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Sunday, 6 November 2011

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CLIVE DERBY-LEWIS- THE ANC RACIST POLITICAL INFLUENCE FROM LETHULI-HOUSE: BAIL APPLICATION AND DENIAL:



This is - together with the Boeremag members- a clear-cut case that the vendictive ANC ratpack will try to keep Derby-Lewis and the Boeremag members in jail "'till Jesus come" as well. So much has already been said about this gross human rights violation action from the racist hoodlums in Lethuli-House...but up to today- they merely ignore all criticism - and choose to abstain from commenting on their own draconian action wrt these white men.

Across South-Africa- there are but about 67 white men sitting to rot in jail- some with mediocre "charges" against them-some also "awaiting trial"- but they will be "forgotten" by the two-faced ghouls in the ANC "democratic" farce- until a new government takes over and give reprieves to these poor people. The fact that the ANC regime broke-up lots of families due to their hatred for these white folks in jail-as well as the fact that some of the jailed whites have died in prison, got divorced and are financially ruined- does not bother them at least."Awaiting Trial" today- seems to be the new term for "incarcerated indefinitely."




CLIVE DERBY-LEWIS


The Boeremag trial are now running to be the longest trial in South-African ( and in the world) history- a total of nearly 8 full years! The weird part is that NONE of these men were found guilty as yet- they all are still "awaiting trial!"  Derby-Lewis did not factually kill the terrorist Hani- but was a co-conspirator with Janus Walusz by supplying him with the murder weapon- thus he did not do the killing- but serves a life sentence for conspiracy to murder.For this Derby-Lewis are languishing in the over-populated Potgieter Street prison for almost 16 years now....already an old and sickly man- with no more hope of ever getting parole or reprieve on" humanitarian"  grounds. Neither  will he feel the wind of freedom in his face again- or see his grand children....or like convicts like Shabir Shaik...walk on Durban's beaches again for that matter. This is a much worse fate than thousands of convicted black  killers can say- all because his skin-color are the wrong shade!


JANUS WALUSZ


Taking in consideration that the racist Thabo Mbeki gave thousands of sentenced murderers and rapists "presidential clemency"- and Jacob Zuma also TWICE released guilty murderers and rapists on "presidential pardon" to walk scott-free from jail because SA's jails were "over populated".Further-more did convicted killer  Robert "The Bomber" McBride-  that killed 3 people in his murder spree at Magoo's Bar in Durban- got parole after only serving 3 years of his life sentence! One should reason that at least Derby-Lewis- who already served more years in jail than most of the "pardoned" killers- would be released as well if the jails were so "over populated"- if nothing else- on his age and health condition. His application was rejected because Hani's family was not "consulted." In the mean-time- thousands of killers were released WITHOUT any of the victim's families "consulted." The Correctional Services top-girl-Mapisa Nqacula- even admitted that the Administration of these thousands released- are " haphazard! " So much for credibility...more like nepotistic racism-  I dare say.

According to the Monkey-Farm in Lethuli-House- McBride's atrocious deed of killing three innocent people is much more "politically motivated" than Derby-Lewis's deed of merely supplying a murder weapon! I wonder what they would've done if Derby-Lewis actually was doing the killing-bit on Hani...maybe he would THEN  qualify as being more "politically motivated."

The question ostensibly jumps to ones mind as to why these vermin in Lethuli-House keep-on gunning and keeping the white Boers in jail?  McBride was THREE years in jail- got parole- was elevated to SA "Ambassador" in Chilli-then became "Head of Security" in Edenvale Municipality for his ghoulish deed of being directly responsible for the deaths of three innocent people.

                EX-KILLER ROBERT McBRIDE- GOT PROMOTION FOR HIS EVIL DEED!





EX-TERRORIST KINGPIN CHRIS HANI


The logical question in this scenario is this one: What was the life of Hani- a terrorist- who murdered his own people in Quatro camp- as well as be part of the planning of the Church Street bombing that killed 23 innocent white people- more worth than the lives of the three people that McBride killed...or the lives of those hapless victims murdered by the  thousands  "paroled" convicted killers?





SHABIR SHAIK- CON ARTIST AND ZUMA BUDDY. GOT 15 YEARS SENTENCE FOR FRAUD- GOT OUT AFTER 1 YEAR OF MOSTLY "HOSPITALIZATION "- FOR BEING " TERMINALLY ILL.NOW STILL "DYING" FOR YET ANOTHER YEAR ON DURBAN'S BEACHES AND GOLF COURSES!


The answer lies in the fact that the ANC is a ungodly communist anti-white racist hoodlum gang that never will forget the fact that the Boers gave them hell in the South-West war- as well as the fact that the Boers have a history of been unbeaten by any black tribe since the Blood river onslaught.Further-more was Hani a king-pin in planning the farm murders to come- and also a candidate for becoming "president." The ANC is a hated, vindictive and ghoulish organization- that will see to it that all Boers are exterminated as soon as possible. Like the ANC racist Charles Nqacula said- and later echoed by the illiterate Nqondo Balfour: "They can sit in jail 'till they rot! " THAT is precisely what the rats in Lethuli-House plan to do with these men! Unfortunately- the cannot apply for amnesty from a Tutu Reconciliation Commission because their deeds were not enough "politically motivated"- they do not belong to one-or-the-other communist affiliated "struggle" gang....nor could they apply for "presidential pardon"- because they do not have close ties with the ANC  ratpack or- like Shaik- are buddies with the Prez himself...they are simply Boers...and according to the sick international world..."racists" and "Far  Right Wingers."



                              THE ANC GANGLAND THAT KEPT THE BOERS BEHIND BARS

From left to right: Thabo Mbeki, Charles Nqacula, Ncondo Balfour,  Mapisa Nqacula & Jacob Zuma.
(Notice how the gang keeps in in the family? Charles's wife now "Minister of Correctional Services?"



For Derby-Lewis and the Boeremag chaps- their only salvation will lie in a new government to release them on clemency or humanitarian grounds...or by force from the Boers themselves.

Underneath is the failed bail application from Deby-Lewis- and the Correctional Service's respond- politically influenced as clear as daylight:








Underneath now- was Clive's response to the politically influenced denial of his bail application in his own words:

"My comments on the parole refusal.


On 18 July, 2011 I was called to the office of the chairman of the Pretoria Central Case Management Committee, Mr. Matopa, who informed me that my application for parole had been refused. When I asked him why I was refused he showed me a document which originated from the D.C.S. Minister’s office on which the words ‘further profile July, 2013’ were written diagonally across the document and underlined with a single line. When I asked him why there were no reasons given he could not answer me. 


I have, today, 3 November, three and a half months later, received from the Area Commissioner, gen. Zebilon Monama, a document, dated 3 November, 2011, containing the reasons given by the minister and wish to comment as follows:

What the minister is saying that regardless of the findings of the very people trained to and responsible for recommending, in the case of lifers, and granting parole  for those serving years, the Correctional Supervision and Parole Board (CSPB), who are made fully aware by the Case Management Committee of my suitability for release on parole, she rather places her trust in political reasons provided by people obviously bent on revenge and having no current information whatsoever on which to base their objections.


What happened then is history. What has happened since then is only known to those responsible officials who work with offenders on a daily basis and observe them all day and every day, and only they are qualified to decide on suitability for release or otherwise.

My record in prison and my interaction with staff and other offenders should be the telling factors and are normally so. Why am I treated differently? Why am I not treated with the same administrative proves as all others.


Nature of the offence.


This section contains selected quotes from the judgement by Eloff JP. I have little to say regarding the judgements by either Eloff JP or the Supreme Court of Appeal except that I am not nor have I at any time been proud of what happened, and that had it not been for the political situation at the time the murder would never have happened. The court also referred to the political nature of the deed, and criticised us for not showing remorse. This comment was apparently based on the fact that we pleaded not guilty. Of course we felt remorse, as would any normal person considering the gravity of the crime. 


Offenders attitude to the crime.


I made it clear at all times that were it not for what was seen by my colleagues in the top structures of the Conservative Party(CP), as well as the vast majority of our supporters, as a pending disaster with the handover of power to the ANC alliance the assassination would never have taken place. Dr. A.P. Treurnicht, the leader of the Party, had in May, 1990 called us, at a mass meeting held at the Voortrekker Monument, to the ‘third freedom struggle’ (derde vryheidsstryd). As the previous two ‘freedom struggles’ were in the form of war against the British, one resulting in victory and he second in defeat, and both concerning the retention of political power, I naturally assumed, as did many judging by the numerous acts of sabotage carried out from then on, it was a declaration of a war to ensure the retention of political power. I was not a criminal and had never been convicted of anything more serious than parking offences but was driven in desperation to prevent what we had promised our supporters we would never allow. I was a senior representative of the Party and it was my obligation and duty to do whatever could to ensure the objectives of the Party, accepting that if I did something that was in conflict with party objectives I would be subjected to disciplinary action. This was never done. 

On the contrary, the CP immediately launched a legal aid fund to cover my legal costs. In spite of this fact the Amnesty Committee refused to accept that I had done what I had done in support of the CP and that as a high official, I was a member of the highest body, the parliamentary caucus; I actually had a role in the creation of party policy.

For the crime I committed I was punished by the Court. For supposedly not making full isclosure I was punished with the refusal of amnesty. Now the SA Communist Party wants to punish me again although I am a changed person. Their accent is on revenge and not reconciliation or forgiveness.

2.3 Information relevant to supposed risks posed to society by me.

2.3.1. It will be seen here that in repeating Judge van der Merwe’s ruling,page 25, that I, the applicant, argued that Ms. Hani’s represntations will be of a political nature and nothing else. It is clear from the Minister’s decision that I was right as her total reasons as well as those of the SACPand Cosatu were only political.


