We wanted to leave Professor Lagoudakis’s words intact and unedited due to the passion they convey. George’s native tongue is Greek.
P.W. Botha – Commemorating a Great Statesman by Professor George Lagoudakis
by Professor George Lagoudakis
A true fighter and reformer, P.W. BOTHA passed away on the 31st of October in 2006.
During my stay in South Africa as a UCT history student, I was blessed to have become a friend of the great man.
As an eager-to-learn history student, I was blessed to have learnt about so many things in politics of SA and the world by someone who experienced first hand,and fought against the new world order and the puppet-government they tried to impose on SA people at that time.
What i saw when i first met him was a meek, sagacious and charismatic character, loved and cared for by his loving wife Barbara.
He still possessed a keen interest in politics and dedication to his people’s welfare, during a time when the world’s press was vilifying him.
What I need to say to the world, commemorating him is that HE DID NOT HATE PEOPLE,
HE JUST LOVED HIS FOLK. HE TOOK PRIDE IN HAVING ABOLISHED OLD SEGREGATION LAWS. MOSTLY THOUGH,HE WAS WORRYING ABOUT THE FUTURE OF HIS FOLK.
Who of his successors cared about the wonderful Afrikaner folk as much as he did?
What is their situation now, when farm killings are more or less equal to a genocide, and there is no hope of any sort of sovereignty in their old provinces\native lands in a country that THEY created.
Did he die vindicated?
A grim reminder to all this is where MY country goes now and the question of whether we Greeks are going to survive as a nation, seeing the new world order and our puppet governments first impoverishing us and secondly turning us into a minority in our own country.
And something to chuckle about; During my last visit to their Wilderness home i mentioned that i had seen him on tv the other day, appearing in the Supreme Court in Cape Town as the news had shown the day before. Well he said” the fact is that i did not move from here, and i certainly was not in Cape Town yesterday. I haven’t been to Cape Town in months.”
What the tv channels had shown as “breaking news” of P.W. BOTHA appearing at the supreme court in Cape Town was in fact digitally mastered! Sounds so familiar with so much “news” shown on our tv channels here in Greece too.
I hope that all nations be happy and blessed enough to have leaders like him.
LONG LIVE HIS MEMORY. (waiting for George’s specs, Anna)
Professor George Lagoudakis earned his PhD in history at the University of Capetown. He is currently a professor of History at the University of __________, Greece, a proponent of restoring Greek national sovereignty, and a good friend to the EKP.