Interview on “Connecting the Dots”


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— On 26 February 2019 Alex Newman (left), freelance writer for, among others, the New American Magazine, joined me (right) on the “Connecting the Dots” show of Dan Happel (centre). The full two hour session may be heard HERE. Dan’s title for the show was “What Next? Now that the lunatics are running the asylum“, referring to the United States House of Representatives after last year’s Mid-term election and the advent in US Congress of a slew of Extreme Left Wing people. I refuse to call them “Liberals” anymore – they are simply not worthy of the term. Some are more reminiscent of Stalin than any form of Liberalism. And even the Russians moved his statue to the Fallen Monuments Park. Some of these new folks are so young that Obama was president when they got their brains. They’ve already taken to speaking utter drivel and demonstrating their inability at maths and resentment of truth and reality, which seems to come with being a Leftist these days. The old Communists could do Maths; I suspect they just refused to believe the answer. It would seem the American version of the same has serious trouble with calculators.

Bet you if one asks them who the Cold War was against, they’d say “Donald Trump”.

Forgive my sense of humour, but I’m going to hold onto it.

— Harry Booyens


US Genocide Prevention in South Africa?


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US Congress does something Useful

—The United States Congress has passed the Elie Wiesel Genocide Prevention Act. While I tend not to get excited about Acts passed by a body as utterly ineffectual and regularly misled as the US Congress, this Act does pique my interest. The Act is named for Holocaust survivor and 1986 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Elie Wiesel (above). It states that the policy of the United States shall be to– (author’s emphases)

(1) regard the prevention of atrocities as in its national interest;

(2) work with partners and allies, including to build their capacity, and enhance the capacity of the United States, to identify, prevent, and respond to the causes of atrocities, including insecurity, mass displacement, violent conflict, and other conditions that may lead to such atrocities; and

(3) pursue a United States Government-wide strategy to identify, prevent, and respond to the risk of atrocities by–

(A) strengthening the diplomatic, risk analysis and monitoring, strategic planning, early warning, and response capacities of the Government;

(B) improving the use of foreign assistance to respond early, effectively, and urgently in order to address the causes of atrocities;

(C) strengthening diplomatic response and the effective use of foreign assistance to support appropriate transitional justice measures, including criminal accountability, for past atrocities;

(D) supporting and strengthening local civil society, including human rights defenders and others working to help prevent and respond to atrocities;

(E) promoting financial transparency and enhancing anti-corruption initiatives as part of addressing causes of conditions that may lead to atrocities; and

(F) employing a variety of unilateral, bilateral, and multilateral means to prevent and respond to atrocities by–

(i) placing a high priority on timely, preventive diplomatic efforts; and
(ii) exercising leadership in promoting international efforts to prevent atrocities.

The Act requires the President of the United States to provide the Committee on Foreign Affairs (and two other committees) with regular reports regarding current efforts to prevent and respond to atrocities, a global assessment of ongoing atrocities,  countries and regions at risk of atrocities, including a description of specific risk factors, at-risk groups, and likely scenarios in which atrocities would occur.

The Rule of Construction of the Act states that nothing in the Act shall be construed as authorizing the use of military force.

Dear President Trump

Sir, may I suggest you immediately set your Central Intelligence Agency to work on reporting on (1) the massive Institutionalised Corruption in South Africa, (2) the associated State Capture, and the (3) terrible Threat of Genocide to the white people in that country due to the perpetrators of the aforementioned corruption and state capture blaming them and setting upon those 4.5 Million White people the 45 Million Black people of the country. I should also like to point out that the ANC government’s efforts at legalizing the stealing of the property of White people is calculated to induce violence against the White minority. In this respect, see point (E) of the Act above.


The Mfecane: Twenty years of Hell on Earth


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—Today I make available the next chapter in my series titled Who stole the Land? This latest Chapter may be read HERE. I believe it is of paramount importance for all South Africans, and those elsewhere with a sense of justice, to make themselves familiar with the events in this chapter. I say this, because this history completely demolishes the very foundation of the ANC government’s efforts to destroy the Brown and White people of the country.

It is dedicated to the most terrible twenty years in the History of Southern Africa outside the Cape Colony. It all started with the accession of Shaka to the throne of the rather insignificant Zulu nation, one of many in the constellation of Nguni people along the east coast of what is now South Africa. The consequences would be one of the most horrific periods in the history of Mankind anywhere on Earth. One has to be devoid of a heart not to have sympathy for the people affected by this horror.

It has taken a long time to put together for two reasons:

Firstly, it required considerable research and digging to find all the texts. Along with that, I have done my very best to find online accessible versions of the texts I quote in evidence. There is no use to me suggesting to an Internet audience that I have the evidence, if I cannot put it in front of their eyes. I rely on British and French missionaries for almost all the first hand evidence. Neither were well-disposed toward the White population of the region.

Secondly, there is a growing effort, supported by the present government of South Africa, to pretend the events in this chapter never even happened. The truth does not sit well with its agenda. I felt it only correct to put the hard, horrible, inhuman evidence directly where people capable of independent thought can see it for themselves.

The overall result of the events in this chapter was the effective depopulation of much of the interior of  the present South Africa north of the Orange River by 1836. Only the furthest northeastern Black people in the country were relatively unaffected by the events. The effects of the Mfecane were felt almost to the equator and defined the populations of what are now the independent countries of Botswana and Lesotho.

The parallels between the histories of USA and South Africa are quite striking. However, this chapter will hopefully make it clear to Americans why South Africa’s history differs profoundly from theirs when it comes to the matter of relations between Whites and Blacks. It also provides historic background to the comments made by President Trump regarding farm killings in South Africa.

— Harry Booyens

Child of the Covenant


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As a child it used to drive me nuts. My birthday was a perpetual Sunday and all the bioscopes (movie houses) were closed. There was no TV or Internet back then in 1950s  and 1960s South Africa.

The Nightmare Background

I was a little older when I started learning the meaning of all this. In truth, it was only while writing the book AmaBhulu some years ago that the true terror and scope of the challenge that gave rise to the Covenant became clear to me. It was only then that the significance of being a Geloftebaba, a Child of the Covenant, struck me.

On 9 December 1838, some 400 men of the old Afrikaner Voortekkers (Eng: those trekkers who lead the way) first made a Covenant with God that, if He should give them Victory over the treacherous Zulu king Dingane, they would erect a Church in his name and forevermore treat the day of the victory as a Sunday.

Prior to this, these men had crossed the largely uninhabited Free State prairie strewn with bleached human skeletons. Then they had clashed with Mzilikazi of the Matabele, who lived far to the northwest, because they had inadvertently ridden into his no-man’s-land. They had defeated him and driven him to what is now Zimbabwe. They had then crossed the Drakensberg and signed a treaty with King Dingane of the Zulu. He had offered them land to the south of his heartland if they would recover his stolen cattle from Sekonyela of what used to be the frightening Mantatee Horde, but who were now again known by their original name, the Ba’Tlokwa. They retrieved the cattle, but after the deal was signed, as they were preparing to leave, the king had set his army upon them and slaughtered the entire Trekker contingent of 100 men. Dingane had them impaled. Then he had sent his army to kill the women and children. It had been a terrible massacre of 400 souls (above) in February 1838.

The Trekkers had survived this, as well as two more pitched engagements. The British contingent from Port Natal (Durban) had also tried to take down Dingane, but were badly beaten and physically driven into the sea at Durban (onto the brig Comet, from which they had to sit and watch helplessly as the Zulu trashed their little settlement).

It was now 10 months later, the Trekkers had studied their enemy, knew his tactics, and had been reinforced with more men. They numbered some 407. They also had a new leader in Andries Pretorius, who had arrived with a tiny little homemade cannon. One hundred Zulus, armed with guns, had joined them [YES!!! – people forget that bit]. Between three and five Englishmen, including Alexander Biggar, had joined them – [YES!!! people forget that bit also]. The battle was eventually to happen on 16 December 1838, my perpetual birthday. But the religious runup to the event started earlier.

The Covenant

It was likely on 9 December 1838 that the Covenant service was first conducted. Sarel Celliers has it as the 7th of December and Jan Bantjes as the 10th. Jan Bantjes clearly describes events of a Sunday. These simple farmers were much more likely to have the day of the week correct than the calendar date. The Sunday in that week was in fact the 9th of December 1838. The official scribe of this force was Jan Bantjes, and it is to him that I turn for his exquisitely detailed description of the event. (John Bird’s, Annals of Natal Vol.1, (1888), p.445):

On Sunday morning, before divine service commenced the, chief commandant called together all those who were to perform that service, and requested them to propose to the congregation “that they should all fervently in spirit and in truth, pray to God for His relief and assistance in their struggle with the enemy: that he wanted to make a vow to God Almighty, if they were all willing, that should the Lord be pleased to grant us the victory, we would raise a house to the memory of His great name wherever it might please Him,” and that they should also supplicate the aid and assistance of God to enable them to fulfil their vow; and that we would note the day of the victory in a book, to make it known even to our latest posterity, in order that it might be celebrated to the honour of God.

