RT travels to South Africa to meet the Whites who are under attack and preparing for a race war. In this film, we get to hear from people on both sides of this issue, including refreshing words from the likes of respected White advocate Simon Roche of Suidlanders.
More than 20 years after the fall of apartheid in South Africa, racial issues still run deep. Now, the government seeks to redress what they believe to be land ownership disparity, and is considering seizing agricultural land without compensation. Some white South Africans say they fear for their safety and report a spate of violent attacks against white farmers.
Is there a white genocide occurring in South Africa? That's the conclusion reached by filmmaker Lauren Southern in her new feature-length documentary Farmlands.
The basis of the film is the country's complicated history with land ownership, and the hysteria that has arisen from these issues in recent times.
The crime rate in South Africa is disturbingly high. Dozens of protests are gathered on the streets every day, and municipal buildings and school houses are commonly burned to the ground. Since lawmakers passed a resolution that allows for the seizure and redistribution of land without compensation, there has been a spike in the murder of white farm owners in the region. These murders are described in graphic detail by crime scene personnel, activists in the area and relatives of the fallen.
The film accuses the government and law enforcement officials of fudging statistics and concealing the truth behind this slaughter. In defense of their practices, these institutions insist there is no evidence that these attacks are racially motivated.
Fatherland is a controversial coming-of-age documentary set in the remote South African bush. It follows a group of Afrikaner boys over 9 days at a military camp in the spirit of their fathers before them.
Was Sandra Laing born a healthy White child - albeit an aesthetic anomaly? Or did her mother have an extra-marital affair with a mysterious negro that lead to her having her true racial identity forever kept hidden?
This film, by Karien Van Der Merwe, documents the strange situation of Sandra Laing who was born to white parents in South Africa, but because of her appearance she was identified as black and expelled from school. What followed was a story of a family ripped apart during Apartheid-era South Africa.
Sandra had a happy early childhood, unaware of her difference. However once she started school, it became obvious that Sandra was no normal child; due to her dark skin, Sandra was believed to be black. At 10 years old, parents at her primary school petitioned for her expulsion, deeming it unacceptable for a young 'black' girl to be educated in a white school. Her case was referred to the Department of Home Affairs, and Sandra was officially identified as black, and expelled. After a 2-year-long petition process, Sandra was re-identified as white after a blood test proved she was her parents' child. It was too late however; her absence at school had caused her to fall behind, and her English to suffer. Unable to fit into a divided society, Sandra, aged just 15, ran away with a black man and started a family. She was jailed for two months for being in a mix-raced couple, during which her family refused to visit. Even once released, her father refused to speak to her and cut contact, with her mother eventually following suit. The years to follow would prove to be tough, her identity constantly questioned and her life ending up in pieces.
Thirty years later, now happy with a new husband, Sandra has difficulty coming to terms with the past, feeling guilt and regret for her actions, and while she longs to visit her now dying mother, her white family still wants nothing to do with her, and rightfully so if she is indeed fully white.
Sandra's life was a cautionary tale and extraordinary story, which was eventually turned into a film, Skin (2008), starring Sophie Okonedo.
In this confronting report, Holmes asks whether the killing of white farmers is just a tragic fact of life, and death, in one of the world’s most violent societies - or whether it is indeed politically or racially motivated.
The siege mentality of white farmers is magnified by radical politicians like Julius Malema. His Economic Freedom Fighters party sprang from the country’s chronic failure to deliver land to landless blacks.
“We are taking the future into our own hands,” he tells a rally of dancing followers in their red berets. Then a chant: “Shoot to kill! Shoot to kill! Pow, pow!” as he pulls an imaginary trigger.
Recently Malema wedged the governing ANC into supporting expropriation of land without compensation. So far, the government has not seized any farmland without paying for it.
But white farmers say that already the private market for farmland has collapsed. “Why would you buy a farm if tomorrow the government is going to take it?” asks Jo-an Engelbrecht.
For now, Engelbrecht is digging in on his farm in the faint hope that President Cyril Ramaphosa can stabilise a country wracked by crime and corruption after a decade of Jacob Zuma’s rule. But for his daughter Tessa, her grandparents’ murder was the final straw. She wants out – maybe to Australia, if those hints of fast track visas materialise. “I wouldn’t think twice if I got the chance,” she says.
This 1957 documentary short offers an analysis of South Africa's acute race problem, an issue that causes dissension not only within its borders but within the Commonwealth and beyond. In South Africa, a country of 14 million people, 4 out of 5 people are black. The film gives a dispassionate appraisal of the motivations behind the policy of apartheid and of whether the practice of segregation provides a satisfactory, long-term solution.
