A former RN executive had posted a photo on Twitter where he denounced the omnipresence of “mixed-race babies”. The Secretary of State then asked him for the address of the supermarket to give such a doll to her niece.
Articles by Dan Roodt
Dan Roodt from South Africa interviews Vávra Suk, editor of Nya Tyder newspaper, on the failure of multiculturalism in Sweden, as well as the rise of populism in his country and in Europe generally.
JohannesburgWhen the daughter of Nelson Mandela and South Africa's ambassador to Denmark had tweeted that she hoped that white farmers in South Africa were "shivering" as their land would soon be confiscated by her party, popular singer Steve Hofmeyr responded to Zindzi Mandela that she worked for taxpayers like him.
During South Africa's recent parliamentary elections, the Freedom Front Plus almost trebled its number of votes to 414 844 and the number of its MPs in the national parliament increased from 4 to 10. Dan Roodt spoke to a long-standing and prominent party member, Werner Weber.
One of the leading intellectuals of the French 'New Right' who later developed his own ideas around the fate of the West has just died. Dan Roodt looks at the man and his ideas, comparing him to Jean-Paul Sartre on the Left.
With South Africa shell-shocked by the scale of government corruption being revealed in the media, Western embassies in Pretoria have been grovelling before their protégé, the ANC. The European Left will not criticise the country's slide into failed-state status.
Leftists are no longer proponents of atheism or secularism, as long as the religion concerned is Islam. From 'postcolonial feminists' to French municipalities, the Muslim faith has found favour in left-wing circles.
The outcome of the Bavarian state election demonstrates the increasing instability of German politics, brought about by chancellor Merkel's fateful embrace of immigration.
Given its radical anti-Western policies and ideology, South Africa could soon become a base for terror attacks and propaganda against Western countries, argues Dan Roodt.
Following on the South African government's intention to confiscate all white-owned farms in the country without compensation, Australian minister of home affairs Peter Dutton has offered persecuted farmers refuge in his country.