Jy blaai in die argief vir 2011 September.

Did you give concent?

September 28, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Consent of the Governed Sovereign

1. A person, body, or state vested with independent and supreme authority;

2. The ruler of an independent state. – Also spelled sovran. See Sovereignty.


1. Supreme dominion, authority, or rule.

2. The supreme political authority of an independent state.

3. The state itself.

Personal or individual sovereignty was the concept of inalienable rights from the Creator. Personal sovereignty is the divine right in our system The South African Constitution was provided by “We the People” to give limited, enumerated, separated powers to the government. All other powers and rights are “retained by the people.” The Constitution was specifically written to limit absolute power.

Now for some million dollar questions: Did you ever give consent to be governened and can those who govern actually proof it? Can the constitution be forced upon any human being withiout his concent and if so, is this not blackmail? Is taxes which are then demanded not extorsion, which is a criminal offence?

“We the people” is what it states in the constitution, not “We the persons”. There is a big difference in law between the word person and people. “PEOPLE” here refer to natural man,  human beings, while a person in law refers to a legal person, thus a dead entity or legal fiction with no soul. As the Republic and the government and all organizations connected to them are corporations, thus legal entities, they have no soul, but get their limited power from those who concented to be governed.

Now the next question: Would you, a living, breathing human being ever give concent to be governed by a corporation, thus a soulless entity, one that can never have any feelings, but who act only in commerce and are thus driven exclusively to make profit?


The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only legitimate object of good government. – Thomas Jefferson 1809


..you be the judge of this Corporation called the Republic of South Africa and the corporation known as The Government of the Republic of South Africa.

Blikskottel…will never agree to this evil.

Stopping justice by political means

September 26, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Judex bonus nihil ex arbitrio suo faciat nec propositione domesticae voluntatis, sed juxta leges et jura


A good judge should do nothing from his own preference or from the prompting of his private

desire; but he should pronounce according to law and justice.

Why should RSA’s public protector fist have reports checked by the president or high ranking political officials? It makes no sense as in effect politicians now play judges by deciding the merit of a case and if such a case should even get to court. In my mind that should not be allowed as they will surely protect themselves. Political influence should play no role when it comes to justice.


Blikskottel..know that in RSA, justice is stopped in the highest political offices. 


Vitamin C is great for men!!

September 23, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Well it seems grandma and mom was right, vitamin C is forsure very important for men….and women by extension. Leave the viagra and other Chinese medicines, including rhino horn and eat oranges, naartjies and other citrus fruit.

Blikskottel….love citrus and now know why his wife keeps on feeding him citrus.

Questions around the next census

September 21, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

I believe in politics and banking, nothing happens without planning and very spesific reasons. I also believe that those who are in power should never be trusted and that they more than often hide the real reasons for their actions.

Therefo I will not willing take part in this census, unless I know exactly why it is being held. The following is how I will handle this:

         * Complete, print and sign this letter.
         * Give it to the Census worker when they arrive. I’ll be polite.
They will probably threaten me if I don’t comply, but that is a crime.

         * This approach is called “conditional acceptance.” I am agreeing
in principle to do what I am told, but first I have a couple of
questions that need to be answered. Of course they cannot answer these
questions because to do so would be to reveal a betrayal of human
         * maybe I’ll send this through to the Census authority first. Give
them 7 days to reply and amend this letter accordingly depending on
their response.

Dear Census Official,  

My name is _[first name in lowercase, eg. John] _of the family_
[surname in lowercase, eg. Smith]. _I am a living, breathing sentient
human being. 

 My research has led me to conclude that when my birth was registered,
a corporate entity was created. This corporate entity is referred to
as _[write your title and whole name in all uppercase, eg. MR JOHN
RONAN SMITH] _with account number _[insert your ID number] _and is
distinct from me, the flesh and blood human being. 

It is my understanding that my title, full name and ID Number
represent a juristic person / corporation, and the record of this
account is held at the South African Reserve bank using a master /
slave computer software system.  

