While in Africa I often came accross Afrikaners who felt that separating the Cape Province from South Africa and creating a country peopled mostly by Whites and the so called Cape Coloured (who speak Afrikaans), could be an acceptable solution for them. Seeing that the armed forces in South Africa are still very much under White control, I wonder whether such an alternative would still be possible (without any apartheid, of course).neverfail wrote: ↑Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:30 pmToo late! The fate of the white South Africans is already a lost cause.Mr. Perfect wrote: ↑Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:42 pmIt's important that White South Africans stand their ground and they are backed up globally, by everyone, because if they are forced out by any means it will create a precedent that will be used by nearly 100 countries. Unless you like the sound of 100 countries forcibly ejecting native born residents.
By the way, Cape Coloureds have an ancestry consisting of the following ethnic groups:
Bantu-speaking Africans: (20–36%)
Ethnic groups in Europe: (21–28%)
Asian peoples: (9–11%)