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Afrikaans culture, globalism, and cultural genocide

This morning on Jerm Warfare, I was joined by Steve Hofmeyr and Dan Roodt for a conversation about Afrikaans culture.

As it turned out, there is a lot to cover, so we agreed to make this the first part in a series of such conversations.

Nevertheless, it was a great bit of banter, from wine farms to the definition of genocide to nationalism.

Cape independence?

The Cape Independence Advocacy Group was formed in 2020 to coordinate and support people and organisations working towards Cape independence. The group’s primary goal is bringing about a referendum in the Western Cape, with the end goal of secession from South Africa and forming a new sovereign state, with a government that better represents the people of The Cape of Good Hope.

How has lockdown affected farmers?

Theo de Jager is a farmer in Limpopo and the president of the World Farmers Organisation, and has been on Jerm Warfare before. He is one of the most uplifting and genuinely decent people with whom I’ve chatted, and his charisma is infectious.

The lockdown has certainly negatively affected South African farmers, but there is a light at the end of the borehole.

Advocate Leopard gets Bullied

She’s back and it’s her birthday!

What better way to start another day of lockdown than by Advocate Leopard being surrounded by two chauvinists who mansplain and drink a lot.

David Bullard and Erin Richards joined me this morning for a wonderful hour of banter with a few serious legal nuggets thrown in for good measure.

Told you so

Hugo Kruger is an ordinary South African like me, with an opinion on the virus and lockdown. However, he is extremely well-read and was infected with COVID-19.

Cyril and his goons

Journalists are expected to report accurately and they can’t even get that right, which is why alternative media is gaining traction around the world.

Gillian Benson is an advocate who has been vilified by sanctimonious Cyril-loving journalists like Karyn Maughan.

Break the law

Just me ranting about how the lockdown laws are unjust and should be ignored.

Most sane people should agree with me.

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