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Defending God’s Truth in Church Doctrine and Political History – Renette Vermeulen

(Continued from)

Wikipedia wrote, “[The Church Street] bombing was a car bomb attack on 20 May 1983 by Umkhonto we Sizwe, the military wing of the African National Congress, in the South African capital Pretoria. The bombing killed 19 and wounded 217…  In submissions to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in 1997 and 1998, the ANC revealed that the attack was orchestrated by…  (MK), commanded Aboobaker Ismail.   [MANDELA WAS NOT EVEN MENTIONED!] Such units had been authorised by Oliver Tambo, the ANC President, in 1979. At the time of the attack, they reported to Joe Slovo as chief of staff, and the Church Street attack was authorised by Tambo.  The ANC's submission said that the bombing was in response to a South African cross-border raid into Lesotho in December 1982 which killed 42 ANC supporters [TERRORIST INSURGENTS] and civilians, and the assassination of Ruth First, an ANC activist and wife of Joe Slovo, in Maputo, Mozambique. [THIS SADISTIC ACT OF TERRORISM AGAINST INNOCENT CIVILIANS IN A STREET OF PRETORIA WAS SLOVO’S REVENGE FOR THE DEATH OF HIS BOMB PLANTING WIFE!’]  They claimed 11 of the casualties were South African Air Force personnel and hence a military target. The legal representative of some of the victims argued that as administrative staff including telephonists and typists they could not accept that they were a legitimate military target.  Ten MK operatives including Aboobaker Ismail applied for amnesty for this and other bombings. The applications were opposed on various grounds, including that it was a terrorist attack disproportionate to the political motive. The Truth and Reconciliation Committee found that the number of civilians versus military personnel killed was “unclear.” South African Police statistics indicated that seven members of the South Africa Air Force were killed. The commission found that at least 84 of the injured were SAAF members or employees. Amnesty was granted by the TRC.” 


Arrests at the Jewish Liliesleaf Farm, Rivonia 

Before 1962, Mandela was arrested but repeatedly released for subversive, indiscriminate terrorist activities.  For the protection of all South African’s citizens against indiscriminate attacks, why was he not jailed at the time?  With the sharp South African intelligence, which then governed the country, it seems completely impossible that this dangerous man could walk free time and again!  Nevertheless, he was not present when Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Raymond Mhlab and Ahmed Kathrada were arrested at Lilliesleaf Farm in Rivonia near Johannesburg.  Five Jews, (always behind the communist drive and terrorist mayhem in South Africa and in the rest of the world,) were among those arrested - Lionel Bernstein, Hilliard Festenstein, Dennis Goldberg, Bob Hepple, and Arthur Goldreigh.  Goldreigh and Harold Wolpe bought and managed Liliesleaf as headquarters for the banned Communist Party and it remains in their possession to this day.  They used it mainly as “a bomb factory and a safe house” for terrorist commanders such as Mandela. 

With these arrests, police officers uncovered the frightening fact that these Jews, Mandela and company had enough explosives to destroy the whole country!  At Mandela’s Rivonia Trial, they were all charged “with the preparation and manufacture of explosives, including 210,000 hand grenades, 48,000 anti-personnel mines, 1,500 time devices, 144 tons of ammonium nitrate, 21.6 tons of aluminium powder and a ton of black powder.”   

These were enough explosives to blow the whole South Africa sky-high!  Yet, although it is not politically correct to say,, none of them received the death sentence, as was required under old  South African law, for their despicable genocidal plots and crimes against the citizens of South Africa!  In addition, Mandela never had to testify personally to his role in planning and approving any of these gross atrocities against humanity.  Instead, the ANC and even the whole world placed the old Government on trial, not only for their awful racial discrimination, which they deserved, but especially for protecting their citizens against such blatant terrorism.  


Winnie Mandela, ex-wife of Nelson, has never expressed any remorse for her “Amandla” calls to “liberate this country with tyres and boxes of matches,” thus ordering the live cremation of an undisclosed number of her own people as so-called ‘informants’ and ‘apartheid collaborators.’  These heinous agitations, coupled with her intimidation through her ‘football club’ or bodyguards, led to most merciless crimes against innocent black civilians and children such as Stompie Seipei or Moeketsi and his friends, whom she perceived a ‘apartheid informers.”  It was alleged that “Stompie was slaughtered like a goat.”

I speak out for ALL those of ALL races who could not and cannot speak for themselves.  I am only interested in REAL truth and I will not cover either white, brown, or black racism and their injustices against the innocent and uninvolved.  And so, I speak out for ALL the ‘Stompies’ who were caught in the line of fire during all this fighting in our country. 

Planning, instigating, and participating in these crimes constituted the death sentence for Winnie Mandela and all her participating comrades.  Instead, these atrocities were suppressed, minimized, ignored and even praised!  If the ANC and the deceptive and manipulative Afrikaner Broederbond were not working together to Shift South Africa into communist mayhem, how could Winnie Mandela and most of the other terrorists in this country walk away from such terrible carnage unpunished?  [‘Beating the One World Order,’ John Galt.] 



