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The World Trade Centre invasion (1993)


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Boervolk Radio PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 20 June 2013 07:07


Boervolk Radio

City of license: Kempton Park, South Africa
Broadcast area: International
Slogan: The only station for the Boervolk
First air date: 1998
Format: Afrikaans, talk shows
Owner: Private / Non-commercial
Website: www.boervolkradio.co.za

Boervolk Radio presented by the Transvaalse Separatiste (TS - Transvaal Separatists), is an internet-only radio station based in Kempton Park, South Africa.

The station was established in 1998 by Theuns Cloete, one of three members of the Transvaalse Separatiste think tank (other two were: Dr. Wouter Pieter Cloete, brother of Theuns, and Faan van der Watt). The mission of the station was to broadcast Afrikaans music and talk shows about Boer identity and culture, but also as mouthpiece for the Transvaalse Separatiste. It supports Afrikaans music from independent artists, as noted by Wildhorse Entertainment where songs are made freely available to listeners of Boervolk Radio.

The primary perspective of the Transvaalse Separatiste was that all individual tribes which were forcibly included first in the Union of South Africa and later the Republic of South Africa (RSA), should have the opportunity for self-determination within the southern African region. This view of devolution of power from the National Party (South Africa) controlled apartheid government was shared by the federalist solution proposed at the Kwazulu/Natal Indaba. At the Natal Indaba the traditional Zulu leaders acknowledged the interest of the Boer people in the northern part of Kwazulu-Natal (New Republic / Vryheid). The Zulu people was and remain the majority people of the KwaZulu-Natal region.

The station has not supported any political parties or religious groups from its founding. This perspective remains unchanged to this day. The station prides itself in always urging listeners to research political, national and international affairs themselves as opposed to blindly following activist groups and political parties. It is known for speaking out against movements supporting violent protests and actions, specifically from right-wing groups. For this reason it has endured scorn from the right, contrary to some media reports that the think tank was a right-wing organisation itself.

The Transvaalse Separatiste strongly opposed violent protest prior to the 1994 elections in South Africa. It held meetings with various political parties to the right of the political spectrum in the 1980s and early 1990s in an attempt to convince these groups that joining open discussions with all relevant role players in South Africa was the only viable route towards transition from minority rule. The Transvaalse Separatiste had specific discussions with Eugène Terre'Blanche of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) to convince him of the importance to join the negotiations between the different political entities and the different volk of southern Africa. These talks culminated on 1989 in a meeting with the then President of the Republic of South Africa (RSA), FW de Klerk, together with representatives of the AWB and of the Boerestaat Party (BP).

Boervolk Radio, represented by Theuns Cloete, was interviewed on 6 January 2007 by The Right Perspective, a talk show based in New York City, on the 150th anniversary of the Vierkleur flag. The interview was recorded and is available here together with a synopsis of the podcast. On 25 September 2012 Boervolk Radio was a guest of Deanna Spingola on the Spingola Speaks show of Republic Broadcasting Network.

Notable dates of Boer past PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 June 2013 07:07


From the blog Ron_357 by Ron, director of Republican Trekker Volk

July 31, 2007

Notable Dates of Boer Past.

April 6 1652. The first White settlers led by Jan van Riebeeck arrive at the Cape on board the Drommedaris. Most of the arrivals were forced out of Europe by the VOC. The Cape is governed by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) until 1795.

Feb 21 1657. First nine free White burghers (citizens) establish settlement in Liesbeeck Valley -now Rondebosch area.

1671. Arrival of the first French Huguenot refugee Francois Villion.

1687 - 1690. Largest wave of French Huguenot refugee arrivals.

1679 - 1690. Trekboer group emerges within Cape frontier.

1730. First Boers reach George area.

1743. First recorded Trekboer loan farms in Roggeveld.

1745. The town of Swellendam is founded.

1760. Jacobus Coetzee crosses the Orange River.

1770s-90's. Intensive Khoisan resistance to Trekboer occupation.

1771. Clashes between Trekboers and Xhosa begin as trekkers cross the Gamtoos.

1786. The town of Graaff-Reinet is founded.

1795. Revolt in Swellendam & Graaff-Reinet.

Feb 6 1795. Republic of Graaff-Reinet founded.
Three-colour flag
June 18 1795. Republic of Swellendam founded.

September 16 1795. First British occupation of the Cape on behalf of the Prince of Orange.

November 12 1795. Britain takes Swellendam Republic by force.

August 12 1796. Britain takes Graaff-Reinet Republic by force.

March 9 1816. Boer Rebellion at Slagters Nek.

1824. First Trekboers cross the Orange River.

Great Trek Dates.

1835. First Voortrekkers set off northward.

1835. Johannes van Rensburg & Louis Trichardt treks start.

1836. Johannes van Rensburg & Louis Trichard die.

1836 - 1843. The Great Trek.

Feb 1836. Hendrik Potgieter crosses the Orange River along with 200 others in his trekker contingent.
Voortrekker flag
1836. Chief Moroka of the Barolong signs a treaty with the Boers after Mzilikazi, leader of the Matebele, attacked the Barolong killing some & enslaved their children.

October 1836. Mzilikazi, leader of the Matebele attacks the Boers at Vegkop attempting to kill them. Boers emerge victorious.

