2. African emancipation PDF Print E-mail


Book: Boerestaat, by Robert van Tonder
First English Edition [1977]


Chapter 2

African emancipation

The decades of 50, 60 and 70 of the 20th century were the decades of the emancipation of Africa, the dismantling of the old European controlled empires and the reinstatement of independent faulk[7] states. In approximately 20 years nearly the entire Africa had been emancipated. This mass emancipation proceeded as follows:

Libya 1951
Morocco 1956
Sudan 1956
Tunisia 1956
Ghana 1957
Guinea 1958
Benin 1960
Cameroon 1960
Central African Republic 1960
Chad 1960
Congo 1960
Gabon 1960
Ivory Coast 1960
Madagascar 1960
Mali 1960
Mauritania 1960
Niger 1960
Nigeria 1960
Senegal 1960
Somalia 1960
Upper Volta 1960
Zaire 1960
Sierra Leone 1961
Tanzania 1961
Algeria 1962
Burundi 1962
Rwanda 1962
Kenya 1963
Uganda 1963
Zanzibar 1963
Malawi 1964
Zambia 1964
Gambia 1965
Botswana 1966
Lesotho 1966
Guinea Equatorial 1966
Mauritius 1968
Mozambique 1968
Swaziland 1968
Guinea Bissau 1974
Angola 1975
Capo Verde Islands 1975
Sao Tome 1975
Rio de Oro 1976
Seychelles 1976
Transkei 1976
Afars & Issas 1977
Bophutatswana 1977
Comoros 1977
Venda 1979
Zimbabwe 1980
Ciskei 1981
Namibia 1989

These nations which were granted their independence were all black or brown faulks. Europe withdrew from Africa and in a sense the Struggle for Freedom could also be dubbed the Great Flight of the White man from Africa. Rightly or wrongly the world has become of the opinion that there is no place for the white man in Africa.

This is more right than wrong!
For the white European empires that subdivided Africa and exploited it willy-nilly, there is no place in Africa. The European faulks who did not take root in Africa have no moral right to be here.

The French of Algeria who remained French belong back in France. The Belgians of the Congo who remained Belgians had of necessity to return to their fatherland. And for the English, who remain British, there was also no alternative... go home!

And home the Britsh went, from Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe and hopefully within the foreseeable future also from South Africa, where approximately one million of them are still clinging to their “English Heritage”. History will not tolerate colonial intruders.

Africa will not tolerate Europeans that pride themselves on their white skins such as the English- and Afrikaans-speaking South Africans. As if their “otherness” and “whiteness” were a legitimate claim to a home in Africa.

In the process of the African struggle for freedom one African faulk has been overlooked. After the British War this faulk was conned into allowing itself to be called Dutch-speaking Afrikaners by politicians who wanted to appease enemies that had remained resident in Southern Africa. Because it had lost its name in this way it remained anonymous and was unable to make itself heard in the race for freedom. This faulk has been unable to escape British suzerainty because the evolution of its history since 1902 has kept it culturally paralysed. Where the black faulks of Africa could rid themselves of their European rulers in a simple and visible way, this forgotten faulk was drawn into a statutory frame that made it part of the political “rulers” in the R.S.A. but the cultural and economic losers. Not only does it find itself entrapped in the enslaving web created by its British conquerors, but the ignominious record of British colonial suppression has been cast onto its noble name and during the selfsame process of the African Struggle for Freedom it has become a pariah in the eyes of the world.

This renowned faulk which became internationally acclaimed heroes during the British War as the first Freedom Fighters of Africa, have become the faulk that year in and year out stand accused before the U.N.O. as the cruellest oppressors.

This, the ONE and ONLY faulk in the world with no blood on its hands, who had to sacrifice 30,000 souls (one sixth of the total population) during a titanic freedom struggle from 1899 to 1902, is now presented to Africa as public enemy number ONE.

This faulk is the Boere faulk!

7. See the footnote in the introductory section. Faulk – 'Volk': '… a group of people with their own unique history, own language, own territory (state), own culture, national festivals, anthem and flag'. - Translator.

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AWB-Wenkommando Cmdt. Gen. Dirk Ackerman PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 April 2012 07:07

From "Storm", AWB newsletter nr. 15, Apr-Sept 2003

Dirk Ackerman

AWB-Wenkommando Cmdt. Genl. Dirk Ackerman[…]
There is also news that our Commandant-General Dirk Ackerman is dead, not a worse time came. Dirk has made news as one of the persons inside the armored vehicle that drive through the windows of the World Trade Centre in Kempton Park during AWB's occupation of the building in 1993, he was a personal friend of our Leader and the movement will be poorer without him. We express our sincere condolences to the relatives of General Ackerman and pray that our Heavenly Father, will give them the necessary strength through this difficult time. Read the tribute  written for him by mr. Terre'Blanche on page 5.



During a meeting of our grueling tour at the Cape, the men began to sing Boer songs and create new words on existing melodies. These words they sang on O Boereplaas:

“O Generaal, [
O General, ]
O man van staal [ O man of steel ]
Jou het ek lief bo almal [ You are first of all ]
Van al die maters wat ek het [ Of all companions I have ]
Geen een wat my hart so beset” [ No one is so much in my heart ”], etc., etc.

When General Dirk Ackerman heard us sing of him, remained silent, and moved aside. Oh I good remember his head bent forward, and look on the ground. He was beloved by all. Always worried about everyone. In his presence no comrade altered or discussed. But as he was kind and thoughtful, he was also an implacable and relentless fighter. When his God, volk, fatherland and mother-language were involved, did not hesitate to defend to the hilt.

Now Dirk is dead. Gone. We weep for your Dirk, we cry a lot for you, but after all the years of struggle we see you go in Volkstaat Heaven where Kruger, Steyn and De Wet wait you. With your father and your beloved son. With General Nic Fourie and many other comrades. In heaven, we're flying the Virkleur and the Vrystaat flag and your comrades sing: “Kent gij dat Volk” and “Kom Burgers laat die vlagge wapperen”. The suffering is over.

Gaan o geliefde Generaal [ Go o beloved General ]
Ook jou lyding is verby [ Your suffering is over ]
Gaan o Boer van staal [ Go o Boer of steel ]
Uiteindelik is jy vry [ Ultimately, you are free ]

Gaan Dirk Ackerman [ Go Dirk Ackerman ]
Jy kon nie 'n slaaf wees [ You could not be a slave ]
Gaan o ridder en vry man [ Go and rides like a free man ]
Gaan o Boere-reus [ Go o Boer giant ]

Gaan my kameraad [ Go my comrade ]
Ek volg gou [ I follow soon ]
Gaan my beste maat [ Go my best friend ]
Ek bring die Vierkleur vir jou [ I'll bring the Vierkleur for you ]


Afrikaner nation? Theuns Cloete PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 June 2014 15:07

The History of the Great Boer Trek and the Origin of the South African RepublicsIn the book, “The History of the Great Boer Trek and the Origin of the South African Republics”, published in 1899, the authors attempt to provide a record of the peoples of southern Africa and the historical animosity the Boers and English shared for one another.

Although blinded by his patriotism and the English right of empire building and their automatic domain over any nation seen as uncivilised or those who stood in the way of colonialism, he does make a particular effort to record the peoples (nations) of southern Africa.

The authors are Her Majesty’s High Commissioner for Natal, Hon. Henry Cloete (LLD) and his grandson W.B. Cloete – who attempt to enlighten their British countrymen, with whom the Empire is at war with (Anglo-Boer War in 1899). Of utmost importance is his meticulous categorisation of people, namely:
• Bushman
• Hottentot
• Griqua
• Kafir (tribes)
• Amapondas
• Amabaka
• Barolong
• Matabelee
• Mantatee
• Zulu
• Frenchmen
• Germans
• Dutchmen
• Dutch farmers from the Cape Colony
• Saxon farmers
• [Old] Romans
• British settlers
• Scottish immigrants
• Boer farmers
• Boers

What’s quite evident from this account of history in 1899, is that no people called Afrikaners are recorded. Not one mention is made of them in the book and yet somehow today the Afrikaners claim to be Boer. The authors have never met or encountered the Afrikaners or acknowledged their role in the formation of the Natal Republic or any of the Boers, who they so fondly and persistently also call “the emigrants”.