He [Sarel Celliers] commenced by singing from Psalm xxxviii, verses 12-16, then delivered a prayer and preached about the twenty four first verses of the Book of Judges; and thereafter delivered the prayer in which the before-mentioned vow to God was made, with a fervent supplication for the Lord’s aid and assistance in the fulfilment thereof. The 12th and 21st verses of the said xxxviii Psalm were again sung, and the service was concluded with singing the cxxxiv Psalm. In the afternoon the congregations assembled again and several appropriate verses were sung. Mr Celliers again made a speech, and delivered prayers solemnly; and in the same manner the evening was also spent.

I next give the floor to Sarel Celliers (below), the man who actually conducted the services, to tell us about it many years later in 1870, when his memory as a 69 year-old man may have been fading a little (John Bird’s, Annals of Natal Vol.1, (1888), pp.244-252):

I took my place on a gun carriage. The 407 men of the force were assembled round me. I made the promise in a simple manner as solemnly as the Lord enabled me to do. As nearly as I can remember, my words were these:

“My brethren and fellow countrymen, at this moment we stand before the holy God of heaven and earth, to make a promise, if He will be with us, and protect us, and deliver the enemy into our hands so that we may triumph over him, that we shall observe the day and the date as an anniversary in each year, and a day of Thanksgiving like the Sabbath, in His honour; and that we shall enjoin our children that they must take part with us in this, for a remembrance even for our posterity; and if anyone sees a difficulty in this, let him retire from the place. For the honour of His name will be joyfully exalted, and to Him the fame and the honour of the victory must be given.”

I said, further, that we must join in prayer to be raised up to the throne of His grace; and so forth. And I raised my hands towards the heavens in the name of us all. Moreover, we confirmed this in our prayers each evening, as well as on the next Sabbath. Every evening, at three places, there was an evening service.

The Lord was with us.

As to what I have written, He who knows all things, knows that I have not wittingly written an untruth.

(Signed) S. A. Celliers, Elder

By God’s enduring mercy and grace, 69 years old.

Copy verbatim:

(Signed) W.S. van Rijneveld

The Covenant was presented as follows in the Zuid-Afrikaan newspaper in 1839, back in the Cape Colony:

Here we stand before the holy God of heaven and earth, to make a vow to Him that, if He will protect us and give our enemy into our hand, we shall keep this day and date every year as a day of thanksgiving like a sabbath, and that we shall erect a house to His honour wherever it should please Him, and that we also will tell our children that they should share in that with us in memory for future generations. For the honour of His name will be glorified by giving Him the fame and honour for the victory.

The Battle of the Ncome River : Blood River

The Battle of Blood River, fought from daybreak on 16 December 1838, exactly 180 years ago today, against 10,000-15,000 very brave battle hardened Zulu soldiers using well-tried and very succesful tactics, was an overwhelming victory for the Trekkers; their first against the mighty Zulu Army. That Zulu Army, employing basically the same tactics and assegaais (spears), completely annihilated a vastly larger and vastly better equipped British Army 41 years later in 1879. On 16 December 1838 the 400 men in their wagon circle (memorial below), with their faith in their Covenant, suffered three flesh wounds, while more than 3,000 Zulu soldiers lay dead. The Ncome River ran red with blood – hence its future name: Blood River. The worst wound was that of Trekker leader Andires Pretorius, who was stabbed through the hand while trying to get a Zulu warrior to take a letter to the Zulu King. The Zulu myth of Invincibility lay shattered. That Battle and its outcome has been seen for 180 years as one of the prime examples in World History of Divine Intervention, and that is true not only in South Africa. The dramatic blow-by-blow detail of the battle may be read in the book AmaBhulu.

The Covenant Today

The Afrikaners of South Africa, of all extractions, languages and skin colours again face a terrible challenge. In these troubled times we might well remember the vow our forefathers took. It is also against the background that I place here the link to the music video, Die Gelofte (The Vow – image below). May it inspire a few souls in South Africa and abroad to stand up and do what is right, before it is too late.

