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Pos  Admin on Wed Mar 17, 2010 11:21 pm

Die Verkenners en BV hou n streep trek dag by Schanskop so n hanetreetjie van die Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria op Vrydag die 19de Maart 2010
Die aksie vir bedoel om Julius Malema uit te nooi om die Boere by Schanskop te vermoor en die oumense en die plaas boere uit te los
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almal wat hulle wil ondersteun laat weet vir verewigBoerSeun

Julle kan dit hier verkondig of julle kan hom n PM stuur


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Pos  Admin on Fri Mar 19, 2010 7:13 pm

Malema misses high noon shooting
2010-03-19 14:11

Pretoria - ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has not yet arrived to shoot a "boer" at Fort Schanskop, south of Pretoria on Friday.

The national secretary of the Verkenners Beweging (scouts' movement) Ben Geldenhuys was waiting for Malema to come and shoot him, but he had not yet arrived by 12:30.

Last week, Geldenhuys challenged Malema to shoot him, after the youth league leader sang "shoot the boer".

Geldenhuys said if Malema was so keen to shoot a boer, "let him come shoot me instead of inciting other people to murder defenceless elderly farmers and women".

"To make it easy for him, I will wait for him at Fort Schanskop at 12 noon on March 19," he said last week.

Geldenhuys told Sapa while waiting for Malema on Friday: "I haven't backed down, I'll be waiting."

Engage with Malema

ANC spokesperson Ishmael Mnisi said Geldenhuys and his organisation must "engage with" Malema and give him an opportunity to express himself.

"This is just a pre-occupation of something unwarranted," he said referring queries to the youth wing for further comment on the matter.

The league's spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said they were "not going to entertain" Geldenhuys and he "must go and swim with the crocodiles".

Last week, Shivambu insisted that the song was "blown out of proportion" and, like President Jacob Zuma's "Umshini wam", it was a commemorative song about the past.

Malema sang "shoot the boere" while addressing students at the University of Johannesburg, sparking outrage among Afrikaners and others, who said he was inciting violence against whites.

Geldenhuys said 3 000 farmers, most of them elderly women, had been brutally murdered on their farms since the ANC came to power in 1994.

He said this could not simply be ascribed to crime.



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