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Friday, 18 September 2009 Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day ( Following report shortened considerbaly, however,

does gives an idea of the extent of farm/rural murders committed in South Africa, and the absolute inability or unwillingness of the ANC government to address this atrocious and reckless violation of human rights. The situation is far worse than than in Mugabe's Zimbabwe and it is incredible to believe that any government, however racist, would alow its only food production source to be wilfully destroyed in this barbaric manner.) Dr Alan Boesak: Africans farm murders are a burning question for all South

September 18. 2009 -- A South African radio station has set a world-record yesterday -- having the names and the often harrowing details of the last moments of 1,650 rural murder victims read out over the air in one solid 8-hour broadcasting session. Trade Union Solidarity spokesman Flip Buys which runs the radio station http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za said they would have needed at least two more days to read all the known names of victims. More than 3,080farm-dwellers have already been murdered in the politically-motivated rural murder-siege targetting white families since 1991 and tens of thousands of families have been attacked. View our regularly-updated name list Well-known SA political personalities such as world-famous liberation-theologian Dr Alan Boesak and South African TV actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards read name-lists over the air. Together with many well-known Afrikaner leaders, and even family members of farm-murder victims. Boesak Allan :- Liberation Theologian South Africa Speakls up Against Farm Murders Sept17. 2009 Dr Boesak said at the start of launching into his list of names, that these farm murders are a burning question which is important to all South Africans. Boesak : Whenever crime strikes one remote farm family, it also strikes at all of us. The danger to which one person is exposed, also poses a threat to any other South African. If specific groups of people are seen as targets which can be attacked without punishment, it also means that we, all of us South Africans, have also failed in caring for each other. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Boesak Before the start of the day-long broadcast, listeners had received emails warning them that this broadcast would be very emotional for many relatives of farm-murder victims. And indeed this turned out to be the case, with even professional radio-broadcasters clearly heard choking back tears as they described the details of the murders of so so many defenceless rural people on the air yesterday. http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za The radio station s server was jammed within just minutes after the start of the broadcast at 8am, with listeners from throughout South Africa and at least 45 other countries logging in to listen, said Solidary trade union spokesmen, the controllers of the radio station. In fact they got such a rapid overload that South Africa s country s slow-speed lines couldn t handle the sudden strain, and their technicians had to hurriedly Jerry-rig extra servers to manage the sudden peak in Internet traffic. Radio Solidarity spokesmen noted that more than one-million South Africans, mostly white Afrikaans-speakers, have already emigrated, mainly due to this

violence-driven crime epidemic targetting them and their families. And many of these exiles logged in throughout Thursday from at least 45 countries, ranging from China, Australia, New Zealand and every country in Europe, they said, to listen to the live and often very moving day-long broadcast; also, hundreds of emails streamed in, listing the names of their murdered relatives which the listeners also wanted read on the air. It was like a day of mourning, a kind of emotional cleansing, as these facts have never all been heard together in such a single broadcast before, said Solidarity spokesman Honeyborne Bella widow murdered farmer Piet, goedehoop Blinkpan May2009 One of the readers, a realtive of farm-murder victim Piet Honeyborne on April 30 2009, (right) burst into tears as she read the details of the gruesome way in which he was attacked. She said the surviving family also had to leave their crash-crop farm because they feared to return after the murder, and their workers thus also were left without any housing or income. There 3,080 more, their eight are so many names of rural murder victims in South Africa -- more than that the station would have needed at least two days, but probably to describe all the known murders on the air. However, they limited list to reading them out for only one day - 1,650 names. It took them hours and it provided some very harrowing listening.

The trade union also said that the names of the murder-victims read on the air were chosen for their conservative content and compiled from the Transvaal Agricultural Union s records. The TLU start compiling these records after it was realised that the official SA Police Service statistics often failed to list these farm attacks for political reasons. Some of the attacks are too gruesome including details of white women and men slaughtered alive to cut off their body parts for use in traditional medicine (muti) to broadcast over the air. Some of the known names (many were never published) also were duplicated on a number of lists circulating on the internet, and the TLU spent a long time analysing and verifying all these records. Their name-lists read on the air yesterday also included non-deadly attacks and - related attacks on farm-workers. * http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com/2009/09/alphabetic-nam... Most farm murders NOT carried out by disgruntled workers.. ANC-propaganda contrary to

Among the facts which Solidarity read out on the air yesterday was that in the ten years up to 2006, about 2,017 people were murdered on commercial farms and of these attacks, only 2,8% were carried out by farm workers -contrary to the ANC-propaganda. By the end of August 2009, our records show that at least 3,080 farm dwellers were murdered: thus over the past three years, there has been a dramatic increase in the deadly force used in these attacks. According to the database maintained by the Transvaal Agricultural Union, 64% percent of all the attacks between 1993 and 2009 resulted in murder. Solidarity union spokesmen say that the extent of the murder-attacks on rural farm dwellers now has become so vast that it will take at least eight hours just to read out 1,650 of the names while more than 3,000 farm murders having been carried out since 1991. About 25% of the farm murders also included violence against farm workers and their families, Solidarity noted, and 70% of all the victims were

farm-owners. * According to Statistics SA, commercial farmers hire an average of 22 farm workers (permanent and seasonal). This means that due to these murders, some 31,000 farm workers have lost their jobs and housing and that statistic does not include the loss of income for their families and dependants. Solidarity s videos online at their Kyknet site: http://www.S-Tube.co.za<http://www.s-tube.co.za/>-Hennie Heymans Posbus 11704 Queenswood 0121 Tel 012 329 4229 Sel 072 336 1755 Reply Reply to author Forward Report spam Reporting spam Message reported Rate this post: Text for clearing space

You must Sign in before you can post messages. To post a message you must first join this group. Please update your nickname on the subscription settings page before posting. You do not have the permission required to post. Steve Seargent View profile More options Sep 19, 10:20 pm From: Steve Seargent <sabadge...@yahoo.co.uk> Date: Sat, 19 Sep 2009 21:20:54 +0100 Local: Sat, Sep 19 2009 10:20 pm Subject: Re: [ArmyTalk:13573] Fwd: Fw: Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day Reply | Reply to author | Forward | Print | Individual message | Show original | Report this message | Find messages by this author That is the price of freedom Hennie, what ever way any of the people want to wrap in, those who whinge on about security police targeting innocent Takhaars at English speaking Universities. Those who say SA is better for no Apartheid may be it is, I am not there to experience the crime violence and apparent failure of public services for the average black person that make it better, that same violence and crime having personally touched my life and finally wrecked it. Those that say that they have never had it so good are mainly ANC acolytes. Most of those old Free Mandella, end conscription, pro ANC supporters are no longer in the SA they so desperately wanted, they have left because hey it hasn't worked out for me dude. They wanted the trappings of the crime free affluence, retain their elitist positions and homes whilst been seen as the benevolent whitey who was prepared to kick out the horrid Afrikaaner, they thought that they could control the genie they let out the bottle because they controlled the economy. Much like those whites who wanted Mugabe in in

Rhodesia. They didn't but those self same international money pirates that wanted Smith smashed because he did not want his people enslaved by them do. The truth is the new racism is far more brutal and far more insidious that any it replaced. The new corruption is far deeper far more detrimental to the public at large that anything perpetrated by the last lot. Still the ANC have bloody good teachers with pommie government thieving bastards that are sent out to teach them. Another painful truth is the average SA city dweller does not give a toss about the farm murders he is too busy protecting his own little patch to worry about the farmer. The old ingrained image of the Boer as some one who is out only to oppress rape and pillage his long suffering labourers is the myth that has long been perpetrated both in SA and abroad it suited the mainly English speaking liberal press and their followers to continue it. The younger Afrikaaner is just as much to blame as his English speaking colleagues on this score. So in short whilst the Radio broadcast is admirable it will do diddly squat for these poor people who are like the Polish Jews caught in a country that hated them and were barred from leaving because nobody wanted them in the world either. The poor sod who got his refugee status in Canada will have it removed by the courts because good god it is not PC to admit that those beautiful rainbow nation blacks can actually be racist. Mandella isn't so they cannot be either. Of course if they are its payback for all those years when SA prospered both black and white against the wishes of the lets stuff Africa completely brigade. It was interesting to see the reaction to that decision here on Army Talk as well. The old crabs in the bucket syndrome. End of rant. Cheers Steve 2009/9/19 Hennie Heymans <heyman...@gmail.com> - Hide quoted text - Show quoted text > > > > > > > > > Friday, 18 September 2009 Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day ( Following report shortened considerbaly, however, does gives an idea of the extent of farm/rural murders committed in South Africa, and the absolute inability or unwillingness of the ANC government to address this atrocious and reckless violation of human rights. The situation is far worse than than in Mugabe's Zimbabwe and it is incredible to believe that any government, however racist, would alow its only food production source to be wilfully destroyed in this barbaric manner.)

