The Truth Hurts.

Politics and History

by Hannes Wessels South African billionaire Johann Rupert is in terrible trouble with his countrymen over comments recently made in a television interview. Eschewing political correctness Rupert committed a cardinal crime by telling the truth, causing nation-wide outrage across racial divides, by suggesting all is not well in the ‘Rainbow Nation’ under the ANC rule […]

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Global Warming; Trump And The Usual Suspects To Blame

PostBox

  by Hannes Wessels   “World must triple efforts or face catastrophic climate change,” screamed the Guardian earlier this week, while warning that if emissions are allowed to continue rising, the world will experience “sea-level rises, droughts, floods and other extreme weather events.” Pope Francis, in a thinly veiled attack on the usual suspects – the […]

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Eeben Barlow

White Africans Are Not Allowed To Save Black Africans

Reviews

  by Hannes Wessels I fear not enough people are likely to read Colonel Eeben Barlow’s book ‘Executive Outcomes: Against All Odds’, which offers a detailed account of his eventful life as a crack South African soldier, spy and covert operative, followed by his exploits as head of the potent private military company he created […]

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Africa Destroyed; Poster-Child for Liberalism

Politics and History

  by Hannes Wessels The continental catastrophe that has engulfed Africa may go down in history as the greatest, politically motivated, human calamity of all time. Hundreds of millions of poverty-stricken people are getting poorer while an ever diminishing, tiny elite get richer and richer. Central authority in most countries is dissipating, legal strictures introduced […]

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The Sam Curran Story

Sport

by Hannes Wessels Desperate to seek relief from deep despondency over the recent Zimbabwe elections, I reached out to cricket and my prayers were answered. I thrilled to the sight of young Sam Curran ripping through the Indian top-order with pace, skill and guile and then hitting a heroic 63 to save England from defeat. […]

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