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Saturday, 11 February 2012

ANC USE OF WITCHCRAFT TO DEMONISE ETHNIC MINORITIES.


ANC's use of witchcraft to demonise and stir up hatespeech against ethnic-minorities
:https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.112911772089104.6138.100001108447359&type=1

Black South Africans still carry out regular xenophobic attacks and torch individuals to death
 just for being 'foreigners"- also details about the ANC regime's persistent use of witchcraft
-rituals to instill fear in the SA population and to also demonise and humiliate the Afrikaner
-minority with. ALSO SEE THE HATESPEECH TARGETTING ALL FOREIGNERS AND ALL
 WHITES
THIS IS NO ORDINARY CRIME WAVE... "This is much more than just an ordinary crime wave,
" warns Institute for Security Studies senior researcher Dr Johan Burger, who is a former police
 commissioner. “The entire smallholdings area of greater-Pretoria / Bronkhorstspruit / Cullinan
 / Kameeldrift have over the past few years become an unprecedented 'murder-site', he noted.
 “These extremely violent armed attacks targeting all these Afrikaans smallholder-families have
 now reached very serious levels,” he warned in 2008. By 2010 however, these attacks have
 not abated – despite the arrest of the local SAPS CID-chief for the Magalies region, Capt
 Patrick Magonono, who was arrested with his entire five-man crew at their police station
 on June 26 2008 and charged in the Johannesburg magistrate’s court for these attacks –
 and for attacking black foreigners. Magonono has since disappeared. An arrest warrant
 was issued for Patrick Magonono on June 17 2010. SAPS MEMBERS INVOLVED IN ATTACKS
 AGAINST AFRIKANERS: Capt Patrick Magonono, head of criminal investigations division 
at Magalies SAPS, was arrested for farm attacks and xenophobic violence against black
 foreigners - together with five black colleagues on June 26 2008: Afrikaners who describe
 these armed attacks against them as a genocide or ethnocide, are thus not being paranoid:
 other police officers have also been arrested while carrying out armed attacks against
 farms recently. Tthere is considerable evidence of SA police collusion in these attacks:
 besides the fact that police so frequently fail to respond to emergency calls from besieged
 Afrikaner families, on June 26, 2008 the SA police directorate also carried out a remarkable
 mass-arrest of the entire Police CID unit at the Magalies police station - which controls the
 greater-Pretoria smallholdings region where so many of these attacks are taking place.
 Police captain Patrick Magonono, and five colleagues were charged with carrying out
 armed robberies targetting Afrikaner smallholders throughout the region for the past five
 years. They were charged in the Johannesburg magistrate’s court for carrying out a large
 number of armed attacks against Afrikaners throughout the greater-Magalies smallholdings 
region as well as with attacks against black foreign Africans. So one would have thought 
the guy would have been put away behind bars for a long time - with such a long line of 
witnesses ready to testify. Alas, this has not happened! He surfaced again in March 2010 
-- in the following press statement from the SAPS: "" Ex Police Officer in Hot Water -
 press statement by SAPS:" 29 Mar 2010 - North West SA Police Service press release: 
"A 26-year-old shopkeeper was busy in his shop at Freedom Park, Phokeng, on 19 March
 2010 at around 14:00 when four customers entered the shop.They suddenly produced
 firearms, threatened the shopkeeper and his workers, and used cable ties to tie them
 up before robbing them of R8 000 and three cellphones. While the suspects were robbing 
the business, a police patrol van happened to pass by. Three of the robbers fled in
 different directions, and one ran to a BMW sedan which was parked close by, firing
 three shots in the direction of the police, who returned fire. The suspect got into the 
vehicle and drove off at high speed, followed closely by the members. About 1 km
 further down the road, the BMW was cornered, and the suspect got out of the vehicle 
and tried to flee on foot. Members of the community blew the whistle on him, and the
 members cornered him in a house where he was hiding. Three cellphones were recovered,
 two were in the suspect’s possession and the other one was found in the vehicle. However,
 the firearm that he had used was not found.During the initial investigation, it was
 established that the suspect is a former SAPS member, who was stationed at Krugersdorp
 Detective Service.A blue light was found inside the BMW, which was also fitted with a police
 siren.The suspect’s official SAPS appointment certificate was found in his possession, and
 the BMW was found to have been hijacked.39-year-old Patrick Magonono appeared in the
Tlhabane Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, 23 March 2010 on charges of business robbery,
 possession of a vehicle suspected to have been stolen, attempted murder and impersonating
 a police official.His accomplices are still at large. Report by SAPS clerk Ms A. Smit, tel.
 ( important note: On June 18 2010, an arrest warrant was issued for Magonono and for