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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Shut up Malema, and read THIS!


Indo-Africa: Towards a New Understanding of the History of Sub-Saharan Africa, by Cyril A Hromník

I was hoping to never mention the name Julius Malema on this blog ever again, but his recent stupid utterances are hard to ignore.

See: Malema 'not scared of bloodshed for land' – (News24)

The recent ramblings of this madman, which were made during a wedding he attended in Harare, Zimbabwe, has direct bearing on a future posting I’m currently drafting, and which will draw attention to the fact that Malema’s forefathers were also immigrants. Furthermore, the real goldminers of Africa and also the true origins of the San People, whom everyone is raving about, will also be exposed. The massive lie that all modern humans evolved from these people will also be shattered to smithereens.

I’m waiting for the delivery of some additional material and also permission to publish certain info, before presenting the final article. In the meantime - readers who are interested in the subject may, if you wish, read two older postings on this blog that are loosely related to the new material that will shortly be presented.

The first posting (Nov 2009) is titled: Evidence of early Chinese influence in Africa, but it should rather have been called, “Evidence of early Indian influence in Africa”. At the time of posting I was largely influenced by the writings of Gavin Menzies, whose work has now been thoroughly and entirely discredited by historians. Despite this fact, the article is still worthwhile reading though.

The second posting (August 2010) is more related to the subject-matter I’m currently working on, and is titled: Unravelling the mystery of South Africa’s ancient stone structures. The old posting makes brief mention of Dr. Cyril Hromník, a Historian/Researcher who has presented compelling evidence of ancient Indian influence in Southern Africa. At the time I never followed-up on Hromnik’s research, mainly because the two books he wrote were impossible to find.

Dr. Cyril Hromník’s two books are:
  1. Hromník, C.A. 1981. Indo-Africa: Towards a New Understanding of the History of Sub-Saharan Africa. Cape Town: Juta.
  2. Hromník, Cyril.Andrew. 2003. Hromník’s explorations in Indo-African and other history: An anthology of writings (Published, censored, suppressed, editorially distorted and unpublished). Ves Mir: Самиздат C de Skyth.

If anyone is interest in purchasing these books, please drop me an e-mail and I’ll forward Dr. Hromník’s contact details.

Stay tuned!

1 comments :

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

Malama undoubtedly looks for war with us whites, that a fact. He will follow through and will be satisfied when it happens. We all know he's a brainfailure cum laude. As is his followers. But nonetheless, he will make this country a warzone. He is capable of letting it happen. The SAP and SANDF have'nt got the capasity to stop him. I also believe they, when it comes to that, won't do anything to stop him. It's also widely known that it's realy not about the land, but to massacre as many as possible whites. Thanks for your firm stand on this issue Tia. Many younger whitepeople read your blog and take note of what you are saying.

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