White shacks torn down, black shacks untouched

The inequal treatment meted out to poor-white Afrikaner squatters under the ANC-regime bears all the hallmarks of an ongoing ethnic-cleansing campaign: the whites are denied food-aid, government benefits and are forced to tear down their shacks…

Booming black squatter towns housing millions of illegal black migrants are not being targetted for demolition by the ANC-regime. However the hundreds-of-thousands of homeless, desperately poor indigenous-Afrikaner families face a constant stream of demolition court cases ordering them to tear down their neatly-maintained, safe little garden-cottages. Close-knit Afrikaans communities are being ripped apart by the ethnic-cleansing campaign lodged by the ruling ANC: which uses frivolous claims of municipal bylaws to remove the Afrikaners from the land of their forefathers. At the same time, the ANC-regime ignores the same bylaws for black-occupied squatter towns…


Black squatter shacks, Clay Oven Village,  Fourways Aug 12 2011

Black squatter camp Clay Oven Village Fourways north of Johannesburg left alone by ANC regime  BELOW – FACING DEMOLITION: WHITE SQUATTER SHACKS, DASPOORT

– COURT DATE: SEPT 2 2011 — VISAGIE STREET MUNICIPAL COURT, PRETORIA: Afrikaner Wendy Houses Daspoort demolition court case Sept 2 and Sept 22 2011 VisagieStrCourtPretoria

This tight-knit Afrikaner squatter-community above faces demolition of their neat, safe little Wendy House-cottages at Daspoort smallholdings near Pretoria due to ‘municipal by-laws’ — which obviously are not being equality applied to the much more dangerous, unhealthy illegal squatter shacks  at the rapidly-growing black-squatter camp nearby… 

Inhumanity of ANC-regime towards Afrikaner poor:

The incredible inhumanity shown towards these homeless, desperately-poor Afrikaner whites by the ANC regime can be illustrated best by showing the families who are facing homelessness. Their next court-hearing at the Visagie Street municipal court in Pretoria will be on September 2 2011. Amongst those facing being thrown out into the dangerous streets of Pretoria are a young father and mother with three small children including a baby; a mother and her two adult daughters – one of whom suffers from a debilitating neurological disease and needs 24-hour care; a young couple with a ten-year-old son: the father still earns a R2000-monthly paypacket but suffers from the slowly-debilitating, deadly disease ankylosing spondilytis – also known as bamboo-spine.DASPOORT AFRIKANER POOR WHITE FAMILY FACING EXPULSION FROM SHACK BY ANCREGIMEAUG2011



DASPOORT AH Pretoria poor whites disabled girl gets blanketsAug2011

DASPOORT BLANKETS POOR WHITES AUG2011  Afrikaner Wendy Houses Daspoort demolition court case Sept 2 and Sept 22 2011 VisagieStrCourtPretoria2Stroebel Magda courtcase ANCWendy Houses SEPT 2 2011 NEXT DATE





Gerhard Potgieter shot dead, Vereeniging

Three black gunmen shot dead art dealer Gerhard Potgieter at home and fled: nothing was robbed

2011-08-02 Art-dealer Gerhard Potgieter, 51, was shot dead in his home in Drie Riviere, Vereeniging, on August 1 2011 at around 19:45 by three black gunmen with balaclavas. Nothing whatsoever was robbed but the news media persist in describing the attackers as ‘robbers’. Police are investigating a murder-case.

