Wednesday, April 7, 2010

It’s time to formalize our demands!

It has certainly been a rather bleak Easter Weekend in South Africa, and I’m not referring to the rainy weather we’ve been experiencing.

There’s only 64 days left before the 2010 World Cup kicks off, but yet the country is on the verge of anarchy! The blame for this lies squarely on the shoulders of the malevolent and corrupt ANC government, and their egotistical foul mouthed youth leader, Julius Malema.

During his recent visit to Zimbabwe, Malema encouraged the black youth, in that war-ravaged God-forsaken place, to embrace liberation and to continue fighting against what he called “Western imperialism”. Malema received a hero’s welcome in Zimbabwe, and the banned "kill the boer" song was sung in public with the same exhilarating kaffer-ecstasy it was sung here in South Africa, before and also after it was banned.

A member of the Zanu PF security department has confirmed that Malema’s visit to Harare was a follow up to a secret high-level discussion between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma. Click here to read the full story online at

Zimbabweans and other African states don’t really need the Internet or other ‘Whiteman’s technology’ to spread hatred, but cellphone technology coupled with the relatively cheap Short Message Service (SMS), makes it possible to spread a message to millions of people in a matter of seconds, --- all the way to Ventersdorp and several other remote dorpies and black townships where there is cellphone reception.

With reference to the brutal killing of the AWB leader Eugène Terre'Blanche this past weekend, National Police commissioner Bheki Cele announced that “I will crack this case!” I am somewhat confused as to what he actually meant by that, because the two black suspects - aged 28 and 15, had already given themselves over to the police, long before Cele made his announcement. What exactly is Cele planning to crack? Did he perhaps mean to say, “I will EXPOSE the truth behind the murder.” ??? --- because if that is what he really meant, then the man is an idiot, a liar, and a fraud!

I honestly doubt that Cele has the authority (or the intelligence) to investigate possible links to this murder with hate-speech campaigns among the ranks of the ANC or Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF youth leagues.

Besides the fact that the South African Judicial System is in a rotten shambles, and that all the wheels in the Police Force have fallen off years ago, Bheki Cele will be gambling with his career if he makes any clever moves to “crack” (or expose) a hidden political agenda behind the killing of White Christians in this country.

Although it would appear that Eugène Terre'Blanche’s tragic and cruel death has suddenly rattled the cages of the ANC baboons, and that Zuma’s shock and disbelief, and urgent requests for citizens to remain calm seem awfully sincere, do not be fooled by this, --- because in the eyes of the Marxist ANC government and their cronies, Terre'Blanche and his kind have always been a thorn in their flesh. Outspoken God-fearing men like him have always been despised by Cain’s followers, hence the reason why Terre'Blanche's death was blissfully celebrated by the heathen folk all over the country.

I shudder to think what would have happened if this country wasn’t on the verge of hosting the 2010 Soccer World Cup, for surely the organizers of this prestigious event must have played a decisive role in convincing the ANC government to tame the pent up rage and frustrations of its citizens. As it is, FIFA already knows that they are playing with destiny (their fortunes) by hosting this prestigious event on African soil, hence there reason why 20 to 25 foreign countries will be providing manpower to support the incompetent and inadequate South African Police during the event.

My concern is, -- what is going to happen to us once this event is over? This is what we should be contemplating right now! Now is not the time to get all hysterical, or to commit acts of stupidity. Now is a time for all Christian and likeminded folk to stand together and to encourage one another to remain focused, and to formalize demands in a civilized manner. As much as I despise this whole business of worshiping soccer and other sports, we cannot allow the world to blame the minority white folk in this country in the event that the World Cup turns out to be a disaster. If the World Cup turns out to be disastrous because of horrendous crime or a terrorist attack by Islam extremists -- or whatever, then so be it!

Let’s be tolerant for now, and formalize our demands. I have a long list of demands I would like to make official, but for starters I think it’s time South Africans take a stand against Julius Malema, because President Zuma obviously wont!


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

ditto! TIA-MYSOA

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

you have hate speech yourself and are in no way a Christian. I would rather read something from a real Christian... You must read your bible to know this are the signs of the times for every nationa and tongue. You sound like a hypochrite of Yeshua's days.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

To Anonymous at April 7, 2010 3:06 AM

Thank you for leaving your judgemental comments here, and for also pointing out that these are the signs of the times. I agree 100% because the Bible does indeed agree on that too! It is regrettable that you think the words in this posting make me sound like a hypocrite. What exactly did I say that offended you so? Was it because I used the dreaded K-word, or the word “baboon”, or was it because I used the word “heathen” when referring to the black people who celebrated the cruel death of a White Afrikaans Christian? May I ask you, what type of person does these things?

Although I despise liberal-minded fools like you, this article was specifically worded to attract your type. If you’ve taken the time to read other postings on this blog, you would have noticed that this is not my usual style. Nevertheless, the mentality of your kind always amazes me, and sometimes it offends me deeply. The manner in which your kind always tend to take sides with the murderous, two-faced savages of our society – people who seem to have an inbred desire to commit evil deeds at every opportunity, and the manner in which you judge other people, who are at least making some attempt to live like Christians, really offends me deeply! I suggest you get your priorities right!

And lastly:
Just remember one thing my friend. Jesus Christ (whom you call Yeshua – which is Jesus' name in Hebrew) also used some strong language in His time. He called people, among other names -- “serpents”, “vipers”, “fools”, and “hypocrites”. Was it hate speech, I ask you, --- or was He merely telling the truth?

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

If you think that being tolerant will help you then you are sadly mistaken. The blacks are sub-human savages and thirst for white blood. The whites of South Africa are going to be exterminated in a welter of blood and torture and rape. The so-called white countries of the world will not lift a finger to help. You are on your own so you had better stock up on guns and ammunition now and understand that the only people you can depend on are your fellow whites. Prepare and get desperate because you really are in a very dangerous situation. Surely by now you cannot imagine that the situation is going to improve? Look at the pictures of the murdered farm families! That is what the savages want to do to all of you. For those of you that do live it will be even worse as you become slaves of the savages. I am shocked at how naive you all are. Terre Blanche didn't even take rudimentary precautions while living in the middle of these animals and that idiocy seems to be widespread.

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