20101127

Deaths in detention soar under ANC-regime

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November 2010 - by Mike Smith. "Today when whites in SA are asked how many people died in police detention during Apartheid, one will get answers varying from a few thousand to tens of thousands. Blacks when asked the same question provide figures into the hundreds of thousands; even millions… virtual genocide complete with mass graves and gas chambers is what blacks think happened during Apartheid. The facts show a different story, but how is it possible that people do not know these facts?

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  • let us look at the facts on the deaths in detention under the Apartheid government.
    The liberal Dr. Johan Olivier of the Human Science Research Council and researcher of the Centre for Conflict analysis delivered a paper on 21 March 1991 at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) : The South African Police: Managers of conflict or party to the conflict?
    http://www.csvr.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=671&Itemid=200

The paper was a liberal treatise on the role of the state in violent demonstrations and conflict. In it Dr Olivier makes reference to the research of Foster (1987) about the amount of people who died in police detention in South Africa during Apartheid…I quote a small paragraph…

Deaths in detention during apartheid: 74 people: “At least 74 people died while in detention during the period 1963 to 1985, some under questionable circumstances. Official explanations of these deaths varied from natural causes, suicide, injuries, suffocation, falling from windows, to death due to torture. In some cases no reasons were disclosed (Meli 1988). Steve Biko, who died of massive head injuries on 12 September 1977, and Neil Aggett, who was found hanged in his cell on 5 February 1982, are well-known cases.”

One thing about the Apartheid Government is that they were very meticulous and wrote down and recorded everything they did.
These facts can today be read by anyone interested. The SA History site records all this data of exactly how many people were detained and how many died under detention, what their names were, what the circumstances were under which they died, etc….You can read it all here…

I just want to quote a small paragraph (4) …

  • Deaths in detention: 67 - "Ever since detention without trial was introduced as a permanent feature of South African life in 1963, deaths in detention have occurred as a constant by-product of the detention system, particularly during interrogation in solitary confinement. The first death was that of Solwandle Looksmart Ngudle on 3 September 1963, the most recent was that of Alfred Mabake Makaleng on 26 August 1988. During the 25 years of detention without trial, there have been 67 deaths in detention, an average of almost three each year. Only during 1970 and 1972 to 1975 were no deaths recorded, whilst peaks occurred in 1969 (7 deaths), 1976 (13), 1977 (13) and 1986 (4)." - - -End of quote.
    http://www.sahistory.org.za/pages/library-resources/online%20books/crime-humanity/detention%20weapon.htm

One more quote from SA History…

  • A number of observers and students of repression around the world have commented that the repression in South Africa during the apartheid era pales into insignificance when compared with some Latin American countries if the numbers of political disappearances and assassinations are used as the criteria for making such judgement. For example, disappearances and assassinations in Argentina were said to total around 30,000 while in South Africa the figure was but a few hundred.” http://www.sahistory.org.za/pages/library-resources/online%20books/crime-humanity/detention%20weapon.htm

At the most 74 people in total died in police custody in the entire 25-year-duration of the apartheid since detention without trial started in 1963…an average of THREE PEOPLE PER YEAR… Now how does that compare to the current “New, Improved, South Africa” run by the ANC Marxist terrorist regime?  It is only when the truth jolts our complacency, making us realize there is something wrong with our reasoning, that we are moved to identify and rethink our biases….

"Parties urge probe into 566 SAPS custody deaths…"

  • 23.11.2010 - by Canaan Mdletshe, Mhlaba Memela and Sibongile Mashaba, Sowetan:

SAPS 566 DEATHS IN DETENTION 2010 SOWETAN

 http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/2010/11/23/parties-urge-probe-into-566-deaths

Deaths in custody during apartheid:

Afrikaners besieged, mutilated, tortured, murdered

 SAPS reservist Amelia Henning, 36, raped, murdered, Hospitaal Park, Bloemfontein OFS

