Thursday, 19 October 2006

October 2006 Edition.


October 2006 edition

Ever since its inception our movement has constantly tried to highlight the threat posed to White Western civilisation by multi-culturalism and multi-racial societies.

At times during past decades this has proved to be very difficult, as one Western country after another embraced the dubious delights of multi-culturalism and passed insidious "race relations" laws in order to silence those who warned of the dangers. Nowhere was this capitulation to the forces of multi-racialism more sad and surprising than in South Africa, which previously had been viewed as a beacon of sanity and commonsense by White patriots around the globe.

Now, more suddenly than perhaps could have been expected, all this seems to be changing. Throughout Europe and Australasia (and in Britain and the Netherlands in particular) mainstream politicians have at last found the strength to speak out about the problems which allowing a sizeable minority of aliens to settle in their lands has caused. To be sure, at present these concerns have only been expressed in relation to the specific Muslim threat - but a start has at least been made, and this should greatly encourage those of us who recognise that the problem is actually far more fundamental.

The 9/11 and 7/7 Muslim terrorist attacks against the West woke up many who previously deluded themselves about a make-believe multi-cultural "utopia". Even in spite of fierce opposition to the Wars Against Terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq by Mohammedan immigrants and their pro-multi-racial fellow-travellers, most Western leaders (with the sickening exception of the Spanish) stood firm and realised that the Islamic threat was real and had to be confronted at its very heart if Western civilisation was to survive. Now, however, it seems as if more and more establishment politicians realise that the threat doesn't only lie from the Muslim countries alone, but is also present within our own borders.

Over recent weeks Britain has introduced stronger legislation to detain and deport Islamic extremists; Jack Straw and other Labour politicians have voiced strong opposition to the subjugation of Mohammedan women by the wearing of the veil; and the media has been quite open in specifying that a Muslim taxi-driver refused to carry a blind woman and her guide-dog, and that Muslim mobs had attacked the homes of servicemen in the Windsor area. Merely a year or so ago such developments and reporting would have been unthinkable because of fear of "race relations" legislation and the intimidating effects of "political correctness".

It is quite clear therefore that the entire zeitgeist of the Western world has radically changed over the past couple of years - even if there are those who for their own sinister reasons choose to deny this. With more effort to alert and inform people of the true dangers posed to our way of life by continuing multi-culturalism then the situation can only improve even more. The days ahead will inspire us.



Last month Alan Harvey, the Organiser/Secretary of the Springbok Club/Empire Loyalist Club, addressed the London Branch of the organisation under the theme of "The similarities and differences between the Ulster and Southern African struggles", which was very well received. Unfortunately difficulties within the Northern Ireland Branch of the SC/ELC (difficulties which now happily seem to have been overcome) meant that a similar address planned for Ulster had to be cancelled at very short notice. We apologise to all those who were intending to attend this event, but are pleased to report that it now seems likely that a replacement meeting will be held in Northern Ireland sometime next year.



The Kent Branch of the Springbok Club/Empire Loyalist Club will be staging a trip to the Historic Dockyard Chatham in order to celebrate the 201st anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, to which all friends and supporters are invited. Details of this event are as follows:-

Date : Sunday 22nd October

Assembly point : The Visitor Entrance at the end of Dock Road (the former Pembroke Gate)

Time : Assemble between 11.00 hrs and 11.30 hrs.

The charge for entrance to the Historic Dockyard Chatham is £9.00 per head. If, however, a party of over 15 is assembled then the charge will be only £8.10 per head, and if the party consists of over 20 then only £6.75 per head. As numbers are at present uncertain we would therefore suggest that the highest of these charges should provisionally be anticipated. It will certainly help to gauge numbers, however, if all those hoping to attend could 'phone to confirm on: 07711-188430.

This event will take the form of an informal visit, but two leading Springbok Club/Empire Loyalist Club officials, Robert Shipley and Alan Harvey, are experts on the history of the Dockyard, and will be giving an unofficial conducted tour.

