Ethnic-cleansing of Afrikaner Boer Christians in South Africa

The disappearance of Afrikaner Boer Christians in South Africa


23 March 2015 – The spokesman for the last Afrikaner president FW de Klerk warns:

"The Afrikaner heritage is viewed as a ‘source of deep embarrassment which must be eliminated’.

Summary of statement by Dave Steward, of the FW de Klerk Foundation
23 March 2015:

“The traditional Afrikaans-Christiaan character of Potchefstroom and Stellenbosch university’s campuses are plowed under by forced "Africanisation" under the black-ruled regime of South Africa. Historically, Potchefstroom was undisputably an Afrikaans university. Yet, a deadly struggle is under way at the Potchefstroom campus to save its Afrikaans character.’ 

"Although Potchefstroom’s new vice-chancellor Prof Dan Kgwadi claims that he ‘is a friend of Afrikaans’ (*the language), his determination to bring all three campuses – Mafikeng, Vaal Triangle and Potchefstroom –  into line with the racial demographics of South Africa, will cause the death of the Afrikaans character at Potchefstroom’.

"Current developments on the campuses of NWU, Stellenbosch and UCT are raising core questions, not only about the future of our universities, but also about the nature of our multicultural society. The question is whether there should be space for cultural, linguistic and intellectual diversity – and the free academic institutions on which such diversity depends – or whether we must all conform to the ANC’s racial ideology of demographic representivity?
     "There is a deadly struggle under way at North-West University to determine whether its Potchefstroom campus will retain its unique Afrikaans character as a semi-autonomous unit of the university. NWU’s new Vice-Chancellor, Prof Dan Kgwadi, insists on introducing a unitary system on the university’s three campuses – Potchefstroom, Mafikeng and Vaal Triangle -  and in appointing single deans to run faculty affairs on all three campuses.  Prof Kgwadi is determined progressively to bring the student bodies and faculties of all three campuses more closely into line with the (racial) demographics nationwide.
Although he claims that he is "a friend of Afrikaans", his approach would inevitably lead to the demise of the Afrikaans character of the Potchefstroom campus -   and in all likelihood to the loss of many Afrikaans-speaking students and faculty.  "At Stellenbosch University there has been intense debate on the need to remove the names of DF Malan, HF Verwoerd and BJ Vorster from university buildings and institutions.  "There is little disagreement that they all implemented unacceptable policies that make the retention of their names extremely distasteful for multi-racial students and faculty in 2015.On the other hand, there is a view that historical figures should be judged within the context of their times. Few historical heroes would survive scrutiny if subjected to current norms:  Napoleon would be viewed as a mass murderer; Churchill as an unreconstructed imperialist and our own (Zulu) King Shaka as a ruthless despot…  (although nobody is suggesting that Durban’s international airport should no longer be named after him). Skeptics also warn against the danger of political correctness and double standards. There is no similar debate at the University of the Free State demanding that Bram Fischer’s name should be dropped from university buildings – even though he was a Stalinist
who would have imposed a far more repressive system on South Africa than anything that (assassinated prime-minister Dr Hendrik ) Verwoerd ever contemplated. There is a view that historical names should be retained, not as a mark of approval, but because they are inextricably part of our history.
"History should not be a popularity contest:  it should tell us where we have come from – and enable us to learn from the experiences of previous generations. The implications of the Stellenbosch debate go much further than the retention of the names of previous Afrikaner leaders. For most of its existence Stellenbosch University was undisputedly an Afrikaner institution. It was the spiritual and intellectual heartland of the Afrikaner people – where generations of young Afrikaners developed their own unique traditions and intellectual identity.  Now, 21 years after (*the official end of apartheid in) 1994, the university’s residual Afrikaner heritage is viewed by many as a source of deep embarrassment.  Efforts are under way to eliminate it as rapidly as alumni donors will allow. The goal is to move as unobtrusively as possible toward greater demographic representivity – in expiation of the guilt still felt by many well-intentioned white Afrikaans-speakers – and in compliance with the increasingly insistent demands of the ANC government. That is why the names of Malan, Verwoerd and Vorster are being removed from university buildings.
"However, it is not only the cultural identity of Stellenbosch University that is being challenged. Students at UCT are demanding that the statue of Cecil Rhodes should be removed because of its unacceptable association with "colonialism". Rhodes was a deeply flawed politician – and there is no doubt that he was a colonialist. However, he did donate the land on which UCT was built – and was responsible for instituting Rhodes scholarships.  For better or worse he had an enormous impact on the history of southern Africa.