Henning Frans ex- of murdered SAPS reservist AMELIA HENNING SEPT252010 raped stabbedNov 23 2010: Local SAPS reservist, charge-office clerk Mrs Amelia Henning was raped and stabbed to death in Hospitaal Park, Bloemfontein. Nothing was robbed. This is her distraught ex-husband Frans. Her naked body was discovered by two Afrikaans pupils of the Dr Böhmer school nearby, Dwane Tebrugge, 17 and Alex Smith, 14. The two youths were walking in Pasteur Drive at around 7.30am when they made the terrifying discovery. Mrs Henning was last seen at 19:30 on Nov 22 2010 when she left her home on foot in Fowler Street, Hospitaal Park, said apartment-building owner’s son Coenie Beukes. “She had fetched meat from our freezer to have a braai somewhere,’ he said. She didn’t have a car. Her ex-husband Frans’ second wife Marisa said it was the most difficult day of her life: she had to inform Amelia’s daughters Megan-Lee, 17, and Franschesc, 10, of their mother’s death. Frans was out of town at the time.
I had to tell them their mommy was dead, she wept. “I am sure she didn’t go without a fight. She must have fought like a lion.’
Col. Mrs Thandiwe Qhobosheane said she ‘could not describe in words what she felt about Mrs Henning’s
murder. “She was one of a kind and her death is a massive loss for the SAPS,’ she said. http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Gesin-in-rou-na-moord-op-ma-20101125   Man arrested for police-woman’s murder-rape Nov 25 2010

Kimberley dog in shock after guarding master s body at Vaalrivier Nov252010------------------

Grieving dog in shock after guarding master’s body for days near Kimberley: 

 KIMBERLEY – This badly traumatised Yorkie dog was found in Delportshoop near the body of his owner on November 25 2010. SAPS Capt Tony Modise said two anglers found the corpse of the unidentified man – whose race he could not bother to mention – in the confluence of the Hartsrivier and the Vaal Rivier near Delportshoop. The little dog, cold, hungry and terrified, was sitting next to the body, guarding it, writes Jana Engelbrecht of Volksblad. Captain Susan du Plesis, telephone 082-417-5238, is eager to hear from anyone who may know this little dog’s owner. The man’s body was unidentifiable and his body may have been in the water for three days or more. The animal is at the Animal Welfare Society in Kimberley. He wore a grey sweater, denim shorts and white shoes. Animal welfare spokesman Mario van der Westhuizen said it’s hoped that someone knows the dog. He’s available for adoption by a kind person. http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Hond-in-skok-wat-dae-lank-by-lyk-waak-20101125

Dutch relatives of slaughtered immigrant Albertus de Jong still being sought:

Meanwhile the police also still are looking to contact the Dutch relatives of murdered Dutch immigrant Albertus de Jong, 66, below. His two dogs also guarded his body for three days after he was slaughtered with hatchets on his smallholding in Perdefontein, Wallmantsthal on October 21 2010. He came from the province of North-Holland in the Netherlands. http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Honde-wag

DeJong Albertus 66 Nederlands Emigrant met bijl afgeslacht Oct252010 hond houdt wacht bij lijk -----------------------------------

 

”Arrogant, smiling” farmworker jailed for meathook-murders of Koos and Retha van Zyl, Senekal FS 5 Jan 2010 

2010-11-25 BETHLEHEM, FS - Jana van der Merwe of Volksblad reports that 28-year-old farmworker Petrus Ndaba ‘had leaned arrogantly’ across the accused bench while listening to double life-sentenced pronounced – to be served together – for the gruesome double murders of Afrikaner farming-couple Koos (63) and Retha (66) van Zyl on their farm Poortjie in Senekal near Odendaalsrust on 5 January 2010.

The cruel ritualistic double-murder became internationally known as the ‘meathook-murders’:  Afrikaner Boers left in the lurch – Trouw Dutch newspaper

Van Zyl (63) and his wife  Retha (66), a much loved local teacher who had just retired -  were ‘slaughtered like animals’ on their farm Poortjie – ambushed, tied up, and then cruelly mutilated with a meathook  and a screwdriver; they then were shot dead with their own shotgun in a macabre ritualistic slaying.

