The simple principle is colonial powers send us here under a contract to provide us land, mining rights, markets, law and sovereignty under their protection.

In the case of The British: they sent us to colonize through promises and in some cases as political indentures (prisoners). They revoked their promises and forced unfair hand over of power to hostile Nguni Settles who arrived in South Africa 300 years after our arrival. They failed to protect our property bought from the Crown, or give us a choice to return to our countries of origin. That in essence the basis of grievance and claims for citizenship and compensation.

In the case of the Boers, they were the first colonials in Africa sent to provide fresh food to the Dutch East India company’s fleet on their way to the Far East. Their numbers swelled from citizens of France, Germany and Netherlands due to political and religious persecution. Some Boers were political prisoners sent as slave labor, under Govern Simon van Der Stel to workonthe VOC farms to supply Dutcjh East India Shipping with fresh food, while en route to India and China totrade in silks and spices.

. Europans weer sent to the coony to serve time for generally political reasons, and abondoned there because in the first place, boers were sent to farm to provide shipping supplies.  The British displaced them during the First Boer war which resulted ion the British ceding control under their governance back to the Boers, because England didn’t want to pay for staff to run the colony, but when gold was discovred by the abused in Afr

To create a legal case to force the EU, UK, USA and Canada to grant Colonial Africans with genetic roots in Europe to restore our rights on this premise:

    • European governments caused settlers to colonize Africa 1650 to 1908.
    • They entered contracts granting land & business rights under their  protection.
    • They repudiated their responsibilities therefore, we  want compensation.
    • We demand restoration of the citizenships our ancestors held.
    • We demand fair compensation for our assets lost.
    • We demand you grant our colored cousins same benefits – they too have become victims under rogue tribal governments you put into power.
    • We demand our African servicemen are granted refugee status because they are likewise prejudiced by the Motherland’s breach.
    • We undertake not to become a burden on the state of residence: that many undeserving and unrelated refugees currently do.

Register here is you have European ancestors


To win this, we must motivate public opinion from our members andto support legal court in the Hague. Protest marches, media coverage, and to influence political groups in the EU that will support our cause. That will require a substantial library of research, professional opinions of historians and lawyers, brochures, talk shows, online marketing and recruiting of people on social media. I propose to form a Section 501c Charity in the USA, and we we pay the aforementioned costs  through subscriptions, to a trust account managed by the Trustees who are required to provide audited financials every quarter to the membership.


  • Nick Carter – Founding Trustee
  • Mike Watson – Director of Communications
  • Nick van Huysteen – LLB Legal
  • Gary Hodgson -Director of Information Technology
  • Rob Hacker – Auditor


  • Hugh Broodryk – Group Insurance
  • Warwick Hodgson – Zimbabwe Tourism Group Travel Incentives


AFRICAN HISTORY – we needs historians, researcher and writers to build the case. Please volunteer.

  1. THE SUPER POWERS – Colonial effects in population, economy and standard of living on indigenous
    1. Roman Province of Africa – 136 BC – shows colonialisn isnothing new and brought benefits
    2. Muslim invasion of Africa, Asia & Europe 480- 1923 AD – Dr Bill Warner shows the terrible massacres and initiation of the slave trade in north, west and east Africa by Muslims
    3. The scramble for Africa 1600 – Belgium, England, France, Germany & Portugal – brought Roman Law, eliminated tribal wars (responsible for genocide of 2 million Bantu by Shaka vs 10,000 people killed by colonialists in the Bantus Wars, agriculture brought stable food supply, medicine lowered infant mortality, agriculture, , mining cities and towns produced jobs as an alternative to hunting.
    4. The investment into the economies of the colonies
    5. Benefits or hardships of the colonizers
  2. Colonization of Eastern & Western Cape 1652
    1. Advertisements for settlers
    2. Battles for dominance
    3. Costs of war
    4. Sacrifices made for the home country
    5. Taxes paid to home hountry
    6. Cost of serviced rendered by home country
    7. Trade benefits
    8. Key benefits for citizens shown by race group expressed as per capital income, relative wealth, healthcare services and relief from murder and wars.
    9. The KOI Sans from
  3. Zulu Colonization of Natal:
    1. Nguni arrival 1745
    2. Formation of Shaka’s Zulu Kingdom 1817
    3. Treaty with Henry Francis Fynn
    4. Sale of parts of Natal by treaty under Chaka & hs borther Dingane
    5. The formation of the Khosa tribe through civil war
    6. The decimation of Koi Sans through wholesale slaughter
    7. Establishment of the Zulu Autocracy
    8. Dingane’s massacre of Piet Retief
  4. Kalanga (Shona) colonization of Zimbabwe:
    1. The Koi Sans Genocide at the hands of the Kalanga tribes
    2. Kalanga settlement present western Zimbabwe
    3. The Kalanaga genocide at the hands of the Matebele
    4. Establishment of Rhodesia – the end of the genocide, introduction of Roman Law, an golden era of economic prosperity & population growth of the Kalanga and Ndebele Nations
    5. The Shona avenge the Mfecane – Mugabe’s & Managagwa’s Matabeleland (Ghukurundi) Massacres 1983-1984
    6. First Caucasian exodus 1980- 1995 – reasons they left… tradesmen were readily absorbed by  South Africa’s mining industry. Trading with Zimbabwe became more important as manufacturing collapsed – generally white Zimbabweans kept theagricultural and mining economy working, but manufacturing slowly collapsed as skilled artzans moved South. To interview Rhodesians that stayed and went to compare how they lived at home and abroad. Their reasons for going. How many people they employ and what do they contribute tot he economy of their new homes. How those that stayed fared. The deterioration of the economy in Zimbabwe led to a rapid drop in standards of living for the majority of Zimbabweans and in some years starvation.
    7. The rise and fall of the MDC 1987-2018. Constitution is changed 1988 removing white safeguards and controls.  ZANU-PF’s corruption becomes unsustainable. 1996 Morgan Tsvangari approaches Zimbabwe farmers Union for funding and logistic support. ZANU-PF loses the 2000 elections. Mugabe rejects election results and holds fast through an undeclared war against the MDC. wins SA President Thabo Mbeki’s support  – a new campaign of terror begins: land is taken without compensation. Overnight all farm title deeds are cancelled. The economy collapses as rampant inflation of 100% or more per month undermines the economy. ZANU-PF initiates the systematic arrest, beating and incarceration of property owners that refuse to leave: a campaign of terror that saw men women and children jailed resulted in the rapid evacuation of 90% Zimbabwe’s Farmers and 70% of their businessmen.
    8. Second Caucasian exodus occurs from 2000-2008. Australiand Zew Zealand accept xxx farmers and business men. Do aquantumof how they have doneand what taxes they pay to their new countries of residence.
    9. The collapse of
    10. to be continued
  1. Reason colonization benefited Africa
    1. The rise of Socialism in affected countries, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola, Congo, Belgian Congo, Ivory Coast,
      1. Revolutionist’s methods of achieving power
      2. Civilians raped, tortured  and – compare revolutionaries to colonials
      3. Economic performance – compare revolutionaries to colonials
      4. Genocides – compare revolutionaries to colonials
  2. Aftermath of Nationalism
    1. White Genocide in South Africa – Lauren Southern – Farmlands
    2. Lauren Southern -Muslims
    3. African Rogue gallery


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