POTGIETER GERHARD art dealer shot dead 3Riviere Vereeniging Aug22011

The family was attacked at around 19:45, said the widow Mrs  Elizabeth Potgieter (48). “My husband and I were watching TV when he decided to go to the bedroom for his ‘silent time’.  Jacques Steenkamp of Beeld newspaper quoted Mrs Potgieter: “I suddenly heard Gerhard scream and saw three armed (black) men hold guns on him’. All three wore balaclavas, each had a handgun. One of the men was constantly trying to rip her rings from her fingers – but she explained they would not budge. “I think they got panicky because Gerhard constantly yelled for help, loudly. I put my hands in the air and told them, ‘wait’ and tried to calm my husband down but it didn’t work.’ The Potgieter family’s lodger Ms Marieke Redelinghuis, 23, locked herself in a cupboard in her bedroom when she heard the screaming. Mrs Potgieter said her husband then struggled with one attacker for his gun and she grabbed the diversion to try and flee. “It was pitchdark in the house and as I was running towards the back door I heard shots fired behind me. Two men chased me and stopped me from escaping just outside the back door’. “I screamed very loudly and the men then fled across the wall because the gates were locked. I must have screamed for at least five minutes for help’.She went inside and find her husband covered in blood, injured.Neighbours heard her screams and contacted eBlockwatch.co.za – who in turn alerted the police.The emergency paramedics who arrived on the scene to the husband said her husband was shot three times in the upper body. He died at the scene. The couple have three live-in children,  Renier (25), René (21) and Anzabeth (18), but were not at home at the time of the attack. SAPS capt Shado Mashobane confirmed that ‘a charge of murder is being investigated’.


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Bruno van Staden, 66, murdered, smallholder

‘The five-member black male gang also robbed 2 black workers at the smallholding next door: but dropped the robbed jewellery when they fled…’

July 21 2011 – PRETORIA. Mr Bruno van Staden, 66, was shot dead with four shots to his body in his bedroom at his Kameeldrift smallholding at 7.30pm. The pensioner’s wife Alexis, 55, was ordered at gunpoint to get out of the bathtub. She apparently remained unscathed.

Hilda Fourie of Beeld quotes lt-col Lungelo Dlamini as saying that the same five-man gang probably also attacked a gardener and a maid in the smallholding next door earlier in the day.This five-member gang ‘must have dropped the robbed jewellery as they fled,’ said Dlamini. ‘They’d tied up the black workers in the cooling room’.

The Van Staden couple’s son-in-law Johan Lamprecht said they live in a flat on the smallholding. Their son Bruno and their grandson Juan-Gé Lamprecht also have seperate cottages nearby. At around 7.30pm someone knocked at the front door and Mr Van Staden opened it. A black man stood there pointing a gun at his face. It’s not entirely clear what happened next –  but the Afrikaner pensioner then was then shot dead with four shots in the upper body – at close range.

“It all happened in front of my mother-in-law. She saw it happen”. Their loot: two cellphones and Mr van Staden’s firearm… http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Bende-van-5-skiet-man-20110721

Genocide Watch: SA at stage 6: confirmed

 Rapport newspaper writes on its Face book page that they ‘received confirmation’ that Dr Gregory Stanton of GenocideWatch.org has changed its designation of the Boers as a minority at risk of genocide, to Stage 6 of genocide. 

“Dr Stanton is unavailable for the next few days,’ writes RapportWeb on Thursday July 1: “As soon as we can discuss their working-methods and conclusions we will keep you updated. We did obtain confirmation that Genocide Watch has changed South Africa to Phase 6.’ (pageview below)





This confirms, once again, the contents of Dr Stanton’s email to me on June 20 2011 – and which RapportWeb initially even implied ‘could have been faked’. Dr Stanton wrote me in response to my email on June 20 2011:

‘Dear Adriana: ‘We at Genocide Watch agree. Julius Malema must be removed as leader of the ANC youth league. He is a violent Maxist racist. Just like Winnie Mandela. Genocide Watch will upgrade South Africa to Stage 6 in the next week.’



Disabled cop fired over winnie-road rage row

Disabled police detective and single-parent Brad Bennetts was summarily fired for supporting two colleagues who were unfairly suspended without pay after an infamous road-rage confrontation with Winnie Mandela. http://bit.ly/knTswR

support Brad Bennetts face book page: http://on.fb.me/jKUP65

 BENNETTS Brad warrant officer fired18yrsservice_supporting WinnieMandelaRoadRageCopFiredJannieOdendaalODENDAAL Jannie runin with speeding Winnie Mandela Dec 302010 Sandton


The SA Institute for Race Relations warned afterwards that ‘the behaviour of senior managers in the South African Police Force, around the Winnie Mandela incident, damages police morale, the rule of law, and the fight against crime.”