Rhodes statue:
"The protests against Rhodes are, however, only a salvo in a broader battle for the radical transformation of the university and the replacement of what is regarded as its excessively "white, Eurocentric ethos. " The University of Cape Town’s ethos is, however, not just about the remnants of its colonial origins: it centers on the pursuit of academic excellence – in which race plays absolutely no role. It is committed to achieving the highest standards within an environment of untrammeled academic freedom. These values have enabled UCT to become the most highly rated university in Africa and one of the top 125 universities in the world. Now it is being confronted, once again, by a government and protesters who view its culture as inappropriate and insist that race should be the primary consideration in the appointment of faculty, the admission of students and the determination of the university’s culture.
–  It is quite understandable that black students, who now comprise a 60% majority at UCT, should want the university to reflect (only) their values and culture.

Don’t English-speaking and Afrikaans-speaking minority-students also have rights under the Constitution?

— However, do the white English-speaking students – who used to predominate on the UCT campus – and the Afrikaans-speaking students at Stellenbosch and Potchefstroom not also have a right to study in a non-racial environment that accommodates their cultures, their values and their heroes? In our multicultural society, is it expected that minorities must conform with the values and language and cultural preferences of the majority wherever they might find themselves? Should there not be space for universities that cater on a non-racial basis to the special cultural and language needs of minorities – as there are in other multicultural societies?
— " Is there not a place for universities like UCT that, in their pursuit of academic excellence, focus on merit rather than race? Demographic representivity will inevitably result in the imposition of what the (ruling African National Congress party), the ANC calls ‘(*black) African hegemony’ in all our universities.  It will negate the constitutional right to education in the language of one’s choice – and, because faculty will be appointed on the basis of race rather than merit, will in all likelihood have a very negative impact on academic standards.  "Our Constitution recognises our right to academic freedom; to use our cultures and languages and to receive education in the language of our choice. We should insist on these rights with all the vigor with which liberal universities defended academic freedom and non-racialism under apartheid."

The history of Potchefstroom University:

  • founded in the Boer Republic of the Transvaal in 1869 with funds raised with interest-free shares amongst the Boer congregations of the Reformed Church of South Africa by Reverend Dirk Postma.

     The university’s Afrikaans name used to the "Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir Christelike Hoër Onderwys (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education). It was founded in 1869 in the formerly independent Boer Republic in the Transvaal (‘ZAR’: up to 1902) as the ‘Theological School of the Reformed Churches in South Africa;   ("Theologische School van de Gereformeerde Kerken van Zuid-Afrika." – ref:

–  In 1951 it was officially recognised as an autonomous university.
— However under ANC-hegemony since 1994, it merely became part of the "North West University’ as a sonamed ‘semi-autonomous’ campus joined up with its campuses in Mafikeng, Mankwe, Potchefstroom and Vaal Triangle. It’s ‘Afrikaner-Christian" educational aspect ended at Potchefstroom.
In total, North West university by 2006 had 33.000 students. By 2015 sixty percent of North West University’s student body and 70% of its educators and staff were black-African.
–  From 2006, Its ‘traditional Afrikaner’ aspect started eroding rapidly when Potchefstroom lost its autonomy and many of its Afrikaner educators lost their jobs under the black-economic-empowerment laws. For a while it maintained its ‘Afrikaans-language’ character but in 2015, under its new (black) vice-chancellor Prof Dan Kgwadi, whiling claiming to be ‘is a friend of Afrikaans’ (*the language),
also publicly stated his determination to bring the remaining three campuses – Mafikeng, Vaal Triangle and Potchefstroom — under ‘black-African’ control, or as he described it, ‘into line with the racial demographics (6 percent Afrikaner and 94% *African (under current SA law this refers to Chinese, Black African, Coloured and Indian minorities). The spokesman of South Africa’s last Afrikaner president, David Steward, warned in a statement on 23 March 2015 that ‘this will cause the death of the Afrikaans character at Potchefstroom’.

