Friday, December 25, 2009

Zuma needs to clamp down hard on AbaThembu before Afrikaner separatism ignites



Related: Thembuland. I like the sound of it!

So why is this so urgent? And why is that Lily liver Libby, Michael Trapido, from Richmark Sentinel, not afraid of 10 million people of the AbaThembu tribe, but seems to be shit scared of a few hundred thousand Afrikaaners?

Zuma cannot clamp down on his own fattened dick, let alone clamp down on the AbaThembu. Rock on tribalism! OLOL, time to hit the crunk juice!


Afrikaner separatism is as enduring a concept as it is one which blows hot and cold. A Volkstaat (people's state), the proposal for the establishment of self determination for the Boer minority in South Africa, according to federal principles, but alluding to full independence, is never far away from the lips of those who see it as their solution to South Africa's problems.

The Freedom Front Plus, Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging and even the Boeremag - before they all got arrested in 2003 - are all proponents of the Volkstaat principle and any concession or even lip-service paid to those who would break away from South Africa, for whatever reason, will result in a backlash from those who seek independence in earnest.

After the elections this year President Jacob Zuma reached out to the Afrikaner community in terms of visiting them and making appointments in Cabinet from outside the ANC. This however will not satisfy those who seek to form their own country. They are simply biding their time and waiting for an example or opportunity, just like the one presented by the AbaThembu clan in the Eastern Cape province.

AbaThembu King, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, has officially notified Zuma's office that the tribe is withdrawing from the South African government and will be breaking away to form its own state during 2010.

This is the clan from which President Nelson Mandela emanates.

The lawyers for Dalindyebo simultaneously with their notification to Zuma, of withdrawing from South Africa, served notice on the National Prosecuting Authority calling for them to drop charges which include inter alia culpable homicide, assault GBH and kidnapping, against their client.

Dalindyebo was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in the Mthatha High Court in October.

In addition the attorneys gave the NPA a deadline to withdraw the charges by Monday, submit an apology by January 5th and pay damages in the sum of R900 million. They noted for good measure that according to their information AbaThembu constitutes the largest tribe in the country with estimated figures in excess of ten million and that about 60% of the land in South Africa legitimately belongs to them.

They then concluded by saying that the clan will choose a certain day to be declared a 'National Day of Siege' during which they will burn the national flag and their membership cards of the ANC.

An ANC spokesman allegedly dismissed the notice as a joke.

If he did, best he stop laughing quickly and formulate a response to the king which confirms that regardless of whether his people elect to begin a process of breaking away from South Africa, the King will be serving the 15 year jail term. Even foreigners who commit crimes in South Africa still go to jail here.

In addition that the President and the country does not take kindly to extortion from anyone.

Perhaps concluding with a note to the attorneys to the effect that unless they can demonstrate why their actions are not an attempt at extortion, they too will be spending time with the NPA and it won't just be for the king.

South Africa cannot allow anyone who even suggests separatism as an answer to be taken lightly.

There are those who are deadly serious about it and any sign of weakness will be all the signal that they will ever need.

5 Opinion(s):

Dachshund said...
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Dachshund said...

Exactly! Why doesn't Jacob Zuma send master of extortion Julius Malema to mouth off at Dalindyebo?

Case of biting off more than the fat Pedi boy can chew?

Anonymous said...

Resistance is futile.
The eventual creation of a homeland for whites will happen.
Resistance is futile.

What is most interesting is that "Wat is die waarheid", a book that details the visions of Siener van Rensburg starts of with the formation of a white homeland.

Obviously this book is slightly different to the other one that depicts Uhuru and other crap like that, that Siener never actually saw.

Anonymous said...

And it is about a white homeland, not an Afrikaner volkstaat.

Maybe Trapido should check his reasons, because I cannot see anything bad about the formation of a white homeland.

Under apartheid all blacks ethnic groups had a homeland they could call their own. The whites developed South Africa, so to say that they deserve to have the same HONOUR, of having their own homeland bestowed on them, as the whites did for the blacks under apartheid, is asking very little.

Why is it that evil apartheid did for the blacks what most whites today wish the blacks would do for the whites?

The homeland idea was great and it only failed because the blacks could not develop on their own. They also paid income tax, so the 2million tax paying whites had to try to develop the black homelands for the blacks. The problem with that was that the blacks multiplied like flies and the white tax paying base did not.

Dachshund said...

There's a bigger obstacle to a white homeland than the ANC government and that's the continued white reliance on the maid. The gardener isn't such a problem as there are garden services. But the maid, that's a biggie.

White South African men are very conservative (read: lazy slobs), so the only way to change is to force change by emigrating.