The high-spot of this visit will be a brief wreath-laying ceremony at the dock in which H.M.S. Victory was built. This will take place at approximately 12.45 hrs, and it is anticipated that Mr. Robin Willow will sing an appropriate sea-shanty at this ceremony.

[ We advise all those travelling from London to catch the 10.03 train from Victoria. By all accounts track-repairs over the weekend will mean that this train will terminate at Rochester. The Visitor Entrance to the Historic Dockyard Chatham is only a short taxi journey away from Rochester Railway Station however. Otherwise catch the 141 bus from Chatham Station.]



On Wednesday 15th November the Springbok Club/ELC will be most honoured to welcome Mr. Johnny Rodrigues as Guest of Honour at a special buffet function which it will be staging. Johnny Rodrigues is Chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, a wildlife protection organisation based at Hwange (Wankie) National Park in Zimbabwe, which works to prevent poaching and other illegal killing of Zimbabwe's precious wildlife, which the current ZANU-PF regime seems either unable or unwilling to prevent. Mr. Rodrigues will be bringing along CDs and DVDs of the work of the ZCTF, and so will be giving a fully-illustrated presentation. This event will take place at The Counting House in the City of London, and fuller details will be given in next month's SCN.

In December the Springbok Club/ELC anticipates welcoming a famous South African journalist as Guest of Honour for its annual Day of the Vow commemorations.

The 2007 AGM of the Springbok Club/Empire Loyalist Club will take place in January.



We are happy to announce that Mr. Peter King has joined the SC/ELC Executive Committee in place of Mr. Robert Shipley, whose geographic location made it increasingly difficult for him to attend ExCo meetings. Robert Shipley will however continue as the organisation's Overseas Liaison Officer in an ex officio capacity.

Unfortunately unforeseen problems have meant that the SC/ELC has lost its original web-site domain name. A new domain name has now been obtained however, which is :



Last month the London Swinton Circle staged two meetings, the first was addressed by Mr. Edward Spalton (a former senior civil servant and businessman, and a leading member of the Freedom Association), and the second by the Rev. Dr. Alan Clifford of the Norwich Reformed Church, who spoke on the subject of "Islam and British Politics". Both meetings proved to be most informative and good successes.

Details of the next London Swinton Circle meeting are as follows :-

Date : Tuesday 31st October

Time : 19.00 hrs

Venue : The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, London EC3

Guest Speaker : Mr. Idris Francis

Idris Francis is a well-known Welsh-based stalwart campaigner against the EU, and will address the meeting on the subject of Corpus Juris.

In November the LSC will be staging two important meetings, the first to be held on 14th November will be addressed by Jeffrey Donaldson MP (DUP, Lagan Valley), and the second by David Davies MP (Conservative, Monmouth). Fuller details about both these meetings will appear in next month's SCN.



The Argentinian newspaper Clarin has recently carries a major article entitled "London reiterates to the UN that it will not negotiate the sovereignty of the Malvinas [the Falkland Islands] - unless the islanders want this". In the text it says that Britain has said this both to the UN and to the Organisation of American States in response to recent Argentine moves. The article goes on to report what Geoff Hoon was quoted as saying in the newspaper "Scotland on Sunday" that: "There can not be negotiations over the sovereignty of the Falklands unless the Islanders want this. The principle of self-determination underlies the policy of the Government of Tony Blair".



We have recently received the following media release from the Transvaal Agricultural Union :-

The question of meritocracy is hardly ever discussed in South Africa today. The buzz words are transformation, equality, redistribution, disadvantaged, emerging and rectification. Yet a proposed abuse of meritocracy precipitated riots in India recently, as medical students demonstrated against their government's proposal to allocate quotas at medical schools to people of a lower caste, called "Other Backward Classes" (OBC's). Tentative plans by the Indian government to introduce quotas in the private sector have met with fierce opposition from the business community.

Not so in South Africa where quotas have been forced on the productive sector by sheer force of numbers. Generally, countries where meritocracy is not the benchmark of a person's worth are, in the main, either failing or failed states. Where people are not given their due, where sections of the population are hindered from reaching their potential - societies where the role of women is hobbled for example - these countries usually lag behind and are burdened with corruption, lethargy, poverty and in many instances violence.