  • No remorse – arrogant, smiling at his sentence: The arresting officer said ‘Ndaba’s arrogance was incredible: he looked like he was smiling at his sentence and showed no remorse…’

Son works in USA because of ANC-laws barring whites:  However, the couple’s daughters Estie and Marietjie van Zyl heard the sentencing pronounced  ‘with calm dignity’ when it was pronounced by judge G.F. Wright. The couple’s son Erik could not be present: he works in the USA. Many Afrikaners have been forced to find work overseas as they are being denied access to the job-market due to their pale skin colour.

Public prosecutor Sophie Giorgi said Ndaba would be considered for parole within 25 years when he had reached the age of 52, commenting: “Apparently it wasn’t enough for Ndaba to await his former employers and stab them with a screw-driver. He also dragged them into the homestead and shot them with their own shotgun in the chest. Mrs Van Zyl, an osteoporosis-sufferer, was still alive when she was shot.”

Investigating police Inspector Steyn Lombard – whose skills in field-tracking led to Ndaba’s sentencing, said his ‘arrogance when hearing the sentence was extraordinary. It seemed as if he took the sentence with a smile – and had no remorse.’

Judge Wright described the double-murders as ‘barbaric and cruel’. He said despite the ‘extinuating circumstances submitted, namely that the unmarried Ndaba had a nine-year-old child, ‘could not soften the damning evidence of the cruelty of his deed. Ndaba denied his guilt through his trial – however co-workers testified that he was ‘very unhappy at being fired’. He also admitted in testimony that the murdered couple had not owed him any money. Ndaba’s legal counsel was Adv L Tshabalala. Volksblad

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Farmers Koos du Toit, Jaco Nortjé, two workers dead from  biggest veld-fires in Free State history: arson suspected?

Soutpan, Free State farmer Koos du Toit (64) died at the Bloemfontein-Medi-Clinic after six weeks of intensive care from burn-wounds sustained in the biggest fires in Free State history and which farmers and police strongly suspect was due to arson. Bethlehem farmer Jaco Nortjé also died earlier on his 21st birthday in the fires; Luckhof farmworker Koos Temane and an unnamed tractor-driver of Heilbron also died in the veld fires which destroyed more than 430,000 hectares of grazing land in September and October in the Free State.  http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/VS-boer-sterf-nadat-hy-erg-verbrand-20101125

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TWO AFRIKANER FARM WOMEN  ALICE AND HELEN LOTTER TORTURED, MUTILATED FOR HOURS IN ANNANDALE, FREESTATE

LOTTER HELEN killed with mom ALICE TORTURED TO DEATH ALLANDALE FS MARCH 6 2009

ANNANDALE, FREE STATE - “Pieces of fat the size of a man’s hand were sliced off the body of tortured farm woman Helen Lotter… and she was stabbed in her sexual parts with a broken beer-bottle so repeatedly that her womb was completely mashed. “I found two large pieces of her body-fat the size of my hand lying next to her on the kitchen floor where she was found covered in blood. ‘ This was the testimony by SAPS Capt Venter and SAPS warrant-officer Frederik Meintjies, a photographer for the  SAPS criminal-records centre. He photographed the crime scene shortly after the cruel mutilation-murders of Boer women Mrs Alice Lotter, 78, and her daughter Ms Helen Lotter, 57 on March 6 2009 at their Allenridge, Free State homestead. The cruelly-mutilated  mother and daughter  were still alive and in excruciating pain when the police-team arrived. They died later in hospital. http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Slagting-van-vroue-beskryf-20100602

