Is Germany waking up to South Africa?

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Something is stirring in Germany

—Since WWII Germans have been almost paranoically racially “correct”. Two whole generations have tried to out-liberal the liberals of the world, while apologising for being alive. In the summer of 2015 I had to listen to a lily-white German professor explain to a trapped audience on a river boat how the Caucasian Germans do not have an adequate population growth rate and should make way for Arab immigrants to take over. I kid you not. I thought I was going get up and slap the fool to the ground. From the expressions on the faces of some of my American fellow passengers, it seemed as though they might actually get to him first. Just as well the idiot got off the boat at the very next stop.

It seems there is now a new generation of proper well-adjusted non-psychotic Germans with a renewed concept of self. I wish them well. The spineless effeminate West actually needs them very badly. They are as much a reaction to Angela Merkel’s concept of Germany as what Donald Trump is a reaction to Obama’s Africanist Socialist America. These folks have coalesced into a new Party, the Alternive für Deutschland. They were only formed in 2013, and barely missed the 5% election threshold in that year for a seat in the Bundestag. In 2017 they got seats in 14 of the 16 German State Parliaments. The same year they took a whopping 94 seats in the Bundestag, the German Federal Parliament.

Now, let it be known that liberals in the West love describing these AfD folks as “Nazis”, “Far Right”, ect. etc. What I know, is that they are Germans, they are generally younger, and are generally tired of their fathers and grandfathers’ grovelling. That seems reasonable to me. If this is what it takes to get that idiot professor off the boat, then these guys are fine by me. I’d like them to keep a good check on their very far right wing, though, much as I would ask of Mr. Trump.

Germany and South Africa

This past week, a young German parliamentarian, Anton Friesen of the AfD, enquired from the Bundestag about asylum for White South Africans.  I do my best below to provide a translation of the article taken from their party webpage:


Protecting the White Minority in South Africa!

In the past 20 years, 70,000 white South Africans have been killed; nevertheless, the Federal Government does not recognize any grounds for protection (asylum)

Based on the answer to a written question by AfD member of parliament, Dr.-Ing. Anton Friesen, the federal government does not recognize any basis for asylum for white South Africans.

Anton Friesen, the AfD member of the Bundestag for Southern Thuringia (ex-East Germany), a member of both the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Committee for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid, explained:

In South Africa, a targeted persecution of an ethnic minority takes place almost unnoticed by the German public. The white South Africans are discriminated against, expelled and killed there. Over the past two and a half decades, over 70,000 white South Africans have been killed. Hundreds of thousands have now fled their homes.

The serious human rights violations in South Africa are staggering. It is therefore cynical if the Federal Government can not detect group persecution in this context. Other states, such as Australia, have already begun to facilitate visa issuance to white South Africans. Germany too can no longer stand idly by and watch the events in South Africa. Members of the white minority in South Africa must be granted a protected status if they apply for asylum in this country. In addition, development aid for South Africa must be removed as long as the situation for white South Africans does not improve.”


How do I see it?

Whenever I am tempted to ask liberal people for understanding of realities, I mentally slap myself through the face by remembering what a Communist Danish Professor once told me to my face in 1980,

You are sick anachronism and a blot on the name of Europe. You should just die!

That usually cures my lapse of intellect. So, why bother talking to them if they want one dead? They’ve made their position clear and no liberal has ever risen to the level of character to openly reject that man’s statement in a public conversation where others could hear him speak to me.

So, do I welcome the above statements from a relatively “far right party” that has its roots in the Old Communist East Germany. YES! They are, after all, the third biggest party in the Bundestag. (See their demographic). Would I have preferred for the sentiment to have come from Angela Merkel. DEFINITELY! Will she ever protect a White South African. NO, she does not have the guts and she has the soul of a computer. And her history is suspect in my book; just read her Wikipedia bio. She’d rather have three million Middle Eastern Refugees; a safe choice for a liberal.

I guess that is what so irked me about the idiot professor on the boat. A Christian German descendant like myself is not welcome in his Germany as refugee, but the Muslim Arabs are; and they are not even a minority that is officially discriminated against, like the White South Africans.

Now, if only someone could stand up in the United States House of Representatives and ask about protection for white South African farmers. However, I’m not holding my breath. In fact, I need evidence that any of them know where Africa is. The only one I have any faith might raise the matter of South Africa is President Donald Trump himself.

— Harry Booyens

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A White African and a Black American

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The  Black American Man of God

— It was a few minutes before I had to go on stage and deliver a speech to an American audience about the plight of white farmers in South Africa. I strolled past some of the displays and came upon the Reverend Matthew Cummings (above) manning his display with a diminutive black lady I understood to be his mother. He inquired about the mess in South Africa. As I explained to him and his mother about the horror, I unexpectedly choked up.