Warrant officer Jannie Odendaal and his colleague Abel Twala have not had a cent of pay ever since. Their ‘crime?” They dared to pull over the high-speed luxury-Mercedes with the blinded windows which was carrying Winnie and her two bodyguards on the M1 highway near Sandton. Even when she climbed from the car, Odendaal didn’t ‘recognise the old woman as Winnie Mandela,’ he has told his trade-union representatives in a statement (published in full below). Even so, he would still have pulled them over because of the vehicle’s erratic, very high-speed driving in a busy residential area, he said. Mandela and one of her body-guards flew into a rage, shouting racist abuse, cursing, and showing utter contempt and no respect for their uniforms…’ the police officers said.The two police-officers and their families have been struggling to survive without pay ever since after Winnie Mandela wreaked her vengeance upon them: demanding through the Gauteng police-chief Petros to have them fired. Listen to Jannie Odendaal’s description of Winnie’s road-rage – in Afrikaans (the transcript in English is published underneath this article:

And now this road-rage incident has claimed four more victims: this week the single-parent, disabled warrant-officer Brad Bennetts, 36, was fired outright. The detective with 18 years service became disabled in 2004 after breaking his back when the motorcycle-cop was forced off the road by a criminal. He has since then rehabilitated to such an extent that he can do his work on crutches. He never received any compensation for the injuries he sustained. Bennetts supports his little daughter and his parents who are living with him. Bennetts ‘crime?” He had written in a face book message on Feb 14 2011 on the “We Support Jannie Odendaal’ page, without mentioning his police-link:

  • ” General Petros you have made many enemies and you aren’t even here for a year. Your time will come and then we will so how many people stand behind you like we are now standing behind Jannie.’  14 Feb. And his comment then was republished the next day in The Star in an article describing the road-rage incident- again without mentioning his police-link. http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Ontslaan-na-kritiek-op-baas-20110621

Bennetts was dragged into an internal hearing about his comment and summarily fired afterwards. “I presumed that I would at least receive a final warning or a written warning first.I never believed they would fire me. They told me at the hearing that ‘I could not be trusted in the police and that nobody wants to work with me any longer.’ Bennett said he is disabled and in a wheelchair ever since he was forced off the road when working as a motorcycle-policeofficer in 2004. “I was in a coma for 8 weeks and spent a long time in a wheelchair, and I now use crutches to do my work. Thus far I have never been compensated for my injury – but I continued working because I am a police officer and it makes me proud.’

He does not know how he’s going to look after the three people in his care: namely his little seven-year-old girl and his parents who live with him. “Where is a disabled police-officer going to find work? ‘ He was stationed at the Primrose police station and would have been in the police 18 years this week. The Gauteng provincial commander col Neville Malila was unmoved: commenting that  the white police officer was ‘fired because of serious misbehaviour because he uttered a hidden threat against the provincial police-commissioner on a public face book page. Freedom of speech as guaranteed under our constitution is not an absolute right,’ he added. ‘in the employer-employee relationship freedom of speech rights must be weighed against the private actions of an employee and the interests of the employer.’

The police-officer’s trade union representative, Dr. Dirk Hermann, managing deputy of Solidarity.co.za, said ‘the SA Police Force is blowing a very innocent comment out of all proportions and turned it into ‘national-security issue’.The police have now made a double mistake. First they should have supported Jannie Odendaal and Twala when they were just doing their jobs: enforcing the law.
Secondly they should have shaken Bennetts’ hand for supporting his colleagues’. Bennetts only was granted ten days to lodge an appeal. Solidarity will handle  his submission.


Winnie Mandela’s road-rage is claiming many victims…Bring the white cop to my house to apologise’, she demanded: Madikizela-Mandela became so irate that she demanded that the SAPS chief Petros bring the ‘white cop to her house to apologise to her’. Petros apparently received this order directly from SAPS Genl. Gela – who just happens to be be his brother in law.


South African Institute of Race Relations: behaviour of senior SAPF managers damages police morale, rule of law, and fight against crime’

The South African Institute of Race Relations warned after this incident that ‘the behaviour of senior managers in the South African Police Force, around the recent Winnie Mandela incident, damages police morale, the rule of law, and the fight against crime.”The Institute’s deputy CEO, Frans Cronje, said: “Police members on the ground must be able to trust in the backing of the chain of command if they are to do their jobs effectively. In this case it appears as if the command chain has placed political considerations above its responsibility to its members. This is likely to undermine the morale not only of flying squad members around the country but also of all police officers. We therefore echo calls for an independent inquiry into events surrounding the Winnie Mandela incident. This matter goes far beyond the rights of a few officers. It goes to the heart of police effectiveness and the maintenance of the rule of law.”


