Volkstaat (Afrikaans for "People's state") is a proposal for the establishment of a homeland for Afrikaners. Outside a possible use of force, the South African Constitution and International Legislation present certain possibilities for the establishment of such a state. The South African regime declared that they would not support a Volkstaat, but "would do everything they could to ensure the protection of the Afrikaner language and culture". What a fine job they are doing.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Volkstaat in the Western Cape

Here is another map for a volkstaat, form African Crisis. This one was chosen by the author for strategic reasons. Every province but the Eastern Cape and KZN has now featured on a volkstaat map.

S.Africa: My Maps for a White Homeland In my previous post I mentioned the L-shaped piece of terrain which I thought whites could seize in the Cape. It is a small portion of the Cape. But it would be more than large enough to house a population of many millions of whites if need be. I thought what the heck, let me scan a map and draw the borders based on natural features - mountains and rivers which are nice and defensible and which would be an attacker's nightmare. This is pretty much in line with the sort of area I envisaged when I wrote my book. The map below is the small version of it so that you can see at a glance that I am referring to the very southern tip of S.Africa. The border I envisage as a minimum is the one drawn in red. As you can see it would cover the northern tips of ranges of mountains. Very defensible. The borders might be a bit long, but I think it would be very doable because many things in the Cape favour us. Then there's the question of Port Elizabeth. The blue line is an alternate border suggestion, which seizes some mountains and a river which runs to the north of Port Elizabeth which would give us a 2nd city - and a 3rd port! [2 Photos] S.Africa: My Maps for a White Homeland I thought I'd put up this huge, close-up version of the same map so you can see all the towns, rivers, roads and features of our country!! I was not too steady with my mouse so the border is a bit squiggly. For example I see Lambert's bay falls outside our northern boundary. We'll have to change it to include Lambert's bay dammit! I forgot... our country would include the Koeberg Nuclear power station! You will see it also includes some nice railway lines which run north along the west coast, and east along the southern coast. As you can see, our country doesn't have any of those rubbish ANC names. All the names have been changed by our parliament in Cape Town back to what they were! I hope the spooks show my map to President Mbeki when next National Intelligence briefs him! Hehehe. Jan



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