I have also discovered that my birth certificate is evidence of a
financial instrument with a very real commercial value. This
commercial value predicted by the amount of money I would earn as I
grew up. Thus, it provides collateral for the South African government
to float loans at interest without my knowledge or direct consent.  

If this holds true, then it stands to reason that a primary role of
this Census is to re-evaluate my status as chattel property so that
the South African Government can literally “sell” me and my fellow
citizens to foreign bankers, as the governments of Iceland, Greece,
Spain, Portugal, Ireland and others did to their own people. 

 My research indicates that the purpose of the first census in 1904
was to give names to indigenous people so that they could be granted
rights by the existing government. However, in order to be granted
rights, it makes logical sense that one would first have to be
stripped of the natural rights that he or she was born with. After
all, you cannot grant rights to someone who already has them by the
mere fact that they are alive. 

As I believe in full disclosure, I will therefore only take part in
the Census if the following questions have been satisfactorily

         * Do I have a juristic person?
         * Is there an account in my name linked to my ID number held at the
Reserve Bank, or any other government department?
         * Is there a bond or security registered in my name with a
corresponding CUSIP number?
         * Does the South African government receive loans based the ability
of its people (ie. me) to pay it back?
         * If yes, then:

         * How does the government calculate the value of its people?
         * How does the government connect me to the money that they have
borrowed on my behalf?
         * Does this loan include interest? If it does, then where is the
interest supposed to come from in order to pay back these loans?
         * Are any of the loans granted to the South African government
created “out of thin air” using a book-keeping entry, or are 100% of
all loans made using real, lawful money?

         * Is the data collected from the Census linked in any way to the
granting of loans made by our government?
         * Is the census a form of contract? If so, please provide me with
the terms and conditions of this contract.
         * Am I a flesh and blood human being born with natural human rights,
or am I a slave with no rights whatsoever, except for those which are
granted to me by the South African Government?

Please note that I am intelligent enough to know when my questions
are being avoided. I will only accept real, valid and direct answers
to my questions above. 

Once I have received a suitable response, I will happily take part in
your Census. 

Yours Faithfully,

        _[first name in lowercase, eg. John] _of the family_ [surname in
lowercase, eg. Smith]_

Blikskottel …needs to know the truth and does not force anyone to believe his views or take any advice from him.

Rugby players at the WC, born in other countries

September 20, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Argentina: All born in Argentina

Australia: Dan Vickerman (Cape Town, South Africa), Radike Samo (Nadi, Fiji), Will Genia (Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea), Stephen Moore (Khamis, Saudi Arabia), David Pocock (Messina, South Africa), Quade Cooper (Auckland, New Zealand), Digby Ioane (Wellington, New Zealand)

Canada: Nanyak Dala (Jos, Nigeria), DTH (Daniel Tailliferre Hauman) van der Merwe (Worcester, South Africa), Jeremy Kyne (Wellington, New Zealand), Jamie Mackenzie (Troon, Scotland), James Pritchard (Parkes, Australia)

England: Joe Simpson (Sydney, Australia), Delon Armitage (San Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago), Alex Corbisiero (New York, USA), Matt Stevens (Durban, South Africa), Dylan Hartley (Rotorua, New Zealand), Simon Shaw (Nairobi, Kenya), Shontayne Hape (Auckland, New Zealand), Manu Tuilagi (Moto’otua, Samoa)

Fiji: Nicky Little (Tokoroa, New Zealand), Campese Ma’afu (Sydney, Australia), Deacon Manu (New Plymouth, New Zealand), Vitori Tomu Buatava (Melbourne, Australia), Michael Tagicakibau (Auckland, New Zealand)

France: Thierry Dusautoir (Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire), Fulgence Ouedraogo (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)

Georgia: All Georgian-born.

