White Man: The Story of Your Disowned Kin Deserted to Forces of Savagery in Africa & A Warning to America
“To those readers in North America, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, I give you AmaBhulu, the story of your disowned kin deserted to the forces of savagery in Africa; sentenced to death on the altar of the guilty conscience of Europe and North America in the matters of Colonialism and Slavery. To those in South Africa, it is the story of who you are.”Physicist, historian and author Harry Booyens
Introduced by Sally-Ann Lowe: AmaBhulu [The White Men]: The Birth and Death of the Second America by Harry Booyens
Let’s not forget too that one third of Rhodesians were Afrikaners who originated in South Africa, their mother country. Rhodesians lost their nation, gone forever into the Chinese colony of Zimbabwe Ruins, regardless of whether they stayed or left.
“As a reluctant author, I have felt forced to create AmaBhulu in response to the savagery and abuse besetting South Africa in the 21st century. If the Western media had exhibited professional balance in the matter of that tortured country, there would have been less need for this work. However, almost 60 years of slanted reporting has created a desperate need for the broader South African story, properly substantiated by evidence.
Creating this work consumed seven years and took me to the smallest of villages in Europe and out of the way places in South Africa. As I followed the bread crumbs of information on the trail of history, it turned into a journey of discovery in several domains. Perhaps I even discovered my true self.”Harry Booyens
Harry discovered many original sources with information and stories not even known to most Boers. Harry Booyens is an internationally recognized, multiple award winning Ph.D Defense & Aerospace physicist. Originally from South Africa, with a 360-year bloodline in that country, he lives with his family on the forested slopes outside Vancouver, Canada. He applies his lifetime of research and interpretive skills to History and Genealogy, and writes with factual accuracy and engaging style on these subjects. Compelling evidence is a trademark of his work and has won him a number of awards.
AmaBhulu – the white men – is a 400,000-word formal history of South Africa in 30 chapters. One third of the work comprises extended vignettes written in the present tense to create immediacy. These follow a selection of the author’s ancestral family lines through that history from their origins in 17th century New York, Europe, Indonesia and Africa—all ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances—indigenes, slaves, frontiersmen and fighter pilots.
They are variously banned to tropical islands, thrown in dungeons and killed with poisoned arrows. Their families are massacred and impaled by despotic black kings. Their relatives die in huge numbers in British concentration camps. Their [White] friends are enslaved by the Moors. Some go in search of the legendary land of Monomotapa. Yet others rescue shipwrecked 18th Century Americans. Some fight in the skies over Europe. From the 1950s the author himself witnesses the catastrophe in the making that is South Africa.
As an Afrikaner, the author’s family ancestors at the Cape of Good Hope include Eva Krotoa, indigenous Hottentot interpreter to the first commander in 1652, as well as Angela, a slave in the commander’s household. The immigrant founding father of the Afrikaner nation in 1657 is an ancestor. The author’s DNA, a 360-year bloodline in the country, his direct personal exposure to the everyday realities of the country, and his professional background in research and evidentiary fact position him well as author of a work of this nature and scope.
AmaBhulu is not just another book about Afrikaners by a journalist, politician, sociologist or history professor; it is the history of Africa’s White Tribe as experienced by 12 generations of real Afrikaners themselves—men and women who had hopes and dreams and families, and who had to make their way through the painful history of one of the most unique and misunderstood places on Earth.
The work opens in 1652 with young Eva on the Cape beach. It closes with the author taking the oath of loyalty to the British Queen—the country of his father lost to him forever. The work comprises several hundred photos and graphics, with extensive evidentiary notes and references for the quite understandably incredulous.
Today many in the country still want to make it work. But that will take a radical change in the government from the top to the bottom; change that could never happen without firm international pressure. It will also require honest introspection on the part of the Western Media in respect of its reporting on South Africa over a period of at least six decades; reporting so intensely and consistently slanted that it has exposed a Western Christian nation to genocide.
The following two interviews with Harry Booyens are highly recommended and extremely interesting, in particular, 1) for Americans, and 2) for South Africans
In this interview with The New American magazine’s Alex Newman, South African engineer, historian and author Dr. Harry Booyens explains the many eerie parallels between the communist takeover of South Africa and the ongoing effort to bring down America.
The historical parallels between the Afrikaner/Boer nation and Americans go back centuries, as documented in Booyens’ book AmaBhulu: The Birth and Death of the Second America. Booyens predicted the assault on statues in America many years ago, because he knew what had happened in his native South Africa.
Today, Christian descendants of Europeans in South Africa are a small, endangered minority in the nation that their forefathers built. Americans will be next if this continues.
2) Revealing historical evidence that White South Africans did not ‘steal the land’ (first half), and the absolute necessity to achieve Secession but to do it correctly (second half) and a necessary scolding from a wise elder, and just to enjoy listening to a fascinating, articulate and totally honest individual who does not mince words about the future for White South Africans, what must and must not be done, spoken from a Boer heart who cares for his people. Interview with Scott of Loving Life channel.
Scott is a South African living in Australia whose channel is aimed at South Africans providing them with the facts and to expose the fake news: