1. Van Riebeek landed at the Cape in 1652, but we don’t know much about the company that employed him, the VOC (DEIC)
  2. Did you know that it was, in fact, the Portuguese that a different type of maize grain in South Africa, more than 100-years before van Riebeek
  3. That after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, the French-Huguenots were offered free passage to South Africa by the VOC, home loans, land to farm on and even seed and farming equipment?
  4. That the irony of the Afrikaner is that the word in Dutch means from Africa, whilst they deliberately sought to set themselves apart on Africa soil by using the ideology of white supremacy.
  5. That at the end of the Anglo-Boer war in 1902/03, the Afrikaner was offered 3 million pounds in war reparations by Kitchener and Milner, but in fact received 16 million pounds, farming equipment, stock, seed and even veterinary services from the British. Adjusted for inflation in today’s term would be worth upwards of R8 billion rands.
  6. The notion that a rag-tag bunch of tough Afrikaner males defeated a 30 000 contingent of Zulu warriors in the mythical, Battle of Bloodriver, is by their own account. This means that there is no independent verification of this ever happening
  7. If this were true, why did it take the most powerful army in the world, the British more than 40-years to defeat the Zulus in 1879, but not before they were crushed in the Battle of Rourke’s Drift. Many historians believe that a Zulu Impi under Shaka would in all probability have defeated a similar regiment of Alexander the Great
  8. That the 1920 creation of the Afrikaner Broederbond, was the world’s first modern-day example of “the deep state” a shadowy, mafia-type organisation whose only goal was white Afrikaner hegemony and the capture of the South African nation-state in 1948 
  9. By the nineteen-thirties, key Afrikaner and English business people got together to define the framework for a future Apartheid state, loosely translated into white hegemony in all areas of human endeavours
  10. The final report of the American based, Carnegie Commission into the poor white problem in South Africa strongly advocated for special exclusionary economic enclaves for the white Afrikaner to protect them and the future livelihood from capable black people willing to work for less at a faster pace. The head of the Commission, Frederick Keppel recommended this course of action, which eventually morphed into Job Reservation act of 1957 proper and the Group Areas act 41 of 1950, the cornerstones of Apartheid.
  11. That the Broederbond and the Apartheid created several banks like Trust Bank, United Building Society and Volkskas, to secure cheap capital for the Afrikaner volk, allowing them extremely reasonable interest repayments and terms
  12. That the goal of the Apartheid state wasn’t in fact racism for the sake of it, but rather the perpetration of the largest instance of state-sponsored theft and larceny in the modern world, via the brutal application of more than 2500 laws, statutes and ordinances. It is estimated that more than R6 Trillion alone was shipped out the country post-1990.
  13. That the other explicit goal of Apartheid was for the protection and well-being of the Afrikaner, not against an invading or threatening black army or hordes of black people, but simply to take more from the indigenous people of this country. 
  14. That the legacy of Apartheid continues to this day in a badly constructed, one-sided “negotiated settlement” that only served to perpetuate access to economic opportunities for the majority black people, thus black people still live as if Apartheid never ended.