By 2006, the university had 8 faculties: (Afrikaans titles:  Letteren en Wysbegeerte (founded in 1921); Natuurwetenskappe (1922); Theology (1930: headed by the in Dokkum, the Netherlands born Rev Durk Postma); Pedagogiek (1935); Economiese en Bestuurswetenskappe (1942); Regte (1966); Techniese wetenskappe (1983); and Gesondheidswetenskappe (1999).
Each jaar at the start of the academic year at Potchefstroom, a uniquely ‘Afrikaner’ festival is held. The ‘Aardklop Festival’ is similar to the ‘Oeral’ festival on the Dutch island of Terschelling north of Amsterdam.

Pictures: The Student Memorial at Potchefstroom University of Boer students who died in the British Invaders’ Second war against the Boer Republics’ – their Second Freedom War — at the Theological University Potchefstroom:   They were commandants Karel David Coetsee, Calman Efraim Lion Cachet, Jacob Philippus Maré, Johannes Abraham Venter and Jan Christoffel Kruger.

ANC and ‘eight stages of genocide’

It is very difficult to get away with genocide, notes the Afrikaner Journal: ‘ the perpetrators must inevitably always name and communicate their intent so that these atrocities can be committed…’

Genocide is not a one-time event – it is a very slow process, according to the international watchdog Genocide Importantly, at each of its first five stages, the looming genocide can still be prevented–  if the local and international political will is present.  Does the international community have the political will to intervene before stage 7 – the all-out genocide of the Afrikaner and Boer people ?

ANC-regime does not arrest criminal cops for killing and attacking white Afrikaners:

Since January 1 2011, at least 990 black-racist attacks have been logged against whites – and the majority of these victims were Afrikaners and Boers.  By comparison, 170 ‘xenophobic’ attacks were logged in this same time period against black-African refugees, estimated to number at least 11-million and all but one of those attacks were carried out by black-racist South Africans. There was one exception: the recent murder of a Malawian man, for which a Boer now is being hunted with a large pack of heavily-armed reactionary cops. By comparison, the authorities seem to condone the hundreds of monthly attacks against ‘whites’ – it is seen that for instance, the large organised gang of black police-officers who actively participate in armed gang-attacks against white smallholders in the Sasolburg region, are still working, packing their guns, noted  judge C J Musi recently. 


Genocide Watch – The eight stages of Genocide:


Thanks to Genocide Watch founder Prof Gregory Stanton’s relentless efforts, ever since the legal expert was sent to investigate the Pol-Pot genocide in Cambodia for the U.S. State department — to document each stage of genocide in order to try and prevent it (he has proven repeatedly that at each stage, genocide can still be prevented) It has therefore become easy to identify actions that can lead to mass murder.

The ANC’s language and actions of genocide:

Boer farmers should be prepared to fight and to leave the country GenocideWatchPresident Jacob Zuma and his youth leader Malema, with other ANC  leaders, have helped to establish the ANC’s reputaAfrikaans pupils attacked by black striking teacherstion as an organization that promotes genocide:

1. It refers to all white people as ‘Boers’ – and uses this specific word as a curse, calling upon its supporters to Kill and Shoot Boers, with Zuma exhorting his followers to ‘Bring my Machinegun’  (Classification).
2. It promotes and defends its hate speech against Boers, singing songs like: ‘Kill the farmer Kill the Boer ’ , ‘Shoot the Boer’, invade Afrikaner schools screaming ‘Feel it It’s War; and defending ‘mass murder’ in a law-court against the Constitution  – (Preparation)
3. Calling the Boers ‘rapists’ , ‘criminals’ and ‘cockroaches’ – (Dehumanization).
4. As was also done to Europe’s Jewry under nazi-rule, the ANC has also made many Neuremberg-style laws to actively stop this small, highly-skilled and highly visible minority from making any kind of survival-living for their families – laws which prevent the vast majority of  ‘whites’, even the most-skilled –  access to the entire job market (AA/ BEE), also refuse them equal access to public housing, medical care, welfare services –  even food-aid; Afrikaner war-veterans are even excluded from veterans-benefits. (Organization/ Polarization, stages 4 and 5).

6. ‘We are now in the last few phases — and some activist are convincingly arguing that we have in fact, already reached the seventh phase – that of extermination’, noted Afrikaner Journal .

This can be be seen in a slow-motion (strangle-hold) effect, which all the above actions by the ANC-regime are having on this community. Even now, as I’m writing this, there are an estimated 800 000 members of this minority living in abject poverty. This equates to almost one-third of this population of people, noted Afrikaner Journal

So… how does the ANC plan to get away with genocide?

