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AmaBhulu – The Birth and Death of the Second America was first published in November 2013 as an e-book, and is now also available in a 630 page B&W printed softcover edition. This work is a comprehensive study of the complete history of South Africa, but with the unique differentiation that it tracks a few real bloodlines through that entire history. AmaBhulu describes how real individuals of European and North American descent experienced that epic history on the ground. The reader is placed among these real people. The author is the first to point out that his family is in this respect “dreadfully typical” and completely representative. AmaBhulu is therefore not a family history, but a History of a Nation by way of a few example bloodlines who happened to have been at the key formative events in that history.

These bloodlines systematically converge and by the 1950s they lead to the author and his wife, proving the author’s natural DNA-based authority in writing on the subject. AmaBhulu thereby also differs from the library of books by British newspapermen talking either about or to Afrikaners who are then treated as “subjects”. In AmaBhulu the world may hear an ordinary Afrikaner—not a reporter beholden to his editor, politician beholden to his party, or government-paid political history professor beholden to his pay cheque—talking about his own people based on actual experience, backed by solid evidence. The author is beholden to no one and no thing; only to his conscience, to his ethics, and to his respect for evidence.

AmaBhulu provides more than 1280 notes in evidence and a massive 270 bibliographic entries in support of any points it makes. The evidence is often from 17th-19th century texts, communications, or diaries. In more recent cases, the evidence is provided from British Hansard records and recently cleared US State Department documents. The author even provides recent documented supporting evidence from the enemy he was opposing.

Join the author in the epic and painful story of the Afrikaner nation as it evolves at the southern tip of Africa to build the country that became to Africa what America was to the world in the 20th century. In one sense, it is the story of what would have happened to the United States if it had not gained independence in the 18th century.

In 1797 the British Royal Navy was concerned that South Africa would become a “Second America” and take India from them. AmaBhulu holds stern warning for the First America if it wishes to avoid the present sad fate of the Second America.

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Harry Booyens on Dr. Joe Khoury’s Conservative Edge

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— I was an invited guest on Dr. Joe Khoury’s  US TV show, The Conservative Edge, on 6 August 2018. A recording of the show may be viewed  HERE.  Alternatively, simply click on the image.

Dr. Sarkis Joseph “Joe” Khoury is a former professor of International Finance at University of California Riverside. He therefore looks at the current South Africa through a lens of Economics and Finance, rather than any other human perspective. His main concern is the rampant economic idiocy of the land expropriation plan in South Africa.

Folks in South Africa need tounderstand that Americans have been left wholly and utterly in the dark by their media on the subject of South Africa for about twenty years. They have been led to believe it was a great success and huge Beautiful Model for Mankind. Most in the US are still ignorantly stuck with that picture and, like their media, will not change their minds before blood runs out of their TV sets. Some, like Dr Joe, DID start to notice by the end of the previous decade that something was wrong.

— Harry Booyens

The World is Watching; it is Time to Talk

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The Background

—If this article is intense, it is because the situation in South Africa is now critical.  The article is long. The reader is advised to get coffee.

Unless the West takes action against the brazen racism of the ANC government of South Africa, secession of the West from the rest of South Africa is now the only option. The United States applied sanctions to South Africa in 1986 for infinitely less than what is now being done by the ANC government.

In March 2018 I finally told the New American newsmagazine about the conviction I have had ever since leaving South Africa in 2000 and I explain it below. The trend of the ANC toward racial extremism was vividly obvious by 1997 with the advent of Mbeki. If Mandela was the “Honeymoon”, then Mbeki was the “Cold Shower”. If you were a white male, you knew this guy hated your existence. Already by 1996, ANC party political officers were being placed in positions in various administrative offices  in the country, much like a Soviet political officer on a Russian submarine in the Cold War. The ANC had a name for this: “Cadre Deployment“….what else? Americans TAKE NOTE!

I was directly affected by four of these creatures, one being the ultimate reason for me leaving the country, having lost all faith in the future. Perhaps I was fortunate in that I had “early warning” by virtue of this experience. Their intimidating effect on their government organization “hosts” was so great that I ended up giving a government speech under duress when the relevant Deputy-Director General in an ANC government department was too scared to give an important opening address without the political officer being present. He was asleep outside on the lawn; I kid you not! It made no difference to me, because I had already been sentenced to extinction in the country—let the “dead man walking” do the scary thing. So I, of all people, opened the event for the despicable ANC government. Sure enough, when the “deployed cadre” arrived, the Deputy-Director General was entirely happy to take over the presentation from me. Welcome to the “New South Africa”.

Soon after, I was personally told to my face by one of these “deployed cadres”, in the presence of terrified Black, Indian and Coloured colleagues, that the plan is to remove White people like me for no other reason than the colour of my skin. My “Rainbow Nation” colleagues were caught between their established respect for me as a human being and their fear of the ANC. The particular Indian gentleman—a staunch ANC supporter and ex-exile in Canada— subsequently told me about himself,

I was clearly not White enough for the previous government, and now I’m not Black enough for this one.

