Anti-Afrikaner human rights violations in the spotlight

Human rights violations against Afrikaners are increasingly under the spotlight, as the Commonwealth Human Rights Unit has started to monitor the issue and an American expert on genocide, Dr. Gregory Stanton, has arrived in South Africa.

Speaking on the nation-wide … Read the rest

ANC Youth League help at Afrikaner old-age home

ANC Youth League members did volunteer work on Wednesday at a family welfare organisation in Khutsong on the West Rand run by an Afrikaner women’s body.

They did so as part of their 67-minute contribution to mark former president Nelson … Read the rest

The bullshit vilification of whites in South Africa

By Mike Smith

“Dog bites man” is not news, but “Man bites dog” is.

It also applies to spotting bullshit in the news. Stabbing someone to death is just not a white thing in South Africa. It is a black … Read the rest

Letter to Commonwealth on anti-Afrikaner human rights violations

From: Dan Roodt <dan@praag.org>
Date: 2012/6/22
Subject: Urgent: Human rights violations in South Africa
To: secretary-general@commonwealth.int

His Excellency Mr. Kamalesh Sharma
Secretary-General
Commonwealth of Nations
Marlborough House, Pall Mall,
London SW1Y 5HX, UK

Dear Sir,

I wish … Read the rest

Beaten Afrikaners becoming an international symbol

by Dan Roodt

Last week ANC leaders had another braai or luncheon with representatives of Afrikaans organisations. A few vacuous statements were made afterwards but as usual nothing really happened.

Why on earth does the ANC still talk to Afrikaners … Read the rest

PRAAG supports Dutch-Afrikaner cooperation in struggle for street names

PRAAG supports the call by the Dutch Freedom Party for Dutch and Afrikaner people to stand together in defending their shared cultural heritage as embodied in Pretoria’s street names.

Queen Wilhelmina is remembered for her courageous support for the Boers … Read the rest

Pat Buchanan and MSNBC’s pygmy

“The ideas he put forth aren’t really appropriate for national dialogue, much less the dialogue on MSNBC.” So decreed MSNBC president Phil Griffin about Patrick J. Buchanan’s grand historical synthesis, “Suicide of a Superpower: Will American Survive to 2025?” Mr. … Read the rest