Jy blaai in die argief vir 2012 Augustus.

Parra porn

Augustus 29, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Blikskottel: Was vanmore net lus vir iets grappigs.

Durban also to face unrest from a uncalled for group?

Augustus 27, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Reported today:

General-Sanele Mbambo > SASCO KK Papiyane Branch ( Howard College)

all Howard College students must gather tomorrow in front of SU building @ 08:30am to receive a feedback from the strike negotiations but all must come prepared to take the war further. Ngalo mfundi sobulala igovu lenja *singing loud* AMAAAAAAANDLA!!!

3 hours ago

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Sabelo Mido Simelane
No compromise, the revolution will not be televised or put on trial in airconditioned, state of the art offices it must come back to the streets where the masses are at, siyakholwela eynkokhelini zethu ukuthu bazobuya nayo i desired outcome of the negotiations… SASCO is incapable of selling out umfundi… AMAAAAAANDLA!!!!!!!

3 hours ago · ?2

General-Sanele Mbambo
comrades plz copy and paste dis status to spread the word

3 hours ago

Vuyo Jali
Sesenze njalo its ma status kumanje

3 hours ago

Chakijane Sithole
Will be there cdes there shall be no compromise.

3 hours ago

General-Sanele Mbambo
vuyo dnt lie chief

3 hours ago

General-Sanele Mbambo
the management has declared war

3 hours ago

Vuyo Jali
Aw I dd look at it kwi wall yam

Blikskottel: I hope they will be met with armed and dangerous cops as well.

Tradition or just pure evil disguised as tradition?

Augustus 25, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Blikskottel: Believes every right thinking person will get the answer from this photo.

Seems like people in the cold does actually think better

Augustus 24, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Now in what may be the greatest economic “mea culpa” in history,  the media is admitting that this government/banking/propaganda-machine troika has been wrong all along. They have been forced to acknowledge that Iceland’s approach to economic triage was the correct approach right from the beginning.

What was Iceland’s approach? To do the exact opposite of everything the bankers running our own economies told us to do.

The bankers (naturally) told us that we needed to bail out the criminal Big Banks, at taxpayer expense (they were Too Big To Fail). Iceland gave the banksters nothing.

The bankers told us that no amount of suffering (for the Little People) was too great in order to make sure that the Bond Parasites got paid at 100 cents on the dollar. Iceland told the Bond Parasites they would get what was left over, after the people had been taken care of (by their own government).

The bankers told us that our governments could no longer afford the same education, health care and pension systems which our parents had taken for granted. Iceland told the bankers that what the country could no longer afford was to continue to be blood-sucked by the worst financial criminals in the history of our species.

Now, after three-plus years of this absolute dichotomy in economic policymaking, a clear picture has emerged (despite the best efforts of the propaganda machine to hide the truth).

Blikskottel: Loves what happened in Iceland

What really happens when you get a traffic ticket?

Augustus 23, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

I recently found this piece of writing that describes something that we all might have gone through and never even realized what was happening. What is your thoughts on this?

Ever wonder why the Police say they will give you a ticket, and then only give you a mere copy of it?

Ever wondered why it is so important that they get you to sign the original?

Ever wondered why there is a conviction registered against your name, even if you pay it?

The fact is, every police officer who has issued tickets has been breaking the law. (If they do not know this information, they are grossly negligent. If they do, they have been willfully defrauding the public.

Either way, just about every Peace Officer out there is arguably a criminal.) According to the Bills of Exchange Act, a bill must be ‘presented’ and then ‘dishonoured’ before any legal action can take place. You present a bill,it is accepted or not. If not, it is considered ‘dishonoured for non-acceptance’.If you do ‘accept’ it but never pay it, it is dishonoured for ‘non-payment’.Either way, you lose for merely dishonouring the bill.

The way it happens now is this:-The Officer believes you committed an action for which you can be fined.

1. He issues a ticket.

2. You sign it.

3. You give it back unpaid.

4. He thrusts a copy of the bill with your signature on it, back at you.

5. You go your separate ways.

6. You have the option of ‘disputing’ the bill or paying it.

Now let’s look at those actions in light of the Bills of Exchange Act.

1. He issues a ticket- He is presenting a bill.

2. You sign it – You are rejecting that bill and saying yes I have received it, but I refuse to pay it. You are dishonouring that bill through an expression of intent to dishonour by non-payment.

3. You return the bill to him – with all the evidence he needs to claim that he presented it to you and you refused to pay. He has the bill and your signature on it and you do not have a receipt. It is in fact a Notice of Dishonour.

4. He serves you with a copy of the bill you just gave back to him. – He has served a Notice of Protest on you. A copy of the bill with your signature on it, is proof that you have been warned a second time to pay this bill. When you collect that copy, you have lost the ability to claim the original bill was not properly presented. He can’t serve the copy UNTIL he has tried to get you to take the original.

5. They invite you to either pay or dispute. The dispute is pretty much over; you have twice accepted the bill, once in original form once in copy form. When you go to court, the judge will ask to see your copy.

That’s all he needs to see to know you are the one in dishonour.Plus an invitation to dispute, if accepted without counter-offering discussion, is an abandonment of the rule of law and is again an act of dishonour. There will be two parties before the court with only one wishing dispute.

Blikskottel: “Who do you think will win?”

RSA parking notice

Augustus 22, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Blikskottel: Loves this idea!

Zoomer, stoetbulle en produktiwiteit

Augustus 21, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Johannesburg – SA’s labour productivity is “abysmal”‚ with the performance of the country’s public sector especially poor‚ Prophet Analytics’ quarterly Labour Market Navigator‚ released on Monday‚ shows. 

The research found private sector labour productivity to be 450% ahead of that in the public sector. 


Nou na anleiding van die berig dat Zoomer die land sowat R500 000000 oor die volgende 5 jaar gaan kos, is ek seker die berig is helemal verkeerd. Zoomer op sy eie maak dat dit nader aan 5000% is wat die privaat sektor meer produktief is as die staats sektor.  Ja, natuurlik as kak praat en lank praat sonder om iets wan waarde kwyt te raak die maatstaf is, is hy natuurlik weer ‘n bogemiddelde presteerder.

Sou ons sy produktiwiteit natuurlik meet aan die van ‘n goeie stoetbul, is hy menslik gespreke natuurlik weer 5000% meer produktief as die gewone werker. Natuurlik is dit net waar as al die kiepies sy eie is. Verder is die werk, anders as wat die lot myners op Marikana onlangs uitgevind het, darem nie so gevaarlik dat jy sommer kan dood raak van dit nie, behalwe nou as jy met ander ouens se vrouens saamwerk. Met hul dogters is dit dalk nog okay, soos Zoomer ook al bewys het.


Blikskottel: Dink politici moet baie minder geld kry en 50% belasting betaal.

Prokureer innie hoerhuis

Augustus 20, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Die bordeel eienares maak die bordeel se deur oop en sien ’n taamlik
waardige, goed geklede, aantreklike man van diep in die 45 of iets in die
”Kan ek help, Meneer?“ vra sy.
”Ek wil Valerie sien,” antwoord die man.

“Meneer, Valerie is een van ons duurste dames. Dalk sal jy iemand anders verkies.“ se sy.
“Nee, ek moet Valerie sien.” Antwoord hy.
Net toe verskyn Valerie en sê vir die man sy vra R10 000 vir ’n besoek.
Sonder om te aarsel, haal die man die geld uit, gee dit aan Valerie en
hulle gaan kamer toe. Na ’n uur vertrek die man kalm.
Die volgende aand is die man weer daar en dring weer daarop aan om Valeriete sien. Valerie sê niemand het nog ooit twee aande na mekaar teruggekom nie, want sy is te duur. Maar daar is geen afslag nie. Die prys is steeds R10 000. Die man haal weer die geld uit, gee dit vir Valerie en hulle gaan na die kamer. Na ’n uur vertrek hy.
Die volgende aand is die man weer daar. Al die meisies is verstom dat hy
’n derde agtereenvolgende aand kom. Maar hy betaal Valerie R10 000 en
hulle gaan kamer toe.
Na die sessie vra Valerie die man uit. ”Niemand was nog ooit drie aande na
mekaar by my nie. Van waar kom jy?“ vra sy.
Die man antwoord: “Bloemfontein.“
”Regtig?“ sê Valerie. ”Ek het familie in Bloemfontein.“
“Ek weet.” Sê die man. ”Jou Ouma is dood en ek was haar prokureur. Jou
suster het my gevra om vir jou die R30 000 te gee wat jy geërf het.
Blikskottel: het ook familie in Bloemfontein…lekker ver weg.

