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Offline perasmu02

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Another Reason - Terrorists
« on: August 30, 2008, 07:26:53 am »
15 Years of Freedom and we still have "Freedom" terrorist fighters.
There is something going on in SA thats is hidden from all of us.
I have attended meetings where ex SA Intelligence Members gave feedback on information
they collected regarding underground military actions in SA.
SA is full of terrorists just waiting to unleash their terror.
We have bigger problems than we can comprehend.

Get out of SA if you can. Read below

 AT LEAST 300 people were arrested near the Hluhluwe/Umfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu- Natal for paramilitary activities yesterday.

Police spokesperson Superintendent Jay Naicker said that the 300 were part of a group called the South African Unintegrated Forces group and had been training at a camp called the Mlaba Camp.

"The arrests were made early yesterday morning and those arrested were taken to the Mahlabatini police station. T hey were expected to appear in court on Monday.

They will be charged with contravening the Criminal Law Second Amendment Act of 1992 which prohibits the training of people for “the conducting of any military, paramilitary or similar operation”.

On Wednesday, it was reported that as many as 600 former Inkatha Freedom Party self-protection unit members were undergoing military training at the camp. — Sapa


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« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2008, 07:31:47 am »
This going on on full scale, it is just these few times they get caught in the news.

MORE than 600 former IFP self-protection unit members are undergoing military training at the party’s former secret training camp in northern KwaZulu-Natal.

Their leaders are attempting to force the government to integrate them into the South African National Defence Force.

The group, which includes former members of the defunct KwaZulu Police and black members of the apartheid-era SA Defence Force, has been based at the notorious Mlaba Camp, near Ulundi, for several months.

About two years ago, the group held camps near the Botswana border, and earlier this year moved to Pongola.

Both camps were closed down by the police, but it appears they have since moved to Mlaba Camp, formerly the site of an illegal, and highly secret, training programme for the unit’s members in the run-up to the 1994 elections.

Thousands of men loyal to the party were trained and armed under the leadership of IFP hardliner Phillip Powell.

Though about 600 of the unit’s members were integrated into the defence force, the bulk did not make the cut.

As a result they are still rallying to be included in the military under the auspices of the SA Unintegrated Forces.

The deadline for the integration of all former guerilla forces into the military passed six years ago, but the group members are adamant they will be able to force their way into the military.

IFP leaders refused yesterday to say who is picking up the tab for the group members’ training — allegedly aimed at preparing them for integration into the mainstream military.

They claim they are being represented at a political level by IFP MPs, who have taken up their cause in negotiations with government.

When The Times paid a clandestine visit to Mlaba Camp on Monday, it found about 60 men in blue overalls performing military drills.

There were no weapons visibly being carried by the trainees, instructors or the camp guards.

Outside the camp, a South African flag was hoisted with a hand-carved sign stating: “Welcome to SAUF amabutho [warriors].”

Major Kereng Motate, president of the unintegrated forces , said yesterday that they were briefing counsel this week to make a Constitutional Court application to Defence Minister Mosiua Lekota to reopen the integration process on the basis that it had been skewed against those outside the ranks of the ANC and PAC.

Motate denied that weapons training was taking place at the camp , but other unit leaders said they were undergoing “full” training. The group is understood to be pl

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Offline soniag

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« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2008, 08:32:41 am »
Well its all true, and there is so much more going on that we don not even know about.

There are unfortunately ppl that do not "see" all of this going on, and living in there own reality.

I dont even think they will "see" it when it happens.
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« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2008, 09:23:00 pm »
I hope they are not planning to attack the farms like zim :confused: :'(
expect good things

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« Reply #4 on: August 30, 2008, 09:45:18 pm »
They have been attacking farms for years! It will only get worse and have the backing of a left wing government under Zuma. Though Zuma is clever and will not back them publicly.

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« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2008, 06:21:10 am »
Yip The KZN area is full of badness.  We were near Umfolozi in December and our game ranger told me that they necklace people in the villages cause if the police come they all step up to take the blame so the police won't arrest the whole village. ALso the resort we stayed in was held up at gun point and some guests taken hostage (before we arrived) they were kidnapped and taken into Mozambique before they were released at the side of the road!
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« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2008, 09:57:49 am »
If I can chuck my 2c worth in here? We ain't seen NOTHING yet....... The worst is still to come in SA. SAKB.
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« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2008, 11:03:13 am »
Agreed things wil just become worse. We don't see or hear a fraction of what is really happening.

Damn, When is our ITA going to arrive  :tickedoff:

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« Reply #8 on: September 11, 2008, 12:44:40 am »
see.. read between the lines.

Firstly ,  if you go look at the statistics.. 1990 - 1994 ,  about 14000 deaths due to ANC and IFP clashes.  Every election there is clashes and deaths.

Police which is basically run by a ANC goverment who has not been able to split policy making and administrative tasks of their roles and using state organs to close down opponent training camps. Very clever.

The necklacing we saw on the zims earlier this year was the same necklacing that ANC did to the "traitors" ,  what they called the IFP.

of course the IFP has to prepare  .. but legally they cant.
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« Reply #9 on: September 11, 2008, 12:49:24 am »
besides.

ANC and PAC in the SADF... getting military training much like any person over 35 has military training ,  much the reason they could not just be overrun...

IFP wants training,  because ANC does not believe in sharing power...
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« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2008, 11:06:46 am »
Durban and Sasolburg came to a standstill for hours yesterday because of demonstartions against Zuma's trial. In Durban the crowd was out of control and had to be controlled with rubber bullets.

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- African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) leader Julius Malema on Wednesday vowed to "eliminate any force" blocking ANC president Jacob Zuma's path to the presidency.

Speaking at a celebration of the ANCYL's 64th birthday, he told media that the "Malema generation" would be responsible for making Zuma president of the country.

"Whatever the judgement... come 2009, Zuma will be president," said Malema, referring to the Pietermaritzburg High Court ruling expected on Friday on whether Zuma's corruption charges should be scrapped.

"Any force on our way we will eliminate. We are on a mission here. We will crush you. It doesn't matter who you are, even if you are in the ANC," Malema said to loud applause.

He expressed optimism that the court application to have the case against Zuma dropped would go in his favour.

"We believe in that judge... he looked very sober to us... that's why we are so convinced that we are going to get a positive judgment."



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« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2008, 09:23:16 am »
HMMM, MAYBE THEY WILL WIPE EACH OTHER OUT.

Everybody, keep safe and expect the unexpected.
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