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  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "Untamed" (1955)

    08/10/2014 10:49:22 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 11 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1955 | Henry King
  • Wales: Campaign to improve Rorke's Drift hero's grave [1964 Movie Zulu Men of Harlech]

    06/29/2014 7:34:22 AM PDT · by bd476 · 98 replies
    Wales Online ^ | June 29, 2014
    Wales Online Campaign to improve Rorke's Drift hero's grave Pte James Owen, played by Ivor Emmanuel in Zulu was laid to rest in Swansea, now plans are underway to re-dedicate his grave Image is from clip of the 1964 movie Zulu Private Owen, Ivor Emmanuel (left) with Lieutenant John Chard, Stanley Baker in the classic film Zulu June 29, 2014 06:00 By Robin Turner His role in the battle of Rorke’s Drift was immortalised in the 1964 movie Zulu, yet James Owen’s grave is marked with just a few rotten pieces of wood bearing his name. Now a campaign...
  • South African president Zuma reveals he used to practice witchcraft against white people

    01/12/2014 5:17:32 AM PST · by Zakeet · 30 replies
    (UK) Daily Mail ^ | January 9, 2014 | Dan Newling
    South Africa's president Jacob Zuma has told how he used to practise witchcraft against white people. Speaking in his native Zulu language at a pre-election rally in the country's rural north, he told a crowd of his voodoo past. 'I used to practise witchcraft around here, bewitching the Boers during apartheid', Zuma reportedly said.
  • This Week In History: The Battle of Rorke's Drift

    01/20/2013 4:05:47 PM PST · by Argus · 36 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1/20/13 | Me
    This week, January 22-23 marks the 134th anniversary of the Battle of Rorke's Drift in Natal Province, South Africa. Everyone knows the story of the small company of Welsh troops from the 24th Regiment of Foot who held off a force of up to 4,000 Zulu warriors who outnumbered them twenty to one. I plan to celebrate the occasion tomorrow by viewing the classic movie of the siege starring Stanley Baker and Michael Caine, made fifty years ago. It looks like there won't be anything else worth watching on TV that day anyway.
  • Jacob Zuma backs traditional courts instead of "white man's way"

    11/05/2012 4:49:01 PM PST · by MinorityRepublican · 13 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | Sunday, November 4, 2012 | Aislinn Laing
    Jacob Zuma, the South African president, has issued a ringing endorsement of traditional courts, saying that problems should be resolved “the African way, not the white man’s way”. Mr Zuma, a proud Zulu who himself subscribes to traditional practices such as polygamy, said that those living in rural communities in South Africa found the traditional justice system a better way of resolving their disputes. “Prisons are done by people who cannot resolve problems,” he was quoted as saying by South Africa’s Times newspaper. “Let us solve African problems the African way, not the white man’s way. Let us not be...
  • Black Panther leader on Election Day: 'We will be there'

    09/18/2012 1:32:41 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 16 replies
    The Examiner ^ | September 17, 2012 | Dave Gibson
    On Sunday night, chairman of the New Black Panther Party, Malik Zulu Shabazz, appeared on WABC's "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio," and claimed that his organization is now thinking about "legally and lawfully go to the polls again to make sure there is no intimidation against our people, which was our intent in 2008." Later in the interview, Shabazz declared: "We will be there." Listen to the full interview at left... Shortly after becoming Attorney General, Eric Holder dropped charges against three Black Panthers, who were caught on video, trying to intimidate white voters outside of a Philadelphia polling location on...
  • (Islamic Jihad in the Caribbeans) Trinidad police arrest two members of Islamic group

    12/27/2005 8:49:14 PM PST · by Actuality · 4 replies · 556+ views
    Trinidad police arrest two members of Islamic group after bomb found ... Trinidad also has experienced a rash of bombings this year: four bombs were detonated in Port of Spain and St James, on the capital outskirts, between July and October, injuring about 25 people. Police haven't charged anyone in those bombings and haven't said they believe Jamaat al Muslimeen was involved.
  • [South African president] Jacob Zuma 'fathers 20th child with friend's daughter'