No thinking man with any sense of responsibility subjects his family to such a future. So, my family and I moved to Canada in 2000. But my heart is broken for South Africa.

The Book AmaBhulu

In 2006, I started writing the book AmaBhulu, covering the history of South Africa from 1652 to 2012. It took me seven years with information from archives in seven countries and visits to London, South Africa, the Netherlands, Germany and France. However, the key information was not in the 360 years of political outrage and epic battles. It was in fact in the very second chapter, carefully hidden in plain sight. And I did it with clear forethought and intent.

I did not believe South Africans were ready to hear what I thought the solution was for the country, and I still believe at least half of the White population of the country is understandably in denial. However, a huge fraction of people now openly discuss the idea. So, I think the time has come. The earlier post about the interview with the New American and my latest interview with WeThePeopleRadio are both in line with this.

In chapter 2 of that book I carefully laid out two diagrams which I had drawn up in 2006. The one shows the summer non-orographic (away from mountains) rainfall distribution of the country and the other shows the racial distribution of the 2002 voter registration list. The two combined maps are shown below.

The rainfall map illustrates the western limit of possible (not actual) historic Black existence in South Africa, because the original culture of the Black People of the country was and still is based on milk, for which one needs cows, for which one needs taller grass, for which one needs 350 mm of summer rain. The right hand map shows the distribution of Black voters in 2002. The correspondence is uncanny. The implication was that Black people had nothing to do with the west of the country.

I had two goals with the book:

The first was to provide Americans in particular with an evidentiary text to use when the time is ripe and they are ready to deal with reality. I believe that the Ramaphosa Land Theft Plan has rung the bell for this. The ANC has finally stepped over the no-go line. Never try to rationalise Theft or Ethnic Cleansing to an American. Compounding it with physical attacks and the torture murder of people to be dispossessed is the ultimate evil. And THAT is the ANC. And they can no longer hide. Even liberal publications are starting to turn a new page on the subject, on which I shall report later. The world is watching. It is time to talk.

The second was to provide in particular the threatened white people in South Africa with a “Collective International Identity Document” and “Written Legitimate Defense” that they can use as a reliable source to explain themselves, their situation, and their history to others around the globe. For that purpose I had to provide evidence for all statements in the book. That is where most of the work went. It is time for non-Black mothers and fathers to teach their children the truth about South Africa, because the ANC is trying desperately to suppress it. I also went out of my way to undo stupid damage done for decades between English and Afrikaans-speaking South Africans. The world is watching. It is time to talk.

Fast forward to 2018 – The New American

In March of this year, I sent an e-mail to Alex Newman of the New American containing my view.

The world is witnessing the beginning of the end of South Africa as a viable country

He reported it as follows:


The world is witnessing the beginning of the end of South Africa as a viable country,” explained Harry Booyens, author of AmaBhulu: The Birth and Death of the Second America recounting the history of South Africa while interweaving the story of his ancestors. “The only possible means of long-term survival for non-Blacks is formal secession.”

The world supported the split of the Sudan into two countries based on race; it is now inevitable in South Africa,” he told The New American in an e-mail. “The only question is how many will have to die before the inevitable happens. The Western countries do not have the moral guts to accept 4.5 million white refugees; it is impossible to kill 4.5 million white people without using gas chambers, it is impossible to turn 4.5 million White Christian Westerners into African subsistence farmers, especially when a government has stolen all their land to start with.”

So, the only possibility is secession,” Booyens said.


I have complemented that with my series “Who stole the Land?“. That series provides the historic basis of Western Man’s right to be in South Africa. I am still busy working on the later chapters. What follows below, is a picture of the situation NOW.

Language as Demographic Indicator

The map (below) shows the distribution of Germanic language speakers, with ever lighter shades of green implying lower percentages of people speaking the language at home. Since the White, Coloured and Indian people of South Africa speak either English or Afrikaans (both Germanic or “White” languages), this map is effectively the distribution of people of those groups. Since the vast majority of South Africa’s Indians live around Durban in Natal, the map is largely a distribution of White and Coloured people. For practical purposes, readers from outside the country can assume lighter colour to imply more Black people. There are five shades of green, corresponding to: 80-100% ; 60-80% ; 40-60% ; 20-40% ; and 0-20%. See the second map further down for the names of the provinces. The source of the data and images is HERE.

It is completely obvious that White and Coloured people overwhelmingly dominate the Western Cape and Northern Cape provinces, as well as the Western half of the Eastern Province. The labeling of Provinces may be seen in the map below. Outside the cities, this map is essentially synonymous with the Afrikaans language. In fact Afrikaans completely dominates Southern Namibia and is the lingua franca in most of that country. It has by far the widest contiguous (one joint majority speaker area) distribution of all languages in Southern Africa. English is widely spoken, but territorially it is largely limited to cities, except in the Eastern Cape and Natal, where many farmers are English-speaking.