Experienced, tough police officers and paramedics all were unanimous: all said that murders of the Lotter women was the ‘most cruel crime scene they had ever witnessed.” The evidence was heard in the trial before judge S P B Hancke and two assessors in Welkom, Free State. Accused are the Lotter women’s gardener Joseph Hlongwane, 22 and his co-accused Joseph Khumalo, 21. They deny all the charges: three murders, one house-breakin with the intend to commit robbery; and aggravated robbery. The third murder charge pertains to  murder of Mr Bongani Landu on the night of 2 - 3 November 2007.  Meintjies testified that Mrs Alice Lotter, the mother, ‘ was clearly in great pain “ when  he arrived and saw her lying on the living-room mat. “Mrs Lotter was fully conscious when she told me and Captain Koos Venter that it was Joseph, the gardener, who had hurt them. We turned her on her side because she complained of feeling smothered lying on her back’. Mr Meintjies said the badly injured Mrs Lotter told him what had happened to them. “I sat next to her on the mat to try and comfort her. She told us she was in the bath when her daughter called to her, warning that she was hearing sounds outside near the bakkie. Mrs Lotter then got dressed and went outside with her daughter, where they saw ‘an unknown number of people standing near the bakkie’. Mrs Lotter shouted at them that she would phone the police,’ said Meintjies. She and Ms Lotter went back inside the homestead and closed the doors when they heard a window pane breaking. That’s when Mrs Lotter recognised the man (breaking in) as Joseph, the gardener..” The words  Kill the Boer’ were daubed in the victims’ blood on the farm-house walls, arresting police told the news media shortly after the double-massacre.

Mr Meintjies said Mrs Helen Lotter had ‘gaping wounds to her hands, arms and neck.  the daughter, , who was lying on the kitchen floor, was unable to speak: however ‘she responded by squeezing our hands whenever we asked her something,’ Meintjies testified. Joseph Hlongwane’s girlfriend Ms Rebecca Bochedi, testified on Monday June 1 2010 that her boyfriend “had arrived back home, covered in blood on the night of March 6 2009 – the night of the Lotter women’s murders. “I was too scared to ask him why he was covered in blood,” she said – not looking at the accused man in the court room even once. She also testified that she’d “helped Hlongwane wash the blood from his hands, and putting his bloodied trousers in a plastic bag”. Bochedi testified that Hlongwane ran away when the SAPS stopped at around midnight in front of their house. “I didn’t tell the police that Hlongwane was home just before they arrived. I also didn’t give the police the bag with the bloodied clothes,’ she testifed. Rebecca Bochedi lived with both of the accused men in the same house in Allanridge near the Lotter farm. The documents before the court show that she identified Hlonwane’s clothing during questioning by the SAPS investigative team.The third murder victim, Bongani Landu found murdered in the veldt near town – stabbed to death with a broken beer-bottle. http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Bejaarde-se-gebed-laaste-woorde-voor-dood-20100601

 

Afrikaans children not safe at their schools:

Free State Parys AFRIKANER PARENTS ATTACKED AT PRIMARY SCHOOL AUG212010

Breedt Johanna BLOEMFONTEIN TORCHED TO DEATH JULY282010

Lange Gert 67 survives second attack July222010 Vaalbank Bethlehem FS

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Afrikaner widow Hester Thomas, stabbed, beaten up, Bloemfontein home

Thomas Hester Bloemfontein widow tortured March 23 2010 NOTHING VALUABLE ROBBED Afrikaner widow Hester Thomas was stabbed above the eye, beaten up, choked and tied up in her Bloemfontein home on March 23 2010. She told the Volksblad newspaper that she was 'grateful that she hadn't been raped.' The knifeman hadn't exactly robbed anything of value: just some meat, chease and clothing - and he left many valuables behind. Police list it as a 'residential robbery' instead of a hate-crime. Picture by Volksblad Wicus Burger. http://www.volksblad.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/2114/d831d510201c4619b016cc55d98680de/25-03-2010/Bejaarde_%E2%80%98net_dankbaar_sy_is_nie_ook_verkrag%E2%80%99

