12 January 2012 § Leave a Comment
Jan 12 2012 – Berlin, Germany. The German Magazine Nation24.de has dedicated its entire January 2012 issue to the plight of the Afrikaner people.
By Lars Seidensticker firstname.lastname@example.org
Nation24.de kicked off their series on the plight of the Afrikaners with a two-page article by Dr Dan Roodt of the pro-Afrikaans-action group (PRAAG); interviewed the pragmatic Dr Pieter Mulder of the Afrikaner Vryheidsfront ( he’s still South Africa’s deputy-agriculture minister in the Zuma-cabinet and in favour of Afrikaner autonomy as a board-member of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples’ Organisation (UNPO) ); he interviews Nick Zwart, a young Afrikaner security-expert who emigrated to Germany with his family because his children no longer are safe in the land of their birth. Also interviewed: the fierce Ms Andrea Badenhorst, a young Boer woman who is also in favour of nationhood-rights; also interviewed were members of the besieged Afrikaner farming community in the article ‘The Food-Supply room in the Clouds’. They also ran a two-page interview with Mr Willem Scheepers, who wants to launch a new Afrikaner Volks-State in the Northern Cape. He’s from Prieska but due to the black-economic-empowerment laws which bar even the most-skilled ‘whites’ from the South African labour market, is now forced to work for a company in Nigeria to support his family back home.
Two page article by Dr Dan Roodt:
INTERVIEW WITH DR PIETER MULDER OF FREEDOM FRONT PLUS:
THE PLIGHT OF THE AFRIKANER FARMING COMMUNITY: TWO-PAGE INTERVIEW WITH WILLEM SCHEEPERS – WHO WANTS AFRIKANER AUTONOMY IN THE NORTH-CAPE REGION
YOUNG AFRIKANER SECURITY-EXPERT NICK ZWART SAYS: OUR CHILDREN ARE NO LONGER SAFE… AND EMIGRATED TO GERMANY:
LARS SEIDENSTICKER OF THE CITIZENS-RIGHT MOVEMENT PRO-DEUTSCHLAND: ‘It is the duty of Europeans to help protect the Afrikaners and their European culture; to support their quest for an autonomic homeland and to also urgently help them in their present plight”
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