Daar word duisende bande afgelaai
reg oor die land op alle snelwee en groot paaie...
Verskeie kaspers van die weermag en ander
weermagvoertuie op N1 suid in Pta te sien.
Onderweg van Wallmansthal-basis.
So pas onbevestigde berig ontvang dat 1) Zimbabwiese soldate en militere toerusting in verskeie SA Weermagbasisse is. 2) Metropolisie opdrag ontvang het om lughawens Donderdag te sluit en 3) Kragopwekkers en noodtoerusting in Jhb afgelaai is. Wees maar asb oplettend, waaksaam en voorbereid ! Versprei asb
Zuma leaves South Africa ‘amidst a climate for major conflict created by Ancyl incitements’ – TAU
Zuma leaves his country in the lurch a day before all-out siege campaign targetting Union buildings in Pretoria
With SA president Zuma away at a crucial time this week: leaving South Africa on Wednesday to attend the Commonwealth Heads of State meeting in Australia, the Transvaal Agricultural Union warned that he must intervene ruthlessly to defuse an increasingly dangerous climate ‘favourable to major conflict” currently being created in the country". TLU president Louis Meintjies warned that Pres Zuma can still 'defuse a potentially dangerous situation"- challenging him to "take just as strict and ruthlessly action against his youth leader as when he suspended police commissioner Bheki Cele today - and fired cabinet-ministers Sicelo Shiceka and Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde "
"The ANC Youth League leader at the weekend again insisted that 80% of the remaining white-owned land should be taken by blacks. "Judging from statements of other youth movements, it appears that the ANCYL represents a screaming minority but the climate it creates is irresponsible and could have catastrophic consequences." "The ANC cannot fall back on the argument that the ANC Youth League is an autonomous organization. They use the ANC's name and therefore the ANC has to accept full responsibility for their youth movement's statements. "It is outrageous that the ANC government's policy is that 30% of the land should be transferred to blacks, but their youth league claim 80% of all land." This is in contradiction with their own government's policy," said. Meintjes. "It is also in total contradiction to the country's Constitution’s guarantee of property rights, and that includes the rights of the Afrikaner population to property.'TLU: "we emphasize that no land was 'stolen from black people' as Ancyl alleged. That is malicious and based on political distortions of history. Malema claims that 'the whites arrived without land and without minerals.' Actually Mr Malema's ancestors also had nothing when they arrived from the north in Southern Afica,' he pointed out.Meintjies warned that Malema's incitement 'could lead to violent land grabs as happened in Zimbabwe.'
Black youths are gearing up for war: Boer-Afrikaners train in self-defence commandos:
Meanwhile -- with plans to provide 8,000 members of the increasingly militant ANC youth league with weapons- and ‘emergency-response’ -training at defence-force bases for the next two years, paid for byDepartment of Rural Development, the Afrikaners also are raising self-defence commandos in reaction to what they believe is an immediate threat to their security and Cosatu also launched its own ‘youth department’’: all warning signals for a looming civil war. One fact is crystal clear: the entire Southern African continent is unsafe for White and Asian families due to this rapidly-growing black-militancy. It enters its next revolutionary phase on Oct 27/28 with its ‘long march to Pretoria’ and the siege of the Union Buildings. This week Ancyl received permission from Johannesburg city council to take its march from Johannesburg to the Stock Exchange in Sandton – and then on to the overnight siege at the seat of power, the Union Buildings in Pretoria. They will not be allowed to march on the major traffic highways, however: they will have to take their marchers on secondary roads.
Die ANC-jeugliga beplan maksimale ontwrigting en gaan die verkeer ontwrig deur nie agterpaaie nie, maar hoofweë te gebruik. Militêre voertuie en heelwat toerusting is oor die naweek Johannesburg ingebring en is steeds besig om vanaf `n paar plekke in die land in die rigting van Johannesburg te beweeg.
Malema dares the NIA to visit him
ANCYL president Julius Malema has challenged the National Intelligence Agency to come to him for information about the league's march 'instead of intimidating innocent people'.
He warned that the use of state organs to intimidate people who held different opinions would lead to killings.