Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Lies and Truths about Arthur Kemp

Arthur Benjamin Kemp was born on 14 September 1962 in the British colony of southern Rhodesia (Now Zimbabwe). He moved to South Africa at a young age, and was one of the many 1000’s of individuals who ‘fled’ the country in 1996 to relocate in the United Kingdom. According to the latest info published on Wikipedia, he currently works as the Foreign Affairs Spokesperson for the British National Party (BNP). It also appears that he is Manager of Excalibur, the BNP's merchandising arm.

Arthur Kemp is the author of the following publications:

(2006) March of the Titans: a history of the White Race
(2008) Jihad: Islam's 1,300 Year War Against Western Civilisation
(2008) The Immigration Invasion
(2009) Victory Or Violence - The Story of the AWB of South Africa
(2009) The Lie of Apartheid and Other True Stories from Southern Africa

It is my opinion that Arthur Kemp’s reason for naming his latest book, “The Lie of Apartheid and Other True Stories from Southern Africa”, is merely an attempt by him to create the impression that he has finally conformed to the dominant liberal value system, with the hope that people would subsequently stop calling him a racist.

Besides the first few words in the heading, which immediately catches your attention, the opening words in “Essay One – Page 1” of this book uses very descriptive anti-apartheid language. He blames the politicians who fostered apartheid as the primary criminals in this tragedy, and states that they held out a false illusory hope to the Afrikaner. He goes on to state that, “For apartheid --- in reality forced social segregation --- was nothing but an illusion, a twisted distortion of the demographic reality of South Africa, not to mention the truth that it was ultimately, morally repugnant as well…”

What has happened to Mr Kemp’s mind, to think up such utter nonsense?
Not only has he skilfully twisted the true facts by playing with descriptive words, but he has also completely lost track of the fact that the so-called ‘evil apartheid system’ was “unlawfully” replaced by an even more evil, power-hungry, and utterly corrupt government.

I wonder if Arthur Kemp has read the new book by Dr Anthea Jeffery, entitled People’s War: New Light on the Struggle for South Africa? This excellent book was launched on 3 Sept 2009 by Dr Jeffery, Head of Special Research at the South African Institute of Race Relations. The book focuses on the political transition which brought the ANC to power in 1994, and tells a totally different and factual story.

Does Mr Kemp and others like him, who are living safely and contentedly overseas, realize that their ‘colourful’ anti-apartheid views only serve to through more oil on the burning fires of hatred here in South Africa. The more whites there are who criticise the old system of white minority rule, the more our black politicians, on this end of the world, will sputter-and-spit their race-possessed hatred on white folk. This kind of talk also supplies ammunition (and guns) to the State-protected criminals in this country to brutally slaughter more white folk. Does the money generated from the sales of this book contribute anything to promote peace here in South Africa? If this is the case, then I will withdraw my above comments.

Is it not stange how people gather to flog a horse after it has died, without realizing that flogging a dead horse also has its consequences? In this case, flogging a dead horse will eventually lead to the total blotting out of White History in South Africa, --- an outcome this government cannot wait to achieve!

With the knowledge that I have been advertising Arthur Kemp’s book, “March of the Titans”, in the sidebar of this blog for some time, without knowing who the author was, I decided to do a little research. I started on his personal blog at, and quickly learned that the poor man was experiencing endless hassles with his vindictive, crazy, malicious ex-spouse, --- an experience that I, and countless other men in this world have also experienced in various degrees of misfortune and tragedy.

It appears that Arthur Kemp’s ex-wife has been largely responsible for spreading numerous false claims, aimed at destroying his character and his reputation. I know from experience that many men in this predicament eventually give up and fall into a pit of depression. How does that saying go? – “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned!” Now imagine the hell if the woman happens to have a few bolts-and-screws loose upstairs!

Besides the lies in “The Lie of Apartheid”, the rest of the South African Stories (essays) in this book offers good reading material. There’s no doubt that Arthur Kemp is a gifted writer. The last thing I want to do is distract anyone from reading any of his books, --- so with this in mind, let’s have a quick look at some of the troubles Mr Kemp has got himself into, and examine whether this man is a villain, or not:

Lies and Truths

A Lie
Arthur Kemp is a notorious South African white supremacist, who worked for years as an intelligence operative for the South African apartheid government.

The Truth
Arthur Kemp was called up for compulsory national service, a duty that was forced upon all white males back then under the conscription system in South Africa. He served in the Uniform Branch (not the Security Branch) of the South African Police for four (4) years. He left the police on the exact day that his National Service ended, and worked as a journalist at The Citizen newspaper in Johannesburg. He later accepted a job offer at the Pretoria head office of the Conservative Party, a party who opposed the ruling National Party’s decision to handover the country on a platter to the ANC.

On 17 March 1992 South Africa held a referendum to determine whether or not Whites supported the negotiated reforms begun by State President F.W. de Klerk two years earlier. The end result was a large victory for the "yes" side, which ultimately resulted in apartheid being lifted. Shortly after this referendum, Arthur Kemp returned to The Citizen to continue his career as a journalist. Shortly after that, all chaos broke loose in the country when the leader of the South African Communist Party, Chris Hani, was murdered on 10 April 1993.

