Zuma in Orania, the Afrikaner town welcomes its emperor Print
Sunday, 19 September 2010 13:09

Orania 2010, Carel Boshoff and Jacob Zuma togetherIn recent days Jocub Zuma, president of the ANC’s regime in southern Africa, visited Orania, an Afrikaner small town in the Northern Cape. He was welcomed by Professor Carel Boshoff (83 y.o.), founder of the small community, pass off - for years - as the embryo of an independent Afrikaner state.
“Mr. President, my President!”, are the words with which the professor has received the emperor.
Nothing new. In March, Orania had also greeted Julius Malema, leader of the ANC Youth League (ANCYL).
A few months ago, Zuma was also expressed very strongly against any attempts of Xhosa independence. His spokesman had indicated that a similar action would be considered an act of war. The same treatment is likely to be reserved for any other nation / tribe. But this does not disturb the Afrikaner project of Orania, because - and now it is clear – it had very different purposes. The fake alternatives serve only to weaken the real ones.