The fact is that the lady was the spitting image of “Stompie”, our Tswana housekeeper back in Pretoria, South Africa through the 1990s. Somehow, on the day of my final departure from South Africa in 2000, the tiny “Stompie” had been transformed into the embodiment of the entire White Experience of Africa for me, complete with all its contradictions and ironies. Back then, I was saying goodbye to my beloved Africa in every conceivable way. But, it was only when I hugged Stompie goodbye that I felt the tears on my face. And here in 2018 sat “Stompie” listening to me describe the horror my people were living—my…err….”dam suddenly burst”.

I apologised to the two of them and left to sit down at my table, trying to clear both my head and my vision, striving to gain control before going on stage.

And then there was a hand on my left shoulder and there stood the Rev. Cummings. And that was when he asked whether he could pray for me and my people. Naturally, I agreed, really appreciating the gesture. He said the prayer, but as the reader will understand, it certainly did not help to clear the mist in my eyes. Here I was, the supposed “Nazi” “Racist” White Afrikaner according to the formal  Western Media people and my people and I are being prayed for by a Black American clergyman….(!)

Let it be known to all who care that I felt vindicated in my belief that Black Americans will do the right thing once they know what is actually going on in South Africa, at least partly in their name. Here was the Black American praying for the distressed White African.

Mine is bigger

A Washington State Representative, Matt Shea, introduced me to the audience. As I took the stairs to the stage, I was still struggling to see properly and I hoped my voice would not crack. I had to do something in a hurry to straighten myself out.

So, as I got to the podium, I gave some background on myself, and made the point that I had written a book about South Africa’s history and present calamity. And then I held up Mandela’s 9-by-6 inch Long Walk to Freedom in my left hand, and a copy of my telephone directory-sized book, AmaBhulu, in my right hand and I said,

In the inimitable words of your president, ‘Mine is bigger’.

Naturally that generated considerable laughter, but, more importantly, it broke me out of my state of mind. I then followed up that in a mere 30 minutes with (a) the synoptic history of South Africa, (b) drop dead important historical facts about the country, and (c) the present situation, along with the evidence of how this relates to the United States. In the process I gave them a graphic presentation of what a farm murder actually looks like and why this whole savage Africanist disaster was headed for the United States. I referred to Obama’s policies, Ferguson, and the recent statue removals as examples of South Africa related upheavals in the USA. Obama had been, in his own words, “inspired by” the events of the 1980s in South Africa. That was when South Africa resembled Ferguson, Missouri in 2014 (below) and those who dissented from the ANC view were burnt to death with gasoline soaked tires. The audience was clearly staggered. They had no clue of the close connection between events in the USA and those in South Africa. They had no idea of the inspiration behind their previous president. Yet South Africans knew what he was going to do, possibly even before he knew.

How did I get there?

I was one of quite a number of speakers on an eclectic mix of subjects of concern to Conservative Americans. The collected speakers are shown in the photo below. Those in attendance believed their very concept of America under threat. Standing behind the lady in the bright cyan top in the picture below, I had been invited by radio host and chairman of the conference, Dan Happel (the gentleman on the far right of the photo). Cattle rancher and talk radio host Debbie Bacigalupi (partly obscured at the back on the left) had insisted on me being there (“Harry, just get yourself on a plane and get down here“). Both had interviewed me on radio. The conference was the brainchild of Ed Griffin, the elegant gentleman next to me, also behind the lady in cyan. Other speakers included Alex Newman (next to Ed Griffin), freelance reporter for the New American and reviewer of my book, as well as Robert Kiyosaki, Vietnam Vet and billionaire author of “Rich dad, poor dad“, partially visible behind Dan Happel. There was also Patrick Wood, author of Technocracy Rising, who had done his best to help South Africa in the 1970/80s at considerable personal peril. Next to me on my own right in the picture is Dr. Charles Lee, who had been a political prisoner in Mainland China.

The speakers were both Republicans and Democrats and their views ranged over a wide spectrum. I do not pretend to agree with all of the speakers, but they all felt passionately about their subjects. I would think that most of them were somewhat to the right of my views on life in general. After all, I did introduce myself as “An odd fish in strange waters“. But they were all good and devout Americans, with the odd person from other countries.

Judging from the approaches I had and the feedback from others, the presentation was extremely well-received, to the extent that such a stern warning can be well-received. True to American form, folks wanted to know how they could help the farmers in South Africa. My answer was that they should distribute the factsheet I have published elsewhere. I say more about the reaction further below.

