True Landowners in South Africa

This opened my eyes

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I have attended meetings regarding colonialism and who has done what and is entitled to what in South Africa, addressed by various respected individuals including academics with high qualifications, that incline me to the view that everyone including these people are abysmally (perhaps wilfully) ignorant in respect of many important facts. One of the most ridiculous ailments is Colonialism Benefit Myopia* — an illogical inability to notice the benefits to settlers of all races that arose out of the colonial era in South Africa. For, according to the concise presentation below, only the San and Khoikhoi peoples are entitled to be regarded as truly indigenous. The rest, Black, White or Asian, are settlers.

PLEASE STUDY WHAT STANDS BELOW AS SET OUT BY D. LŐTTER, AND SEE HOW MUCH OF IT, IF ANYTHING,  CAN BE CORRECTED WITH PROVEN FACTS (NOT MYTH OR EMPTY RHETORIC).

“For anyone interested in history, or what…

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6 thoughts on “True Landowners in South Africa

  1. It certainly is interesting

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  2. Thank you for re-blogging. I am still waiting patiently for anyone to come forward with any facts and figures that will contradict this scenario.

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    1. Don’t hold your breath Lesley

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  3. Virginia Gardner 10/10/2018 — 00:57

    No doubt about the essay’s truth but dangerous to say so in these perilously anti-white, politically correct times.

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    1. I’m thinking that this is possibly one of the worst, most dangerous, cases of disinformation that has ever been foisted upon us.
      And worse, we have believed it!

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  4. I will check out the link.
    ((HUGS)))

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