This documentary film premiered in April 2013, and details the genocide in South Africa, of the “Boers", which is a Dutch / Afrikaans word for ‘farmer”, and references a specific cultural group that was descended from the first white tribe of Southern Africa.
THE LAST OF THE BOERS
Mel Ve is South African born and descended from the Boers, having left her home country of South Africa in 1999, whilst living in exile ever since as an economic refugee.
The Last of the Boers documents the real history of the Boers, which has been largely misconstrued by the government controlled academic establishment. Mel Ve explores the true motivations and manufactured war pretexts that justified the British innovation of the Boer Republics, resulting in the two Freedom Wars, otherwise known as the Anglo Boer Wars.
This documentary also shows the clear intent of the African National Congress Government currently ruling South Africa, to “Kill the Boers”. The ANC government is currently engaged in a much ignored genocide against the white people of South Africa. Mel Ve exposes the true power players behind key figure such as Nelson Mandela, whilst exposing the myth of Apartheid. This revisionist history view of South Africa, shows much evidence of the lies and corruption which have destroyed one of the most beautiful places on Earth. This film is a controversial and ground breaking expose of a largely ignored tragedy that is going on to this very day.
But most importantly, this film is a tribute to Mel Ve’s people, many of whom are still in South Africa and struggling to survive the genocide, including Mel’s own immediate family.
The Last of the Boers features parts of interviews with an international group of experts who have shared information in this area, including Vatican Assassins author Eric John Phelps; Ed Begley and Steven Strong of Forgotten Origins.
Mel Ve recommends reading her book THE SOUTH AFRICAN GUIDE TO THE GLOBAL CONSPIRACY