Afrikaans is the home language of the majority of white people and almost all so-called Coloured people. After isiZulu and isiXhosa, it is the language spoken by most people. In South Africa, the Negroid Black people form a separate racial group and in general look down upon the mixed descent Coloured people, for whom they have a number of derogatory terms. The Coloured folks have various historic ethnic backgrounds, ranging from Khoi, San, Indonesian, and Indian to White. They even include the descendants of Black slaves the Dutch procured from elsewhere in Africa via the Portuguese, mostly, in the 17th and early 18th centuries. This author shares all these ancestries. It is one of the painful legacies of apartheid that I was considered White and others with the same ancestry and a different skin colour or different physical  features were considered Coloured. In the apartheid era it had the hurtful connotation of “Other”, meaning not White, not Black, and not Indian. This was the real pain of apartheid.

These folks all share a love of Africa, a Western outlook on life, and this includes the Muslim “Malays” of the Cape who are not Malays at all, but Indonesians by ancestry. It is idiotic to imagine the Cape without its “Malays” or the 2 January music troupes. That would be like taking the Mardi Gras out of New Orleans. The Whites and the Coloureds are all in the same boat together and have actually always been.

In this context, the relationship with the Country’s Black people was and is different. They were a Competing Civilization of which the governing principles are anathema to most Westerners. The behaviour of the ANC only goes to prove the two Civilisations are likely incompatible and immiscible, like oil and water. If one mixes them and shakes the result, one gets a milky suspension and never a solution. This has zero to do with skin colour and everything to do with culture.

The Free State at the Heart of the Country

The influence of Afrikaans in the southern Free State province is obvious. It should therefore come as no surprise that one can find in the Cape Archives the death notice of the Afrikaner farmer Joachim Scholtz. He died at the Kromellenboog-spruit in the Southern Free State on 8 March 1834. That is two years before the Great Trek even went through there. The British authorities at the Cape were good enough to record this for us so that the ANC government, and Julius Malema in particular, cannot today lie about who was where and when in history. In 1834 the world did not even KNOW about the racist Malema’s BaPedi people hundreds of miles further north beyond Pretoria.

When the White Voortrekker (pioneers) arrived in the Free State it was a largely unoccupied prairie for two main reasons. Firstly, it is high and cold and dry in winter and (in its natural state) largely not suitable for the subtropical milk culture of the Black people, and secondly, it had been rendered a skeleton strewn no man’s land by clashes between various parties.

The Koranna, a Khoi people, lived in the south of what is now the Northwest Province and raided other peoples for an existence, ranging as far east as the Drakensberg. King Moshesh of the Basotho (in Lesotho) used the plains of the Free State as a buffer against them. A renegade Zulu leader named Mzilikatse had amassed an army and settled to the west of Pretoria in the Northwest Province. From there he attacked other tribes. Both Moshesh and the Zulu needed the Free State as an empty buffer against him. On top of all this horrific mayhem, the “Mantatee Horde” under queen Mantatisi was moving across this world like a locust plague, eradicating all before them. They are recorded as destroying forty tribes. They denuded these plains. These are the combined reasons why the White Trekkers described (particularly the northern) Free State plains as being covered in bleached human skeletons. Few places on earth have ever experienced the massed savagery that the Free State has seen. The Sotho peoples were driven to cannibalism in this process. Tswana tribes were scattered into the Kalahari desert.

The Griekwa, a people of mixed White and Khoi descent, settled in the southwestern corner in the early 1800s. During the Great Trek around 1836-38, White Afrikaners settled the south and central parts of the Free State. Trekker leader Hendrik Potgieter concluded an agreement with Chief Makwana of the BaTaung, a Tswana sub-tribe, for the country between the Vet and Vaal Rivers. This represents the Northern Free State. To the mountains in the east, the Trekkers had a less settled relationship with Moshesh of the BaSotho. We treat the unique BaRolong Tswana sub-tribe of Thaba’Nchu further below.

The influence of Afrikaans stretching up along the Vaal River is also obvious, this due in large part to the mixed descent Griekwa and the Koranna. The Koranna were settled  further north, west of the Vaal River.

The light coloured patch in the northern end of the Northern Cape Province has always been the world of predominantly BaTswana, the Tswana people (see further below).

In the sections that follow, we look at each of the more numerous black nations, each with their own language. We use that language distribution to assess their demographies.

 

The Sotho People

The Free State used to have a Black people in the north in the 1700s, but it is dominated today by Sotho people, who already have their own dedicated independent country in Lesotho. Lesotho was never part of South Africa. The map below shows clearly how the density of the BaSotho increases toward their historic Lesotho home. It is also interesting to note how precisely they are confined to the Free State. They did in very remote history live further to the north, but they fled as a nation to the mountains of Lesotho to escape the depredations of the Zulu and Matabele in the early 1800s.

Their present extension over the Free State is “a new thing”. What is true, is that there have always been claims by the Sotho that the land in the far Southeastern corner of the Free State is rightly theirs.  They may have a case there. There also never was a traditional homeland for the Sotho in the Free State, beyond that of the BaTlokwa (see below). So, the Sotho have effectively colonized the Free State  in very recent times, using Lesotho as a base. And they know it very well. In history they have defended their homeland of Lesotho very well against both Brit and Boer. For that they deserve respect, but that does not mean they simply get the Free State and then drive White people off their legitimately owned and titled farms.

Some 1.7 million BaSotho live in in their own country of Lesotho, but somewhere between 3.5 and 4.7 million BaSotho live in South Africa. Somehow the culturally distinct white Germanic people and their Coloured brothers are not allowed an own country, but the BaSotho already have a country of their own where they have control over their lives and then get a major chunk of South Africa on top of that. Go figure.

The dark patch directly north of Lesotho is due in particular to the BaTlokwa Sotho tribe. In history they were known as the terrifying “Mantatee Horde” under their queen Mantatisi. They were the scourge of the tribes to the west in the 1820s, having been themselves attacked by Zulu people like the Hlubi and Ndwandwe (later below).  They were eventually stopped near Kuruman, hundreds of miles to the northwest in the Northwest Province, by Adam Kok’s Griekwa people. The Griekwa had guns and horses by then. We can thank David Livingstone’s father in-law-for the terrifying description of the attack of the Mantatee Horde. He also stated that there were no people east of them. That means the Free State was empty. The Mantatee were also stopped by the British near Aliwal North in the south. The depredations of the Mantatee horde was likely the single biggest factor that cleared the Free State of other Black people. After their defeats, the remnants of the BaTlokwa went back to their original home in the northern Drakensberg mountain foothills where they used to have a modern mountain homeland called Qua-Qua in the 20th century.

The Tswana People

In the Northwest Province we find the BaTswana (see map below), who dominate the world west of Pretoria and Johannesburg. The huge grey country adjoining them is the independent Republic of Botswana—their own independent republic. Some 1.6 million BaTswana live in Botswana, but a roaring 4.1 million live in South Africa, this despite the fact that they have their own massive country that many people can see in TV shows about wildlife. Somehow the culturally distinct white Germanic people and their Coloured brothers are not allowed an own country, but the Tswana have the whole Botswana and then on top of that get to call the shots over a huge chunk of South Africa. Go figure.

The light green patch furthest southeast is ThabaNchu (Black Mountain), the home of the BaRolong Tswana subtribe. They were led there from the northwest by British Missionaries in the late 1820-1830s, to shield them from the Mantatee and the Matabele of Mzilikatse. They are therefore relatively recent immigrants to that odd location. They were very friendly to the White Trekkers of 1836, helped them extensively, and eventually joined them in the fight against Mzilikatse. Paul Kruger, the old Transvaal president, remained thankful and respectful to them until his death. Their right to that patch has always been respected. The encroachment by any other Tswana into the Free State is a new thing in post-1800s history. The only exception is a small group of BaTlaping led to Bethulie in the southern Free State by a French Missonary called Pellesier, but they are today very few.

The Xhosa Peoples

The amaXhosa (below) live largely beyond the Fish River, on the eastern boundary of what used to be the old Cape Colony. The grouping here includes a family of isiXhosa speaking nations including the amaRharhabe (the Gaikas), amaGcalecka (the “regte” Xhosa) , AmaGqunukhwebe (the “Half-Xhosa”), amaPondo of the north, the amaPondomise, and the amaThembu of the drier interior near Queenstown. Matters have always been difficult between the Gaikas and the Gcalecka, who see the Gaikas as usurpers. At the time that the Portuguese sailed past the South African coast in the 1500s there were no Xhosa there. The people who lived there were Khoi hunter-gatherers. Some of the original inhabitants of Natal were driven southward by the Zulu Mfecane. These include the amaBhaca and the amaHlubi (see further below), both of whom speak a Swazi (Mswati) related language. As the video taken in the northeastern part of the dark green patch of the map shows, the amaBhaca still have a reed ceremony, just like the Swazi. This is not a Xhosa custom.

White and Black first clashed at the Fish River in around 1779 and that remained the line between black and white along the coast. Even the main rivers in the Xhosa country have Khoi names to this day. The Xhosa have consistently flocked to Port Elizabeth from their home territories. The ANC was largely founded on the amaXhosa, which is why Port Elizabeth, the author’s birth town, was always at the core of their actions. For those interested, Nelson Mandela was a Thembu from the dark green coastal patch in the map.

The Xhosa to the west of the darkest green in the image above, are recent immigrants to those areas, many of whom came to work on white-owned sheep farms and stayed. The early 1900s death notices that I worked through typically listed their “race” as “Tamboekie”, or “Gaika”etc. Everyone knew where those countries were. The Gaikas lived in the interior of what was later named Ciskei at the foot of the Amatola Mountains and the Tamboekie lived east of Queenstown.

