De Klerk and cabinet: 2 Februarie 1990

Algehele mag en beheer was eenvoudig oorhandig vir die rewolusie om alles, veral infrastrukture, munisipaal sowel provinsiaal (hospitale) asook besighede te verwoes.    Hoe kon daar 'n grondwet beding gewees het wat alle blankes se menseregte vernietig en geskend het. .   Die grondwet was in belang van Kodesagangers, Dakargangers en hulself beding.  Dit wat De… Continue reading De Klerk and cabinet: 2 Februarie 1990

Lawyers against so-called “apartheid”

  Regspersone het 'n geveg begin in ongeveer 1986, oor die sogenaamde apartheid wat die Britte in die jare 1840's in die koloniale gebiede in suidelike Afrika ingestel het, maar ons geslagte na 1961 en veral Dr H Verwoerd, word vir al hierdie sogenaamde apartheid of segregasie, die reservate, kroongebiede en wetgewing geblameer wat in… Continue reading Lawyers against so-called “apartheid”

Dr Hendrik Verwoerd (1901-1966)

Before 1970.   Dr Verwoerd wanted justice to all - black, coloureds, asian and white, all ethnic groups of people to build their own future, life, culture, language, traditions, and all new challenges thereafter.   In line with international laws.    Here are the few videos of Dr Hendrik Verwoerd.   There are still segregation in South Africa… Continue reading Dr Hendrik Verwoerd (1901-1966)

Shepstone – Natal, roots of segregation

All our ancestors lived under the British empire and their colonial control - various African countries as well as Canada and Australia.    It was first in the Cape colony followed by the Anglo Boer wars and annexations.  Mostly they were only focused on the minerals in certain areas like Witwatersrand and Kimberley.    In… Continue reading Shepstone – Natal, roots of segregation

British Empire and their colonial rules/flags

This is the apartheid flag - where it started, long before 1900 - segregation started with the British empire under their control and flag.   Dis waar apartheid begin het, by die Britse ryk onder hulle Vlag. (vlae - let wel, daar is meer as een vlag) The Flag of the British South Africa Company was the… Continue reading British Empire and their colonial rules/flags