Eugene Terre’Blanche, the recently murdered founder of South Africa’s Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), was laid to rest today. A large crowd of mourners sang Die Stem van Suid-Afrika and waived the flag of the late Republic of South Africa in a touching and dignified ceremony, which took place this morning in Terre’blanche’s hometown of Ventersdorp.
Terre’Blanche’s murder has brought international attention to the simmering racial tension that threatens to ignite the country in flames just as it is poised to take the international stage by hosting its first Football World Cup. The Whites of South Africa are facing genocide at the hands of the black majority, often in the form of vicious farm murders of the type that took the life of Eugene Terre’blanche. These brutal homicides are often described as “wage disputes” by the media in order to obfuscate the fact that Whites are being purged in racially motivated bloodbaths.
The ruling ANC regime is said to be planning massive seizures of White owned land and ANC leaders such as Julius Maleme continue to openly call for the wholesale slaughter of the Boers. Most recently, Malema publicly ridiculed the death of Eugene Terre’blanche, expressing sympathy with the murderers and suggesting that Mr. Terre’Blanche was lower than an animal.
On a related note, Andre Visagie of the AWB recently appeared on South African television, and was provoked into losing his temper and storming off the stage after a confrontation with the kaffir hosts: