Afrikaners, Boers warn of violent climate of fear in SA
3 March 2012 Leave a comment
ANC youth league vows to ‘take up arms for Malema’ … but against whom?
March 2, 2012 – After the week’s firing of ANC youth league president Julius Malema by the ruling ANC party leaders, deeply angered ANCYL members are vowing to “take up arms for Malema’. They even want to march on ANC-headquarters Luthuli House again.
The country’s Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Friday that Malema’s sacking was ‘a tragedy’. Said ANCYL’s Nkosinathi Nomatiti: “We will fight to the bitter end. It’s not just about Malema but about the entire youth league. All economic freedom fighters are ready to take up arms, even if this means we are all expelled,” sê Nomatiti. They again threaten to march on Luthuli House in Johannesburg, where they caused so much trouble last year. One provincial Ancyl leader threatened: “If you think the chaos at Luthuli House last year was big, then wait and see what lies ahead.”
ANCYL In the West Cape, Senzeni Mphila challenged the ruling African National Congress Party to ‘suspend the youth league itself’. Limpopo ‘s Rudzani Ludere angrily said: ‘only the youth league itself can decide about Malema’s future. We wish to state that the [ANC national disciplinary committee’s] decision to expel the ANCYL president and suspend the memberships of (co-exec-members) Shivambu and Magaqa is unacceptable to the youth league of Limpopo.” In the Free State, ANCYL leader Lebogang Magoera said: “The fact that the ANC had refused to engage with us was a clear indication that they wanted to isolate Malema. But we will continue to treat him as our president.” Vukani Ndlovu of Natal: “Avenues would be explored to ensure that Malema remained the league’s president.” http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/Politics/Limpopo-ANCYL-vows-to-fight-Malema-expulsion-20120301-2
Stream of latest wartalk causing deep dismay in Afrikaner, Boer ranks:
This latest stream of ‘wartalk’ is causing deep dismay and growing fear in Afrikaner and Boer ranks. Already under 24/7 siege in their barricaded homes from large black male ‘crime’-gangs, this small 3,5million-strong — and very visible — minority group clearly feels increasingly vulnerable: many of their cultural leaders, including Afrikaans-language activist Dan Roodt, Boer-singer Steve Hofmeyr and many others, express fears that the ‘whites’ of South Africa are being targetted as the ‘scape-goat’ groups for all South Africa’s growing woes: they are increasingly being targetted by black militants.
‘ Dehumanising, genocide-laden terminology should be one of the deadliest crimes any SA citizen can commit…’ Clem Sunter, AngloAmerican..
And this ‘climate of violence’ has been growing steady. From 2010 even Clem Sunter, the British-born ‘political scenario planner of SA’ who now runs the Anglo-American Chairman Fund, warned against the ‘greasy pole of dehumanisation targetting ‘white farmers’ – warning that the government must ban the use of any genocide-laden terminology from any quarter.’
He asked – in response to the triple-slaughter of the Potgieter farm family, when little Wilmien Potgieter was executed: : “How can anyone shoot a three-year-old girl in the back of the head at point blank range and then leave a note: “We have killed them. We are coming back.” It requires a level of depravity and sickness of mind which is unthinkable. However, it has happened before. You only have to go back to the Second World War when the most scientifically advanced nation on Earth – I am talking about Germany – was bewitched by Adolf Hitler. He convinced them that Jews were not people, the consequence being that young concentration camp guards with no twinge of conscience whatsoever calmly escorted whole families into the gas chambers, locked the doors and turned on the jets.”
“It (genocide-laden terminology) should be considered one of the deadliest crimes that any citizen can commit. There should be no mercy shown to the culprits, just as they would show no mercy if they were in a position to carry out their vile rhetoric. Punishment must be quick and harsh to serve as a big deterrent:” http://www.news.24.com/Columnist/ClemSunter/The-greasy-pole-of-dehumanisation-20101208
Suidlanders: the climate in SA is beginning to look like Rwanda just before that genocide :
The ‘Suidlanders’ – a small, deeply religious Boer-group which – wisely – has advanced plans in place to flee with their extended families to a pre-purchased North Cape oceanside-site if large-scale violence breaks out – even warns today that ‘the climate in SA is increasingly beginning to look like that in Rwanda, just before the start of their large-scale genocide.’ They even published a picture of the horrors which occurred in that African country to underscore their fears:
Afrikaners also have legal rights to land in South Africa: I want to build bridges: not break them down: