Piet Rudolph causes trouble… to Empire. Piet Rudolph – Jaco Mulder, the differences Print
Sunday, 20 February 2011 02:36

On 17 February 2011, at Paardekraal (Krugersdorp), at the meeting of the Volksraad Verkiesing Kommissie (VVK, in English: “Electoral Commission for the Election of a Boer-Afrikaner People’s Assembly”) - during which occurred some clashes and the Boer patriot Piet “Skiet” Rudolph has been arrested by the police of the capitalist-communist empire that rules over southern Africa - was also present Jaco Mulder, Provincial Leader of the Vryheidsfront Plus (VF +, in English: Freedom Front Plus, FF+) for the Gauteng (name given by Empire to a small area including the cities of Pretoria and Johannesburg).
What was he doing, at a meeting of Boer indipendentists (if a meeting of Boer indipendentists was), the representative of a political party that, since its foundation, sits in the parliament of the Empire, and whose national leader (Dr. Pieter Mulder) is even a deputy minister of the Empire?
On these days, many people have spoken about clashes caused by “agents provocateurs”. Surely, a meeting of Boer indipendentists (if a meeting of Boer indipendentists was), will not see the Boer patriots as enemies. But it will see as enemies all those Afrikaners that sold themselves to Empire. Starting with Afrikaners of VF+.
Jaco Mulder, interviewed after the clashes, said: “It surprised me that Piet Rudolph is still at large, because he causes trouble wherever he goes.” Only someone who is on the Empire’s side may seeks jail for a Boer patriot. But Jaco Mulder are right about one thing: Piet “Skiet” Rudolph always causes trouble, to the Empire that rules over southern Africa. While others, such as VF+, serve it and take profit from that.

Here there are some photos of Piet “Skiet” Rudolph and Jaco Mulder.
Look the differences

Jaco Mulder and dott. Pieter Mulder

Piet Rudolph. Orde Boerevolk, 1990

Piet Rudolph. Battle of Ventersdorp, 1991

The differences between Jaco Mulder and Piet “Skiet” Rudolph are all here. One side, a Boer patriot who spent all his life for his nation, without compromising, on the frontline, on the other an Afrikaner who is part of a political party organic to the empire that rules over southern Africa.