South African White Woman Confesses to White on White Violence and Farm Murders

1 Nov

Below the starling confession of a white South African woman about white on white violence to incite racial hatred by staging Farm Murders.

Financial gain seems to feature prominently for the hit squads and a security company,

 that contracts for farm security services.

A debate followed between myself and another person and I copy it below.

 

Did I misunderstand her?

I do not think so but perhaps that was just my bias?

For me it … well never mind: just tell me what you think so that i can have a different view to approach this from.

iol_news5

We killed Griquatown family – AWB member

 

 


 

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Northern Cape farmer Deon Steenkamp, 44, his wife Christel, 43, and daughter Marthella, 14, were killed on their farm, Naauwhoek.

Griquatown –

In a shocking development, a well-known right-wing female farmer, who is currently in custody, has claimed that she was part of a “hit squad” responsible for the murders of three members of the Steenkamp family in Griquatown.

In an exclusive interview with the DFA, Cornelia de Wet, a member of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), on Wednesday confessed her alleged role in the murders of three members of the Steenkamp family, who were gunned down on their farm Naauwhoek outside Griquatown, in April last year.

From inside a Kimberley prison, the 37-year-old De Wet on Wednesday spoke openly about what, according to her, transpired on the morning before Deon Steenkamp, 44, his wife Christelle, 43, and their daughter, Marthella, 14, was found dead, saying she was present during the murders and even remembered Deon’s last words.

She also explained her role in the execution of the attack, saying an amount of R100 000 was paid “for the hit”.

The names of the three men, who she claimed were involved in the killing, are known to the DFA.

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Cornelia de Wet, a member of the AWB, has claimed that she played a role in the murder of three members of the Steenkamp family in the Northern Cape last year.

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She also implicated the owner of a security company as being the mastermind behind the attack, and claimed that he had initiated numerous attacks on white farmers in an attempt to “instill a sense of fear and force farmers to make use of their security services . . . it (the attack) was also aimed at inciting racial hatred”.

De Wet further admitted that she also worked as an officer in the Leeuwag and the Boere-beskermingsforum (BBF), both militant right-wing movements in which the alleged mastermind had been a “general”, adding that his company “was nothing but a front to train right-wingers for war and terror”.

De Wet on Wednesday met with the defence team representing the teenager, who is currently facing charges of murdering the Steenkamp family. The legal delegation, who were seen leaving the Kimberley Prison, included Stoffel de Jager and Advocates Willem Coetzee and Sharon Erasmus, as well as the guardian of the 17-year-old accused.

She provided them with a statement that, according to her, will be used in the defence’s case.

She said she also gave an affidavit to the police in Middleburg, where she is currently incarcerated while awaiting trial for possession of explosives and ammunition. She will appear in the Carolina Magistrate’s Court on November 28 on these charges.

She said she was transferred to Kimberley so that she could meet the accused’s defence team.

She also claimed that “this was not the first farm attack that we were involved in”. Pressed for time in the interview, she did not give details of the other attacks, but provided a detailed account of what allegedly happened on the Naauwhoek farm when the Steenkamps were murdered.

“We were sitting in the car in the veld, watching the house for about half an hour to an hour.

“We saw Don (Steenkamp) come out of the house and walk into the veld. We waited for a little while and then we stormed into the house. We instructed Deon to go into his room and open the safe. We took two weapons, a .357 revolver and a .32 rifle, out of the safe.

“Deon and Christelle were then shot.”

De Wet did not say who shot them, but claimed that she was “only a spectator”, while two men were “responsible for all the shooting”.

“I then watched as (one of the attackers) grabbed Marthella and raped her. After this I went outside and heard two shots. I knew they had shot her.

“I went back into the house and saw Marthella lying next to her mother. We took the weapons, and returned to the car where (one of the three men) was waiting for us and drove off.”

“We threw the weapons out of the car at the gate of the farm.”

She added that they deliberately did not shoot Don, the only surviving member of the family.

De Wet recalled that the family was extremely petrified during the ordeal. “I could see the shock on their faces when they realised that they were being killed by white people.”

She added that Deon’s last words were . . . “God forgive them”.

Responding to a question why there were no fingerprints found at the scene, she said “we were wearing gloves”.

“After this I had no further contact with any of the three men involved.”

She said she decided to come out with the real story because “the truth was haunting me and I know that (the accused) was never guilty of the murders”.

De Wet said that from the age of 15, she had been involved with the AWB and received training from the organisation.

“On April 27 last year (shortly after the Steenkamp farm attack), I myself was the victim of a farm attack in which I was almost killed. I still believe that this was an attempt on my life because they (the men she named as the murderers of the Steenkamp family) wanted to keep me quiet.”

She said she was arrested on May 29 2012 on 40 charges, including high treason, terrorism and possession of ammunition and explosives.

“All these charges have been dropped with the exception of the possession of ammunition and explosives, which belonged to (one of the men allegedly involved in the Steenkamp attack).”

“All three of my bail applications have failed and I fear for my life. Even inside prison I fear for my life because of my involvement in the Steenkamp murders.”

Stoffel de Jager, lawyer for the defence in the Steenkamp murder trial, on Wednesday confirmed that he, together with Erasmus and Coetzee, as well as the accused’s guardian had met and “consulted with a witness” at the Kimberley Correctional Services. He declined to give any further comment.

 

Penny Smithposted toGillian Schutte
responsible for the murders of three members of the Steenkamp family in Griquatown.
By Independent Newspapers Online|iol.co.za
  • David Van Wyk likes this.
  • David Van WykWhite on white violence? What motivated the AWB to kill this farmer and his family? Why is this not headline news on radio and TV? Have the AWB carried out other farm killings? Are they doing it to create an atmosphere of fear and racism in rural communities?
  • Gillian SchutteI have oft suspected this…
  • David Van WykAnd they could be arming themselves as the AWB by murdering aging farmers and stealing their guns.
  • Marisa Robsonfucking disgusting… but i don’t think it’s business as usual

    http://www.iol.co.za/…

  • Jeanette Hess@ Marisa Robson – in this instance they were going to let the teenager take the blame and not a mad horde of black people and so they did not need to create chaos. The scene was strange in relation to how perceived black on white farm killings usually look like. “Cornelia de Wet, a member of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), on Wednesday confessed her alleged role in the murders of three members of the Steenkamp family, who were gunned down on their farm Naauwhoek outside Griquatown, in April last year. She also implicated the owner of a security company as being the mastermind behind the attack, and claimed that he had initiated numerous attacks on white farmers in an attempt to “instill a sense of fear and force farmers to make use of their security services . . . it (the attack) was also aimed at inciting racial hatred”.

    De Wet further admitted that she also worked as an officer in the Leeuwag and the Boere-beskermingsforum (BBF), both militant right-wing movements in which the alleged mastermind had been a “general”, adding that his company “was nothing but a front to train right-wingers for war and terror”. according to de Wet many more farm murders were orchestrated. I should imagine that such orchestration would not preclude hiring blacks for the job but they would not get R100000 hey!

  • Marisa Robsonmeh… i think we should just accept the fact that criminals come in vanilla, caramel and chocolate…. if it looks like there are more black people doing crime… well of COURSE there are. there are mos ten black people for every white person in this country.
  • Jeanette HessDavid Van Wyk– Collateral? Opportunity to buy farms up cheap? So many reasons besides inciting racial hatred.
  • Jeanette HessMarisa Robson– you kind of started off good there and then the racism came out: “….if it looks like there are more black people doing crime… well of COURSE there are. there are mos ten black people for every white person in this country.” It does also not ‘look’ as if there are more black criminals than white ones. There are because as you said, there are ten times more blacks than whites. But it is white people that support stuff like RED OCTOBER because ONLY blacks kill whites especially white farmers?
  • Marisa Robsonwell if you want to think that’s racist jeanette, go ahead. i’m simply pointing out that it’s a matter of numbers, not a matter of nature or tendency.
  • Jeanette HessThis issue is not about numbers. This issue is about the fact that there is a confession of white on white violence masquerading as black on white violence for financial gain and to stir racial hatred. In the one case the teen is left as the suspect. The farm might have to be sold, and cheaply, Who would benefit? Hopefully things will work out for the boy now and the farm might yet be saved or sell for the market price and secure him either way. Point is that this has nothing to with the numbers but you needed to go there- maybe because I am black?
  • Jeanette HessHa ha ha:) sigh? Like you are dealing with a tiresome child? Focus. The woman is talking about organized and orchestrated white on white violence by the people who were just sentenced for bombing and treason because they claim that they want to protect the white nation… some say that they are heroes…
  • Marisa Robsonok so help me out here then… i make a point. you call me racist and then make the exact same point that i’m trying to make and then ask me if it’s ‘cos you’re black’ that i don’t want to engage?
  • Jeanette HessNo Marisa Robson – I am not making your exact points and I am not using the tone that you did and I did not say that you won’t engage because I am black..
  • Marisa Robsonyour point was…. there *are* more blacks therefore more “black crime” which has nothing to do with a black tendency to commit crime? and white people are arseholes for thinking genocide right?
  • Jeanette HessIt was not my point Marisa- it was agreeing with the reality of numbers which you raised in a derogatory manner to downplay the organized and orchestrated white on white violence for financial gain and the incitement of racial hatred. This might be what some might call ‘supremacist narrative’ or ‘supremacist discussion’ or some such. More blacks was your point and it had nothing to do with the issue at hand but it being a factual reality, I areed that it was so stating that it was not the point.
  • Marisa Robsonderogatory???? ok.

    i think there is a lot more assumption about my ‘tone’ and meaning there than what came from me.

    just to put your mind at ease… i think the far right wing are dangerous idiots.

    but i think the same of the far left wing.

  • Jeanette HessNor did I swear- in fact I do not find it sophisticated or charming to descend to swearing to make a point and as it is your wont, to make points on my behalf which i did not make. I think that I need to ask you to point me and anyone else who might read this to where I name called whites for believing in genocide. What I would say is that I hope that they believe in white on Khoisan / First Nation/ coloured genocide.
  • Marisa Robsonjeanette… honestly and forgive me if i’m wrong… but i think you pegged me as a racist and decided you’d have a go at lambasting me before you’d actually found out what i was trying to say. I’m sorry if my language offends you but i’m really not in the mood for this argument right now.
  • Jeanette HessYour tone, Maria, is something that is received. I received it.
  • Jeanette HessYou Marisa, chose to introduce standard supremacist narrative comment to this discussion on the de Wet confession. What has her confession or her crimes to do with the number of blacks? The number of blacks was supposed to overshadow the white on white violence, setting up the youth, setting up blacks on other occasions and inciting racial hatred? The numbers of blacks was supposed to reduce the value of this white woman’s crimes? At least she came to a point where she talks about it all… a point of setting things right, of taking responsibility. You seem unable to take responsibility for your causal contribution to this discussion. You are deflecting to me trying to make me ‘guilty’ and yes, your language offends me because you are implying that I name called white people which again would be a racist type ploy. Sometimes we are so socialized in behaviours that we consider them the norm and we are all in a process of unlearning such behaviours towards normalizing our relationships and our society – I hope.
  • Marisa Robsonlol jeanette…i can’t even express to you how far that woman is from my reality… i can’t even relate to her … i have no reason to defend her. i think she’s a horrific little bitch. moreover i think all those awb idiots are horrific. i’m going to leave it there and let you carry on making whatever assumptions you like about me… cos clearly i have no control over that… whatever i say is going to be interpreted as ‘supremacist narrative’ by you.

    Do i think this kind of thing is mainstream? no i don’t. but i also really don’t care. i think anyone from juju to hoffmeyer who incites racial hatred should shut the fuck up and go home. i also think black racists and white racists and coloured racists and indian racists are equally problematic.

