Alex Newman about AmaBhulu

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In a United States based video interview on 24 October 2017 with journalist and author Alex Newman on the Conscious Consumer Network (CCN) channel, Newman (below) referred extensively to the book AmaBhulu.

Co-host Karin Smith eventually held up her copy of AmaBhulu and Newman lauded it as “an incredible book.” He made a point of referring to a unique aspect of the work, namely the way it interweaves the author’s own ancestors, and eventually the experiences of the author himself, through the formally documented history of South Africa. He also addressed the matter of how the book puts to bed the myths about South Africa:

It puts to bed so many of the myths that are fundamental to what happened and what is happening, and once those myths are destroyed, all of the pretext to what is happening disappears, and that is why I encourage.. [people].. to read that book to get familiar with the history.

Earlier in the interview, Newman stated:

… I learnt more in that book about South Africa than I learnt in everything else I read about South Africa combined…you know, it’s just that I cannot recommend that book highly enough.

As author, I am also very gratified to hear Alex Newman go on record stating that he values my opinion “very very highly.” I certainly do try very hard to back up every statement I make with documentary evidence and good argument.

In the interview they touch on two points I have also made, namely that South Africa is the “Canary in the Coal Mine” of the West, and that the forces that destroyed South Africa are doing their damnedest to take down America, and thereby the West. For example, the recent efforts at taking down statues in the United States is a direct carbon copy of what happened in South Africa and may be traced step-by-step to that country. What ails America today started in South Africa, as witnessed by ex President Obama’s infatuation with Mandela and his ANC.

Newman clearly accepts the author’s position that Afrikaners are the closest people on Earth to Americans; their “closest cousins“, more so than the British. That relationship should be no surprise, because one of my son’s earliest ancestors in South Africa was the first American immigrant to the country in 1667.

It is heartening to hear an American speak with so much appreciation for an effort that took me seven years of trawling archives in seven countries. I started the work during 2006 when I had finally reached my tolerance limit for rubbish comments and rubbish reports about a country and people I have loved with all my heart.

Referring to me and a position I have assumed as regards the future of the Afrikaner, Alex accepts my credentials as an Afrikaner who believes passionately in his own people. This I appreciate very much. He feels about his people the way I feel about mine. I respect that in a man.

The complete 24 October 2017 Conscious Consumer Network (CNN) interview by Mel Ve and Karin Smith with Alex Newman may be found HERE.

Harry Booyens

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CNN saved by Irma, … or not

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Over some months since the inauguration of President Trump I have commented on the vile nature of CNN’s news presentation. It descended into a miasma of anger, bile, hatred, fake news, personal attacks, and general plain rubbish worthy of the National Enquirer. In the process they completely lost any pretence to balance. I had never before seen such extreme slant and brazen hatred masquerading as reporting in my entire life. They made Russia’s RT channel sound entirely sensible and Al Jazeera distinctly preferable. It started to seem as though they got together every morning to decide how they could possibly be more vile toward their duly elected president. I eventually suggested they just put up a camera and vomit into it, because it would cost less money and would be less revolting to viewers than what they were doing. I refused to watch them any further and I am pretty sure millions of decent people in North America did the same.

When Kim Jong-un threatened the United States with a missile strike, CNN’s attention was diverted only slightly. It seemed that nothing in the field of real news or dire threat could move them from their devotion to wall-to-wall 24-hour Hate & Bile.

Then came Hurricane Harvey. CNN slapped their heads and hearts a few times, but returned to their standard fare of Hate & Bile. Over this period, some liberal  professor somewhere actually suggested that it was “instant karma” that Texas was struck by Harvey, because the state of Texas had voted for President Trump. His “humanity” is simply “overwhelming”.

Finally, it seemed that literally the heavens themselves decided the United States needed a third great message. And so it came to pass that a Category 5 hurricane by the name of Irma was sent spinning into the Caribbean from the Cape Verde Islands off Africa. It worked its wrath on the paradise islands of this unfortunate sea, and then, after corkscrewing along the north coast of Communist Cuba, it broke from that coast and set off northward for Florida.