Judge van der Merwe went further after granting her the right to make her submission,although the law introducing this was not in existence when I was sentenced, to state as follows:” Any person, including me, may put relevant information before a Board.” This was done by the SACP and Cosatu in my hearing but is not done in any other parole hearing nor are any political reasons given in objection to the granting of parole in any other instances.


2.3.2. States “the following victims’ statements and satements of opposition were placed before the Correctional Supervision and Parole Board and the Minister”:

Firstly let me state that these statements were not victims’ statements. The victim was mr Hani. The statements are from family members. How the SACP and Cosatu qualify in that category is beyond me.


a)      Decision of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) (AC/99/0172 


How the Minister can also accept that the above decision can be relevant to parole also amazes me. How can it possibly be relevant to the consideration of parole, and as far as relevant matters are concerned the Amnesty Committee in refusing me amnesty took irrelevant issues such as the purpose of the list of names, the prioritising of the names, and the purpose of obtaining the pistol and silencer. How could this be relevant to my application for amnesty for the killing of Mr. Hani?

Point one. Clearly a political object aimed at stopping the handover process. This objective no longer exists.


Point 2. My parole profile clearly reflects that I show remorse and have no opportunity regarding showing appreciation for the “democratic dispensation in our country”. I fail to see the relevance of his comment.


Point 3. I have an excellent relationship with my fellow offenders as can be seen from the list of activities in which I have been involved in prison. I have no doubt that once I am on parole the community will quickly realise that they have no reason to fear me.


Point 4. This point contains a contradiction in that it is first stated that I had not apologised and then admits that I apologised at the amnesty hearing but that the family were not present. There were in a fully packed people from the SA communist Party, Cosatu, the CP and the general public who all heard me apologise. On being made aware of the fact that Mrs. Hani was not in the Hall at the time,I attempted through my advocate, Mr Harry Prinsloo, to arrange a personal meeting with Mrs. Hani, which approach was turned down by both Mr George Bizos, Mrs. Hani’s legal rep. and Mr Jeremy Cronin, deputy leader of the SACP on different occasions. I then assumed that my approaches would be pointless. I am totally prepared to publicly repeat my apology and condolences to the Hani family.


Point 5. The sitting of the Parole Board in June 2010 was specifically to allow Mrs. Hani to make her submission and I was not at any stage allowed to comment. I had already made my comments at the original Parole Board sitting when at the conclusion I was informed by the Board that they were recommending me for release on 15 October, 2008. The profile together with the recommendation was forwarded to the minister but was irregularly intercepted by Mr Balfour’s wife, ms. Mqobi who was regional commissioner at the time before she was suspended and subsequently fired from the Department. She sat on the documents until July, 2009. I went to Court to obtain the recommended parole and was informed by the Court that while I qualified for parole Mrs. Hani must first have the opportunity to make her submission. Eighteen months later she did so, hence the sitting held on June, 2010. The Minister considered the application in November,2010 and sent it back with a request for further documentation. The application was finally considered by the minister and her decision was made on 13 July, 2011, three years after the Parole Board recommended my release.

As far as the comments on the ANC I have no further interest in politics and theses comments are thus irrelevant.


Point 6. There can be no doubt that I accept the nature of the crime and that there is no legitimate reason to refuse to release me on parole.


Given.


Point one. I have received with the life sentence the severest sentence the law permits. The policy of the department states that all offenders, without exception, are entitled to be considered for parole and, if suitable for release, to be released on parole.


Point 2. I fail to see how my still viewing the crime as political poses a risk to the national security and public safety should I be paroled. The judgement clearly states the political content in that it stated that the assassination of a political leader was not an acceptable option. Many offenders were granted amnesty during the hearings for assassinating( murdering) political leaders throughout the country.



I am not nor have I been involved in political activities for the past 18 years and recently had occasion to distance myself from attempts to involve me in politics. This fact can be confirmed by my lawyer, Mr. Marius Coertze who released the repudiation on my behalf.

CLIVE DERBY-LEWIS"


A SAD, SAD RACIST AND NEPOTISTIC TALE INDEED- LITTERED WITH HATRED TOWARDS ANYTHING OR ANYBODY REMOTELY RESEMBLING THE BOER NATION!NOT ONE CHIRP FROM ANY "HUMANITARIAN " ORGANIZATION LIKE THE RED CROSS, NOT ONE WORD FROM ANY "HUMAN RIGHTS" ORGANIZATION, INTERNATIONAL "FREE MANDELA" SCREAMER, LOCAL POLITICAL PARTY, NEWSPAPER...OR WHITE ORGANIZATION. ..AND THEY CALL THIS A "DEMOCRATIC" COUNTRY? "DEMOCRACY " IS A VERY SMART JEWISH NWO INITIATED TERM  THAT ONLY ARE USED LOOSELY NOW AND THEN IN THIS FARCE BANANA REPUBLIC...ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAPPEN TO WEAR A BLACK ANC SKIN IT APPEARS- OR WANT TO SCORE POLITICAL BROWNIES. VERY SAD INDEED!