December 7 1836. Hendrik Potgieter elected as military commander of the trek and Gert Maritz elected as administrative leader.

1837. Andries Pretorius goes on an exploratory trek.

Jan 21 1837. Prominent figure in the eastern Cape Piet Retief writes a declaration of grievances against the British colonial government which outline reasons for the mass exodus of Boers from the Cape called the Retief Manifesto.

Jan 22 1837. The Retief Manifesto is published in the English language Graham's Town Journal.

April 1837. Piet Retief arrives at trekker camp.

September 1837. Retief arrives in Natal.

November 1837. Favourable news about a possible land deal with the current Zulu king (Dingane) resulted in more than one thousand Voortrekker wagons heading over the Drakensberg to Natal.

November 5 1837. Piet Retief leaves the main body of Trekkers.

Feb 4 1838. Piet Retief & the Zulu King Dingaan sign a treaty which allows the Boers in Natal to settle an unoccupied stretch of land south of the Tugela River.

Feb 6 1838. Piet Retief & his delegation were killed by Dingaan in Natal during a formal ceremony over the deal which had been reached earlier.

Feb 16 1838. Saailaager Massacre. Boers camped in Natal were killed on the orders of Dingaan.

Feb 17 1838. Bloukrans Massacre. 370 Boers camped in Natal were killed on the orders of Dingaan. 500 Boers in total were killed during the massacres.

April 6 1838. Piet Uys & Hendrik Potgieter rode into Zulu territory & were defeated by approx 7 000 warriors.

September 23 1838. Gert Maritz dies.

November 22 1838. Andries Pretorius arrives in Natal & is appointed leader on November 25.    

December 9 1838. Vow taken by Boers to God for protection.

December 16 1838. Battle of Blood River. Boers defeat Zulus at Nacome River after being attacked by Zulu impis & after Boer offer to enter into negotiation for peace.

The town of Pietermaritzburg is founded.

December 22 1838. The town of Potchefstroom is founded.

December 25 1838. Pretorius buries Retief & his delegation.

October 12 1839. The Natalia Republic is established with Pietermaritzburg as its capital.
Flag of the Republic of Natalia
December 24 1839. The Natalia Driekleur Flag is adopted.

1840. The new Zulu King Mpande confirms the contents of the previous treaty his predecessor made with the Boers.

1840. The Boers & the Zulus enter into an alliance under Pretorius & Mpande & two groups remain on good terms.

1840. Boers & Zulus exchange Rocks of Peace in a spirit of reconciliation.

1840. The Church of the Vow built by Boers in Pietermaritzburg.

October 16 1840. Potchefstroom / Winburg & Natalia unifies as a single Boerestaat.
Flag of the Potchefstroom Republic
December 24 1839. The Natalia Driekleur Flag is adopted.

1840. The new Zulu King Mpande confirms the contents of the previous treaty his predecessor made with the Boers.

1840. The Boers & the Zulus enter into an alliance under Pretorius & Mpande & two groups remain on good terms.

1840. Boers & Zulus exchange Rocks of Peace in a spirit of reconciliation.

1840. The Church of the Vow built by Boers in Pietermaritzburg.

October 16 1840. Potchefstroom / Winburg & Natalia unifies as a single Boerestaat.

1843. The Natalia Republic is annexed by Britain.

April 9 1844. Potgieter declares the independence of Potchefstroom.

April 1844. Boers from Natal settle at Potchefstroom.

1846. The town of Bloemfontein is founded.

1847. Pretorius leaves Natal for the high veld.

1848. Battle of Bloomplaats.

Feb 3 1848. Orange Free State annexed under Sir Harry Smith.

March 16 1852. Reconciliation between Pretorius & Potgieter.

December 16 1852. Hendrik Potgieter dies.

Jul 23 1853. Andries Pretorius dies.

1855. The town of Pretoria is founded.

1866. Boers & Zulus come together at Nacome River & stack rocks as a symbol of peace.

Orange Free State Republic Dates.

Proclamation declaring British sovereignty on Feb 3 1848 between Orange & Vaal rivers.

Pretorius defeated by the British at Boomplats August 29 1848.

The British abandoning and renouncing all dominion on Jan 30 1854.

Orange River Convention signed on Feb 17 1854.

The Orange Free State recognized as an independent republic. Feb 23 1854.

Named the Orange Free State Republic. March 29 1854.

Josias Philippus Hoffman becomes the first OFS President. April 18 1854 - Feb 10 1855.

Jacobus Nicolaas Boshof assumes office as President. Aug 27 1855 - September 6 1859.

An armed raid by President Pretorius from the Transvaal is not successful. Jan 1857.

Orange Free State Vierkleur adopted on Feb 23 1857.
Flag of the Orange Free State (Oranje-Vrystaat)
A Peace Treaty with the South African Republic (Transvaal) is signed: each State recognizes the independence of the other. June 1 1857.

An armed band of Basutos seizes Orange Free State farms and destroys buildings and orchards. Feb 1858.

A declaration of war against Moshesh who refuses redress of grievances and the unsuccessful campaign against the Basutos causes the Orange Free State to lose the war. March 19 1858.

A Treaty of Peace is signed with Moshesh at Aliwal North with cession of territory by the Free State. September 29 1858.