This is what happened when Winnie went before the Truth Commission:  “Johannesburg November 241997 – SAPA-AP:  An image of brutality and cruelty involving Winnie Madikizela-Mandela emerged Monday from the first day of her requested public hearing before the TRC.  One witness told how he last saw his son alive, badly beaten, in a vehicle with President Mandela’s ex-wife, while another said she was beaten by Winnie when she was three months pregnant...  The weeklong hearing on a total of 18 killings and other crimes allegedly involving Winnie’s former bodyguard unit could determine her political future…  Winnie was convicted of kidnapping in 1991 and sentenced to six years in jail in the case of four ‘young men,’ [NO, CHILDREN, STOMPIE WAS ONLY 14 YEARS OLD!] including Stompie, who were [severely] beaten in her home.  Her sentence was reduced on appeal to a R3, 200 fine…  [WHAT A CHEAP PRICE TO PAY FOR ALLEGEDLY ORDERING THE TORTUROUS DEATH OF STOMPIE AND SO MANY OTHERS!]  Jerry Richardson, her chief bodyguard, was convicted of the murder.  The Truth Commission can grant amnesty to people who make full confessions of political crimes…” 

The TRC judged Winnie in its report to have been implicated in murders and ruled: “The commission finds Mandela herself was responsible for committing such gross violations of human rights… Winnie finally said sorry to Stompie’s mother and to the family of her former personal doctor whose killing she is alleged to have ordered after he refused to cover up Stompie’s murder…” 

Yet, in spite of this ruling, Winnie Mandela walked free – the great mother of a nation! 


I hate all the crimes that were done against all the citizens of South Africa: white racism and black racism remains racism by any other name. However, “what is good for the gander is good for the goose.”  I am only interested in the WHOLE truth.  We all know and agree that apartheid was a crime against humanity.  However, while the Mandelas were liberating this country through their bombs and boxes of matches, the apartheid regime tried desperately to maintain control of the swelling masses, while systematically relinquishing apartheid measures by employing blacks in every sector of the economy, etc.  [The ANC lied that the Government was unwilling to negotiate and relent.]  They constantly checked passes, [those horrid passes!] and interrogated many of those suspected of “communist collaboration.” I do not condone murder and torture.  However, the wild, completely unproven allegations that the regime incarcerated and murdered thousands of black people, even children in torture camps, is sheer rubbish.  Such ‘camps’ and other methods of so-called ‘mass-murder’ would surely have been addressed by the Truth Commission and the ‘mass graves’ would have been exhumed.  These completely unproven allegations, as the other ANC-invented  propaganda-lies of alleged “mass graves” simply do not exist anywhere on recorded or investigated history. 

What did exist, (and this too, only became known to the general white population of South Africa after 1994,) is the fact that the Broederbond regime used Colonel Eugene de Kock to SECRETLY torture, maim and murdered some of the leaders of the communist ‘struggle’ to extract information that would “stop their indiscriminate acts of terrorism, and spare the lives of innocent civilians of all races,” as declared by Police and SANDF officials.  Whatever the circumstances, this was the government of South Africa at the time.  Given the brutal and prolonged terrorist onslaught form inside and outside South Africa’s borders (a period of 34 years form 1960 to 1994,) and the duty of the government to keep their citizens safe, anyone would understand such measures and the reasoning behind it. 

The only proven and much condemned torture camp of this nature was Vlakplaats, under the command of Police Colonel Eugene de Kock.  Wikipedia reports, “[De Kock,] considered one of the darkest figures of the apartheid period… was the commanding officer of C1, a counter-insurgency unit of the South African Police that kidnapped, tortured, and murdered [some of the] anti-apartheid [terrorists] from the 80s to the early 90s. C1's victims included members of the African National Congress.  Following South Africa's transition to democracy in 1994, De Kock disclosed the full scope of C1's crimes [THE TRC’S MAIN CONDITION FOR AMNESTY] while testifying before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.   [HOWEVER, UNLIKE WINNIE MANDELA AND ALL HER COMRADES,] in 1996, he was tried and convicted on EIGHTY-NINE CHARGES, [NOT ON 193 CHARGES LIKE MANDELA HIMSELF HAD BEEN INDICTED,] and sentenced to 212 years in prison. Since beginning his sentence, De Kock has accused several members of the apartheid regime, including former state president F. W. de Klerk, of permitting C1's activities.” 

Colonel Eugene de Kock sang like a canary at the Truth Commission’s hearings to spare his life and walk away from the dirty work he had to perform under command of the masonic South African Government.  So did some of the workhorses in the ANC, while both the war commanders in the old government, and the presidents and commanders of the ANC either refused to say a word, or, despite confessing to the mass murder of civilians through indiscriminate terrorist bombings, machine gun attacks, etc., walked away with awards and high positions in the government . 

White as well as black leaders all got away with it.  Those that sang and those that kept silent, like Mandela, who were never even asked to confess any of his terrorist crimes in South Africa.  And so did PW Botha, who simply said that he had a country to govern.  Except of course, Colonel De Kock, the “fall guy,” who will most probably rot in disrepute while his Broederbond and ANC peers party on the South African communist gravy train. 