Loubser Tobie 82 ex-Senwes director survives 5hr torture  KOPPIES JUNE272010

Eksteen Theresa Viljoenskroon FS XENOPHOBIC PANGA ATTACK VERMAANSDRIFT JAN252010

Theresa Eksteen miraculously survived the  xenophobic attack by a black berserker who slashed her with a panga, Viljoenskroon, Jan 25 2010

http://www.farmitracker.com/reports/view/248

Steenkamp Gerrit 39 TORTURED TO DEATH FOR MUTI BOTHAVILLE FREESTATE AUG131997

Free State farmers protest against double-murders of Alice and Helen Lotter March 62010 ANNALDALE FS

I don’t like blacks – top Afrikaans author

Afrikaans author Annelie Botes raises political storm with candid interview

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Annelie Botes is the often painfully outspoken, best-selling Afrikaans author of evocative books such as "Trippel Sewe' about her own gambling addiction;  "Raaiselkind' describing the world of a child's autism, and 'Thula-thula' about incest. She also said she doesn’t like blacks – but fears them because of the crime.

She was just awarded the K-Sello Duiker Literary Prize for Thula-Thula and in a nation with 6-million Afrikaans-speakers, her books fly off the shelves as soon as they are published. She's also the most fearlessly-outspoken woman in Afrikanerdom today. Facebook.

BOTES ANNELIE Afrik author DOES NOT LIKE BLACKS Rapport Nov202010 And this week she rattled all the politically-correct cages in South Africa by admitting in the Afrikaans Sunday weekly Rapport that she neither liked, nor understood South African blacks – and was terrified of them because of the crime. She has stood by her comments after kicking off this storm: "I don't want to back pedal over my comments. It's the truth," she told the Mail & Guardian. A friend of mine had a saying: sometimes you chop wood and you don't consider where the splinters will land." But she added: "Maybe it was impulsive ... and maybe it's unfair to put all black people under one umbrella. Naturally, there are a lot of black people that I like very much. But I certainly meant what I said."

She's also received some 1,000 emails supporting her comments thus far. Crime lies at the heart of Botes's – perceived ‘racial paranoia’ ( in the Mail & Guardian’s opinion).

  • "I'm scared," she told the Mail & Guardian. "In my daily life there's no one else that I feel threatened by except black people. If a courier comes to my door and he's white, coloured or Indian, I'd have no problem inviting him in for a glass of water. But I would feel ­threatened by a black man." Botes said she would also never appoint a black gardener.http://www.mg.co.za/article/2010-11-26-author-anneli-botes-stands-by-racist-comments

Her interview in Rapport:
"I don't know why my books are popular,' she kicked off her Rapport interview which started the public row. "Perhaps because I never write a lie.' She admitted to having  a highly-developed sense of justice which has dropped her in hot water over the years, for instance with her church hiring black cleaners at unbearably low wages. "Whenever I hear of any unjust situation yet where I remained silent, a nauseous feeling falls over me. " And when she does speak up, she usually gets into trouble.

And boy is she in trouble now... after she was asked by interviewer Hanlie Retief what kind of people she didn't like.

“She sniffed. Folded her hands. Thought about it, and said: "I'm going to be terribly honest. I know it will shock the nation. But I don't like black people.'

"I don't understand them,” she continued. “Where I was raised in Uniondale there were no black people except the occasional escaped prisoner and then you were told to run for the hills….I know they are people just like me. I know they have the identical rights to mine. But I don't understand them.

My neighbour was murdered cruelly. For what?

"And then, I don't like them, I avoid them because I am afraid of them. My neighbour was murdered cruelly. For what? If black people are hungry, why don't they just like they did in the old days, break into the house, plunder the fridge and just go? I know where the anger comes from. But it no longer has anything to do with apartheid. The blacks are just furious about their own in-com-pe-tence...' she said.

The black kids are running wild, can’t write their names or count to 100…

"After 16 years (under black rule) the roads are buggered, the hospitals, the schools, everything. And who did that? They did. I am horrifically bloody angry for the black government which closed down every little farm school too. Now those black kids are running wild. They can't write their names and can't count to a hundred. What will become of them? They will become criminals.