A proposal of Sir George Grey for a union of Cape Colony, Natal, and the Orange Free State which was not approved by the Imperial Government in England. November 19 1858.

The wars with the Basutos end. 1859.

The resignation of President Boshof is not accepted. Feb 1859.

The final resignation of President Boshof with E. R. Snyman being appointed Acting President. June 25 1859.

The district of Bethulie is ceded by Chief Lepui. October 8 1859.

J. J. Venter elected President. December 15 1859.

Marthinus Wessel Pretorius, son of Commandant General Andries Pretorius, is elected President but he has to obtain a leave of absence from the Transvaal where he was also President. Feb 8 1860 serves until June 20 1863.

A treaty is made by Adam Kok by which he cedes his lands to the Free State for £ 4,000 and he removes to East Griqualand: this cession becomes the District of Philippolis. December 26 1861.

The Bloemfontein Bank is established. June 19 1862.

Copper is first mined successfully at the Ookien mine in Little Namaqua Land. 1863.  

The resignation of President Pretorius. April 15 1863.

J. J. Venter becomes acting President. June 20 1863.

Johannes Henricus Brand elected President. November 5 1863.

President Johannes Henricus Brand assumes office. Feb 2 1864 - Jul 14 1888.

A decision is made by Sir Philip Wodehouse, in conference with representatives of the Free State and Moshesh, in favor of the Free State boundary as laid down by Sir Harry Smith. October 28 1864.

Pieter Jeremias Blignaut becomes acting President. Jul 14 1888 Jan 10 1889.

Francis William Reitz elected President. Jan 10 1889 December 11 1895.

Marthinus Steyn elected President. March 4 1896.

Railway line reaches from Cape Town to Bloemfontein. 1890.

The Orange Free State signs a pact with the Transvaal Republic. 1897.

Anglo-Boer War breaks out on October 12 1899.

Vreeniging Peace Treaty ends the independence of the Republic on May 31 1902.

Incorporation into South Africa on May 31 1910.

Republic of South Africa declared on May 31 1961.

Transvaal Republic Dates.

The Sand River Convention signed on Jan 17 1852.

Marthinus Pretious is elected as President of the first Transvaal Republic consisting then of Potchefstroom & Rustenburg districts. November 15 1855.

The Zoutpansberg Republic & the Lydenburg Republic refuse to join the Potchestroom Republic to form the South African Republic. 1856.

Representatives of the districts of Potchefstroom / Rustenburg / and Pretoria meet in special assembly and adopt a constitution for a central government, a national flag for the South African Republic (the Transvaal) and is organized under Marthinius Pretorius and Paul Kruger, but dissenters maintained separate state organizations in Zoutpansberg, Lydenburg and Utrecht. December 16 1856.
Paul Kruger
A meeting of the old Volksraad to repudiate the South African Republic "Potchefstroom" constitution of Pretorius and Paul Kruger and establish the Republic of Lydenburg of the districts of Lydenburg, Utrecht, and Zoutpansburg. December 17 1856.

Creation of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek. When Potchefstroom & Rustenburg join. Marthinius Pretorius inaugurated as the first President of the South African Republic. Jan 6 1857.

President Pretorius mounts an armed raid into Orange Free State to force its union with the South African Republic but it fails and peace is made by Paul Kruger. Jan 1857.

Adoption of the Transvaal Vierkleur Jan 6 1857.
“Four-colour” flag (Vierkleur)
The Peace Treaty with the Orange Free State is signed: each recognizing the independence of the other. June 1 1857.

Marthinus Pretorius accepts & becomes the President of the Orange Free State and resigns as Transvaal president. 1859.

Pretoria declared as new capital. 1860.

Zoutpansberg joined the South African Republic along with Lydenburg and Utrecht united as one state. Jan 1860.

Marthinus Pretorius receiving leave of absence as President of the Transvaal Republic takes office as President of the Orange Free State. Feb 6 1860.

Zoutpansburg / Lydenburg and Utrecht are joined in a union with the South African Republic & signed at Pretoria. April 4 1860. Zoutpansberg remains independent until 1864.

Marthinus Pretorius ends term as President of Orange Free State. April 15 1863.

The election of W. J. C. van Rensburg as President resulted in armed resistance by the Pretorius faction to the "disputed election" and a new election which Pretorius was again elected. October 1863.

Pretorious is re-elected to the office as President. May 10 1864.

The Zoutpansberg Republic is absorbed into the Transvaal Republic. 1864.

Nicolaas van Rensburg. Boer prophet born. August 30 1864.

Day of the Vow declared a public day of commemoration. 1865.

Gold discovered in Transvaal. 1871.

Thomas François Burgers elected President. Jul 1 1872 - April 12 1877.

The annexation of the Transvaal Republic occurred on April 12 1877.

Paul Kruger leads deputation to Britain to demand the freedom of the ZAR / Transvaal Republic. May 10 1877.

Telegraph service between Natal & Transvaal. 1878.

Paul Kruger leads second deputation to Britain to demand freedom of the ZAR. May 14 1878.

Triumvirate government formed on December 1 1880 consisting of Marthinus Wessel Pretorius / Paul Kruger / Petrus Jacobus Joubert.

