Thursday, December 20, 2012
Four White South African Patriots Arrested For High Treason In Association With Alleged Nationwide Plot To Bomb President Jacob Zuma
Some within the White nationalist movement believe we should write off South Africa and leave White South Africans to fend for themselves because their leader, De Klerk, quietly handed over the country to the black supremacist African National Congress (ANC) in 1994 with barely a whimper.
However, this attitude would disrespect the activism of those few remaining White South African patriots who think they can save the country -- or at least carve out an Afrikaner-dominated state in the Cape Province. And four White South African patriots were arrested on December 16th, 2012 and accused of plotting to bomb an ANC conference in Mangaung attended by President Jacob Zuma and dozens of top government officials. The conference is expected to be the first step towards Zuma's renomination and his anticipated re-election to another five-year presidential term. However, a police spokesman claimed the four detainees were planning additional acts of terrorism around the whole country, and the Federal Freedom Party (Federale Vryheidsparty) is now under scrutiny because two of the men were members of that organization.
The suspects are said to be in their 40s and 50s. The Mail & Guardian reveals that one of the detainees is the Federal Freedom Party's president, identified from their website as Hein Boonzaaier, while another detainee was not identified by name but was said to be a member of the party's executive council. Francois Cloete, the party's national secretary, said that the two arrested men had been denied access to their legal teams. "There are also rumours circulating that the government seeks to create a second Boeremag case to once again impose fear in [the minds of] the conservative whites, while their rights are already being trampled on a daily basis...This is just another clear sign to try and derail freedom-seekers to obtain self-determination", Cloete wrote.
On December 19th, IOL confirmed that the four detainees are the party's president Hein Boonzaaier, who was arrested in Centurion; the party's operational manager Johan Prinsloo, who was arrested in Springs; Mark Trollip, who was arrested on the road between Kimberley and Douglas in the Northern Cape; and Martin Keevy, who was arrested at a guesthouse in Bloemfontein. The four made their first court appearance at Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on December 18th; their case has been postponed until January 8th, and they remain in custody. The Federal Freedom Party also announced that they have suspended Boonzaaier and Prinsloo from the party until further notice, and that the party will still contest the 2014 general election in a bid to get a mandate for self-determination for the Afrikaner people.
Analysis: On Mike Smith's Commentary, Mike Smith, a former contributor to the now-defunct South Africa Sucks blog, thinks that the whole thing is being blown out of proportion to distract South Africans from the ill effects of ANC misrule. He notes that in the run-up to the Manguang conference, Zuma had some stiff opposition as the ANC has lost a lot of support due to corruption and misrule. Smith points out that the tactics of the Marxists is to create an enemy where none exists, being that it is an ideology of hatred towards a minority. Without a scapegoat to blame for all their self-created mess, nobody will support them. So who else to blame than the usual villains; White Afrikaners. He reminds readers that every time the ANC loses support, they scratch out some “White Afrikaner rightwing plot” and parade the “villains” in front of the Proles so they can again appear as the “saviours of the nation”. This, of course, is quite similar to what the US government did with the Hutaree militia and the Schaeffer Cox militia.
Censorbugbear posts several additional media stories that show hypocrisy and confusion amongst the authorities, and also notes that the arrests took place on the anniversary of the Battle of Blood River in 1838, where a handful of Boers defeated an army of 15,000 Zulus.