"Yes also look at everything we did to them before 1990. The white government stole just as much, those ministers with their slick cars and their farms. They stole from other places, from customs, from land-taxes.

  • “It’s just wrong to steal from poor people, old-age pensioners and hospitals…”
  • "However -  it's just plain wrong to go and steal from poor people and old-age pensioners and hospitals, as is being done today.' (She’s not wrong:  even highly-placed black ANC-commentators complain that BEE is legalised theft, that the ANC-elitists are stealing from poor blacks)

She continued her Rapport interview: "I don't understand it. If I could understand why (they do all that), then I could like them… I've never been a hateful of racist person. I was raised during apartheid. You sleep in your own house. you drink from your own cup, that was life, with patterns. Sundays in church, psalms, patterns. But on weekends I only had coloured play-friends. At Grootfontein I was not allowed to address coloured workers such as Outa Willem and Aai Ragel in the familiar terms of ‘you” (“jy, jou” in Afrikaans) - I had to use Thou (U in Afrikaans). I had to ask: Outa Willem  can your pocket-knife blade get that thorn from my foot". No 'jy and jou' was allowed because he was likely to give me a hiding and then dad would give me another hiding because Outa Willem had found it necessary to give me a hiding...’

Why no books about the humanity also shown by white farmers?

Botes also felt that 'someone who isn't white should also write a book about the genuine humanity with which so great many white farmers treated their workers. Nobody ever tells those stories: how the black workers were driven to the doctors to have their babies. Or that whenever we canned our fruit theworkers always got their fair share. Those amiable relationships between whites and blacks have been lost forever.
Nobody tells those stories. There's this disinformation that we (whites) were only bad and suppressed and beat them.'

She tells of her own experience just recently, waiting in line at the Port Elizabeth municipality to explain the calculation error in her water-bill.

  • "I said to the black woman behind the counter; "Mammatjie there's a problem here...' and she replied 'Oh we're offline. I can't help.' … ‘I should have stood in line at the counter with the white or coloured clerk’, I  am thinking to myself. But I try again... Mammatjie, look...' behind me the line is growing. She looks at me with calves-eyes. So what happens after half an hour of frustration? I blurt out to her: "Are you a baboon, huh, can’t you sort this simple thing out?’ She shakes her head: ‘that's the way we whites are’ you can see her think. So what happens to that woman? She feels humiliated to the depths of her soul. And the guy behind me gives her just as much hell. We whites now have this built-up aggression inside us don't we, our government has been taken away from us. Finished and klaar. Without spilling a drop of blood. That poor woman doesn't have a chance, she's just as defenceless - shoved into a job for which she didn't get enough education. And she has to cope? Ha!”

Botes slammed the ANC-regime for “pushing so hard to carry out their black-economic-empowerment programme without first having the skilled people to carry these out”.

  • "I suspect that black people aren't angry for white people but rather with their own government - but they are taking it out on white people.”

‘I don’t want to be raped at the age of 84 by thirteen blacks…’

She has decided that when her husband Chris retired, they are going to emigrate to the UK. "I would rather sacrifice my Afrikaans culture then to be raped by 13 blacks at the age of 84 years. I cannot even walk to the cafe nearby to buy a tomato without endangering myself. "This isn't our country any more, the country I used to salute. And it has fokkol to do with racism,' she insists.

"I don't want to live in fear. I just want to live.'

Her latest book, Tabernakel has just hit the bookshops when its first 10,000 copies sold out.Her books sell very well in a community of 6-million Afrikaans-speakers.
"There's a very big wrong going on in our country. And nobody stands up and says listen here, to get our country up and running again we will all have to go through a psychological and emotional healing together.'

"Forgive and forget? That's not how people's heads really work...'

She quotes from her elderly, nearly-blind character Mama Thandeka in her book Thula-thula:

TABERNAKEL: AFRIKAANS INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ-DtBaYREU&feature=related