Today I become a pensioner in Canada and I might as well grow up and understand the significance of this day…. and it has nothing whatsoever to do with it being my birthday. It has everything to do with my family and people facing Ethnic Cleansing in the country of their great-great-great-great-great-grandfathers. My one great prayer on this day, is that President Trump will intervene and put pressure on the racist ANC Government of South Africa to stop its brazenly racist policies and its daily threats against the White people of that beautiful country.

Along with it, goes the music video of Die Land behoort aan jou (The Land belongs to you), which represents a musical oath by the Afrikaner people of South Africa to the next generation that they shall, as a people, hold onto the land of their forefathers.

 —Harry Booyens

South Africa: Situation Critical on WeThePeopleRadio


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Yesterday I treated the subject of the previous post (South Africa: Situation Critical) on WeThePeopleRadio with Erin Ryan & Bill Cundiff.

On this show I added bits of text from books by the early Missionaries to the interior of South Africa. More particularly, I provided the words of rev. Eugène Casalis, missionary to the ba’Sotho king Moshesh. He described the scenes of skeleton covered plains in what is now the Free State Province of South Africa. He described the same absence of people in 1831 that struck the Voortrekkers of 1836. So, where exactly is this country that the white people supposedly stole?

I also made use of the description of devastation in the wake of the Mantatee Host as provided by Rev. Samuel Broadbent, the first missionary to the ba’Rolong people. He described the very real cannibalism he saw with his own eyes near Makwassie in the Southwestern Transvaal in 1823.

The radio show is rather intense, but it is high time we got intense.

The complete recording of the show is HERE.

Note:  Samuel Broadbent was a missionary of the Wesleyan (Methodist) Church, which did a very good job in South Africa in the 1800s. My objections are reserved uniquely for the London Missionary Society cabal.

— Harry Booyens

South Africa : Situation Critical


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—In the 48 hours between Tuesday and Thursday of this past week, there were no fewer than five attacks on white farmers and their families in South Africa. At the same time, the leader of the third largest party in parliament, the ex-leader of the ANC Youth League/“Hitler Jugend” – Julius Malema, singsKill the Boer; kill the Farmer” and works up his party faithful against white people.

Expropriation of property Without Compensation

Tuesday this week the ruling Soviet-trained ANC government-controlled National Assembly (above) approved a final report by a Select Committee proposing the Expropriation of property Without Compensation (EWC : outright Theft via Democracy). “When the blood flows it will be on your hands,” Member of Parliament Anton Alberts said in the direction of the ANC benches.

That Committee was chaired by Jeremy Cronin, the leading and most visible Communist in the country, and its hearings were a complete farce. It is important to note that the change to the constitution refers to PROPERTY and not to just LAND. Even former President Thabo Mbeki has called the plan RACIST.

• To implement this EWC, the original constitution agreed by Nelson Mandela would have to be changed.

• In particular, Section 25 of that Constitution dealing with property rights would need to be changed, as it protects property rights of individuals as is the case in the USA.

• That Constitution and that section in particular formed the basis of the end of White rule in South Africa. It was a key element of the 1994 deal.

• 27 April 2019 will be exactly 25 years after the election that brought Mandela to power.

• About a year ago the ANC announced that it was ready to implement THE SECOND PHASE Of its REVOLUTION. This here now is it.

The Reasoning of the ANC Government

The reason the ANC gives for implementing EWC, is that

• white people are supposedly not selling their farms fast enough to the government; and that

• white farmers supposedly own a disproportionate fraction of the land. 80-90% is often quoted; also by BBC and CNN.


• the government is also not giving the farms that HAVE been acquired to aspirant Black farmers.

• Last Friday, a rare Black commercial farmer sued the government for NOT transferring title to him for a farm he acquired via the EXISTING “willing buyer-willing seller” scheme16 YEARS AGO.

• I have it on the authority of a senior Agricultural Union Manager that the government has not transferred title to any Black farmers on expropriated land since 2009.

The government promotes, or at the very least condones and supports, the concept that

• white people are supposed “Invaders” and that they supposedly “Stole” the land;

• they “Should give it back” to its “rightful owners” who are in their view “Black South Africans”; and that

• “LAND” is the overwhelmingly big issue of the Nation

The Reality

There are four thruths involved here:

                    1. The truth about Land Ownership:

• White farmers own exactly 21.8% of the land in South Africa, calculated using THE GOVERNMENT’s OWN REPORT and the CIA’s stated surface area of South Africa.

• The vast majority of the white owned land is in the low yield semi-desert west of the country (below) – much like Southern Nevada or Southern Arizona.