And THIS… FINALLY…was when CNN was saved from itself by the circulatory wrath of the Earth’s atmosphere and its equatorial heat and humidity. It literally took a threat of a nuclear missile strike plus TWO extreme hurricane events to save them from themselves, because they finally reported real news for more than just a few minutes. It was possible to watch Chris Cuomo report actual news for a few hours rather than just belch bile as the ordinary decent folks of the United States suffered. My shock at CNN reporting actual news was greater than my shock at the sight of Hurricane Irma roaring through Naples and getting Chris Cuomo wet. As a scientist I knew what to expect from Irma, but CNN doing their job was a shock to the system. I do not believe for a minute that I was alone.

Ironically, this time the hurricane hit Tampa, which is where the “good professor” had been employed at the university. Not only had he duly been fired for his evil comment, but he hereby had been served his own suggested “instant karma”. One wonders whether he thought the hurricane strike on Florida was deserved. I ask, because Florida also voted for President Trump. Perhaps the professor does not realize that.

Perhaps I just don’t respect sociology as a subject. Or, perhaps it is just that I always thought universities were places where one might expect scientists rather than sociologists; particularly ones who tweet bile in between brainwashing impressionable students with fake science. Or maybe it is just that Karl Marx was a sociologist and I know the death and mayhem he caused. The Florida professor should rather just shut up and be thankful that his home was not at Cudjoe Key, where Irma first hit Florida.

Nevertheless, CNN has been almost tolerable for the last few days. Will this forced return to nominal reason survive yet a few more days? I do not know**, but I wish no more hurricanes upon the decent people of the United States. On the other hand, given the example of the professor, I should point out that there is a finite chance that a tornado might go through 190 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, the headquarters of CNN. The White House and Trump Tower in New York, by contrast, are both much less likely to be hit, given classic tornado touchdowns.

I just thought I should mention that. Not that I wish a tornado on anyone, but some reconsideration of the cultural attitude and incestuous groupthink within CNN is in order. They could try speaking to real people rather than their bile belching talking heads. By now it is likely to be a revelation to them.

Meanwhile, being decent neighbours of the United States, Canada has sent linemen to help restore power in Florida where more than seven million people lost power due to Irma.

I wonder if the professor knows how power gets to his home?

**: This article was written on Wednesday 13 September 2017. By Friday 15 September, CNN was back to trashing their president, and Kim Jong-un had fired another missle over Japan.

Harry Booyens

From Angola to 9/11

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Sixteen years after the defining event of 9/11 we are approaching the point where a  generation of young people born at the time is becoming aware of their place in the world. It is time to look at the history behind the terrible events and make sure the same mistakes are never repeated.  This is particularly true in a time when the United States is facing threats of the nature of Iran, ISIS, and North Korea.

In mid-1975 a C-141 Starlifter jet departed Charleston, South Carolina into a murky international picture. Twenty-six years later four fuel laden airliners emerged from that same picture and killed almost 3,000 innocent Americans. The painful story connecting the events may be read HERE in detail. Americans in particular really should read it.

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Back in 1975, the United States was about to be tested in Angola in faraway Africa, and it would fail that test comprehensively due to decisions made by the 1975 US Congress. President Carter would subsequently be repeatedly tested by the consequences and would equally repeatedly fail. To quote Soviet UN Ambassador Dobrynin,

Having suffered no major international complications from its interference in Angola, Moscow had no scruples about escalating its activities in other countries, first Ethiopia, then Yemen, a number of African and Middle Eastern states, and then, to crown it all, Afghanistan.

And there we have it straight from the horse’s mouth. It all started with Angola in 1975. Along the way, it also ultimately resulted in an advanced Western country like South Africa being today little more than just another classic African Basket Case and Hell Hole.

As a natural product of the Soviet-made and US-neglected upheavals in first Angola, and then the Horn of Africa and Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan took note of Bill Clinton’s perfunctory response to the embassy bombings of 1998. Then came the bombing of the USS Cole on 12 October 2000 in the harbor of Aden, Yemen (See Dobrynin’s List quoted above). Incredibly, it elicited zero response from the United States. With this calibration regarding the will of the United States, Osama bin Laden set in motion his plans for the 9/11 attacks.9-11b

Perhaps the surviving members of the 1975 US Congress can explain their thinking to the rest of us and to the loved ones of those who died. Perhaps President Trump can also take note, because this is a vivid explanation of how failure to act will come back to haunt one’s children.

America is a great nation, whether it wants to be or not. It has the strongest military and strongest economy in the history of the planet Earth. It is the international policeman, whether it wants to be or not. It needs to develop the perspective of a great nation.

To quote an honorable man in trying times on the subject of the US congressional failure in Angola,

A great nation cannot escape its responsibilities. Responsibilities abandoned today will return as more acute crises tomorrow.

Gerald Ford, President of the United States (1975)

He was right;…. painfully right. The abandoned responsibility eventually returned in the form of 9/11. Read the more comprehensive Blog page HERE.

The above series of events may be studied in more detail in the book AmaBhulu, which also provides all of the required references for all facts stated.

Harry Booyens

‘America must Fall’

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The Canary in the Coal Mine

— The book AmaBhulu is a study in the systematic destruction of a civilized country and the tearing asunder of Western Civilization. The country in question is South Africa, also known as “The Second America”, so named by a Royal Navy admiral in 1797. The book takes the reader from the founding of the country to the threshold of collapse today. In it, I state that South Africa is the canary in the coal mine of the West.

The more I watch the news from the United States in recent times, the more it turns into South Africa. The more I watch the Democratic Party in the USA, the more it turns into the ANC party, the corrupt government in power in South Africa. The degree to which the USA is following in the footsteps of South Africa is now bordering on the tiresome.

Recently, I was asked by some folks in the United States what my thoughts were on the events around Charlottesville, statue removals, and the like. The answer is simple, but goes further than just those two events.

Making the country ungovernable

The screaming, swearing, violent Antifa crowds in the United States have learnt well from the ANC in South Africa. The ANC swore they would make South Africa ungovernable, and they did. It led to the tearing down of South Africa and to the country being ostracized from the world in 1986. In South Africa, the ANC used a collection of front organizations and operated a military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe, to commit terrorism. Their leadership was Communist and still is.

The Democrats are similarly trying to make the USA ungovernable. They are using their “military wing”—Antifa (below), Black Lives Matter, and a bevy of worse miscreants, armed with pipes, clubs, and bottles of urine—to do the dirty work while they sit and pretend to work for the nation. If Americans do not believe that operatives of the Democratic Party are in communication with these organizations, whether directly or otherwise, they are worse than naive.

In Congress, the Democrats do zero useful except oppose every breath of the president. It is 100% resistance on every level, in every aspect, on every forum, in every debate, in any dimension of life…and to hell with their country, it simply does not count. Destroying the president trumps all for them (no pun intended). They have ceased to represent anyone but, in fact, Black Lives Matter and Antifa. I trust the American voters are watching this. Any Democrat still thinking his is the “Party of Kennedy” is haplessly deluded. My message to him is, consider yourself hijacked. It is time to think for yourself, my friend. I have sympathy for you because that can be tough to do.

I have one question for Americans. What on Earth makes you think that the kind of national destruction that happens elsewhere in the world, such as South Africa, will not happen to you? The last ten months in America have proved that you are ripe for it; practically begging for it. And your media, such as CNN and MSNBC are promoting it by giving people like Antifa and Black Lives Matter exposure. It is time that those two media outlets are seen for exactly what they are, promoters of the destruction of the very idea that is the United States.

In their unbridled hatred of president Trump, those channels have become completely blind to their own excesses. It is not just total power that corrupts, total hate also corrupts totally. Both those channels are the living testimony to that fact. The bile they transmit in the name of news is shocking. I have suggested to some American friends that CNN should simply put up a live camera and throw up into it. It would be less trouble, less costly, and be less repulsive. What they transmit is worse than vomit.

