The Boers at the U.N. - 1995 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 March 2012 07:00


Boers put their case to the U.N.! September 1995 edition of “Sweepslag”

The Boere Republikeinse Verkiesingskommissie (BVK; in English: Boer Republican Electoral Commission), was a committee supported by various Boer movements and associations - including: Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB); Boerestaat Party (BSP); Boere Weerstandsbeweging (BWB); Boere Vryheidsbeweging (BVB);  Boere Krisisaksie (BKA); Radio Donkerhoek; Mynwerkersunie; Vakbond Yster en Staal - which had the task of register Boers for the election of a “Boer Volksraad” (Boer parliament).

In July 1995 a delegation of the BVK went to Switzerland, and on July 22 presented a document at the United Nations conference on indigenous peoples in Geneva, which called for the recognition of the Boer as indigenous people.

The BVK delegation was composed by: Fritz Meyer (Chairman of the BVK); Fred Rundle (Chief Negotiator of the AWB); Gen. Willem Etsebeth; and Waldi van Zyl.

Fred Rundle - in his role as spokesman for the BVK -  upon his return to southern Africa, told to reporters: “We are indigenous people from the soil”. “We don’t know any other country. We don’t claim to represent all whites in South Africa. We only represent the Boers. Afrikaners are distinctly different from Boers. The Boers were the people who tamed the country, who fought the British.” “We are not interested in any elections held by the ANC. We leave that to the Vryheidsfront and the Konserwatiewe Party.”

The picture above, which documents the initiative, is the September 1995 edition of “Sweepslag” (for many years the official newsletter of the AWB).

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

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.

Die Mandela Legende / The Mandela Legend - Dr. P.W. Möller PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 April 2012 07:07

“Die Mandela Legende – The Mandela Legend”, by Dr. P.W. MöllerDr. P.W. Möller

The book “Die Mandela Legende – The Mandela Legend”, by dr. P.W. Möller, is a biography of Nelson Mandela, history communist terrorist of the African National Congress (ANC), and first black President of the “new” Empire of the Republic of South Africa (RSA).
Dr. P.W. Moller, in a booklet easy to read, cheap and basic, in two languages (Afrikaans and English), unmasks an icon of international capitalism-communism, and report his true story.

The truth is a powerful weapon. For this reason many those who try to suppress it. invites you to buy this book and spread it.
Those who are interested to buy a copy of “Die Mandela Legende – The Mandela Legend” can contact via e-mail. All copies will be ordered directly to Dr. Möller, in southern Africa.

What follows is a brief presentation of the book.


The Real Mandela

In this booklet (which is published in Afrikaans and English) Nelson Mandela, who has been elevated to a world icon, is exposed as the tyrant he really is – all but the amiable, peace loving and benign personality popularly ascribed to him. Not only did his propagation and incitement of violence, over many years, foster a state of anarchy, which is still rampant in South Africa, but he himself was responsible for the death of many innocent people.

During the National Party's negotiations with him, Mandela persistently refused to renounce violence, even though he continuously pretend to be in favour of a peaceful solution for the South African situation. Despite the fact that he is nothing less than a terrorist he is still being revered as a saint. It is beyond belief that the term “Madiba magic”, whatever it may mean, should still be dabbled about. The author believes that nowhere else in world history has such a false image been created, as in the case of Mandela. This is his modest attempt to expose the lies and counter his false image.

Video: Die Boer En Sy Stryd - Frans & Cathy Maritz PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 September 2012 07:07


Frans & Cathy Maritz: We decided to write this song in memory of all the God [YHWH. Ed.] fearing Boer people who have given their lives for the freedom that was taken away from them as far back as 1899. Today they are still being persecuted and killed in the most horrific ways, while the world looks the other way and to most it still seems like no one cares, yet the families and friends of the fallen ones will never forget the sacrifice they were forced to make and the terrible way in which they had to die at the hands of the a ruthless and cruel force.

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