This is your fault Julius Malema
30 May 2011 Leave a comment
Cattle farmer Jan Louw, 49, critically injured: stabbed 15 times by 3 farm-attackers Nooitgedacht farm Louis Trichardt – and many more of Malema’s genocidal-incitement victims are located on our photo album of the past year’s attacked, tortured and murdered Afrikaners: http://www.censorbugbear.org/photos
2011-05-29 – Louis Trichardt cattle farmer Jan Louw is in critical condition after he was stabbed through the lung by one of three armed black attackers on his farm Nooitgedacht on Saturday May 29 2011 at 5pm.
Jan Louw and Petrus Landman, 21, son of Louw’s partner Coleen Liddle, had gone to investigate their dogs barking and came across three blacks armed with knives and a .303 gun, who had just shot dead one of their dogs. SAPF brig Hangwani Maulaudzi confirmed that the three black men demanded entry to the house – and that the two Afrikaner men fought like lions to stop them from going inside. (source: Arisja Jacobs, Beeld). Nothing was ‘robbed’. Maulaudzi said: ‘it is bad that our farmers are attacked. They are the people who put food on our table. The Limpopo police will continue its search to arrest the suspects.’ Frits Arends, who also lives in the Louw homestead and is the chairman of the Makhado farmers’ association, said one attacker first tried to shoot Louw dead, pointing the gun at him and pulling the trigger – but it had failed to go off. “That’s when Jan and Petrus fought with the attackers. Jan sustained 15 stab wounds all over his body including in his head and lung. He’s in the intensive care unit in the ZA hospital in Pretoria and reportedly doing well. Young Landman was stabbed in the neck, and recovering at the Makhado hospital.The farmers have also launched a search for the culprits, tracing their tracks with teams. However the main suspect is ANC youth leader Julius Malema who incites people to shoot farmers,” he concluded.
Two genocide charges against Julius Malema and other ANC-leaders at ICC, The Hague
Last week, the civil rights movement Pro-Afrikaans Action Group has laid genocide charges against the ruling African National Congress youth league leader Julius Malema at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. This is the second such charge against Malema lodged at the ICC over the past two months.
- also: Former SA president FW de Klerk warns Malema: ‘ stop dehumanising whites with your genocidal incitements: “’
The latest charge comes after the National Prosecuting Authority in SA refused to prosecute Malema for incitement to genocide, reports EyeWitnessNews. This is the second genocide-charge to be placed at the international criminal court. On April 5 2011, Paul Kruger of the Verkenners (Afrikaans scouts) movement also arrived in The Hague and lodged a petition at the ICC, asking the international body to start investigating charges of genocide against the ruling African National Congress party leaders and the government of South Africa Praag ‘s Dan Roodt said Malema has been repeatedly placed on record for calling for the extermination of the Afrikaner nation through his songs, public statements and other utterances. In its letter, PRAAG referred to the South Gauteng High Court judgment which found the Malema-phrase ‘shoot the Boer’ to constitute incitement to murder. ‘Judgment was reserved’ in the Malema hate speech trial at the Equality Court in Johannesburg. “You first have to exhaust all the local remedies in order to get someone to prosecute it for incitement,” said Praag’s Dan Roodt. “So now, because the prosecuting authority in Pretoria has refused to do it, it now needs to be investigated by the International Criminal Court in The Hague.”
Murdered farmer Adriaan Potgieter was tortured to death: stabbed over 150 times : daughter Wilmien, 2, and wife Wilna ‘shot at close range’..
May 26 2011 – The Bloemfontein High Court heard that murdered Lindley farmer Adriaan (‘Attie’) Potgieter was tortured to death: stabbed over 150 times when he and his family were attacked last year. Potgieter, his wife Wilna and their two-year-old daughter Wilmien, (pic) were murdered on their farm in Tweefontein in December last year. Little Wilmien was shot to death execution-style with a headshot. Six men are on trial for the crime.The prosecution against the six men handed in a report on the murder of the family including photos taken during the autopsies.It also presented a short panga used for gardening as evidence. This was to substantiate the testimony of Free State pathologist Dr Robert Book who was the first state witness to testify.He told the court that Adriaan Potgieter was tortured to death and that his autopsy revealed 152 stab and laceration wounds.He said the injuries were caused by objects like a garden fork, panga, shell or sharp knife while other injuries could have been caused by a brick or a stone.(source: Mandy Wiener, Eyewitnessnews – Edited by Lisa Bartlett) http://www.eyewitnessnews.co.za/Story.aspx?Id=66541
Grim details of Lindley murders emerge
2011-05-25 Bloemfontein – Wilmien, the 2-year-old daughter of Free State farmer Attie Potgieter, had a cut to her head caused by a sharp instrument and then she was shot dead. This was the evidence the Free State High Court heard on Wednesday when six men accused of killing the Potgieter family on their farm near Lindley in December 2010 appeared in court. The men, aged between 18 and 33, pleaded not guilty to three counts of murder one of robbery with aggravating circumstances and other charges relating to the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition.
The six are Stemmer Mofokeng, 23, Tapa Mofokeng, 34, Paulus “Vusi” Khumalo, 23, Tshokolo Lelala, 19, Telleko Seekoei, 20, and Diphapang Motaung, 18, all from Lindley. Motaung, right, said in his plea-explanation that he was ‘forced at gunpoint’ to help the killers move the farmer’s blood-covered body, that he ran away while the killers fired shots after him; and that he was paid R500 to keep quiet afterwards.
151 wounds – farmer was tortured to death:
Giving testimony, pathologist Dr Robert G Book said that Potgieter, 40, had 151 stab and laceration wounds when he examined the body. Potgieter’s wife, Wilna, 36, had several deep lacerations to the head and a gunshot wound to the neck. Indications were that the woman and child were ‘shot at close range’, he said. When asked by State prosecutor Jannie Botha on his first impressions of Potgieter’s body, Book said: “The deceased “had been tortured to death.” Testifying on the autopsy done on Potgieter, Book said the injuries could have been caused by tools such as a garden fork, panga, spade or sharp knife, while other injuries could have been caused by a brick or stone. The State alleges the six attacked Potgieter outside his house with knives, a garden fork and a panga, killing him. They then attacked the woman and child inside the house and shot them, the State alleges.
Motaung said in plea-explanation that he was ‘forced at gunpoint to help move the blood-covered farmer…
On Wednesday Motaung, (on picture above right) who was a 17-year-old minor at the time of the murders, entered a plea explanation. In it he indicated that he had been on the farm on the day the Potgieters were killed, but claims he had no knowledge of what was planned or going to happen. In his plea, which was read into the record by his lawyer Leona Smit, Motaung said after a sleepover at Khumalo’s house on the farm the night before, he was called to the farm house the next morning. He was forced, and threatened with a firearm, to help move a man covered in blood, while a woman and child were present. He ran away after the woman and child were taken away and heard two shots, which he thought were fired at him for fleeing. He was later given R500 to keep quiet and was again threatened to be killed if he identified those involved, he claims. The State called policemen to testify about what they found at the scene and how some of the arrests were made. State prosecutor Jannie Botha was expected to call forensic experts to testify on Thursday.