Friday, May 28, 2010

New Names for Eastern Cape Towns?

Those Marxists, hey? They do love to rewrite history, even though they don't believe in history. Do these people believe in anything other than destruction?

From: Ozzie Saffa

South Africa: New names for Eastern Cape towns!

Port Elizabeth could soon be known as Nelson Mandela! That's right folks - the Black masses of the Eastern Cape are starting to re-write our White history and are going to rename all the cities and towns in the region with their unpronounceable gibberish names. If they had designed, built and founded this area then maybe this wouldn't be so hard to swallow - but they did nothing but be parasites on the white tax money, sucking the teat dry and now they get to run this area into the ground and, to add insult to injury, rename the whole area to boot. No money to keep their people out of poverty and to stop the crime, but they can find the millions that it will cost to rename a whole region!


Most Eastern Cape towns, including East London and many of its suburbs, could have new names by the end of the year.

Members of the provincial Geographical Names Committee ’s (PGNC) are soon to criss-cross the entire Eastern Cape, holding meetings with different communities and other stakeholders to gather views on the proposed names for the province’s towns, suburbs and other places with colonial names.

Towns that could have their names changed include East London, Grahamstown, Uitenhage, King William’s Town and Port Elizabeth.

The committee has, over the past few months, received submissions on what these towns and their suburbs should now be called. The committee has now drawn up a short-list and is to present it at the public hearings.

Among its proposals is that East London be renamed Gompo; that King William’s Town become Qonce; Grahamstown, Nxele; and Uitenhage, Qhagqiwa. If the committee has its way, it would also change Port Elizabeth to Nelson Mandela.

Other proposed names are:
West Bank to Nongqongqo;
Wilsonia to Nqaza;
Peelton to Ncemerha;
Mount Coke to Mkhangiso;
Abbotsford to Vakwini;
Newlands to Nxarhuni;
Nahoon River to Nxarhuni River;
Nahoon to Nxarhuni;
Buffalo River to Qonce River;
Frankfort to Donqaba; and
Gonubie to Qunube.

Committee chairperson advocate Loyiso Mpumlwana said the committee had delayed the process in order to allow for enough time for communities and other stakeholders to make submissions. “We have been busy formulating district committees, as well as familiarising people and municipalities about the Geographical Names Committee and what it is all about,” he said.

The new process starts all over again on Monday, June 7, when the committee spends the week holding four public hearings in around Buffalo City Municipality. From there it will move to other parts of the province. “The process is aimed at giving residents who live in these areas a say, and we want to reach as many people as possible,” Mpumlwana said.

During the public hearings, residents will be given a chance to either submit new names or vote when more than one option for a particular place is given.

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13 Opinion(s):

Piet the Pirate said...

Thank God. Now, if they would only rename the country Azania, then the whites won´t be associated with the shit hole this place will end up being.

Trey Cruz said...

"this is the way the world will end....not with a bang, but with a whimper."

laager said...

Has this committee consulted with white people to canvas their views on what the towns should be called?

FishEagle said...

I agree with Piet. It hasn't felt like any of the places I used to know for a long time now. I don't feel any kind of ownership for (including responsibility towards)'my country' anymore.

the watchmaker said...

Hey Piet!

what's up with you, mate? how come you don't comment or blog on SAS anymore??

Piet the Pirate said...

Anonymous the watchmaker said...
Hey Piet! What's up with you, mate? how come you don't comment or blog on SAS anymore?

Howzit ou maat. I was fired by old Gonville because of my "anti semitic" views. LOL.
Anyways, I thought SAS was no more. Have I got that wrong?

Exzanian said...

Piet the Pirate
Let's keep it that way. Some of these blogs, like SAS and ILSA, act as flypaper for freaks :)
SAS has resurrected, and I'm glad for that. The message may be white hot heavy metal, but we need that in the blogosphere, sans anti semitism...

Piet the Pirate said...

Exzanian said...
Piet the Pirate. Let's keep it that way. Some of these blogs, like SAS and ILSA, act as flypaper for freaks :)

I´m not anti anything. I simply pointed out the cold hard fact that all the senior advisors on Obama´s administration were jews. How does that make me anti semitic? (other than the fact I think Obama and his whole administration are a cunch of bunts)

Piet said...

Good, mostly English names.