BBC One Minute World News wrote in ‘Can Winnie Mandela’s heroism outshine her crimes,’ “Joyce Sikakane worked with Winnie… when they were arrested in 1969.  In jail, they were interrogated by the notorious apartheid torturer, Theunis Swanepoel.  Sikakane said, “He ordered me to stand on bricks.  He took a pistol from a drawer, pointed it at me, and said, ‘If you don’t talk [AND TELL US WHAT ATROCITIES AGAINST CIVILIANS YOU HAVE PLANNED NEXT,] you’ll be gone.’  And I remember saying to him: ‘What kind of a human being are you… to do this to me?” 

If you have ever seen the obliteration of a bomb blast, you will know why this person was being interrogated.  As most white South Africans, I did not know about apartheid torture camps and interrogation.  Apartheid has always, and will always constitute great human rights abuses against the vast majority of South African citizens.  However, knowing what I know now concerning ANC bombings, machine gun attacks on civilians, genocidal murder, mayhem, and communist corruption and destruction, I believe Swanepoel should have answered Sikakane, “As all law enforcing officers worldwide, I am doing a despicable but vital job to curb terrorist crime that endanger and murder all people of all races in our country.  To save civilian lives, I am dealing with murderous and maiming terrorists, not 14-year old children like Stompie Seipei.  And do you perhaps see before you a tyre drenched with kerosene, which you and your helpers use to cremate your own people alive?  What kind of human being are you?” 


Here follows proof of ANC torture of their own troops in their most heinous communist gulag camps.  Paul Trewhela, ‘Vindication of Searchlight South Africa,’ reported, “Searchlight South Africa has been vindicated by three recent reports and one major press investigation into the system of prison camps run by the African National Congress in exile…  The ANC was compelled at the highest level to acknowledge its imprisonment, torture, and execution of members in exile as a means of suppressing critical opinion.  It was compelled also to acknowledge the role of Searchlight South Africa in exposing these abuses.  The Weekly Mail, the leading liberal newspaper in South Africa, also acknowledged reliance on material published in South Africa more than two years previously, as a source for its own exposure of torture and executions by the ANC…  The reality of the ANC’s system of prison camps and the nature of its Security Department, Imbokodo, “the boulder that crushes” has been established without question.  The ANC is no longer portrayed almost universally by the left and the liberals as saintly…  Where previously there was silence, or uncritical celebration of the perpetrators of abuses there now is routine reference in the South African and international press to the issue of ‘the camps’.  It is a truth that can no longer be suppressed…” 

SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY ONLINE, Date: 19 October, 1992, “The African National Congress (ANC) released a report by an internal commission of inquiry (the Skweyiya Commission), appointed to investigate detainee abuse allegations in ANC camps abroad. The members of the Commission, Louis Skweyiya, Gilbert Marcus and Bridgitte Mabandla, found evidence of brutality and torture to extract confessions from alleged South African spies and other detainees. The worst abuses had been committed at the Quatro rehabilitation centre in Angola, but they added that the conditions in other ANC camps in Angola, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia had in no way been acceptable…” 

Note that in this report, they do not confess to murder.  Such mind-blowing cruelty without murder?  Well, whether confessed or not, their apartheid-superseding slaughter remain historical fact. 


Whatever the causes and consequences, just as the bombs, the bullets were real.

No matter how brainwashed, used and abused we all were from all sides — dare we forget the anger and the anguish of fleeing rioters under fire?  The terrified screams.  The panicked stampeding and the faltering feet.  The fear-wrenched, tear-drenched faces.  The bullet-contorted bodies.  The heroism of those who carried their friends to safety?

These cries, however, are not the only ones we still hear. 

The wails of black, white, and brown fathers, mothers, widowers, widows, and orphans still ring in our ears, as well as the gasps and shouts of insurgents and soldiers, who shuddered to death in hails of bullets and were torn apart in land mine and other explosions.  We hear police officers of all races scream in torment as rioters turn them into living torches with petrol bombs; decapitate them with high wires as they patrol in open armored cars and stone, kick and batter them to death when they meet them off duty.

We still tremble in compassion with those who sobbed and begged for mercy while their own people draped them in kerosene tyres to consume them with fire.  We still choke on the billowing black smoke that engulfed them and the stench of burning flesh and rubber that drifted over the townships. 

We feel the stinging pain of rubber bullets tear at our flesh.  The bruising of bashing batons and combat boots and the slashing teeth of trained police dogs.  The violent, humiliating and unprovoked assaults on innocent civilians by some despicably corrupt and racist police officers! 

Our hearts skip many beats in compassion with the frantic parents, sweethearts, wives and children of those who, in tandem with the violent crowds, were doing police and military duty amongst the ashes of charred bodies, deafening crowds, bombs, bush and machine gun fire. 

White on black, black on white, and black on black violence reaches a deafening climax. 

Then the inevitable happens.  As if helter-skelter years come to an end in slow motion, some silence returns to the townships and the bush — but no one knows for how long.