November 2, 2015 at 11:09 am #44780
Some of you may be aware that there is grave concern amongst minority groups in South Africa over an incipient state of national collapse and incipient civil unrest and insurrection.
A Christian-oriented Civil Defence organisation called Die Suidlanders (The Southerners) has been formed, and duly constituted under the provisions made for national groups, within United Nations charter, to prepare and protect the embattled Afrikaner ethnic group and other Christian whites in the event of national anarchy.
It is a civil defence organisation operating strictly within the law and it does not welcome agitators, militants, criminals, and people who conduct themselves outside of Christian norms. This is NOT a rabid right-wing racist militant organisation. It is a Civil Defence Organisation inspired to some extent by the ethnic groups which were assailed in the Balkan civil war(s), and it is devoted to food, water, fuel, shelter, and protection of civilians, women, children, and the aged, in a time of nationwide anarchy which appears as if it is possibly imminent.
If you wish to contribute in any way to the preparations for what might transpire to be the last Christian war of its type in history, please remember them in your prayers.
Useful references include
Nota Bene: this website and its external links pertaining to murders of white farmers must be viewed with the utmost caution. The stories and pictures of murder, rape, assault, torture, and crucifixion are not suited to sensitive people. Please do not take this warning lightly.
James A. Michener’s The Covenant,
and a forthcoming series of videos on YouTube.
You may also be interested in buying the English version of the complete Suidlanders Civil Defence Manual for something like $8 (R100) from firstname.lastname@example.org (fyi, navrae means enquiries).November 2, 2015 at 11:17 am #44782
The links are seemingly not appearing.
Once again, I urge you to view the stories and photographs of rape, murder, and assault upon whites with the utmost caution. Do not take this warning lightly. I personally – by way of example – have never been able to bear looking at this website for more than a few seconds, in spite of repeated attempts to do so.
November 2, 2015 at 7:24 pm #44791
- This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by Meduseld.
Are you trying to use the “link” button above the reply window? If so, it won’t work that way. Just directly paste the URL into the message itself, and it will be seen in the post. The “link” button only works when you’ve highlighted something, the clicked the “link” button, and pasted the link into the link window that appears in the process. Then when posted, the portion of your text that’s highlighted will become a link, even though the linked URL itself won’t show up in the actual message you posted (it will show in your browser, however, if you “mouse over” the text that you converted into a link as described above).
If that isn’t the problem, disregard – just hoping it would, and we could at least evaluate the links.November 2, 2015 at 11:21 pm #44795
Thanks Meduseld for your posts. SA is in a somewhat unique position given the extreme minority position of Europeans in the population (as compared to other countries that have significant European populations). Of course by European I mean people of European descent. It is still very informative to the rest of us though. The ongoing decline of what was the great success story in Africa due to the loss of political control should be sounding alarms in Europe, Canada, the US, and Australia that once unchecked immigration changes the demographic balance, that a very different culture and government will take hold.
I find your account of growing numbers of ordinary people waking up to the reality of SA to be very interesting. Hopefully it is not too little too late. I wonder what the tipping point was?November 4, 2015 at 7:51 am #44825November 4, 2015 at 8:34 am #44828
I think that it is simply a matter of “enough”. All but the most hardened liberals are beginning to see from the degree and extent of the rape, murder, corruption, laziness, and truly-exceptional – almost deliberate – incompetence which has just not ended since it burst onto the scene so rapaciously in the the Nelson Mandela years that things are not going to get better and that they are visibly worsening.
Many middle-class conservative whites were persuaded by the endless inculcation of a doctrine of guilt and self-loathing from, especially, British and US media, and then our own liberal media, and so they couldn’t help accepting things which they simply didn’t believe. It was clearly utter nonsense, but we believed it… we were the odd ones out – everyone told us that we were wrong, so we began to think that we must be wrong.
And even when they/we were proven right, when crime went through the roof immediately after democracy, they were so accustomed to being bullied by the media’s contention that it was their own fault (as a legacy of colonialism) that we/they continued to at least tacitly accept our new model society. We toed the party line for twenty years.
But it is all too much, now.