Ireland: Ronan O’Gara (San Diego, USA), Isaac Boss (Tokoroa, New Zealand), Jamie Heaslip (Tiberias, Israel), Tom Court (Brisbane, Australia)

Italy: Carlo Del Fava (Umtata, South Africa), Corniel van Zyl (Nelspruit, South Africa), Quintin Geldenhuys (Klerksdorp, South Africa), Martin Castrogiovanni (Paraná, Argentina), Pablo Canavosio (Córdoba, Argentina), Luciano Orquera (Córdoba, Argentina), Gonzalo Garcia (Mendoza, Argentina), Robert Barbieri (Toronto, Canada), Sergio Parisse (Mar del Plata, Argentina), Gonzalo Canale (Córdoba, Argentina), Luke McLean (Townsville, Australia)

Japan: Luke Thompson (Christchurch, New Zealand), Michael Leitch (Burwood, New Zealand), Ryukoliniasi Holani (Nuku’alofa, Tonga), Shaun Webb (Blenheim, New Zealand), Justin Ives (Mosgiel, New Zealand), Sione Talikavili Vatuvei (Nuku’alofa, Tonga), James Arlidge (Hamilton, New Zealand), Murray Williams (Lower Hutt, New Zealand), Ryan Nicholas (Broken Hill, Australia), Alisi Tupuailai (Manunu, Samoa)

Namibia: Jacques Nieuwenhuis (Brakpan, South Africa), Piet van Zyl (Worcester, South Africa), Danie Dames (Pretoria, South Africa), Chrysander Botha (Walvis Bay, South Africa), Conrad Marais (Walvis Bay, South Africa) NB At the time of their birth Walvis Bay was South African territory.

New Zealand: Mils Muliaina (Salelesi, Samoa), Ben Franks (Frankston, Australia), Jerome Kaino (Tutuila, Samoa), Isaia Toeava (Moto’otua, Samoa)

 Romania: All Romania born.

Russia: Adam Byrnes (Sydney, Australia), Vyacheslav Grachev (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

Samoa: Census Johnston (Auckland, New Zealand), Anthony Perenise (Wellington, New Zealand), Olé Avei (Wellington, New Zealand), Daniel Leo (Palmerston North, New Zealand), Kane Thompson (Paraparaumu, New Zealand), Kahn Fotuali’i (Auckland, New Zealand), Jeremy Sua (Wellington, New Zealand), Tusi Pisi (Auckland, New Zealand), Sailosi Tagicakibau (Auckland, New Zealand), James So’oialo (Wellington, New Zealand), Ti’i Paulo (Christchurch, New Zealand), Filipo Lavea Levi (Hamilton, New Zealand), Junior Poluleuligaga (Auckland, New Zealand), Tasesa Lavea (Taihape, New Zealand), Paul Williams (Auckland, New Zealand)

Scotland: John Barclay (Hong Kong), Nathan Hines (Wagga Wagga, Australia), Dan Parks (Hornsby, Australia), Jim Hamilton (Swindon, England), Ruaridh Jackson (Northampton, England), Max Evans (Torquay, England), Graeme Morrison( Hong Kong)

South Africa: Tendai Mtawarira (Harare, Zimbabwe)

Tonga: Tukulua Lokotui (Auckland, New Zealand), Kurt Morath (Takapuna, New Zealand), Alipate Fatafehi (Sigatoka, Fiji), Ephraim Taukafa (Auckland, New Zealand), Joseph Tuineau (Suva, Fiji), Thomas Palu (Wellington, New Zealand), Andrew Ma’ilei (Auckland, New Zealand), William Helu (Otahuhu, New Zealand), Siale Piutau (Auckland, New Zealand)

USA: Takudzwa Ngwenya (Harare, Zimbabwe), Iñaki Basauri (Monterre, Mexico), JJ Gagiano (Cape Town, South Africa), Matekitonga Moeakiola (Vaini, Tonga), Valenise Malifa (Pago Pago, American Samoa), Hayden Smith (Penrith, Australia), Tai Enosa (Faga’alu, American Samoa), Andrew Suniula (Pago Pago, American Samoa), James Paterson (Christchurch, New Zealand), Tim Usasz (Brisbane, Australia), Junior Sifa (Faga’alu, American Samoa), Roland Suniula (Pago Pago, American Samoa)

