Afrikaner news March 17 2012
17 March 2012 Leave a comment
Summary: Helping Hand Charity can’t raise funds to help empoverished Afrikaners without accusations of ‘dividing Afrikaans-speakers’… An Afrikaner smallholder is paralysed from neck down after motiveless knife attack..
Afrikaner smallholder Mrs Ada Viljoen, 77, now is paralysed from the neck down: her black attacker cut through her spinal cord:
2012-03-16 Potchefstroom. Afrikaner smallholder Mrs Ada Viljoen, 77, has become paralysed from the neck down because a black knifeman – who stole nothing – cut through her spinal cord in a motiveless attack on March 5 2012. Housekeeper Liesbet Pilane survived with superficial stab-wounds. http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Vrou-verlam-nadat-aanvaller-rugstring-sny-20120316
The attack occurred on March 5 at her Potchefstroom smallholding, said her son Alwyn in an interview with Beeld daily newspaper.The black male, who was arrested, stormed into the kitchen, stabbed her housekeeper Liesbet Pilane injuring her slightly on an arm and hand, and then attack Mrs Viljoen.Her daughter Mrs Rietha de Coning, who lives in New Zealand with her family, has arrived in SA to be with her mother.The attacker’s large knife entered her neck, penetrating and partially severing the spinal cord.”My mom does not want to return to the smallholding and does not believe she will ever be able to drive a car again,’ said the son.The Viljoen children always feared an attack because so many tens of thousands of Afrikaner smallholders and farmers have been attacked in such senseless violence ever since 1994. However she always wanted to remain on the smallholding even after husband Alwyn senior died seven years earlier.The suspect, arrested the same day, provided no reasons for the senseless violence which left the Afrikaner woman paralysed.He stole nothing and fled from the scene on a ‘bicycle which was abandoned”.The housekeeper ‘s wounds were superficial. Mrs Viljoen now is in the Milpark hospital intensive care unit in Johannesburg.Mrs De Coning said her mom is ‘still very weak and vulnerable. The realisation that she was paralysed took some two days for her to comprehend,’ she said.”The full implications will only hit her once she gets stronger and wants to do more.
“My mother is a very independent person.’Mr Viljoen said ‘many people are praying for my mother and it appears as if she may regain limited use of her arms.’
Afrikaners not allowed to raise funds for their own people without accusations of ‘stirring up Afrikaner nationalism’:
— Research-journalist De Wet Potgieter, writes for the ANC-news-sheet The New Age: with its undemocratic logo: “One Country – One Paper’…
Potgieter claims in his article that ‘coloured viewers of the Afrikaans television channel kykNet are up in arms, claiming that the all-white trade union Solidarity, and its Helping Hand Fund want to hijack the station for their own objectives.”
Helping Hand charity – “which mainly supports white Afrikaans-speaking poor and homeless people”, Potgieter writes accusingly – places charity-funding inserts into the popular soap Villa Rosa to raise funds for a study bursary for ONE destitute Afrikaner child.
And horrors! Helping Hand’s management Solidarity was also ‘negotiating a deal with KykNet to ‘produce inserts on welfare issues for the gospel music programme, DKNT Gospel.”
We are left speechless: apparently, raising funds to help rescue even a few Afrikaners from their desperate and rapidly growing poverty caused by the ANC regime’s black-economic-empowerment job-restriction laws, is so evil that ‘Christo van der Rheede, a prominent coloured community leader, ceo of the Afrikaans Trade Institute
warned that this (fundraising) could drive a wedge into the Afrikaans-speaking community,’ according to Potgieter.
Afrikaners are not even allowed to raise their own funds to help their own people any more without being attacked: KykNet reeived ONE complaint’, admitted its spokeswoman. However she hastened to say: “if we are not happy with the way the administration is done I will not hesitate to cancel it immediately. KykNET will not allow its presenters to influence anybody to favour a particular organisation.’
The ‘accusation’ of involvement in DKNT gospel was moreover also denied by Helping Hand: they would ‘only manage and administer the bursary fund “as every other bursary fund” under the control of its Afrikaans Bursary Fund Institute”. Helping Hand spokeswoman Juanita du Preez referred all enquiries regarding the handling of the sms-fundraiser on behalf of Villa Rosa to kykNET.
De Wet Potgieter quoted only one ‘coloured’ person when he wrote: “One of the main concerns from coloured viewers (why the plural? only one complaint was received, one person was quoted) is that Solidarity Helping Hand Fund will be collecting valuable data through the sms campaign from kykNET viewers “to be used for their own recruiting drives for funding in the Afrikaans communities.” “We are not aware of any problems,” Du Preez told him.
Van der Rheede: “It will be a sad day if the Solidarity Helping Hand Fund is allowed to hijack public media to further its own exclusive Afrikaner-nationalistic objectives.” The ANC-propaganda-blurb quickly followed with: ‘since the dawning of democracy in 1994 an inclusive Afrikaner community had emerged where Afrikaans-speaking South Africans across the colour line started joining hands in building a new united and inclusive Afrikaner culture.” He was ‘concerned that the threat of a division within the ranks of Afrikaans-speaking South Africans would undo many people’s efforts to rid Afrikaans of its apartheid baggage.” Now it’s apartheid-baggage to want to help your own people.
- It seems that Afrikaners are not even allowed to raise funds for their own people – even though they are being denied all government-aid because they are ‘whites’
- I asked De Wet Potgieter for advice: since his article made clear that Helping Hand was not allowed to do raise funds for the Afrikaner poor, whether The New Age would now be launching an independent fund-raising campaign for impoverished Afrikaners — illustrated by his own briliant pictures from Afrikaner-squatter camps he has amassed over the years when he was stilll working for Solidarity trade union as their researcher into Afrikaner poverty. I am awaiting his reply.
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