20111115

Euro-MP slams ANC over disastrous governance

Lucas Hartong: The ANC should rather hunt down and prosecute black-racist radicals who murder the Boers in their own homesteads instead of concerning itself over unproven global warming theories at a UN climate-change conference.

Hartong Lucas MEP attacks SA climate conference pleads for survival of AfrikaansEuropean MP Lucas Hartong has launched a full-frontal assault on the ANC-regime during the EP-debate about the forthcoming Climate Change Conference in Durban from 28 Nov - 9 Dec 2011. Hartong warned  the ANC to rather deal with the “disastrous socio-political climate in their own country” than to hold conferences about 'unproven theories of perceived global warming’. He said: “everything needs to improve drastically in the current horrific socio-political climate of South Africa: including hunting down and bringing to justice those black-racist radicals who incite their followers to murder the Boers on their own farms”. He also slammed the ANC for its suppression of the Afrikaans language.

Hartong used his speaking-time in the EP-debate in Strassbourg about the forthcoming Climate-Change Conference in Durban, South Africa to warn the ANC to concern itself more about the ‘disastrous socio-policital climate” in their own country than to concern themselves over questionable theories of perceived ‘global warming’.

Hartong blasted the ANC over its poor governance of South Africa and said:

“The socio-political climate in South Africa can only be described as horrific under the ANC-regime. Everything needs to be improved there; a battle is needed against the enormous unemployment and growing hopelessness amongst youths; against the terrifying criminality which is out of control; and the ANC should rather concentrate on hunting down and prosecuting the black-racist radicals who are murdering the Boer farmers on their own land in the so-called ‘ farm-murders’ .

“(Under the ANC) it’s a battle for the Afrikaner’s language, Afrikaans, to survive. There’s a battle against the ANC regime’s racial-discrimination and its suppression of its own people: once again in South Africa, there is official racist discrimination based on skin-colour.

“The PVV (Party for Freedom) is very much in favour of ‘a change in climate’ in South Africa. But alas, that’s not what is going to be discussed in Durban at this ‘Climate-Change Conference’. The subject of discussion will be about an untenable theory of climate-change which is only supported by a few radical believers. I increasingly get the impression that the interest in this specific subject is dropping enormously. I received several entreaties in which I was begged to please go to that conference. It appears that even the IPCC itself now also is beginning to realise that global warming can barely be proven. I cite from its own summary for the Durban conference: ‘The uncertainty about possible changes in climate-extremes over the next few decades is quite high, because the signals indicating climate-change will appear to be quite small, compared to the natural flunctations in climate-changes.’ If the IPCC itself already has its doubts, and says so publicly, about the use of the Durban conference, why are MPs going there for heaven’s sake?  Why are we wasting any taxpayers’ money from our own citizens on this? The PVV ‘for this reason, will not be going to Durban.’  lucas.hartong@europarl.europa.eu
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CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE OF UN IN DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA NOV 2011

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Nov 15 2011 - Lucas Hartong. Europees parlementslid voor de PVV, heeft zijn spreektijd in het debat over de klimaatconferentie aangegrepen voor een frontale aanval op het ANC-regime en te pleiten voor behoud van het Afrikaans.
Hartong sprak vanmiddag in het Europees Parlement, dat deze week vergadert in Straatsburg. 
 

Voorzitter - “Binnenkort gaat er in Durban, Zuid-Afrika, tijdens  de VN Conferentie inzake Klimaatverandering gesproken worden over het klimaat. Geweldig!

Mogelijk dat er nu eindelijk iets gaat gebeuren aan de verbetering van het politieke en maatschappelijke klimaat in Zuid-Afrika, dat namelijk verschrikkelijk genoemd kan worden onder het huidige ANC-apartheidsregime.

Alles moet daar verbeterd: strijd tegen de enorme werkloosheid en uitzichtloosheid onder jongeren, strijd tegen de vreselijke criminaliteit die de spuigaten uitloopt, opsporen en berechten van zwarte radicalen die de Boeren vermoorden op hun eigen land ("de Plaasmoorde"). Strijd voor behoud van de Afrikaner taal. Strijd tegen de achterstelling van de eigen bevolking door het ANC, omdat opnieuw gediscrimineerd wordt op grond van huidskleur. De PVV is dus warm voorstander van 'klimaatverandering' in Zuid-Afrika.