For the American reader, this modern Xhosa westward migration is the equivalent of Mexican migrant fruit pickers simply staying in California to outpopulate the locals.

The amaXhosa used to have a homeland of their own where no one disputed their right to run their own lives. It is shown in the following image. This image may be compared with the one above to see how they have spread. White people may still not buy that land in the image below as farms. The ANC government and your media do not tell you that, do they?

The discontiguous southern segment is (or was) Gaika territory. The big piece was Gcaleka, Mpondomise, Mpondo, and Thembo territory. The piece attached to the southwest of Lesotho, generally called Sterkspruit- Herschel, is where one may find what is left of the amaHlubi after the Zulu depredations of the early 1800s.

The Zulu

Note the self-confinement of the amaZulu (below) to subtropical Natal, except for the diaspora toward Johannesburg. They have land that is guaranteed as theirs in terms of an agreement from 1993/4. But the government does not want to guarantee land ownership to whites. Interesting! The Xhosa and Zulu together, being of similar Nguni (Coastal Bantu) cultural stock, form the biggest single definable group in the country, but they are deadly mutual enemies and will always be. If there were no Whites, they would turn on each other in short order, as they have done repeatedly in the past. See the The Zulu-Pondo War (1986) in the book AmaBhulu.

Completely overwhelmed among the Zulu are remnants of the original population of Natal, who were the Mbo, the Ndwandwe, and some amaHlubi and amaBhaca. One group of Ndwandwe left Natal in the early 1800s and, after a period of mayhem in Mozambique, fled to the Limpopo area of South Africa where they arrived as the Shangaans. They settled in Limpopo in 1862, AFTER the white Afrikaner people.

The effects of the international Zulu rampage, called the Mfecane (The Crushing), were felt all the way to Tanzania, causing death and mayhem everywhere in Southern Africa outside the early 1800s Cape Colony and east of the Kalahari desert. It drove the Sotho into the 11,000 foot Drakensberg. It destroyed several black nations. I can deliver a complete treatise on the disaster the brutal Shaka and Dingane Zulu regimes inflicted on South Africa, but this is not the time and place. They changed the entire demographic face of northeastern South Africa. The amaFengu, refugee Zulu type people, ended up almost at Port Elizabeth, others in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

The BaPedi of Limpopo – What about Zebediela?!

The BaPedi (below) are the ethnic group that Julius Malema belongs to. He is the man who stands on stage and sings “Kill the farmers”. Note how they are confined largely to the Limpopo province.

His people are also known among other Black people for their strong adherence to witchcraft and muti (potions). His people are also responsible for the “poster child” of land expropriation, being formerly the world’s largest citrus farm in its day, which they destroyed through incompetence. It’s name was Zebediela and there are attempts to revive it.

So, whenever you see Malema on a stage, ask  him just one thing, “What about Zebediela!?” HERE is the story in 2003; and HERE it is again in 2018.

He has much to say about who stole land from whom, but his enduring legacy in my view is THIS accidental admission of the truth. He did lie about the Khoisan “Welcoming Black People”. The truth is closer to what the amaXhosa Elders explained:”Tshawe established AmaXhosa kingship through conquering various traditional communities including the Khoisan.

In the 1820s and 1830s, as an extension of the Mfecane, the Matabele of Mzilikatse denuded the southern Transvaal, south of the BaPedi, of people.

The Venda People of President Cyril Ramaphosa

The Bavenda/Vavenda are the tribe of the current president of South Africa. They arrived at the northern true tropical end of South Africa at around the same time the Dutch arrived at the Cape in 1652.

As per the men of the Swiss Mission station in their area in 1917 (p.61),

The Shangaans have been there since 1862 and the Bavenda 200 years before that.

They are culturally rather different from any of the other groups and are renowned metal workers. Culturally, their closest cousins are the maShona of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe.

It would seem they cannot get along with the Zulu-cultured amaShangaan who live to the southeast of them and who arrived there in around 1862, after the White people. If you think this is just a thing of 2014, let me disabuse you of that notion based on facts from a 100 years ago. HERE is captain Takalani of the Venda to land commissioners in 1917:

We are not women. We are men. The best thing will be to take the Shangaans away and send them back to their homes. I think they should go back to the country from which they came—Portuguese East Africa. That is their home. […] When you white people came here there were no Shangaans.

The Tsonga People

There are also the Tsonga people who live further north outside the Kruger Park. Some 2.3 million of them live in that part of South Africa, but they have a country of their own in Mozambique, where there are 3.1 million and they completely dominate the southern third of that country. The Tsonga are often wrongly called “Shangaan”, a point they intensely resent. The distribution in the picture below is skewed by the fact that there are very few people in the Kruger Park along the Mozambique border, but in those areas shown the Tsonga are the majority. For practical purposes the territory they occupy as a NATION would be the western half of what is shown in the image.

The amaSwazi

We can also consider the Swazi who have their own independent country, but of whom a huge number live in South Africa near the southern end of the Kruger Park, in the region bordering on Swaziland. In fact, there are roughly 1.2 million Swazi in Swaziland, and 1.3 million in South Africa despite having their own country where they have total authority. In other words, just as with the Sotho and the Tswana, more live in South Africa than in their own independent country where they have authority over their lives. They are related to, but ethnically quite distinct from the other two major Nguni (Coastal Ba’Ntu) peoples, the amaXhosa and the amaZulu.

The Other Black Nations

Between the Tsonga and the Venda are some Shangaan people who are, as already explained, more recent arrivals than the Whites.  The Shangaan have an  epic and violent history. They were originally the Ndwandwe of Northern Natal; essentially a Zulu people. They ended up in wars with Shaka of the Zulu and fled into Mozambique where they became the great Gaza Empire, whose territory stretched into Zimbabwe. Some branches of them fled all the way to Tanzania. In Mozambique, the Shangaan were eventually defeated by the Portuguese and the remnants fled to South Africa.

Also west of the Kruger Park, in the mountain foothills, live the unique Lobedu and their ruler, the Modjadji– the Rain Queen. They are a Sotho people.

Just east of Pretoria live the relatively small Ndebele people, who cannot explain their own origin, but their dialect suggests they may have come from among the Mbo, the original inhabitants of Natal.

Author’s Observation

As the reader can see, the Sotho, the Tswana, the Swazi and the Tsonga all have independent countries of their own. At the same time the Xhosa have always had their homeland before there were “Homelands” or Bantustans. But all of these nations have spread into South Africa and insist to the gullible Western Media that the white people took their land. Go figure! Apparently Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique are completely invisible to the Western Media. Even the Xhosa have their undisputed country inside South Africa.

The nations who have arguments with true validity in having no alternative country, are the Zulu, the Venda, the Pedi and the Ndebele. But each of them has territory that whites may not own. Where then, in the vocabulary of the ANC government, do the non-black people have territory that is indisputably theirs?

It is time to talk. It is time to be heard.

The racist black People’s Democratic Republic of Azania

Should the West of the country secede from the East, we will have the following:

a. The territory to the west in our first two diagrams we shall refer to as the non-racial Free Enterprise-based Cape of Good Hope that respects private property as a human right. It may with much justification include the major portion of the Free State

b. The territory to the east we shall refer to appropriately as the People’s Democratic Republic of Azania, run by Black racists who are voted for by Black racists…if they’ll ever get the chance to vote. It will be Socialist or Communist. Without the white people to target and collectively blame for political purposes, it is unclear what the basis for union of that Communist Africanist hellhole would be. It is certainly not language or culture, because a Zulu is as different from a Tswana as the Sicilians are from the Swedes. But they all have only one thing in common, skin colour. So, they are by definition racist if they hang together to specifically exclude whites. No matter what they do, the rest will always believe the Xhosa to be inveterate liars and cheats, and the Pedi will always be considered to be preoccupied with witchcraft and thereby to be avoided. The Zulu will despise the Xhosa, and all the others will fear the Zulu.

A Disparate half-Doughnut fated to Destroy itself

Did the reader notice how the ANC government ensured the drawing of the provincial boundaries? Take another look at the sections above. It is not by chance that those boundaries run in ways that suit the individual larger Black nations but no-one else. It is a compromise that will come under stress as soon as they do not have a self-designed common white enemy anymore. The ANC has kept its anti-white racist fires stoked for a quarter century now. Whatever they get wrong, they blame on Apartheid. A guilt-ridden and myopic liberal Northern Hemisphere Media has slavishly and unthinkingly echoed that. Remove the whites and that is over. Black fingers are going to point at one another in short order.

So the Black People’s Democratic Republic of Azania is guaranteed to explode into the classic African Tribal Disaster and ultimate basket-case, crying for AID money from the West. I guarantee the world that this disparate half-doughnut will not be able to feed itself and will exhaust its own state coffers. It will collapse within ten years, and it will be the problem of the West who insisted on foisting the ANC on South Africa, just as they stupidly prepared Iraq and Syria for ISIS under the flag of supposed “Democracy”. This is why I have suggested that Americans keep their “Democracy” bottled in “a cold dry place” and to not ignorantly inflict it on places where it is inappropriate.