The Blame Game

In South Africa, president Zuma himself has suggested that all the problems of South Africa started with the arrival of white people in 1652. Of course, that was before his own Zulu nation even existed in the far east of the country and before the Zulu proceeded in the early 1800s to murder out other nations in the Mfecane, the Crushing. He has made a practice—even a principle—of inciting black people against white people. As a result, more than 3,000 white farmers have been killed, often tortured to death. Meanwhile he loots the country to the shrill ululating of his endless female supporters while he sets the men on the white folks.

In the United States, specifically over the eight years of Obama’s reign, he presided over a process in which white men in particular became political targets. It culminated in open warfare on Police, and the brazen assassination of innocent policemen for which he must shoulder the responsibility. It was he who had heaped the blame on them. It is his Justice Department that had singled them out for persecution. By the time of the Ferguson events (below), the US streets had started looking like South Africa 1986. The only difference is that American audiences were shown South Africa in Black & White video. Americans saw Ferguson in color; otherwise the picture below could have been taken in Soweto outside Johannesburg in 1986.

It was only in Obama’s America that a character like Rachel Dolezal could conceivably emerge; the ultimate example of a white woman with a loathing of all things White and a delusion of being Black.

America must Fall

In March 2015 Black students at University of Cape Town in South Africa started demanding that the statue of arch-Colonialist Cecil John Rhodes be taken down; the so-called Rhodes must Fall drive. They threw human excrement at the statue; always a sign of civilization (end of sarcasm). Various ape species actually do that. This escalated to attacks around the country on statues of anything that looked like a white man. Even the memorial to the horses of the Boer War (below) was attacked and the bronze British soldier watering the horse ripped off the plinth. Heaven knows, I have every reason to hate the British Empire, but why assault a memorial to a horse?

The date was 6 April 2015. Three-hundred-and-sixty-three years before, to the day, the Dutch landed at the Cape of Good Hope. The implication was obvious: anti-white hatred.

By early 2016 this rubbish had spread to Oxford University in Britain at the hand of a Black South African student who thought it more important to attack his host country’s statues than to study. Learning seems unimportant to his culture. Whoever sponsored him should take note.

The Black Student Union at Berkeley in the United States took note and posted their support in 2015.  Soon after, someone sprayed “Black Lives Matter” on the statue of Confederate hero, General Robert E. Lee, in Charlottesville, Virginia.  I have presented lectures at University of Virginia in that town and it is also the alma mater of my mentor. In February 2017, the city council voted to remove the statue, sparking the protest march by people on the Far Right of the spectrum in the last two weeks. And yes, president Trump was quite correct; there was violence on both sides.

In Durham, North Carolina, always a hotbed of matters race, students attacked another Confederate statue, tearing it down (below).  Today they will tear down Robert E. Lee, perhaps tomorrow Thomas Jefferson, next week Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington, and then every statue of anyone who looks Caucasian, just as in South Africa. Welcome to “America must Fall”.

Who exactly is paying for their education? I ask, because in South Africa the anti-statue effort was immediately followed by “#FeesMustFall; a demand by students for free education and a permanent home at university where they can vandalize more things while they do not study.

I have to ask why exactly young Americans are fighting ISIS and the Taliban if they are trying so hard to be like them? Antifa dresses in black like ISIS. When the statues are all gone, are they going to pretend the Civil War did not happen? Are they going to pretend their great-great-grandfathers were not slaves or did not own slaves. And what will the black students do when they find out their own great-great-grandfathers were slave-owners? Then again, we probably should not let reality intrude. Just simply leave it to white people like myself to acknowledge that I have several slaves among my own ancestors, while Mandela and Obama had none.

Do the white students among the rioters truly think spitting on the statues of Confederate soldiers will stop the “America must Fall” effort when it rolls over them? What do they think happened to the deluded young white students who supported the ANC in South Africa in the late 1900s?