These Boers or emigrants are clearly identified as those white people who left the domain of the British colonies and “protectorates” in the search of other lands – away from the colony. Those staying behind are then by default quite content with British rule and identity and therefore cannot claim to be the Boer people. These are naturally the colonials, settlers and Cape Dutch who stayed behind. However, today it is these very Afrikaners who claim to have a right to the Boer identity and heritage – as well as their land.

Boers and afrikaners (

The History of the Great Boer Trek and the Origin of the South African Republics
(pdf version on Boervolk Radio - English language)

Boer history books
(Boervolk Radio)

The “Boeremag” trial - Impact, 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 07:07


The following article has been found on the Facebook group “Free the Boer prisoners / Bevry die Boeregevangene”.
All changes, cuts and additions, are by, the added text is inside square brackets.


The Boeremag Trial

by a Special Correspondent

May 31, 2011. Herman van Rooyen, Boer prisoner

As a result of the numerous farm murders and murders on Whites in general in South Africa [Empire], concerned citizens, mostly farmers [most of them biological descendants of the Boers], had [...] meetings [throughout southern African Empire] during 2001 and 2002 in order to discuss this and other disturbing matters.

The prevailing situation was compared with historical events elsewhere in the world, it is what happened in Africa after [... emancipation] and what happened in Russia and China after the communists took power. The visions of the old Boer prophet, “Siener” Nicolaas van Rensburg, which predicted a power clash between White and Black, were also discussed.

After the African countries gained [... emancipation], Blacks attacked Whites and forced them out of the land, Zimbabwe being the most recent example.
[In South Africa, however, happened something very different. On 1994, with the takeover of the ANC, any volk (White or Black) gained independence, simply a communist force faithful to international capitalism take power. The same international capitalism which had deprived the the Boers of their freedom in 1902, forcing them in the South Africa Empire, then called “Union of South Africa” and then, as now, “Republic of South Africa”.]

When the communists took power in Russia, they started a process of intimidation, terror and murder against their opponents. During the Civil War, the collectivization of farms and the “Great Purge” millions of people were killed. Similar occurrences in China during the Civil War and “Cultural Revolution” again led to the death of millions of people.

With these historical facts in mind, farm attacks, farm murders and murders on Whites in general were interpreted as a continuation of the Pan-Africanist [racist] struggle against Whites and specifically the [… Boers]. The aims of the terror and murders are to intimidate and disenfranchise the Whites, to force White farmers [most of them biological descendants of the Boers] from the land [also Boer land! The land of the Boer Republics], to break the commercial farming community as an economic class and to further the aims of the ANC/SACP/Cosatu’s [African National Congress/South African Communist Party/ Congress of South Africa Trade Unions, largest trade union federation allied with the ANC and South African Communist Party]land redistribution. [Nobody has the right to redistribute, occupy, sell and destroy what belongs to other volk. And the Boers' lands belong only to the Boer volk].

In August 2001 a document came to light, later known as the “Red October” document, in which a large scale attack on White people was propagated. As a result various plans to safeguard Whites were discussed should chaos and anarchy erupt.

At that stage there were already various other indications that a “war” was waged against White people and the [… Boerevolk]. Afrikaans schools were increasingly anglicised and Africanised; [Boer and] Afrikaans city, town and street names were changed; “Black Economic Empowerment” [black consortiums helped by regime] was implemented to the detriment of Whites; “Affirmative Action” led to the employment of unqualified Blacks at the expense of qualified and experienced Whites; the Afrikaans language was marginalised at all levels of society; the [… Boer] history was distorted and the [… Boer] culture denigrated with the abolishment of traditional [… Boer] holidays and the removal of statutes.

Arrest and subsequent court proceedings
On 5 April 2002 three people who played a prominent role at these meetings were arrested by the police on charges of terrorism, they are Mike du Toit, his brother Andre du Toit of Warmbaths and Koos du Plessis of Brits. In August 2002 several other people were arrested after which the charges were changed to that of high treason.

In September 2002 a convoy was organized from the farm Kopje-Alleen near Nylstroom towards Vogelstruispan near Warmbaths as part of a rehearsal how certain people should react in case a “Night of the Long Knives” [or Uhuru] situation occur. The next month various bomb explosions occurred in Soweto, Bronkhorstspruit, Midrand and Natal. As a result more people were arrested up to February 2003. Amongst the arrested are an ex-lecturer, a teacher, farmers, engineers, medical doctors, defence force officers, business people, a theological student, and various other highly qualified people.

The trial commenced on 19 May 2003 in the Palace of Justice in Pretoria (case number CC91/03). With the start of the trial there were 23 accused, but one person, Dawie Oosthuizen of Warmbaths, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment of which he served about 2 years. Two other accused, Herman Scheepers of Ermelo and Frik Boltman of Potgietersrus, succumbed during the trial; Fritz Naude of Bethlehem had a stroke and is currently in a critical condition, while Vis Visagie (72) had a cardiovascular bypass operation.

The prosecution called 159 witnesses, which include 204 state witnesses (accused exempt from prosecution should they testify in favour of the prosecution), police members, court witnesses as well as civilians. The [… Empire's] main witness was an informer, J.C. Smith, a former AWB member from Pretoria. Another important witness was Lourens (PIL) du Plessis, a prominent farmer and former arrestee from Thabazimbi, who turned against the very people he called upon to defend themselves. Eventually the [… Empire] closed its case in 2008.

The defence called 22 witnesses which consisted mainly of the accused. Everybody were dismayed by the fact that Koos du Plessis of Brits, Dirk Hanekom of Bloemfontein and Jurie Vermeulen of Brandfort turned against their friends and fellow accused and witnessed in favour of the [… Empire]. It therefore did not come as a surprise that 2 of the 3 successfully applied for bail shortly thereafter.

Eleven of the accused have already been in custody for about 10 years. Nine of the accused got bail before the trial started or relatively early during the trial. A remarkable fact is that bail applicants who appeared before White judges were all granted bail, with one exception, while those who applied before Black judges were all denied bail.

There is strangely, a remarkable difference between remand detainees who are deemed innocent and sentenced prisoners. To name but two: sentenced prisoners may receive 45 contact visits during the year, whereas remand detainees can only receive visits through bars and glass. Another glaring difference is that sentenced prisoners are granted leave on humanitarian grounds to attend the funerals of relatives. During the trial, nearly all the remand detainees lost close relatives, but nobody were allowed to visit terminally sick parents or close family, nor were they allowed to attend funerals.

The trial was also marred by several violations of legal privilege, in one instance the police confiscated the defence notes of the first three accused.

This marathon case has been on-going for more than 9 years. The court record consists of 1 029 volumes, which is more than 50 000 pages. When studying the court record it is clear that the defence not only had to battle against the [… Empire], but also against the [imperial] police and the Legal Aid Board, the mandating institution of the accused.

The judge recently indicated that judgement will commence on 23 July 2012. However, the final end of the trial is still a matter of speculation.

Impact, giugno - luglio 2012

Read also:
2012: International appeal for Boer prisoners of “Boeremag”! (2012)
2002: South Africa, Boer prisoner of war tortured. Wilhelm Pretorius, 2002

Pretoria, May 18, 2007. Free Boer prisoners!

Five years without Eugene Terre'Blanche PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 April 2015 11:21


Eugene Terre'Blanche. Kempton Park, December 16, 1992

Five years ago, on the 3rd of April, 2010, in Ventersdorp, two blacks murdered Eugene Terre'Blanche, the last great Boer leader. remember him with two pictures. Eugene Terre'Blanche was, and is, a symbol of freedom for the Boer volk.

We remember, Terre’Blanche - Piet Rudolph [2011]

Terre’Blanche 2011 (English)

Eugene Terre'Blanche. Schweizer-Reneke, August 7, 1993

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