THE ANC- ESPECIALLY GWEDE MANTASHE- IS VERY "WORRIED" ABOUT THE RISING OF THE "RIGHT-WING" BOER NATION. HE SEES THEM AS A "THREAT" TO THE NSA "DEMOCRACY."
NOW- LET US HAVE A LOOK AT THIS "DEMOCRACY" MANTASHE AND A LOT OF HIS ANC/SACP/PAC/ANCYL/YCL GANGSTERS ARE TALKING ABOUT. LET US LOOK WAHET THEY- THE COMMUNIST "HOLY" DEMO(N)CRATS ARE DOING IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD- AND THEN DECIDE IF THE BOERS SHOULD HAVE THE FULL RIGHT TO BE PREPARING THEMSELVES AGAINST THESE DESPOTS IN SHEEPS CLOTHING. REMEMBER- SINCE 1994 3200 PRODUCTIVE WHITE FARMERS HAS BEEN HORRIBLY MURDERED- TOGETHER WITH SOME OF THEIR FAMILIES- AND IN TOTAL 28 000 WHITES HAVE BEEN BRUTALLY MURDERED- MOSTLY ELDERLY PEOPLE AND DEFENCELESS PEOPLE UNDER THE DEMONIC ANC/SACP/COSATU REGIMES. LET US SEE WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE LEHULI-VIPER NEST'S BACKYARD:
THE UNHOLY HYSTORY OF THE THREE DEMONS
Prohibited from operating peacefully or even having a legal existence in South Africa, both the ANC and the PAC established underground organizations in 1961 to carry out their struggle against the government. The militant wing of the ANC, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK--Spear of the Nation, also known as Umkhonto), targeted strategic places such as police stations and power plants but carefully avoided taking any human lives. Poqo (Blacks Only), the militant wing of the PAC, engaged in a campaign of terror, targeting in particular African chiefs and headmen believed to be collaborators with the government and killing them. Some young white students and professionals established their own organization, the antiapartheid African Resistance Movement, and carried out bomb attacks on strategic targets, including one at the Johannesburg railway station that killed at least one person.
Other messages matched the savagery of El Saud’s sentences, if not their syntax. One boasted of "an army of 3000 people ready to kill white people within a day if it were called upon to do so."
Western Cape PAC chairman Anwar Adams, the responsible functionary, refused to remove the page. Needless to say, his sinecure has not been affected.
The African National Congress (ANC) took a pixilated page out of the PAC’s Facebook. Days later, this post appeared on a Facebook page under the name of ANC Youth League president Julius Malema:
“‘You f-----g white pigs. Malema is our leader. He will kill [President Jacob] Zuma within the next six weeks.
“‘Look ahead, my fellow black people. We will then take our land, and every trespasser, namely white whores, we will rape them and rape them till the last breath is out.”
" ‘White kids will be burned, especially those in Pretoria and Vrystaat. Men will be tortured while I take a video clip and spread it on YouTube," read one post.
“It continued: ‘Its [sic] true what Malema said, silently we shall kill them ... Police will stand together ... our leader will lead us to take our land over. Mandela will smile again.
" ‘White naaiers, we coming for you! Households will be broken into and families will be slaughtered.” [Emphasis added—IM]
[Savagery posted on Facebook, By Cedric Mboyisa, The Citizen, March 21, 2010
Was the murderer of seventeen-year-old Anika Smit, also in March of 2010, a Facebook friend of Malema? When Johan Smit bid his bonny daughter goodbye, before leaving the home they shared in north Pretoria, he did not imagine he’d never again see her alive. Naked and mutilated is how this father found his only child on returning that day from work. Anika’s throat had been slashed sixteen times and her hands hacked off. She had been raped. [Murdered girl's hands cut off, By Hilda Fourie, Beeld, March 12, 2010]
In Malema’s defense, the ANC claimed he was not responsible for the Facebook page. The youth leader might be hard to track down in cyberspace, but Malema performed in person at the University of Johannesburg, stomping about with a group of students and singing, in Zulu, "Shoot the Boers, they are rapists." ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe spun Malema’s live performance by choosing to dismiss the power of "Kill the Boer."
"Mantashe said the song was only a means of ensuring South African history was remembered and not meant as an incitement to violence against whites—who make up about a tenth of South Africa's 50 million population.” [South Africa's ANC defends ‘Kill the Boer’ song, By Peroshni Govender, Reuters, Mar 30, 2010.]
