I am a white born-free. I was born in the year 1995 into a post-apartheid, democratic South Africa – the “Rainbow Nation” as Archbishop Tutu affectionately named us.
I am a “Millennial” or “Generation Y” as Time magazine likes to … Read the rest
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union without it waging a nuclear war, the United States of America became the world’s sole hyperpower.
During the 1990s a powerless Russia was ruled by US-serving oligarchs, denying Russia the opportunity to ever … Read the rest
Professor Wim de Villiers
University of Stellenbosch
Private Bag X1
Dear Dr de Villiers
I am an old Matie who was taught by your father Sakereg (Law of Property) and Romeinse reg (Roman Law) in the late … Read the rest
A new world order of warrior earth-mothers?
Imperator Furiosa, Charlize Theron is the “strong woman” figure in the latest Mad Max reboot. Mad Max, Fury Road opened to a box office success, and is undeniably a feat of technical and … Read the rest
What is the real reason you were suddenly suspended from UKIP?
I was suspended from UKIP simply because I refused to toe the party line when it came to discussing the genocide of the Western European people and minority South … Read the rest
In this interview conducted with Jack Sen, the suspended UKIP candidate for West Lancashire, he speaks freely of his opposition to third-world immigration to Britain, the disastrous effects of cultural Marxism on the West and his sympathy for white or … Read the rest
Dear Dan Roodt,
I am a Canadian who married a Boere Meisie. I have three Afrikaans-speaking children. I read your Volkstaat article from 2010: “Volkstaat is inevitable (sorry to the naysayers)”.
The gap that the White South Africans live in … Read the rest
Has Danny Cohen finally got his man? BBC television chief Cohen appears determined to go down in history as The Man Who Sacked Jeremy Clarkson.
If he succeeds he’ll be the toast of fashionable Shoreditch salons, a folk hero to … Read the rest
After President Jacob Zuma’s idiotic statement that all the problems in South Africa started with the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck in 1652, we have been noticing quite a number of Jan van Riebeeck profile pictures, cartoons and T-shirts on … Read the rest
UK Prime Minister David Cameron certainly loves war.
But events in Iran, Libya, Syria and now Ukraine, show that war does not love Cameron back, making him look rather like a dull schoolyard bully, oblivious to how he has actively … Read the rest
Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense says that in the latest mobilization, only 20% of those called up for service reported for duty. The Ukranians are not ready for the Neocon war effort, it seems.
But in the last 15 years Anglo-American … Read the rest