> Dr Alan Boesak: farm murders are a burning question for all South > Africans > > > > September 18. 2009 -- A South African radio station has set a world-record yesterday -- having the names and the often harrowing details of the last moments of 1,650 rural murder victims read out over the air in one solid 8-hour broadcasting session.

> Trade Union Solidarity spokesman Flip Buys which runs the radio station > http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za said they would have needed at least > two more days to read all the known names of victims. More than 3,080farm-dwel lers have already been murdered in the politically-motivated rural > murder-siege targetting white families since 1991 and tens of thousands of > families have been attacked. View our regularly-updated name list > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Well-known SA political personalities such as world-famous liberation-theologian Dr Alan Boesak and South African TV actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards read name-lists over the air. Together with many well-known Afrikaner leaders, and even family members of farm-murder victims. Boesak Allan :- Liberation Theologian South Africa Speakls up Against Farm Murders Sept17. 2009 Dr Boesak said at the start of launching into his list of names, that these farm murders are a burning question which is important to all South Africans. Boesak : Whenever crime strikes one remote farm family, it also strikes at all of us. The danger to which one person is exposed, also poses a threat to any other South African. If specific groups of people are seen as targets which can be attacked without punishment, it also means that we, all of us South Africans, have also failed in caring for each other. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Boesak Before the start of the day-long broadcast, listeners had received emails warning them that this broadcast would be very emotional for many relatives of farm-murder victims. And indeed this turned out to be the case, with even professional radio-broadcasters clearly heard choking back tears as they described the details of the murders of so so many defenceless rural people on the air yesterday. http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za The radio station s server was jammed within just minutes after the start of the broadcast at 8am, with listeners from throughout South Africa and at least 45 other countries logging in to listen, said Solidary trade union spokesmen, the controllers of the radio station. In fact they got such a rapid overload that South Africa s country s slow-speed lines couldn t handle the sudden strain, and their technicians had to hurriedly Jerry-rig extra servers to manage the sudden peak in Internet traffic. Radio Solidarity spokesmen noted that more than one-million South Africans, mostly white Afrikaans-speakers, have already emigrated, mainly due to this violence-driven crime epidemic targetting them and their families. And many of these exiles logged in throughout Thursday from at least 45 countries, ranging from China, Australia, New Zealand and every country in Europe, they said, to listen to the live and often very moving day-long broadcast; also, hundreds of emails streamed in, listing the names of their murdered relatives which the listeners also wanted read on the air.

> It was like a day of mourning, a kind of emotional cleansing, as these > facts have never all been heard together in such a single broadcast > before, said Solidarity spokesman > > > > > > Honeyborne Bella widow murdered farmer Piet, goedehoop Blinkpan May2009 One of the readers, a realtive of farm-murder victim Piet Honeyborne on April 30 2009, (right) burst into tears as she read the details of the gruesome way in which he was attacked. She said the surviving family also had to leave their crash-crop farm because they feared to return after the murder, and their workers thus also were left without any housing or income.

> There are so many names of rural murder victims in South Africa -- more

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than 3,080 that the station would have needed at least two days, but probably more, to describe all the known murders on the air. However, they limited their list to reading them out for only one day - 1,650 names. It took them eight hours and it provided some very harrowing listening. The trade union also said that the names of the murder-victims read on the air were chosen for their conservative content and compiled from the Transvaal Agricultural Union s records. The TLU start compiling these records after it was realised that the official SA Police Service statistics often failed to list these farm attacks for political reasons. Some of the attacks are too gruesome including details of white women and men slaughtered alive to cut off their body parts for use in traditional medicine (muti) to broadcast over the air. Some of the known names (many were never published) also were duplicated on a number of lists circulating on the internet, and the TLU spent a long time analysing and verifying all these records. Their name-lists read on the air yesterday also included non-deadly attacks and - related attacks on farm-workers.

> * > http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com/2009/09/alphabetic-nam... > Most farm murders NOT > ANC-propaganda > > > > > > > > > > > carried out by disgruntled workers.. contrary to

Among the facts which Solidarity read out on the air yesterday was that in the ten years up to 2006, about 2,017 people were murdered on commercial farms and of these attacks, only 2,8% were carried out by farm workers -contrary to the ANC-propaganda. By the end of August 2009, our records show that at least 3,080 farm dwellers were murdered: thus over the past three years, there has been a dramatic increase in the deadly force used in these attacks. According to the database maintained by the Transvaal Agricultural Union, 64% percent of all the attacks between 1993 and 2009 resulted in murder. Solidarity union spokesmen say that the extent of the murder-attacks on rural farm dwellers now has become so vast that it will take at least eight hours just to read out 1,650 of the names