Odendaal statement:

He works for the Emergency Response unit at the East Rand and has been a police-officer since 1991. It is part of his job to react to violent crimes in progress but it’s also part of his job to pull over suspect vehicles while patrolling the freeways. On December 30 he and his colleague noticed a high-speed silver Audi luxury car with tinted windows driving with bright headlights on the M7 freeway north of Golden City.  They checked on the radio with the vehicle-tracker and were advised that the car had been reported stolen and was registered in the name of a company in Soweto. They didn’t know who was inside, the car had tinted windows. The police-team, driving in an unmarked Mercedes, flashed their blue-strobe lights, indicating that the driver of the silver Audi had to pull over. ‘It didn’t, we kept following it with our lights flashing but they did slow down and waved a hand-radio from the window’. Odendaal said he recognised this hand-radio: ‘it was not a police issue item and such radios are often used in armed robberies, so we decided to keep following them and called in for backup from the dog-patrol unit’. The Audi finally stopped at the Jan Smuts avenue turnoff, pointing in the direction of Sandton.  Odendaal said he and his colleague got out of their vehicle, with his colleague, as is routine, backing him up with an R1 rifle. The rifle was pointed downwards, he said. Odendaal said as he tapped on the car-boot, it was opened from the inside, while a ‘burly, strong-looking’ male passenger jumped from the Audi and immediately accosted him, pushing the officer on the chest and shouting at him, telling him that Mrs Mandela was in the car, that ‘they weren’t allowed to search the vehicle, because this wasn’t apartheid any more’.  Odendaal said he shoved the man back and then walked back to the police vehicle to fetch his Tazer. “I told the man to stop assaulting me or I would fire the Tazer’, he said. Then a second passenger, a woman who he did not immediately recognise, jumped from the car and immediately started ranting, shouting and screaming abuse at him. “I didn’t recognise her as Mrs Mandela. She had this white powder-make up all over her face and she looked much older than she does in her newspaper pictures,’ he said. Mrs Mandela and her body guard kept shouting and yelling at the police officers. Odendaal said he was indeed ‘very shocked at the lack of respect they showed for our police uniforms and the contempt with which they spoke to us.’ Then the driver got out of the Audi too and Odendaal started exchanging information with him, both men were calm. He said the driver was ‘courteous and calm at all times’.  While Odendaal was speaking to the driver, telling him that the police-team had to search the car, as those were Genl. Petros’ orders, Mrs Mandela yelled at the driver to ‘stop this at once, everyone got back into the Audi and they drove off. “ Odendaal said they continued to follow the car until they received confirmation  that the ‘stolen-car’ warning had been withdrawn, that it was  ‘sorted out’. The police-officers, including the dog-patrol unit which had joined them in the meantime, then  returned to their police-station, where they filed a detailed incident report. Odendaal said he had ‘expected his commanding officers to back him up because I was doing my job’. He was shocked when they didn’t.’ (interpretation by Adriana Stuijt).

Bullying of police officers by the power-mad elite must stop

Solidarity trade union’s spokesman Dirk Hermann at that time ‘warned the Mandela-clan and her aggressive body guards to leave the young cop alone.  Solidarity stands 100 percent behind our member and will not allow him to be bullied.’

Hermann: “We ordered our legal team to provide their full support to Odendaal if the SAPS continues with its ‘bullying tactics’ against this police-officer. We are also preparing criminal charges against Madikizela-Mandela’s bodyguards. This involves assault, crimen injuria and attempts to divert the course of justice. We cannot allow that ordinary citizens are pushed around like this by the political elite and organisations. We plan to push back. On the one side we stand up for this one member but on the other side we also stand up to fight on behalf of every defenceless individual against the power-mad elite. In a healthy democracy ordinary citizens receive protection and we plan to protect this important aspect of our democracy.’



Malema faces genocide charge at ICC, The Hague

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.

