Simon Roche is the spokesman for The Suidlanders (Afrikaans for “the south landers”), a South African “emergency plan initiative” for white people and has international protection under the Geneva Convention.
To be clear, The Suidlanders, as an organisation, does not promote hatred or antagonism towards any ethnic group; instead, it understands that, during times of increased civil and political unrest, human nature dictates that people gravitate around similarities and common denominators.
A civil war is a violent conflict that occurs within a country or region, typically involving different factions or groups within the same nation. The conflict is usually characterised by a breakdown of central authority, with opposing sides engaging in armed combat and seeking to gain control over the government or territory.
Or one another.
Civil wars can have various causes, including political, ideological, religious, or ethnic differences. They often arise from deep-rooted grievances, social divisions, economic disparities, or power struggles. The specific triggers and dynamics of civil wars can vary widely depending on the context and historical circumstances.
In South Africa, for example, there is ethnic tension due to the many population groups such as Zulu, Xhosa, Sotho, Tswana, Pedi, Venda, Tsonga, Swazi, and Ndebele. Each of these groups has its own distinct languages, traditions, and cultural practices.
Couple the black population groups with white population groups such as Anglo-Saxons (or “English-speaking South Africans”) and Afrikaners, and it gets quite messy.
Prepping, short for preparedness, refers to the process of actively making arrangements, gathering supplies, and developing skills to be ready for potential emergencies or unexpected situations.
It encompasses various facets, including mental, physical, and material preparedness.
The goal of prepping is to increase self-reliance and resilience in the face of adversity.
Some people are motivated by a fear of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes.
Others are concerned about the potential for civil unrest, economic collapse, or other societal disruptions.
Simon and I chatted about preparing for a race war.
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