South Africa's Farm Murders: Jeanine's Story

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Comment by Less Prone on January 28, 2018 at 3:48pm

I would welcome the South African refugees escaping a genocide. These are the people who lifted the country up economically and culturally and are now being ripped off everything.

Comment by DTOM on January 28, 2018 at 3:02pm

@Less Prone

Oh LP, I know...

The coming internet lockdown across Europe is just the beginning.

I have friends in ZA, who tried to desperately explain the situation to Europeans, years ago.

No-one would listen then, the world seems to be waking up now thanks to the internet - of course now we see that the PTB seek to stop the free-flow of information.

Now the ANC Govt has made it impossible for whites to leave the wonderful 'Rainbow Nation'.

This is modern South Africa.

Meanwhile Capetown will run out of water by May 2018.

It's ironic how many of Louis Theroux's BBC 'propaganda' documentaries now appear in hindsight.


Especially the ones on the Survivalist & Patriot movement and Zionists in Israel

Comment by Less Prone on January 28, 2018 at 11:27am

DTOM, little by little the forces of evil will show a similar face in Europe also. You don't need a time machine to see what's coming.

Comment by DTOM on January 28, 2018 at 11:21am

European MP demands that SA farm murders be put at top of agenda

Janice Atkinson, an independent Member of the European Parliament for the South East England region, formerly representing the UK Independence Party (UKIP), demanded a parliamentary vote condemning farm murders in South Africa.

Published: November 14, 2017, 4:51 pm

Her motion against farm murders was rejected by a majority. She said in South Africa the “situation remains extremely serious”. She described how she had joined the protest against farm murders on #BlackMonday.

“Being a farmer in South Africa is one of the most dangerous professions in the world,” Atkinson pointed out. She added that there were “huge concerns about the functioning of the police” which “strangely enough does not seem to be an issue for the international community”.

She proposed a debate on the matter and demanded a statement from the EU Commission as well as the European Council. Atkinson proposed to have farm murders as the first item on the agenda.

The former Conservative party member, who was expelled from UKIP,  joined the newly formed group in the European Parliament, Europe of Nations and Freedom in 2015. She put forward the motion at the sitting on Monday this week.

Europe of Nations and Freedom, is a political group in the European Parliament with 37 members, the smallest in the European Parliament. The largest party of the group by number of MEPs is the National Front representing almost half of ENL’s MEPs with 17 MEPs out of 40.

The ENF is the parliamentary group of the Movement for a Europe of Nations and Freedom although the Dutch PVV’s MEPs are members of the European Alliance for Freedom and other MEPs are without any European affiliations.

Marine Le Pen announced that a new group in the European Parliament would be launched with representation from seven different member states.

During the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party convention on 30 April 2016, it was announced that Marcus Pretzell, an MEP would join the ENL group.

Atkinson, who is also an associate of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), chided parliamentarians for not taking a stand against the gross human rights abuses currently taking place in South Africa.

Meanwhile South African Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said he was unaware of any demands for farm murder statistics to be made available, despite several requests being made.

“We must never give an impression that there are certain things we are running away from,” Mbalula said disingenuously. “If something has been agreed to, we must honour it.”

But briefing the media afterwards, Mbalula said such crime figures and debates about farm murders would amount to defending “useless things”.

“I don’t want to engage in useless fights,” he said, after the Freedom Front Plus Party castigated the police for failing to provide specific numbers of farm killings and attacks, as they had promised to do.

Comment by DTOM on January 28, 2018 at 11:14am

Hannah Cornelius murder accused blows kisses to girlfriend in court

14 December 2017 - 05:00 By Aron Hyman

The four men accused of the rape and murder of Stellenbosch student Hannah Cornelius seemed more concerned about wooing their lovers in court than the 10 charges they face.

Geraldo Parsons smiled and blew kisses to his girlfriend after he heard that the case was postponed, yet again, to January 25.

He was standing in the dock at the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court with Vernon Witbooi, Eben van Niekerk and Nashville Julius.

Dressed in hoodies and wearing rusty prison chains, the men seemed more at ease than the heavily armed police observing the proceedings.

They have been accused of raping and murdering the 21-year-old after they hijacked and kidnapped her and her friend, Cheslin Marsh, in the early hours of May 27.

Marsh was stabbed and struck with a brick but managed to find help after he was left for dead in Kraaifontein, 15km west of Stellenbosch. Cornelius's head was crushed by a rock after she was stabbed several times.

Comment by DTOM on January 28, 2018 at 10:49am

Hannah Cornelius murder trial heads to High Court

2018-01-26 18:06
Tammy Petersen

Stellenbosch - Four men accused of the murder of Stellenbosch student Hannah Cornelius are to stand trial in the Western Cape High Court.

Eben van Niekerk, Nashwill Julies, Vernon Witbooi and Geraldo Parsons appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court on Friday, where the case was transferred.

It was supposed to be transferred on Thursday, but was rolled over to Friday due to a delay in paperwork related to the transfer.

READ: Paperwork delays Hannah Cornelius murder cas

The accused are to appear in the High Court for their first pre-trial conference on March 9.

The four are accused of murder, kidnapping and rape, following the brutal attack on Cornelius and her close friend Cheslin Marsh in May last year.

Cornelius' body was found on the morning of May 27 on the side of a road, near a wine farm outside Stellenbosch.

She was last seen alive with Marsh hours earlier, when four men approached her car in Bird Street, Stellenbosch.

Her Citi Golf is believed to have been used in an armed robbery in Northpine, between Brackenfell and Kraaifontein, on the day of her murder and is also understood to have been used in a crime in Kuils River.

The men have not yet pleaded, but at a previous court appearance in November, defence attorney Henk Carstens requested the docket to allow his clients to make an "informed decision".

Comment by DTOM on January 28, 2018 at 10:40am


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