Saturday, 15 March 2008

March 2008 Edition.


March 2008 edition

As the 2008 US Presidential Election nears its conclusion this is perhaps an ideal time to look back over the presidency of George W. Bush.

Our movement supported George W. Bush in both the 2000 and 2004 elections, and his record in office as a whole certainly hasn't disappointed. To be sure, we could be critical about some of his domestic policies where he perhaps hasn't delivered on all his promises, but from a non-American standpoint such matters are not really of concern to us - and furthermore it must be born in mind that for the past couple of years he has had to work with an antagonistic Democratic-led Congress.

Of far more concern to those of us elsewhere in the Western World, however, has been his foreign policy, and here his record can only be praised. Following the 9/11 atrocities he showed great courage and guts in confronting Taliban and al-Qa'eda terrorists militarily in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and thereby saved the West from far more frightening Islamic advances and incursions into our historic homelands. It would be very difficult to imagine Clinton, Gore or Kerry possessing the necessary political bravery to take such military action, and by so doing George W. Bush has placed his name alongside such heroes as Charles Martel of France and King Jan III Sobieski of Poland by saving Europe from further invasion by Mohammedan hordes. Of equal importance, furthermore, has been the determination of George W. Bush (a strong admirer of Sir Winston Churchill) to strengthen the Special Relationship between the US and the UK - even though initially Tony Blair seemed a most unlikely ally in this respect! By strengthening the Atlantic Alliance in this way British foreign policy has started to look increasingly west towards its traditional and natural partners, and away from increasingly involvement with the harmful and artificial European Union. If we have any severe criticisms of the foreign policy of the George W. Bush Administration then it has been their recognition of the illegitimate statelet of Kosovo, and - perhaps - their less than robust support for the State of Israel in its frontline battles against expansionist Islam. These failings apart, however, we still believe that everyone in the West must say a big thank-you to President George W. Bush.

But what of the future? For well over a year we have been strongly of the opinion that only one man possesses the necessary experience, talents and determination to become an effective next President of the United States during these troubled times - Senator John McCain of Arizona. It has therefore been a great joy - though not particularly a surprise - to learn that he has now secured the GOP presidential nomination for 2008, and thereby will almost certainly become the 44th President of the United States. Our full support and congratulations are therefore extended to Senator McCain.

Meanwhile the opposition Democratic contest is dire in the extreme. A Hillary Clinton presidency would undoubtedly be catastrophic for the West - but a triumph for Barack Hussein Obama seems too ghastly to contemplate. Our objection to Obama isn't because he's Black (we would have absolutely no qualms if Condi Rice was eventually to have a tilt at the presidency for instance) but because he is not a proper American - not a proper Westerner. How the son of a White atheist miscegenist and a Kenyan Muslim goat-herdsman, schooled at a Madrassa in Indonesia, could ever be contemplated as a candidate for the US presidency (and thereby to become the leader of the Western World) defies all belief! The most astonishing factor about all this is not the support which this hideous figure is unsurprisingly receiving from America's increasingly worrying number of ethnics, but the backing which he is obtaining from seemingly so many self-hating "Whites". Alas there seems to be something very rotten infecting American society at the moment. We wish the true American people well in defeating this poisonous attitude.



Last month the Springbok Club/ELC was most privileged to be able to welcome Professor Charles Muller as guest speaker. Prof. Muller, who was formerly professor of English at both the University of the North and at UNISA, now runs his own highly successful publishing company, Diadem Books, in the UK. The latest book which Diadem Books has published has been the biography of Sir Winston Churchill's wartime secretary, Elizabeth Nel. In his speech Prof. Muller told something about the most interesting history of his publishing venture, and specifically recounted the background to Elizabeth Nel's biography, "Winston Churchill by his Personal Secretary". He was then joined by two of the authors of other works which Diadem Books has published, Monika Pavlik and Bryan Marlowe, who read several most interesting extracts from their books.



The Kent Branch of the Springbok Club/ELC will be holding an informal get-together on Sunday 16th March at The Ship, Central Parade, on the Herne Bay sea-front (towards the eastern end of the town), from approximately 12.30 hrs onwards. This will provide an ideal opportunity to get to know other members and supporters from the county in a convivial informal atmosphere, and to plan future events to assist with the branch's development. For more information please 'phone: 07711-188430.



The Springbok Club will be holding a special day-long celebration to mark Van Riebeeck's Day early next month. This promises to be the biggest event ever staged by the SC - and we hope will prove to be the best! Details are as follows:-

Date : Saturday 5th April 2008

Time : 13.00 hrs until late

Venue : Stepney, east London - near to Limehouse DRL station (precise location will be given upon purchase of tickets)

Price : £10.00 per head - which includes braai-pack, bread-rolls and salads etc. (discount prices for members of the SC/ELC)

There will be braai-facilities, a bar and South African-orientated videos on show throughout the day - as well as live musical entertainment provided by Robin Willow and Max Somerset. It is also hoped that a number of prominent personalities will be present for everyone to meet.

Tickets can be ordered by writing to: The Springbok Club, BCM SAPAT, London WC1N 3XX, UK (cheques etc. should be made payable to "The Springbok Club").

Please do you best not only to attend this most important event yourselves, but also to bring along as many of your friends and relations as possible. For more information please 'phone: 07711-188430.



The London Branch of the SC/ELC will be staging a trip to see the finish of the Doggett's Coat & Badge race on the Thames in July/August.

A member of the ExCo of the SC/ELC anticipates being in Belfast during August, when it is hoped that the Northern Ireland Branch of the organisation will be re-constituted. He will also be visiting Devon during April and Somerset in early May when informal get-togethers are planned with a view to forming official branches in these two counties.

In addition it is hoped that the Chilterns Branch will be re-constituted, and that a new branch in Sussex/Surrey will be founded very shortly.

Anyone interested in attending any of these events or becoming involved in new branches should 'phone 07711-188430 for more details.



The London Swinton Circle had the very great pleasure of welcoming Lord Stoddart of Swindon, an Independent Labour Life Peer and former Chairman of the Campaign for an Independent Britain, as guest speaker last month. This proved to be a highly successful and well-attended event, in which Lord Stoddart outlined the dangers posed to Britain by the EU's Lisbon Treaty, but then went on to inform everyone about how the House of Lords could still prevent ratification. In this regard he emphasised how important it was for people to write to sitting members of the House of Lords - particularly cross-benchers - asking them to vote against ratification.


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

Date : Thursday 27th March 2008

Time : 19.00 hrs

Venue: The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, London EC3. (Nearest tube station: Bank. Leave via Exit 5).

Guest speaker : Mr. Tom Wise MEP (one of the UKIP-elected MEPs representing the East of England).

Mr. Wise, a former police officer, was first elected an MEP in 2004, and has served as UKIP's spokesman on Culture, Media, Education and Sport. He has taken a special interest in the iniquitous EU Common Fisheries Policy and currently sits on the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee, and will be presenting his new publication "Dead in the Water: How the CFP destroys lives, economies, and environments" at this meeting.



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New Britain held a special event to celebrate St. David's Day in Cardiff this year, during which the National Chairman of New Britain, Mr. Dennis Delderfield, laid a wreath at the Welsh National War Memorial. This event was part of an ongoing series of activities being staged by New Britain throughout the year to emphasise their "Keep the United Kingdom united" campaign.

Mr. Delderfield is also planning to stand for election as Mayor of London this year under the slogan of "Stop the Waste of Public Money". If elected Mr. Delderfield vows not to accept any salary and to do his best to abolish both the post of Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority itself. At the London Mayoral election all voters will be allowed to cast first and second choice votes, with the second choices from all lower-ranked candidates being re-distributed between the two leading first-choice candidates (who almost certainly will prove to be the official Conservative and Labour Party candidates). We therefore have no hesitation in advocating that Mr. Delderfield should receive first choice votes and that Mr. Boris Johnson (the official Conservative Party candidate) the second choices. We know that such advocation may not please supporters of UKIP, whose candidate Mr. Gerard Batten is certainly a most fine and able man. We sincerely believe, however, that Mr. Delderfield's campaign centred around the slogan of "Stop the Waste of Public Money" makes him the more preferable candidate.



It is with deep regret and sadness that we announce that Tusker the elephant was shot at around 11:30 on the morning of 6th January 2008.

We received well over 4000 signatures from people all over the world in a desperate plea for his life to be spared. The shooting was scheduled for Monday, the 7th January so it came as a great shock to hear that he was shot a day early.

Tusker's life had been on the line for some time, but the New Year's party that was held at Charara this year was the straw that broke the camel's back. We have had reports of drugs and alcohol being abused at the party by some of the youngsters who attended. It has been confirmed that they were pulling hairs out of Tusker's tail and slapping him on the rump and running away laughing. They were driving around the camp at high speeds, flashing headlights in Tusker's eyes and hooting at him and we have also had reports of fireworks and beer bottles being thrown at him. Despite all this senseless abuse, we have had no reports of Tusker hurting anyone which is testament to his basic good nature.

His "crime", which led to his death penalty, is that he damaged some cars in his search for food. It is not clear how many cars were damaged. We have had reports that the number was between 2 and 7.