Shaking hands with Ye Olde Enemie

When I finished, I walked straight out of the hall to go and compose myself at a table near the concession stands. And that was when a voice behind me introduced himself in an interesting accent and economical sentences as “Hi! My name is Sonny. I’m Russian. I have a military background. I work in security“. Sonny Puzikas (below) explained that he had stayed specifically to see my presentation and had come to express his support. He had “good South African buddies” and that he was worried about what was happening in South Africa.

I had never met Sonny before, but I could not help noticing how he bore himself. He was around six foot tall and had not a single superfluous motion about his frame. So I looked him in the eye and asked him straight out, “Sonny, were you Spetsnaz?“. Those would be the Russian special forces. Without batting an eyelid he confirmed my impression. I understood why he had “good South African buddies”. Those men who have actually lived in this world of ours, rather than just existed, will understand. He clearly knew some very practical realities of Africa. I never asked him where he had served.

And so Sonny and I talked…. and talked…and talked. I had met his British and South African counterparts earlier in my life. He and I looked at the world roughly the same way; this despite the fact that, in a previous part of our lives, we were total enemies. I had helped develop weapons to use against his fellow Russian forces members. I have the evidence black on white from Russian sources as to just exactly how effective those weapons had been against them. The British, in my place, would call him “ye olde enemie“. I call him a “friend and honorable ex-enemy“.

And there we both sat in the USA, former mutual enemies, and we agreed on pretty much all really important matters, specifically on the basics of civilisation and the threats to it.  We also agreed that Americans are really ill-informed about the world they live in. They have no idea just how brutal it can be. He thought I had been 100% correct to show the farm torture murder photos. On the other hand, this was something that had really worried me.

I did my homework on Sonny afterwards, and he is a very impressive man indeed. He certainly knows how to handle himself and has contributed to several movies in roles that required his skills. It also caused me to open up again my copy of “The Russians and the Anglo-Boer War” by Davidson and Filatova and read up about Colonel Maximov again. He served as Boer general in the war at a time when the most popular Russian folk song was about the distant South African Transvaal, of all places.

A unique Journey: too many tears

And so, within one hour in the United States, I, the White South African, (a) had been prayed for by a Black American Man of God, (b) had delivered a presentation that would have had me drummed out of the room and ostracised just five years earlier, and (c) had shaken hands in full mutual understanding with a man who was previously my deadly enemy. This was rather a unique journey in the field of Humanity.

At one of the two dinners two ladies approached me separately.  They were in some emotional distress about what they had learnt from my presentation. One simply burst into tears even as she approached me, saying, “Those poor poor people” referring to South African farmers. She explained that she had been unable to get over what she had heard and seen. This was exactly why I had been so concerned about showing those pictures. However, the fact is that the pictures are there for all to see on Google Images. I had simply told folks to put “farm attacks” into Google Images, and had then showed them what the returned result was.

At the final dinner I sat next to a “difficult” American gentleman (Afr: ‘n moeilike oom)  who had nothing good to say about either Republicans or Democrats, or George Bush Junior or Barack Obama, for that matter. During the meal I told him how difficult I found it to do what I was doing. In particular, I told him about a South African lady who previously had been attacked, and who contacted me ten minutes after I had completed a radio interview with an American host. The lady told me that “a peace” had come over her when she had heard me talking to the host because she “knew now God would do something“. I expressed my anguish to the gentleman that I am merely mortal and had no idea how to induce God to do anything, but that I certainly “felt the weight on my shoulders” from the lady’s statement.

I was staring ahead of myself, but I noticed from the corner of my eye that the gentleman was rising from his chair on my right. The next moment he put his left arm around my shoulders, tears streaming down his face, and he told me, “Harry, God is working through you.”

Cry the beloved Country

I stop here, because I do not know what to say….. just as I did not know how to respond to his statement. I just sat there, just as I am merely sitting here now. I feel humbled by the task. This mountain seems so very high …..and my people so helpless, directionless, leaderless, fractious, and disorganised.

I wonder if Alan Paton ever had any real clue what he was talking about when he titled his book Cry the Beloved Country….really….did he?

Harry Booyens

South Africa – The Drop Dead Important Historical Facts

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The History Factsheet

— In my dealings with well-meaning folks all across North America, I find that many simply do not know even the most basic historical facts about South Africa. In fact, I find that many South Africans don’t. Actually, I doubt whether a single Black South African knows these basics anymore, given the intense brainwashing they have been subjected to by the ANC government for a quarter of a century. In fact, an entire generation has now been raised on lies and racist propaganda. The most extreme of anti-white racism is not coming from elderly Black folks who had to live with apartheid. It is coming from clueless young Black people raised on this ANC diet of racist lies.