    02/01/2010 8:56:39 PM PST · by bruinbirdman · 7 replies · 628+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 1/31/2010 | Sebastien Berger in Johannesburg
    His latest offspring, a girl, was reported on Sunday to have been born in October to Sonono Khoza, 39, the divorced daughter of Irvin Khoza, according to the country's Sunday Times newspaper. Mr Khoza is the chairman of the organising committee for the football World Cup finals to be held in South Africa later this year. The newspaper said the girl's name was registered as Thandekile Matina Zuma. Mr Zuma, 67, is a proud Zulu traditionalist, and as well as his polygamy – he married his third current wife and fifth overall, Thobeka Madiba, earlier this month – he has...
  • Jacob Zuma's 'Love Child' Sparks Political Row [South African President: 5 Wives & 20 Children]

    01/31/2010 2:14:17 PM PST · by Steelfish · 8 replies · 421+ views
    BBCNews ^ | January 31, 2010 | Jonah Fisher
    Jacob Zuma's 'Love Child' Sparks Political Row By Jonah Fisher BBC News, Johannesburg South Africa's main opposition party has accused the country's president of contradicting the government's message on HIV/Aids prevention. The Democratic Alliance issued a statement after claims that Jacob Zuma had fathered a child out of wedlock last year. There has been no comment from the woman, Sonono Khoza, Mr Zuma, or his party, the ANC. Mr Zuma married for the fifth time earlier this year. Although he is thought to have at least 20 children, Mr Zuma has always refused to say exactly how many offspring he...
  • [South African] Man Marries 4 Women at Same Time

    10/11/2009 12:10:54 AM PDT · by chuck_the_tv_out · 22 replies · 1,214+ views
    FOX5 ^ | 10 Oct | MIKE BRODY
    A South African man wanted to marry four women, but didn’t want to pay for four weddings, so he combined all the ceremonies into one. Milton Mbhele, 44, went against traditional polygamous wedding rules by marrying his four brides at the same time last month, according to the Kenyan Daily Nation . The four brides, Happiness Mdlolo (24), Thobile Vilakazi (34), Smangele Cele (23) and Zanele Langa (24) walked down the aisle together before saying “We do” to the happy groom. Mbhele said he loves all the women equally and that he didn’t marry them purely for the spectacle but...
  • Movies We Like: ‘Zulu’

    09/02/2009 2:59:57 PM PDT · by kingattax · 49 replies · 1,592+ views
    Big Hollywood ^ | 9-2-09 | Kurt Schlichter
    The members of the ruling class of the British Isles seem to be committed to demonstrating that they are nothing but hopeless neo-socialists busy sacrificing their green and pleasant land on the altar of nanny-state multiculturalism. It seems that every day there is a report of some new Labor assault on free speech, a fresh disaster in the decaying single-payer health care system, or another craven surrender to domestic jihadism. The latest atrocity is Scotland’s politicians’ ”compassionate release” of Lockerbie mass-murderer Abdulbaset al-Megrahi, a shameful maneuver that managed to combine greed, cowardice and self-righteousness all into one gutless package. I...
  • S Africa's Dilemma: Two Wives, one First Lady

    04/23/2009 3:13:46 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 10 replies · 647+ views
    The Times of India ^ | 24 Apr 2009
    There’s little question who will lead South Africa after Wednesday’s national election. The real mystery lies in who will be the country’s first lady. As Jacob Zuma, the man preordained to be the country’s next president, voted in his rural Zulu homeland Wednesday, one of his two current wives stood to the side watching patiently as he was mobbed by cheering crowds and reporters. But Nompumelelo Ntuli, 34, Zuma’s newest and youngest wife, was soon attracting her own crowd of admirers. Women whispered, “Isn’t she beautiful!” as Ntuli decked out in an apricot and blue tie-dye outfit beamed happily. “Jesus...
  • Zuma to rule South Africa like Zulu king

    04/12/2009 2:24:18 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 21 replies · 1,283+ views
    timesonline.co.uk ^ | April 12, 2009 | Rian Malan
    Zuma’s blueprint for governance accords fairly closely with the descriptions of early anthropologists: like any African king, he will rely on the counsel of wise advisers. This worries Mosiuoa Lekota, the former ANC hero and now a leader of the breakaway Congress of the People. He points out that the Communist party and its allied trade unions played a critical role in the overthrow of Mbeki and believes the left now controls the ANC. “Even Zuma has said as much,” Lekota noted. “He told the ANC national executive, ‘I owe nobody anything here. The only people I will consult beyond...
  • Report: Obama Re-Gifted Queen's iPod (Humor)

    04/03/2009 7:33:16 AM PDT · by SvenWaring · 14 replies · 737+ views
    DotPenn ^ | 04-03-2009 | Sven Waring
    iPod Save The QueenBuckingham Palace is in an uproar after learning a gift from Obama was given to him as a present by Goodwill Zwelethini, King of the Zulu nation.President Barack Obama later gave her highness, Queen Elizabeth, the same iPod as a gift in recognition of their first meeting. No one really knows why. Now, according to palace spokesman Dudley Liddlesham, the Queen discovered the present had been re-gifted."Oh, she's bloody hell hot," said Liddlesham. "She's not taking tea. She's not practicing her special hand wave. She's just upset."
  • The battle of blood river

    12/24/2008 10:24:35 AM PST · by mainestategop · 10 replies · 807+ views
    MSG Blog ^ | 12/20/08 | Mainestategop
    Its the 170th anniversary of a pioneer story hardly anyone ever hears anymore. One of those stories about courageous men with nothing more than a bag of seeds, a hoe, hammer and musket, a pregnant wife and a horse come to stay. They fought off wild animals, hostile natives, outlaw bandits and other hardships to make the once desolate landscape a land of flowing milk and honey. The story you are about to read is one that hardly any American ever hears. Primarily because this story is not set in the wild untamed west of North America but in the...
  • Remembering British Valor: The Defence of Rorke's Drift

    04/16/2007 12:46:53 PM PDT · by mondonico · 9 replies · 335+ views
    RorkesDriftVC.Com ^ | John Young
    [On 21-22 January 1879, immediately after the disaster of Isandlwana, Zululand, where Britain's initial invading force was wiped out by the Zulus, aproximately 150 British soldiers, wounded and volunteers defended a supply depot and hospital against 4000 Zulu warriors at a place called Rorke's Drift.] [snip] .... From a position on top of the store's roof, Private Fred Hitch shouted he could see some four to six thousand Zulus advancing towards the post. One wit, Private Augustus Morris, retorted from below, "Is that all?" Chard withdrew the infantry picquets and the Zulus came in sight. Ranged against Chard's command of...
  • Rocked By AIDS, Zulu Kingdom Now Faces Even Worse Foe: Incurable TB

    09/12/2006 6:50:19 PM PDT · by blam · 5 replies · 635+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 9-13-2006 | Chris McGreal
    Rocked by Aids, Zulu kingdom now faces even worse foe: incurable TB Doctors fear fresh fight with South African health chiefs for cash to battle new strain Chris McGreal and Tugela Ferry Wednesday September 13, 2006 The Guardian (UK) The first clue to the hidden killer stalking villages in the Zulu kingdom revealed itself at a small rural hospital long besieged by epidemics. Doctors at the Church of Scotland hospital in Tugela Ferry were already grappling with the onslaught of Aids and its partner in death, tuberculosis. But some relief appeared to be in sight when, after years of criticism...
  • Experts find site of Zulu siege