The authorities will probably argue that they have a responsibility to protect the humans and that it would only have been a matter of time before somebody was killed by Tusker. Our argument is that a party of this magnitude, which is attended every year by thousands of youngsters should not be held in a National Park. This is why it is called a "game reserve" and not a "people reserve". There is a sign near the entrance of Charara camp that states "No loud music after 9pm" and "no fireworks". The proprietors of Charara camp hire the biggest music system in Zimbabwe and the music is so loud, it can be heard from one and a half miles away. Where were the organizers of the party when the youngsters started throwing fireworks at Tusker? How do people bring their children up so that they behave in such a despicable manner?

We would like thank all the wonderful people who tried to help us to save Tusker from the bottom of our hearts. We had no idea he was loved so much by so many people all over the world. Zimbabwe, and indeed the world, has suffered a very great loss.

Goodbye my big friend!

Best wishes

Johnny Rodrigues, Chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force
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(see also "Letters to the Editor")



In the "Recommended Web-Site of the Month" section of the January 2008 edition of the SCN we recommended two Rhodesian-orientated web-sites who had established special on-line Book of Remembrances in tribute to the Hon. Ian Douglas Smith. We stated that one of these had been initiated by the Flame Lily Foundation, but we have subsequently been informed that although the Flame Lily Foundation did indeed provide a link to this on-line Book of Remembrance, it was actually provided by Chris Whitehead of the Rhodesians Worldwide organisation ( and can be accessed directly at:-

Our apologies to all concerned for this inadvertent mistake.



A most interesting debate is to be staged on the future of Zimbabwe prior to the forthcoming elections in that country on Saturday 22nd March 2008 at the Scarborough Library, Scarborough in the North Riding of Yorkshire, commencing at 14.00 hrs. This debate is being orchestrated by Mr. Albert Weidemann, the highly respected Zimbabwe human rights campaigner, and will feature representatives from both ZANU-PF and the MDC. Members of the public and the media are keenly invited to attend this most important event.



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The Springbok Club/ELC now retails Union Flag lapel badges and key-rings, price £2.00 each (plus 20% 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.

[We hope to be able to produce the next edition of S.A.Patriot-in-Exile, No.37, very shortly. We would, however, like to clear as much of our existing stock of back-issues as possible prior to publication. Supporters can help us in two ways in this regard, either by making donations which will enable us to distribute more copies, and/or by providing address details of people who might be interesting in receiving copies.]



"WAY OUT OF LINE" by Trisha Jackson

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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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:


"OF RICE AND MEN", by Jimmy Walker

111 pages. Illustrated. With excellent cartoons by Fusilier Norman Lambert, produced whilst in captivity. Soft-back £5.00 (cover price £10.00)

An irreverent, left of centre, look at life as a POW by Jimmy Walker, who was captured by the Japanese following the fall of Singapore in 1942. Jimmy takes us through incarceration at the notorious Changi jail, forced labour on the railroad, and deportation to Japan, where the Japanese exploited the mining skills of the boys from Northumberland. Norman Lambert’s sketches are both amusing and frightening at the same time. Through the bitterness and resentment, and physical trauma of captivity shines the humour and the indomitable spirit of the British soldier. An enjoyable and educational read, with a surprise ending.

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"THE BLIGHT OF BLAIRISM" by Francis Bennion

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"THE THOUSAND STEPS" by Dr Helen Anderson

Dr Anderson spent what she describes as "26 privileged years in Africa, privileged because life was never dull and medical practice never ceased to be truly exciting and fulfilling." It is a personal account of practice, both in Entebbe, Uganda, and the Sudan, Congo and Botswana. She describes her fascinating experiences. She married in Gulu, Uganda, where she ran the local Hospital, dealing with surgical cases never before described in textbooks. She also describes her time in Serowe, Botswana, and the problems with the resident ghost in the Residency.
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"THE RAPE OF ZIMBABWE" by Ricky Wilson - which tells it like it was (and is)!

Rhodesia was once a prosperous and thriving country, and the story of the author's enterprising and entrepreneurial spirit in that land, followed by his desperate escape from the country when, as Zimbabwe, it became ruled by a tyrant, imparts a realistic perspective of the present desperate plight of many exiles from a country that was once a paradise and the breadbasket for so much of Africa.

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No.112 : Mrs. TIMMS of Salisbury

Mrs. Timms (alas we never knew her christian name) was a most remarkable woman who ran a chain of guest houses orientated mainly towards the younger generation in central Salisbury during the 1970s - all catered for by one central dining area which provided a magnificent range of food for all meals throughout the day. This present writer first patronised this establishment whilst still a very young man during his first visit to the Rhodesian capital in 1974, and subsequently recommended it to the famous party of (then) young British patriots who toured Rhodesia in order to express their solidarity with their kith and kin in the country two years later. This proved to be a great inspiration, and indeed the colonial architecture of the particular guest house where the party stayed in 1976 prompted much enthusiastic comment, and the environment for much hopeful planning for the future - plans which alas never really came to fruition. We wonder whether anyone could provide us with any further information about the background of this quite remarkable woman and her establishment, and could also let us know what eventually became of her?



