Short but inspiring clip of a speech by Afrikaner Resistance Movement and leader, Eugene Terreblanche

Afrikaner Resistance Movement and leader, Eugene Terreblanche fought for the White people of South Africa, to defend their homes and land.

What a lot of people do not realise, is that white people went to South Africa, to areas like Rhodesia (now called Zimbabwe), that were completely uninhabited, no blacks lived there.
The Europeans that went to Rhodesia (for example), created great farming systems there, with the rich, fertile soil. Blacks had never been able to work out the idea of farming. The Europeans also built roads, schools and hospitals.
Rhodesia became known as the “Bread basket of Africa”, and thousands of blacks started to migrate there to work on the farms for the whites.
Then the International Jewish business cartels and bankers whipped up a Marxist terrorist “revolution”, put trade sanctions on the white South African government, and engineered a black takeover of government.

Robert Mugabe was installed, murdered millions of people (it continues to this day), and handed the white families farms over to blacks, who destroyed them as they had no concept of farming.

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2 Responses to Short but inspiring clip of a speech by Afrikaner Resistance Movement and leader, Eugene Terreblanche

  1. sigebrand says:

    A beautiful speech, I only watches this again yesterday, as chance would have it. RIP Eugene, the Boers could try harder though, they are to rich and too comfortable, hopefully they’ll finally wake up soon enough with all the robberies and murders going on and either fight back together or get the hell out of there

  2. sigebrand says:

    Also, I wish there were a better name for Rohdesia, I don’t like “Zimbabwe” either but Cecil Rhodes and his hideous empire were responsible for many of the Boers’ problems in the first place, and a lot more

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