Agents provocateurs mar Boer meetings
19 February 2011 Leave a comment
Feb 17 2011 – PAARDEKRAAL, Krugersdorp – Mr Paul Kruger, convenor of the first Boer People’s Leadership Council (‘Volksraad’) in 113 years — had his nose broken by an agent-provocateur at their first exploratory meeting at Paardekraal monument. This is very reminiscent of the vicious fear-and-intimidation tactics always used by the secret ruling-Afrikaner Broederbond cabal at any political meetings which were not ‘approved’ of by the ruling National Party before the last Afrikaner president, FW de Klerk, handed over hegemony of the richest, most modern country on the African continent to the ANC-regime in 1994.
With a combination of fear, intimidation, manipulation of government jobs and aggressive agent-provocateurs at their public meetings, the fascist Afrikaner broederbond cabal thus kept the entire Afrikaans-speaking white electorate under its thumb throughout the apartheid-era. They even banned the use of the word ‘Boer’ from its political vocabulary, insisting that every white Afrikaans-speaker had to be referred to as ‘a white Afrikaner’ even though the independent Boer Republics had existed since the Great Trek from 1836 – and its citizens were referred to as Boers.
Small group of agitators:
Despite being in obvious pain after the asssault, Mr Kruger continued with the meeting, blood running down his face and staining his shirt. This direct descendant of the Boers’ last President Paul Kruger (who died in exile in Switzerland after the British colonial government had destroyed the independent Boer Republics after a vicious scorched-earth campaign between 1899-1902) – also issued a stern warning to the small group of agitators who had caused the ruckus: ”we willl not continue to ignore such criminal behaviour just because you are whites. These were the choices you’ve made: now you will have to live with the consequences.’
He said in his statement issued afterwards that at this meeting on 17 February 2011, ‘us Boer people had the opportunity for the first time in 113 years to be introduced to the personal viewpoints of people elected to a Volksraad (Boer People’s Leadership Council) outside party-politics.’
“I listened to all these men at our meeting, and sat there wondering why people were continuously claiming that ‘Boers had no leaders’ amongst them. On the contrary, we have a great many people with leadership potential as was clearly shown at this meeting. These people are motivated by the noblest of ideals and there are many such potential leaders who will help place us back on our road to true freedom.’
Kruger pointed out that the Boers currently are on a rapid relearning curve; that have to ‘relearn the democracy practices which were lost to them, and thus nearly forgotten, ‘ever since the Boers had fallen under British colonial oppression in 1902’.
A small group of agitators with sinister agendas:
He said that the majority of people at the meeting ‘were listening courteously and attentively to all the speakers to hear all the various viewpoints, which is the democratic way. “Yet there also was a small group of people which, through their willfully disruptive behaviour, obviously were attending with their own sinister agendas.
“The majority of us, who tried so hard to maintain our atmosphere of unity, where candidates shared and praised one another’s viewpoints, and acknowledged one another’s skills and contributions, there were a few people who sang the old familiar disruptive song: namely the phrases which go something like this: “We will never stand together, we will not leave you alone to just carry on, we will continue to taunt you, humiliate you, slander you and demonise you.’
Kruger said this small group launched their physical attack on him while he was in the middle of answering someone’ else’s question. “A man whom I’d never met and do not know at all, suddenly walked up to me and, without any warning, broke my nose with his fist’.
And then, in the confusion which followed, “one of this man’s apparent comrades, Piet Rudolph, waved a firearm in front of the face of a young Boer who also was present at the meeting”, he said.
We will not deviate from our road to freedom
Kruger warned: “I have news for this little gang: ‘don’t for one minute believe that you will stop me or the Boer-volk from continuing on our road to freedom. We have taken this road ever since 1836 and we will not deviate from it. Not for one moment.”
He added: “If you insist on acting like our arch-enemies, if you continue to try and destroy our work, if you continue to carry out your cowardly sneak-attacks against us, if you wave firearms in our faces, know that we will not continuously disregard such criminal misbehaviour only because you have white skins. You are the ones who have chosen this – so you will have to live with the consequences’.
for access to his original statement in Afrikaans, one must join the Face Book page of the Volksraad Verkiesings Kommissie (VVK): http://www.facebook.com/notes/volksraad-verkiesing-kommissie/paul-kruger-oor-die-vergadering-deur-die-vvk-gereel-te-paardekraal-17-februarie-/10150104477369544