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Radio Nederland Wereldomroep highlights Blackwash group in SA as being anti-ANC – so why is their founder Andile Mnxingtama a paid policy-advisor at the EU-funded and ANC-run Foundation for Human Rights? ’I.a: Why do European taxpayers pay for inciting Boer genocide?
Adriana Stuijt, 20 April 2011 - Reply to Radio Nederland Wereldomroep broadcast of anti-white Blackwash group in South Africa:
"What I find so fascinating about the Blackwash founder/organiser, Andile Mnxingtama is that he is constantly spouting off against the ruling African National Congress party, yet he is also being paid by an ANC-controlled structure as the policy-advisor for the "Foundation for Human Rights." The FHR is largely funded by the European Union to ‘promote racial integration and harmony in South Africa’. (click on pictures below to enlarge)
Pictures above: The Foundation for Human Rights ’ executive board consists of leading ANC executives such as Louise Asmal, Judge Derai Sesai; and Jody Kollapen amongst them. Mnxingtama, who has proven his black-racist-credentials by demonising the Afrikaners in his article “Blacks in Bondage’ – for which he was found guilty by the Press Ombudsman on July 12 2010 - is however still listed as their policy-advisor and continues as the chief-organiser at Blackwash, spouting anti-ANC slogans and creating considerable racial disharmony in South Africa. Why? http://www.fhr.org.za/page.php?p_id=17
Blackwash article on Netherlands World Radio Africa Service, April 20 2011
Andile Mnxingtama continues working for the FHR even though he was found guilty by the Press Ombudsman on July 12 2010 in his City Press article ‘Blacks in Bondage’ of ‘falsely implying that Ventersdorp mayor Kabelo Mashi was killed by white racist extremists’ when Mashi was in fact killed by a black man, Johannes Monatle, ten years earlier. The City Press newspaper – which has a very large readership among South Africa’s black community - was itself also found guilty of “distributing false information regarding Afrikaners” in this article. The press ombudsman ruled on July 12 2010 that City Press had 'breached the press code by publishing an opinion piece on 11 April 2010 headlined “Blacks in Bondage’’ by Andile Mngxitama, influential policy advisor to the European Union-funded Foundation for Human Rights… : http://www.citypress.co.za/Opinions/TopStories/Blacks-In-Bondage-20100411
Deputy Press Ombudsman Johan Retief commented: about the above article:"The Press Code (Art. 4.3) is clear: The press is entitled to comment, but it shall 'take fair account of all available facts which are material to the matter commented upon. This unfortunately did not happen in City Press article “Blacks in Bondage’ by Andile Mngxitama. The newspaper's defence is that the story around Mashi's murder is a ‘legitimate debate’ and that City Press ‘aired the different views fully’ is also not acceptable as only one view was aired 'fully'." The deputy press ombudsman ordered City Press to publish a summary of their finding. The Press Ombudsman has no legal powers and only serve in an ‘advisory capacity’.
Yet this proven liar, who also continues with his Blackwash activities and continues to claim to be virulently anti-ANC, is still kept on as the paid policy-advisor of the (ANC-executive-controlled) Foundation for Human Rights throughout 2010 -- and the European taxpayers also continue to fund it despite his incitements to black township residents to vent their anger on ‘white settlers’ in Blackwash propaganda. He clearly ‘misinterprets’ what is really meant by 'xenophobia', which is a fear of all strangers, i.a. including 'white settlers'. He instead exhorts fellow-blacks to rather get angry with the (white) settlers. And this is what the European taxpayers pay for. To incite racial violence and murders against their own kith and kindred in South Africa.
Can the European Parliament managers who allow the continuing funding of the Foundation for Human Rights please explain why white European taxpayers are expected to pay for the murders and genocidal attacks against their kith and kin in South Africa?
For ALL the documents including the blackwash pamphlet and Andile's article for which he was found guilty of anti-white racism, access: http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2010/07/black-newspaper-guilty-of-anti.html
Blackwash article on Radio Netherlands Worldwide Africa
Andile Mnxgcitama demonises the Afrikaners in article ‘Blacks in Bondage’ -
Funding from the European Union to SA’s ‘Development-aid and reintegration programmes’ amounts to an annual €122million
- (research by Lorenzo Fioramonti, University of Sienna and Research Affiliate, University of Pretoria (2006) Email -email@example.com) http://www.afdevinfo.com/htmlreports/org/org_61796.htm
- “In 1995 the European Commission inaugurated a far-reaching development programme within the framework of the European Programme for Reconstruction and Development (EPRD), which had substituted the Special Programme and broadened its scope. Through Multi-Annual Indicative Programmes (MIPs) and constant dialogue with South African institutions the EU also began a phase of strict cooperation with the new government. This close relationship with the government can also be seen in the general objectives of EU development policy in the country: indeed, while during 1995-1996 the EPRD was centred on supporting the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), which had been the flagship programme of the ANC electoral campaign, in 1997 the objective shifted towards the new national programme of Growth, Employment and Redistribution (GEAR) which substituted the RDP, becoming the new central policy of the South African government.
- Since 1996, three Multi-Annual Indicative Programmes (MIPs) have been decided upon, with the last for 2003-2005 still under implementation, for an average of € 122 million per annum. Consolidation of democracy was one of the four focal areas of all MIPs, while in the period 2003-2006 a specific reference to deepening democracy has been made. In the period 1995-2001, democracy-related projects absorbed 19.2 per cent of EPRD resources (€ 149 million) with an implementation rate of 53 per cent [MIP 2003-2005].
- Commission of the EC , Multi Annual Indicative Programme 1997-1999. A Framework for Cooperation Between South Africa and the European Community, Brussels (quoted as MIP 1997-1999)
Commission of the EC [1999a], Country Strategy Paper on South Africa 2000-2002, Brussels: December 1999 (quoted as CSP 2000-2002)
Commission of the EC [1999b], Evaluation of the European Commission’s Strategy for South Africa 1996-1999, undertaken by the Investment Development Consultancy (France) and Development Strategies (Italy) (quoted as CSE 1999)
Commission of the EC [2000a], Multi Annual Indicative Programme 2000-2002. A Framework for Cooperation Between South Africa and the European Community, Brussels (quoted as MIP 2000-2002)
Commission of the EC [2000b], Financing Agreement between the European Community and the Government of the Republic of South Africa. The Second Human Rights Programme, Brussels (Agreement SA/73200-00/29)
Commission of the EC , The European Union’s Role in Promoting Human Rights and Democratisation in Third Countries, Brussels, COM (2001) 252 final
Commission of the EC , Evaluation of the European Commission’s Strategy for South Africa 2000-2002, undertaken on behalf of the Evaluation Unit of the Europe-Aid Cooperation Office by the MHW-ECDPM-ODI Consortium (quoted as CSE 2002)
Commission of the EC [2002b], Annual Report on the EC Development Policy and the Implementation of External Assistance in 2001, Brussels: European Commission
Commission of the EC , South Africa- European Community Country Strategy Paper and Multi-annual Indicative Programme for the period 2003-2005, Brussels: European Commission (quoted as MIP 2003-2005)
Commission of the EC [2003b], Annual Report on the EC Development Policy and the Implementation of External Assistance in 2002, Brussels: European Commission http://www.afdevinfo.com/htmlreports/org/org_61796.htm
Why is the ANC so adamant to keep using that hatespeech song?
Why is the singing of that hatespeech song Shoot the Boers so important to the ruling ANC that they are so stubbornly defending their right to keep singing Shoot the Boer in the country's highest law courts? It has everything to do with the regime's use of the African occult as its most powerful but secret tool to achieve their goal: namely to annihilate all the whites from southern Africa, says military analyst Pieter Oosthuizen.
The African occult - and its use of powerful songs, symbols, language and often very terrifying ceremonies -- are all ways to control the ‘black masses’. Such hatespeech songs replace the ‘Western Imperial religious hymns’ under the ‘liberation theology’ combined with the use of the African occult. It is one of their most important secret weapons - and the force behind the ongoing attacks and murders of whites in South Africa. Oosthuizen writes in his book 'the Genocide of the Afrikaner', that the use of witchdoctors and the occult underlies all the violence targetting whites throughout South Africa over the past half-a-century.
"Africa 's tribes have formed a coalition between the living and the dead, the spiritual and the living dead; the ghostly underworld - to wage war against all the whites, against all the colonial rulers, and especially against the white farmers, because they 'own the land of their forefathers'. Nzo writes in ‘The History and Development of Struggle Against the South African Apartheid Regime" that this occult-fuelled warfare "will only stop once the battle in Southern Africa between colonial, neo-colonial supremacy and international imperialism has been won'.
And despite the fact that the ruling African National Congress now is in formally in charge of South Africa’, they clearly show through their public actions and statements that they have not yet gained their ultimate goal, which is to ‘regain all the land of the ancestors, all the natural resources’ and to destroy every vestige, every reminder, of ‘ international imperialism. ‘
Who do you think are the people they are referring to when they speak of ‘international imperialism?
Picture: this old ‘comrade of the struggle’ issued a very clear warning to the ANC when he protested outside the Ficksburg law court on 2 May 2011 against the shocking murder óf a promising young black leader, Andries Tatane, by a large police force: that the ANC was on the wrong path, that ‘police thugs kill’: writing: “Not yet Uhuru, freedom oh Freedom, We will Fight till death…’ This message wasn’t intended for the news media: it was intended for the black population, which believes that their ‘struggle’ is not yet over.
So what does singing Shoot the Boer do for the ruling ANC?
How does this use of the occult work its 'magic' on the death squads of today – those tens of thousands of large gangs armed with AK47s who terrorise and thus steadily ethnically-cleanse entire formerly 'white' neighbourhoods and farms in South Africa today? The gangs who get their training from a very early age, for instance by teaching them the ‘execution game’: youngsters practice to shoot whites in the head with very realistic looking toy guns…
Oosthuizen quotes Daneel, writing in Zirrcon: Earthkeeping at the Grassroots in Zimbabwe: “Traditionally the chiefs and the spirit mediums, representing the official links between senior tribal ancestors and their living descendants, wielded considerable political power. During the (Zimbabwe) freedom struggle the spirit mediums were responsible for a renaissance of traditional African religion: they conveyed the directives and inspirational messages of the senior ‘guardians of the land’ to both ZANLA high command in Mozambique and the fighters at the war front in Zimbabwe. These guardian spirits were believed to be united in a spirit war council, presided over by Mwari, the traditional high- god.Thus all of Zimbabwe’s spirit powers, via their spirit mediums, were directly involved, guiding the struggle and influencing guerilla tactics at the front.”
Traditional healers in South Africa have become a powerful political influence: they have equal legal rights to Western white medical practitioners and can practice their witchcraft in public hospitals and clinics…
This process is identical to the one used by the ruling African National Congress party in South Africa today. The ‘traditional healers,’ ‘diviners’ and ‘herbal doctors’ move effortlessly across the artificial ‘colonial’ borders of Southern Africa to administer to their tribal relatives on both sides of the border – and because of their growing famine , more black Zimbabweans now live in South Africa than in their ancestral lands.
South Africa ‘s current leaders, it must be noted, have never announced publicly that they would end 'the struggle' – in fact they often are makng a very strong point about this in public statements. Moreover, none of them have ever denounced the use of violence.
And the use of the occult spirit world is used as their main motivational-weapon to incite their followers to continue their 'terror campaign against the entire West', writes Oosthuizen.
For Zuma to ignore the warnings by ‘traditional healers’ would be very foolhardy
The witch-doctors in South Africa today have become all-powerful – a law has been passed which gives them equal legal status to Western medical practioners. Yet this secret terrorism-society is not yet satisfied that all their goals have been achieved: so when a delegation of 'traditional healers', left, this week presented a petition to the country's president Jacob Zuma that he must implement that law in all its facets – they were also reminding him of who was really in charge: his ruling party’s owed them a great debt to their ongoing contribution to act as 'links between the ancestors and the living'.