• The Government owns all the well-watered old Black Homelands except Kwa-Zulu, which was put in trust for the Zulu people by the old White Gvt. in 1994 to get them into the election. Ironic, eh?

• Whites may not own farms in those Apartheid Era Black Homelands.

• One cannot raise a mortgage from a Bank against land owned by the government; keeping title from Black people therefore condemns them to failure in developing that land.

                   2. The truth about Arable Land:

• It is the white farmers who have developed the dry land farming country in the east since at least 1852 and turned it into the greatest cornfields of Africa.

• The Black peoples, in those areas where they did control land, never developed it. They just practiced subsistence farming.

• In evidence: there is not a single grain silo in any of the old Black Homelands where black farmers did not hold title. That pretty much says it all.

                   3.  The truth about expropriation:

• The estates that WERE transferred mostly decayed to nothing and lie useless and unproductive (e.g. the Lipton Tea case, etc);

• The ANC itself confessed 6 years ago that nine tenths of formerly white farms given to black communities had gone dormant; moreover

• Repeated surveys show that when Black communities are given the option of financial reward or the land as part of existing expropriation deals, they prefer the money.

                  4.  The truthful reasons behind EWC:

• The expropriation case judges themselves complain that Black lawyers are getting rich off the state by hanging up expropriation cases.

• EWC will get the Black Government Racist Black votes and will save them having to pay for the land they want to take from Whites.

• It has nothing to do with giving Black people land; it has everything to do with visibly “sticking it to” White people.

• The farm attacks are used to scare the farmers off their land and to reduce the price they will charge for their farms.

• The threat of EWC destroys land value (who wants to buy what can be simply taken by a government) and therefore crashes the financial estates of the farmers.

• As the treasurer of the Limpopo Black Farmers Union stated several years ago already, the government is “concerned to put people on the land instead of putting farmers in agriculture” (see page 9 of that report).

Despite these four major points, the international formal media fawns on the SA government, perpetuates the lie about the land and the history, and strengthens the hand of the farm attackers, who, as a result, feel they have the tacit support of the government and the nodding consent of the world in killing white farmers.

The Deeper Plan:

• On 16 December 1971, the leader of the ANC (Oliver Tambo) stated, “The White enemy in South Africa can and must be defeated” (Sechaba, Vol.6, No.2 ( Feb. 1972). They meant it. Why would BBC and CNN be denying it now? These people, who called me as an 18 year old school kid an “enemy” because of my skin color, are now the government.

• They targeted farmers before: Page 19 of the 1986 CIA Special National Intelligence Estimate with the above cover states: “Most ANC bombings since late last year have been directed against civilian rather than government targets. A recent ANC statement specifically noted that white farmers and urban white males were considered by the ANC as part of the government’s “Security forces” and were valid targets for ANC operations”. My suggestion to any American reader is READ THAT HEAVILY REDACTED DOCUMENT.

Why exactly is anyone surprised at what is now happening?

Pres. Trump SHOULD be concerned

Nevertheless, the simple truth IS getting out, and it is starting to worry CNN. See Minute 1.39 in THIS interview of CNN with president Ramaphosa (above) where David McKenzie mentions it. Ramaphosa talks about a “tiny minority view”. He is correct: that tiny minority is the 10% that all white people together make up of the population. And those are the people whose property he aims to take. Remember, this is the man who negotiated the old government out of power. I put it to you:

• Ramaphosa is a very competent and very dangerous man.

• He would run rings around most American politicians.

• As leader of a Party listed as a Terrorist Organization by Pres. Ronald Reagan, he commands an economy of $767 Billion USD per annum with revenues of $92 Billion per annum

• His biggest trading partner is China

• South Africa is the world’s largest producer of chrome, manganese, platinum, and vanadium and the second largest producer of palladium and zirconium.

Every American’s automobile has some South Africa inside it.

President Trump has every reason to be concerned about South Africa. It is time for him to fire up the key Western Countries to put a stop to this outrage.

It is also time that the Canadian Government developed a conscience on the subject. For a country that prides itself on its occupation of moral high ground, it is disgracefully quiet… It backed the ANC to the hilt. Now what?…… eh?

