Settlement of the boer-Afrikaner – Paul Kruger
This memorandum by the Boer-Afrikaner Volksraad (Assembly) records the historical connection of the Boer-Afrikaner people to the South African soil.
The correct historical setting is an important aspect in the strive for self-determination, which is the sole purpose of the existence of the Volksraad.
The memorandum is written to the international community to remind the outside world about the rightful claim of the Boer-Afrikaner people to be in South Africa.
The memorandum goes into depth how the European descendants initially acquired land on the southern tip of Africa. How vast uninhabited land was discovered and cultivated, even in the semi- desert where no man could settle without the technology of drilling for water. How treaties were made with the black tribes and how the previous Boer Republics were established.
How self-determination was lost in the Boer Republics and about the present strive and challenges to regain self-determination for the Boer-Afrikaner people.