As things get tougher, the Xhosa and Zulu will square off against each other. The other tribes will be as quiet and unnoticeable as possible. Between the Xhosa and the Zulu they will be as hyenas and lion at a kill, the one lot trying to drive the other off the “kill”. The other nations will be forced to watch from the sideline, like the jackal and the vultures have to wait for the hyena and lion to finish. And when they have finished “feeding” there will be nothing left but the bones of civilization. The world can prepare for another photograph like the one that South African Kevin Carter took in the Sudan in 1993:

We do not need to speculate about this. The Zulu have done all this before during the Mfecane in the early 1800s; just ask the Sotho and Tswana people. The Sotho were driven to cannibalism by it. They know; they know very well. They know the present “Western veneer” over the Xhosa and Zulu will evaporate as mist before the sun, and South Africa will turn into a bloodbath as people realise they do not have the ability to feed 45 million black people. The rest of the world will watch on TV and Youtube and Facebook. And if they send AID, they would be confirming themselves to be idiots, because they LET all this happen with their eyes wide open by allowing, even inciting, the glue of the country, the Whites—the ones who make everything work—to be driven off.

Without the White people to keep it together, this Africanist hell-hole will be little more than a disparate half-doughnut bound to destroy itself and produce a cross between the Rwandan Genocide and Famine ridden Ethiopia or South Sudan. It has happened before at the hand of the Zulu. It was called the Mfecane. And it destroyed African society all the way to Tanzania.

You have been warned!

Boundaries

At this point I wish only to state that the boundaries of the two countries will have to be (i) negotiated; or (ii) fought and THEN negotiated, but ultimately they will be negotiated. In the south it will be the Fish River and north of it likely the Koonap and Black Kei Rivers. The Burgersdorp region is historic Afrikaner country. The south Free State is Afrikaner country and argument can be presented that it stretches much further north to most of the Highveld. But there is no need for an armed struggle with the Sotho people. The Tswana can similarly be expected to negotiate as regards the North Cape and the Northwest. The problem, however, is the racist and Communist ANC.

It is in the Old Transvaal (Gauteng, the eastern part of Northwest province, Limpopo and Mpumalanga) that the situation will be very sticky indeed. I can rationalise some Afrikaner historic claims up to Pretoria, but beyond that, the historic picture is unsound and the various Black people have solid historic claims of presence. The interesting exception would be the amaShangaan, who only arrived from the present Mozambique after the White people with the help of the white Italian Chief, João Albasini(!). Would the ANC have them driven out like the whites? After all, they came AFTER the whites.

Natal similarly is a logical lost cause in terms of the Cape of Good Hope as a state. Black Nguni people of various tribes have been there since before the Dutch landed at the Cape. Waving the land sale contract between Dingane and the Trekkers in the air will not help. So the Indian people shall have to leave, possibly to the Cape, possibly elsewhere. Or, they can stay and then tell me LATER what the young Indian man above told me. Perhaps they want to find out the hard way.

The Alternative— Punish the Thief-in-Chief

Of course there are always alternatives. The USA in particular could make as though it is a leader in the world and start to put pressure on the brazenly racist regime in South Africa, as it did before. Surely, what was “sauce for the whites (1986 US Sanctions) is sauce for the blacks (2018 ANC Sanctions)”? Well targeted financial and travel sanctions on individual ANC and EFF members and going after their ill-gotten gains would work wonders. They have stolen the country blind and created this racist disaster by telling ordinary blacks, who do not know any better, that white people stole everything while, in fact, the ANC is the incompetent Thief-in-Chief who is messing with their heads.

The problem is, I’m not holding my breath in this regard. The West has become shallow and incapable of handling the truth. Its media is largely a lying cesspool of  ratings-chasers and Putin, of all people, seems set to take the high ground. I am not in the least surprised that some Afrikaner farmers elected to rather look for a future in Russia. They understand that the über-liberal West is at present the problem in the world, headed for the same future as the now near-extinct South African white liberals. The latter have either fled or are hiding under the bed.

It is time for individual non-Black South Africans to start making their plans. They can stay in the east and pray the US will do something, or they can take control of their own lives on behalf of their families and move west or emigrate. Leave the ANC voters behind to starve and kill one another, as they inevitably will. Let the People’s Democratic Republic of Azania collapse around the neck of the ANC, and leave the problem to the United States and Europe, who need to be confronted with the consequences of their earlier actions, or inaction.

— Harry Booyens

Who Stole the Land? : on US Radio

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I had another interview (click the image) with Erin Ryan and Bill Cundiff of WeThePeopleRadio today. The subject was the above title. By chance it was exceptionally well-timed, because the ANCs list of targeted farms for expropriation apparently slipped out this morning and has been published by Afriforum; unfortunately only in Afrikaans, which does not help me fight for Afrikaners over here in North America.

I personally believe the bell is ringing next to the graveyard in South Africa. Even the most die-hard ANC apologists among self-loathing White and opportunistic Coloured and Indian people must by now being crawling under their beds. I do not have to tell the Khoi and the San people descendants what the Blacks did to them. I do not need to tell the Indians of Durban what WILL happen to them. Do I really need to remind them that they are isolated at the mercy of the Zulu? Do I have to tell them how an Indian ANC supporter told me,

Harry, I was not white enough for the previous government, and I’m clearly not Black enough for this one?

