Bulgarian PM to Meet Afrikaner Farmers

The Prime Minister of Bulgaria will meet a delegation from one of South Africa’s largest commercial farming unions in June this year with the aim of exploring opportunities for Afrikaner farmers in that country.

Sofia, capital of Bulgaria.

This dramatic news was announced this week in a press release issued by Bennie van Zyl, manager of the TAU-SA (formerly known as the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa, but which now just uses the abbreviation).

According to the TAU-SA press statement, the invitation to meet with the Prime Minister and cabinet of Bulgaria forms one part of a series of fact-finding missions in which the farming union is currently engaged.

The tour to Bulgaria is set to last from mid to end June 2016, and will start immediately after another TAU-SA tour planned for the state of Georgia, where a half dozen Afrikaner farmers are already settled and farming.

“In the interim, Bulgaria has also reached out to the TAU-SA to come and experience their country and to see what possibilities there are to be had there,” Van Zyl said in the statement.

“This will be something new for us, and a chance to expand our vision and evaluate that country as a possibility for resettlement,” he continued.

The provisional program includes official meetings with the Prime Minister and other cabinet members, and a tour of the countryside to meet with local mayors and farmers to study local farming methods and commodities.

At the same time, an article on the Project Nova Europa (PNE) website announced that a TAU-SA delegation consisting of that organization’s President, Louis Meintjies, and its Assistant General Manager, Henk van de Graaf, will be going to Hungary during the last week of February.

That TAU-SA fact-finding mission will consist of meeting with local authorities in Hungary who have already expressed their desire to have Afrikaner farmers occupy vacant and available farms.

The Hungary fact-finding mission originated with Project Nova Europa and was completely funded by supporters from around the globe. The two day appeal was so successful that it allowed the TAU-SA mission to be expanded from just one delegate to two.

However, as the appeal went out, Project Nova Europa was contacted by numerous white South Africans who were not farmers, who also sought to leave that country.

In response to those requests, it was announced on the website that the Project Nova Europa team is looking into channels whereby non-EU nationals who are not farmers might be able to move to Eastern Europe. Further details can be found on the PNE website here.

Any South Africans interested in the Bulgarian or Georgian tours can contact the TAU-SA’s General Manager Bennie van Zyl via that organization’s website here.

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  1. I can tell you that the number of Germans, French, Belgians and esp. Italians living in Bulgaria has increased and this has to do with immigration (Muslims avoid Bulgaria as too poor, pro-Russian and intolerant)

  2. As of 1 July I didn't hear of any meeting taking place in Bulgaria. However, we have some land which is available for purchase / leasin, esp. in the southeast and northwest regions, and would (and should) welcome Afrikaners and white S. Africans in general. Unfortunately the EU laws make immigration too difficult and limit the powers of the national state, but the prime minister is a nationalist and the government is supported by nationalists. Greetings from Bulgaria

  3. Good! It's time for White Afrikaaners to move back to Europe and European Leaders should prevent Black people to move to Europe.

  4. I really hope something comes of this, as slaughter in SA has reached untenable proportions.
    Perhaps people across Europe living in areas taken over by moslimes might like a move.
    Leave Merkel to it -`currying favour` with her moslime mates.

  5. i had the chance to follow a relative to south africa with my then young family as there were vast opportunities in the 60sbut somehow I could not see any future for a white family there…I thik they should all leave and come over to european countries like the former "bloc" areas and leave the idle blacks what they want..A desolute country where they can jig and sing all the way to starvation!It is obvious the whites are not wanted there!

  6. Compared with some issues, this sounds quite simple. What crops or animals might they farm? How many? How much will they sell for? Who will they feed? It's not rocket science.

  7. I didn't think the immigration of white Afrikaners to the former Soviet republic of Georgia was feasible. But Hungary and Bulgaria are probably better options.

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