The South African government says Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is to rectify the "injustices" inherent in South Africa's past as a result of this country's previous apartheid policy. While there were indeed restrictions, some sectors of the population prospered economically (Indian South Africans were a good example). At the same time, South Africa itself was a top-grade country, where even those outside the first-world economy generally benefited. The country was in the main free from the scourge of crime, poor hospital services, and food scarcities. The farming community was safe, and workers were in general well looked after.

This previous state of affairs is highlighted by Mr Richard Maponya, prominent Soweto businessman who is as far removed from the current crop of BEE passengers as one could imagine. Self-made, Mr Maponya is still active at 88, and compares today's South Africa to the time under apartheid when he made something of himself, despite some restrictions. "Life was wonderful (in Soweto) because you could trust people, and there were no muggings. I used to walk around with bags of money and I never got robbed".

The policy of BEE was ostensibly designed to redistribute wealth. But wealth is a creation, not a commodity, and BEE has resulted in a skewed South African economy where a few have benefited from wealth transfer but not entrepreneurship transfer, the latter of course being the engine which creates wealth.

The government has designated 30% of South Africa's commercial farms to be transferred to the "emerging" Black farming sector by 2014. There has not been one case of a successful transfer. Either the farms have collapsed and are in ruins, or they have been rescued by White mentors or paid consultants who have been contracted to resuscitate the farms and manage them.

This warped result of BEE transformation has resulted in millions of taxpayer Rands being used to rescue what should never have collapsed in the first place.

A "passenger" class has now emerged in South Africa. In some sectors, this class has ruined the sector in which it is involved, and agriculture is a good example. In other sectors, particularly within the business community, BEE appointments are there because the government has ordered that a percentage of all businesses must have Black ownership. Tokenism is rife, in order to obtain government contracts, and the media is replete with photos of well-fed, very well-dressed Black people who have been appointed to the board of this, or are the Human Resources Managers of that. They are not allowed to ruin the big commercial organizations, but many smaller businesses have closed doors because they cannot carry unproductive fellow-travellers.

Who are these instant millionaires who were mostly unheard of before the ANC came to power? Were they geniuses in hiding, waiting for apartheid to be lifted when they could emerge resplendent in all their entrepreneurial glory? Had any of them made any effort at starting a business, using commercial bank loans, employing people, paying rent and taxes, as Richard Maponya and others had done?

After the unbanning of the ANC, the organization tried desperately to raise money through its own organization Movement Marketing Enterprises (MME) The results were disastrous and an audit report showed corruption, mismanagement and technical bankruptcy. The organization's personnel sat in an old donated building in a poor section of Johannesburg. Tokyo Sexwale was on a salary of R2,800 per month. He was head of "Special Projects", but none of the commercial projects the ANC tried its hand at made a profit. The following were all on R3,500 per month: Aziz Pahad, Ronnie Kasrils, Tito Mboweni, Terror Lekota, Pallo Jordan, Gill Marcus, Penuel Maduna, Winnie Mandela, Jacob Zuma and the current president Thabo Mbeki.

The ANC was trying to make money for itself through its "Business Unit" MME, yet with all those ANC VIP's in tow, it was unable to do so. The organization was lucky it came to power when it did, and others took up the slack to accommodate its many passengers!

None other than Mr Moeletsi Mbeki, brother of Thabo Mbeki, said last month that this country should leave "the consumption model of transformation and adopt Asia's productive approach. The new Black middle class plays next to no role in the ownership and control of the productive economy of South Africa. Their role is one of overseeing redistribution of wealth towards consumption"

Vice-Chancellor of Wits University Mr Loyiso Nongxa agrees. "The problem is that when you are redistributing and not growing you will reach a point where there is nothing to distribute any more", he declared.

While some BEE beneficiaries make huge profits and spend this money on cars, clothes, wine farms and expensive second homes, few will build a factory or create jobs for their fellow Blacks. The policy is deeply flawed and even destructive especially in the agricultural sector. The State President's brother's remarks have not come a moment too soon.



The Zimbabwe/Rhodesian Pension Petition, with 1,984 signatures, has been delivered, and a posted reply received from the office of the British Prime Minister. The Petition has been passed on to the Department of Work and Pensions; a full reply is expected soon. The letters will then be published on the Blog Site.

Thanks to the laborious and much appreciated efforts of Mr Fred Punter, a UK supporter, hundreds of British Members of Parliament are being lobbied by e-mail to question the tragic and shameful state of affairs regarding the non-payment of Zimbabwe/Rhodesian pensions. However MP's may only act on behalf of their own constituents. Accordingly, all UK supporters are urged to forward the letters to their local MP's, giving their own names and the information required by Parliamentary protocol.

Eventually this grievance will be redressed. How soon and how fair will depend on the efforts of all who care.

Thank you for your support, and hopefully you will visit the Blog Site to log progress reports and developments at :



Dear Sir

An e-mail, usually titled SPCA SHUTTING DOWN or SPCA CLOSING DOWN, was originated by a Chanel Rowan who has since blocked her responses from this petition to her mailbox. It was sent out some years ago, and it costs 2 employees approximately 4-5 valuable hours every month to set the record straight.

This unauthorised (albeit well-intended but misinformed) e-mail has been circulating the internet for some years and has caused enormous headaches for the NSPCA and its member SPCAs, particularly with potential supporters. After all, who wants to support an organisation that they perceive as closing!!

There are 97 SPCAs in South Africa and although some of the smaller societies do struggle for survival due to their locations, there is no way that the movement itself would close down. The NSPCA and the SPCA movement as a whole enforces over 90% of the South African animal protection legislation. The SPCA movement is also controlled by its own statutory Act of Parliament even though no funds are received from government.

The above information is available on our website (

A further article in the July SCN relates to the "disturbing e-mail" received from Louise Joubert of Sanwild. We would like to make the following comment clarifying the NSPCA’s position.

On 17 April 2006 six young elephants were captured from the wild in the Selati Game Reserve, Limpopo province [Far Northern Transvaal] and were taken by road to "Elephants for Africa" Forever near Tzaneen for domestication in terms of training for elephant-back safaris for the tourist industry.

The capture and transfer of the elephants was witnessed by Karen Trendler and Michael Jamieson of the National Council of SPCAs Wildlife Unit. An invitation had been extended to Karen Trendler by a veterinarian who wishes to pioneer more humane forms of elephant capture, to attend this particular capture. The NSPCA was under the impression that the elephant capture was to take place for the purposes of relocation. We were not aware that the purpose of the capture was to remove young elephants from a social group for purposes of being trained in elephant-back safaris. Limpopo [Far Northern Transvaal] Nature Conservation authorities had issued the relevant permits. The function of NSPCA Wildlife Unit representatives in attending the capture was both to assist the veterinarian by giving him input on more humane ways in which to affect elephant captures, and to perform their legal function of ensuring that the animals being captured were not subject to cruelty. Regardless of the destination, the NSPCA endeavours to be present where possible to monitor capture operations.

The NSPCA has reiterated its statement of policy in media releases over the years that we are opposed to the taking of wild animals, and that wild animals belong in the wild. The NSPCA believes that the capture of wild elephants, "taming" them for lifelong captivity is unethical and cruel.

If legal requirements are adhered to, the NSPCA accepts with reluctance that the activities can, do and will happen. The NSPCA remains vigilant to activities around the country and above all acts on behalf of all animals as per our legal mandate. This is best achieved by being present, on the scene, and observing every detail to ensure the humane treatment of the animals. Being present does not mean we condone. It means we work in a pro-active and reactive manner in support of animals around the country. Further examples may include the roadside sale of live animals or the slaughter methods utilised in the meat industry.

Wild-caught elephant may well be lost to conservation but their humane treatment in long-term captivity remains a priority for this Society. The NSPCA is actively involved in the monitoring of elephant-back safari operations around the country and in lobbying provincial government to control the removal of wild elephant strictly.