No one who remembers the role of Radio Rwanda (first) and Radio-Télévision Libre des Milles Collines (RTLM), next, in galvanizing the Hutu to exterminate the Tutsi "inyenzi" ("cockroaches") can shrug off what is underway in South Africa.
Many South African blacks have a pathological preoccupation with variants of "Kill the Boer; kill the farmer." In its hypnotic hold on the popular imagination, the mantra resembles the "'Kill them before they kill you" slogan that helped excite Hutus to massacre half a million of their Tutsi neighbors.
In Rwanda, it was the old media that transmitted older hatreds; in Mandela’s South Africa the new media is doing the same.
Is Facebook the face of incitement to genocide in South Africa?
Peter Mokaba’s funeral in 2002 was attended by the current South African president Jacob Zuma and his two predecessors, Thabo Mbeki and Nelson Mandela . At the sight of the coffined Mokaba, the crowd roared, "Kill the Boer, kill the farmer!" Witnesses will not say whether "Madiba" (Nelson Mandela) partook.
But to dispel any doubts about the esteem in which Mokaba is still held despite his savage slogan: the ANC has named a soccer stadium, built for the upcoming soccer World Cup, after this son of the “New South Africa”.
WHAT ABOUT THE ANC's OWN DESPOTS?
"We are radical, militant, but we subscribe to logic and sense. We are brave about our views, and we can stand firm on those views, but we can differ and still come out of the differences smelling roses and having earned the respect of our opponents. To us- state power is not necessarily about electoral power, but about the seizure and transformation of the state in its totality."
- SACP YOUTH LEAGUE
"The Pan Africanist Youth Congress has threatened to kill ANC Youth League president Julius Malema if he does not apologise for misleading the country about the Sharpeville massacre.
"We are saying to Malema to apologise within five days or we will injure him to death... He will either end up in a hospital or in a mortuary," said Payco President Pitso Mphasha."
- PAC YOUTH CONGRESS
"Johannesburg – Delegates at the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) housing indaba on Thursday sang "shoot the boer" in defiance of a court ban.
Delegates from the union, government and some financial institutions were attending the indaba in Johannesburg to address housing problems facing mine workers.
They sang the song to usher NUM deputy general secretary Oupa Komane off the podium.
Komane had teased the delegates with the song before his address and sang only the "Ayesab’ amagwala" part in his closing.
This prompted delegates to sing the whole song uncensored.
Komane had briefed delegates on the state of affairs of housing for mine workers.
The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg recently banned the song Ayesab’ amagwala on the basis that it was inciting violence."
- NATIONAL UNION OF MINEWORKERS
By Adriana Stuijt. Members of my Facebook site recently alerted me to a number of ‘Africanist’ websites in volatile South Africa where radical islamists are very actively inciting black South African members to ‘kill all the whites’ there. This incitement to kill all Europeans is often targetted towards the increasingly besieged Afrikaans-speaking minority -- but has also been targetting all the Western football fans planning to travel to the World Cup 2010 tournaments in South Africa in June.
This is no idle threat: a very real threat of terrorism against the WC2010 exists, according to a top expert’s warning from the SA Institute for Race Relations. Their report specifically raised the alarm about the active presence of such Islamist-Radical cells inside South Africa – and which are ‘very likely’ planning attacks against the WC2010 tournament venues. The report points out that this will be ‘the largest single gathering of Westerners outside the USA and Europeand as such represents a very attractive target for El Qaida’.The report has however been practically ignored by the SA mainstream news media and also not widely reported outside the country: Read it: http://www.sairr.org.za/sairr-today/sairr-today-how-vulnerable-is-south-africa2019s-soccer-world-cup-to-a-major-terrorist-attack-14th-january-2009/
Pakama Ngceni started the antiwhite Blackwash Facebook siteThese radical websites – including the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, the Azanian People’s Liberation Army and another site with the ominous name of Blackwash. The latter site was co-founded by (a former Reuters news agency intern) journalist Ms Pakama Ngceni (pictured left) and a fellow-student Mr Ncebakazi Manzi two years ago. Miss Ngceni did a brief stint at the international news agency in Johannesburg in 2009 but now has no further links with them. (Ms Ngceni replied to our request for comment by writing that …”(you are) not entitled to my comment on what you term to be a strange anomaly in my journalistic abilities.”)
