I don’t remember when I visited the Orania’s website for the first time. But I remember when I saved the first pictures from his website, because I still have. It was 2001. I reviewed them today, in 2010 (9 years later), and then I visited the website of Orania.
In the 2001, all the flags that appeared in the photos of Orania were pro-Boer flags or even Boer flags. In one photo, the same Carel Boshoff – the founder of Orania - dressed a t-shirt with written “Orania” and a Vryburgervlag. In the photos of today, instead, there isn’t not even a pro-Boer flag. All disappeared, slowly removed to give place to a new flag, invented. An “Afrikaner” flag, “Afrikaner” as the Afrikaans-speaking whites who fought for the British Empire against the Boers during the Second War of Liberation. A new flag for the Afrikaners (with reference to Afrikaans-speaking withes) today, which withdrew themselves into a reserve, swearing loyalty to the empire of today, the capitalist-communist one who rules on southern Africa.
Probably many people who have moved to Orania have done in good faith, or for to escape from the extermination of whites and from the Boer genocide. But must be clear: Orania isn’t a beginning, is an end.
Orania has changed its flag, but rightly so. The false patriots (its founders and FF), those who have betrayed the nation, have sold it, broken up and deluded it with a false choice (Orania itself and the participation in the multinational elections), cannot and shouldn’t hide them behind flags of the true freedom.
Orania and FF+ can invent all the flags they want, and change all the colors they want. But the regime who they have chosen to serve is always the same.
Photo above. The first: September 2010, Jacob Zuma - president of the capitalist-communist empire that rules over southern Africa - is welcomed by Carel Boshoff in Orania. In the other one, in March 2009, Carel Boshoff IV and Julius Malema (President of the ANC Youth League, ANCYL), are together in Orania.
Below some photos of Orania, saved in 2001.
Below some photos of Orania, saved in 2010.