In light of increasing violence in South Africa, Russian news has reported that 15,000 Afrikaners are attempting to move to southern Russia as refugees:
The descendants of the Dutch colonialists of Africa – the Boers – can migrate to the North Caucasus as refugees in the near future . Representatives of this people in the near future plan to visit Stavropol and find out how you can move to the region.
In the beginning of July, the delegation of the Boers headed by Dr. Jan Andrian Slebus is scheduled to visit in the North Caucasus, the Komsomolskaya Pravda was told by the press service of the Ombudsman’s Office in the Stavropol Territory. Guests from South Africa want to talk with the Cossacks, with the local population, Stavropol politicians and religious figures.
If the regional authorities approve and support the Stavropol Region, more than 15,000 Boers may be resettled from South Africa for farming, which is not acceptable for modern living conditions in their homeland. It is also planned that in the case of the success of the first batch of settlers, other Boers may settle in the Crimea , the Krasnodar Territory and the North Caucasus republics. (source)
The Afrikaners, known historically by many as Boers, are the descendants of Dutch mixed with Germanic and Western European peoples who immigrated and settled in South Africa during the 17th century and were primarily farmers. They fought extensively with the British for two centuries until the end of the Second Boer War in 1902, which brought about the formation of the Union of South Africa eight years later in 1910.
The Boers today make up with the British and other Europeans approximately 8%, or about 4 million people in South Africa, the Boers representing approximately 1.5 million. Increasingly, the government of South Africa, which has been under the control of the African National Congress, has been pushing for race-based laws against many of these people, saying that in order to “atone” for Apartheid, people of European descent can have their houses and assets seized and given over to the majority Bantu African people.
The situation is serious and has generated international attention. Naturally, it makes sense that many people of European descent would want to migrate to anywhere away from South Africa in light of what is becoming legalized racism.
But is racial persecution for being European the only issue here?
When I saw Lauren Simonsen (known by her celebrity name of Lauren Southern), Brittany Pettibone, Ezra Levant’s Rebel Media, and Katie Hopkins talking about this, it made me suspicious. After all, these people on the “right” have been pushing nationalism leading to militarism, and are tied to major funders such as Robert Shillman and the Horowitz clan, who are also tied to the military-industrial complex and the support of eugenics.
Stavropol is towards the northwest on the map.
As per the story, the Boers want to emigrate to the region of Stavropol. The above map shows the location of Stavropol in Russia, which is possibly the largest Russian city in mainland Russia before reaching the provincial areas that are predominately Muslim and filled with terrorism. Even Stavropol has been subjected to many terrorist attacks and is one of the most dangerous areas in Russia.
Why go there? South African Boers are, in theory, trying to escape terrorism and persecution from Bantu racists. Why go from there into an area filled with Islamic terrorism and, at the same time, is being encroached upon by Turkey as she makes increasingly aggressive manuvers against Russia in here attempts to revive the Ottoman Empire?
One may argue that it is because of the Caucasian Germans, who are descended from Volga Germans. During the communist takeover of Russia, Volga Germans Established their own Republic, the Volga German Autonomous Socialist Republic. However, this republic was on the northeastern area of the delta, well away from the Caucasus republics, and bordering Kazakhstan.
The Caucasus Germans, which have a presence since the early 19th century, took part with the German armies of World War I in aiding the Germans and the Turks in going into the Caucasus region to take control over oil supplies.
The political consequences of this event were serious and not something desired to be talked about. This is shown on Wikipedia with a comparison of the English and Russia articles. In the English version, it says that Germany went in to prevent the Ottoman Empire from taking oil supplies in Azerbaijan, which is where many Caucasus Germans settled even though it shows Germany and the Ottoman Empire as allied. However, in the Russian version, the title is “The Germano-Turkish Intervention in the Caucasus”.
What this shows is that the Germans used the presence of the Germanic peoples in the Caucasus, most likely drawing off of nationalist sentiments, to support Germany’s wars against Russia in the region with her Ottoman Ally.
In the Second World War, Germany again invaded Azerbaijan again, also for oil and with the support of the region and Turkey as a part of Operation Edelweiss. By 1941, the Soviet Union had deported all of the Caucasus Germans to Siberia.
In 1991, immediately following the fall of the Soviet Union, a group called Einung– Association of Germans In Georgia was established to support the remaining Germans and encourage German heritage in Georgia and the Caucasus region. It has since continued in the area.
Interestingly, the Boers of South Africa are not just moving to Russia. They are also moving to Georgia into the exact same region of the Caucasus Germans:
White farmers in South Africa are about to have their lands confiscated. The country’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa who was sworn in on 15 February said the other day he wanted to see ‘the return of the land to the people from whom it was taken … to heal the divisions of the past.’
“The expropriation of land without compensation is envisaged as one of the measures that we will use to accelerate redistribution of land to black South Africans.”
The parliament has already voted in favour of a motion that will begin the process of amending the country’s constitution to allow for land to be confiscated.
Although white South Africans only account for about 9 percent of the country’s population, they own a significant share of its agricultural lands.
However, the expropriation of lands is not the worst thing that can happen to white farmers in South Africa. Attacks on them are frequent, and there have been numerous murders as well. In a recent case, one of South Africa’s most renowned winemakers, Charles Back, was brutally attacked and nearly died.
Starting from 1994 when Nelson Mandela became the first black president of South Africa, marking the end of apartheid, many descendants of European colonists have left the country to seek a safer life elsewhere. Some of them have found a new home in Georgia. In June 2017, JAMnews journalists visited a family of Boers living in the Georgian region of Kvemo Kartli. (source)
When people speak about the Boer wars, they mostly speak of the first two. However, there was a conflict that took place in 1914 called the Maritz uprising. It was a rebellion by Boers against the newly formed Union of South Africa based on nationalism, in which the Boers, of which many supported Germany in the First World War due to a shared German heritage, did not want to partake of their newly formed government since it had British people in it, and the British were against the Germans in the War.
The rebellion was crushed, but the idea that the Boers, who had been separated from the European continent but still remaining Germanic peoples themselves, in the name of Boer nationalism and racism supported Germany for race-based reasons is what matters here. It should be no surprise that many South African Afrikaner nationalists also supported Hitler during World War II for the same reasons.
Germany has been silent on the entire migration to Russia and the Caucasus. However, it is doubtful that she has not taken notice of this.
It is curious that the Boer people, who supported Germany in World War I for race-based reasons, are moving into historically German-dominated areas in Russia and the Caucasus, which Germany then drew from in their wars against Russia during the 20th century. Especially at a time when Turkey is building railroads into Azerbaijan and Central Asia in an effort to promote pan-Turkism, that the Germans are re-militarizing, and that nothing is being discussed about this.
The entire idea that the “old wars” of the past has ceased and “terrorism” is the future of most wars is nonsense. Wars are fights over money and power, and while most wars will be waged through proxies using terrorism as a cover, the potential for a major, direct war like in the previous century is real and cannot be ignored as much as the patterns which lead up to the previous wars cannot be either.
And with all respect to the Boers, one cannot blame them for wanting to emigrate from South Africa. The situation really is awful and no man should be subject to the the threats and violence that they are. However, one must also understand that patterns of migration to not exist in isolation, and that migration today is being used as an active weapon to advance war and eugenics, such as with the “refugee crisis” in Germany.
As such, one must be vigilant, keeping watch to ensure that the lessons of the past are not forgotten and do not unexpectedly threaten the same horrors that once happened in the future yet again.
Listen, but watch Germany and Turkey. Their actions will speak louder than any words.