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As a guy who shoots all the time and writes about shooting and guns when he isn’t shooting, I’m often asked what I enjoy shooting more than anything else. In a way, that’s like asking a grandparent which of his grandchildren he loves most, but I’d guess I get more enjoyment shooting the lowly .22 rimfire round more than anything else I shoot. Like almost every other shooter, a .22 was the first gun I shot and like almost every other shooter, I can’t imagine life without one.
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Between Heaven and Hell - The True Story of Whites in South Africa
black zulu genocide with spears, of Boer farmers at the behest of hostile British colonialists:
feb. 17, 1838
250 servants, mostly "colored people"
ironically the Pax Brittanica brits were flushed from the scene, as they first joined the victorious Boer, only due to Boer military victory (i.e. blood/sweat/tears), they collectively became "Afrikaaner". These were ignored/rejected by blacks who embraced Soviet Russia through Joe Slovo and reutilized the old hated term Boer to describe the new, mixed, reformed Afrikaaner. Nowadays russia and China are attempting to seize and control what's left.