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Sunday, April 4, 2010

''Kill the Boer''

IMPORTANT: S.Africa: 2010: Afrikaner Leader: Eugene Terreblanche Murdered

Date Posted: Saturday 03-Apr-2010
Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the South African far-right group AWB (Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging) was found murdered on his Ventersdorp in the North West on Saturday evening. He was 69.
AWB spokesman André Visagie reports Terreblanche was found in his bed, beaten with pipes and other blunt objects while he slept at approximately 18:00 South African time.
He was still alive at the time but died an hour later.
Police arrested two Black farm workers, a 16-year-old and 21-year-old, who apparently had gotten into an argument with Terreblanche earlier in the day.
He was also alone on his farm named Villana, or "the home of Anna". Visagie said that Terre'blanche's only security were his dogs which were "neutralized".
Visagie said Terre'blanche was beaten so badly "he didn't look like Eugene anymore".
For many, Eugene Terreblanche defined what it is to be a "Boer". It was his life's goal to reclaim the Boer Republics, the Transvaal and Orange Free State.
Terreblanche's murder comes at a time when a South African high court has banned public singing of the ANC battle song, "Kill the Boer," for its incitement of violence against a specific ethnic group. ANCYL leader Julius Malema may still face hate speech charges for his recent leading of a group of students in singing the song.
COMMENT: Kafrids came in  South Africa AFTER the boers, expanding from  Senegal and killing all the other African people (as Bushmen). So  ''South Africa belongs to its indigenous people'' means the Boers. But ''kill the Boer'' is not the song  of Kafrids but that of the West Powers that struggled with all of their strength to kill the rich and  orderly state of South Africa.

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