— Harry Booyens

George Herbert Walker Bush


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—There have been lots of eulogies dedicated to President George Herbert Walker Bush. I also believe the United States and the world lost a very good man this week. For me there are three things that stand out, and they are probably a bit different from the typical American view:

  1. He was the last American President to have fought in the Second World War and, like my father-in-law, he was an Allied fighter pilot. This means he was a man who actually knew what war was and did not take it lightly. It also means he had a set of values that I could relate to. It is mentioned that president Jimmy Carter was in the military in WWII, but he was in the Naval Academy. Unlike George HW Bush, he did not serve on active duty in the war, but did so soon after.
  2. He headed the CIA from 30 January 1976 to the end of President Ford’s term, replacing Bill Colby in that role. This means he knew what was going on in Angola at that time, because the CIA was involved. He would have known about South Africa’s joint effort with the USA, as solicited by the United States; more particularly, by Henry Kissinger. I am sure it influenced his views regarding the third point.
  3. As Reagan’s Vice-President, it was he who placed the Communist-trained ANC party of Nelson Mandela on the United States List of Terrorist Organizations. Of course, he had the benefit of the intelligence assessments from the CIA, and his own history with the organization to rely on. Ironically, his own son would remove them from that list in 2008, and now the world can see the folly of that act.

I always hoped that I might get the opportunity to speak to him, but it was not meant to be. He was the last American leader to do the right thing with respect to South Africa, until the arrival of President Trump. It was also George Herbert Walker Bush who issued an executive order lifting all Federal Sanctions against South Africa in July 1991.

We have just witnessed the loss of a good leader of the West. He could innately tell right from wrong, and did what was right. What more can one really ask in the end?

— Harry Booyens

Lana, Malema, and the Little Red Handbag


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— It would appear that President Trump, the most powerful leader in the world, is planning on appointing South African-born Lana Marks as Ambassador to South Africa. The post has been vacant since he took office and has been filled on a temporary basis by Jessye Lapenn. (As to that video: errr..Ja, well, no, fine : For American readers that is more or less somewhere between “yeah, right” and “you’re kidding me, right?”)

The previous ambassador, Patrick Gaspard, was a pal of Obama’s, born in the Congo to Haitian parents. That neatly represented the Obama School of Thought: Pick a guy that’s Black — all about skin colour. So it was clear that all one had to do was be Black, be a worker in Obama’s election campaign, and be a community organizer. One did not actually need to know anything about South Africa. As to being from the Congo, that would be the equivalent of Russia appointing a Paraguayan as Ambassador to the United States. I mean, he’d be from the continent of America, would he not…oh, yes….and he’d be white…right?

Julius and the Little Red Handbag

So, the appointment of Lana Marks, who runs a line of exotic animal skin handbags, seems pretty sensible against that background. She’s a born South African, she’s  experienced in business, and, most importantly, she knows how to turn nasty animals into handbags. She started her line of handbags in response to the fact that the British Queen could not find a suitable red alligator skin bag to go with a suit she had. Marks has been hugely successful in running this empire.

So now, it strikes me that she’s exactly relevant to this particular job. The way I’m thinking, she could turn Julius Malema (below- click on image) into that little red alligator skin job behind her head in the picture above. Sure, I don’t know if it is really alligator skin, but work with me here. It would go with Malema’s party colours and with his character. It is most appropriate that it should be a SMALL red handbag, because once all that fat has been melted off Malema, there is not much of substance left.  Those two side pockets could be used to carry muti (witchdoctor potions), and it is most relevant that there should be…errr…. two, if you see what I mean. One caution though: as with most ladies’ handbags—bear with me here ladies— if it’s mouth opens, the most ridiculous combination of things comes out. So, Marks might want to consider a solid zipper on the top of the Little Red Handbag, to make sure the mouth STAYS shut.

It  kind of goes with the British colours also. I thought they once tried to paint Africa red from the Cape to Cairo.

Forgive my sense of humour; it keeps me from screaming. We South Africans don’t have much to smile about, and every bit helps. Clicking on his image below shows what Malema is actually all about.

— Harry Booyens

The World of the Black People: 1816


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—Today I publish the next chapter in my Who stole the Land? series. Chapter 6: The World of the Black People before the Mfecane:1816 provides the lay of the land and the distribution of the Black peoplpes of South Africa in the 1816-1822 period. The Mfecane, the Great Crushing, started in the Natal region in 1816 at the hand of the amaZulu and spilled over the Drakensberg Mountain range onto the Plains of the interior in 1822. The Mfecane itself will be the next chapter. It is after that Mfecane that the White Christian Trekkers moved into the interior. So this picture is important to understand when anyone wants to debate the matter of LAND in South Africa.