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Date: Sat, 19 Sep 2009 22:56:31 +0200 Local: Sat, Sep 19 2009 10:56 pm Subject: RE: [ArmyTalk:13576] Re: Fwd: Fw: Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day Reply | Reply to author | Forward | Print | Individual message | Show original | Report this message | Find messages by this author Amen Steve, very well said! Cheers Bert _____ From: armytalk@googlegroups.com [mailto:armytalk@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Steve Seargent Sent: 19 September 2009 10:21 PM To: armytalk@googlegroups.com Subject: [ArmyTalk:13576] Re: Fwd: Fw: Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day That is the price of freedom Hennie, what ever way any of the people want to wrap in, those who whinge on about security police targeting innocent Takhaars at English speaking Universities. Reply Reply to author Forward Report spam Reporting spam Message reported Rate this post: Text for clearing space

You must Sign in before you can post messages. To post a message you must first join this group. Please update your nickname on the subscription settings page before posting. You do not have the permission required to post. richard leeder View profile More options Sep 20, 7:24 am From: richard leeder <edhon...@iinet.net.au> Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 13:24:25 +0800 Local: Sun, Sep 20 2009 7:24 am Subject: Re: [ArmyTalk:13573] Fwd: Fw: Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day Reply | Reply to author | Forward | Print | Individual message | Show original | Report this message | Find messages by this author That was harrowing to read, I had no idea how bad thing had become. Is there nothing that can be done? On 19/09/2009, at 10:05 PM, Hennie Heymans wrote: - Hide quoted text - Show quoted text > Friday, 18 September 2009 > Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day ( Following report

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shortened considerbaly, however, does gives an idea of the extent of farm/rural murders committed in South Africa, and the absolute inability or unwillingness of the ANC government to address this atrocious and reckless violation of human rights. The situation is far worse than than in Mugabe's Zimbabwe and it is incredible to believe that any government, however racist, would alow its only food production source to be wilfully destroyed in this barbaric manner.)

> Dr Alan Boesak: farm murders are a burning question for all South > Africans > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > September 18. 2009 -- A South African radio station has set a worldrecord yesterday -- having the names and the often harrowing details of the last moments of 1,650 rural murder victims read out over the air in one solid 8-hour broadcasting session. Trade Union Solidarity spokesman Flip Buys which runs the radio station http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za said they would have needed at least two more days to read all the known names of victims. More than 3,080 farm-dwellers have already been murdered in the politically-motivated rural murder-siege targetting white families since 1991 and tens of thousands of families have been attacked. View our regularly-updated name list Well-known SA political personalities such as world-famous liberation-theologian Dr Alan Boesak and South African TV actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards read name-lists over the air. Together with many well-known Afrikaner leaders, and even family members of farmmurder victims. Boesak Allan :- Liberation Theologian South Africa Speakls up Against Farm Murders Sept17. 2009 Dr Boesak said at the start of launching into his list of names, that these farm murders are a burning question which is important to all South Africans. Boesak : Whenever crime strikes one remote farm family, it also strikes at all of us. The danger to which one person is exposed, also poses a threat to any other South African. If specific groups of people are seen as targets which can be attacked without punishment, it also means that we, all of us South Africans, have also failed in caring for each other. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Boesak

> Before the start of the day-long broadcast, listeners had received > emails warning them that this broadcast would be very emotional for > many relatives of farm-murder victims. And indeed this turned out to > be the case, with even professional radio-broadcasters clearly heard > choking back tears as they described the details of the murders of > so so many defenceless rural people on the air yesterday. http://www.solidarit eitradio.co.za > > > > > > > > The radio station s server was jammed within just minutes after the start of the broadcast at 8am, with listeners from throughout South Africa and at least 45 other countries logging in to listen, said Solidary trade union spokesmen, the controllers of the radio station. In fact they got such a rapid overload that South Africa s country s slow-speed lines couldn t handle the sudden strain, and their technicians had to hurriedly Jerry-rig extra servers to manage the sudden peak in Internet traffic.

> > > > > > > > >

Radio Solidarity spokesmen noted that more than one-million South Africans, mostly white Afrikaans-speakers, have already emigrated, mainly due to this violence-driven crime epidemic targetting them and their families. And many of these exiles logged in throughout Thursday from at least 45 countries, ranging from China, Australia, New Zealand and every country in Europe, they said, to listen to the live and often very moving day-long broadcast; also, hundreds of emails streamed in, listing the names of their murdered relatives which the listeners also wanted read on the air.

> It was like a day of mourning, a kind of emotional cleansing, as > these facts have never all been heard together in such a single > broadcast before, said Solidarity spokesman > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Honeyborne Bella widow murdered farmer Piet, goedehoop Blinkpan May2009 One of the readers, a realtive of farm-murder victim Piet Honeyborne on April 30 2009, (right) burst into tears as she read the details of the gruesome way in which he was attacked. She said the surviving family also had to leave their crash-crop farm because they feared to return after the murder, and their workers thus also were left without any housing or income. There are so many names of rural murder victims in South Africa -more than 3,080 that the station would have needed at least two days, but probably more, to describe all the known murders on the air. However, they limited their list to reading them out for only one day - 1,650 names. It took them eight hours and it provided some very harrowing listening. The trade union also said that the names of the murder-victims read on the air were chosen for their conservative content and compiled from the Transvaal Agricultural Union s records. The TLU start compiling these records after it was realised that the official SA Police Service statistics often failed to list these farm attacks for political reasons. Some of the attacks are too gruesome including details of white women and men slaughtered alive to cut off their body parts for use in traditional medicine (muti) to broadcast over the air. Some of the known names (many were never published) also were duplicated on a number of lists circulating on the internet, and the TLU spent a long time analysing and verifying all these records. Their name-lists read on the air yesterday also included non-deadly attacks and - related attacks on farm-workers.

> * http://afrikaner-genocide-achives.blogspot.com/2009/09/alphabetic-nam... > Most farm murders NOT carried out by disgruntled workers.. > contrary to ANC-propaganda > > > > > > > > > > Among the facts which Solidarity read out on the air yesterday was that in the ten years up to 2006, about 2,017 people were murdered on commercial farms and of these attacks, only 2,8% were carried out by farm workers -- contrary to the ANC-propaganda. By the end of August 2009, our records show that at least 3,080 farm dwellers were murdered: thus over the past three years, there has been a dramatic increase in the deadly force used in these attacks. According to the database maintained by the Transvaal Agricultural Union, 64% percent of all the attacks between 1993 and 2009 resulted in murder. Solidarity union spokesmen say that the extent of the

> murder-attacks on rural farm dwellers now has become so vast that it > will take at least eight hours just to read out 1,650 of the names > while more than 3,000 farm murders having been carried out since 1991. > About 25% of the farm murders also included violence against farm > workers and their families, Solidarity noted, and 70% of all the > victims were farm-owners. > > > > > * According to Statistics SA, commercial farmers hire an average of 22 farm workers (permanent and seasonal). This means that due to these murders, some 31,000 farm workers have lost their jobs and housing and that statistic does not include the loss of income for their families and dependants.

> Solidarity s videos online at their Kyknet site: http://www.S-Tube.co.za > > > > > > > > -Hennie Heymans Posbus 11704 Queenswood 0121 Tel 012 329 4229 Sel 072 336 1755

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You must Sign in before you can post messages. To post a message you must first join this group. Please update your nickname on the subscription settings page before posting. You do not have the permission required to post. Jakes Louw View profile More options Sep 21, 7:39 am From: Jakes Louw <jakesl...@gmail.com> Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 07:39:59 +0200 Local: Mon, Sep 21 2009 7:39 am Subject: Re: [ArmyTalk:13583] Re: Fwd: Fw: Radio world record: 1,650 murders in one day Reply | Reply to author | Forward | Print | Individual message | Show original | Report this message | Find messages by this author Yes, there are things that can be done, but none of them liberal enough for our ANC masters and their overseas puppeteers. We, the rural white farmers, have been impaled on the spikes of liberalism, denialism, and political correctness, and then kicked to the earth with reverse-racism. Farming as an industry in SA is declining massively, and we are now a nett importer of most crops. The government just wants to follow its own agenda, at the expense of agriculture and the goodwill of the (predominantly)

Afrikaner boer. Yes, there are still some farmers out there that are idiots and don't follow the ROE, but let me tell you, they are catching on fast, and putting their own structures in place, parallel to the existing Safety & Security, to counter invasions, farm murders, and general mayhem. But the police have an eagle eye on the FARMERS, not the perps. In a recent incident here (televised on Kyknet recently), a local farmer's dogs attacked some robbers busy robbing his store. He was IMMEDIATELY arrested for aggravated assault and thrown in a cell for the weekend. The robbers were loaded up into police vans and allowed to return home to Ga Rankuwa, without being charged. In a bizarre twist, while the farmer was trying to SAVE the robbers from the dogs, he was bitten as well! He was released on R3000 bail. A black suspect arrested with an unlicensed firearm on a local farm was released on R300 bail. Now you go figure that out.