Wales: Luke Charteris (Camborne, England), Danny Lydiate (Salford, England), Toby Faletau (Tofoa, Tonga), Jonathan Davies (Solihull, England), George North (King’s Lynn, England)

Importers and Exporters


15: Samoa (all from New Zealand)

12: USA

11: Italy

10: Japan

9: Tonga

8: England

7: Australia, Scotland

5: Canada, Fiji, Namibia, Wales

4: Ireland, New Zealand

2: France, Russia

1: South Africa

0: Argentina, Georgia, Romania


38: New Zealand

13: Australia, South Africa

6: Argentina, England

5: American Samoa, Samoa

4: Tonga

3: Fiji

2: Hong Kong, USA, Zimbabwe

1: Burkina Faso, Canada, Cote d’Ivoire, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Scotland, Uzbekistan

0: France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Namibia, Romania, Russia, Wales

Blikskottel…thus now officially can cheer for more than one team it seems.

Is the Bible accurate…or not?

September 18, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Scientific Accuracy Unequaled in Ancient Writings

The Bible, although not detailed in its scientific explanations, is in agreement with what we know today about life and our universe. It is far more accurate than any other ancient books and even many recent ones.



For example, Hindu sacred writings say the following about creation:

  • · the moon is 50,000 leagues higher than the sun and shines by its own light
  • In contrast, the Bible is so accurate that the Science Research Bureau has for years publicly offered a reward to any person who can prove the existence of a scientific blunder in the Bible. The offer was made in 27 countries and still remains uncollected.


    Long before the time of Jesus, the Bible reported that the earth was round and was suspended in space. It accurately described the second law of thermodynamics (c. 1000 BC) in Psalms 102:26 “They[the earth and the heavens] will perish, but you[God] remain; they will all wear out like a garment.” Table  shows examples of Scripture and the associated scientific discovery which supports its accuracy.




Bible Record

Scientific Interpretation

Job 26:7 “He stretcheth out north over the empty place and hangeth the earth upon nothing.” c. 2000 BC

The earth is suspended in space. Until this century, space “ether” was believed to hold up the earth.

Isaiah 40:22 “It is He that sitteth upon the circle (“sphericity” or “roundness”) of the earth”… c. 680 BC

The earth is round. In 680 BC earth was thought to be flat. Many believed earth was flat until Magellan’s circumnavigation in 1522 AD.

Ecclesiastes 1:6 “The wind blows to the south and turns to the north; round and round it goes ever returning on its course.” c. 1000 BC

Description of wind circulation, modeled in 1735 AD by George Hadley.

Ecclesiastes 1:7 “All streams flow into the sea, yet the sea is never full. To the place the streams come from there they return again.” c. 1000 BC

Accurate description of the water cycle, depicted in 1931 AD by R. Horton.

Isaiah 40:31 “They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” c. 680 BC

1971 AD – discovery that aerodynamics of eagle’s wings make them able to fly without becoming weary.

Jeremiah 33:22 “As countless as the stars of the sky…” c. 600 BC

Scientists in the past regarded the number of stars as countable. Ptolemy said there were 1056., Kepler 1005, and Tycho Brahe 777. Modern science has shown there are “billions and billions” of stars – uncountably many.

Leviticus 17:11 “for the life of a creature is in the blood”. c. 1440 BC

Life depends on the supply of oxygen, water and food to the cells of the body by the blood. Circulation discovered by W. Harvey in 1616 AD

Psalm 102:25,26 “In the beginning you laid the foundations of the earth, and the heavens are the work of your hands. They will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like a garment…” c. 1000 BC

Second law of thermodynamics (law of entropy – c 18000 AD). In any energy conversion, although the total amount of energy remains unchanged, the usefulness and availability of the energy is always decreased. Since all activities of nature involve such energy transfer, the energy supply for the universe as a whole must be decreasing. The Sun and stars will burn out eventually, the universe is growing old, wearing out, running down.