This new Chapter 6 tells the reader exactly who is who during the ensuing mayhem. The ba’Tlokwa of Chapter 6 become the dreaded Mantatee Host of Chapter 7. The amaHlubi of Northern Natal in Chapter 6 become the amaFengu (the Beggar People) of Chapter 7. Peoples who lived in a part of the country that looks like Florida in the USA, end up in places that look like Wyomng. The well laid out peoples of Chapter 6 are scrambled, in some cases to near the equator, in chapter 7. It is therefore important for the reader to understand the layout of the map in Chapter 6 before the future history of South Africa can be understood and appreciated.  Chapter 7 will introduce the reader to a period of wanton murderous bloodletting, the likes of which the world had never seen before, nor since. It will be a reduction of the state of Mankind as at no other time in human history. All this is built into the psyche of South Africans of all colours, and the rest of the innocent world apparently has no clue.

It is high time they did.

It is this kind of thing that advisors to President Trump should understand. It is this kind of thing that the Western Media needs to understand before baying for the blood of Christian farmers just because they are white. It is this kind of thing that people like the moPedi* Julius Malema needs to understand before they sing, “Kill the farmer”. It is this kind of thing his audience needs to understand when he tells them to kill farmers as in the video below (click on the image).

*: moPedi -a single person of Pedi descent.

I need to ask my Black friends from South Africa to forgive me if I have left out their specific people in this chapter. There are so very many, and they all suffered, but I had to make a choice as to who I focus on in order to tell the general history. Many isiZulu speaking peoples and Tswana peoples will be scattered to the wind  in Chapter 7, but in Chapter 6 I could put only a limited number of them on the map, otherwise it would have obscured the map and utterly confused non-South Africans. The bloodsoaked scope of the utter hell and misery unleashed in Chapter 7 is so great that it is difficult to capture it on paper. It is a travesty that there is not a single movie anywhere that addresses it.

—Harry Booyens

“We are against tyranny, and tyranny is in South Africa”


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These were the words of Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana, while driving Comprehensive Sanctions against South Africa through the United States Congress in 1986. Those sanctions forced White Christian South Africans to submit to Black African Rule, submerging them into a Rwanda-like state. He was obviously swayed by what he saw and heard in the media, a media that has since been revealed for what it is.

Enter President Reagan

President Reagan knew better, and vetoed the Sanctions Bill, because he had access to the CIA reports confirming that Nelson Mandela’s ANC was targeting civilians. I actually have a 1986 CIA report on the situation. I know exactly what it says. Pat Buchanan also resisted, but Senator Lugar (below) persisted with the help of the Media. The consequences today of his 1986 policy are also shown in the graphic.

Farm Attacks : Driving whites off the Land

Since Mandela took office in South Africa, several thousand white farmers have been murderd, often tortured to death. The graphic shows some of the victims and an informal memorial to those who did not survive. The formal media refuses to report on this. After all, surely they could not have been wrong, could they? Yes, they were and they always reported only one side of the story! And now they have to either bury the news and the truth or confess. They have decided to bury it and play deaf, dumb and blind. But Americans now know what they have with them.

Expropriation of Property Without Compensation

No, this is not what Americans know as Eminent Domain; this is Theft and Nationalization of land to which white farmers hold formal title. In fact, most have done so for many generations. In the United States, the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment assures that a property holder will be compensated if land is required by the state under Eminent Domain. In South Africa there is an article in the Constitution that grants roughly the same rights. It reads:

 Property may be expropriated only in terms of law of general application—

(a) for a public purpose or in the public interest; and
(b) subject to compensation, the amount of which and the time and manner of payment of which have either been agreed to by those affected or decided or approved by a court.

However, this week, on 15 November 2018, the South African Commission on Land Expropriation, launched and led by a senior Communist associated with Mandela’s ruling ANC Party, returned a report in favor of Land Expropriation WITHOUT COMPENSATION (read “from white owners, particularly farmers”). This is the equivalent of Scrapping Just Compensation in the United States Constitution.  It was a few months short of a quarter century after White South Africans accepted Black African Rule and lost all say in their own country and future.

Democracy is become Tyranny.

The process will now find its way through parliament where the ANC and its little brother, the black racist extremist Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will get the requisite number of votes to change the much lauded South African Constitution accordingly. The leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, is shown below. Click on the image to see a video of him showing what he wants done to white people. He is now to Senator Lugar, what Mugabe was to Jimmy Carter. At least Carter realised he made a mistake, but 40,000 were dead before he saw the light.