The attitudes in North America are built strongly on the History of Race in the United States. And this is exactly where the greatest of mistakes are made. Pretty much every single North American I have met simply assumed that the Dutch went to the Cape of Good Hope to catch slaves. They’re not too sure when it happened, but it was “for slaves”. When they find out the Dutch settled the Cape of Good Hope within one generation of New York, they are generally dumbstruck. And there are many facts similar to this that completely take the ground out from under their “outrage”. When they find out that no Black people in South Africa were ever enslaved by any white men from anywhere, they start getting annoyed at whoever told them that junk. When they hear it is the Whites who have slave ancestors, not the Blacks, then their jaws hit the ground. Yet it is true.

Those who care about what is now happening in South Africa need a simple factsheet that they can give to interested people. So, I am sharing today with readers of this Blog that factsheet. I did a presentation at a conference in the United States in the past three weeks and the need for this Factsheet became very clear, and it may be found BELOW and elsewhere in DOWNLOADABLE FORM. These are the facts I presented at that conference, and the response was overwhelming. May I suggest that folks distribute this to those who have a sense of humanity, for matters are coming to a head rapidly in South Africa:

South Africa

The Drop Dead Important Historical Facts

■ When the Dutch settled the Cape of Good Hope in 1652, the nearest Black people were 700 miles away behind the 350 mm summer rainfall line with its higher rainfall and tall grass for cattle grazing. Their civilization was based on milk, and they invaded from the Northeast, supplanting the indigenous Khoi and San.

■ It took TWO generations (1702) before White met Black in South Africa, 500-600 miles east of Cape Town. It took FIVE generations (1780) before the first major armed clash at roughly the same spot: The Great Fish River.

■ No indigenous Black South African person was ever enslaved by any white man from anywhere. But, Nelson Mandela’s amaXhosa did enslave the amaFengu. Mozambique and Angola were the nearest places the Portuguese traded in slaves. The Portuguese slave routes bypassed the coast of South Africa.

■ It is the White South Africans, not the Black, whose ancestors were slaves of the Dutch. They were often Indian or Indonesian and sometimes Black East- or West African. This White author has a Black West African slave ancestor.

■ The indigenous Cape population were the Khoi and San. As a culture, they were almost completely destroyed by the great Smallpox Epidemic of 1713. Some groups far from Cape Town survived. The author also has Khoi ancestry.

■ Since 1814, the White Afrikaner has had no “right of return” to Europe, unlike the colonial Portuguese, British, or French. Today’s young Afrikaner’s great-great-great-great-great-grandfather was the last man with any right to a life elsewhere.

■ In 1836, wholly deserted by their British overlords, they packed their belongings on their ox-wagons and set off north at 15-20 miles a day on the Great Trek to escape British control. They settled mostly on the higher central Prairie, which was for the greatest part not occupied by any Black People. There they created two corn and ranching republics until diamonds and gold were discovered.

■ The Afrikaner was NOT part of Europe’s Late 1800s “Scramble for Africa”; they gave their lives fighting Imperial Britain’s Colonialist Expansion in two wars.

■ The Germans did NOT invent concentration camps. The British created concentration camps for Afrikaners during the Great Boer War of 1899-1902. Of the author’s Booyens family who entered those camps, 57% died there in 1901.

Vindicated

I shall report on the actual conference in a later post. All I wish to  say at this time, is that I feel vindicated in my belief in the basic decency and humanity of Americans and in my faith that Black Americans in particular, once they know what is really going on, will rise to the occasion and do the right thing with respect to South Africa.

I have lived the evidence. I wish readers could have seen the faces of a crowd of Americans when they realised that I, the white man from Africa, was the only African-American in the room and that their Black countrymen were really Black Americans; Americans who just so happen to be Black.

Furthermore, I shall go to my grave believing that the key to the future of South Africa is actually its truthful past; its very real and epic history. South Africa is where Mel Gibson should have gone to get his Braveheart movie story. There never was a need to invent history and add fictional trimmings. He could simply have based the movie on the factual history of South Africa in the 1830s and the real men who made that history.

Harry Booyens

 

Oops! He accidentally spoke the truth!

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— Julius Malema (below), the brazenly Anti-White Racist leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters Party in South Africa accidentally spoke the truth recently. He does not usually make that mistake. He can generally be relied on to lie like a rat about  pretty much anything he tries to address. The golden thread is always his weird idea that White people could only have been successful because they stole something from him. The matter usually centres rapidly on land, because he would like to drive white people out of South Africa to get the grass-roots black racist vote.