Proclamation of renewed independence of the Transvaal Republic on Dec 13 1880.

Formal proclamation of the independence of the Transvaal Republic made on Dec 16 1880.

First shot fired in the Erste Vryheidsoorlog / First War of Independence of the ZAR. December 16 1880.

Feb 27 1881. Boer Victory over British at Majuba Hill.

Pretoria Convention ratified on Oct 25 1881.

Paul Kruger elected to his first term as President. May 9 1883.

London Convention ratified on Feb 27 1884 granting full independence of  the ZAR.

The Vryheid Republic established in Natal. August 16 1884.

Discovery of gold at Ferreira's camp later to become the town of Johannesburg. 1886.

President Paul Kruger authorizes the construction of the railway line to Delagoa Bay Mozambique. June 2 1887.

President Paul Kruger awards the Buys family a tract of land now known as Buysdorp for services rendered to the Transvaal Republic. 1888.

First railway line in Transvaal from Johannesburg to Boksburg. 1890.

Inauguration of the Paardekraal Monument. 1891.

Railway line between Lorenzo Marques Johannesburg opened. November 2 1894.

The Pretoria Delagoa Bay railway line opened by the South African Republic. 1895.

Railway line opened between Durban Johannesburg. December 16 1895.

Jameson led a force of about 500 men in a raid into the Transvaal Republic. It was resisted by the Boers & on Jan 2 1896 at Doornkop Jameson surrendered.

Railway line opened between Cape Town & Bulawayo. 1897.

5 000 Boers decide to resist the British annexation. 1897.

Transvaal signs a military pact with the Orange Free State. 1897.

Anglo-Boer War breaks out on October 12 1899.

Concentration camps initiated by British to round up Boer civilians 1901.

Vreeniging Peace Treaty ends the independence of the Transvaal Republic on May 31 1902.

New Republic Dates.

Vryheid Republic declared on August 5 1884.
Bandiera della Nuova Repubblica
South eastern portion annexed by Britain. 1887.

North western portion incorporated into the Transvaal Republic. 1887.

Anglo-Boer War Dates.

First shot of the second Anglo-Boer War by Coeztee at Kraaipanstasie. Over 27 000 people died in the world's first concentration camps as a result of the war. Half of the total Boer child population would die in the camps. October 11 / 12 1899.

Battle of Dundee. 1899.

Boers invade Natal. October 13 1899.

Sieges of Mafeking & Kimberly started. October 14 1899.

Battle of Talana. October 20 1899.

Battle of Elandslaagte. October 21 1899.

Siege of Ladysmith started. October 30 1899.

Battle of Belmont. November 23 1899.

Battle of Graspan. November 25 1899.

Battle of Modder River. Tweerivier. November 28 1899.

Battle of Lombard's Kop. December 8 1899. October 30 1899 [ historyofwar.org ] more confirmed.

Battle of Stromberg. December 10 1899.

Battle of Magersfontein. December 11 1899.

Battle of Colenso. December 15 1899.

Sir Alfred Milner the Governor of the Cape Colony. 1900.

Amalgamation of Union and Castle Steamship Lines. 1900.

Jan 6. Boers attack Ladysmith - over 1000 people killed. Jan 6 1900.

Battle of Spion Kop. Jan 23 - 24 1900.

Battle of Vaal Kranz. Feb 7 1900.

Boer War: In South Africa, 20,000 British troops invade the Orange Free State. Feb 14.

Relief of Kimberly. Feb 15 1900.

Battle of Hart's Hill. Feb 23. 1900.

Battle at Paardeberg. First great British victory of the war. Feb 18 1900 - Feb 27 1900.

British military leaders receive an unconditional notice of surrender from Boer General Piet Cronje. Feb 27.

Ladysmith relieved. Feb 28 1900.

Battle of Poplar Grove. March 7 1900.

Bloemfontein captured by the British. March 13 1900.

First Boer prisoners of war arrive in St. Helena. April 14 1900.

Battle of Diamond Hill. June 11 1900.

Burning of Boer farms [ scorched earth ] policy authorized by Lord Kitchener. July / August 1900.

Teachers arrive from England to teach in the concentration camps followed by 100 teachers from Canada / New Zealand / & Australia. 1901.

Treaty of Vereeniging signed ending the Anglo-Boer War. May 31 1902.

Paul Kruger dies from cardiac failure after a period of illness. He is buried next to his wife Gezina Susanna Frederika Wilhelmina in Pretoria. July 14 1904.

British Occupation Dates.

March 13 1900. British forces occupy Bloemfontein, Orange Free State.

May 17 1900. British troops relieve Mafeking.

May 24 1900. British annex Orange Free State as Orange River Colony.

May 31 1900. British take Johannesburg.

June 5 1900. British take Pretoria.

September 1 1900. Proclamation of British annexation of the Transvaal.

Post Anglo-Boer War Dates.

President Paul Kruger dies. 1904.

Incorporation [of the former Boer Republics. Ed] into South Africa on May 31 1910.

Chinese labourers recruited for the Transvaal mines. 1904.

Asiatic Registration Act passed in the Transvaal. Indians oppose it. 1906.

Census of population taken. May 17 1911.

Miners strikes & riots on Witwatersrand. 1913.