We have been Here Before

This is how Civilization ends. Not with a bang, but with a whimper, its defenders denounced by all who freeload on that Civilization and take it for granted. It is not the first time the Afrikaner has been here as a people. In 1899, a text was written by the Secretary of State of the Old South African Republic (Transvaal Boer Republic), as that country’s tiny farmers’ militia faced war with the mightiest power on earth, Great Britain. It would end in Concentration Camps, more than 26,000 women and children dead in those camps, and two innocent democratic republics of farming folks burnt to the ground and all farm stock killed because the farmers would not stop fighting for their independence from Britain. It was also the first nail in the coffin of the British Empire, which visibly lost its morality in the process. I quote from the text:

If the reading public believe a hundredth part of the enormities which have been laid at the door of our people and Government, they must be irresistibly forced to the conclusion that this Republic is a den of thieves and a sink of iniquity, a people, in fact, the very existence of which is a blot upon humanity, and a nuisance to mankind…In this awful turning point in the history of South Africa, on the eve of the conflict which threatens to exterminate our people, it behooves us to speak the truth in what may be, perchance, our last message to the world.

F.W. Reitz
Secretary of State for the South African Republic (Transvaal)
From his book “A Century of Wrong” (1899)

Sounds familiar, does it not? Two years after he wrote these words, on 20 November 1901, the New York Times would claim that the Afrikaner women could play tennis all day if they liked in the concentration camps. Click on that link and see for yourself. In fact, they were dying by the thousands….. but no report from the NYT on that.

What reality looked like at the time

I never thought the NYT would find itself in the same camp as Holocaust Deniers. Here is the actual reality (below): Elizabeth van Zyl in the Bloemfontein Concentration Camp in 1901, the photo taken by a British woman who actually had a soul and came to help: Emily Hobhouse. Our nation erected a Women’s Memorial with a central sculpture that she sketched and we named the town Hobhouse after her. After the war, South Africans collected money for her for a house in England. She died in 1926, and her ashes were brought to South Africa and interred at the Monument.

Where else in the world is there an example of this form of national Christian gratitude to a member of the enemy? That’s who we are. But today, a quarter century after getting rid of Apartheid, our closest international cousins renounce us. As a Danish professor told me to my face in 1980, “You should just die!” Apparently, nothing has changed since then.

What is the United States’ Position?

The White Christians have lost all hope for a future under the U.S.S.R trained ANC in charge of South Africa. White South Africans helped the United States unquestioningly in two World Wars; my own father-in-law flew ground cover in his Spitfire Mk.9 for American soldiers fighting their way up the spine of Italy in WWII; my own uncle rode motor-bike dispatch in the same war in Italy; our pilots died along with their American comrades in Korea, flying P-51s and F-86 Sabres (below) as part of US fighter wings; we went into Angola to help the USA in 1975 at its specific request, as shown in AmaBhulu, facing the might of the U.S.S.R and its surrogates.

Now is our Moment of Need as a people and we beg Americans to show their true character and stand up for us. South Africans trust that President Trump will now assume a clear position on the matter and clarify the position of the United States with respect to the monstrous ANC and EFF and their tyranny.

My Question

What will now follow is the direct handiwork of the 99th US Congress in 1986 and Bill Clinton, who had the watch over matters from 1992 to 1996. Clinton became infatuated with the ANC’s Mandela, just as Jimmy Carter had with Robert Mugabe, some 14 years earlier. We all know how Mugabe turned out, while Mandela was revealed on the night of his death to have been a Communist Party Politburo Member. The 99th US Congress had a Senate in which the Republicans had a majority, yet it voted 78 to 21 to overturn President Reagan’s veto against Comprehensive Sanctions against South Africa. That was what eventually forced white South Africans into National Suicide under Mandela’s ANC. And the Republican Senator who is responsible for that veto was Republican Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) who said,

We are against tyranny, and tyranny is in South Africa.

Senator Lugar eventually lost his Senate seat, but he is still alive and 86 years old. He is a contemporary of my mother, whose apartment building was bombed by Mandela’s terrorists a few months BEFORE he, Lugar, made his decisions. Innocent white women and children were killed.

I should like to ask him,

Senator, were you not against tyranny, Sir? Tell us, Senator, why are you not objecting now? In 1986 you decided without having all the facts; now you have them. And you can see the consequences of your actions. What is your decision, Sir? You still have time to fix what you have done. You do NOT have to be in the Senate to stand up and get counted, Sir.

— Harry Booyens