for our people and for our nation? That is a good question that resumes the all the song.

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July 7, 2013 · 8:56 pm

Boer-Afrikaner Speech

Our purpose in making this vídeo is Symbolize what many Afrikaners feel when being persecuted and having their culture beinh neglected. This video is not intended to incite violence, however, it is necessary that the Boers if attacked unite and protect themselves.
It is necessary at this time of trouble, the Boers worldwide support themselvs
it is also important that the international community take action to prevent a massacre on the bóer-afrikaner people.

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July 3, 2013 · 2:30 pm

De La Rey

This video is the first post from our website.
We put it, because it is very representative. It is a tribute to those who died and suffered in Boer wars, but it is also is an inspiration to all those who currently suffer in South Africa victims of racism, abuse and poverty.

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June 25, 2013 · 10:09 pm