Libtards accede to literacy via Steve Hofmeyr

Operation “Burn the CD” against Steve Hofmeyr is in full swing, according to informed sources. Skoppensboer has some friends in high places. Or maybe low ones. Afrikaners are not supposed to have any connections beyond the local barman or primary-school … Read the rest

Nadine Gordimer and kronor for our Red Terror

For a while now, I have been interested in the “Swedish connection”. The intriguing question for me is: What role did Nadine Gordimer play in securing the Swedish funding for the ANC and South African Communist Party? Without the Swedish … Read the rest

Mandela’s legacy: the Shell House massacre

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by Dan Roodt

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Twenty years ago, on 28 March 1994, the ANC’s militia massacred a crowd of protesting Zulus in downtown Johannesburg, using automatic weapons against men armed only with … Read the rest

A system that rewards confidence-gaming sociopaths

The eyes are telling
The eyes are telling

By Charles Hugh Smith.

What is the shelf life of a system that rewards confidence-gaming sociopaths rather than competence?

Let’s connect the dots of natural selection and the pathology of power.

In his 2012 book The … Read the rest

Boerehaat and South Africa’s Khmer Rouge 1

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Few outsiders understand the ethnic dynamics of South Africa. Foreign journalists come here and imagine that we are some kind of remake of the USA, transposing American ethnic categories (and Hollywood movies) onto us. Of course, … Read the rest

Mandela for Dummies

Winnie and Nelson Mandela, as well as Joe Slovo of the SACP, singing "Kill the whites"
Winnie and Nelson Mandela, as well as Joe Slovo of the SACP, singing “Kill the whites”

by Albert Brenner

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It simply boggles the mind having to witness people still prostrating themselves in the dust whenever … Read the rest

Mandela ‘started the revolution at Wits University’

Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, George Bizos and Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib
Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, George Bizos and Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib

At a ceremony held at the University of the Witwatersrand yesterday, the audience heard that “Madiba was a radical and revolutionary” who met his fellow revolutionaries such as communist leader … Read the rest

Boeremag show trial exposes South African legitimation crisis

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by Dan Roodt

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The exceedingly harsh sentences handed down by Judge Eben Jordaan in the Boeremag trial have had a mixed reception in South Africa. On the one hand, members … Read the rest

On the prejudices of ‘progressives’

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by Dan Roodt

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My first question upon reading this sorry little ego trip from a Daily Maverick columnist who obviously thinks she deserves the Nobel prize for literature in a … Read the rest

Bantu imperialism

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by Dan Roodt

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I was still pondering the implications of “black colonialism” as set out in a previous column when it struck me that some of South Africa’s ethnic categories … Read the rest

Joe Slovo and the roots of Afrikaner genocide


More and more, the term “genocide” is entering our everyday vocabulary. Many people, including columnists, have already explained that it is not the absolute number of people killed that defines a genocide, but the motives and … Read the rest

‘Racism’: South Africa’s biggest industry

delport_manfred_600by Manfred Delport

There is an email joke currently doing the rounds, which contains more than just a grain of truth. A black boy asks his mom: “Mommy, what is democracy?” His mother answers that democracy is something that allows

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