For some time now our movement has enjoyed very close fraternal links with the Canadian-based United Commonwealth Society, but for some unknown reason we have never previously made their excellent web-site our "Recommended Web-Site of the Month". This site has however recently been greatly enhanced and upgraded, so that it now contains a fully comprehensive array of sections about the main Commonwealth nations - including a most encouraging page concerning South Africa. It can be accessed at:-





Living in South Africa, I come in contact with a variety of citizens. Many of my friends are conservative Afrikaners, but I have also come across Blacks who are unhappy with the situation in South Africa. Last night I listened on Radio 702 talk radio to a Black listener who said "our culture is not ready for European conditions". He was referring to someone who wanted the speed limit on our motorways increased above 120 km/h. His feeling was that, although they can now afford cars that can comfortably exceed 200 km/h, most African road users are culturally unsuited for this. Many of those who 'phoned in were Whites who advocated raising the speed limit. (The programme was discussing whether our Minister of Defence, who was trapped by police doing 189 km/h, should be treated differently than any other road user.)

The selection of Peter de Villiers to replace Jake White as Springbok coach was ultimately made on racial grounds. He might turn out to be very good, but he starts with a huge handicap - and he acknowledges it. If the 'Boks don't shape within two years, everyone will blame it on a bad choice of coach. On the other hand, if he can hold South African rugby at the top of the log, South Africa Rugby management will be vindicated.

As for Zuma, there is no certainty that he will become President, although he is set to do so. The widening split within the ANC and its partners may be one outcome that will benefit other parties, but I believe the ANC will close ranks to protect their own interests when it comes to elections, as ZANU-PF has done with Mugabe.

Yours etc.,

Jan Geelvink, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa




Hello, and thanks for a great newsletter.

I was sent the following newspaper article by a friend in Durban. The attitude and opinions of the demented writer cannot go unanswered. I was wondering if you might include the article in a forthcoming SCN and let your readers write to this offensive idiot telling him what a misguided 'turd world' White-hating commie he is. Nobody answers this type of blatant propaganda in South Africa because they are too scared of the communist authorities powers.

It's in your trusted hands now. I hope you can do something to let this person know how many people in the world find his opinion truly offensive:-

"De Villiers must just stay focused.

"Take a bow, South African Rugby and all the non-racial campaigners who refused to scrum with apartheid rugby in the past.

"The appointment of Peter de Villiers as the Springbok coach will spell new hope for sports transformation in a country in which only the privileged class had benefited from the sports economy.

"This breakthrough will not go down well with all the die-hard and rabid White rugby fans, but sometimes we have to swallow a bitter pill to enjoy the sweetness of the future when we can be truly proud of the sports ambassadors who fly our flag. Let's dispel what Adam Small once said: 'The new South Africa is all about black and white.' This is our country now, we will decide not the oppressors.

"De Villiers will find himself in the rough and up against politicking and a tough media, but he must stay the course, and focus on what he is good at - motivating, mentoring, inspiring and coaching our future rugby stars from the poor socio-economic belts from Langa, Soweto to Wentworth. Let the colours of our flag speak for itself.

"Marlan Padayache, 1 Hillside Road, Westville, 3629"

Yours etc.,

Mike, Natal, South Africa




Johnny Rodrigues, and probably everyone who loved Tusker, would like to have a memorial in some form erected at the gate to the park where Tusker lived and died.

We are brainstorming just what the memorial should be and if we can accomplish this with donated talent and funds:-

How should it look?

What should it be made of?

Who will design it?

Who will be the artist that creates it?

Will it be made in Zimbabwe, or will it be made elsewhere and moved to the site?

What will it cost?

Will someone donate their skills in design and/or artistry?

Can we get a team to work together to do it?

Can we raise the funds if we cannot get a donor?

How about everyone who has an idea for a design submit it so that everyone can see them. What if we have a friendly contest to see who can come up with the best design?

These are all things that must be considered, and hopefully, can be accomplished.

Here is one idea that I sent to Johnny:-

"I am wondering if we can't find someone to volunteer to make a big bronze plaque or statue of Tusker with the poem from Elise Matthes and the farewell letter you wrote to Tusker and the three pictures of him. Then it could be placed at the wildlife park entrance, and everyone could read about the terrible deed and the terrible loss of a magnificent animal that they will NEVER get to see because of human ignorance and cruelty."

Yours etc.,

Gayle Hoenig, Colorado, U.S.A.


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