A Lie
Arthur Kemp was a key-figure in the assassination of Chris Hani.

The Truth
At the time of his death, Chris Hani was the leader of the South African Communist Party and chief of staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress (ANC). He was assassinated by Janusz Waluś, a Polish immigrant to South Africa. Waluś and his accomplice, Conservative MP Clive Derby-Lewis, were sentenced to death, but later commuted to life imprisonment following the abolition of the death penalty in South Africa in 1995.

Incidentally, upon hearing of his sentence, Waluś had this to say of the African National Congress: “They (the ANC) are communist and they will destroy this wonderful country. They will squander all that was built here by Whites with such difficulty. It pains me that everything here will be destroyed in the name of a multiracial utopia that will never work here. They want freedom and democracy. In a few years freedom and democracy will be all they will have.”

Mr Kemp’s involvement in the murder of Chris Hani was merely as a State Witness during the trial, to clarify issues concerning a list of names and addresses of ANC leaders that were found in Mr Kemp’s possession. Chris Hani’s name and address was on the list, but there was nothing sinister about this, because his address was well-known and also listed openly in the public telephone directory.

The liberal gossipers of the day, and the media who were obviously hungry for sensational news (anything to sell newspapers), quickly pounced on the opportunity to label the address-list as an ‘assassination hit-list’.

At that time Mr Kemp was back in his old job as a journalist for The Citizen, but he had met Mr Derby-Lewis earlier while he was working for the Conservative Party. Mr Derby-Lewis was a diligent campaigner for that Party, and together with his Australian-born wife, Gaye, they virtually managed the Johannesburg branch on their own.

It was Gaye, who was at one stage also a journalist and editor, who asked Mr Kemp if he could supply her with any addresses of ANC leaders. She was working on a story at the time which concerned details of Mandela’s tax returns, which proved that since he was released from prison, he and several other ANC leaders had mysteriously become stinking rich overnight.


The Lie of Apartheid and Other True Stories from Southern Africa:

Essay 1: “The Lie of Apartheid” shows how the author switched from being a supporter of that policy to realizing that it was an immoral and unenforceable ideology which guaranteed the downfall of whites in Africa. This is a lesson vital for anyone wishing to understand modern democratic nationalism.
Essay 2: “The Myth of Mahatma Gandhi” quotes from writings and speeches by Gandhi which shows that this liberal icon was a racist who intensely disliked black people and who supported segregation and white rule in Africa – contrary to modern liberal mythology about him.

Essay 3: “The Puzzle of Autogenocide” answers the question of why white South Africa voted in favour of black majority rule in 1992 after centuries of white rule. Once again, the practical political lessons to be learned are invaluable.

Essay 4: “How the Mighty Fall” is a short survey of how the once mighty South African army has collapsed under the post 1994-regime.

Essay 5: “When the River Ran Red” is the dramatic story of the 1838 Battle of Blood River, and of how the Boer victors ended up betraying their own victory by failing to understand that demographics is the key to the rise and fall of civilisations.

Essay 6: “When the West Looked Away” details the horrific anti-white ethnic cleansing practiced by Zimbabwe under Robert Mugabe - which was ignored by the West because the victims were white.

Essay 7: “Interviewed by the Flemish” is a hitherto unpublished interview with the author dealing with a number of South African related topics and some pointed questions about his other books.

Essay 8: “Conspiracies and the Assassination of Chris Hani” reveals the full story behind the 1993 murder of Nelson Mandela’s heir apparent, Chris Hani, including for the first time, the real role of the apartheid-state’s National Intelligence Service in the debacle.

Essay 9: “The Death of Johannesburg” is a photographic essay, first published online, detailing the decline of the largest city in South Africa under Third World rule.


Arthur Kemp’s latest project

Arthur Kemp is currently busy with a new book, “Can America be saved?” directed specifically at white Americans. It will start with a brief overview of the racial demographic problem facing the United States of America, but is mainly focused on a solution rather than restating the obvious. I wonder if Arthur Kemp is aware that, according to, a book by the same name already exists, written by Edward Campbell?


Dark Raven said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

As I am sure AK would agree, any publicity is good publicity!

Since you have so many questions concerning AK's views, why not just ask him. You have his blog addy. Drop him a line in the comments.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Dark Raven

I have written AK a lengthy and rather personal abstract concerning this issue, but cannot find his contact details. The ‘comments function’ on his blog are closed! If you know how to contact him, please email me the details. AK and I have much in common, and I would like to connect with the chap.

Kind Regards

Dark Raven said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Hi Tia Mysoa,

Send me your contact details to, and I will forward them to AK.


Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

It's not only Kemp's ex-wife. I hear his new wife is divorcing him now.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

It's not only Kemp's ex-wife. I hear his new wife is divorcing him now.

Yes, but she has only good things to say about him. She wanted to live in the US to be with her children there and he wants to stay in the UK.

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