Obama’s real legacy

Obama created the climate and circumstance that made these people believe that all this behaviour is appropriate. He made them believe that it is laudable. And he took his guidance very vividly from Nelson Mandela in South Africa, whom he admires. He made these people believe that they had somehow won some sort of war and it was their right to stomp all over the “defeated”, much as the ANC is doing in South Africa. He seemed to studiously learn all the lessons of Black Racism in Africa.

Sometime or other Americans are going to finally understand that Obama was not trying to turn Kenya into America;  he was trying to turn America into Kenya, driven by a memory of his father and British Colonial history in Kenya.  When Obama in that video, shot on his visit to Kenya (below), says his grandfather was detained for his links to a “group that opposed British rule”, one needs to understand he is referring to the savage, bloodthirsty “Mau-Mau. And ignorant little White girlie students at American universities are going to cry in his memory while they hide in their “safe spaces”, cursing at the world, spewing bile at their properly elected president, and crampedly clinging to their morning after” pills, courtesy Obama. This is what he has reduced you to. Be thankful, at least your daughters are  not yet ululating. You’ll know you have lost when that starts…

Maybe Republicans will finally wake up one morning and realise that Obama’s legacy is not really the Affordable Care Act; it is Antifa, Black Lives Matter, a completely politicized FBI, a demoralised police force, a torn down military, a Christianity under threat, a Navy that has crashed four of its own ships so far this year, fighter jets that cannot fly, and a whole body of youth out of touch with reality. And mommy and daddy will have to yank those overgrown babies out of their safe spaces, and force on them the realities of life; that is, if mommy and daddy even know where their kids are.

SO, dear America

If you want to know what’s next, buy an air ticket to South Africa and go and look. It is coming soon to a city near you. Enjoy! Unless, of course, president Trump would like to stop this process at its source, which is South Africa and its ANC inspired anti-white racist culture. That place styles itself the World Headquarters of Everything Anti-White.

If you want to stop the America must Fall effort and not just play Whack-a-mole, then you want to investigate it at its source, the ANC in South Africa. After all, that is from whom Obama drew his inspiration. He, not Donald Trump, inspired what the United States is suffering now. President Trump is merely a useful target for “America must Fall” to rally around.

South Africa held so much promise that many around the world saw it as a potential shining example of what might be. Now it is a hell hole. The United States has actually been the shining example of what might be, and it has been sliding rapidly. Concerned Americans need to understand that there are millions in their country who wish the United States to emulate South Africa’s institutionalized anti-Caucasian culture. It is time Americans understood where they are headed.

And, as I prepared to save this text for publication, a note reached me that Antifa was chanting No Trump! No Wall! No USA at all!. Clearly, “America must Fall” is in the offing.

Harry Booyens

Proper and Improper Parallels between the USA and South Africa

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On Thursday 29 June 2017, Dan Happel, host of the Internet Radio programme Connecting the Dots, interviewed Harry Booyens, author of AmaBhulu. The subject was “proper and improper parallels between the USA and South Africa”, and what the United States could learn from South Africa.

The  discussion touched on the remarkably similar histories of the two countries and their common origins; both started by the Dutch, both taken by the British, both fighting for their independence, both winning their first wars against Britain. In fact, South africa has been described as The Second America, a concept incorporated in the subtitle of the book AmaBhulu. The interview went on to look at parallels between the two countries in order to better clarify the damaging improper parallels that have been drawn between the two countries since around 1966, starting with the visit of the late Senator Robert Kennedy’s to South Africa.

The profound difference between the terms “African American” and “Black American” were discussed, along with the resulting implications that the USA is only now starting to appreciate after the departure of Barack Obama, an actual African American, from the White House.

While the American experience of Black/White relations may well be that of a Master and a Slave whose original culture had been forcibly removed, the South African experience is one of Clashing Civilisations. Unlike Black Americans, Black people in South Africa have no confusion about the culture and origins of their ancestors. When Americans, against this background, project their experience onto South Africa, they make serious errors of interpretation, analysis, and judgment.

The conversation went on to discuss the hopes for both countries centered on the new American President, Mr. Donald Trump.

The entire radio interview may be heard and downloaded HERE.