Traditional healers and ‘diviners’ can terrorise an entire community into submission
To ignore such warnings would be very foolhardy: Daneel describes examples of the way in which the warnings of 'traditional healers' can be put into action: For instance one of the Zimbabwean terrorist groups faced opposition from the local population and started losing their inspiration. One night in their camp they were confronted by 'a demon in the form of a sudden wind-squall - in other words the local witchdoctor made clever use of a natural phenomenon. And shortly thereafter a 'demonic woman appeared in their midst from the bush, warning them that there was something wrong with their food'. The woman screams at the disheartened terrorist group that 'they have discarded the warnings of the demons'. Later that evening an elderly woman walked into the fighters' camp: unexpectedly, unannounced, and spirit possessed. From her frail body boomed the voice of Dumbukunyuka, famous Duma prophet of a century ago…. Many of the terrorist-fighters' food had meanwhile been poisoned by a 'traditional healer' and they all felt quite ill. The incident terrified them so much 'that the fighters in the field were inspired to keep up the struggle by messages from both Mwari and their mhondoro spirits. Then another 'spirit medium', Lydia Chabata, appeared: she specialised in fetching medicines for wounded terrorists by 'descending into the waterworld' and contacting Seri, the 'njuzu water spirit': she was ‘carried down into th emurky depths where the potent njuzu spirit herbs and roots were to be found: "Lydia willingly entered the water passage. Held firmly on both sides, she was swiftly propelled in the depths of the pool, into the njuzu spirit land. In a wink she emerged in the world of the water people, the spirits of the lower soil. As always the sky in the njuzu spirit land was pale blue. This world apparently eschewed darkness. Villages stretched as far as the eye could see. Lowing cattle betokened prosperity. It was a magic sight : the spirit people resembling ordinary humans, side by side with the water–beings; half human, half fish, half snake or crocodile. All had come for the festive rain dance.” Then she emerged and dispensed the 'traditional medicine' straight from 'the occult world' to cure the poisoned terrorists.
The ANC’s ‘freedom struggle’ isn’t over until all the whites are annihilated
Nzo wrote in his book that 'all the extensive resources of Southern Africa belonged to the freedom movements' and that the terror-campaign would not stop until 'international imperialism has been defeated and international control over our resources has been overthrown.' And the Christian faith, brought by the missionaries, also is used very effectively by the African Occult.
Daneel writes: ‘Key figures in both religions – particularly the traditional spirit mediums and the African Independent Church prophets – played an insufficiently recognized role in inspiring the guerilla fighters and in mobilizing massive peasant support for the struggle.’
The African Independent Churches launched the Association of African Earthkeeping Churches(AAEC) - and their extensive network play a powerful role in 'revolutionary warfare'.
The prophets and priests of these churches were and indeed today indeed still are, active participants: they helped the fighters' cleanse the community of witches' by using a local medium to point out suspected 'traitors' and members of the security forces: in other words to target them for assassination. The use of Winnie Mandela's necklace in South Africa – right now – also is an example of the often deliberately gruesome way in which such pointed out 'witches' were and are being executed, aways amidst a very large crowd: fear had to be instilled through example.
The priests also housed injured terrorists, fed them, and treated them. And often, these priests 'prophesised in the name of the Holy Ghost about the presence of the enemy, about their movements, and whether an intended terrorist act would work.'
Hatesongs replace the traditional Christian songs:
“In this coalition between fighters and populace, between the living and the living dead, lay the strength of the resistance to alien rule.
Many villagers did not understand or fully embrace the tenets of the Marxist–socialist philosophy preached by the fighters.”
And this is the source of the 'liberation theology' which was spread through the African Independent Churches: it was merged with the use of such terrifying occult-ceremonies: they use Western Christianity to wage warfare against all the whites in South Africa: their hymns were turned into hatesongs encouraging blacks to kill all the whites. This 'liberation theology' has had a devastating effect on Zimbabwe's population: today millions of Zimbabweans hover on the verge of famine. Yet the post-liberation Zimbabweans now are seen internationally as 'free Africans' instead of being the 'working slaves’ in one of the most productive agricultural regions of Southern Africa. Yet today these 'free Africans' have to beg for food handouts and aid from any other country which cares to help them.