I think that is the answer.November 4, 2015 at 12:29 pm #44836
Wow, Meduseld! Reading what is in just one of the articles describes the situation perfectly, as far as I’m concerned (the article on the TTIP):
Thus the goal of the immigration crisis is clear. To distract people from the true attack. Racial mixing (immigration) is not an experiment it is a proven method to weaken a nation and bring it into conflict. With the instability and conflict world powers plunder a nation through such legislation against their own people. 90% of Europeans would vote against TTIP, if they could, but they can’t. No one voted to be overrun by immigrants. Their was no vote. But western democracies have been irrevocably corrupted by banks and business.
I have long maintained that the final chapter of the Communist Manifesto, combined with the so-called Cloward-Piven Strategy, are almost all that is necessary to understand what is going on in the world. People immediately polarize when the “C” word is uttered (communism), with most now days buying into the propganda for decades that essentially says, “Oh, communism is dead, a relic of a period in history that is long since past. Anybody that believes there is an attempt to bring back communism is part of the right wing extremist fringe, and basically a nut job.” The fact is that the Communist Manifesto should be read as a philosophy book, not identified with any political system. In fact, it’s short final chapter (only 3/4 of one page) really summarizes it well – it calls not once, but twice for the destruction of the social and political order of nations through any means necessary. It explains how existing organizations and even political parties within a nation are to be used to gain an appearance of legitimacy for the movement, eventually taking over those organizations (whether unions, political parties, influential private organizations – whatever), and working within a national system to undermine and eventually destroy it.
Combined with what is basically only a modern update of the philosophy contained in the Manifesto from 167 years ago, the Cloward-Piven Strategy seeks to create an economic climate where people have to become dependent on the government, and thus become controlled by the government. Put the Manifesto and the Cloward-Piven strategy together, and you’ll understand what all is happening around the globe.
A quarter of a million people protested in the streets of Berlin against the TTIP? Where was THAT in all the news of the day? But the same is true in the US and elsewhere in the world. If it doesn’t get published, it didn’t happen, as far as the vast majority of people are concerned. If the vast majority of violence in South Africa, for example, doesn’t make it to the American media, but the deification of Nelson Mandela is the top story upon his death (and well before), then South Africa is in great shape, Mandela was its savior (with an upper-case “S” that I simply cannot type that way), and the American people “know” what a great thing happened in South Africa, thanks to the US and Europe putting so much pressure on the racist white government to end its horrible policies. The media fulfilled its role so very well in that instance, and ever since – as has been done in so many other cases
Meduseld, I can see I’ve got a lot more reading to do within your links. It’s becoming more and more clear that South Africa is incredibly instructive in understanding what’s happening in the world, and that many of you folks have been seeing things that impact on a global scale that Americans are oblivious to. We are potentially the fortunate recipients of that knowledge before it’s too late, but I expect the media will continue its role quite successfully, and the general population in the US will continue in its ignorance. That doesn’t mean some of us aren’t trying to educate, sometimes even just one by one, however. Thank you much for the additional information, as ugly as it is. (By the way – the TTIP has NOT been emphasized here in the US – all we heard about is the Trans-Pacific version. And even that became yet another Nancy Pelosi-esque “we have to pass it so we can read what’s in it” deal.)
The bottom line of that article appears to be the bottom line – period.
90% of Europeans would vote against TTIP, if they could, but they can’t. No one voted to be overrun by immigrants. Their was no vote. But western democracies have been irrevocably corrupted by banks and business.
Politicians always promise prosperity and end up causing austerity. By political promises of prosperity and peace South Africans also allowed themselves to be lead by weak leadership that legislated away their freedom and their future as is happening in Europe today.
My only argument would be with the words “weak leadership.” Just the opposite – our governments’ leadership is becoming all powerful, which is exactly what allows our freedom and future to be legislated away. They are “weak” only in the sense of their response to those that elected them to represent us – but that’s by design.November 4, 2015 at 1:57 pm #44839
Meduseld, GS is right. The US media is silent on what is happening in SA. Other than Oscar Pistorius’ trial and before that Mandela’s funeral, there has been no coverage for years. All the coverage for Mandela ignored entirely the reality of what is happening in SA.
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