Apartheid – Britain’s Bastard Child – Contents

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
► HUMILIATION AS A PATHWAY TO VIOLENCE
1. The Ever-Present Past
2. Humiliation as Bloodless Violence
3. The Übermensch in the 19th Century was an Englishman
4. The Übermensch Comes to Cape Town
► A SEARCH FOR FREEDOM AND DIGNITY
5. Origins of the Great Trek (1836–1838)
6. Adrift on the Veld: The Great Trek (1835–1846)
7. A Brief Interlude of Freedom: A Rural Utopia
8. Afrikaner Dream Collapses
► THE HIDDEN IMPERIALIST AGENDA
9. Rise of the Jingo, a Particular British Chauvinism
10. A Trial Run for the Genocidal Attack on Kruger’s Republic
► HOW TO START A WAR – PROPAGANDA ONSLAUGHT
11. Control the Press – Sir Alfred Milner Manoeuvres
12. Blacken Your Enemy’s Name – Write Patriotic Poems and Recruit a Deity
13. Maintain Your Hypocrisy
14. Attack Your Opponents – Pro-Boers; British Voices Against War
15. The Empire’s Soldiers
► THE END GAME
16. Milner & Co on the Warpath
17. Boers to Negotiate or be Exterminated
► WAR AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN
18. Scorched Earth
19. Assault and Sexual Violence Against Women and Young Girls
20. The Solution – Concentration Camps
21. May 1902 – The War is Over
22. Denialist: Conan Doyle and Lizzie Van Zyl
23. Surviving Children’s Camp Memories
24. Black People Divided During the War
► THE AFTERMATH
25. Still Not the End
26. War Trauma and the Impact on the Surviving Families
► AFRIKANERS RISE UP FROM THE DUST – ENACTMENT
27. The Humiliation of Poverty
28. Search for Identity: The Language Struggle
29. Insults to Injury – Books Humiliating Post-War Afrikaners: Will it Ever Stop?
30. Afrikaner Nationalism and Mythologising
31. Afrikaner Rage Towards the English: Enactment and Warnings
32. Ongoing Insults and Lies: Still Doing the Rounds
33. The Long Road from Humiliation and Trauma to Apartheid
► THE FALLACY OF MORAL SUPERIORITY
34. British Apartheid – The Genesis 1894: Britain’s Bastard Child
35. Humiliation and Trauma of Black People in South Africa at The Hands of
Europeans
► THREE VIEWS OF AFRIKANERS AND A RESPONSE
36. Three People – Three Views
Conclusion
Addendum: The Historical Origins of White Racism
Addendum: Some findings of recent studies on Prejudice