  • Marisa Robsonand that was really the point i was trying to make… i don’t think this sort of thing is mainstream simply because the case was so unusual as pointed out in the article i posted… so no…. i don’t think there’s a movement of nasty white racists tryiSee More
  • Jeanette HessFar left or far right is never mainstream Marisa. They are however real and often quite powerful. At this time there is the Boeremag trial outcomes and responses and the Red October balloons all over the place and them and more saying that we as peopleSee More
  • Marisa Robsoni don’t think this was an honest conversation at all jeanette. sorry.
  • Jeanette HessI was honest about how I received your response to my comment. I still think that de Wet clearly states that Steenkamp farm murder is not an isolated incidence. She also indicates that a teams are sent for the murder and that she never saw her team again and so we can deduce that different teams are sent for different attacks / murders. This is only about acknowledging that these things happen. It is not about the extent or frequency or the numbers involved. That will hopefully come out through investigations and trials. I think that you were honest too in ‘talking’ to me – in what you said, how you said it, sighing at me, reinterpreting what i said and laying word in my mouth and being angry but at least still talking. I am from the oppressed minority that suffered under white supremacy.and I was willing to say to you that when you say this and that like so and so and also at a given point, then the shades of yesterday rise. You can learn from that sharing or you can just hit me in my mouth. You seem to have pretty good aim:) But you also have tenacity in wanting to say ‘never mind how i said what, when – this is what i meant’ Please just try to say what you meant – it is just easier.
  • Marisa Robsonno jeanette… you started your conversation by calling me a racist. you went on to call me a white supremacist… and then continued by saying that i was bringing white supremacist narrative into this conversation.

    As a result of which i had to over explain my original point to death…. failure to do so would have brought more knee jerk reactions.

    hence my impatience.

    i also told you that i didn’t feel like having this argument… at 12. you responded with “You Marisa, chose to introduce standard supremacist narrative comment to this discussion on the de Wet confession. “…

    so from now on… i’m just going to walk around calling myself a white supremacist.

    it’s just easier than arguing with people who are hell bent on thinking so no matter what i’m trying to say.

  • Jeanette HessAs you please – I disagreed with your assertion that the Steenkamp farm murder as white on white violence was an isolated incident because de Wet says that it is not and that there were many more. You did not respond to this but threw the number thing at me with the comment that there is much more black than white crime. I asked what this had to do with white on white crime (designed usually to look like black on white crime) and you kept going elsewhere. The discussion is on record. You can also please ‘mark in red’ where i call you racist directly. I spoke of racism in the way you raised the numbers and of racist narrative in the way you raised argument. I never said that you, Marisa, is racist.
  • Marisa RobsonMarisa Robson- you kind of started off good there and then the racism came out: “..
  • Jeanette HessI still did not say that you are racist. i said that in the quoted words racism came out. … or do you think that I take the looong way to say something for the fun of it?
  • Marisa Robsoni think you’re splitting hairs now. also. you’re boring me. i’m going to my white supremacist bed to sleep between my white supremacist sheets with my white supremacist cats.
  • Jeanette HessIn these kind of matters, Marisa, I always split hairs. “if it looks like there are more black people doing crime… well of COURSE there are. there are mos ten black people for every white person in this country.” was a derogatory remark and has no relation to the de Wet confession and its implications. Sleep well.
  • Marisa RobsonI think the farm murders are a problem… a genuine crime problem… i brought up the numbers to show that it is not race crime…or specifically ‘black on white crime’…. it’s just run of the mill crime ….committed by a criminal element which is an equal percentage among every race group.
  • Marisa Robsonthat is not a derogatory remark, jeanette. that’s just fact. fact that has been misconstrued by we supremacist whites to suggest that black people are more prone to crime than what we are.

    which is, of course, bullshit.

    which was my point.

    if you call that derogatory then i really am a white supremacist. off to join the awb now… since clearly they are my people.

  • Jeanette HessYou make some excellent points and observations Marisa and i agree with many. It was about those first two responses- 1, isolated event, 2, referring numbers – especially blacks committing most crimes, when I quoted de Wet on repeaed farm hits to you, that were difficult for me and which I tried to address. No point in flogging a dead horse though hey. My cat, neutered and all, went out and the dogs are barking at shadowy stuff in the street. One never knows if these shadows could be intruders so one must go check… sometimes they have guns too. Or knives. Yesterday they shot up a feast all afternoon. I thought that it was early Guy Fawkes.
  • Jeanette Hess
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