    08/22/2006 10:26:50 AM PDT · by Marius3188 · 125 replies · 3,067+ views
    BBC ^ | 22 Aug 2006 | Stephen Stewart
    British soldiers fighting the Zulus experienced appalling conditions similar to the muddy killing fields of World War I, it has emerged. Archaeologists have revealed details of soldiers' battle for survival during a bloody siege in the Anglo-Zulu War. The colonial war in 1879 was dramatised by Michael Caine in the film Zulu. Historians lacked detailed evidence of the troops' daily lives, but a team of experts from Glasgow have now uncovered a forgotten British fort. The site at KwaMondi, Eshowe, in South Africa, has been hailed as a treasure trove of historical information which sheds light on the heroism and...
  • Communism and human nature (Bolshie Mod sez, Arise ye kittens of the earth!)

    04/05/2005 10:50:57 AM PDT · by Sammy sam · 153 replies · 8,234+ views
    Many argue that communism will never be possible because of "human nature". The essence of this false argument is the belief that a communist society would consist of an all-powerful central government that would tell everybody what to do--and would therefore undermine the creative initiative of individuals and the search for happiness. • This argument is based on two false assumptions: (1) It assumes that a communist society will look like the former Soviet Union, or the current China, North Korea, etc (ie: corrupt police states with a feudal-style ruling class) (2) It assumes that people will only work in...
  • UN Panel: No Single Nation Should Control Internet Addresses

    07/16/2005 6:52:29 AM PDT · by grundle · 40 replies · 2,139+ views
    Yahoo! ^ | Jul 14 2005 | Aoife White
    http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/cmp/20050715/tc_cmp/165702500 UN Panel: No Single Nation Should Control Internet Addresses Aoife White Thu Jul 14, 9:38 PM ET BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP)--A U.N. panel created to recommend how the Internet should be run in the future has failed to reach consensus but did agree that no single country should dominate. The United States stated two weeks ago that it intended to maintain control over the computers that serve as the Internet's principal traffic cops. In a report released Thursday, the U.N. panel outlined four possible options for the future of Internet governance for world leaders to consider at a November "Information...
  • Red Alert... list of Left groups plan to surround the Whitehouse on Sept 24th

    07/14/2005 12:53:28 PM PDT · by Thunder90 · 127 replies · 8,101+ views
    Here is the list so far for sponcers to this hate America fest: ANSWER Code Pink UFPJ NION Al Awda World Workers Party Ruckas Revolutionary Communist party Moveon.org ACORN Campus Antiwar Network International Socialist Org Greens Party Muslim Student Association CPUSA
  • US chat show host (Oprah) could be a Zulu

    06/15/2005 6:20:38 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 36 replies · 1,237+ views
    BBC News ^ | 6/15/05 | BBC
    DNA experts have questioned Oprah Winfrey's belief that she is a member of South Africa's Zulu nation. The African-American chat-show host announced during a recent visit to South Africa that she had had a DNA test that had shown her to be a Zulu. She also told South Africans she felt "at home" in the country. "I went in search of my roots and had my DNA tested, and I am a Zulu," Ms Winfrey said at a seminar in Johannesburg last week. Professor Himla Soodyall of South Africa's National Health Laboratory Service said it was likely that Oprah Winfrey...
  • Zulu:The Battle of Rorke’s Drift: 22-23 January 1879

    01/23/2005 9:39:11 AM PST · by ijcr · 35 replies · 9,602+ views
    Military History Online ^ | 2002 | Gilbert Padilla
    We've all seen the marvellous movie'Zulu', where the heroic Welsh garrison at Rorke's Drift match the power of the awesome Zulu Impis. The Two Armies By the middle of the nineteenth century Great Britain held two colonies in southern Africa, the Cape Colony and Natal. These stretched from the southern tip of the continent (the Cape) upwards along its eastern coast (Natal). In the interior of the region were two independent Boer republics, the Orange Free State and the Transvaal. Among these European enclaves were the remnants of the original African nations, the strongest of which was the Zulu kingdom,...
  • Recent News! They discover proof that Atlantis did not submerge complete but only one part...

    01/06/2005 11:36:29 AM PST · by Maria Fdez-Valmayor · 64 replies · 7,946+ views
    Atlantis News Agency. APP. EFE. AFP. Madrid. Spain. ^ | 01-06-2005 | Antonio Beltrán Martinez
    Recent News! They discover proof that Atlantis did not submerge complete but only one part...By Salvador Morales. Atlantis News Agency. Madrid, Spain. 01-06-2005. The Spanish investigator and scriptologist, Georgeos Diaz-Montexano, has discovered paleographical proofs that in fact the island or peninsula (Nęsos) denominated like Atlantis or Atlantic, it was divided in two parts below the sea. To date all atlantologists and students of the Timaeus and the Critias de Plato had thought that in texts of the Greek philosophist narrated the collapse of the all island or Atlantis peninsula, nevertheless, Georgeos Diaz-Montexano has reviewed the oldest texts known writings in...
  • FOX NEWS, John Podesta, "Hillary, as the VP..."

    11/18/2004 5:44:54 AM PST · by bannie · 28 replies · 2,753+ views
    Fox News ^ | 19 NOV 94 | self
    THIS AM...on Fox News, Podesta was being interviewed about the library. When asked about the extend of the displays about shillery, he said that...she was important..."as the vice president." He didn't say, "as was the vice president."
  • CNN's Inside politics report that Rove offered Nelson (D. Ne) Sec of Agriculture..Rove is BRILLIANT

    11/17/2004 1:01:51 PM PST · by ken5050 · 225 replies · 12,412+ views
    INside politics..CNN
    Judy (hmmm?) Woodruff just had a report that Karl Rove had offered Nebraska Sen Ben Nelson the post of Secretary of Agriculture. Nelson is up in 2006...and facing a hard race from popular GOP Gov Mike Johanns. Nelson is among the most conservative of Senate Dems..Does this make sense, because Nelson votes with the GOP on most of the key issues..?
  • Democrats Question Kerry's Campaign Funds

    11/18/2004 5:04:46 AM PST · by Hawk44 · 21 replies · 1,842+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 11/18/2004 | Ron Fournier
    WASHINGTON - Democratic Party leaders said Wednesday they want to know why Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites) ended his presidential campaign with more than $15 million in the bank, money that could have helped Democratic candidates across the country. Some said he will be pressured to give the money to Democratic campaign committees rather than save it for a potential White House bid in 2008. "Democrats are questioning why he sat on so much money that could have helped him defeat George Bush (news - web sites) or helped down-ballot races, many of which could have gone our...
  • Clinton 'Elvis' Library to Include Monica

    11/14/2004 5:58:21 PM PST · by hope · 63 replies · 2,329+ views
    News Max ^ | 11-14-04
    Reprinted from NewsMax.com Sunday, Nov. 14, 2004 5:45 p.m. ESTClinton 'Elvis' Library to Include Monica As Bill Clinton's library is unveiled at a gala opening this week, one thing is certain: His messy legacy will be on full display. One alcove will be dedicated to impeachment, and organizers have promised not to sidestep even Monica Lewinsky or Paula Jones. The 58-year-old political superstar is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors a year to his library. "Bill Clinton is a rock star," said Skip Rutherford, head of Clinton's nonprofit foundation that built the $165 million library. "He is Elvis."...
  • The Long View (Betcha didn't know Hillary's an Evangelical Christian!)

