Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Prepare for war

The image on the right was scanned from the front page of “TYDSKRIF”, an Afrikaans magazine which is distributed weekly with the Rapport Sunday National Newspaper, dated 2 November 2008.

When I first saw this image my initial reactions were, “okay, the Boerevolk are now really gatvol of all this crime, corruption, and greed in South Africa, and have decided to take some serious action!” I hurriedly browsed through the magazine only to find that the prominent image was associated with a new “Delta Squad” computer game called “Gears of War 2”. Nevertheless, for weeks thereafter I couldn’t help but ponder WHEN the Right Wing element will surface? They have, after all, been deadly silent for ages! Then today, 9 December 2008, the “Beeld”, another well-known Afrikaans newspaper boldly covered a front page story about Rightwing Child Soldiers – “Regse kindersoldate – Tieners glo ontvoer om oorlog te maak” – Teenagers apparently kidnapped to make war.

Here is a summary of the original article I’ve translated from Afrikaans:

“The police national crime intelligence-unit is investigating the possibility that a Right Wing-group of children have been abducted for training as soldiers on a farm for a planned war against Black people. The police have already arrested a 44-year old man on a charge of kidnapping. Supt. Themba Nkwashu, national police spokesperson, said yesterday that the police are investigating the allegations, but added that the case is “highly sensitive”. The national police have instructed the Silverton police station, who are involved with the investigation, not to give any information to the media. According to a source children are taught, among others, how to make hand-grenades and bombs and how to plant them. Children as young as 13-years and as far as Upington are apparently already being trained as soldiers on a farm in the Mookgopong (Naboomspruit-) area. Information regarding the alleged organization leaked out when a 15-year old boy was abducted from his home in Silverton, Pretoria on Thursday and taken to the farm where he apparently learned how to manufacture a bomb and how to use firearms...…”

I wonder how the Marxist ANC government is going to exploit this one?


Martinus said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

You aren't the only one doing the wondering. Every friend that I have has said that they want a war to break out and that they will fight in it. The only question that remains is WHEN? Nice blog BTW.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

You do realize that this is all a load of nonsense! Beeld has now rectified the matter and also visited the farm were the so-called training was taking place. The SA Police and SADF have even approved the activities. Let's see were this goes in future. Great Blog!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Ultimatum aan Beeld.
Per e-pos aan:

Peet Kruger


Aan: Die redateur, Beeld. Mnr Peet Kruger.


U berig onder die opskrif ""Regse" kindersoldate" in Beeld 9/12/2008 verwys.

Die inhoud van hierdie berig is afstootlik, daarop gemik om "regses" as laakbare burgers en misdadigers uit te beeld en word ervaar as haatspraak teenoor diegene wat hulself as "regs" beleef.

Vanwee die Beeld se reputasie in hierdie verband is dit duidelik dat dit (weereens) 'n doelbewuste en opsetlike aksie is teen ieder en elkeen wat nie met die linkse denkrigting saamstem nie.

Dit word derhalwe duidelik aan u gestel dat indien Beeld, en in persoon die verslaggewer Virginia Keppler, nie in die Beelduitgawe van Vrydag 12 Desember 2008 'n volledige en volwaardige verskoning aan blankes in die algemeen, en "regses" spesifiek, by wyse van 'n voorbladberig plaas nie.

Dan sal, benewenis 'n klagte van haatspraak, ook met 'n ge-orkestreerde boikotveldtog teen Beeld as nuusblad en "Vyand van die Afrikaner", en teen Virginia Keppler as verslaggewer van valse inligting, begin word.
Is jy gereed?

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