Blikskottel….are digging deeper and deeper.
PS: This is not my work, but given to me by a dear friend.

Things/people not to trust when you hit 40

September 17, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

My fiend and honorary gang leader, Worsie, reckons that when a man hits forty, there’s a few things he cannot trust anymore. The one closest to home is a simple fart. I think at some point he must have a had an experience with a fart turning out to be solid or at least slushy…but sofar he has not divulged anymore details.

Personally I have also learnt to distrust all banks, bankers, beancounters, motorcar mechanics, TV repair people, insurance salesmen, market traders etc

…and off-course all politicians, attorneys and lawyers

…most pastors, dominees, priests, rabbi’s etc etc

To me it seems that all the above mentioned ones are for the most part only out to enrich themselves at the expense of other people and therefor not worthy to be fully trusted or even to be trusted at all.

There’s some old sayings, that especially politicians should clearly hear and remember:

A priviledge given against someones will, is of no value.

Having to get a licence for something that is naturally lawfull, is immoral.

The tail never should wag the dog.

Statutes, bills and acts (legal terms) are only applicable to legal persons, not humans.


Blikskottel….just wants to be treated fairly.

Complete or finished

September 15, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

People say there is no difference between COMPLETE & FINISHED…. But there is.

When you marry the right one, you are COMPLETE….

And when you marry the wrong one, you are FINISHED…..

And when the right one catches you with the wrong one, you are…COMPLETELY FINISHED


On another note:

I read the whole Lamont judgment and have a few very old commentaries on it to the dear judge(administrative person in this court de facto):

Nimium altercando veritas amittitur

Multiplicata transgressione crescat poenae inflictio


Blikskottel…is complete in many ways.

Ons stig ‘n bende in Angola

September 14, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

Oral waar mens maar gaan en Boere vind wat in ander lande werk, is dit dit duidelik dat hulle saamstaan en mekaar ondersteun. Ons lotjie hier in Cabinda, Angola doen ook maar so. Eeen manier om dit te doen is om gereeld te braai, potjie te maak en saam te kuier. Natuurlik gebeur dit al hoe meer soos die jaar einde nader kom.

Nou gisteraand was so ‘n aand en so paar biere verder reken een van die manne dat ons van nou af as “Die bende’ bekend moet staan.

So moet elke ou dan ook ‘n bende naam kry en dus bestaan ons bende tot dusver uit:


Worsie, daar van die Vuil Driehoek af en die hoof van die bende

Kopbeen, die uwe uit die Vrystaat

Golfkarretjie, vanaf Balitto


…..en die ander manne sal met tyd nog hulle eie bende name kom byvoeg.

Worsie reken toe gisteraand dat hy ‘n paar dinge oor spietkops agtergekom het:

1. Hulle moet ‘n hoed dra sodat ons iets het om hulle onder uit te klap.

2. Daars ‘n kenteken op hul kar deure geverf sodat hulle nie in verkeerde karre klim nie…en dalk geklap word nie.

3. Dat hulle Leon Shuster huur om hulle beeld te verbeter deur sy movies.

4. Dat net mense met bokkerall ambisie, in daai job suksesvol kan wees.

Blikskottel…was voor die dinge in die laerskool laas in ‘n bende.

Ultimate rhino orgasm

September 12, 2011 in Sonder kategorie

The plight of the Black Rhinoceros is, of course, due mostly to the value of
its horn and the ferocious poaching that this engenders. However, a
contributory factor to the declining rhino population is the animals
disorganized mating habits. It seems that the female rhino only becomes
receptive to the male’s attentions every three years or so, while the male
only becomes interested in her at the same intervals. A condition known
quite appropriately as “Must”. 

The problem is one of synchronization, for their amorous inclinations do not
always coincide. 