Consecration of the Vrouemonument. December 1913.

General Koos De La Rey is shot & killed at a roadblock. September 15 1914.
Koos De La Rey
The Boer Revolt or Maritz Rebellion. September 15 1914.

Commandant Jopie Fourie executed by firing squad. December 20 1914.
Jopie Fourie
Former President Marthinus Steyn of the Orange Free State dies. 1916.

General Hertzog leads freedom deputation to Versailles to demand restoration of the Boer Republics. Sept 3 1919.

Afrikaans used for the first time in church. November 10 1919.

The dialect of Afrikaans spoken by the Boers is removed from Parliament. 1921 - 1923.

The Rand Revolt. 1922.

Recognition of Afrikaans as second official language of the Union after English. 1925.

Nicolaas van Rensburg. Notable Boer prophet died. March 11 1926.

Afrikaans Bible issued. 1933.

Ossewa Brandwag formed as an offshoot of Boer Republics restoration movement & as vehicle to achieve goal. 1939.
Ossewa Brandwag (OB)
300 000 to 500 000 people demand the restoration of the Boers Republics. 1940s.

Voortrekker Monument built. 1949.

Afrikaner establishment unite & organize against the Boer Republican movement preventing the Boers from reclaiming the Boer Republics. 1949.

D F Malan hijacks & subverts Boer Republican movement & co-opts a portion of its remnants into the fold of Afrikaner Nationalism. An Afrikaans language based teleocratic agenda aimed at securing an Afrikaans language based hegemony of the macro State of South Africa while marginalizing the Boer people in the process as Boers are outnumbered by Cape Dutch [ non-Boer ] descended Afrikaners. 1949.

Prime Minister Hans Strijdom dies in office after four years of assuming office. He was noted for leaning towards the restoration of the Boer Republics before suddenly dying. He was one of the few leaders of Boer descent. 1958.

The town of Randburg is founded by the chairman of a town council action committee: Robert van Tonder.  1959.

October 5 1960. Referendum on turning South Africa into a republic.

May 31 1961. Republic of South Africa declared.

1961. Robert van Tonder leaves the National Party to pursue restoring the Boer Republics.

1977. First printing of Boerestaat of Robert van Tonder.
Boerestaat, by Robert van Tonder
1984. The AWB adopts the notion of restoring the Boer Republics. Membership grows.
Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB)
1986. Robert van Tonder founds the Boerestaat Party as a democratic vehicle to achieve the goal of Boer Republic restoration.

1991. Robert van Tonder goes on the record calling President F W de Klerk "an undemocratic oppressor" for not allowing a vote on Boer Republic restoration.

[ 1990 - 1994. Boer Armed Struggle for Independence 1990 – 1994. Ed. ]

[ 1995. The Boer Republican Electoral Commission (BVK) ask the UN recognition of the Boers as indigenous people of southern Africa. Ed. ]

1999. Robert van Tonder dies after long battle with cancer.

[ 2010. Eugene Terre'Blanche murdered in his farm. Ed. ]

Eugene Terre'Blanche

Destroy the Spirit of UBUNTU... - The white Christian's lies: Lie No. 5 PDF Print E-mail


Book: Destroy the Spirit of UBUNTU, said the white Christian boss

The white Christian's lies
Lie No: 5

They preach to you that Jesus loves the bastards, but He scorns a Cananite (coloured) woman.
Matthew 15:21-28 reveals an extremely racist behaviour of the New Testament Jesus towards a Cananite woman who only wanted her daughter to be healed. He blatantly ignored her at first - (verse 23). Only after she acknowledged and identified herself as a dog, He condescended to speak to her. To further confirm whom the chosen one’s were He came for, Jesus says the following in Matthews 15:24:
24: “But he (Jesus) answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
This statement would be considered “highly racist” in today’s society, especially because the House of Israel was only white people. In verse 26 He tells her to her face that it is not nice to take the bread from the children (white Israelites) and cast it to dogs (coloured people)! In the following verse this poor coloured woman had to be on her knees before Jesus, saying this:
27: “And she said, Truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their masters’ table.”
What does He do?
No, no salvation from Jesus; only a “be it unto thee even as thou wilt”.
If this scene is read in conjunction with the statement of Jesus in Matthew 7:6 it would really smack of super-racism according to the rules applied in the new democratic South Africa.
“Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.”
Now knowing the true meaning of the word “holy” as “apart”, this verse suddenly becomes as clear as daylight.
“Do not give anything of this religion to the non-white dogs.”
Why? Because they, the non-white dogs, obtain the RIGHT to kill the White man who dares take that what is holy, like salvation, forgiveness and blessing to the dogs.
To summarise our Saviour’s words, non-whites like this coloured Cananite woman, can only be satisfied with the crumbs that fall from the White man’s table.
And crumbs is precisely what the Black man in Africa received from their white missionary bosses. With their superior Scriptural knowledge, these missionaries were very much aware of the REAL meaning of these verses. They were the initiated ones into this esoteric information.
This privileged information had to be kept from the uneducated African at all costs, because according to Matthew 7:6 he, the Black man obtained the God-given right to kill the white man who took the set-apart things anywhere else than to the twelve white tribes of Israel.
The most popular way these slithery theologians slip past these verses in any serious conversation, is to claim that everything changed with the “resurrection of Jesus”. There is no regard for the fact that if everything had changed, as they would like the Black man to believe, God Himself as well as Jesus become liars.