Their fathers will remember 1949 when Indian folks were driven over a cliff to their deaths at Cato Manor by the upset Zulu hordes. If they do not, I’ll help them remember; Time Magazine reported on it under the banner “Bulala!”– Kill!!! (Time Magazine, Monday 24 January 1949).

How ironic is it that the farm attacks do not involve much stealing from farmers, but are all about killing farmers. How interesting that the ANC is all about stealing from the farmers without the burden of having to kill them. How are those for two perfectly complementary policies with, as most believe, one source?

The whole interview may be heard HERE.

I suggest folks open the following LINK to follow what I discuss in the last half of the show.

I shall be following up this interview in the next few days with a more formal written post covering the subject of territory and secession

Folks can listen to www.WeThePeopleRadio.us at 2pm Pacific Standard Time every Sunday. I am invited now and then to talk about South Africa.

Harry Booyens

Video Interview with The New American

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Options for South Africa

— Alex Newman, correspondent for The New American, interviewed me at a conference in Spokane, Washington, on 22 June 2018. The interview is self-explanatory. I trust this also shows the beleaguered South Africans that there ARE people in the United States who will listen to their plight. Alex Newman actually lived in South Africa for a while.

Click HERE or on the image to view the interview on YouTube.

The book AmaBhulu may be found HERE.

Harry Booyens

Harry Booyens on WeThePeopleRadio: 4

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US Media Interviews

— Since my return from the late June 2018 conference in the USA, I have been interviewed twice on US media and two more interviews are lined up at this time. One of the recent interviews was with Erin Ryan and Bill Cundiff, a superb Northern Californian couple who present WethePeopleRadio every Sunday. This is a two-hour slot transmitted from Redding, California, where there is a terrible fire at this time. The other interview was with Dan Happel, but is only available on a paid subscription.

Obama’s Mandela Day Speech

The kinds of things Obama was saying in Johannesburg on 17 July 2018 were 100% in line with the sketch of him I had made offline to Erin and Bill before. So, I sent Erin an e-mail titled “Told ya!“. She actually posted that e-mail on the internet and we agreed to another two-hour interview, which happened on 22 July 2018. The full interview may be heard HERE.

Erin also posted a note on the WeThePeopleRadio site in which she wrote:

Tuesday night I was driving home from Siskiyou County and just to make myself crazy I listened to Obama on satellite radio addressing a large group in South Africa. I couldn’t stop thinking, “That’s EXACTLY what Harry said about him!!!” When I got home Dr. Booyens’ message [“Told ya!”] was waiting in my inbox. I knew we had to have him on to discuss this urgent topic, because as much as South Africa seems a long way from the United States we are MUCH closer than you think.

The first hour is mostly the required background on Africa, without which Obama’s statements would have little meaning to the uninformed. With that background under the belt, the second hour goes into what he actually said.  And Americans in particular should take note.

My Comment

My comment is, why exactly are Americans surprised that Obama presided over such intense racial division, the diminishment of the USA in the world, and the hollowing out of Western institutions in the USA? The USA is living right now with the consequences of electing this Africa-inspired man to the office of president and maintaining him there for eight years. He has Africanised everything he has touched, has presided over the corrupting of the state, and has misled half the US population in the process.

The photo below shows Obama and Cyril Ramaphosa, the new president of South Africa who is trying to take away the land of white farmers without compensation — Mugabe and the Mau-Mau all over again. Obama calls him “Inspiring”. That right there should tell Americans everything they need to know.

Several years ago I was in a business in North Vancouver. The young lady who attended to me was of Indian extraction. She asked whether I was from South Africa. When I acknowledged, she said her father was from East Africa. Knowing what was done to the Indian people in East Africa I told her I’d love to know what her father thought of Barack Obama. She leaned forward over the desk and said under her breath, “He says Obama is bloody Mau-Mau.

There must be a reason why an Indian man from East Africa and a Caucasian from South Africa who never ever met each other would have the same analysis of a situation. For those who have never heard the term “Mau-Mau” before, read the Wikipedia article, and see the note by the Luo Kenyan author, Bethwell Ogot:

Mau Mau fighters, . . . contrary to African customs and values, assaulted old people, women and children. The horrors they practiced included the following: decapitation and general mutilation of civilians, torture before murder, bodies bound up in sacks and dropped in wells, burning the victims alive, gouging out of eyes, splitting open the stomachs of pregnant women.

Obama’s father was a Luo born on the shores of Lake Victoria.

Perhaps Americans need to do more homework on their presidential candidates before putting them up for nomination. If they make this mistake again there is no telling where their future president might go to “find his roots”, as Obama did in the 1990s. There is nothing wrong with Kenya, but the Mau-Mau is quite something else.

And perhaps Obama SHOULD become president of Kenya, as some have quipped, following in the footsteps of other fellow Luo personages like Oginga Odinga. Who knows; they might make him President-for-life, as Africa is wont to do. Until then, read THIS article from Kenya and see the bit about Obama’s father’s speech in Hawaii.

Harry Booyens