Tuesday, 3 April 2018

The Relevance of 06 April South Africa

Van Riebeeck's Day

06 April 1652 

EFF leader Julius Malema. Picture: GALLO IMAGES
EFF leader Julius Malema. Picture: GALLO IMAGES

"An EFF statement‚ released on Monday after the party’s national plenum‚ said that as part of its national programme of action: "On April 6, all branches of the EFF will partake in land occupation struggles. These struggles highlight the urgent need for this country to resolve the land question by expropriating land without compensation for equal redistribution."

In 2017 Front Nationaal used the South African Court system to stop Julius Malema from mass land invasion. This was BierPens participation in the action to ready people, white people, against mass action from EFF. It was a huge success in the sense of Old Military Commanders got in touch with each other over whats app groups. The roll out of Community Policing Forums from this one exercise was huge.  

As we stand today Parliament has moved on a motion to change The South African Constitution. Since this is racially motivated in Parliament it is a declaration of war against White People. Since it is against International Law to Expropriate Land without compensation such amendments is a declaration of War against All South Africans. (My Oath) So the "Die Stem" verse "Ons Sal Offer Wat Jy Vra" has nothing to do with Racial Hate, but everything to do with "we will do what is needed in the best Interest of South Africa". The ANC has proven in their 24 years they have no empathy towards the people of South Africa, irrespective of their race or culture, and no responsibility towards the truth. 

Jan van Riebeeck
06 April 1652 

God send White people to help the victimised Nguni Tribe, running away from all sorts of Evil in Central Africa, to secure the riches of Southern Africa and become the Breadbasket of Africa. Many trails and tribulation faced all races and Cultures and many wars was fought and negotiations led to Land Ownership in South Africa. 

Venda, Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique, Transkei, Ciskei and eventually the independence of South Africa. The only people who willingly gave up their independence was The White and Zulu Nation of South Africa. It is time we admit the Zulu Nation  done this under false pretences. Time they take back what belongs to them. The Province of KZN. 

06 April 1979 
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Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu 
(10 July 1956 – 6 April 1979) was a South African operative of the African National Congress (ANC) militant wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK). He was convicted of murder and hanged in 1979.

This was one of the Apartheid regime skeletons I did know about. Since they executed this man on 06 April 1979 it made sense that any uprising against white people will happen on 06 April for various symbolic reasons. How ever something is in the detail. 

Truth and Reconciliation Commission 
The commission examined the cases of Solomon Mahlangu and Monty Motaung and found that both of them were responsible for the deaths of Mr Rupert Kessner and Mr Kenneth Wolfendale. It also found both Mahlangu and Motaung guilty of gross human rights violations. Lastly it found both the African National Congress and the commanding officer of Umkhonto we Sizwe guilty of gross human rights violations.[3]:592–594 

Any suspected wrong doing by The Apartheid Government was put to rest by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. We must remember that not all Whites was pro War. War was forced on us by various dark agents whom we yet to expose. The Truth will prevail. 

Jacob Zuma 
06 April 2018 

FILE: Jacob Zuma delivering an address on 14 February 2018 in which he announced his resignation as president of South Africa. Picture: GCIS

Now this is why 06 April is significant for "Black War" Mongers. We know that President Ramaphosa has warned factions not to ready themselves for Jacob's Court Appearance.  This makes one wonder why in it's infinite Wisdom has the NPA decided on 06 April 2018?

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