Tag: Oppenheimer

The Jewish Take-Over Of South Africa

In the 19th century the British fought wars to subject the Boer states to British Rule. In 1948, the Boers took power democratically, with the election of the National Party. In the 1960s the government of Hendrik Verwoerd took power and implemented the formal separate but equal policies in South Africa. These policies made South Africa the economically strongest nation in Africa, and gave the blacks in South Africa (and the whites) the highest standards of living of any African nation. Verwoerd’s policies had two main opponents. One was a Jew named Harry Oppenheimer, the other a Jew named Anton …

Changing The Future – The Verwoerd Assassination

Changing The Future – The Verwoerd Assassination

By Mike Smith

Dr. Verwoerd took South Africa to heights as never seen before and probably will never see again. South Africa was economically, militarily and politically at its peak under the nationalist government of Dr. Verwoerd. Dr. Verwoerd was no ordinary man. In his book “At last we have got our country back” G.H. Calpin wrote of Dr. Verwoerd. “He was the kind of man who might instinctively have invited the dislike of some for the sheer mathematical brilliance of his intellect. He had the mind of a computer”. There is never a shortage of inferior minds jealous of …

Custer’s Last Stand

Custer’s Last Stand

The White Race is being pushed into its last stand. Whether it will end in a feeble whimper or a heroic confrontation remains to be seen. General Phillip H. Sheridan is credited with the observation that “the only good Indian is a dead Indian.” In July of 1874 he sent Lt. Col. George A. Custer on a special mission to wage war against the Plains Indians who had been raising havoc with the White settlers moving West. Gold had been discovered in the Black Hills of South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. Emigration to the West was on the increase as …

Jews And Communism In South Africa – Part 4

For the most part, the Jews had come to South Africa from Lithuania at the turn of the century. They had been popular at first, but by the mid-1930`s this was no longer the case. The Jews had become heavily urbanized. In Johannesburg, they constituted 17 per cent of the population and were sufficiently conspicuous so that the metropolis was sometimes referred to, not as Jo burg, but as Jewburg. They aroused envy and some rancor during the years of depression because they controlled a large part of the business of Johannesburg and other cities. Anti-Semitism was fed by the …