Together all these groups have launched a hate-mongering campaign on the South African Facebook pages – with people with Arabic-sounding names and pictures actively encouraging the black members to start a race war against one of the most visible and defenceless minorities in South Africa.
The most worrying aspect of all this growing hate-speech campaign is the very active participation of clearly radical Islamists – with names such as Ahmed El Saud ; Abdul-Aziz Hossayn; and Juhani Hossayn- with the latter claiming that he hails from Uap in the Northern Cape in a posting on the Pan Africanist of Azania Facebook page. (The entire page and the relevant postings are reproduced below this story
" Facebook jihad on South African whites: Ahmed El Saud @ Chris: we will do the job for your people. We will kill the whites at a agreed price per head. We deliver all heads and expect raw cash, gold or diamonds as payment. Baby heads are same as grown up's in price. We will give you instructions on how to arrange the payment and the terms and conditions. Do not worry now. We provide also body guards if you are in need. Just speak out. We can bring in planes and do it with poison spray but your people must be out of the area."
- ISLAMISTS URGING BLACKS TO KILL WHITES
Ballas Tshabalala You boertjies is always looking fer shet. I wil stick my gun up your as and kil al your brain
Ahmed El Saud
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ALLAH HELP US TO KILL ALL WHITES…
Abdul-Aziz Hossayn (wrote next to this picture of the field of crosses erected in South Africa to commemorate the many murdered white farmers:) “I see more graves and even more white crosses ... Allah is great !!! Allah help us to kill all whites !!! lh6.ggpht.com
Juhani-Yunus Hossayn The world listen when they see pictures like this ... Do we want this?
Sun at 2:39pm · Jean-Marc Frédéric Edward Vogt
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Ahmed El Saud
Oh you can kill someone if he disagree, take Sadam Hossayn as an example. The moment he stop his oil export to the USA he were labelled as a dictator. Simply because it is easier and cheaper to sell his oil in EU and more profitable. Now USA loot the oil in Iraq. Only way to stop Sadam was to kill him.
Kill all whites who disagree, they have no right and no place in Africa. All whites are evil. Kill the babies, kill the elders, kill all whites and your blessings will rise to the heavens.Makube Njalo
Ahmed El Saud Kill the fucking whites now !!! If you afraid for them, lets do it for you. In return you can pay us after the job has been done ... Text us .... We are not afraid for the whites like your own people ... Its a dicgrace ....he ask you and you don't want to ... We will do it Mandela !
Nelson Mandela kill Whites > www.youtube.comNelson Mandela present at a song about killing of Whites.
Sun at 6:37pm ·
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Juhani-Yunus Hossayn PAC stop talking and give us the order to clean South-Africa for good.
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February 19 at 5:53pm · View Feedback (4)Hide Feedback (4) · Share · Report Chris Mathebula likes this.
Hope it reach the group on Facebook that is called "Gatvol vir misdaad" ... This you will get in return and more brutal then you can imagine ... You pigs!!!
Kill all the **** Whites!
Nde Cee-say PAC do not need any boer in the organisation, they are traitors !
Ban all whites from PAC membership, blacks are enough - use the taxi federations to engage in the fights and lets take our our streets.
Nde Cee-say Unite Black people !!!
Uhuru are on the way !!!
Away with all AWB racists !!!
The power is with our youth !!!
Chris Sankara Jou baas Eugene is a moffie all die boere is moffies.
" Kill the Farmer- Kill the Boer song.( Dibula I'Bunu)
"this is our country, not the boers."
"One bullet,one boer."
"I respect Robert Mugabe and his sound political decisions."
"if the boers think they can get away with 60 years of oppressing us, they can think again!"
"Terre’Blanche was an appalling man - part buffoon, part racist thug."
"If the boers think that they'll get away with flying the apartheid flag and singing apartheid songs, think again!"
"BBC journalist Jonah Fisher deserved to be embarrassed. It will teach him to interrupt me again!"
"The time has come to nationalize South African Mines!"
"South Africa shall never be a colony again!"
- JULIUS MALEMA FACEBOOK
The messages posted above a You Tube video clip showing Nelson Mandela with a group of people allegedly singing songs about "killing white people".
A Facebook poster called Ahmed El Saud said in his post: "Kill the f***ing whites now!!! If you afraid of them, let's do it for you. In return, you can pay us after the job has been done... text us... we are not afraid for the whites like your own people... it's a disgrace ... he asked you and you don't want to... we will do it, Mandela!"