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Boers and 'Afrikaners' - Boerestaat, Robert van Tonder PDF Print E-mail


From the book: Boerestaat, by Robert van Tonder
First English Edition [1977]

Contents of “Boerestaat”, by Robert van Tonder

Chapter 13

Boere and 'Afrikaners'

Millions of Boere today refer to themselves as Afrikaners. This is understandable because since the advent of the Union of South Africa the title 'Afrikaner' has been used consistently by the politicians.

13.1 The historical sequence of events
Originally the word 'Afrikaner', or 'Africaander' in its original spelling, meant simply 'African'. But whit the advent of the Afrikaner Bond, a Cape political organisation, it became politicised and referred to a specific group of people.

“The Afrikaner Bond was formed on the initiative of Rev. S. J. du Toit in June 1880 - the same year in which the Boere of Transvaal took up arms to rid themselves of British rule - and its aim was to look after the interests of the Dutch speaking colonials. Two years later in 1882 “Onze Jan” Hendrik Hofmeyer formed a Bond branch and the organisation moved away from the idea of an exclusive Afrikaner movement and accepted the Queen's Sovereignty and membership of the British Empire. The Bond had great power in the Cape political affairs, especially because they could, by giving or withdrawing support, keep a certain ministry in office or initiative its downfall. From 1890 to 1895 even Cecil John Rhodes was in alliance with the Bond. During the Anglo-Boer War they held their members in check and consequently no large-scale Boer rebellion took place. In December 1911 the Bond amalgamated with Het Volk, Orangia-Unie and Volksvereeniging to form the South African Party with Louis Botha.[28]”

The Afrikaners of the Cape also supported the British war effort logistically by allowing them the use of their railways to transport troops and equipment to the north. Eventually they volunteered and fought on the British side against the Boere in the colony.

The Afrikaners of the Cape Colony formed a far more vital element in the British decision to enter into a war against the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek than most people realise. “The Raid (Jameson's) had made him (Chamberlain) keener than ever to have a go at the Transvaal. By alienating the Cape Afrikaners, however, it had also deprived him of the means.[29]” During Milner's visit to Chamberlain on November 22nd 1898 he was told the following: “If war had to come, Kruger must be the aggressor and the Afrikaners at the Cape - or at least a large part of them - on the side of the Empire.[30]”

13.2 The historical interpretation
After 1910, in an attempt to unite the whites in South Africa into one nation - an action which directly inspired the founding of the A.N.C. in 1912 - politicians coined the terminology of English-speaking and Dutch-speaking Afrikaners. By 1925 it was decided that the written version of the Taal had become sophisticated enough to replace Dutch as an official language. It was then officially dubbed 'Afrikaans'. The whites were subsequently referred to as English-speaking and 'Afrikaaans'-speaking Afrikaners. In general usage this was soon simplified to 'English' and 'Afrikaners”.

Now although these Afrikaners speak the same language as the Boere and although thousands of men from the northern and eastern Cape Colony fought along with the Boere forces in the great English War of 1899 - 1902 a large number of them were and are of British Imperialist orientation as regards their sentiments and traditions.
[Boeretaal and 'Afrikaans', are not the same thing. The Boer language (“Taal” or “Boeretaal”) has been classified as 'Eastern Border Afrikaans', the region where the Boers and the Boer language were formed. The Cape Rebels, the inhabitants of the British Cape Colony who fought on the side of the Boer Republics, were in the vast majority Boers of the Cape frontier and not Cape Dutch / Cape Afrikaners.
In this regard Volkstaat.org recommends you to read the following articles:
The Cape Frontier: birth place of the Boer Nation
Boer language, Afrikaans, Nederlands: differences. A question for Ron
The Cape Rebels were not Cape Dutch
The vast majority of the Cape Rebels were Boers - Ron

In 'The Boer War' Thomas Pakenham has the following to say about Jan Smuts and his appointment as State Attorney by Paul Kruger: “Yet how incongruous the partnership appeared. Smuts was an Afrikaner from the Cape; his first language, for the purpose of writing, was English, his favourite poets were Shelley, Shakespeare and Walt Whitman... The keystone of his political faith, like that of other Afrikaners at the Cape, had been the idea of South African unity under the British flag [31]. During the peace talks at Vereeniging in 1902, Smuts would again demonstrate how adept he was at expressing sentiments he was vey far from sharing.”

The naivete of politicians is astounding. During the last decade of the 19th century the governor of the Cape complained to the Colonial Secretary in London about the problems caused by the irreconcilability between the English, Afrikaners and Boers in the Cape Colony. The English were loyal to the Crown. The Afrikaners were also loyal to the Crown but they persisted in demanding that there 'primitive form of Dutch' be recognised as a language. The Boers were pointedly antagonistic towards the Crown. And this was after ninety years of British rule. On the other hand, until the advent of the mine magnates, the British immigrants to the Z.A.R. and the Free State were quite happy to be assimilated in the local population.