The ANC’s plan:
The ANC is relying on several conditions that will make it possible to bring its demonic plans into action.
It is relying on the international community’s goodwill. Since the end of Apartheid in 1994 the ANC has been basking in the sympathy of the world.

It will be very difficult to solicit support against this barbaric organization. At the moment the world cannot see that the ANC can do any wrong.

The democratically-elected nazis showed us that ‘functioning democracies’ are no guarantee against extermination and mass murder: ‘

‘Look’, they will exclaim, ‘ there can be no genocide, because South Africa is a functioning democracy ! ’  – as if democracy is a guarantee against extermination and mass murder.

  • They (the international community) conveniently forget that the nazis also were elected to power by democratic means.

The ANC furthermore relies on the world’s instinctive reaction to injustice, especially the fact that some sort of retribution should (or is expected) to follow  perceived injustice. Punitive measures, to some degree, will be tolerated. But who determines how far punitive measures can be taken before the organization implementing these measures, can be seen to have become the aggressor and  morally responsible for the outcome of their actions?

The ANC buzz-words ‘reconciliation and integration  against racism’ hide the slow genocide of the Afrikaner people

They will claim that their actions are geared towards ‘reconciliation’ and ‘integration’ – both of these buzz-words are always used to counter their perceived ‘effects of racism’. Many (amongst the ANC) will refuse to see or admit that legislation aimed at this aforementioned goal, is nothing else but pure racism — camouflaged as ‘measures to promote racial harmony’.

The fact that ‘redress and restitution’ cannot be built on the destruction of the minority-communities seems not to be an issue for concern – at least not for those who won don’t want to know the truth about the ANC’s plans.

The ANC’s excuses to not prevent this genocide:

The ANC will claim that they ‘didn’t have the resources, the manpower,  the organizational skills’ etc. to prevent genocide
They will claim that they ‘could not control the masses or prevent the invasions and -murders’.
They will claim that they were ‘helpless, incapable of stopping the ‘disadvantaged’ from ‘claiming what is ‘rightfully’ and ‘historically’, theirs.

This is how they will justify the genocide of the Afrikaner, and all other persons of ethnic European descent.

(This was a summary. The entire article can be found on: )


The land should be shared among those who work it…ANC GENOCIDE WITH NATL RURAL YOUTH SERVICE CORPS MILITARY TRAINING

July 1 2011: Deputy-Agriculture Minister Pieter Mulder warned white farmers to ‘safeguard themselves against attacks and landgrabbing by the ANC Youth League..’.

Deputy-minThulas Noresi, Rural Development, Land Reform Dept’s explanation for the military training of the National Rural Youth Service Corps specifically to  ANC youth league members  “

Face book and


‘We will rape white whores, burn white kids especially those in Pretoria and the Vrystaat… what Malema said silently we shall kill them, Police will stand together, our leader will lead us to take our land over. Households will be broken into and families will be slaughtered… You f-ing white pigs… ‘

 ANC youth league genocidal speech MBATETI Thato_Malema_Facebook_FanPage_Screenshot “You f–ing white pigs. Malema is our leader. He will kill Zuma within the next 6 weeks,” Thato Mbateti wrote on the Facebook fanpage with more than 12,000 supporters. The alleged Malema supporter then went on to graphically call for the “taking back” of “stolen” land and the murder of Whites in South Africa. “3000 farmers dead since ’94 … we lost more than that … we r far from being even … So kill da boer, kill da farmer,” Thato Mbateti wrote. He noted:  ‘Malema is our leader. He will kill Zuma within the next 6 weeks. Look ahead my fellow black people. We will then take our land, and every tresspasser, namely white whores, we will rape them and rape them till the last breath is out. White kids will be burned, specially those in Pretoria and Vrystaat. Men will be tortured while I take a video clip and spread it o n YouTube. Collen we shall stnad together and rape those fuckers. Its true what Malema said: silentwe we shall kill them. Police will stand together. Our leader will lead us to take our land over. Mandela will smile again. White naaiers, we codming for you. Households willb e broken into and families will be slaughtered.’The posting was placed shortly after a South African High Court ‘s banning the ANC ‘battle song’, “Shoot The Boer” for its ‘incitement of violence against an ethnic group’.  Malema came under fire in September 2008 for proclaiming that the ANCYL would “kill for Jacob Zuma”…


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Afrikaner war veterans excluded from ANC War Veterans Act pensions