Simpatie aan die families en naasbestaandes wie so aangeval en vermoor is, dit is nie net die afgelope maand nie, maar vir langer as 26 jaar. Dis ‘n hartseerpad vir die wat agterbly en sal wonde, veral emosionele wonde, lank neem om te genees. Voor 1994 was daar militêre hulp en bystand, in die vorm van “kommando sisteme” wat lank in plek was en ook uitstekend gewerk het. Die ANC het dit in 1994 summier weggeneem en van toe af het plaasaanvalle en moorde, toegeneem. Boere is nie net aangeval nie, hul families en kinders ook. Selfs werkers.
Heelwat is gemartel en met strykysters gebrand, ‘n wraak wat gevuur is, terwyl bykans niks gesteel is, behalwe soms ‘n vuurwapen en selfoon. Waarom al die wraak om sagte teikens met ‘n strykyster te brand of selfs met ‘n staalpaal se kop inmekaar te slaan of panga te kap. Dreigemente met AK’s of gelaaide vuurwapens om geld te bekom en dan summier van die boere of families ontslae te raak. Sulke tipe van terrorisme is nie gewone misdaad nie en word vir etlike jare al spesifiek militaristies uitgevoer. Min moordenaars word gevang of vervolg.
Die blanke bevolking is min, maar die swart en ander bevolkings is almal minderhede, maar saam vorm hul meerderheid wat ook swart bemagtiging wetgewing teenoor alle blankes ingestel het. Veral as daar persentasies uitgewerk word, is dit reeds Genocide wat plaasvind. Ons as blankes het ook ‘n reg tot lewe en veiligheid, wat daar nie is nie. Al ons menseregte word geskend.
Politici laat dit toe en gee nie om oor boere of families, waar voedsel vandaan kom nie. Voedsel spring nie vanself op rakke nie.
ZIMBABWE HET REEDS HONGERSNOOD.
NO FARMER – NO FOOD
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has launched a nation-wide Court Watching Briefs Unit as a means to specifically assist in farm attacks and to put those attackers behind bars.
The situation in our rural areas is now beyond urgent, with a sharp rise in terrible attacks and murders in June. There were two further attacks in KwaZulu-Natal just last night. In 2001 for every 100 violent crimes (murder, rape and aggravated robbery) reported to the police, in only six cases had the perpetrators been convicted after more than two years. Just six.
Twenty years on and there are claims that law enforcement has all but collapsed. The National Director of Public Prosecutions Advocate Shamila Batohi says the system is buckling in the face of rising crime and dismally low prosecution rates. Indeed, last year prosecution rates for serious offences were as low as 2%.
The Watching Briefs initiative was introduced by the Department of Community Safety in the DA-led Western Cape to act in accordance with the Constitutional provisions contained in Section 206 (3) of the Constitution, which provides that every province is entitled to monitor police conduct and report inefficiencies. The work of the Western Cape unit successfully prevents cases being dropped from the roll and helps achieve convictions on the basis of evidence.
The DA’s Rural Safety Watching Briefs Unit will act as an unofficial go-between between the police, the prosecution services and the victims of farm attacks or other related crimes. The members of our unit will act in the best interests of a victim or victims of a farm attack or related offence and as a go-between between the police, the prosecution, the victims or other involved persons or parties, in order to facilitate the proceedings and to achieve an optimum outcome. It will be approached as a method of assisting the various state entities, along with victims, to achieve, as unobtrusively as is possible, a quick, just outcome of any investigation or prosecution.
One of our own Councillors, herself a farmer, was brutally attacked over five years ago, and despite DNA proof, the alleged attacker is still free, and living near her. Why and how could this possibly happen in South Africa today? What chance does a farmer have to see justice done if he, his family, a farm manager, a farmworker or a visitor to the farm is attacked or murdered? With our Rural Safety Watching Briefs initiatives the DA hopes to improve those chances. For our DA Watching Brief project we have nine provincial heads, all of whom are ready to assist in any farm attack situation, to ensure the entire Criminal Justice System works smoothly from the police, through the courts, and ending in the prisons.
A watching brief can and should do the following:
- monitor police conduct;
- monitor the effectiveness and efficiency of the police service;
- promote good relations between the police and the community;
- assess the effectiveness of visible policing; and
- liaise with the Shadow Cabinet member responsible for policing or prosecutions with respect to crime, policing and prosecutions.
The heads are as follow:
Dr Ivan Meyer MPP
Annette Steyn MP
Chris Pappas MPL
Bosman Grobler MPL
Jacqueline Theologo MPL
Dr Reinette Liebenberg MPL
Adrian Roos MP
Dr Roy Jankielsohn MPL
Jacques Smalle MPL
Farm attacks are a scourge that plagues our country and as long as the attackers get away with their crimes, the horror is just going to continue. With this initiative, the DA seeks to ensure that criminals end up behind bars as soon as possible and the violence comes to an end.
2020 – The DA has launched a nation-wide court watching briefing to assist curb farm attack and put the culprits behind bars. It says there has been a sharp rise in attacks and murders in June and the situation requires urgent attention. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk9kyc6vY5w
Dreigemente eindig op in aanvalle en moordverhale in Suid-Afrika
Politici – wat doen jy daaromtrent? Waar is al die moordenaars, aanvallers en verkragters?
Torturing and Slaughtering of white farmers
South African farmers who lost their lives June/July 2020
The ANC president referred to “animals”, but is a frog also a kind of animal? The president himself called the whites thiefs and frogs. Thiefs without any police case or any investigation.
“In his brutal honesty, Ramaphosa told me of the ANC’s 25-year strategy to deal with the whites: it would be like boiling a frog alive, which is done by raising the temperature very slowly. Being cold-blooded, the frog does not notice the slow temperature increase, but if the temperature is raised suddenly, the frog will jump out of the water. He meant that the black majority would pass laws transferring wealth, land, and economic power from white to black slowly and incrementally, until the whites lost all they had gained in South Africa, but without taking too much from them at any given time to cause them to rebel or fight.”
White policemen killing black people in USA. South African president’s take on it
(Dr Stanton of Genocide Watch): Genocide is a process that develops in ten stages that are predictable but not inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The process is not linear. Stages may occur simultaneously. Logically, later stages must be preceded by earlier stages. But all stages continue to operate throughout the process. To attack, torture and kill.
Genocide – Boer and Afrikaner (whites) people
2018 – Zetler-moord:
2014 – attacked by 7 people, want some money, they attacked the owner/farmer and family – and also the workers. Living in code orange.
Jaco van Wyk is verlede Woensdagaand op sy plaas tussen Belfast en Middelburg, Mpumalanga deur ‘n groep gewapende mans aangeval.
Balfour farmers and families – 4 attacks and killed
SOUTH AFRICA – A respected man, David Green has nothing of the ‘white racist farmer’ stereotype. His murder, however, does match the national statistics: two farmers are murdered every week in South Africa. For the police, it’s not about politics or racism – criminals simply attack the easiest targets: the old and most isolated.
And much more deaths and attacks on our farmlands – white farmers and their families have been killed for 26 years. And you – you are quiet? Where are the attackers, rapers, killers?