The 'Boeremag', or Afrikaaner Army, are determined to bomb their way back to a white South Africa. But just why did a small army of 4000 they think they could succeed?
In 2002, bombings attributed to Boer nationalists and the discovery of arms caches on Boer farms reaffirmed the 'White Right' as South Africa's primary internal security threat. It is alleged that their plan was to create a state of confusion through bombings, mobilize an army of 4000 men, drive out 'Blacks and Indians' and declare a Boer Republic. The ambitious plan perhaps owes its confidence to a Boer War era prophet, Siener, or 'The Seer.' He foresaw the fall of Afrikaaner South Africa, followed by a revival of white supremacy and a plan to reinstate a Boer Republic. His prophecies almost perfectly reflect the course of action taken by the Boeremag. We may never know their exact motives, but this is a fascinating look at one possible inspiration for a group that has terrorized South Africa.
Orania is an Afrikaner town in South Africa located along the Orange River in the Karoo region of the Northern Cape province. The town is split in two halves by the R369 road and lies halfway between Cape Town and Pretoria.
The aim of the town is to create a stronghold for Afrikaans and the Afrikaner identity by keeping their language and culture alive. Anyone who defines themselves as an Afrikaner and identifies with Afrikaner ethnicity is welcome to live in Orania.
Critics accuse the town authorities of rejecting the Rainbow Nation concept, and trying to recreate pre-democratic South Africa within an enclave, while residents contend the desire to preserve their linguistic and cultural heritage, and protect themselves from high crime levels is their motivation, and they are seeking the right to self-determination as provided by the Constitution of South Africa. The town's relations with the South African government are non-confrontational, and although opposed to the aspirations of the community, it has recognised them as legitimate.
The small community has a radio station and its own currency, the Ora. The Seattle Times reported a population of 1,600 in July 2018. More than 100 businesses are located in Orania as of 2013. Due to its unusual nature, the town is often visited by journalists and documentary-makers.
According to its founders, the purpose of Orania is to create a town where the preservation of Afrikanerdom's cultural heritage is strictly observed and Afrikaner selfwerksaamheid ("self reliance") is an actual practice, not just an idea. All jobs, from management to manual labour, are filled only by Afrikaners; non-Afrikaner workers are not permitted to work unless they have skills no resident has.
Newcomers often say their desire to escape the violent crime prevalent in the rest of the country motivated their decision to move to Orania, and many had been victims of crimes before, while Orania residents claim the town is a secure environment and they have no need to lock their doors.
A local census carried out in 2014 found 1,085 inhabitants in 386 households — an average of 3.5 people per household. Children made up a quarter of the population in 2007. According to town authorities, the population had grown by 10% annually over the three years to 2015, this trend has continued and even slightly increased to around 11% annually in the years prior to the 2018 local census, much higher than the South African average of 1.9% on average per year. Male residents outnumbered females 60% to 40% in 2011, and the lack of young women is a cause of complaints among local men.
The documentary film The Beloved Country by director Saskia Vredeveld takes us back to the early 1990's in South Africa. It is a provocative look from within at Afrikaner nationalists who, in 1991, clung to the belief that allowing blacks into government would be a regrettable mistake. With the demise of white rule, many of these Boers lived in fear. Some had banded into paramilitary groups, such as Eugène Terre'Blanche's Afrikaner Resistance Movement, which claimed wide support within the South African army and police. They were preparing for an armed showdown with the new government.
Eugène Ney Terre'Blanche was an Afrikaner nationalist who was the founder and leader of the AWB. Prior to founding the AWB, Terre'Blanche served as a South African Police officer, was a farmer, and was an unsuccessful Herstigte Nasionale Party (Reconstituted National Party) candidate for local office in the Transvaal. He was a major figure in the right-wing backlash against the collapse of apartheid. His beliefs and philosophy have continued to be influential among white supremacists in South Africa and around the world.
For those of us in the White-positive sphere, there may be a few scenes near the start of the film that you may not agree with, namely the occasional remark in support of multiculturalism or colour-blind egalitarianism. But push that aside and there are important facts to be learned in this film regarding Robert Mugabe's brutal assault on White Rhodesians.
Michael Campbell -- a white, 75-year-old farmer living in Zimbabwe -- stands up for his rights against an oppressive government in this fascinating documentary. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's controversial "Land Reform" system has forced most White farmers out of the country, turning their properties over to inexperienced government officials. But Campbell, determined to defend his farm (and the black workers and family members who live there), takes his case to international court.
