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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Crime Protest - Potgietersrus


Potgietersrus today…

Picture Credit: AfriForum

The Potgietersrus (Mokopane) branch of the civil rights group AfriForum are taking part in a crime-protest rally today, following  the murder of Johan van Rensburg (77), a well-known and much loved Limpopo farmer. Van Rensburg’s wife, Goudien (65), was left wounded and paralyzed. She was airlifted to the Mediclinic Limpopo Hospital in Pietersburg (Polokwane), were she remains in a critical condition.

The farm attack occurred on 20 June 2012 at about 4 AM, while the couple were sleeping, which just goes to show what cowards these blacks bastards are!  Reportedly, American hunters who heard the shots and subsequently discovered the gruesome scene immediately alerted the local farm-watch and the emergency services. According to this report the SA Police arrested eight black males, all armed, after an extensive manhunt with the local farm-watch and a helicopter.

According to a report in The Star four suspects were released on Thursday after investigators decided they were not linked to the crime.

The cowardly cold-blooded murder of Mr van Rensburg took place one day after a massive protest march, also sponsored by AfriForum, was held in Pretoria - attended by myself and approximately 2000 others. A memorandum addressed to President Zuma was handed over at the Union Buildings. The document also included a request that Zuma reply to the memorandum and the demands contained therein by 31 July 2012.

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Let me be first again to respond here. The time to protest is way way too late, we must do something more concrete, ie PHYSICALLY FIGHT BACK now. Talk does not work with kaffirs and satans spawn, that is is it in a nutshell. At least the whitss mainly afrikaners are marching now, it took them 18 years to do that, too little, tooo late.

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Mike Smith's blog has been removed again :(

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Sorry! false alarm. Seems Mike's blog was temporarily unavailable?

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