Why do so called Experts on South Africa, ignore the People's War?

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  1. scarlet witch

    scarlet witch Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    scarlet witch Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    And here's the reason why people in the west will disregard everything in the previous video, especially in the end when he warns South Africa is the canary in the coalmine.... :lol: demoralisation.



    I actually saw the 2013 one which is 13 mins, but the one above cuts out the important part nicely.

    Honestly some days I want to shake Scott Morrison and tell him to get a clue... especially when he announced "I won't be distracted by culture wars" :lol: completely ignoring the threat... just dismiss it as if it is no threat...demoralisation Australia you are already there.
     
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    The responses of the Khoisan peoples to the Dutch at the Cape of Good Hope in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries have generally been dismissed summarily by historians. This article attempts to place their reactions into the broader framework of the receptivity of Late Stone Age society in South Africa to cultural innovation, and suggests that the usual dichotomy drawn between the rapid disintegration of the pastoral Khoi in the face of the Dutch settlers and the fierce resistance of the San hunter-gatherers is an oversimplification. There was little to distinguish cattleless Khoi from San, or San who had acquired cattle from Khoi, and both processes were at work both during and before the Dutch period in South Africa. The belief that the Khoi ‘willingly’ bartered away their cattle for ‘mere baubles’ is challenged, and it is maintained that the violence which punctuated every decade of the eighteenth century, and which culminated in the so-called ‘Bushman Wars’, were in large measure the Khoisan response to their prior dispossession by the Boers. On the other hand, the readiness of the Khoisan to acculturate to both the Dutch and the Bantu-speaking intruders, their relatively small population and loose social organization, meant that their ethnic identity virtually disappeared. Nevertheless their responses were more complex than is generally realized and resemble those of other colonized peoples. They were also to have a profound influence on the attitudes towards whites of Bantu-speakers on the Cape's eastern and northern frontiers in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
     
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    Oppression of Khoikhoi and Xhosa



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    (notice the braided hair,
    typical of israelites)

    The hunger for land is a central theme of southern African history from the 17th century onwards. It generated conflict, sparked off wars and displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

    Expansion


    The first Europeans in southern Africa confined themselves at first to the western part of the region, centring their activities on the Cape of Good Hope. Here the Dutch East India Company was established in 1652. Gradually the Dutch colony expanded north and east, displacing, in the first instance, the oldest known inhabitants of this region, the Khoikhoi (referred to by the Dutch as 'hottentots').

    Tradition denied


    The Khoikhoi were part of a larger group called the Khoisan, spread across southern Africa, sharing much of the same language. The San branch were hunter gatherers; the Khoikhoi were herdsmen. As a whole, the Khoisan needed large amounts of land in order to hunt and graze their cattle. The Dutch refused to recognise their traditional grazing and hunting rights.
     
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    the portuguese were the first to invade the cape, 100 years prior to the dutch invaders.

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    The Khoikhoi and !Kung peoples also lived south of the Limpopo in Natal, Orange Free State and Transvaal. When the Nguni peoples, ancestors of the Zulus, Ndebele, Sotho and Swazi entered the land, they killed every man, woman and child. But Pocs killing Pocs is 'just one of those things,' isn't it.
     
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    scarlet witch Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I'm sorry what is a Poc?

    I have posted a video in a thread about the live burning of a mother, her toddler & older child who were part of the Brown people (Cape Coloureds or Khoi & San) below is also a letter from the Khoi and San to the EFF in this thread... let me see if I can find it.

    But certainly you are very much on your own if you think I condone this horrific killing,

    https://www.facebook.com/StopWhiteG...opia-issues-white-paper-to-/1992570424137933/

    Here is the thread link http://www.politicalforum.com/index...-on-the-threat-to-burn-white-students.568456/
     
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    POC is Person of Color. It's a politically correct term for anybody who isn't White. I was replying to Esau.
     
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    so youre playing your "white saviour card"

    that doesnt really work when you have got to travel half way around the globe to play it. feudalism and civil war has been going on for the longest is generally settled by the warring factions and not some guy with a hidden agenda, although the latter tactic did indeed become the go to method of caucusasians in their quest for world DOOMinance.
     
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    the white genocide in SA is Neo nazi propaganda, they claim that there was nobody in sa when they (neo nazis) invaded.

    Oppression of Khoikhoi and Xhosa



    [​IMG]
    (notice the braided hair,
    typical of israelites)

    The hunger for land is a central theme of southern African history from the 17th century onwards. It generated conflict, sparked off wars and displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

    Expansion


    The first Europeans in southern Africa confined themselves at first to the western part of the region, centring their activities on the Cape of Good Hope. Here the Dutch East India Company was established in 1652. Gradually the Dutch colony expanded north and east, displacing, in the first instance, the oldest known inhabitants of this region, the Khoikhoi (referred to by the Dutch as 'hottentots').

    Tradition denied


    The Khoikhoi were part of a larger group called the Khoisan, spread across southern Africa, sharing much of the same language. The San branch were hunter gatherers; the Khoikhoi were herdsmen. As a whole, the Khoisan needed large amounts of land in order to hunt and graze their cattle. The Dutch refused to recognise their traditional grazing and hunting rights.
     
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    this dude "scarlet witch" is posting facebook blogs as evidence of SA history and politics, smh. the greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing everyone he wasnt the devil.
     
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    scarlet witch Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I have him on ignore for trolling reasons :lol:
     

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