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JUNE 3, 2018

WE THE PEOPLE RADIO

WE THE PEOPLE RADIO
 

"The Real South Africa"

with Dr. Harry Booyens

 

About Dr. Harry booyens

Harry Booyens is an internationally recognized, multiple award winning PhD Defense & Aerospace physicist. Originally from South Africa, with a 360-year bloodline in that country, he lives with his family on the forested slopes outside Vancouver, Canada. His life as a scientist exposed him to many of the realities of the Cold War and the period immediately following the Fall of the Berlin Wall. It included interaction with the United States and British defense establishment. He applies his lifetime of research and interpretive skills to History and Genealogy, and writes with factual accuracy and engaging style on these subjects. Hard evidence is a trademark of his work and has won him a number of awards. He focuses on  making Americans aware of what is happening in South Africa, the historic parallels between the two countries, and the warning that South Africa holds for Western Civilization in general and the United States of America in particular.

His Book (details below): AmaBhulu - The Birth and Death of the Second America

His Blog (details below): https://hbooyens.wordpress.com/

His Website: www.cliffwoodfogge.com


As discussed on today's show:


Why do I focus on the United States?: https://hbooyens.wordpress.com/2018/03/30/why-the-united-states/ ( perhaps Americans should read that)

The Great Obama Reversal : LINK (my view over the Obama years.. I suspect you will enjoy it)

  “Dying for the Land”: https://hbooyens.wordpress.com/2018/05/27/dying-for-the-land/

  “Who stole the Land?”: https://hbooyens.wordpress.com/amabhulu-topics/south-africa-who-stole-the-land/


Radio/TV/Internet media:

With Dan Happel on 28 December 2017

Message to (then) President Elect Trump

With Dan Happel on 29 June 2017

With Dan Happel on 31 March 2016

With Northwest Liberty News on 2 March 2016

Interview on CCN with Karin Smith and Mel Ve

AmaBhulu - The Birth and Death of the Second America

 

The West has finally realized that “bringing Democracy” to the Middle East and Southwest Asia is not necessarily in the best interests of Western Civilization. Radical Islam is hijacking its plans and making a mockery of Democracy itself.

In South Africa, an earlier experiment in Bestowed Democracyis failing under a burden of abuse. Much taken with its own role in undoing apartheid a full generation earlier, the West prefers to look away. It appears to treat the plight of Western people in that country as a form of required penance. In the process, it indulges what is in effect a corrupt One-Party State Kleptocracy run along the Party Congress lines of its original mentor, the defunct Soviet Union.

AmaBhulu is a view of South Africa through eyes different from those employed in fifty years of media reporting, social science, and politics. The author walks the reader from the 1652 landing of the Dutch to the present by following his own family bloodlines as example through the documented history of the country, supported by copious evidence. As settlers, soldiers, slaves, and indigenes, they farm, they fight, they triumph, and they lose. They are mercilessly impaled and massacred by savage African tyrants. They are hanged and fusilladed by an imperial overlord, and herded into concentration camps. Yet, they persevere to create a key Western Christian country; the envy of all Africa and a Cold War bulwark of the West. Eventually it falls to the author to describe the loss of his country through forces beyond his control.


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AmaBhulu the Blog

AmaBhulu – The Birth and Death of the Second America was first published in November 2013 as an e-book, and is now also available in a 630 page B&W printed softcover edition. This work is a comprehensive study of the complete history of South Africa, but with the unique differentiation that it tracks a few real bloodlines through that entire history. AmaBhulu describes how real individuals of European and North American descent experienced that epic history on the ground. The reader is placed among these real people. The author is the first to point out that his family is in this respect “dreadfully typical” and completely representative. AmaBhulu is therefore not a family history, but a History of a Nation by way of a few example bloodlines who happened to have been at the key formative events in that history.

These bloodlines systematically converge and by the 1950s they lead to the author and his wife, proving the author’s natural DNA-based authority in writing on the subject. AmaBhulu thereby also differs from the library of books by British newspapermen talking either about or to Afrikaners who are then treated as “subjects”. In AmaBhulu the world may hear an ordinary Afrikaner—not a reporter beholden to his editor, politician beholden to his party, or government-paid political history professor beholden to his pay cheque—talking about his own people based on actual experience, backed by solid evidence. The author is beholden to no one and no thing; only to his conscience, to his ethics, and to his respect for evidence.

AmaBhulu provides more than 1280 notes in evidence and a massive 270 bibliographic entries in support of any points it makes. The evidence is often from 17th-19th century texts, communications, or diaries. In more recent cases, the evidence is provided from British Hansardrecords and recently cleared US State Department documents. The author even provides recent documented supporting evidence from the enemy he was opposing.

Join the author in the epic and painful story of the Afrikaner nation as it evolves at the southern tip of Africa to build the country that became to Africa what America was to the world in the 20th century. In one sense, it is the story of what would have happened to the United States if it had not gained independence in the 18th century.

In 1797 the British Royal Navy was concerned that South Africa would become a “Second America” and take India from them. AmaBhulu holds stern warning for the First America if it wishes to avoid the present sad fate of the Second America.

