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Jan van Riebeeck not father of Boer Nation PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 January 2015 11:00

 

Van Riebeeck at the Cape in 1652

Johan Anthoniszoon van Riebeeck (1619-1677) was a Dutch explorer who in 1639 entered to the service of the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie - VOC). On behalf of the VOC the 6th April 1652 landed with three ships (Drommedaris, Reijger, and Goede Hoop) to Table Bay. With him there were about ninety men, mostly of German and Frisian ethnic origin - most of whom were flooded out of their homes by the VOC and later forced to accompany Jan Van Riebeeck to the Cape- as well as smaller numbers of Dutch.
The objective of the VOC was to set up a supply station at the Cape, for the ships of the company who were en route to Java.
On April 6, 1654, two years after his arrival, Jan van Riebeeck announces that in future this day will be observed as a prayer and Thanksgiving Day to God.
Van Riebeeck restrained the arrival of French Huguenots that fleeing Catholic persecutions and left southern Africa, where he didn’t want to live. He was a white, Dutch, tyrant, a colonialist who never felt himself as African, and who decided not to have descendants in Africa.
Jan van Riebeeck was an oppressor of the ancestors of the Boers.
The Boer nation was formed several years later, on the Cape frontier. That was when, during the late 1600s and all throughout the 1700s, a number of the poorest whites of the Cape (proto Afrikaans speaking) began to trek northward and eastward. They were unwilling to submit themselves to the dictatorship of the VOC, in search of a land to be free. They were called “Trekboers” because on the Cape frontier became nomadic pastoralists.
The Boer people were not born in Europe, nor among the Cape Dutch, but on the Cape frontier. The “Trekboers” are the fathers of the Boer nation, not Jan van Riebeeck.

Jan van Riebeeck is generally represented by the supporters of the so-called “white South African nationalism” and of the so-called “white Afrikaner nationalism” (false nationalisms, created by international capitalism in anti-Boer function) as the father of a false “white South African” or “white Afrikaner” nation, of which the Boers would be part. But to deny Boer national identity is only an act of Boer Genocide.

 
Orange Free State (Oranje-Vrystaat) flag Volkstaat.org PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 May 2013 07:07

 

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Orange Free State “vierkleur” / flag of the Orange Free State, one of the Republics founded by the Boers at the end of the Great Trek, that gained independence from British rule on February 23, 1854.
This flag is all cotton with size 73 x 110 cm, and is sewn with threads of different colors, to match the fabric. Is equipped with a nylon cord, tied at the top to a chromed steel snap and which is left untied at the base to allow tying. The rope is inside a sheath in white cotton.
This kind of packaging is suitable for any kind of pennant flagpoles.
The flag is kept in a plastic bag with button closure, with a sheet that summarizes its history and indicates the correct procedures of exposure.

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Flag: Oranje-Vrystaat
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Boer march - Pretoria, May 31, 2017 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 June 2017 20:00

 

On May 31, 2017, some Boers marched in Pretoria to claim their freedom, for their Volk, and for their prisoners.


 
South Africa, Rainbow Nation. White Genocide as apotheosis of anti-racism PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 19:07

 

ANC: white children on the cross

Middelburg, South Africa, August 2016. A black man is stopped by two whites, while he is on their property. He is in possession of suspected stolen copper cable. They would like to take him to the police station, but he threaten to kill their families and burn their crop fields. Obviously it is not racism, they are whites.
His threats are not taken lightly, perhaps because the two whites are among the potential victims of the genocide under way in South Africa. So they decide to take him to their farm, and there they placed him in a coffin and threaten him to death. And this is racism, because he is black.
And so, now, the two whites are on trial, while the Black Communists protest out of the court against racism. They raise the placard "Kill White" together “Life Sentence for the Racists“, while they are beating two white dolls, nailed to a cross. All very anti-racist.

Sources:
http://mobserver.co.za/60162/update-coffin-accused-claim-theft-was-motive/
Update: Coffin accused claim theft was motive, del 22 novembre 2016

http://mobserver.co.za/60729/white-dolls-paraded-outside-court/
White dolls paraded outside court, del I dicembre 2016

 

EFF: against racism & kill Whites

EFF: Kill White

ANC: white children on the cross

 
The “Oranje-blanje-blou” isn't a Boer flag PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 May 2012 11:07

 

“Oranje-blanje-blou” (“Orange-white-blue”) flag

The so-called “Oranje-blanje-blou” (“Orange-white-blue”) flag was designed in 1927, and May 31, 1928, was adopted by the Union of South Africa, the empire put together by international capitalism through British military force, after to have defeated and incorporated the free Boer republics in 1902. The “Oranje-blanje-blou” replaced the British flag.

The goal of this change was to give to the south African Empire a new flag that could be considered “acceptable” by all different white components of the Empire: the white Cape Afrikaners (also known as “Cape Dutch”); the Boer; the British.
The “Oranje-blanje-blou” served to promotes a new false “nationalism” primarily based on skin color (not even on the race!), for to contrast the true Boer nationalism, which demanded the freedom lost in the 1902.
The “Oranje-blanje-blou” was, therefore, a new and further attack to the Boer identity.

The “Oranje-blanje-blou” is a collage of flags of different countries and volk. Its basis is the Prinsevlag (a Nederlander flag), while in the center there are three other flags side by side, in order: that of the United Kingdom; that of the Orange Free State (OVS); that of the Zuid Afrikaanse Republiek (ZAR, literally: “South African Republic”, Boer Republic in the Transvaal region). A total of four flags. The Union Flag (or Union Jack), however, comes from a combination of three other flags, of three different volk and countries: England, Scotland and Ireland!

A flag that represent different volk, ins't the flag of any volk; is the flag of an empire.

To combine the flags of the Boer Republics (ZAR and OVS) with the Prinsevlag, the supposed flag of Van Riebeeck, from which the ancestors of the Boers fled!, and with the flag of the United Kingdom, whose military force in the service of international capitalism put an end to the Boer republics, exterminating 27,000 Boers (mostly children) in the concentration camps, is not only a nonsense, it is an abomination, because it means to deny the Boer identity, then the same Boer volk, and all sacrifices that it has made to be free and independent.

The “Oranje-blanje-blou” was cataloged by Volkstaat.org as a symbol of the Boer Genocide.

 
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