In the early Sixties, I was invited, along with a host of journalists and
other luminaries, to be present at an attempt by the Rhodesian Game and
Tsetse Department to solve this problem of poor timing. The idea was to
capture a male rhino and induce him to deliver up that which could be stored
until that day in the distant future when his mate’s fancy turned lightly to
thoughts of love. We departed from the Zambezi Valley in an impressive
convoy of trucks and Land Rovers, counting in our midst none other than the
Director of the game department in person, together with his minions, a
veterinary surgeon, an electrician and sundry other technicians, all deemed
necessary to make the harvest. 

The local game scouts had been sent out to scout the bush for the largest,
most virile rhino they could find. They had done their job to perfection and
led us to a beast at least the size of a small granite koppie with a horn on
his nose considerably longer than my arm. The trick was to get this monster
into a robust mobile pen, which had been constructed to accommodate him. 

With the Director of the Game Department shouting frantic orders from the
safety of the largest truck, the pursuit was on. The tumult and the shouting
were apocalyptic. Clouds of dust flew in all directions, trees, and
vegetation were destroyed, game scouts scattered like chaff, but finally the
Rhino had about a litre of narcotics shot into his rump and his mood became
dreamy and benign. With forty black game guards heaving and shoving, and the
Director still shouting orders from the truck, the rhino was wedged into his
cage, and stood there with a happy grin on his face. 

At this stage, the Director deemed it safe to emerge from the cab of his
truck and he came amongst us resplendent in starched and immaculately ironed
bush jacket with a colourful silk scarf at this throat. With an imperial
gesture, he ordered the portable electric generator to be brought forward
and positioned behind the captured animal. This was a machine, which was
capable of lighting up a small city, and it was equipped with two wheels
that made it resemble a roman chariot. 

The Director climbed up on the generator to better address us. We gathered
around attentively while he explained what was to happen next.
It seemed that the only way to get what we had come for was to introduce an
electrode into the rhino’s rear end, and to deliver a mild electric shock,
no more than a few volts, which would be enough to pull his trigger for him.

The Director gave another order and the veterinary surgeon greased something
that looked like an acoustic torpedo and which was attached to the generator
with sturdy insulated wires. He then went up behind the somnolent beast and
thrust it up him to a full arms length, at which the Rhino opened his eyes
very wide indeed. 

The veterinary and his two black assistants now moved into position with a
large bucket and assumed expectant expressions. We, the audience, crowded
closer so as not to miss a single detail of the drama. The Director still
mounted on the generator trailer, nodded to the electrician who threw the
switch and chaos reigned. In the subsequent departmental enquiry the blame
was placed squarely on the shoulders of the electrician. It seems that in
the heat of the moment his wits had deserted him and instead of connecting
up his apparatus to deliver a gentle 5 volts, he had crossed his wires and
the Rhino received a full 500 volts up his rear end. 

His reaction was spectacular. Four tons of rhinoceros shot six feet straight
up in the air. The cage, made of great timber baulks, exploded into its
separate pieces and the rhinoceros now very much awake, took off at a

We, the audience, were no less spritely. We took to the trees with alacrity.
This was the only occasion on which I have ever been passed by two
journalists half way up a Mopane tree. 

From the top branches we beheld an amazing sight, for the chariot was still
connected to the Rhinoceros per rectum, and the director of the game
department was still mounted upon it, very much like Ben Hur, the

As they disappeared from view, the rhinoceros was snorting and blowing like
a steam locomotive and the Director was clinging to the front rail of his
chariot and howling like the north wind, which only encouraged the beast to
greater speed. 

The story has a happy ending for the following day after the director had
returned hurriedly to his office in Salisbury , another male Rhinoceros was
captured and caged and this time the electrician got his wiring right. 

I can still see the Rhinoceros’s expression of surprised gratification as
the switch was thrown. You could almost hear him think to himself. “Oh Boy!
I didn’t think this was going to happen to me for at least another three


Blikskottel…think some people in guvamint need a 500V probe up the ass.

Acknowledgement to my friend Gwar who sent me this story, but we are not sure who wrote it.