Violation of Human rights – B-BBEE and EE

The SA government, liberal parties and their supporters are quick to refer to events from the past, especially March 21, 1960 or even to apartheid, which were not created by our whites during 1960.    For information, during 1960 we in SA were all still under British government control and common wealth. Named the Union… Continue reading Violation of Human rights – B-BBEE and EE

Economy SA Ekonomie

In 1993 South Africans were the 64th richest citizens in the world (out of around 193 countries then) dropping to 88th out of 201 countries in 2000 and in 2020 still lower at 110th out of 212 countries. In a space of three decades South Africans have gone from being in the world richest third… Continue reading Economy SA Ekonomie

“Racial injustice”

  More than fifty years after the civil rights movement, there are still glaring racial inequities all across the United States. In Rich Thanks to Racism, Jim Freeman, one of the country's leading civil rights lawyers, explains why as he reveals the hidden strategy behind systemic racism. He details how the driving force behind the public… Continue reading “Racial injustice”

16 Junie / June 2021

Concentration camp day - any people, provided it is a people, has remembered days or specific moments of those days and what happened.   Even great moderate nations have their own remembering days. And coincidentally, June 16 and December are known dates to most of us and will always remain of those days to remember. Of… Continue reading 16 Junie / June 2021

Unesco, Human Rights, Racism and the Nuremberg Code

Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights ... Noting the United Nations International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 16 December 1966, the United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination of 21 December 1965. * Waarom bestaan daar… Continue reading Unesco, Human Rights, Racism and the Nuremberg Code

Self-determination for the oppressed people

  Under the international laws and international rights, all minority groups that qualify as “peoples” have the right to self-determination: the ability to freely determine their political fate and form a representative government.     Not documents what I have made up - links are there as well. *We as Boer,  Afrikaner and White people do… Continue reading Self-determination for the oppressed people

Racism and Discrimination South Africa

What is the ongoing situation since the early 1990's under the specific so-called "democratic constitution?   Discrimination and racism is part of this so-called democracy.   Expropriation of land and other properties, from white people, falls under Section 25, also discrimination.   Black Empowerment Legislations (B-BBEE and EE) are published in the Government Gazette and is praised by… Continue reading Racism and Discrimination South Africa

“Development of One Plans” – Ramaphosa

"ONE PLANS" - a. The development of One Plans ....    #bolshevism  - well planned before 2019 already. It was stated that the Democratic Alliance (DA) was in possession of what appears to be a government document that describes the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity for the “macro re-organisation of the state", and proposes to… Continue reading “Development of One Plans” – Ramaphosa

Discrimination and Racism – 21 March 2019

  At the United Nations:   Dismantle ‘Harmful and Specious’ Notion of Racial Superiority, Secretary-General Urges in Message on International Day against Discrimination.      21 March 2019.   The opposite is happening in South Africa today, where more than 100 legislations discriminated against the white minorities of South Africa since 1994 - even the so-called democratic… Continue reading Discrimination and Racism – 21 March 2019


B-BBEE IS LEGISLATION IT IS NOT ONLY A SIMPLE POLICY . . . . . The Commencement of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Act, 2013 (Act No. 46 of 2013). In terms of section 10 (2) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Act, 2013 (Act No. 46 of 2013), determined that the Act… Continue reading BLACK EMPOWERMENT SOUTH AFRICA

Front National – Zindzi Mandela

  THE FOLLOWING LETTER WAS SENT TO THE ROYAL PALACE IN COPENHAGEN THIS MORNING 18 June 2019 Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark Amalienborg Palace 1257 Copenhagen, Denmark Majesty, Social media statements by South African Ambassador No doubt by now Your Majesty have been informed of a social media uproar caused by the… Continue reading Front National – Zindzi Mandela

Blankes – beskerm julleself

  Blankes word opnuut gevra om by Burgerlike beskerming en ook buurt/plaaswagte groepe in omgewing wat betroubaar is, aan te sluit.  Stig jou eie as dit nodig is.  Word weerbaar.  Kom uit daardie gemaksone, oud en jonk.   Gaan vir opleiding en skerp eie veiligheid op, wees altyd oplettend en te alle tye paraat - of… Continue reading Blankes – beskerm julleself

Black racism at Johannesburg

  Rassisme loop hoog by universiteite om geletterd te word.   Obsessie oor blankes vergroot daagliks.    Daarom word die geleenthede vir blankes in die huidige omstandighede nog slegter.   Heelwat van ons jongmense wat baie graag verder wil studeer, nie geleentheid het om dit te doen nie.  Johannesburg universiteit het net nog 'n platform geword waar… Continue reading Black racism at Johannesburg

Hartseer drama op Vanderbijlpark

Tragic morning at #HoërskoolDriehoek . Condolences to 3 childrens families who passed away after bridge collapse, also those who are in critical condition. Gebede aan elke ouer wat 'n geliefde kind vandag verloor het en ook die ongeluk wat gebeur het.  Dis tragies en hartseer.  Sterkte aan die skool, julle gaan nog baie berading nodig… Continue reading Hartseer drama op Vanderbijlpark

Racism: Siyanda Dizzy Gumede (accident Vanderbijlpark)

Facebook user unleashes rage with comment on three dead Hoërskool Driehoek ‘white kids’ Facebook user Siyanda Dizzy Gumede may have gotten more of a response than he bargained for when he commented on a post on SABC News’ Facebook page this morning about the breaking news that at least three school pupils were killed in… Continue reading Racism: Siyanda Dizzy Gumede (accident Vanderbijlpark)

Racism and Discrimination

This resource is hosted by the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, but was compiled and authored by Padraig O’Malley. It is the product of almost two decades of research and includes analyses, chronologies, historical documents, and interviews from the apartheid and post-apartheid eras. Padraig O'Malley is John Joseph Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation, MCCormack… Continue reading Racism and Discrimination

Wie is rassiste? Who are racists?

Why did the media and social media only shared only the one photo of the Schweizer-Reneke School? They were well aware of all the other photos available but they preferred to ignore that in their articles.   The other photos were shared at a later stage for the obvious reason  :  racism and hate speech.   The… Continue reading Wie is rassiste? Who are racists?

Swart bemagtiging teenoor blankes (NAP)

Nasionale Aksie Plan - Duidelik kom die regering ook nie hul eie defnisies na oor diskriminasie en rassisme, of om dit te voorkom met hul wetgewing wat teen ons diskrimineer.  Swart bemagtiging (B-BBEE) is beslis rassisme en diskriminasie en dis verseker 'n skending van elke blanke se mensereg in Suid-Afrika.  Alle swart bemagtigingswetgewings is nog… Continue reading Swart bemagtiging teenoor blankes (NAP)

Nasionale Aksie Plan / National Action Plan

  Nasionale Aksie Plan teen Rassisme, Diskriminasie, Xenofobia en alle ander uitsprake National Action Plan to combat Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance - 2016 – 2021 25 Oct 2018 Deputy Minister John Jeffery to address workshop to table final Draft NAP Deputy Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development, John Jeffery will deliver the opening address… Continue reading Nasionale Aksie Plan / National Action Plan