Maar dat is vast niet wat besproken wordt op deze conferentie. Helaas.
Het gaat weer over de vermeende klimaatverandering; een theorie die alleen nog door een enkele zwaar gelovige wordt aangehangen. Ik heb de stellige indruk dat de interesse voor dit onderwerp enorm afneemt. Zelf werd ik namelijk heel wat keren gesméékt of ik alstublieft mee wilde naar de conferentie. Bovendien blijkt het IPCC nu ook eindelijk zelf te beseffen dat globale opwarming nauwelijks aan te tonen is. Ik citeer uit het ontwerp rapport voor Durban: "De onzekerheid over mogelijke veranderingen in klimaatextremen voor de komende tientallen jaren is behoorlijk groot, omdat signalen van klimaatverandering behoorlijk klein zullen blijken te zijn, vergeleken met natuurlijke klimaatschommelingen." Als het IPCC zélf al hardop twijfelt aan het nut van Durban, waarom gaan parlementsleden er dan in vredesnaam naartoe? Waarom spenderen we hier eigenlijk nog belastinggeld van onze burgers aan? De PVV gaat daarom dus niet naar Durban.
lucas.hartong@europarl.europa.eu
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getVod.do?mode=unit&language=EN&vodId=1321375111214

Afrikaners of Welkom in deep trouble from gold-piracy gangs

Alcoholic, homeless murderer Victor Albert Levings, 36, blamed his impoverished ex-girlfriend Mrs “Ansie” Anna Velthuysen for all his troubles. The Afrikaner woman, who hails from Kroonstad, had just moved into the mining-town of Welkom’s poorest suburb, Dagbreek two months earlier with her two children. On June 5 2011 after he had been sleeping rough in the woods, Levings climbed through the window of his ‘ex-girlfriend’s’ rented mine-house in Dagbreek after a heavy drinking session -  and stabbed her and her two small children to death in their beds with his switchblade knife, he testified: link

 Velthuysen children and mother stabbed to death Dagbreek Welkom rented minehouse

The once so motivated, community-spirited working-class Afrikaners in Welkom are living in a state of siege from illegal gold-mine pirate-gangs – and the town’s vibrancy is slowly ebbing away into destitution, homelessness, addiction and hopelessness:

LEVINGS Victor cruel knife torturer killer of Magdalena Velthuysen her two children Marthinus and DominiqueNov 14 2011 - Shock testimony in Virginia High court reveals in his own words the way he carried out his cruel, vengeful stabbing-murders of a defenceless family by Victor Albert Levings, 36.  (right: picture by Volksblad photographer Theo Jeptha). He used a switchblade knife to slaughter his ex-girlfriend Anna Magdalena Velthuysen, 46 and her two children Marthinus, 9, and Dominique, 8.

Mrs Velthuysen had moved into the old mining-company house at Haarlem Street 151 in the Afrikaner working-class suburb of Dagbreek two months earlier --  and no-one in the neighbourhood knew them very well.

In this mining-town, all the remaining Afrikaner ex-mineworkers and their families live in a state of siege from the large gangs of illegal gold-dust sifters referred to as zama-zamas. So many residents are moving away and near-destitute families such as the Velthuysens are moving in. The town's community life is disappearing, many residents say, because of the violence created by the zama-zamas. (report on http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2011/07/chaos-grows-in-sa.html)

The Velthuysen family was stabbed to death on June 5 2011 at 02:00 in their beds at the mining town of Dagbreek, Welkom. (picture of Levings by Volksblad photographer Theo Jeptha) Levings testified in Virginia High Court on November 14 2011 that while he was stabbing the mother, little Dominique had called to him from her bedroom - where she was hiding underneath the bed, asking him if she could go to the toilet. "Uncle Victor, I want to pee but I cannot get up,' she told him.  Instead he dragged her out from beneath her bed, stabbed her and also smothered her - and then stabbed her brother Marthinus in the bed next to hers." He died quickly and I did not need to smother him,' the man testified.

The Afrikaners in the mining town of Welkom live under a state of siege – and the community is falling apart: VELTHUYSEN FAMILY stabbed to death in Welkom mining town under siege from gold-hunting pirates called zama zamas  Picture above: In the first news-item published shortly after the triple-murders, it was claimed that the little boy had been hiding underneath the bed – but from the killer’s own testimony, it had been the girl who was dragged out and stabbed to death.

Volksblad journalist Marisa Phillips attended the trial. She described his testimony telling the court that he was sleeping rough in the woods after his estrangement from Mrs Velthuysen. On June 5, he woke up at around 2am after a heavy drinking session, and drank some more. "I sat on the dog's blanket outside the house and realised that everything which had gone wrong in my life, was the fault of Anna Velthuysen.”

He does not want to apply for bail:

He went to her bedroom, smoked a cigarette and stabbed her in the upper body until she lay still on the ground. He left the room but returned to find her 'busy on her cellphone, he testified.

