Eugene Terre’Blanche Laid To Rest

Eugene Terre’Blanche, the recently murdered founder of South Africa’s Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), was laid to rest today. A large crowd of mourners sang Die Stem van Suid-Afrika and waived the flag of the late Republic of South Africa in a touching and dignified ceremony, which took place this morning in Terre’blanche’s hometown of Ventersdorp.

Terre’Blanche’s murder has brought international attention to the simmering racial tension that threatens to ignite the country in flames just as it is poised to take the international stage by hosting its first Football World Cup. The Whites of South Africa are facing genocide at the hands of the black majority, often in the form of vicious farm murders of the type that took the life of Eugene Terre’blanche. These brutal homicides are often described as “wage disputes” by the media in order to obfuscate the fact that Whites are being purged in racially motivated bloodbaths.

The ruling ANC regime is said to be planning massive seizures of White owned land and ANC leaders such as Julius Maleme continue to openly call for the wholesale slaughter of the Boers. Most recently, Malema publicly ridiculed the death of Eugene Terre’blanche, expressing sympathy with the murderers and suggesting that Mr. Terre’Blanche was lower than an animal.

Eugene Terre’Blanche eulogized. Are South Africa’s racial tensions buried?

On a related note, Andre Visagie of the AWB recently appeared on South African television, and was provoked into losing his temper and storming off the stage after a confrontation with the kaffir hosts:


  1. My hunch is that until a wealthy Anglo/Dutch businessman, or two has an attempt made on their lives, nothing will change in South Africa.

    Sort of like in Wilmington NC. The reconstruction regime lasted until 1898 or so, when a Negro attempted to run over a White businessman with a wagon.

    The White businessman, realized the Negroes were out to kill him, and other Whites. He helped organize, and helped finance the revolt that ended the last major reconstruction regime in the South.

    The Federal government didn’t interfere in the Wilmington revolt. But, if a group of White South African businessmen staged a revolt, you can bet that our government, the British governmnet, and the UN would interfere.

  2. I like all of these entries about Rhodesia and South Africa. Finally, a white nationalist blog that is willing to defend these régimes. Too many white nationalists in America take the coward’s line that whites in South Africa should all just abandon their communities in Africa and move to the United States.

  3. The beginning of the middle clip brought tears to my eyes. Isn’t it wonderful to see such a large group of racially-conscious whites? Unfortunately they were coming together for a very sad reason.

    The last clip is well… expected. She egged him on and the smirk needed to be smacked off her face. The white rage is coming to the surface. Not just there but over here as well. It’s going to explode one day. Young blacks don’t have a clue what they’re dealing with. We’ve been restrained for almost 50 years.

  4. “My hunch is that until a wealthy Anglo/Dutch businessman, or two has an attempt made on their lives, nothing will change in South Africa.”

    No, they are very well protected and even if a few would go down, nothing would happen. These busenissmen also played a mayor role in bringing down apartheid. Why? They no longer needed unskilled workers but skilled ones…

  5. “Isn’t it wonderful to see such a large group of racially-conscious whites? ”

    I agree with you, Joanne Dee—and the best part is that these are all wholesome, normal looking, racially conscious whites: not the skinhead, Heavy Metal-listening, Thor-worshiping neo-Nazis that plague our movement in the United States. These people are simply traditional, pre-1960s style whites.

  6. The guy at the end should have toughed it out. It’s verbal warfare not a genteel tea party discussion.

    This failure at public debate is really getting costly.

    What is the problem?

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