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Defending God’s Truth in Church Doctrine and Political History – Renette Vermeulen
Secret Societies Control the Rise and Fall of Empires
PART 4: AFTERMATH OF THE BOER WAR; POVERTY AND DEPRIVATION
Above: APPAULING PROVERY AND HOPELESSNESS WERE THE RESULT OF BRITIAN’S WAR ON CIVILLIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA
· THE NEW WORLD ORDER IS IN GREAT POLITICAL NEED OF HOLOCAUSTS
· AT LAST, A PRETENCE OF PEACE!
· GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES OF THIS WAR: BRITAIN’S ANNIHILATION AND THE CHIVALRY OF TWO GENERALS
· WHAT HAPPENED TO BRITAIN’S ‘COMPENSATION FUNDS?’
· STOCKHOLM SYNDROME: DEATH CAMPS WERE “MERELY A MISTAKE”
· The British despised Africans and Afrikaners alike
· CONCENTRATION CAMP STARVATION SPREAD A GREAT CLAMBERING FOR JOBS
· THE STARVING MEN PROTESTED
· THE DEADLY DUO: LOUIS BOTHA AND JAN SMUTS
· FIERCE INDUSTRIAL ACTION
· De La Rey had to Subdue the Furious Protesters
· Botha and Smuts forbade De La Rey to Infuriate the Afrikaners
· DE LA REY WAS “ASSASSINATED TO DEBUNK THE REBELLION,” AFRIKANERS SAID
· The Foster Gang was known as the ‘Motorbike Bandits’
· General Beyers was drowned in the Vaal River
· Smuts called Christiaan De Wet “a Prince and a Great Man”
THE NEW WORLD ORDER IS IN GREAT POLITICAL NEED OF HOLOCAUSTS
There is a definite purpose to the many tragic holocausts of modern history! Britain’s indescribable holocaust in the two Boer Republics during the Anglo Boer War was no coincidence. In their quest to enslave the entire world to their ultimate control and dictatorship, the New World Order is in great need of holocausts, which they first began during the Second ‘Boer’ War.
Dr. John Coleman explained the covert structures and operations of the New World Order in his book, ‘The Committee of 300.’ He wrote, “Worldwide, [political/religious] secret societies such as masonic orders are all linked and under the jurisdiction of the Jewish Cabalists, the top masonic structure of superrich Jews, who manipulate the International Monetary System, interest rates, the price of oil... The Cabalists and all their other masonic branches control the United Nations as well as political dictators. The Cabalists, [through their intricate global network of secret societies,] caused the civil and world wars, and the political upheaval in every country.”
Dr. Coleman calls the Jewish Cabalists “the modern-day Global Planners of every earthly event… The name, New World Order… is perceived as a Development of the Future, which is not the case; the New World Order is past and present… The [superrich, super-powerful] Oppenheimers of South Africa are much bigger ‘heavyweights’ than the Rockefellers. For instance, in 1981 Harry Oppenheimer, chairman of the giant Anglo American Corporation that controls gold and diamond mining, sales and distribution in the world, stated that he was about to launch into the north American banking market. He promptly invested 10 billion dollar... The only other company to rival Oppenheimer in the field of precious metals and minerals was Consolidated Gold Fields of SA, but he took control of it with a 28% stake… Thus, gold, diamonds, platinum, titanium, tantalite, copper, iron ore, uranium and 52 other metals and minerals… passed into the hands of the Committee of 300, [a mighty, super-wealthy, secret society that knows no national boundaries and obeys no laws.]
“Thus was the vision of one of the earlier South African members of the Committee of 300, [freemason/illuminist] Cecil John Rhodes fully realized, a vision which started with the spilling of the blood of thousands upon thousands of white [and non-white] farmers and their families in South Africa [during the Anglo Boer War…] While the [masonic rulers of the] United States stood by with folded hands, this small nation was subjected to the most vicious war of genocide in history… There is no entity the Committee cannot reach and control… Its directorate is composed of British-American establishment figures who feature prominently in other organizations such as the CFR, NATO, the Club of Rome, the Trilateral Commission, Freemasonry, Skull and Bones, Bilderberger Society, Round Table, Milner Society and the Jesuits-Aristotle Society…”
Shockingly, there is not a single secret society or other political and religious structure that is not under the control of the ‘all seeing eye’ at the peak of this global, underwater iceberg, the Jewish Sanhedrin.
AT LAST, A PRETENCE OF PEACE!
In May 1902, with the Peace Treaty at Vereeniging, Lord Kitchener, (Senior Grand Warden of the United Grand Lodge of England in 1896,) Cecil John Rhodes, and their other English and traitor Afrikaner masonic brothers finally won the ‘Boer’ War. Even by massively outnumbering the Afrikaners on the battlefield, the British and their Allies could not conquer the Boers man-to-man. To submit the peoples of the two young Republics to their rule, they had to use their well-planned, communist, scorched earth policy. This civilian-targeted strategy consisted of the total destruction of all flourishing Afrikaner agriculture, bulk displacement of both white and non-white populations, and on mass dispossession, incarceration, and starvation. As the Jewish Cabalists, (the “all-seeing eye” of rulers at the top of the worldwide pyramid of secret societies) had planned, by the end of the war, Britain’s many secret masonic workers, (like superrich double British/Afrikaner agent Sammy Marks,) had successfully plunged two entire Republics in chaos, death, destruction, and in the grip of severe poverty. It is therefore no surprise that their clandestine masonic brother General Jan Smuts proudly declared that they would [literally] baptize South Africans in fire and blood!
The vast majority of Afrikaner and African peoples lost everything.
Self-exiled or rather, fleeing freemason Denys Reitz wrote from Madagascar, “Nothing could have proved more clearly how nearly the Boer cause was spent than these starving, ragged men clad in skins or sacking, their bodies covered in sores, from lack of salt [vitamins] or food, and their appearance was a great shock to us, who came from the better-conditioned forces in the Cape."
With the Peace Treaty at Vereeniging, Afrikaners had to sign allegiance to England’s masonic King Edward V11, (Deputy Grand Master of [the lodge of] England, 1874-1891,) his heirs and successors.
Many Afrikaners refused to pledge allegiance to the British monarchy and were deported to, or remained detained in concentration camps in British colonies abroad. Some managed to escape and make their way back to the two defeated Republics. It is told that “a group of POWs from Ceylon swam to a passing Russian ship and eventually reached South Africa via Russia, Germany, the Netherlands, and Namibia.” Others willingly chose to remain in exile. Most of those who refused the oath died and were buried overseas.
Tragically, Britain excluded non-white South Africans from the peace-negotiations of 1902. The British Empire still had slight sympathy for African soldiers who joined Britain’s war against their own country; for those who stuck with the Afrikaners, they had none.
Britain eagerly amalgamated the Orange Free State and the ZAR (or Transvaal) with Natal and the Cape Colony to form a united South Africa. In terms of finances, loss of life, and in esteem among great nations such as France, Germany, the Netherlands, America, and China, this had been a time-consuming and costly war for Britain. To compensate for their great financial losses and dented status, the English now intended to pursue the “British Cause” aggressively. This meant they would not waste time in turning these Republics, as they have already done with the Cape and Natal colonies, into another united ‘Little Britain.’
In every conquest, the victor takes it all. In the end, peace treaties are not worth the paper on which they were written. The victor always gets to write and rewrite the country’s history, redefine the country’s heroes, culture and laws, and rename and restructure the country and its peoples according to personal preferences. As a result, the ironfisted British government flooded the Republics with English immigrants as during their numerous occupations in the years before the war. With the intention of robbing the conquered peoples of South Africa of their national pride, languages, and cultures, they began to turn the whole of South Africa into yet another English-speaking colony. They shipped thousands upon thousands of English politicians, bankers, business owners and managers, doctors, nurses, lawyers, judges, army and police officers, and teachers to their youngest colony to first overrun and then submit the government, economy, and the whole of South African society to the British crown.
GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE BOER WAR: BRITAIN’S ANNIHILATION AND THE CHIVALRY OF TWO GENERALS
Despite all the humiliation, loss, and tragedy that were forced upon the citizens of the two Republics, the chivalry and bravery of the farmer fighters and ordinary citizens, (whites as well as non-whites,) who fell and suffered on the Boers’ side during this war, should move every South African to national pride and admiration.
Among the war generals, commanders such as Christiaan de Wet and Koos de la Rey were such gentlemanly masterminds on the battlefield that “the U.S. Army uses several of their case studies from the Boer War to teach ethics in combat.” – [Wikipedia.] These generals carefully calculated their guerrilla assaults to minimize personal losses while hitting the enemy in man-to-man combat on the battlefield, while destroying their supplies. As early as 1919, the Irish Revolutionary leader Michael Collins, during the Irish War of Independence, studied the guerrilla tactics of De la Rey and De Wet to plan his assault on his British oppressors. Accordingly, his “flying columns” launched effective attacks on the British and then disappeared to frustrate the enemy greatly, steadily wearing down English resistance.
However, (and I say this with great disgust and sadness,) international interest in this war extends way beyond the brilliant defense of those two generals. The Boer War became the one-world government’s first premeditated, national holocaust under the crushing heel of Great Britain. In opposition, Boer military resistance became the template for all modern, and especially post World War Two guerrilla warfare. Both these extremely effective examples of civilian devastation and civilian defiance were caused by Britain's inhumane imperialist expansion in South Africa. Tragically, these two war-strategies had, and still have a profound impact on the way modern wars are waged.
