—The word “Senekal” will live on in South African culture and history. It is here that the history of Post-Apartheid South Africa finally turned. And the word “Senekal” shall become a Rallying Cry.
Senekal is a peaceful little town on the Free State Prairie of South Africa. Nothing is supposed to ever happen in Senekal. One is supposed to hear the corn grow. The montage above captures the feel of the general district; it is a world of of wide vistas, fields of wheat, corn, or sunflower, tractors, combine harvesters, grain silos, and church steeples. This is the Midwest and Prairie of South Africa, a world of John Deere and Massey Ferguson. The local farmers are no-nonsense folks with big hearts, a firm handshake, and a word that counts for something. They are devout Calvinist Christians, typically belonging to the Dutch Reformed Church. Midwestern American Presbyterians would feel quite comfortable with these folks and in that church.
The events of the first two weeks of October 2020 in Senekal would rattle the ANC government of the country, parade its incompetence for the world to see, expose the far left EFF party as the cowardly fraud it is, and lead to an amalgamation of the civilized Western-oriented forces against the Communist-controlled Kleptocracy called “government”. On 6 October 2020 in Senekal, the White people of South Africa would find their collective Voice after 26 years of “staggering wordlessly through the Sinai” from outrage to misery to outrage. And they would be supported by people of all other races.
Read the full length article HERE. It lays out the events and sketches the players and the map on which the events played out, supported by copious video materials.
Braam Janse van Rensburg said:
Was mal oor Loving life se program vanaand. Kan oom dalk met oom Chris ook ‘n video maak asseblief?
Harry Booyens said:
Braam, ek is heel bereid om dit te doen, maar ek sou ‘n uitnodiging van Chris Wyatt moet kry.
Braam is asking that I should do a Livestream with Chris Wyatt, and I’m saying Chris would need to invite me; it is his channel, after all.
Loxie Lou Davie said:
Just read the entire article, Harry! “A Glimmer of Hope”……how refreshing to hear!!
As you know, The Silent Majority in the USA is also finally making themselves heard. Decent people all over the world MUST make their voices heard!!
At the moment, we here in the USA are trying to restore Rule of Law in our own country while an election is being stolen…..because of the inaction of decent people, The Bad Apples have taken over the barrel here……many simply unaware of it, being so busy with their everyday lives!!
Now, The Silent Majority… AND… the entire world is watching while a bunch of Cheaters are trying to snatch the Presidency of the USA!! They thought they had their “fix” in, but will soon find that cooler minds will prevail!! Rule of Law will be restored & hopefully the People of South Africa can take hope from that!!
Wolfgang Schmidt said:
Thank you Dr Booyens for this really brilliantly written article. Anyone, who knows South Africa as it has been before the ANC cohorts stole it, feels for the Afrikaners who live in sheer fear for their lives, yet they are the ones who feed those who brutally kill them. If there is ever an explanation needed for human perversity, this is the one.
Yes, I did read Amabhulu and I would like to express my deep admiration and sincere thanks to you for writing it. It is both: A fascinating in-depth history recount of actual happenings and a detailed insight into the ancestry of some of the noted people, including those of your own family.
May it be an eye-opener to all those who think they know South Africa based on the more than dubious and mostly outright false reporting of the Mainstream Media – or their persistent silence – for those who know better and lastly those who come after us in search for the real truth, as it unfolded way back then.