Lindley massacre. Boer movements and genocide PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 December 2010 15:58

Lindley court, 5th December 2010. Five accused

Monday, 5th December 2010, in the court of Lindley (a small town situated on the banks of the Vals River in the eastern Orange Free State), began the trial of six men accused of being responsible of the massacre of the Boer family: Potgieter, exterminated the 2nd December. All suspects are blacks, five of the six are: Tshololo Tello Mischach Letala (18 y.o.), Tapa Mopontola Mofokeng (23), Paulus Samson Vusimuzi Khumalo (22), Telleko Sex Seekoei (19) and Stemmer Boy Mofokeng (22). They are charged with the brutally murdered of: Attie Potgieter (40), his wife Wilna, 36, and their 2 y.o. (some sources say: 3 y.o.). daughter, Willemien.
The Lindley Magistrate’s Court postponed the case to December 13 for further investigations.
Outside the court there were about 300 people, including many Boer demonstrators.
Was present also Pieter Mulder, leader of Vryheidsfront Plus (VF+, Freedom Front Plus - FF+) and Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for the current regime, which sought to exploit the event for propaganda and constituencies purposes. His criticism about ANC, with which his party has always collaborated and who has sold all southern Africa, is grotesque as dangerous. The fake alternatives serve only to weaken the real ones.
At Lindley was also present some leaders of Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB, Afrikaner Resistance Movement) and other movements.
The AWB, the next day (6th December), issued a statement signed by Steyn van Ronge (its new leader after the assassination of Terre’Blanche) which expresses the mood of a people which is subjected to an extermination. The AWB doesn’t assume responsibility for any individual actions of its members, and calls all whites to train to survive.
Piet Rudolph, of the Orde Boerevolk, called all Boer organizations to meet and collaborate each other despite their differences. We must put end to the extermination of the Boers and that will not come by itself. He writes, in a statement of the 7th December: “I hear the voice of murdered in a choir. I hear the baritone voice of a man [Terre’Blanche. Ed] who was willing to fight but was killed; I heard the voice of little “Willemientjie” [Willemien. Ed] Potgieter […].”
The Verkennersbeweging (Boer scout movement), in a statement of the 7th December, highlighted the responsibility of the regime in this extermination campaign, encouraged by his hate campaign. Specific reference is made to Julius Malema, leader of the ANC Youth League (ANCYL), who sang many times, publicly, “Shoot the Boer”, historical ANC anthem, violent and racist but “politically correct”. The Verkennersbeweging denounced the death of 90 Afrikaners (with reference to all Whites Afrikaans-speaking) from 8th March 2010, a data that emerges from media reports, even if anyone know how many murders aren’t reported by media. The Verkennersbeweging is involved in Projek 2010, a website that tries to keep track of all murders of Afrikaners.
BKA (Boere Krisis Aksie), ZARP (Zuid Afrikaanse Republikeinse Party) and GR (Geloftevolk Republikeine) are trying to organize protest actions, possibly in collaboration with other movements, to denounce the extermination of whites in southern Africa, and ask self-determination for the Boer people.