By Veniece Janse van Rensburg
The youth will have to fight. Fight for South Africa. For fairness. For the preservation of Afrikaner culture and success. Against the order of injustice and with the mentality of sustainability.
Community federalism is a core objective for the freedom ideal of our Afrikaner people. I agree with mr. Joost Strydom of the Orania Movement, “freedom of thought and speech around the barbecue fire” is the first step.
“We keep the past in mind as we build our own future,” without the cultivation of any dependence.
Dear youth, there is no better soil or “greener grass” elsewhere. The Afrikaner’s land is in Southern Africa. And we have to thank the Lord for that, because there is no more land on the way.
The youth will have to break the cheap narrative of the government and restore the political structures so that equal opportunities and rights can continue for all South African citizens. Power must be devolved to the individuals, but for the benefit of the whole community. The government’s attempt to suppress the 9% white population must end. The youth will have to fight for every citizen and every farmer, because an excuse for the lies circulating in South Africa will not be found.
The overarching Solidarity Movement, which includes Solidarity and AfriForum Youth, involves the youth for the establishment of a sustainable Afrikaner mentality for the bitter figurative war that is already raging. Here we take responsibility for our future, ownership of our decisions and the hands of those willing to fight and build.
20,000 injustices will again be defeated by 470 youth members – 470 youths will once again be able to cry to God for help. These 470 youths, as strong as the 470 Voortrekkers. The Fatherland’s voice has called and it is being answered. Hundreds of youths already at work!
For the Afrikaner people and economy to move forward, our youth as a generation must be more vocation-driven and better educated than the previous generations. A task already in operation, so that the youth can learn. Learn from God and learn from the current and past generations. The youth should seize the opportunity to learn from the greatest mentors in South Africa. From Solidarity, AfriForum, Sol-Tech, Akademia, The Solidarity Helping Hand, Orania and many more.
Mutual recognition and respect are the foundation and Christian values the support. Safety requires freedom and the youth are self-responsible for establishing and contributing to that freedom.
We will achieve the image by fighting and building so that every Afrikaner can have a free, safe and prosperous future in their homeland and can be proud of their heritage and identity. Because my child, you may!
Dear youth, with your uprising for justice, comfort was rejected and progress was ensured for the Afrikaner freedom project.
The youth’s turn has come to restore South Africa. Your Afrikaner birthright is cherished and the government/ANC is not right for it.
I have already wondered what it would be like if one day I could show my children a photo of the 470 youth members for Afrikanership on a plot in the Northern Cape! But until then “I keep building, I keep learning, I keep courage and I keep trusting!”
“Be a hand that picks up, supports, builds and prays for me and your future in young South Africa.”
In the marrow of our bones. In our heart and soul and spirit, in our glory of our past, in our hope for what will be. In our will and work and walk, from our cradle to our grave – no other country shares our love, no other draws our allegiance.
Fatherland! We will bear the nobility of your name with honor: True and true as Afrikaners – children of South Africa. At your call we never say no, we always, always say yes: To live, to die – yes, we are coming, South Africa.
- Veniece Janse van Rensburg is a student in BSC Mathematical Sciences at Akademia.
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