The Ghost of Ian Smith

[Lyrcis]
[Verse 1]
Have you been reading the morning papers?
The Cold War's coming back in style
And there's general's here, advisors there, and the Cuban intel everywhere
The Cold War's filling up with red, we make big bucks when we blow off their heads!

[Chorus]
They got ripped up, scared as blackness, time to go to war (Back in Rhodesia!)
Massive headlines in the papers, we want total war (Back in Rhodesia!)

[Verse 2]
Drooling fingers, panic button
They finally get to try new toys
The war's big bucks for embassy
We can't afford to lose another economic colony
Bring back the draft under our wing!

[Chorus 2]
Cuban oil and no more hotrods when we go to war (Back in Rhodesia!)
Massive headlines in the papers, we want total war (Back in Rhodesia!)
Call the army, call the Navy, time to play with guns (Back in Rhodesia!)
If they risk uneven battle and play rotten, we can play spy!

[Guitar Solo]

[Outro]
As soon as we have flexed our macho colonizer abs (Back in Rhodesia!)
We want oil and we need money drugging people
Back in Rhodesia
Back in Rhodesia!

August 6, 1977. Terrorists supported by communist nations blow up Woolworth's department store in Salisbury Rhodesia. 11 killed and 76 injured. Rhodesians suffered. The world was silent.

Composed H. R. MacDonald.
Words by by E. M. Willar. The Regimental March of the Depot, The Royal Rhodesia Regiment.
The chorus is sung by National Service Trainees.

RHODESIA BORDER WITH ZAMBIA CLOSED
(17 Jan 1973) Rhodesia and Zambia's border bridge, across the Zambezee river, is closed to all traffic except for a few tourists

The RAR was the oldest regular army unit of the Rhodesian Army earning battle honours through 2 world wars, Malaya and Rhodesia. They were eventually merged in to the Zimbabwe Army after Independence.

After surviving more than eleven years of illegal
independence and UN-imposed sanctions, Rhodesia
is now facing what looks like its most serious crisis
yet. Guerrilla activity is increasing, talks between
white and black leaders appear to be at a standstill
and the economy is now being hit by Mozambique
president Samora Machel's decision to close his
borders to Rhodesian exports. This report back
grounds the issues.

Rhodesia to Zimbabwe: c. 1890-1980 From the arrival of the Pioneer Column to Independence. Part 1 of the history behind the flight of tens of thousands of Zimbabweans into South Africa in 2008. (2hr. 14mins.)
Chapters:
1. Questions 00:00:00
2. Conquest 00:04:39
3. Missionaries. 00:48:25
4. Commercial Farming and the Landless 01:14:55
5. Uprising 01:37:11
Credits: 02:11:46

It's a very left leaning documentary, but with all things Rhodesia, South Africa we have to use our own brains to see the truth in the propaganda.

Police van under attack by rioters ... South Africa (Aug 2019)
The police are completely overpowered by large groups of thugs on the streets of Johannesburg.
End apartheid they said, it will be great they said, we'll all live happily ever after in the Rainbow Nation they said.
Remember Cato Manor, 24 January 1960.
9 Policemen were brutally murdered by an "angry" mob. This happened days before the Sharpeville massacre.
https://www.sahistory.org.za/dated-event/nine-policemen-are-killed-angry-mob-cato-manor-durban

Film extolling the wonderful life and achievements of Rhodesia. Emphasis is on united Rhodesians, with footage of them in various situations - agricultural shows, city scenes, country scenes and village scenes. It looks at the natural resources of the country and mentions the importance of using them wisely and being conservation-minded. Schools are shown and mention is also made of increased industrial production, few strikes, health services, agriculture and sports. Footage is shown of black and white soldiers in the bush to illustrate the claim that all Rhodesians are cooperating to create an efficient force against terrorism.

Following the country's reconstitution and recognised independence as the Republic of Zimbabwe in April 1980, the final parade of the RLI and the ceremonial laying-up of its colours took place at Cranborne Barracks on 17 October 1980. The commanding officer J. C. W. Aust, recalled being amazed by the large crowd of spectators surrounding the parade square, including the former government minister P. K. van der Byl, who attended unannounced. A Rhodesian Air Force Alouette III helicopter also arrived overhead during the ceremony and in Aust's words "circled in a moving salute and farewell". Two weeks later, the Rhodesian Light Infantry was disbanded on 31 October 1980.

The Greys Scouts were a mounted infantry unit. Horses were used to get to the contact area and once there they fought as infantrymen. The major on foot in the video was Major Stevens, who left the unit early.

