Thursday, February 16, 2012

Mother and Daughter Attacked on Farm near Duiwelskloof

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Two defenceless (well almost defenceless) woman, Mrs. Reinetha Venter (59) and her daughter René (27), were attacked on a farm about 30 km from Modjadjiskloof (Duiwelskloof), earlier this week. The two woman apparently lived alone on the farm.

Thankfully, the two ladies survived the ordeal. The incident, however, once again raises several concerns, one would normally associate with the risks of living in third-world communist country. It also highlights the fact why South Africa, once upon a time, had SEPARATE DEVELOPMENT (aka apartheid), and why amalgamated communal institutions simply don’t work in a complex multiethnic society, ruled by idiots who are intent on proving that Communist-Socialism can work, if given enough time and money. It has NEVER worked, and it NEVER will!

This fact should be evident by now, considering the ongoing 17-years of chaos taking place, but yet the mad liberal mob just keep on, and on, and on - propagating their lies, while the sheeple sleep.

A few concerns:
  • The ANC government is incapable of protecting its diverse citizens, despite the fact that it is the most primary duty of any democratically elected government.
  • The SA Police are more than just incompetent and pathetic… They’re absolutely useless!
  • The processes involving civilian firearm applications and registrations has been a royal mess ever since the new legislation was implemented in 2004. Incidentally, the Central Firearms Registry (CFR) has now been dumped in further operational disarray following yet another so-called “restructuring” of the system. – (Click here for more details)

I’ve taken the liberty of providing some details of the story as translated from the Afrikaans Volksblad report, seeing that, at the time I started compiling this posting, not one single online English news agency in the country had done so yet.

Mrs Venter tried defending herself with a knife, but instead - one of the four attackers managed to stab her hands about 10 times in attempts to take the knife away from her. The attackers then tied Reinetha’s bleeding hands behind her back and proceeded to keep her and her daughter, who was also tied up, in captivity for one hour.

The police arrived on the scene about two hours after the savages had already fled with their booty consisting of, cellphones, electronic devices, jewellery, and Reinetha’s motor vehicle. The burnt-out vehicle was later discovered near the house.

The daughter managed to wriggle herself free and contacted the neighbours, who in their turn phoned the Modjadjiskloof police station, but nobody answered the phone.

The police officers, who eventually arrived two hours later, then proceeded to question the victims, in their apparent stupidity of not knowing the difference between a housebreaking and a robbery. They took 4 statements from Reinetha, after she had to repeat everything ten times. According to Reinetha, the police could not understand her language and were unable to write. She eventually told them that she’d had enough and needed to visit a doctor.

The officers (as thick as two short planks, no doubt), eventually came to the erroneous conclusion that the scene was a housebreaking. The officers seemed more concerned that the 59-year old woman had used a knife on her attackers. According to the victim (Reinetha) it was as if the police officers were trying to blame her for the incident. (What if, heaven forbid, she had used a gun!)

Mrs Reinetha Venter is the sister of Colonel Gawie Alberts, station commander of the Villieria police in Pretoria. After her husband passed away two years ago, government restrictions on firearms required that she had to place her deceased husband’s firearms in safe custody. She also placed her own firearm in safe custody, as she was abroad for the most part of last year.

Reinetha was watching TV at about 20:45 when she heard a loud thump. Her daughter, René, was asleep in her bedroom at the time but was awoken by the noise.

The full story can be read online in Afrikaans on the pages of Volksblad.

I’ve just noticed that has also finally reported on the incident.


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