Category Archives: Africa

South Africa: Boer Youth Attend Military Training Camps To Prepare For Race War

Twenty years have now passed since the tragic decision was made to entrust South Africa’s government to the whims of semi-feral Negroes, and the situation could now hardly be any worse for the embattled Whites of that once-prosperous land. The … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, American South, Anti-White, Multiculturalism, Negroes, South Africa, Southern Nationalism, United States, White Survivalism, Zimbabwe | 20 Comments

Defending Jared Taylor

My podcast where I defend Jared Taylor against a Youtube attack by the bloated Manosphere blogger Jordan Owen. Very strong language once again. The original video I’m refuting.

Posted in Africa, HBD, White Nationalism | 9 Comments

Black History Month 2015: The Prophecy of Nongqawuse

Now that we are officially in Black History Month 2015, here’s a timely excerpt from Martin Meredith’s new book, The Fortunes of Africa: “After eight frontier wars, Xhosa resistance against white colonial rule was nearly at an end. Often divided … Continue reading

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South Africa Faces Power Crisis and Blackouts

By their fruits you shall know them. Twenty years after the downfall of apartheid and the official launch of the “Rainbow Nation,” South Africa is struggling to keep the lights on, life expectancy has sunk to Somalian levels, it has … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Negroes, Race Relations, South Africa | 42 Comments

In Nigeria, Boko Haram Slaughters Thousands

While the attention of the world is focused on the slaughter at Charlie Hebdo in Paris, I think it is worth bringing up here the latest accomplishment of the Islamic terrorist group in Nigeria, Boko Haram, which made world news … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Diversity, Islam, Negroes, Nigeria, Religion | 16 Comments

Review: Congo: The Epic History of a People

David van Reybrouck’s Congo: The Epic History of a People is a longwinded narrative that attempts to avoid the pitfalls of “Eurocentrism” in conventional historical accounts by telling the story of the Democratic Republic of Congo through “living witnesses” to its … Continue reading

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The Simba Rebellion

We’re now several years into independence in the Democratic Republic of Congo: “Mama Lungeni saw the rebels come to town. In early August of 1964 they took Stanleyville. The stronghold of Lumumba and Gizenga was theirs once more. They went … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2014: Papa Macías, The Pol Pot of Africa

Equatorial Guinea It wouldn’t be right to let Black History Month 2014 pass here without paying tribute to Francisco Macías Nguema of Equatorial Guinea. Dubbed the “Dachau of Africa,” Nguema began his notorious reign in Equatorial Guinea with fiery speeches … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2014: The White Man’s Burden

Third World I stumbled across this book in the course of trying to find out the total amount of money that the West has spent on foreign aid to Haiti. Since the 1950s, it turns out that the West has … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Foreign Policy, Haiti, History, Negroes, Race Relations | 9 Comments

Grand Hotel Mozambique

Mozambique H/T Robert Campbell Any questions?

Posted in Africa, Mozambique, Negroes | 108 Comments