THINGS IN SOUTH-AFRICA ARE GOING TO START TURNING VIOLENT. IRONICALLY THE ARROGANT NO-CARE LIBERAL CLEVERIGNORANT "ACADEMICS" STILL LOATH IN THE PIPE-DREAM THAT THE BOERS WILL DO NOTHING. ON THE OTHER HAND- IT COULD BE EXPECTED- THEY ARE NOT BOERS, DO NOT KNOW THE BOERS- AND NEITHER DOES THIS LIBERAL ANC LAPDOGS PAY ANY ATTENTION TO THE PROPHECIES OF SIENER VAN RENSBURG. THEY ARE ABOUT TO MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE THE BRITISH DID IN THE BOER WARS- AND THE SUPERPOWERS MADE DURING THE SWA WAR...TO THEIR OWN DEMISE.
THIS- IF IT DOES COME TOP PLAY- WILL BE THE FINAL WAR WHERE- ACCORDING TO SIENER- A SMALL GROUP OF BOERS WILL STAND-UP AGAINST THE ALIEN FORCES- AND AFTER A BLOODY WAR- WILL DRIVE ALL THIS ALIEN THIEVES OUT OF THIS LAND. MANY A BLACK PEOPLE ALSO FEEL THE SAME WAY- AND ALREADY INDICATED THAT THEY WILL TAKE SIDES WITH THE BOERS IF SUCH A WAR IS TO ERUPT. .IT IS A VERY UNSTABLE SMOLDERING POWER KEG ABOUT TO EXPLODE INTO A VERY VIOLENT SITUATION.
CFC DID WARN SINCE LAST YEAR THAT 2011 WILL BE THE BEGINNING OF THE FINANCIAL ONSLAUGHT IN SOUTH-AFRICA- WITH 2012 COMMODITY PRICES ESCALATING BEYOND LIVING STANDARDS. CFC ALSO WARNED HIS MEMBERSNUMEROUS TIMES- ( ON THIS BLOG AS WELL)-TO EXPECT A CIVIL WAR TO ERUPT THIS YEAR. FASTEN THE SEAT-BELTS....THE RIDE IS ABOUT TO GET A BIT BUMPY. ALSO NOTE HOW NASPERS TRIES TO DOWN-PLAY THE AMOUNT OF PEOPLE ATTENDING THE MEETING TO " A 100 OR SO.." THE AMOUNT WAS IN FACT- MUCH MORE.
FOR THOSE WHO STILL LIVE IN LALA-LAND....ENJOY YOUR HUM-DRUM LIVES......IT JUST MIGHT NOT BE FOR TOO LONG.
'Kill 30 blacks for every white murdered
- Mar 21 2012 20:02 A small meeting of what may be the last organisation that broadly represents white right wing groups on Wednesday suggested vengeance attacks on black people, leaving even its leaders worried. It is a statement all the more shocking for the calm voice in which Andre Visagie delivers it."People were very radical, in the sense that they want to go over to action. They want to prepare for war. They want to set an ultimatum: for every single one of our people who is killed by a black person, 30 black people should be killed, because we are 30 times fewer than they are."That, Visagie said, was the general consensus of the 100 or so people who gathered in Bloemfontein for a "nood volksvergadering", or emergency meeting of the nation, which he had called to address the issue of farm murders, and the killing of white people in urban areas."People said the murders of more white people would be a declaration of war. They also said changing the Constitution to restrict press freedom and remove property rights would also be a declaration. They don't want politics anymore. They don't want to use legal avenues. Afriforum pushed the government into a corner through the courts, but the government can just change the law. They want revenge."Visagie, the leader of the Afrikaaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) for a short period after the murder of Eugene Terre'Blanche, is perhaps best known for the "don't touch me on my studio" incident that followed. He is also the leader of the Geloftevolk Republikeine, (Covenant People Republicans) which considers itself the last over-arching body where many hundreds of militant and far-right groups can hold discussions -- and even he is worried about what he heard from his audience."Some people came from very far, from all over the country," he said about the short-notice meeting. "That may mean that we had a more radical element here." Whether the group was representative of broader feeling or not, however, it represents an unequivocal threat of race-based murder, and Visagie said he does not know how to deal with that."At this point I'm sitting with my head in my hands. If there is a wave of murders of white people by black people now, then I guarantee you there is no way we could stop the violence that would follow. We need another outlet, some way to put people at their ease so they will be more tolerant."One avenue -- albeit one that would likely make the police more than a little nervous -- would be marches, intended to show just how frustrated (and close to violence) some Afrikaans-speaking white people are. But because white people who associate themselves with the far-right cause would be victimised, Visagie said, his group is obtaining legal opinion on whether participating in marches while wearing balaclavas would be legal. He admits such gatherings could be dangerously explosive, but said there are worse things."What I'd worry about is that people wouldn't come to such protests, but would go in small groups and wreak their own vengeance. That's what worries me."The Geloftevolk Republikeine, which take their name from a vow Voortrekkers made to God in return for protection from a Zulu attack, is due to discuss the outcome of the meeting at a top management meeting of its own on the weekend. The group has lodged hate-speech complaints with the South African Human Rights Commission, saying President Jacob Zuma's singing of the infamous "kill the boer" amounts to inciting murder. It is also concerned about what it describes as a "private ANC army", and is agitating for a sunset clause for black economic empowerment in employment.The South African Police Service recently said it kept a close eye on right-wing groups that could be capable of violence. However, academics and other analysts have largely discontinued monitoring the far right, because it has not been considered a true threat to national security or stability for some time.
IDIOTS, IDIOTS,IDIOTS. THEY DO NOT READ THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES BEHIND THEIR "PROTECTIVE" HIGHT SECURITY WALLS AND POSH LIVES.