Eugene Terre’Blanche was ‘beaten so badly that he didn’t look like Eugene any more’…
The leader of the Boer-Republican movement, Eugene Ney Terre’Blanche (66), has been murdered on his farm. Radio Pretoria reports on April 3 2010 that Terre’Blanche has been murdered by people with pangas on his farm near Ventersdorp. This followed just 12 hours after the North Gauteng High Court judge Eberhardt Bertelsmann had issued an order banning the ANC-genocide song “Shoot the Boer’ – saying it incited violence against a specific minority group and instilled fear in this group.
According to police the founder/leader of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (Afrikaner defence movement) he was at his farm in Ventersdorp between 5 to 6 pm. He does not live there permanently. When police got there he was lying on the bed with fatal injuries to his head and upper body, he was still alive but died later. Police found a panga and a "knopkierie" (African fighting stick) and arrested two farm workers at the farm. According to them they ‘got in a argument’ with Eugene Terreblance and then admitted to killing him. He died because of his injuries and was declared dead at 7pm. AWB spokesman Andre Visagie said “Terre'blanche was beaten so badly "he didn't look like Eugene anymore". The AWB leader was alone on the farm at the time of the attack. Visagie said that Terre'Blanche's only security were his dogs which were "neutralised". A 16-year-old and 21-year-old who apparently worked for Terre'blanche were arrested, police spokeswoman Captain Adéle Myburgh said. Police rushed to issue a statement saying the murder was ‘not politically motivated’ – however this could not be confirmed from any other sources thus far. http://www.news24.com/Content/SouthAfrica/News/1059/9099cbce944245f3bfefc51557252256/03-04-2010-11-02/Eugene_Terreblanche_murdered
VIDEO: Media-statement on Dutch TV-news NOS - Johan Potgieter and brother Andries Terre’Blanche about murder on Eugene Terre’Blanche shows great restraint:
Afriforum and Solidarity trade union – organisations which both represent the civil- and labour-rights of the besieged Afrikaner minority – have pleaded for calm. Afriforum spokesman Willie Spies said it was ‘essential that South Africans of all races now do not make any reckless public statements. “This murder is a call for people to come to their senses and acknowledge the highly polarised and violent situation in which the country now finds itself.’ Spies pleaded with people to remain calm - ‘in the middle of a situation which is extremely tense and could have an destructive potential.’
Hatespeech against Terre’Blanche on ANC-website April 3 2010 before his death was known:
Deni Monyama writes on April 3 2010 at 19:00: ‘I don’t understand why white people are busy complaining about Julius Malema song when Eguene Tereblanche (sic) is busy with his hatespeech calling on the so called ‘true Afrikaners to fight until their bitter end for their land’ and no one is saying a word about it:” Facebook link: posted at 19h00.http://www.facebook.com/editalbum.php?aid=2040597#!/pages/ANC/148607537325?ref=ts