Thursday, September 27, 2012

Was Corrie Sanders Murdered by Terrorists?

Corrie Sanders
Corrie Sanders (AP)

Two years ago South Africa lifted visa restrictions against Zimbabwean citizens visiting the country for a period of 90 days. The restrictions were lifted by South Africa's immigration minister, Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, A TRAINED TERRORIST who left South Africa and underwent military training in Angola and the USSR in 1984.

She was trained in political and military structures in the USSR in 1985 and was deployed in South Africa to help rebuild ANC structures in 1990. Her career-history on has been nicely ‘cleaned-up’ (the original page was also moved), but proof of her terrorist activities can still be viewed on internet archives here (scroll to the end of the page – if it still exists!)

See also an earlier posting on this blog: A strategy to suffocate minority groups

I doubt if the South African Police are keeping record of how many murders in South Africa have been committed by Zimbabweans, but I’m quite sure there’s  been enough murders and other crimes committed by these foreigners to reinforce restrictions again. Who the hell gave these foreigners the idea that they can cross our borders, commit murder and get away with it? It makes one wonder what exactly Julius Malema was up to while he was visiting Zimbabwe in April 2010?

We know he encouraged the black youth in Zim to embrace liberation and to continue fighting against what he called “Western imperialism”, and that he also continued singing the banned song, "Kill the Boer". Was it mere coincidence that Malema’s visit took place at the exact same time Eugène Terre'Blanche was murdered? The elder of the two accused men in the Terre'Blanche case was a Zimbabwean!

Why, with reference to the brutal killing of the AWB leader and after the two suspects had already given themselves over, did the then Commissioner of Police, Bheki Cele, announce, “I will crack this case!”? What was he on to? – See earlier posting: It’s time to formalize our demands!

Although there are many questions, there is also mounting evidence that the ongoing killing of Europeans in South Africa is being performed by trained terrorists -- many from Zimbabwe.

I’ve also noticed, on the forum of (Afrikaans), that certain experts have also come to the conclusion that some murders have been planned by armed attackers, who possibly received Taskforce-style military training. The forum-writer mentions the example of the George Mills incident, where a farmer miraculously escaped death after being attacked by four black males. The attackers used anti-tracker (spoorsny) techniques to avoid detection by trackers. Their ages range from 19 to 36 years, and are thus way too young to have been trained during the apartheid era. Incidentally, the four men were eventually captured after local farmers and Khoi-San trackers followed their trail for 12 hours.

Although I was pleased to learn that the murderers of Corrie Sanders were apprehended today, the man should never have died in the first place. It also comes as no surprise that all three of the suspects are Zimbabwean citizens.

The following was sourced from Reuters:

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 27 (Reuters) - South African police have arrested three suspects for the murder of former world heavyweight boxing champion Cornelius "Corrie" Sanders, who died on Sunday after being shot by armed robbers who burst into his nephew's 21st birthday party.

The suspects - all Zimbabwean citizens - are due to appear before magistrates in Brits, 80 km (50 miles) northwest of Johannesburg, on Monday on charges of murder and armed robbery.

"The police confiscated a cellular phone, vehicle key, purse and cash that were allegedly robbed during the robbery and belong to the victims," police said in a statement.

Sanders, 46, was shot in the arm and the stomach when robbers raided a restaurant near Brits, in North West Province, where he and other family members were attending the party.

He was rushed to hospital but died from his wounds in the early hours of Sunday.

Sanders, nicknamed "The Sniper" because of his fierce left-hand punch, won the World Boxing Organization heavyweight title in 2003 with a surprise knockout of Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko. He lost only four of his 46 professional fights. (Reporting by Tshepo Tshabalala; Editing by Ed Cropley and Pravin Char)
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RIP - Corrie Sanders!


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

A sad incident Tia, very sad indeed. There is no doubt that this is indeed a terrorist attack. Imagine for example Mohammed Ali to meet his fate like Corrie did. The outcries, the media would have gone mad! But now it's only in SA, so what. I think all agree with you that anykind of terrorist scum can cross the SA border and commit this kind of crime, always against whites. Truely, there is more behind this than we know.

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

They were trained killer for sure! “Shoot the big one, shoot the big one.” The “big one” was Corrie Sanders, and moments after the armed robber (terrorist) uttered those words, the former world heavyweight boxing champion was shot in the abdomen.

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