It is a grizzly thought that, before the war started, secret masonic orders from both sides of the war could have sat down together and meticulously planned the entire ‘Boer War Experiment’ on a drawing board! This assumption is not far-fetched, giving the fact that Britain’s ‘Boer’ War in South Africa was increasingly copied and magnified in 20th century communist holocausts, incalculable civilian suffering, and since the Boer war, in all indiscriminate terrorism on unarmed civilians.
The following study of the Boer War best summarized the brutal onslaught of Britain on the peoples of South Africa. It declares, “When discussing the Boer War, one cannot skip over the brutality the British used against its white [and non-white] enemies in South Africa. Concentration camps were havens for disease, malnutrition, and persecution. Individual rights did not exist and women and children were raped, abused, and forced into labor for the British government. No one knows the real extent of abuse, though it is clear that Boer War atrocities did not compare to those perpetrated by Hitler or Stalin in scope or ferocity. However, it is important to note that concentration camps developed under British auspices… also illustrated by the Boer War is that while European states were quite unwilling to go to war against each other over African territories… the powers had no difficulties slaughtering [Afrikaner and] African populations for their own national benefit…” - [www.sparknotes.com/history/European…]
Additionally, every one of those whom Britain condemned as ‘Boer sympathizers’ and so-called British ‘traitors,’ (such as Cornelis Broeksma, who could not endure passively watching women, children, and the elderly being tortured to death in concentration camps,) deserves a medal of the highest order for their unselfish bravery. Such so-called ‘traitors and sympathizers’ were duly incarcerated, dispossessed, and executed. Among these heroes were immigrants who had to remain completely ‘neutral’ during the war, and Afrikaners from the Cape colony and Natal, who defied the British nonetheless. As Natal and the Cape colony were under British jurisdiction, even after the war, the brave fighters from these colonies, amongst others, were arrested and executed for treason. Furthermore, the families of ‘sympathizers’ did not receive any compensation for the loss of their farms and homes, which Britain confiscated as punishment for ‘treason.’
WHAT HAPPENED TO BRITAIN’S ‘COMPENSATION FUNDS?’
The highest price of war is always the huge loss of life – and the sorrow and strife of those who are left behind to pick up the pieces in a land where nothing is left of their former lives.
The Republics of the Orange Free State and the Zuid Africaansche Republic lost their independence and were placed under British control.
The immeasurable amount of gold and diamonds that belonged to the two Republics was now in the greedy hands of the British crown, and in the bloodstained hands of gluttonous mining magnates such as Cecil John Rhodes, and the war financiers of the British crown, Barney Barnato, Alfred Beit, and Lionel Phillips. These very evil men actually had the audacity to finance this genocidal massacre of old men, women, and children with gold and diamonds that belonged to the peoples of the two Republics.
Completely displaced and dispossessed in true communist fashion, Afrikaners and Africans returned from the battlefield and from British concentrations camps at home and abroad to face homelessness and hopeless poverty. None of their fruit trees, poisoned by British troops, were ever to grow again. The British had butchered all their first-class livestock in the most inhumane way, destroyed all their expensive carts, wagons, and other possessions, and obliterated “an estimated” 34,000 homesteads with all the furniture; servant quarters, stables, barns, pens, sheds and farming equipment.
The South African Military History Society reports, “In terms of the [Peace] Treaty, the British Government would have made £3 million available to cover the resettlement program [of displaced, uprooted, and dispossessed farmers,] and another £3 million in interest-free loans to rebuild the torched homesteads and outbuildings. They promised to provide implements and seeds to landowners to rebuild their farms. Furthermore, another £2 million was made available as compensation to British subjects, neutral foreigners and Non-whites that fought on Britain’s side in the war.”
Foreigners, British immigrants, and non-white traitors who owned nothing and contributed nothing to the two Republics except disruption, death, and dismay, received almost as much as some 200,000 Afrikaners and an unrecorded number of African farm workers, who lost everything! More importantly, this ‘compensation’ itself, and in fact, everything else the British promised, belonged to the citizens of the two Republics in the first place.
Britain promised them nothing that was not theirs to begin with.
Some history books state, “By March 1903, most of the nearly £19 million [what £19 million? – the figure mentioned was a measly £3 million!] have been paid out to re-establish farmers, in war damages, grants and resettlement loans, modernizing agriculture, pursuing policies of soil preparation and stock control which borne fruit by 1908 in the first maize and beef stock surpluses since the early 1890s.”
What a vast underestimation of what the farmers owned and an even greater overestimation of the compensation Britain was supposed to give, or ever gave! In practice, it seems that the distribution of the promised ‘compensation fund’ did not work very well; so-called ‘interest free’ loans did not work at all, and food was extremely expensive and in sparse supply. After the war, Generals Botha, De Wet, and De la Rey had to go abroad to raise money to repair the ravaged