In another posting he said: "Mandela asked so nice, start at home with food poison, gas leaks, cut the phone lines, kill the babies in the pool, be creative or if you have no nerve, call me and my team ... we have 3 000 on standby and can be ready with in 24 hours... think about it now or good luck."
Radical islamists incite blacks to kill whites:
Yuhani-Yunus Hossayn claims he is from Uap in Northern Cape radical islamist postings on PAC The most worrying aspect of all this growing hate-speech campaign is the very active participation of clearly radical Islamists – with names such as Ahmed El Saud ; Abdul-Aziz Hossayn; and Juhani Hossayn – pictured right -- with the latter claiming that he hails from Uap in the Northern Cape in a posting on the Pan Africanist of Azania Facebook page. (The entire page and the relevant postings are reproduced below this story).
This campaign to kill all whites is well beyond just a mindless threat from a few angry young blacks: more than 3,140 white farmers have already been murdered on South African farms since 1987 – often after hours of mutilation and torture - and primarily by young black male gangs whose members frequently are armed with illegal AK-47s. Yet despite numerous complaints to facebook management the site was still active on February 25.
Meanwhile the number of armed attacks against whites – primarily Afrikaans-speakers from all accounts -- inside their own homes and also in public places is growing rapidly: Slaughter of whites continues and Hatespeech against SA whites is often deadly
Who really is attempting to rewrite history?
Is the controversial song urging the killing of “Boers” truly part of the ANC’s liberation struggle heritage, or are such claims simply an ingenuous, or perhaps sinister, attempt by the ANC leadership to defend its Youth League leader Julius Malema by distorting the historical truth? Or is the ANC itself trying to rewrite history after it accused the courts of doing so when two successive court rulings found the song to incite racial hatred – findings in line with one already made by the Human Rights Commission (HRC) as long ago as 2003?
These are questions that come to the fore from an investigation into the origins of the controversial song, "Dubula iBhunu".
The truth seems to be that words to the same effect first were chanted in Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) circles in the early 1990s along with their infamous slogan of “one settler, one bullet”. Shortly thereafter, the late ANC youth leader Peter Mokaba borrowed the slogan and began chanting his “kill the Boer, kill the farmer” version in 1993 after the murder of ANC and Communist Party leader, Chris Hani.
In none of the sources on the origins of the song which could be identified, could any indication be found that the song has ever been part of the ANC repertoire of songs during the struggle days.
Although the controversial song sung by Malema is claimed now to be a historical liberation struggle song, it was not included in a 2-CD history and recording of 25 freedom songs released in 2002. Senior ANC and former Umkhonto we Sizwe leaders, including Ronnie Kasrils, Baleka Mbete and Pallo Jordan among others, had collaborated in the production of the collection.
At the time of its release, the CD set was described as a collection of field recordings of songs and chants used in the liberation struggle, complemented by a radio documentary providing an overview of the songs, their history and context in the struggle. These songs were sung in ANC camps, at meetings, mass rallies, demonstrations and other gatherings.
The set, it was said, was designed as an archival and historical document. Nowhere did it mention “kill the Boer, kill the farmer” or “shoot the Boer”.
All indications are that the slogan or chant and the song, or even songs that developed from it, originated with the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC).
In August 1999, Thomas Ramaila told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that he had been a PAC operative and had been influenced by what he called a PAC slogan, namely “kill the farmer, kill the Boer” to kill a farmer, Neville Rudman. Most of Ramaila’s testimony and his amnesty application were rejected, but his reference to the slogan was not.
The slogan/song in any version was used first in circles associated with the PAC in the early 1990s, although the PAC never officially took ownership of it and, after the first democratic elections of 1994, distanced itself from it. At almost the same time, the ANC’s Mokaba began using the slogan in 1993 when the armed struggle for all intents and purposes was a thing of the past.
In that same year, a large crowd of PAC supporters marched through Cape Town’s Kenilworth and Claremont suburbs, demanding the release of PAC members who had been arrested in connection with the massacre of 11 churchgoers at the St. James Church and chanted “kill the Boer, kill the farmer”, “one settler, one bullet” and “one church, one bomb”.
