Afrikaner roads to nowhere: from Orandeë to Orania PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 01:16

The following text is taken from “Hartseer land (extreem rechts in Zuid Afrika)”, in English: “My beloved country” (the extreme right in South Africa), 1991 documentary of the Dutch director Saskia Vredeveld.

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Carel Boshoff, Pretoria 1988. 150th Great Trek of the BoerFor some of the right, the Great Trek is not over. [The documentary confuses Boers and Afrikaners (with reference to Afrikaans-speaking withes). With regard to the Great Trek: was did by Boers only, while the vast majority of Afrikaans-speaking whites didn’t attend it]
Theologian Carel Boshoff wants a country for the Afrikaners [hard to say what Professor Carel Boshoff meant for “Afrikaners”, if only the Afrikaans-speaking withes or all Afrikaans-speaking people, seeing that his statements on matter changed dramatically over the years. During the making of the documentary in question, the main definition of “Afrikaner” was however: Afrikaans-speaking white, and it was which Carel Boshoff then referred. Although it was the only way to attract Afrikaans-speaking whites, distracting them from the Boer nationalism].
Like the Boers in the AWB Boshoff’s supporters fight to create a white state.
But Boshoff does not want the old Boer Republics [because he did not want a Boer state, because he didn’t want really an African white independent state (which can be only Boer)].
He wants a new land. An empty land. A white land [but only nations have the right to independence, so this road can not lead anywhere. And a “white” land in Africa already exists, that of the Boer Republics].
A land called Orandeë.

Carel Boshoff, 1990

Carel Boshoff: “The ideal of the Afrikaner people is to live as a free people in its own fatherland. Land has to be found for this [The fatherland - the land of the fathers - is on the land of the fathers. Not elsewhere. Afrikaners (with reference to the Afrikaans-speaking whites) aren’t a nation, and never had an independent state. Unlike Boer!]. Here in the map you can see that the borders of the Republic of South Africa run like that. The north, east and south are the most populated. In the north-west is a large uninhabited area. An area must be established to be developed by Afrikaners and to grow into an Afrikaner People’s State.”

Carel Boshoff, 1990. Area of the future Afrikaner volkstaat

André Putter, 1990André Putter: “My name is André Putter. My wife and I moved from Messina to Olifantshoek [Messina is the northernmost town of the Transvaal. Azania, the new capitalist-communist empire that reigns over the nations of southern Africa, changed the name of the region in “Northern Transvaal”, then in “Northern Province”, and then in “Limpopo”; to the town it changed the name in “Musina”. This also Boer genocide]. That’s 1,300 km. We came here to help bring about the promised Afrikaner State. I am the PR officer for the Orandeë-Ontwikkelingskorps [OOK, in English: Orandeë Development Corps] which aims to set up the white Afrikaner volkstaat.
There is great interest abroad. Lots of Dutch people want to come. 75 from the village of Urk want to emigrate to Orandeë. People want to come from the former West Germany and Panama. We get lots of enquiries from Australia too. I think that people from all over the world want to move here. We are 250,000 short of forming an white Afrikaner majority here. There are 65,000 white Afrikaners and 265,000 coloureds and blacks. The coloureds and blacks now living in Orandeë won’t be deported. We are certainly not planning that. But if they stay, they must be of use to the People’s State [this is right, but it is also right that not all (true) whites have the same culture, same language, same religion and  spirit. Because the nation has boundaries beyond the race].”

Olifantshoek and Kuruman


André Putter: “Questa è una delle prime bandiere. E’ stata fatta a mano. Nella nuova bandiera abbiamo rimosso il bordo giallo e abbiamo reso il verde leggermente più scuro. La bandiera sudafricana in arancione, bianco e blu ha le strisce orizzontali. Noi le abbiamo ruotate e le abbiamo fatte verticali. L’arancione simboleggia la libertà per gli afrikaner e la casa reale olandese. Il bianco è per gli africani bianchi e il blu per le origini reali. Noi vogliamo vivere in pace ed in armonia con il resto d’Africa. Ecco perché c’è una banda nera con l’arancione. Simboleggia la vita in armonia con le popolazioni nere. Noi non abbiamo niente contro di loro ma la nostra libertà è in pericolo se dobbiamo vivere in un paese con i neri. 2.500.000 bianchi non possono conservare la loro cultura, la loro lingua e la loro religione in un paese di 40 milioni di stranieri [questo è vero, ma com’è vero che non tutti i (veri) bianchi hanno la stessa cultura, la stessa lingua, la stessa religione e lo stesso spirito. Perché la nazione ha dei confini che vanno oltre quelli della razza].”

Flag of Orandeë

[At the center of the flag is the stylized the Voortrekker Monument. A Boer monument (and not simply “Afrikaner”), erected to commemorate the Great Trek, a migratory movement which only a minority of Afrikaans-speaking whites took part, in fact: the Boers.
The use of symbols, monuments and flags of the Boer nation, is typical of the so-called Afrikaner “nationalism” (an artificial nationalism, because white Afrikaners aren’t a nation), even if it is absolutely illegitimate, and this testifies its nature, which is aimed to erase the true nationalism (Boer)]

KurumanTelevision news: “Near Kuruman in Cape Province the Orandeë Development Corps symbolically opened a white development area. Professor Carel Boshoff unveiled a provisional name plate and stated that Orandeë should be regarded as a growth area of an Afrikaner state. Then Professor Boshoff planted an olive tree in Kuruman as a symbol of life and growth in the development area.”




Carell Boshoff with name plate of Orandeë

André Putter: “We’re going to plant millions of trees in Orandeë. It is a scientific fact that this will make it rain more. We are going to divert the cold gulf stream by building a wall in the Atlantic Ocean. This will change the climate up to 300 km inland. I am sure that we can turn this desert into a fertile land. We ask the outside world to help us achieve this. The Afrikaners are not as bad as the world thinks.”


André Putter: “We don’t need anyone’s permission to proclaim Orandeë. But we have started negotiating and we shall continue for the present. The outside world won’t stop us pursuing our goals. The government knows exactly what we are doing. If Orandeë is given to the Afrikaners that could rid South Africa of much tension. But if someone tries to stop us there will be trouble. I am terrified that Afrikaners will have to fight a war. It would be an underground war, invisible, with the most refined form of terrorism. Volkstaat or war.”

Only the Boers (especially in the AWB) fought for their freedom.
The Afrikaners (with reference to not pro-Boer Afrikaans-speaking withes) entered in the parliament of the capitalist-communist Empire who took power in South Africa, and supporting it against the Boers, like their (biological and/or spiritual) fathers had supported the British Empire.
In the 1994 Professor Carel Boshoff was, immediately, a member and candidate of the Vryheidsfront (VF), the Afrikaner collaborationist party that, under the guise of an (impossible) independence for Afrikaners (with reference to Afrikaans-speaking withes) - which would was donated by the Empire after had voted in its multinational elections - served to disrupt and weaken the Boer independentist front.
Orandeë, like Vryheidsfront (VF), was a false (Afrikaner) alternative to prevent any real opposition to the Empire, that could lead to the (Boer) independence.
Orandeë never born. Only Orania was born, a small town of Afrikaners (with reference to Afrikaans-speaking withes), devoted to the Empire.

This article began with a picture of Carel Boshoff, disguised as a Boer (in Pretoria in 1988), during the commemoration of a Boer anniversary, the “Great Trek”, the great migration which led to the birth of the Boer Republics; and ends with a 1990 statement of André Putter, a his collaborator for many years,
“I’m an Orandees and not an Afrikaner or a Boer. Our language is Orandees, a pure form of Afrikaans.” From an artificial nationalism (Afrikaner) to another one (Orandees). Who doesn’t know his flag, may take any flag.
The true nationalists know the nation they belong to, and fight to preserve it and pass it, biologically and spiritually in order to perpetuate themselves and their ancestors. They know its name, flag, history and borders.
The false nationalisms are roads of perdition, which serve only to leave their nation.