The Battle of Jus Sanguinis (Right-of-Blood) River Campaign
Jus Sanguinis is a legal term that refers to Right of Blood citizenship, to preserve a nation’s cultural and ethnic homogeneity; as opposed to Jus Soli, which refers to Right of Soil citizenship. The Jus Sanguinis Campaign was a group of South Africans who have researched their genealogical history back to their original European progenitors; they are petitioning their relevant EU progenitor nations for redress.
On October 31 2010 the Jus Sanguinis Campaign submitted its “Boer Volkstaat or Jus Sanguinis Right-of-Return to Europe Petition and Briefing Paper” to the progenitor nations of Netherlands, France, Germany, United Kingdom, and Switzerland, and subsequently to the NATO Chiefs of Defence. 160 EU politicians, academics, legal experts and military officials were petitioned for:
[A] International Political and Legal Recognition for a Boer-Volkstaat in South Africa; or in the absence thereof;
[B] The enactment of Jus Sanguinis Right-of-Return legislation by the relevant Progenitor EU Nations to provide EU citizenship for African White Refugees. Read more