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    And Whilst the Whole World is Looking at King Football...

    A column to OPS by yours truly.

    And whilst the whole world is looking at King Football…
    Posted on 02 July 2010

    …we don’t notice all the shenanigans that are going on in the background. Two weeks ago, the Swedish government announced that it would retreat from the Nuclear power phase-out. In this day and age, it is of course true that with an ever-growing population consuming ever more, it is necessary to find efficient and alternative power-sources that do not put a strain on our Mother Jorth. Considering the issue of deep repositories, and other methods of storing nuclear waste, Sweden is taking an interesting route indeed…

    But they are not the only ones who are abusing the pink (and otherwise coloured, oversized and ugly) goggles folk from all around the globe are sporting as they are engaging in a quadri-ennial rush of celebration called FIFA World Cup. Let’s take a brief look at the host country:

    Everyone is so proud of South Africa, how a supposedly derelict African nation is able to organise such a grand-scale sporting event. Unlike many others, I still read my daily newspaper to inform myself. I read columns about the aftermath of Apartheid still having an adverse affect upon the Black population and all that nonsense. What I don’t read about however is the plight and discrimination that especially the Afrikaans-speaking part of the population (but also English-speaking Whites) is suffering.

    And I’m not even talking about the fact that the national anthem played during last year’s Confed Cup featured ten of the official eleven languages, except Afrikaans. Nor am I talking of the fact that quotas for minimum Black players exist for the Springboks (SA’s national rugby team), whilst the only White (Matthew Booth) that was accepted into the footie squad is married to a Black woman, with the only Afrikaans native speaker in the entire squad being curiously a Cape Coloured (Steven Pienaar).

    This February, the ANC student leader, Julius Malema, held an emotional and inciting speech in which he called for purging of Afrikaner-owned farms and urged to “kill the Boer!”, Zimbabwean style. It didn’t take long until these threats became reality with the savage murder of right-wing politician and Afrikaner-rights activist Eugène Terre’Blanche in April, also a fervent poet and playwright, part of whose work was once prescribed reading in schools in the former Cape Province. The official version is that it was about unpaid wages, but I’m not too sure. Not to forget about 17-year old Anika Smit, a a girl whose only crime was to be white, who was savagely murdered in her own home in March, not two weeks after Malema’s speech.

    Doesn’t matter anyway. I am in regular contact with numerous South-Africans, both ex-pats and those that still hold out. They tell me that robbery, violence, rape and other crimes against the White population, including murder, are as much of the daily routine as children playing on the streets. But for some reason, we are made to be blind about this, and for years I was myself of the naïve belief that today’s South Africa was still the idyllic southern country of my stepfather’s youth that he would always muse about. If anything, you were taught in schools about how oppressive and racist the Apartheid regime were.

    After all – exactly how many people in our countries are aware of the fact that more than a million White South Africans – almost 20% of White South Africans, English- or Afrikaans-speaking – have fled the country in a hurry since 1994, oft citing violent and racially motivated crime as their reason? Exactly how many people are aware of their membership in the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples organisation? Ask your family and friends, and they’ll all meet you with confusion, because that is not common currency at all.

    And to think we’re still concerned for the possible fate of the North Korean squad after their dismal display, that they might be put into penal camps; whilst at the same time our ethnic brothers are treated to crimes that’d make the UN and the newspapers scream “genocide” in every other part of the world, happening in all those cities we now only ever see the stadia of. That counts as much for Cape Town as for Mangaung, Tshwane and Nelson Mandela Bay (which older generations will still know as Bloemfontein, Pretoria and Port Elizabeth; respectively). So next time you switch on your TV think twice about exactly what you’re consuming. Watch the World Cup all you wish, association football is an exciting sport, but be conscious it’s not all gold that shines.

    The teams I supported – being those Germanic-majority nations who still represented their respective country’s traditional ethnic make up: New Zealand (i.e. the appropriately named “All Whites”) and Denmark – are already out of the competition anyway, so I’m between supporting my ancestral Germany or indeed the virtuous (and largely, homogeneous) Spanish team. I’m sure though if the multi-ethnic German squad take the trophy, this’ll be heralded as a victory for multiculturalism, but that’s a different topic … perhaps for a different week.

    In the meantime, bear with me and feel free to watch the final – if you still can.
    -In kalte Schatten versunken... /Germaniens Volk erstarrt / Gefroren von Lügen / In denen die Welt verharrt-
    -Die alte Seele trauernd und verlassen / Verblassend in einer erklärbaren Welt / Schwebend in einem Dunst der Wehmut / Ein Schrei der nur unmerklich gellt-
    -Auch ich verspüre Demut / Vor dem alten Geiste der Ahnen / Wird es mir vergönnt sein / Gen Walhalla aufzufahren?-

    (Heimdalls Wacht, In kalte Schatten versunken, stanzas 4-6)

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    Thank you for a realistic unbiased opinion. Your insight in the boer/white suffering is commendable.
    As a boer that fled SA two years ago next week, I am proud of the World Cup Finals. I am proud of the first world stadiums. I am proud of the visible policing. I am proud of the legal process during this momentous occasion. I am proud to admit that I never expected the celebrations to be a success and of the fact that I was wrong about this whole thing. BUT....
    I still worry about beautiful stadiums that will be unused, unkept and vandalised (read 'recycled' to build shacks). I worry about millions of people that will realize after the final match that they got absolutely nothing out of this tournament despite the promises of jobs and short term prosperity. I am worried that these millions of people will turn on their old 'enemy' and current soft targets - the whites - because the visible policing policy is only in force during the duration of the tournament, then everything will return back to the chaos that once was. I am worried that the old arch terrorist will die shortly as the bugger is ancient and quite sickly and that this would be used by the loose canons in the ANC to increase the powerbase of the Communist Party with violence Africa style and I am worried that I will not be able to help my compatriots.

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