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"The Real South Africa"

"This is what happens when you invite the rest of Africa to share the spoils"

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):

His Website:

Why do I focus on 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”:

  “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.

In 1797 the British Royal Navy feared South Africa would become a “Second America” for Britain, while, in the 20th century, the country was to Africa what the United States was to the world. AmaBhulu describes the developing crisis in the Second America that will inevitably entangle the First America. It is a study in the death of Civilization by its own collective hand; a severe warning for the West.

AmaBhulu should give pause to every thinking Westerner

On Amazon: 

The Book Outline:


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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.


Discussed on today's show:

"This is what happens when you invite the rest of Africa to share the spoils"

In South Africa, violence has erupted yet again, with crowds of very agitated Black men attacking fellow Black people from other African countries. Reaction from the home countries of those attacked in Johannesburg and Pretoria has been swift. Commercial outlets known to have South African ties have been attacked in Nigeria and Kenya. The African Union, effectively the “United Nations” of Africa, has condemned the events in South Africa and individuals from those other African countries are threatening to kill South Africans in their countries. To this mix has been added a video of a man being set alight by a crowd in South Africa. No one bothered to check whether it was at all related to the current events. In fact, it was an old video of a South African Black man being set alight by a South African mob. But, the Social Media being what it is, outraged Nigerians immediately threatened South Africans in their countries.

The upset South African Black people claim that a South African black taxi driver was killed in Pretoria by a Nigerian drug addict/peddler.

To this they soon added that the “foreigners” are “stealing their jobs”.

Some incidents around the issue:

  • South African police launch operation to verify foreigners in Pretoria
  • South Africa says arrests at 289, death toll stands at 5
  • Ghana confirms injury of three citizens, arrest of five others
  • Kenya says two of its citizens were killed
  • Nigerian Finance Minister slams South African counterpart
  • Air Tanzania suspends flights to South Africa
  • Nigerian Airline to airlift citizens back home for free
  • Local airline, Air Peace, offers free evacuation of Nigerians
  • Nigeria issues South Africa Travel Advisory
  • Botswana issues South Africa travel advisory
  • Reprisal attacks recorded in Lagos and Ibadan in Nigeria; South African shops looted.
  • President Abuja of Nigeria  issues statement calling for calm and restraint
  • Anti-South Africa protests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • MTN, a South African mobile phone company, shuts all its shops across Nigeria
  • Nigerian police beefs up security at SA-owned businesses
  • The South African embassy in Nigeria has been shut
  • The SA High Commission in Zambia has been shut; students torched a sign at its entrance
  • Zambia shuts three South African owned malls
  • Nigeria pulls out of World Economic Forum on Africa being held in Cape Town
  • Zambian football body cancels match with SA
  • Madagascar calls off friendly sporting match  with South Africa
  • Amnesty International says South Africa must do more to stop xenophobia 
  • The  Southern Africa Development Community, SADC has voiced condemnation


In this process the chattering classes and Liberal apologists quickly grabbed for the nearest intellectual crutch. They decided on “Xenophobia”.


Rather than finding a rug to sweep the issue under and calling it “Xenophobia”, the real question is why we have this eruption in South Africa and not, for example, in Nigeria. And, when all is said and done, why are these people so violent?


We shall be going back through the history of the country for a perspective on this.


Some links on the present situation: (handling looters in SA)


From a 2015 spate of the same behaviour:


Harry Booyens | Author | AmaBhulu
Blog: AmaBhulu




  • Views of the so-called “Foreigners”:

Clip 1: Car mechanic from Ghana laments that Black South Africans’ do not want to work up to 3:21

Clip 1B: Zimbabwean who came to South Africa in 1991 under white rule, talking to Deutsche Welle in 2014: up to 2:08

Clip 2:  Young woman from Burundi. Like from Equador to Texas (2015) up to 2:02


  • The view of the attackers:

Clip 3: In the attackers’ own words ( from Sky News 2015) up to 1.22


  • The view of the South African who wants all whites dead:

Clip 3B: Julius Malema : Black South Africans Worse off than under Apartheid to minute 1.16


  • Attitude of the South African Police:

Clip 4: Bongani Mkongi Deputy Minister of Police about “Foreigners” and “Whites” (2017): up to 1:25


Clip 5: Bheki Cele, Present South African Minister of Police and a Zulu talks to mob  up to 0:50 (listen to the Zulu mob respond as one man to a Zulu leader)


  • Where does this come from?: the 1980s

Clip 6: 1980-1990: 1040 were set alight by means various; 320 survived (roughly 1:3); 541 flaming tyre “necklacings”; 36 survived (1 in 15). The old SA Police arrived in time to stop some “necklacings”: But in the US Media, the Police were the Bad Guys. up to 3:40

Clip7: Winnie Mandela at Munsieville: With our necklaces we shall liberate this country, April 1986; Followed by Ronald Reagan up to 1:07


  • Where does this come from?: The Mfecane: 1816-1836