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‘Revisiting Apartheid and Why It Worked’

Durban Civic Square/Stadsplein, South Africa

South Africa is heading for civil war, can this be solved? Or did South Africa previously live the solution under Apartheid?

Tensions in South Africa are heating up with the land expropriation of White farmers from the South African Government. Not to mention the calls by Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), who chants for the murder of the Boers to his followers (and future militia if he gets his way). This is inevitably going to lead to a racially based civil war, which is deliberately being called a ‘conspiracy theory’ by the mainstream media after President Trump highlighted the situation on his Twitter.

Throughout the South African History, it is important to understand that the first European settlers who arrived were part of the Dutch East Company in the 1600s. These were the settlers that became the Boers or commonly known today as the (collective) Afrikaner population. It was in fact the Zulu population who migrated down to South Africa much later and it might interest some readers that many other Black Africans migrated down to South Africa during the era of apartheid (Reed, 2013).

Apartheid Map of South Africa
Apartheid Map of South Africa

Nowadays the claim in the mainstream media is that when Whites arrived in South Africa, they stole the land while simultaneously raping and killing Black Africans. On top of that, they’re saying that Apartheid was enforced in 1948 as a way for Whites to show their superiority over Blacks.


However, that is another lie created by the mainstream media. Apartheid simply meant that Whites and Blacks would live separately. It also wasn’t just a divide between Blacks and Whites, there were different areas for different groups of people. There were areas where the British would reside, the Afrikaaners, the Zulus, the Xhosa and many more of the African tribes. Each group of people had an area to themselves.

In the White areas, the society managed to function to a cohesive standard. As an effect, White South Africans enjoyed a peaceful life without the need to live in gated communities, barring their windows and without having to be afraid to leave the house to run a simple errand.

Furthermore, if one compares the Apartheid era to modern South Africa, companies could hire who they wanted without the enforced ‘Affirmative Action’ that was implemented to disadvantage the Whites after the African National Congress rose to power. In fact, Black people did come to work in the White areas of South Africa. Leading to more employment in the Apartheid era than there is at present in South Africa.

However, it all began to change after Apartheid finished and Nelson Mandela came to power. Nelson Mandela was a communist who was sentenced to prison in South Africa as a result of his terrorist activities against Whites and (even) Blacks who were supportive of the Apartheid government.

The globalist, left-wing media painting Nelson Mandela as a national hero and saint and providing the necessary support by demonising Apartheid eventually lead to the end of Apartheid.

This video shows what South Africa looked like under the Apartheid era:

Present South Africa

Fast forwarding almost 30 years, following the slow process of Marxist indoctrination into the South African education system, its becoming more and more evident that its leading to the destruction of Afrikaner culture.

Nowadays White farmers in South Africa live in fear for their lives with farm murder becoming more prevalent and brutal by the day. Daily reports of EFF supporters ‘occupying’ land, using makeshift shacks and tents, also become from prevalent. Displaying how willing and ready they are to start fighting and violently ‘taking back’ they believe it’s theirs.

However it is these brutal killings and daily land occupations that seem to be getting ignored and called a ‘conspiracy theories’ by rich, White liberals throughout the Western world and even in South Africa (primarily in Cape Town and Pretoria).

Afrikaner refugees

Ideally, I wish European countries would open up their borders to White South African refugees who do wish to seek asylum. On top of that, I believe that they will be a good contribution to Europe as a whole, especially with our declining White demographics. However, we’ve shut our doors to them. They have also been rejected asylum in Canada and New Zealand.

The White Afrikaners who did manage to escape to Europe, aren’t treated like the other non-White refugees. The Swedish Alternative News journalist Ingrid Carlqvist mentioned on her recent interview with Lana Lokteff, on Radio3Fourteen, that a White South African and his family, who previously fled to Sweden, are facing deportation, because they are not earning enough money. They have requested asylum, however the Swedish government deems South Africa a ‘safe’ country for them.

Russia did take in several Afrikaners, however at a financial cost. They said: “Stavropol has a great climate for farming and each family is said to be willing to bring at least R1.4 million ($100,000) with them to lease land in Russia and kick-start their farming efforts”. For many White South Africans this option is simply off the table.

Current situation

One can see the situation in South Africa deteriorate and it will inevitably lead up to the collapse of the state, especially now it’s officially in a recession. This doesn’t mean that all White Afrikaners want to leave though, as many of them do share a deep connection to their land and would be more than willing to die for it.

Some ‘safe havens’ have been created to protect themselves. One of them called Orania, which is not perfect but it does clearly demonstrate the Afrikaner’s strength, ingenuity and courage to fight for their own survival. Ideally, of course, they’d have a plot of the land in South Africa on which they can govern themselves and live safely on the land that they dearly love.

To conclude: even though Apartheid wasn’t economically viable, history has clearly proven that the separation of groups in South Africa worked and can work in the future.

Voortrekker Monument, a homage to the Boer people who have throughout history fought for the freedom of their people.

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