Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Willem Ratte repairs “Boer Monument”

Roughly 3456 years ago, starting in the year 1446 B.C., the God of Israel gave His people a sequence of instructions to follow. Those instructions, according to the 1611 Kings James Bible, typically started with the phrase: “Thou shalt not…” or “Thou shalt…”.

At the end of the day the Israelites largely ignored many of those commands, and as a consequence, by the year 30 A.D. (about 1470 years later) they were referred to as “the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” (Matthew 15:24)

The enemies of the Israelites in those ancient times were the Amorites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Canaanites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites. One of the many commands given to the Israelites and recorded in the book of Exodus reads: “Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and quite (completely, entirely, wholly) break down their images. (Exodus 23:24). Further down in Exodus 34 verse 13 we read, “But ye shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves:…”.

Near the beginning of this month (November 2010) a fellow by the name of Gunther Jurgens Kotze decided to act on those words, and summarily destroyed the tower of a concentration camp monument situated at Balmoral in Mpumalanga (See the photographs posted below). He then boasted about his accomplishment on his personal Facebook page stating, among other things, that he had to remove the "piel van Satan (penis of Satan)" from the "Boer monument". (Click here to view the original news report concerning the incident. The Afrikaans Rapport news report is here.)

The use of the term “Satan’s penis” is of course a direct reference to the phallic and/or obelisk symbol, which is often associated with other ancient ungodly symbolism related to fertility, and more specifically the male sexual organ. Today there are hundreds of examples of its use in modern structural design; - the ancient Israelites ignored some of God’s orders, remember!

In fact, our modern world has become so ungodly and shameless that there was even a contest held in 2003 to find the world's most phallic building. The Ypsilanti Water Tower in Michigan (USA) was announced as the winner! In Greece a pagan fertility festival is held annually in the small town of Tyrnavos. This merry festival in Greece is held at the beginning of Lent, the fasting period before Easter, - another pagan festival!

And so I can go on-and-on writing about satan's many images, festivals, doctrines, secret satanic societies, etc. that have infected our world, but this is satan’s world now, and he rules its kingdoms! It is too late to go around destroying satanic symbols, structures, temples, and so forth. That should have happened more than 3000 years ago, when we Israelites had the opportunity!

Willem Ratte repairs damaged “Boer monument”

The Facebook page Vriende van Willem Ratte has recently published photographs showing Willem Ratte and others repairing the damaged monument in Balmoral (see pics below). The posting is dated 13 November 2010, -- that is 2 weeks after the weak and frail old soldier, who refused to eat for one month while in police detention, was released on bail. (I am pleased to see that he looks reasonably healthy and strong.)

It is rather obvious that determined Christian men like Willem Ratte understand the Word of God far better than the 32-year 'young' Gunther, who through his actions tried to profess himself as brave and wise, but became a fool while trying to make a name for himself.

It seems however that Gunther Kotze is determined to either learn the hard way, or to continue making a fool of himself, as he apparently has his eye (and a sledge hammer) aimed at the Women's Monument (Vrouemonument) in Bloemfontein. Earlier in a earlier posting, dated 30 October, on the forums of www.boervolk.com the man proclaimed that, “I will Obey the Commands of Elohim, I seek to do ALL of them.” Now this is pretty serious stuff, for if you read ALL the other commands of ‘Elohim’ as documented in the Old Testament of the Bible, then Gunther Kotze is planning a war! BTW: Why does he use English in the forums and also on Facebook?

I do realize that much of the stuff that is spoken in online forums are tongue-in-cheek, and that many comments are intended to be quirky and sometimes humorous, but when you have the ANC government watching you like a hawk, then you do not play with words, for it will only give them the ammo they need to throw your butt in jail. It will also give the impious Afrikaans media more scope to thrash White Christians.

And lastly a small note to Mr Gunther Jurgens Kotze and others like him:

I understand the origin of your religious beliefs, and I’m not ashamed (nor afraid) to admit that I also agree with certain aspects of your philosophy to some extent, BUT you are a very confused Boer! A true Boer wears his hair and his beard short and neat. A true Boer does not wear a ponytail in his beard. A true Boer guards his tongue, for “he that hath a perverse tongue falleth into mischief.” (Proverbs 17:20) A true Boer seeks and follows the Spirit of Truth, and helps others to do the same.

I understand your frustrations and anger, but forget about destroying the images of false gods, as there are far too many, and besides you are only wasting precious time and energy. Leave the demolition of satan’s earthly structures and kingdoms in God’s capable hands!



The photo on the top right was taken by Lisa Hnatowicz for the Rapport Newspaper



I had difficulty coming up with an appropriate heading for this post. The following flashed through my mind at one stage: Willem Ratte re-erects satan’s penis - (nope, not good!)
Eish – the tongue!


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

If Gunther Kotze is on a mission to destroy obelisks why stop in South Africa?
He could move on to London and take out Cleopatra's Needle and then finish the job off big time with the Washington Memorial on The Mall in Washington DC USA
This is 555 feet high and took 26 years to build.
If he gets it right he will be immortalised in history forever.

How sad that in the Boer's hour of need he turns against his own people.

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

Hi Laager,

Apologies for not always responding to comments asap.

I think Gunther Kotze is only planning on destroying ‘obelisk’ symbolism associated with Boer memorials. There is however talk of buying the chap a bulldozer.

BTW: I’ve just added the label “Humour” to this posting.

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