Classic EssaysNeil Camberly

Want Honesty About Africa? Look to Japan

In Zimbabwe, they often refer to roaming, pillaging gangs of armed Blacks like this one as “war veterans.”

Japanese filmmakers honestly portray situation affecting White farmers of South Africa and Zimbabwe — but important film is nowhere to be found online or for sale anywhere. 

by Neil Camberly

I SAT IN on my girlfriend’s class about a decade ago, watching an excellent video account of the farm invasions — after staying up late the night before helping her write a paper about Mugabe’s reign of corruption and how it was nevertheless loyal to its core revolutionary ideology: Black power at any cost.

The film was amazing. [And it has apparently been consigned to the memory hole. — Ed.] If the instructor hadn’t been a naïve east Asian grad student, in other words, if she were a Jew or a proven Marxist whom the Jewish faculty allowed to be tenured in as a professor, this film would have never have been shown.

The room was packed, and we were perfectly positioned to scan the faces of the students as scenes of murderous, primitive, enormous Black mobs contrasted so starkly with those of the elegant, civilized European farmers we’d later see bloodied at the feet of the jubilant Blacks. The scenes of densely packed rivers of thousands of Blacks chanting “AK47” in loose unison with smiles on their faces was particularly haunting. The most powerful impression was the unmistakable similarity in mannerisms, behavior, and mentality these Blacks had to their genetic (racial) kin in my own city, despite being separated by ten thousand miles, four hundred years, and a completely different culture. When the film showed several hundred South African Boers, clearly the cream of the genetic crop, gathering in a ceremonial hall, singing the old national anthem to commemorate the foundation of the great nation they tore from nothing, the one Black student in the class, a mulatto really, got up and left the room. You could cut the tension with a knife.


Then the instructor, totally oblivious to the emotional impact of non-PC ideas on some students, began more-or-less honestly addressing the enormous question: Why does Black majority rule always degenerate into chaos? She reviewed a few theories for us. First: They simply don’t have the right leaders. What they need is an army of Nelson Mandelas: selfless, sophisticated ideologues. Second: the post-colonial legacy. Blacks are so deeply scarred by their ancestors’ exploitation that they simply can’t pull themselves together.

But Mandela’s South Africa is almost as big a basket case as Zimbabwe, I pointed out. As a matter of fact, farming in South Africa is currently the most deadly occupation in the world (we had only seen the part of the video showing the plight of the White farmers of Zimbabwe). And the former southeast Asian colonies did so well so quickly that the post-colonial legacy crap hasn’t a leg to stand on.

She said, “Yeah, that’s something to think about. The failure of Africa is the holy grail of political science. But we can’t get into thinking that there is something inherently wrong with Africa, because those . . . theories . . . are . . . don’t have much . . . merit.” She continued: “Scholars have been very creative to explain it. Right now a wildly popular book explains the failure in terms of climate, and the practical matters associated with building a civilization. But that really doesn’t make much sense to me. Who knows?”

The ROTC guys started cracking up.

It felt great to finally point out the elephant in the corner of the room without worrying about my grade.

I went home and looked up the film. No wonder! It was made by NHK of Japan! Check it out yourselves: Zimbabwe and South Africa: Still far from Coexistence (NHK, Japan; 49 min). It’s a must see. [Well, it would be a must see if you could obtain it. During the last decade, the film has been effectively shelved and only appears to exist as VHS copies in a very few library collections. — Ed.]

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14 October, 2018 4:42 am

Why is Boswania not a failure? White’s create then very condiction that make all other nations in sub Saharan countries a failure. Boswania was lucky to escape that singular factor.

Maurice Francis
Maurice Francis
Reply to  Tayo
14 October, 2018 4:24 pm

Are you suggesting that negroes have no part to play in the failed states they have occupied where they were and still are the majority of the population? South Africa and Rhodesia were self-sufficient first world civilizations before negroes took over, now Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) is one of the poorest countries on earth and South Africa is on that same path. Before Whites came to Africa, Congoids were running around half naked living in mud huts partially made of cow dung. The better aspects of the life they are living today are because of their contact with the White man’s civilization). Blacks never seem to amaze me in their stupidity, ignorance, ungratefulness, and lack of regard for life

Reply to  Maurice Francis
13 October, 2020 6:08 pm

Don’t forget Kenya and Zanzibar.

Every white colony in Africa went down or became a mess after it was voluntarily handed over to blacks. I don’t know of one European African colony that maintained the same level of civilization after it was transferred over. Even after those leaders had been trained under the whites to maintain the system whites established they could not hold it together.

The video “Africa Addio” (Africa Blood and Guts) should be required viewing in schools.

Lord of Whiteness
Lord of Whiteness
18 October, 2018 2:18 pm

I did a search for the “Japanese documentary” but the closest to it I could find was this 90 minute documentary, available to watch for free on YouTube:

James Clayton
James Clayton
18 October, 2018 8:12 pm
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Reply to  James Clayton
13 October, 2020 6:14 pm

Your video has been deleted – account terminated by you tube. The other video now requires sign in and will soon be deleted.

They control the media. They will allow pornography. feminism, homosexuality, perversion, extreme violence, anti-Christian hate, and every kind of vile evil thing you can imagine. – but they will will not allow truth about the subject race.

Suggest you upload on Bitchute. It’s the last place to find videos about the truth about race without going to TOR.

11 October, 2020 3:27 pm

I have a VHS to CD player which can be copied onto a computer and uploaded. Where is the VHS for this for sale? You can’t let them delete it. They are trying to do the same with “Africa Addio”. The media masters are constantly deleting anywhere they can find it online. ANY recordings showing the truth with an uncensored documentary must be preserved. They are also deleting the white genocide videos just like they did with the videos of blacks in America jumping whites in groups. ALL those videos were deleted and I think the only place you can find them is Bit Chute. There must be a way to have all these videos on hardware in one place so that no matter how many times they try to… Read more »