DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Is the Boer and Afrikaner issue a psyop aimed at dividing the Boers?

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[This is from a discussion with a Boer when he raised the issue of Boer/Afrikaner being an enemy spy aimed at the Boere. This could well be a deliberate trick to divide people. Jan]

The Boer wrote:
Regarding the Boer/Afrikaner issue. It is an inside joke in my family that I am a Boer when Afrikaners are too liberal and an Afrikaner when Boers are too common.

I see this as a classic divide and conquer strategy that is being used on us.

It is always the evil English, joiner Boers and Cape Dutch that were the problem in the past but jewish involvement and business interest driving the Anglo/Boer war are never mentioned.

A couple of years ago they started pushing the idea that Afrikaners are basically Indian on the female genetic line. On top of this intellectual garbage in 2017 they made what is probably the worst Afrikaans movie of all time, "Krotoa". In it, Jan van Riebeeck adopts a khoi khoi "princess" into his home and later proceeds to molest/rape her. The movie works up to a climax where Krotoa hysterically shouts "ek is Krotoa" in a jail cell on Robben island. A list of South African statesmen are then flashed on screen that are supposedly related to her.

Garbage like this is pumped into peoples minds to break down resistance and morale.
The steady stream of Siener van Rensburg psyop stories also does not help us. I think it was you that made the military intelligence connection between… snip….

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