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Irish pop singer calls for Genocide of Boers

While a South African law-court still is in the middle of deciding its legality, an Irish pop singer has broken the sub-judice rule by openly giving his support to the ANC’s banned genocidal-hatespeech song Shoot the Boer.

Mr Bono, an Irish pop singer whose group U2 drew much smaller audiences than was expected during his current tour in South Africa, caused deep dismay and shock on Sunday after openly giving his support to the ANC's genocidal-hatespeech song ‘Shoot the Boer.' Within ten minutes, a new Facebook page calling for the boycotting of his band U2  was put on Facebook...

AFRIKAANS PROTESTORS AGAINST UNBANNING OF SHOOT THE BOER GENOCIDE SONG

Boycot U2
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-U2/199548840071242

2010-2011 picture album of murdered Boers: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?id=100001108447359&aid=34138

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Last year, this ‘ song ‘ was banned by the Pretoria High Court in 2010 – the court ruled that it contained genocidal hatespeech which stirred up feelings of hatred against white Afrikaans-speakers and called for their mass-murder.  A trial now is pending in which the ANC is spending vast amounts of money to try and get it unbanned. The civil-rights movement Afriforum opposes the unbanning move – and it is still pending before the court. Bono thus also interfered in the ‘sub-judice’ ruling regarding pending legal procedures in South Africa.

Afriforum argued in its affidavit opposing the ANC's demand for its unbanning that the word 'boer', as is being sung in this context, is a derogatory word referring to farmers, all whites and to Afrikaners in particular."

More than 3,880 'Boers' i.e. Afrikaans-speaking farmers, have already been murdered under ANC-hegemony since 1994 - and many tens of thousands of whites are also murdered in the towns and cities, often in extremely cruel ways which indicates a high level of hatred towards their victims.

Top genocide expert Dr Gregory Stanton of Genocide Watch started expressing his concerns about the ANC-regime's supporters calling for the genocide of a song which was inflaming feelings of hatred towards ‘a very visible minority, namely the Boers’.

Even one of the world's most respected news-publications, the Times of London, reported on March 28 2010 that “white  South African farmers are being wiped out’ and that the banned ANC genocidal hatespeech song “shoot the Boer” was fanning the flames… http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2010/11/shoot-boer-song-must-not-be-unbanned.html

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Estelle Botha, 16, torched, dismembered...

Afrikaans student Estelle Botha, 16, body torched, dismembered Aug 16 2007, Koedoespoort – grieving mom Estelle wants to have the killers found

Feb 13 2011 - Sunday Times journalist Werner Swart interviewed the distraught mother of 16-year-old Afrikaans college student Estelle Botha of Pretoria, who was murdered most gruesomely on Aug 16, 2007: her body was found torched next to a railway line in Koedoespoort, 18km from where she was last seen after a karaoke night out with friends in Gezina. Mom Estelle has been waiting three-and-a-half years for her teen daughter's murderers to be found.

BOTHA Estelle 16 torched dismembered Koedoespoort Aug162007

Last year the case was finally handed to seasoned crime-investigator Capt Mike van Aardt. Another  detective was quoted as saying to the Sunday Times journalist that the previous investigation's long list of blunders now made Van Aardt’s job extremely difficult. Van Aardt appeals for the public to come forward: 'someone out there knows who she left with and who she was last seen with. I think it's time for those people to talk," he said. Call Captain Van Aardt on 0825751808.

Police bungles included their failure to gather vital evidence at the crime scene; they did not interview staff nor patrons who were at the karaoke-pub in Gezina where the girl was last seen with her friends at 9pm before her murder. Also: police had failed to cordon off the crime scene properly nor search there for clues. Two weeks after the murder, friends and relatives who had gone to the crime scene to pay their respects, found the girl’s severed hand, her bag, make-up and a half-burnt porn magazine that may have been used to set her on fire. "This was vital evidence that the police missed ... and probably why they have not arrested her killer," said her mother in her interview with the Sunday Times.

The teenaged student disappeared after going out with friends for a karaoke evening to a pub, Cabanas - now closed down. She left it at 9pm. The next time anyone saw her was when her torched body was found next to a railway line in Koedoespoort 8km away. The girl's charred and dismembered body was discovered by security guards near the railway line the next day. They told police they had seen two  'men' (no further details provided) speed away in a white bakkie.

While Van Aardt himself would not be drawn on the standard of the police work in 2007 in his interview with the Sunday Times, another detective said the series of blunders had badly hampered the murder investigation. The detective, who asked not to be named, said it was standard practice to cordon off the scene to prevent people "trampling" on evidence. It was also routine to comb the area, collecting anything, no matter how apparently insignificant, including clothing and cigarette butts. Van Aardt would not comment, saying he had not been involved in the investigations at the scene. An unhappy Botha said her child "deserved so much better than this... I deserve to know what happened to my daughter that night and why someone killed her as if she was worth nothing. She had all these plans for the future and was like any typical teenager." Anyone with information that may be helpful should call Captain Van Aardt on 0825751808. http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/article910086.ece/Hopeless-case--top-cop-steps-in