The latest charge comes after the National Prosecuting Authority in SA refused to prosecute Malema for incitement to genocide. 

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

Today,  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.”






Afrikaners flooding internal refugee camps

Since May 2010, when the farmitracker criminology-website started recording the growing destitution of South Africa’s 3-million Afrikaners – together with the large number of violent attacks by armed black gangs targetting this very visible white minority group — 117 more  squatter-camps housing destitute Afrikaner families have been put on record. Before that, Solidarity trade union’s charity Helping Hand  also recorded more than 640 sites which were housing Afrikaner internal refugees in 2008, where their local volunteers were providing soup-kitchens and other care. In 2008 Solidarity ‘s estimate of the total number of Afrikaner refugees stood at 800,000.

  • The ANC-regime persecutes homeless Afrikaners and their charities by refusing them access to Paypal; denying government food-stamps; cutting off their electricity; demolishing their shacks… 

Farmitracker also records another ominous trend –  namely the ANC-regime’s refusal to provide any kind of food-aid to Afrikaner charities; and its very deliberate persecution of private individuals and private charities which dare to help destitute Afrikaner internal refugees. Many of these people are waging an increasingly desperate battle to keep these hundreds of thousands of destitute Afrikaners who are floating around the countryside alive, fed and housed each day.

SONSKYNHOEKIE SQUATTER CAMP IMPOSSIBLE ELECTRICITY BILL  Several persecution-methods are being used by the ANC-officials countrywide: for instance the 5,000 Afrikaners living at the Sonskynhoekie camp at Lavender Road in Pretoria had their electricity-supplies cut off this week because of payment arrears (right). Yet tens of millions of black residents countrywide owe hundreds of millions in electricity-arrears and also get free-electricity– but they don’t ever get their electricity cut off. Homeless Afrikaners Chrissie and Chrissie Knol live underneath an umbrella Ehmke street Village centre NelspruitSonskynhoekie’s loss of electricity access is calculated to cause the greatest suffering: it’s wintertime in South Africa and despite all the tourist-brochures boasting about the sunshine, it can get bitterly cold: especially if you only get one meal a week…. Another form of harassment of homeless Afrikaners is to teargas them if they try to set up shacks along the roadsides, such as happened to the elderly homeless Knol couple in Nelspruit recently: this time it was recorded by an observant journalist. The Knol couple now sleep rough under an umbrella because ANC-officials keep demolishing their little shacks and teargassing them (left).

The ANC-regime also persecutes charities such as Magda Stroebel’s Angels at Work by forcing her to spend her precious donation-funds to pay legal costs: she has to defend herself against the Pretoria city-council’s frivolous law-suit which would force her to demolish the wendy-houAfrikanersDie Moot Pretoria Volkshulp2000 Maart102011se structures she has erected to house homeless Afrikaners in, while her charity works retrains and tries to find work for them.

Under the ANC regime’s black economic empowerment laws, Afrikaners are increasingly being barred from the labour market, so charities such as Helping Hand and Angels at Work provide retraining in artisan skills to help Afrikaners set up their own one-man artisan-based businesses. Mrs Stroebel has to appear in court again on June 7: if the court decides to demolish the neat wooden backyard structures, hundreds of Afrikaner families will be out on the streets that night.  The Freedom Front party ‘s Volkshulp 2000 charity also provides regular food-donations to the impoverished working-class Afrikaners in the Die Moot region in Pretoria.  (picture right)

Cutting off cash-donations from expat Afrikaners:

Another method in which the Afrikaner charities are being harassed, is to try and cut off the cash-donations flowing in from many expat-families overseas: for instance by denying Afrikaner charity organisations the use of Paypal facilities ‘without advance written permission from the government.’ The ANC-regime thus wants to divert and maintain total control over all the private donations flowing into the country –  as it has been doing since 1994 by planting their own high-level members inside non-governmental organisations. Meanwhile Solidarity has placed it on record repeatedly that the regime denies even the most basic survival needs to destitute Afrikaners: they even refuse them food-aid stamps…

sources: http://afrikanerjournal.wordpress.com  and http://www.aprime.co.za/Angelsatwork.html Contact Magda Stroebel on her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/magda.stroebel1