    11/16/2004 7:02:43 AM PST · by EA_Man · 326 replies · 6,032+ views
    NRO ^ | 11/15/2005 | Rob Long
    From "Light the Lamp!": The monthly newsletter of the Holy Flame Pentecostal Church of Little Rock, Ark. We welcome back to the area Senator Hillary Clinton (D., N.Y.), who has been spending so much time here in Little Rock lately that she's practically joined the church choir! "I'm here spending time at my husband's library," she told the Lamp when we caught up with her after a Sunday camp meeting, "and of course, I always take time to worship God in as evangelical a way as is feasible, given time and location constraints. As you know, I consider myself an...
  • The Long View

    11/18/2004 4:19:27 AM PST · by solsrchr2 · 46 replies · 1,982+ views
    By Rob Long EDITOR'S NOTE: This article appears in the November 29, 2004, issue of National Review. Church Newsletters From All Over From "Light the Lamp!": The monthly newsletter of the Holy Flame Pentecostal Church of Little Rock, Ark. We welcome back to the area Senator Hillary Clinton (D., N.Y.), who has been spending so much time here in Little Rock lately that she's practically joined the church choir! "I'm here spending time at my husband's library," she told the Lamp when we caught up with her after a Sunday camp meeting, "and of course, I always take time to...
  • The "nuclear option" will be used only for Supreme Court Nominees (last paragraph)

    11/18/2004 4:00:02 AM PST · by neverdem · 23 replies · 1,561+ views
    Congressional Quarterly ^ | Nov. 17, 2004 | NA
    (The) "nuclear option," (is) a parliamentary maneuver to effectively change Senate rules so that only a simple majority is needed to end a filibuster of a judicial nominee. Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said he has not decided whether he would invoke that option next year. Robert F. Bennett, R-Utah, the chief deputy majority whip, said such a move would occur only if Democrats filibuster a Supreme Court nomination. It's the last paragraph in the source link.
  • Zulus mark anniversary of victory over British force

    01/24/2004 5:49:47 AM PST · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 61 replies · 973+ views
    Daily Telgegraph ^ | January 24, 2004 | Tim Butcher
    In a resurgence of Zulu spirit and national pride thousands of tribesmen will gather at the site of Britain's worst imperial military defeat today to mark its 125th anniversary. Huge numbers of those at Isandlwana will be descendants of the Zulu warriors who in January 1879, armed only with assegais, knobkerries and cattle-hide shields, outwitted and destroyed a well-armed British expeditionary force. On the grassy flanks of Isandlwana Mountain, the final resting place to the battle's 3,000 Zulu and 1,400 British dead, Zulu prayers will be intoned and dances performed. The current Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelethini, heads a long list...
  • South Africa Names Ship After Zulu Victory Over British

    12/08/2002 5:05:27 PM PST · by blam · 46 replies · 872+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 12-09-2002 | Christopher Munnion
    South Africa names ship after Zulu victory over British By Christopher Munnion in Johannesburg (Filed: 09/12/2002) South African naval authorities yesterday denied suggestions of insensitivity in naming the country's newest warship after the battle of Isandlwana, the defeat of a British column by the Zulus. The battle in 1879 was one of the most humiliating defeats ever suffered by Britain's imperial army in which more than 1,000 professional soldiers were wiped out by Zulu warriors armed only with assegais. The new corvette, a Meko A-200AN, launched last week, was named by Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, deputy defence minister, in the German shipyard...
  • Song By Zulu Playwright Calls For War On Indians

    06/12/2002 6:19:43 PM PDT · by blam · 5 replies · 249+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 6-13-2002 | tim Butcher
    Song by Zulu playwright calls for war on Indians By Tim Butcher in Johannesburg A respected Zulu playwright has reopened old racial wounds in South Africa by releasing a song calling on blacks to fight the country's Indian minority. A court has ordered all sales of Mbongeni Ngema's AmaNdiya - the Zulu word for Indians - to be stopped and Nelson Mandela has joined the opposition Democratic Alliance to demand an apology from Mr Ngema to the 500,000 South Africans of Indian descent. Mr Ngema, one of South Africa's best-established writers, who used drama during the apartheid era to call...