Mandela’s South Africa-Gated Neighborhoods and Flame Throwing Cars

Old video from before the 2010 World Cup:

How do the Afrikaaners deal?

Electric fence on top of walls

Electric fence on top of walls, of course.

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2 thoughts on “Mandela’s South Africa-Gated Neighborhoods and Flame Throwing Cars

  1. Projects like Orania have the right idea, but I suspect that too many Afrikaners are still addicted to cheap Black labor despite the pitfalls.

    It’s a great pity that Afrikaners face extinction. If they as a people stay in the land that has crafted them for four hundred years, they are likely to be slaughtered at worst, or assimilate at best. If they leave, they will assimilate into their new countries. Either way, no more Afrikaners.

    Personally, I would like to see them stay and fight for a separate land of their own. (Easy for me to say.) Is it better to fight for the existence of one’s nation and almost surely fail, or to flee and live a full life like mice in another country?

    • Whether or not its better depends on the situation. Can the Afrikaaners actually moun a defense of a geographic area? If they could physically do it, would the rest of the world let them? If they all emigrate, which some cannot afford, would they be better off, or just delaying the inevitable? What defines better off, anyway?

      I suspect SA is most of our futures, though you could make an argument for a Brazil scenario. That’s not much better.

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