(Uitenhage being the exemption)

I did not heard English people complain when all the Afrikaans name were changed.

Anonymous said...

I LIKE the idea of the ignorant and arrogant useless classes renaming everything. I can then remember what a beautiful productive place Pretoria was without having to seperate it from the complete cluster fuck that is Tshwane.

Let them RENAM every one of their FAILED towns. We can then remember the good times without any strings. Let the "WHITE" connection be severed forever from the "BLACK" fuckup.

I just wish they would put South Africa out of its misery and call it ARSEZANIA or some other munt name. We can then remember our countrys greatness without mouring its destruction too much.

VIVA RE-NAMING VIVA!!!

Zarky said...

"Give me 20 divisions American soldiers and I will breach Europe. Give me 15 consisting of Englishmen, and I will advance to the borders of Berlin. Give me two divisions of those marvellous fighting Boers (Meaning Farmer, originating from the Boer War) and I will remove Germany from the face of the earth."

Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery, Commander of the Allled forces during WWII.

"The Americans fight for a free world, the English mostly for honour and glory and medals, the French and Canadians decide too late that they have to participate. The Italians are too scared to fight; the Russians have no choice. The Germans for the Fatherland. The Boers? Those sons of bitches fight for the hell of it."
American General, George "Guts and Glory" Patton

"Take a community of Dutchmen of the type of those who defended themselves for fifty years against all the power of Spain at a time when Spain was the greatest power in the world. Intermix with them a strain of those inflexible French Huguenots, who gave up their name and left their country forever at the time of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The product must obviously be one of the most rugged, virile, unconquerable races ever seen upon the face of the earth. Take these formidable people and train them for seven generations in constant warfare against savage men and ferocious beasts, in circumstances in which no weakling could survive; place them so that they acquire skill with weapons and in horsemanship, give them a country which is eminently suited to the tactics of the huntsman, the marksman and the rider. Then, finally, put a fine temper upon their military qualities by a dour fatalistic Old Testament religion and an ardent and consuming patriotism. Combine all these qualities and all these impulses in one individual and you have the modern Boer."

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes Stories)

Zarky said...

"Give me 20 divisions American soldiers and I will breach Europe.

Give me 15 consisting of Englishmen, and I will advance to the borders of Berlin.

Give me two divisions of those marvellous fighting Boers (Meaning Farmer, originating from the Boer War) and I will remove Germany from the face of the earth."

Field Marshal Bernard L.
Montgomery, Commander of the Allled forces during WWII.


"The Americans fight for a free world,
the English mostly for honour and glory and medals,
the French and Canadians decide too late that they have to participate.
The Italians are too scared to fight;
the Russians have no choice.
The Germans for the Fatherland. The Boers?
Those sons of bitches fight for the hell of it."
American General, George "Guts and Glory" Patton

"Take a community of Dutchmen of the type of those who defended themselves for fifty years against all the power of Spain at a time when Spain was the greatest power in the world. Intermix with them a strain of those inflexible French Huguenots, who gave up their name and left their country forever at the time of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The product must obviously be one of the most rugged, virile, unconquerable races ever seen upon the face of the earth. Take these formidable people and train them for seven generations in constant warfare against savage men and ferocious beasts, in circumstances in which no weakling could survive; place them so that they acquire skill with weapons and in horsemanship, give them a country which is eminently suited to the tactics of the huntsman, the marksman and the rider. Then, finally, put a fine temper upon their military qualities by a dour fatalistic Old Testament religion and an ardent and consuming patriotism. Combine all these qualities and all these impulses in one individual and you have the modern Boer."

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

This does not apply to the modern South African male anymore, I know it has got nothing to do with this topic but this is my 5 cent for today.

Etherman said...

@Zarky
We can't be like that anymore because we're crippled by the libtard's mental disease of political correctness and compassion towards everyone and everything except one's own. The only okes who stand fast for what they believe and are prepared to fight everyone are people like the Israelis - and we can see how the whole world hates them for it, and those that aren't libtards (the superstitious war mongering sand monkeys) use the suicidal compassion of stupid liberal white people against them.

I think the advantage of the original Boers is that they didn't start with much, so what they had they earned with toil and blood and knew what it would be like to lose it. We moderners didn't really "fight" for what we've got so it's maybe a little more abstract to think we could lose it and end up back in the stone age.