THE killing of Eugène Terre'Blanche has attracted lot of attention and has created serious racial polarisation in our nation. The latter is sad indeed.
I think the killing requires serious scrutiny because how often do people kill someone and then turn themselves in to the police?
And how often do people kill as a result of not being paid their wages?
I am aware that people are blaming the singing of the kill the Boer song, but I am not convinced the song could encourage people to kill, no matter how "unsophisticated" they are.
I think we should look for the invisible hand in this saga . I suspect the two suspects might have been mandated to kill Terre'Blanche. And there could never have been a better time to carry out the deed than when the killing took place .
The question is, why would someone want to do this?
I believe the answer lies in history.
Many major conflicts in the world started in this manner. And many people drew pleasure and financial gain out of such conflicts.
South Africa is even more vulnerable to the tricks of such people because of its corrupt citizens and leaders, lack of education and patriotism and also because it allows some strange diplomatic tendencies to take root within its borders.
We have allowed the Chinese to dictate to us who should and should not come to our country and we have also allowed them to use all-Chinese manpower to build an embassy in the country.
It is common knowledge that the Chinese want to colonise Africa and it would seem that the best way for them to achieve this is to paralyse the continent's strongest nation with a civil war.
And because we are South Africa they seem to be getting away with it.
Another strange fact is that we have allowed the Jews - who will always be a nation within a nation and pay allegiance to Israel - to run security at our airports and universities.
The airport security issue is much more startling because it is practically run by Israeli intelligence.
What kind of a nation are we to allow such things to happen within our borders?
The bottom line is that some people want to see us fall. They do not want to see any successful and stable African country because such a country would be a hindrance to their intentions of exploiting the continent.
So what I am asking from the authorities is that they investigate the Terre'Blanche murder thoroughly and pose serious questions to the two suspects because I do not think they acted independently.
Tlou Malan, Gauteng