Yours sincerely

Brenda Santon, Wildlife Unit, National Council of SPCAs



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Unfortunately a number of changes have had to be made to arrangements for the forthcoming Australian Monarchist League's London Conference. The dinner on the evening of Friday 27th October will take place at the East India Club and will cost £40.00 per head, and the speaker will now be Leo Price QC. There are also now two extra dinners at the East India Club at the same cost on the evenings of Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October, with Rodney Atkinson and Michael Shrimpton as guest speakers respectively.

An open meeting will be held at the House of Lords on Wednesday 1st November (Committee Room 3, commencing at 19.00 hrs, by kind courtesy of Lord Stoddart) at which time Mr. Philip Benwell MBE will launch "The Association of the Commonwealth Realms", the purpose of which will be to work to bring closer together the English-Speaking Realms and to defend The Crown of the United Kingdom.

For further information either write to : The Australian Monarchist League Conference, c/o The Royal Society of St.George, 127 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2BH, or e-mail :



We have recently been informed by Mr. James Alcock of the Federal Commonwealth Society about an upcoming Canada-Australia summit in 2008. The Premiers of both countries will be meeting in Adelaide, South Australia in that year to discuss forging closer ties. Although at present we know no further details, this certainly sounds like an extremely encouraging development. We will give further publicity in future editions of the SCN as more details become available.


FLAGS etc.

The Springbok Club retail full-sized real South African and Rhodesian flags priced £6.00 each for Full Members of the Springbok Club, £8.00 each for Associate Members and £10.00 each for non-members (plus £1.00 for p&p).

Payments should be made to "The Springbok Club" and sent to: BCM SAPAT, London WC1N 3XX, UK.

Copies of S.A.Patriot-in-Exile (editions 30 to 36) are still available price R5.00 or 50p each, as well as batches of 50 copies (including copies of the original S.A.Patriot) price R80.00 or £8.00 (plus 20% for p&p.)

Payments should be made to "Patriotic Press" and sent to: BCM SAPAT, London WC1N 3XX, UK.



"WAY OUT OF LINE" by Trisha Jackson is a novel which tells the story of the profound impact that an innocent youthful love affair has on the lives of two young lovers. The plot moves from a cult and a maximum security prison in the US to the savannah grasslands of Mozambique and Zimbabwe - this makes for adventure, suspense and melodrama. Packed with conflict and sexual tension, anyone who loves romance, passion and excitement should enjoy reading this story.

Trisha Jackson was born and grew up in Rhodesia. She immigrated to the USA with her husband and three children in 1990. She and her husband live in a unique, rural community in the Tonto National Forest in the eastern mountains of Arizona.

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"THE GREAT SOUTH AFRICAN LAND SCANDAL" by Dr. Philip du Toit is a vital piece of work. South Africa can do without many things, but it cannot survive without its farmers. Thirty-five thousand commercial farmers feed 45 million people. Read what has happened to many productive farms which have already been handed over under the government's restitution and redistribution programmes.

It is available priced R150.00 in South Africa from: Jack Loggenberg, TLU/TAU, P.O.Box 91251, Silverton, Pretoria, 0127, Transvaal, South Africa (payments to "TLU/TAU"), or priced £9.95 (+ 15% p&p) in the UK from: The Springbok Club, BCM SAPAT, London WC1N 3XX (payments to "The Springbok Club").


"GOVERNMENT BY DECEPTION" by Jan Lamprecht details the disasters of Mugabe's Zimbabwe, and illustrates the similarities between Mugabe's rule and that of Mandela/Mbeki in South Africa. It can be ordered on-line at:



271 pages, some illustrations. Soft-back £5.00 including p&p. (r.r.p. £10.00)

The compelling story of what really happened in a defeated Japan following the end of World War II. Merchant seaman James Mackay, whilst travelling in the east, started to hear stories of massacres and other atrocities committed by Japanese forces, not just against enemy troops, but against innocent civilian populations. His subsequent investigations revealed reluctance amongst Allied governments to discuss these incidents that seemed to amount almost to a cover-up. Why would the Allies want to overlook the crimes of a former enemy, especially when the leadership of another former enemy was being liquidated at Nuremburg? Using his own research, as well as material prepared by Australian Army war crimes investigator Capt. J.G. Goodwin, Mackay exposes the cover-up and names the guilty. Not only were the Japanese keen to sweep the past under the carpet, but the US government of the time also had its own reasons for preserving the political and industrial elite in Japan. A provocative book, which calls into question the morality of US policy towards Japan after WWII.