Also in 1993, at a rally in Tembisa near Johannesburg, both Mokaba and a PAC representative used these or similar words in speeches to the large crowd. Mokaba reportedly also urged the crowd to direct their “bullets” at then president FW de Klerk, declaring that he hated De Klerk. To which the PAC representative added, “war against the enemy... kill them”.
In March this year, a former participant in an August 1993 march (called “Operation Barcelona”) against increased exam fees in Cape Town, wrote in a comment to an article on the Internet, that he was among PASO (PAC student wing) students in the march who chanted “kill the Boer, kill the farmer” immediately before American student Amy Biehl was killed by members of that mob.
In 2002, then president Thabo Mbeki, as president of the ANC, and in 2003 then ANC secretary-general Kgalema Motlanthe - who is now ANC deputy president - firmly and unambiguously distanced the ANC from any such song or slogan, saying it had never been, and would never be, a part of the ANC. No claim was made then that it – in any form - ever had been an ANC liberation struggle song.
That is until now, when, in March this year, Malema began singing a generic version of Mokaba’s chant. Suddenly senior ANC leaders, among them secretary-general Gwede Mantashe, are claiming this to be an old ANC liberation struggle song that apparently never was sung to incite violence against white farmers or whites in general, but was aimed against the apartheid regime.
Mcebisi Ndletyana, senior researcher at the Human Science Research Council - in another defence of the song and attack on the judges who ruled against its use in an article in "The Sunday Independent" - claims the song embodies black hatred of “whiteness”, but not of people of European descent... with a very wooly explaination of what the difference is intended to be.
No documentary or other evidence could be found that the chant or related songs were indeed ANC liberation songs before 1993, when the liberation struggle was practically over and constitutional negotiations in full swing.
The Mokaba chant of “kill the farmer, kill the Boer” was next heard in June 2002 at an ANC Youth League meeting in Kimberley, and at Mokaba’s funeral in Limpopo. The funeral was attended by prominent ANC leaders, including Nelson Mandela and Mbeki, and the chanting was stopped immediately.
The Freedom Front lodged a complaint of hate speech with the HRC, which subsequently rejected it. However Mbeki, as president of the ANC and the country at the time, on 19 June of that year told Parliament: “Nobody in our country has a right to call for the killing of any South African, whatever the colour, race, ethnic origin, gender or health condition of the intended victim. Those farmers and boers are as much South African and African as I am...”
In June 2003, the HRC, chaired by Professor Karthy Govender, assisted by Professor Henk Botha and Mr Khashane Manamela, heard an appeal by the Freedom Front against the earlier HRC ruling. In their decision, delivered on 15 July, they overturned the earlier HRC ruling and found that the slogan "Kill the farmer, kill the boer" as chanted at the ANC youth rally in Kimberley and at the funeral of Mokaba constituted hate speech as defined in section 16(2)(c) of the Constitution.
What is even more interesting is that part of the record of submissions made to the HRC at the time contains a letter from Motlanthe, then ANC secretary-general, stating that the ‘’utterance has never been, cannot and will never be a slogan of the ANC, not used by the ANC at all.’’ The logical assumption then is that, according to Motlanthe, it was not part of the ANC’s liberation struggle heritage.
SO- HERE WE ARE- THE ANC WORRIED ABOUT THE BOER NATION NOW RISING- BUT THEY QUICKLY HAVE AN AMNESIA ATTACK- A BLANK- WHEN THEY THEMSELVES REVERT TO AN 'UPRISING" AND A VIOLENT ONE AT THAT - IN THEIR OWN HEY-DAYS. WHAT MAKES THEM SO SPECIAL TO HAVE THAT RIGHT ONLY TO THEMSELVES? NOW THAT THE SHOE FITS THE OTHER FOOT- SUDDENLY THEY ARE GETTING "SCARED" FOR THEIR "DEMOCRACY?"
DECIDE FOR YOURSELF IF YOU- AS AN OBSERVER- WOULD BELIEVE ANYTHING THE ANC TELLS YOU IN THE MEDIA....OR WOULD YOU ALSO BE SMART- AND PREPARE YOURSELVES LIKE THE BOERS DO? WE NOW SEE TOURISTS FOR THE 2010 FIASCO WEARING SHIRTS- WITH THE WORDS: " DON'T KILL ME- I AM A TOURIST- NOT THE BOER.." STILL THINK YOUR BELOVED ANC IS ANGELS? WE THINK SO....ANGELS OF DEATH!!