After the successful completion of Milner's plans to subjugate the Boere of Transvaal and Free State he had a draft constitution drawn up by the Milner-kindergarten for his dream of a Union of South Africa. This job was completed in 1905. In the nick of time as it turned out. Milner, as Governor of South Africa, agreed with the mine magnates that the best solution to the shortage of Africans willing to work at sufficiently low wages was the importation of indentured Chinese labour. The British Cabinet agreed on condition that “they not be flogged as though they were Africans” [32]. However Milner allowed the Chinese to be flogged and when the British Cabinet found out they passed a note of censure on him. Milner resigned and left the country. On his way out he passed the draft constitution over to the Governor at the Cape. This astute gentleman wrote an introduction to it and passed it on to the 'National Convention' of 1908 as his brain-child.

The Convention, which met to discuss the union of the four colonies and draw up a constitution, was attended by 36 delegates, sent by the governors who ruled the four colonies. Only 7 of the delegates represented the Boere faulk. The rest were British War Criminals, Cape 'Afrikaners', Jingoes, British subjects and a few Boere traitors. The only patriotic Boere that attended the Convention were pres. M T Steyn, genl Hertzog and genl. De Wet. They were completely unable to affect the course of events.

Here the new Union of South Africa was born.

Transvaal, our strongest Boere Republic, for instance, was represented by four British War Criminals, Messrs. Farrar, Fitzpatrick, H. C. Hull and H. Lindsay, along with the Boere traitors, Botha and Smuts and their two politically naïve bosom friends, Schalk Burger and Koos de la Rey. Genl. De la Rey's Boere heart got the better of him in 1914 when he rebelled against the British machinations and decided to wage a civil war to reinstate the Boere Republics. He was 'accidentally' shot by the police who had 'put out a road-block for the Foster gang'. His rebellion is to his credit.

In the same manner the Cape, Natal and Free State delegations were loaded with British War Criminals and their fellow-travellers.

In spite of the language problems that had already been experienced in the Cape and the fact that the Boere faulk was still in the majority in spite of the devastation of the War and British immigration, the Convention now insisted that English be the official language for the whole country. Dutch was only retained through the insistence of the Boere delegates of the Free State to the profound embarrassment of the traitors from the Transvaal. Hertzog's persistent campaigning for equal rights for Dutch, and later 'Afrikaans', earned him the label of 'racist'.

In the process they did every white person in the country, but especially the English, a tremendous disservice. Dutch was eventually, after only 13 years, replaced by the Taal which was duly dubbed 'Afrikaans' in the process. The retention of English has attached to the white population of Southern Africa the stigma of being colonials. It is also a well know fact that it is an awful bother for most adults to learn a new language. The result is that most English immigrants never assimilate into the population and they never become part of Africa but cling to their 'English Heritage' to the detriment of their cultural development in a new country. The same applies to immigrants from European countries who have a smattering of English learnt at school and find themselves in an environment where they can get along quite well in English.

After the founding of the Union our Boere faulk found itself in a devil of a spot. The political dispensation forced us to co-operate with the 'Afrikaans'-speakers of the Cape and Natal in order to gain political control. That is when the word 'Afrikaner' was coined as a name for the entire 'White nation'. It had the naïve purpose of uniting both English-speaking and Dutch-speaking whites who 'put South Africa first' into one nation. The word 'Afrikaner' was at this time used with the connotation 'a white citizen of the Union of S.A. be he English- or Dutch-speaking'. That then was the advent of political racism in this country. When Dutch was replaced by 'Afrikaans' on the statute books the terms English-speaking and 'Afrikaans'-speaking Afrikaners were naturally simplified to English and Afrikaners. It eventually resulted in the 'Afrikaners' drawing together in one party and gaining the majority white vote. In the process the word 'Afrikaner' which before 1902 had been the name of a member of an 'underground' political group in the Cape, the Afrikaner Bond always worked behind the scenes, now became the name of a 'faulk'. The upcoming generations grew up under the illusion that their nationality is that of 'Afrikaner'. The activities of the secret Afrikaner Broederbond did nothing to lend clarity to the situation. In their efforts towards 'purity' they caused a rift between Boere and European descent and Boere of British descent and a false sense of union between Boere and Cape Afrikaners.

Before Union our faulk was world renowned as the Boere faulk, the Cape Colonists were generally referred to as Cape Dutch and members of the Afrikaner Bond singled out as Afrikaners.

After 1910 in the Union of South Africa we could no longer vote for our own faulk representatives in our own state. Even if we won all the seats in Transvaal and Free State it would have been to no avail because the Cape and Natal also had to be won in an election in order to gain the political edge. Now in the word 'Afrikaner' with its new meaning of an 'Afrikaans-speaking white citizen of South Africa' became a useful political tool. It was built up as being the name of the Faulk in order to gain political power by drawing all 'Afrikaans'-speakers together at the ballot-box. Before this it had never been the name of a faulk. There were people who referred to themselves as Africaanders but it was to indicate that they were not natives of Europe or Batavia but natives of Africa. There was never any reference to the Afrikaner faulk of Transvaal and Free State. No, we were world renowned as Boere and our states were world renowned as the Boere Republics. The 'Kapenaars' were know as 'Colonials' or 'Cape Dutch' and the bunch in Natal as Colonials. The word 'Afrikaner' references all sorts of things belonging to an entire continent but it does not reference a specific faulk. The inhabitants of nearly all 53 countries listed at the start of this book are 'Afrikaners' or Africans. Linguistically that is the only correct meaning of the word 'Afrikaner'.

It is amusing thought that the Afrikaners of the Afrikaner Bond probably knew nothing about inspanning a team of Afrikaners in front of an ox-wagon.

Furthermore, for us Boere the word 'Afrikaner' has associations of treachery. After 1852 while our Boere faulk enjoyed total political and language autonomy the 'Kapenaars' were still courting the British for protection. However, in 1875 the natives of Paarl started a 'language movement' that very soon ground to a halt. They tried, because a lack of freedom, tradition and culture, to promote the name 'Afrikaner' but as early as 1882 the Afrikaner Bond, under instigation of 'Onze Jan' Hendrik Hofmeyer, swore allegiance to Queen Victoria and the British Empire. This step was aimed at patching things up with the British after our Boere faulk had humiliated them at Majuba in 1881. Clearly an attitude of: “You Boere can go to blazes, we prefer the company of British Royalty.”

The Afrikaner Bond backed the arch-enemy of our Faulk, Cecil Rhodes, and got him elected as Prime Minister of the Cape Colony. After the Jameson-Raid the Bond, although they now turned their backs on Rhodes, continued to support the British and kept a pro-British government in power in the Cape that saw to it that British troops were transported by rail through the Karoo to our borders so that we had to fight on two fronts, a task totally beyond the military capacity of our Boere army. During the Vereeniging discussions one of our generals pointed out that we had 'lost the war because the Cape Afrikaners had left us in the lurch by allowing the British troops to be transported by rail through the Karoo'. The Cape rebel leader, the brave Boere Commandant, Japie Neser, wrote in his diary: 'In a heavy battle with the enemy my commando killed twelve men, they were all Afrikaners'. And in his memories genl. Ben Viljoen writes during his internment on St. Helena: 'The bad treatment of us Boere in the camp is due to the advice given to the British by the Cape Afrikaners who have always been enemies of the Boere'.

During the British War the members of the Afrikaner Bond, that still kept the pro-British government in power in the Cape, formed the core of the British Town Guards and they were the forerunners in hunting down the Boere-rebels that fought on our side. The word 'Afrikaner' therefor leaves a foul taste in the mouth of a Boer.

13.3 A Faulk's identity
The deception of the Boere faulk since 1910 was mainly Cape Dutch inspired. Whit a stroke of the pen and the term 'Afrikaner' they nearly destroyed our Boere identity. What is generally forgotten is that the 'Afrikaans'-speaking Cape Dutch are not part of our Boere faulk!

A Faulk, any Faulk, has certain properties; a Faulk has its own unique history; its own traditions, festival days, political dispensation and political philosophy; own territory (state); own language; own race; own symbols, flags, faulksong [33] and folksongs. We Boere qualify one hundred per cent, but the 'Afrikaans'-speaking 'Kapenaars' that make up the N.P. government have none of these qualities. They had no part in our Boere history; they have never possessed their own territory (state); they never had their own flag and national anthem; own festival days and culture. That is why, to this day, they are so fond of British Royalty. This is clear from the adoration shown British Royalty by their journals: 'Die Huisgenoot', 'Sarie', 'Die Burger', 'Die Volksblad', 'Beeld' and Fair Lady.

Indeed, we are not of the same faulk at all. As a matter of fact, the Cape Dutch have never BEEN a faulk. They are still searching for a culture and a faulk tradition.

It will be of great assistance to them if the new independent Cape state Hexania comes about. The Cape Coloureds have long since deserved a state of their own and such of course of events will remove the thorns of animosity towards the Boere faulk. It is one of the evil results of the Union and Republic of South Africa that the Coloureds started perceiving the Boere, who have never had anything against them, as their enemies. The white 'Afrikaans'-speaking Cape Dutch oppress and politically control them. We Boere do not, but because we had to side with 'Whites' of the Cape to gain political power, we became implicated in their political impotence. Quite undeservedly so because we like they were dragged into the Union by the British against our wishes.

13.4 A referendum for the Boere of the Cape
But, I repeat, we do not want to be proscriptive. We Boere are, however, going to restart our interrupted faulk development and restart our Republics. We must do it in order to survive! The thinly populated areas in the Northern Cape will probably decide to join the Boere state. That however will be their decision and we Boere will see to it that a referendum for such a decision will be organised for them. As already mentioned, most of the black states were founded on Transvaal and Free State soil. To compensate for the tremendous loss of territory the northern part of Natal, including Kosi bay as well as the harbours of St Lucia bay and Richard's bay must be added to the Boere state. North Natal was a part of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek. After the English War it was stolen by the British and attached to Natal.

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30. 'The Boer War' by Thomas Pakenham p 31.
31. Smuts in a secret memorandum to the Transvaal executive September 4th 1899: … a frightful blood-bath out of which our faulk shall come … either as … hewers of wood and drawers of water for a hated race, or as victors, founders of a United South Africa of one of the greatest empires of the world … an Afrikaner republic in South Africa stretching form Table Bay to the Zambezi'.
32. Thomas Pakenham in 'The Boer War' p 575.
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