Folks not from South Africa should understand that he is a Pedi. That is a nation that lives in the far northern part of South Africa, many miles north of Pretoria near Pietersburg and Potgietersrust.

In reality, the White Afrikaners were living, farming and dying north of the Orange River in 1834, before anyone in Civilization even knew of the existence of Malema’s people far to the north. even today, their Sepedi language is the major language only in that particular patch of the country, as may be seen in the map below.

In view of this, it might be better if Malema just simply shut up until he did his homework. But, he is a classic rabble-rouser and is successful at rousing idiots who do not have the intellect to check anything or reason about anything. He simply gathers people who want what they see, and they are not always even sure WHY they want it, but if a White person has it, they somehow have to have it…. even if they have no clue what to do with it. So this is textbook brazen unadulterated Black Racism.

“We are all Makwere-kwere”

It is with some considerable glee that I’d like to thank him in this post for speaking the truth for once in his life. I’m pretty sure he did not mean to do it. I’m pretty sure he was just trying to rustle up a few more idiot followers from among the millions of Black immigrants to South Africa by setting them on White people. Nevertheless, he spoke the truth…. at least in part. And then lied about the Khoi and San people “welcoming” the Black invaders who actually murdered them like flies.

HERE is his profound mistake… the accidental truth.

Be assured, the Black people have always hunted the San Bushmen like wild animals. In Angola they did so even in 1974-5 when the Portuguese packed up and left. That is why the San sought shelter with the South African Army. You don’t have to believe me. Go ask the few scattered remnants of the Alpha group who used to be at Omega Base in the Caprivi strip in Namibia. That was where I originally personally met them.

Welcome Julius! Now hand over your property and leave

So, now that he has confessed that he has no more right in South Africa than any white person, I just want to say, “Welcome, Julius……. what does it feel like?

Please DO NOTE that I’d like to have your property expropriated without compensation because you have just confessed that you stole it from the people who originally lived in South Africa. Like you* I’m also “not calling for the slaughter of you and the other Makwere-kwere…..at least not yet.

How does THAT sit on your soul, Julius, ……. my friend? What does it feel like having your own hated words quoted at yourself?

Harry Booyens

* Malema infamously stated to a crowd that he was “not calling for the slaughter of Whites…. at least not yet.”

“South Africa” on WeThePeopleRadio

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—Erin Ryan and Bill Cundiff are a superb Northern Californian couple who present WethePeopleRadio every Sunday; a two hour slot on Radio in the United States.  They transmit from Redding, California. They address topical issues of concern to those who care about the future of the United States and who prefer their news to actually be news, as opposed to the endless bile and retracted statements from CNN and the like. Even my Democrat friends have had quite enough of the incessant hate being spewed by CNN. Erin is also a District Representative for a US Congressman.

Given that President Trump has already correctly described South africa as a very dangerous mess, it seemed appropriate to share the truth of the present South African hell for white folks with Americans on Radio.

And so it is that the couple interviewed the present author three Sundays in a row. The three interviews may be heard at the following three links:(click on the headings)

1. Sunday 27 May, 2018 (one hour)

— The emphasis was on the history of South Africa and the misconceptions that Americans in particular have on the subject of South Africa. Americans in general do not realise that (1) White folks have been in South Africa since 1652; that (2) the Black people at that point were 700 miles away; that (3) no White people from anywhere ever enslaved indigenous Black people in South Africa; and that (4) it is in fact the White people who have slave ancestors. These simple basic points are invariably a subject of amazement to Americans. The related misconceptions lie at the root of their attitude toward White people in South Africa. The uncanny parallels between the United States and South Africa were explored, as were some of the wrong parallels that have cuased much trouble.

2. Sunday 3 June, 2018 (two hours)

— The emphasis was on the the scourge of farm murders and associated torture and terror in South Africa. This author got the hosts to log onto various independent sites on the internet to see the facts for themselves. The listeners could do so as well. This served as backdrop to a discussion of State President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Land Expropriation without Compensation policy. The patent lies dished up to an indulgent West by the ANC government were discussed.

3. Sunday 10 June, 2018 (one hour)

— The emphasis was the infamous Black Economic Empowerment Act, which should more properly be named the White Economic Destruction Act. The author turns to articles in the Economist and open letters to Ministers by senior players in the South African business environment. The four phases of South Africa’s post-apartheid quarter century are discussed in terms Americans will relate to.

— Harry Booyens