So he kept stabbing her. 'She fell and I smothered her with my hand because she was still breathing and I did not know how to kill her. She stopped breathing then and I realised I had killed her.' He went to the kitchen, drank a headache-powder, smoked a cigarette. He then stabbed to death Dominique and also smothered her  after the the child had called out to him.

"I was thinking about how I should kill Marthinus and was getting up the courage to do it. He died quickly and it wasn't necessary to smother him too', he testified. He then turned himself over to the police. He did not want to apply for bail.

His sentencing is scheduled in the same court for 26 and 27 January. Adv. Johan Roothman was the public prosecutor. Mrs Velthuysen's brother Ernest Potgieter, his wife Jakkie and daughter Riana of Kroonstad attended the trial.
- Volksblad
http://www.volksblad.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Skokdade-met-sy-knipmes-20111114

TLU: offer of land from Ghana citizen

Mr Kris Atta Pappoe, a media consultant/social anthropologist who lives in Ghana, has sent a message to my face book page as follows:

Nov 17 2011 - “Dear Annie – It’s a pity what is happening in SA with regards to the Boers/Afrikaners. It’s a great pity that this Great country could slide back into racial bigotism. Tell you what? Any Boer farmer interested in settling in Ghana is welcome. I personally have 5,000 acres of prime farmland that is available. Thanks for letting us know, Annie. “

In response, I’ve sent him the contact information for the Transvaal Agricultural Union – which has already been negotiating successfully with the Congo and with Georgia and other regions about resettling Boer farmers there.Mr Pappoe ‘s telephone in Ghana is +233 261139800 Mobile, Email attapappoe@gmail.com Facebook
http://facebook.com/kris.pappoe

GHANA LAND OFFER TO BOERS KRIS ATTA PAPPOE SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGIST

Genocide Watch places  Boers/Afrikaners and South African whites at Stage 6 (penultimate) stage of Genocide: http://www.genocidewatch.org/southafrica.html

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South Africa’s commercial farmers are 0.01% of the entire population but feed 49-million people. They are now taking their skills out of South Africa and head north

Nov 17 2011 – PRETORIA, South Africa: The Transvaal Agricultural union writes: “ It defies logic that the ruling ANC government would target so viciously and relentlessly the commercial farming sector. Without this small group - only 0.01% of the population but feeding 49-million people --  the South African government could find itself painted into a corner as food riots roil the land.

SA’s farmers are voting with their feet – out of South Africa:

Food security is the most vital linchpin upon which the SA government can depend. Without that, all the promises in the world won’t placate empty stomachs. Yet the government continues to harass this crucial community to the point where its members leave for other lands, maybe not permanently, but they take their skills which are unique and irreplaceable.

Since the ANC came to power, it has targeted commercial farmers with a barrage of legislation to force them to take on the upkeep of millions. Commercial farmers are the welfare mop. The government is now presenting a draft Land Use Management Bill which will impede the freedom of land owners to develop their land. Much of the proposed legislation is based on the Freedom Charter – “the land shall be owned by those who work it” - and those who thought the ANC had forgotten this relatively antiquated document should think again.

In May, the minister of land development and reform Mr. Gugile Nkwinti declared that the date from which land claims could be counted – 1913 – must be set back even further, this despite that land ownership before that time was not legally owned in terms of a title deed in many areas of South Africa, especially in tribal areas. (It should be remembered that tribes wandered and settled at will in South Africa and the 1913 Land Act at least tried to formalize land ownership in terms of title deeds and contracts. So to go further back from 1913 will present enormous problems as people claim land for which in many cases they have no proof of ownership. Perhaps this move was as a result of Julius Malema’s calls that land was stolen from blacks by whites.

It needs a high degree of hopelessness and angst for a farmer to leave his country:

Farming skills are leaving South Africa as have skills in other areas of human endeavour. It needs a high degree of hopelessness and angst for a farmer to leave his country. The Zimbabwe scenario looms large for some.

There are more than one thousand South African farmers and entrepreneurs doing business throughout the African continent, from Mozambique to Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and other lands.

Georgia in the Caucasus took note of SA’s 37 000 commercial farmers’ ability to produce food for nearly 50 million people, and invited them to go to Georgia.

Some have already relocated there. African states have also taken note – they have completed their phases of ridding their country of whites, have seen their people starve, have exhausted their money on food imports and have now come to the conclusion that the only people who can set them on a production path are the white farmers of South Africa.

Nigeria, with 79m hectares of arable land, 70% of the population agriculturalists – needs to import food;

Nigeria has 79 million hectares of arable land and 70% of the population is engaged in agriculture. Says Loyiso Langeni of Business Day: “Notwithstanding these factors, Nigeria each year imports food and agricultural products to the value of $4 billion.”

Sierra Leone has 5,4 million hectares of cultivable land, 90% of which is available for commercial agricultural opportunities. Its government has targeted agriculture as a top priority.

Farm murders continue apace:

Some SA farmers leave for the money – African countries are paying well for SA expertise, and farmers go for a period to earn income to possibly buy a farm in South Africa. Others are so fed up with the state of their own country – the degeneration of everything that was built up over 350 years --  that they are prepared to move, lock, stock and barrel. Farm murders continue apace – last week a farmer was tortured and killed and dragged along a road behind a truck.

“Local government” is milking farmers dry: they pay high rates and get nothing in return:

One need look no further than local government to pinpoint a grievance among farmers. Despite the empirical evidence of wholesale incompetence, corruption and nepotism (how often do we see this trilogy describing the ANC?), the government simply refuses to deploy the right people for the job. Farmers pay handsomely to municipalities, and receive virtually nothing in return.

Yet the logic of competency over patronage either escapes the government mindset, or is deliberately ignored in order to keep support. After municipal elections which saw the masses voting for those who despise them, the ANC is now going to “investigate ways to provide struggling municipalities with more money as they are unable to raise sufficient money through rates and taxes” says Gwede Mantashe, ANC secretary general. Naturally there will be a summit in July to discuss and review local government funding, when the whole world can see that it is not funding that is the problem, it is the people running the municipalities. This is diversity at its worst, and farmers (and others) simply cannot abide to live with a mindset such as this. Mantashe is talking about yet another “turnaround strategy” which will be by way of a “budget review” where taxpayers will be burdened with yet more contributions to the ANC municipal bottomless pit. Is it any wonder people leave the country? (…)

Who can stop the SA government?

Farmers are being driven away because of the SA government’s short sighted policies. Certain of its invincibility, it moves towards the abyss. Who can stop these people? Will the captains of industry, the food wholesalers, the giant milling companies, the exporters, and the mining groups not pool their resources to bring the SA government to heel concerning the precarious position of SA agriculture? Have these businessmen objected to the government’s latest Land Use Management Bill? Have they even read it? Land Use Management Bill: http://www.info.gov.za/view/DownloadFileAction?id=87126

The only thing to bring the SA government to heel is food shortages:

The only thing to bring the SA government to heel is the threat of food shortages. Millions are employed in food production, food retailing, food transport and food manufacturing. If the farmers cease to produce, and many could simply down tools if driven into a corner, then the food industry will have nothing to sell.

The full-page vegetable and fruit ads (R20 for a full pocket of potatoes!) will disappear and we will have Zimbabwe-type empty shelves. Who will now stand up to the ANC with respect to this latest lunacy?

 http://www.tlu.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=201:out-of-africa--south-africas-farmers-head-north&catid=36:jongste-nuus

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Genocide Watch places  Boers/Afrikaners and South African whites at Stage 6 (penultimate) stage of Genocide: http://www.genocidewatch.org/southafrica.html

Land Use Management Bill:  http://www.info.gov.za/view/DownloadFileAction?id=87126

ANC youth leader found guilty of inciting his followers to murder  Boer farmers: Judgment by the Equality Court: 

http://www.tlu.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=220:judgment-by-the-equality-court--shoot-the-farmer&catid=35:standpunte

ANC discliplinary hearing of Julius Malema:  Thursday 10 November 2011 – “Fire Malema and the Ministers who support him” : http://www.tlu.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=228:fire-malema-as-well-as-ministers&catid=36:jongste-nuus

Nov 10 2011 - The Transvaal Agricultural Union responds to the finds of the internal hearing of youth leader Julius Malema (finding him guilty of discrediting the good name of the ANC party on two out of three count and ‘suspending’ him for five years) as follows:

Disappointed that the ANC discarded three High Court findings, by deciding that Malema was ‘not guilty of racism”  despite the findings of the courts…

“We are curious to see whether the ANC is prepared to go even further by distancing itself from other controversial statements of Malema,” says TAU SA President, Louis Meintjes.  “But on the other hand we are disappointed that Malema has been found not guilty on charges of racism.  Three different high court judgements ruled that Malema’s statements or songs was  considered to be hate speech, which means racism.   The ANC now has a golden opportunity to make a clean cut with the Malema-era, by withdrawing it’s appeal against the Equality Court which ruled the singing of “Shoot the Boer” to be hate speech, and to distance itself from Malema’s calls for nationalization which did a lot of harm, not only to the ANC but to the country as a whole,” says Mr Meintjes.

http://www.tlu.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=231:mixed-feelings-on-malema-case&catid=36:jongste-nuus