 

Max Margan, Daily Mail, March 23, 2018

 

White farmers in South Africa have the most dangerous job in the country, are twice as likely to be murdered than police and are killed at four times the rate of the wider community, a rights group claims

This week, as the government moves to seize all white-owned land without compensation, civil rights organisation AfriForum claimed there had been 109 attacks which left 15 white farm workers dead so far this year.

This follows 82 killings and 423 attacks in 2016, though none of the figures can be verified because the South African government has refused to release farm murder statistics since 2007.

Some of the killings are reported to have been barbaric, with farm owners tortured, raped, burned alive and slaughtered in front of their families.

Farm attack victims are usually restrained with shoe laces, telephone wires or electric cables, according to a previous AfriForum report.

Some have had their nails pulled out, had boiling water poured over their bodies and been beaten to death with makeshift weapons.

‘Some of the murders have been accompanied by gratuitous violence and torture that can only be explained as racial hatred,’ Australian National University international law expert Associate Professor Jolyon Ford told SBS.

In January this year, 86-year-old Piet Els and his partner Rikkie Alsemgeest were the alleged victims of a brutal attack which saw four black men storm their farm, beat them with steel pipes and burn them with an iron.

‘Piet, they burned on his back in three or four places and burned on the back of his leg. They stripped off his skin… I thought Piet was dead because he was lying on the floor.

‘They put a cloth in my face and tied me to the chair. They stripped off my top. I was naked. They put some tape over my face and eyes. They took my breast and twisted, humiliating me, not saying a word.’

This week, a 40-year-old farm manager was tied up and hacked to death by a group of attackers, according to local reports. His wife was said to have been raped.

Earlier this month, a woman was allegedly ‘repeatedly and violently’ sexually assaulted in front of her young son as five attackers stormed the family farm.

The group tied the family up in separate rooms and told the woman they would harm her husband if she didn’t comply, according to AfriForum.

The brother of another South African farm owner who witnessed his murder spoke to Australian activist Avi Yemini on Friday.

‘I could see the fear in his eyes before he was shot. Then I tried to convince myself that my brother was one of the lucky ones… His fear was only for a few minutes,’ he said.

‘There are people that are being tortured for nine hours and through the night.’

The South African government denies white people are deliberately targeted and says farm murders are part of South Africa’s wider violent crime problem.

Afriforum claims 156 commercial farmers are killed per 100,000 of the population, more than four times the wider murder rate of 34 per 100,000.

The group said it is forced to compile its own statistics because the government stopped releasing its own figures more than 10 years ago.

‘Although the South African government denies that a violence crisis is staring rural areas in the face, the numbers prove that excessive violence plague these areas,’ Ian Cameron, AfriForum’s head of security, said.

‘The government cannot deny the facts – our people are being mowed down… Our rural areas are trapped in a crime war.’

Ernst Roets, AfriForum’s vice president, said last year ‘political factors’ were fuelling the violent attacks.

‘We are concerned about hate speech, political leaders who… would say for example ”the white farmers should be blamed for everything”,’ he said.

The situation has worsened since the ruling African National Congress joined with the Economic Freedom Fighters party (EFF) earlier this month and announced a motion to confiscate white-owned land without compensation.

EFF leader Julius Malema, who was previously convicted of hate speech for singing the outlawed apartheid-era song ‘Shoot the Farmer,’ said two weeks ago: ‘We are starting with this whiteness. We are cutting the throat of whiteness.’

On Wednesday, he urged white South Africans to ‘go and live in a racist country like Australia’ in front of a cheering crowd during a Human Rights Day rally in Mpumalanga.

‘A racist country like Australia says, ”EFF wants to kill white farmers – they must come to Australia”. If they want to go, they must go. They must leave the keys of the tractors because we want to work the land.

‘They must leave the keys of the houses, because we want to live in those houses. They must leave everything that they did not come with to South Africa.’

He went on to say anyone who immigrated to South Africa from Australia must ‘leave quietly’ and added: ‘Don’t make a noise because you will irritate us.’

Australia’s Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton last week announced controversial plans to fast-track white South African farmers through Australia’s refugee program.

‘If you look at the footage and read the stories, you hear the accounts, it’s a horrific circumstance they face,’ Mr Dutton told the Daily Telegraph.

‘We have the potential to help some of these people that are being persecuted.’

Mr Dutton directed his department to explore whether the farmers can be accepted into Australia through refugee, humanitarian or other visas, including the in-country persecution visa category.

‘I do think on the information that I’ve seen, people do need help, and they need help from a civilised country like ours,’ Mr Dutton said.

Australian Greens leader Senator Di Natale said Mr Dutton was invoking the White Australia policy, questioning the difference between the white South African farmers and the 700,000 Rohingya people forced from their homes.

‘The difference is that they are white and that the other communities who are suffering — and we’re talking about an ethnic cleansing in Myanmar right now — that they’re not white,’ Senator Di Natale told Sky News.

Mr Dutton insists he is blind to skin colour and will continue to bring in migrants based on the national interest.

‘It concerns me that people are being persecuted at the moment — that’s the reality — the numbers of people dying or being savagely attacked in South Africa is a reality,’ he said.