Mugabe and the White African is a 2009 documentary film by Lucy Bailey & Andrew Thompson and produced by David Pearson & Elizabeth Morgan Hemlock. It has won many awards including the Grierson 2010 and been BAFTA and Emmy Nominated.
This short, vintage film from 1957 shows footage of what it was like in the remarkable country of South Africa. At a time where there existed law and order and the government was comprised of only Whites, the projection of the White man's bio-spirit on the environment–which inevitably creates a pristine manifestation of Western civilization every time–is clearly evident. This is a few decades before proverbial Jewish undermining would result in the destruction of another once great White nation.
This documentary explores South Africa's apartheid policy, focusing on issues such as race relations, political practices, and segregated dwellings. The footage includes several interviews with Black leaders and White political figures.
In order to understand the truth about apartheid, picture this scenario: If I work my ass off to buy or build a house (Western civilization) for my own family (White Europeans) and I'm kind and compassionate enough to take someone less fortunate under my wing (blacks living in African nations with far poorer, third world conditions among their own people) and let them sleep in the spare bedroom, use the downstairs bathroom to shower, and use the small space in the corner of the fridge for their food... You'd have to be a self-entitled ingrate bastard to come back a few years later and demand equal rule to the house, keys to all the rooms, and equal living standards as my wife and kids.
South Africa is our country. It is a projection of our bio-spirit. It was created for our people, our in-group, our family. Blacks–who were guests in our house–still had it far better than black-run countries in Africa. That's why the population of blacks more than doubled under apartheid. They had one of the biggest hospitals in the world to take care of their health. Nelson Mandela went to university and became a lawyer under apartheid.
Everything was just fine, the way it should be–Whites with the Whites, Blacks with the Blacks, and mixed race people in the "coloured" section... All until, of course, the slimy Jew managed to chip away and destroy what we built, as usual.
Released almost a decade ago, War of the Flea covers an epidemic that had already existed in South Africa at the time for over fifteen years.
In 2011, there were 38,000 commercial farmers. Between then and 1991, more than 3,000 farmers had been murdered in more than 18,000 horrific attacks.
The film reveals the anti-Whitism espoused by a young Julius Malema before he was removed from the ANC Youth Wing for his rampant faggotry, and later created the EFF.
Find out how violent niggers break into the homes of White farmers to commit such acts as blowing an old lady's face off, hacking a two year old with a machete or dragging a man's body from behind a moving car.
The film also speaks to Ernst Roets from AfriForum and an individual from Genocide Watch, who give their opinions on the plight of the Boer people and the situation they are still facing ten years later.
Under the brutal rule of Robert Mugabe, countless White families had their farmland violently seized mostly between the period of 2000-2001. Many Whites were brutally tortured, raped and murdered by violent niggers, something Mugabe ultimately refused to charge any of the perpetrators for.
Under White rule, Rhodesia was a safe, prosperous breadbasket of Africa. After the Whites were murdered and driven out, the failed nation of Zimbabwe was left a dangerous, crime-ridden, economic disaster with many of its citizens forced to eat rats to prevent from starving.
Tainted Heroes explains how the ANC niggers successfully implemented a predetermined programme of violence, fear and propaganda to eliminate political rivals and establish itself as the sole representative of nigger aspirations in South Africa. It illuminates how the ANC’s armed struggle was more a struggle against black rival organisations than against the apartheid system.
The documentary tells the story of how the African National Congress (ANC) – once a marginalised organisation within the South African political landscape – rose to power in the aftermath of the Soweto Uprisings in 1976.
Furthermore, the film deals with the organisation’s military training received in various African countries as well as the lesser known story of how the ANC underwent strategic training in Vietnam to implement a so-called people’s war strategy against its rival organisations. This was especially implemented against the organisation’s former ally, Inkatha, led by Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
This 1916 vintage film by Gustav S. Preller was one the first film productions to ever be created in South Africa. The film should be regarded as a highly significant motion picture gem to White nationalists and proponents of European history and culture.
It depicts the travels and quest for new land in Southern Africa by the Boer people. Created over a century ago, the only conceivable way of documenting this was through dramatic reenactments performed by both black and White actors.
It is narrated through intermittent text slides that are included in English and Afrikaans. The music and sound was added years after the film's initial release.
"De Voortrekkers" teaches the history of the South African Boers' journey North at the end of the 1830's, known as the "Great Trek". The film concludes with a reconstruction of the 1838 "Battle of Blood River", in which only hundreds of White Afrikaners defeated several thousand black Zulus.
After it's release, the film gained widespread popularity and reverence among White South Africans for it's heroic depiction of the Afrikaner people. It was later shown among school classrooms to South African students and received some screenings outside of Africa under the title "Winning a Continent".
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