So has this 'liberation theology struggle' now suddenly ended when the current ruling troika – the SA Communist Party, the Cosatu trade unionists and the ANC – gained hegemony in 1994?
Armed attacks against whites intensifying all over southern Africa
Clearly not: the violence against the whites is intensifying, with an average of 50 deadly and non-letal attacks a day being recorded in the countrywide and in the cities which specifically target whites. (graph) Often the modus operandus is identical: large gangs will watch their target for days beforehand; they carry out reconnaissance on their every move; they even photograph the access routes; and also gaining the help of black workers in the households and the white-owned business before they strike. Very little of any value is usually stolen: they mainly target communications-tools to stop people from calling for help; or use the victims’ cars to make their getaways in. Often, the head of the household is targetted for assassination in excessively gruesome ways.
And these murder gangs – consistently described as 'ordinary criminals' by the ruling ANC - alsodo not hesitate to execute the smallest white children and even missionaries. However especially the rapidly diminishing number of white farmers - the people who 'occupy ancestral lands' are targetted: even though they now occupy less than 24,000 commercial farms – the rest of the more than 85,000 former Boer farms now are in the hands of the State.
Daneel (p95) writes about this preoccupation with land as follows: ‘They were capable of inspiring their descendants to rise against the whites and fight for their lost lands…. the preoccupation with the ancestors was part of a country-wide religious renaissance. The rise of nationalism coincided with a resurgence of traditional religion. ‘
That’s why the use of powerful ‘warsongs’ also is so important: they replaced the use of Western-Christian religions songs which are seen as representing ‘white imperalism’ with their hate-filled chants: to encourage the comrades to keep on killing:
A Zimbabwean funeral-dirge for a dead comrade is very similar to this song which was sung by the ANC leaders at a funeral: ‘“We members of UmkhonteWeSizwe have pledged to kill them all, the Boers, the Amabhulu…’ Nelson Mandela, who sang the ‘religious song’ at this funeral, translated this Xhosa song to enquiring English-language journalists as being ‘a song for peace, democracy, love amongst South Africans…’
The Zimbabwean version:“Today we grieve for the fighters of Zimbabwe
Grieve ! You brothers and sisters
Grieve ! For the fighters of Zimbabwe,
The fighters were stricken, they were killed
by the mabunhu
We conquered, we shot
The fighters were bombed
They were killed by the mabunhu
We conquered, we shot
the mabunhu !
In Zimbabwe, the Mabunhu are the white farmers: in South Africa, they are the ama-Bhulu - but both ters also are generic descriptions for the entire 'colonial system' of land-ownership i.a. for all the ‘whites’. They target the white farmers as the real enemy - the people who 'stole the land from the ancestors and abused the fertile land at the cost of their black brothers' -- but also their kin in the cities and the Western businessmen who ‘own the natural resources of our ancestors’.
With this song and others like it such as Shoot the Boer, and Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer in South Africa, all whites in southern Africa are being singled out as the primary enemy which must be physically annihilated. And this struggle is not yet over: that’s why people must be kept informed – through such songs.
The 'liberation of the farms' is of course the first target of all the terror-movements - including the ruling ANC in South Africa. However they don't limit themselves to farmers: by extention all the 'natural resources' must be handed over the black ownership; all the land in towns and cities must also be handed over to blacks. Moreover, all the physical reminders of 'worldwide imperalism' - the whites - have to be annihilated, including the Christianity they represent. IAnd i its place must come a 'revival of traditional African faith-systems'.
That’s why Afrikaners and Boers have started referring to this ongoing terror as the Boer Genocide. And to try and stop the propaganda encouraging this genocide, their leaders in Afriforum, the Transvaal Agricultural Union and the Solidarity Trade Union movement have obtained a legal High Court Order in Pretoria which this week reconfirmed that singing of this song called for the murder of whites. And that it would be illegal to sing it in South Africa.
Pieter Oosthuizen: “Die Huidige Volksmoord van Afrikaners”.
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