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"THE BLIGHT OF BLAIRISM" by Francis Bennion is a devastating indictment of the "new" Labour administration. For more details about the book visit:


"PALM WINE AND LEOPARD'S WHISKERS", edited by Ronnie Anderson.

Reminiscences of Eastern Nigeria - "The nuts and bolts of African history..." Professor Tony Kirk-Greene CMG, MBE, Emeritus Professor of African Affairs at Oxford University. A unique selection of Nigerian stories, studies/articles on arts, crafts, education riots, oil discovery, court and community development, medical section, Royal visits, Leopard murders, electoral matters, land disputes, an extraordinary spectrum of Nigerian life in post-war era up to Independence. Photographs, sketches and maps.

A small stock of this book, which makes an ideal gift, are still available from : Yesterdays Books, 6 Cecil Avenue, Bournemouth, BH8 9EH, UK at £15.00 - plus £3.50 or £6.50 (airmail) for postage and packing.


"THE FOUR FACES" by Isaac Benatar

In this thrilling mystery a man seeking answers to four unexplained deaths engages in a battle of wits against corrupt politicians and an evil creature conjured by African witchcraft.

Isaac Benatar, LLB, was born in Rhodesia in 1943. He is a law graduate of the University of London, and worked as a public prosecutor in Rhodesia from 1970 to 1980. He immigrated to the United States in 1980. For details of how to obtain a copy please e-mail:



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The following regimental buttons are for sale :-

Rand Light Infantry Buttons £4.00
Kenya Police Button KC £1.50
Royal Durban Light Infantry Buttons £5.00
South African Constabulary KC £2.00
South African Navy KC £2.00
Prince Alfred's Guard £2.00
Civil Defence Corps £1.50
Belgian Congo £2.00
British South African Police QC £1.00

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No.95 : Mr. KEN SUTLER-GORE of Durban

Ken Sutler-Gore was a former British Conservative Party parliamentary candidate, a director of a leading Durban import/export company, and a top Natal Cricket umpire. He is probably best known, however, as the leading light behind the "Durban Parliamentary Debating Society" ("The Durban Parliament") where many supporters got to know him and admire him well. Many of them would be very keen to learn what has become of him.



We have recently been informed about a most interesting "Anglo-Celt Blogspot" which contains a number of excellent Rhodesian video clips. It can be accessed at :-





We have just listened to an extraordinary announcement on Cape Talk, our local chat show. Some Portuguese coach has been offered R2M a month for coaching Bafana-Bafana! What is still more unbelievable is that he has refused! I thought this was a joke, but it was repeated later in the morning. The members of this team, if you can call them that, are under the impression that the aim of soccer consists solely of shooting for goal, when in reality you must pass to the guy nearest the goalposts! Even I know that! I suppose the ten or so Black directors of this outfit are concerned about the 2010 show in Jo'burg, but my own feeling is that this team will never NEVER shape!

Yours etc.,

Richard Deane, Cape Town




It has been 12 years now since the ex-European South Africans voluntarily handed over power to the Black majority, and still there is no end in sight to the moral criminalization of all things White - and there will never be!

To be fair, apartheid was morally reprehensible, but didn’t the Americans, Australians and Kiwis take it one step further in history - all but wiping out the indigenous peoples who stood in their way? How many Native Americans, Aborigines and Maoris really control their own destinies? Mind you, how many Africans in Africa can claim they live on Cloud Nine? To drop the political-correctness; Africa is a bloody mess, and no civilized human being can live there anymore!

Yours etc.,

ABR, Dubai, UAE


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