From the Producer:
"In Rhodesia, Army and Police units were out chasing guerrillas after massive incursions from over the border. The incidents were believed by military sources in Rhodesia to be linked to a massive campaign to recruit black Rhodesians for Joshua Nkomo's Zimbabwe African Peoples' Union. Since the beginning of the year, at least 600 black Rhodesians have been led to Botswana and then onto Zambia to the north for guerrilla training. ZAPU appears to be bent on increasing its forces to match those of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), whose guerrillas operate out of Mozambique. The Rhodesian Army has been successful in capturing the majority of the guerrillas who infiltrate across the border, but they are looking for new methods of catching them. one of these is the use of scouts on horseback who are able to pursue men on foot with greater agility than if they were motorized.

[Lyrics]
Two.. Three.. Four..
We like to go fishing in Kariba and the Zam
We like to have a Braai whenever we can
We like drinking Castle but most of all
We don't like Bob

We like grazing Biltong and Willards Things
and Boerewors Rolls with Onion Rings
We like Peri-Peri but most of all
We don't like Bob

and We'll sing it in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
and We'll sing it in Mud Island
We don't Like Bob

Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh..
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
We don't Like Bob

Two.. Three.. Four..
We love Mazoe Orange and a drive-in too
We call it a Braai, not a Barbeque
We like Sudza and relish and houseboats too
but We don't like Bob

and We'll sing it in America, in Europe and Canada
and We'll sing it in Zimbabwe
We don't like Bob

Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh..
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
We don't Like Bob

and We'll sing it in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
and We'll sing it in Mud Island
We don't Like Bob
and We'll sing it in America, in Europe and Canada
and We'll sing it in Zimbabwe
We don't like Bob

Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh.. Ahhh..
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain, Bougain Villea
We don't Like Bob

Howzah!
[Lyrics transcribed by The Ghost of Ian Smith in August of 2019]

Visit of Queen Mother to Rhodesia (Southern Rhodesia and Nyassaland) 4th - 15th July 1957.
So wonderful to see the beauty and cleanliness of the Federation at the time.
Central African Film Unit

A man files a report back to his company on whether Rhodesia is a good place.
He shows a wonderful overview of all the cities of Rhodesia and how industry of all types is booming.

TECHNICAL DATA
Year:1966
Running Time:17 minutes
Film Gauge (Format):16mm
FilmColour:Black/White

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Production Countries:Rhodesia
Producer: SPRING, Tim
Sponsor: Rhodesia Information Services
Director: SHEARS, Ron
Company: Eagle Films

A documentary on the attractions and industries of Rhodesia.

[Lyrics]
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
And on that farm we had somes ducks
E-I-E-I-ish
With an "I want the duck", "No, I want the duck!"
"No it's me that wants to eat that duck"
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
And on that farm we had a tractor
E-I-E-I-ish
With a "I want the tractor", "No it's muh taxi, it can take 48 people"
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Tell me what happened to Zimbabwe
That lovely country, that we all used to know
Tell me what happened to Zim-ba-aaa-bwe
Well, I don't know but Bob must go!

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
And on that farm we had a forest
E-I-E-I-ish
With a "I want that wood", "No I want that wood", "No I want that wood to build a house that's cool"
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
And on that farm we had a cow
E-I-E-I-ish
With a "I want that cow", "No I want that Cow","No I need that cow to pay Abbula(?) now"
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Tell me what happened to Zimbabwe
That lovely country, that we all used to know
Tell me what happened to Zim-ba-aaa-bwe
Well, I don't know but Bob must go!

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
And on that farm we had a Massey-Ferguson combine harvester with a twin cam overhead double diff and an optional GPI converter all parts imported.
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
Now, on that farm we had P*beep*ple
Here a *beep*ple, there a *beep*ple, everywhere a *beep*ple *beep*ple
Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish

Tell me what happened to Zimbabwe
That lovely country, that we all used to know
Tell me what happened to Zim-ba-aaa-bwe
Well, I don't know but Bob must go!

Mugabe repossessed my farm
E-I-E-I-ish
Mooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
[Lyrics transcribed by The Ghost of Ian Smith in August of 2019]

Forever taken down on youtube, so I'm posting it here.
It obviously isn't even close to the true portrayal of Ian Smith or Cecil Rhodes but it's quick redpill for the uninitiated.

Just what the title says. The Rhodesian Bush War in 3 Minutes

White settlers in Angola demanding quicker evacuation in rally outside United States embassy (1978)

This documentary tells the story of how the United Nations, from 1960 to 1962, waged an unprovoked war against the anti-communist state of Katanga and forced it under the control of the communist puppet-state of Central Congo (now called Zaire).

The John Birch Society

The Congo and Angolo were where the most brutal atrocities were committed against whites. I'll post more about it in the future.
Whites Flee. Newly Independent Congo In Upheaval.
Violence and chaos in Congo barely 11 days after independence from Belgian, white refugees flee

Notice how nice everyone looks and how clean everything is. IN AFRICA!

Medium shot of children lined up with their families. Medium shot of footbridge and fountain with distant sign stating - Portugal. Building stating 'Rhodesia' camera pans right to show trade fair. Ditto. Close-up of Rhodesian flags fluttering. Medium shots of Rhodesian building. Camera zooms in to show 'The Tony Ellman Brown Hall - Rhodesian Industry'. Various shots of black men with flags outside the Tony Ellman Hall. Sign - 'All products made in our factory in Rhodesia'. Camera zooms out to show 'Lever Brothers' building, then zooms in again. Ditto. Camera follows chauffeur driven Rolls Royce until it passes left out of shot. Various shots of speedboat with a placard in the foreground advertising fibreglass company. Shots of farming machinery. Various shots of brass band playing. Various shots from outdoor area that sees the arrival of an unnamed dignitary and a police escort and military presence upon his leaving. Police escort car passes camera to the right and small crowd can be seen applauding in the background as another car passes them. Cars come towards camera as a man and his wife (Governor?) steps out and shakes hands with various people in the crowd. Shot of chauffeur driven Rolls Royce with motorcycle convoy in tow, man steps out. Various shots of crowd standing in expectancy.

Today in History - Rhodesia Proclaims Independence (11 Nov 1965)
On November 11, 1965, Rhodesia proclaimed its independence from Britain.

November 11th Rhodesia and the Unilateral Declaration of Independence from Great Britain. Ian Smith chose 11am on Remembrance Day, the anniversary of the 1918 armistice, for his radio broadcast in which he made the Unilateral Declaration of Independence. Ian Smith's government assumed wide powers, whilst in Britain Harold Wilson announced that all ties with the rebel regime were broken as a result of the declaration. The declaration provoke

Obscure Alternatives is the second studio album by English New Wave band Japan, released in October 1978 by Hansa records.

[Lyrics]
[Verse 1]
Standing outside on a kitchen floor
Love utensils in the palm of her hand
Saluting supermarket majorettes
We understand

[Verse 2]
Oh, muzak for digital clocks
Departmental stores, vacate no sound
Exchanging surgical appliances
On hired ground

[Chorus]
And love blows through Rhodesia
And love blows through Rhodesia

[Verse 3]
Soldierettes marching in the parking lot
Bleach your body, be proof to the fact
Moving out in all directions
And turning back

[Verse 4]
Oh, heartaches from Amsterdam
Masturbated over jilted bouquets
Approximation's counting on a freight line
We pull away

[Chorus]
And love blows through Rhodesia
And love blows through Rhodesia

[Verse 5]
Oh, Nazis in full attack
Burning niggers in a cotton field
Service stations offer promises
And promises offer me

[Chorus]
And love blows through Rhodesia
And love blows through Rhodesia

Sermon preached by the Dean, The Very Rev. J. R. da Costa, in the Cathedral of St. Mary and All Saints in Salisbury, Rhodesia, on Friday, 8th September, 1978 at the service for those who died and were massacred in the Viscount air disaster Sunday, 3rd September, 1978.

With the Geneva talks to thrash out a settlement for the Rhodesian issue of majority rule adjourned without any sign of progress, Britain's chairman, Lord Ivor Richard, has been shuttling around southern Africa to find common ground among the main participants before re-convening negotiations. Meanwhile, the war continues unabated on four-fifths of Rhodesian soil with innocent blacks suffering in the cross-fire between government soldiers and nationalist guerrillas.
The air of uncertainty is worrying settlers, who are growing less hopeful of a peaceful outcome and
buying guns "just in case".

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First Angola (the Portuguese were murdered en-masse, many cut in half vertically in saw mills) and then Mozambique went, then Zambia and Rhodesia and finally South Africa. It's the story of a colonial country that was built from dust into the bread basket of Africa, promised dominion (like New Zealand) by Britain if it federated (which it did) and then denied it - unless it gave the country one man one vote. The only problem was that 70% of the country was still in the neolithic-bronze age. They were denied Dominion by Britain and so like America, they declared their Independence. The Western Nations plunged them into total 100% Sanctions for claiming independence. Worse sanctions than Iraq ever had. Only South Africa, France and Portugal supported them. At the same time Russia and China trained and armed rebels in the countries around them and the rebels attacked.

They held on against incredible odds and were always victorious. The never lost one battle EVER. They acquiesced to one man one vote with ONE stipulation. NO Communist majority. Small concession right ? During their second election, the populace was terrorized to vote for the Communists and Robert Mugabe took over. That was 39 years ago. Mugabe was the Dictator for 37 years, until November 2017. Meanwhile he stole all the white farms and plunged the country into starvation after killing 10's of thousands of Blacks and printed so much money that a loaf of bread cost several quadrillion dollars. That obviously killed anyone's life savings.

Now South Africa. When will we learn to stick together ?

My YouTube channel got deleted.
I have ALOT of really rare Bushwar and Rhodesia videos and music recorded to cassette tape during the 70s.
Not all of them are from my personal files. Sorry if it takes a little while to post the music.
I am hand writing out all the lyrics as I can.

If anyone wants to help out with a Bitchute membership, that would be lekker!
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