A sexual experience of another kind

Augustus 20, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Harlequin novel, version 2011:

He grasped me firmly, but gently, just above my elbow and guided me into A room, his room. Then he quietly shut the door and we were alone. He Approached me soundlessly, from behind, and spoke in a low, reassuring voice Close to my ear. 
“Just relax.” 
Without warning, he reached down and I felt his strong, calloused hands Start at my ankles, gently probing, and moving upward along my calves, Slowly but steadily. My breath caught in my throat.
I knew I should be afraid, but somehow I didn’t care. His touch was so Experienced, so sure. When his hands moved up onto my thighs, I gave a Slight shudder and partly closed my eyes. My pulse was pounding.
I felt his knowing fingers caress my abdomen, my ribcage and then, as he Cupped my firm, full breasts in his hands, I inhaled sharply.
Probing, searching, knowing what he wanted, he brought his hands to my Shoulders, slid them down my tingling spine and into my panties.
Although I knew nothing about this man, I felt oddly trusting and Expectant. This is a man, I thought. A man used to taking charge. A man Not used to taking ‘No’ for an answer. A man who would tell me what he Wanted. A man who would look into my soul and say . . . .













“Okay ma’am, you can board your flight now.”

Blikskottel: hates airports and what people get put through there

Trumped up charges against whites out of hand in RSA

Augustus 19, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

UK-born businessman Sean Smith was arrested on trumped up ‘fraud’ charges, thrown in the St Albans prison in a cell with 90 other black prisoners, where he was gang-raped up to 8 times a day for a period of 19 months – until the UK High Commissioner was able to get him bail and smuggled him from South Africa to Lesotho in the trunk of an official UK government vehicle. 
The businessman has contracted AIDS and also is suffering from cancer.. 

Johan Fourie, sr.superintendent SAPS Limpopo, not guilty of trumped-up theft charges, lodges charge with Human Rights Commission: now fights to get job-rights back years after he was cleared of deliberately trumped-up ‘theft’ charges Pietersburg – 

Afrikaans mom Yolanda Mostert left and farmer Wikus Ras badly mauled by Mpuma traffic cops : 2011-10-26 ERMELO. Mrs Yolanda Mostert allegedly was badly mauled by the infamous ‘red-hat traffic brigade’ . No charges. 

Nylstroom: Du Preez family arrested on farm, SAPS commander shouting: “Shoot dead anyone who resists…’

Nylstroom Court rules that the Du Preez family was arrested on trumped up charges after viewing the video: 
Du Preez family was arrested by a huge SAPS contingent Sun Aug 15 2010 NO CHARGES. 

Bouwer, Adv. Marius, SAPS anti-corruption unit, awarded R600,000 damages for false SAPS arrest and torture:

The Afrikaner ex-commander of the SAPS anti-corruption unit was arrested on trumped up murder-charge and a false claim was published in the news media that he was a member of the Boeremag‘’ (which is not illegal in SA)



Van der Mescht Sakkie firearm-control-officer Rustenburg false SAPS arrest 
Sakkie van der Mescht dumped in Rustenburg cell, threatened with gang-rape – forced to sign fake ‘confession’ 

Afrikaans SAPS widow Margaretha (Liza) de Bruin sues gov’t for repeated false arrests 
Afrikaans SAPS widow Margaretha Liza de Bruin sues SAPS for repeated false arrests 2011-11-02 

121 Battallion officers cleared of trumped-up charges in Appeal Court: two senior Afrikaner officers of 121 Battallion: 
court found no proof they had ‘conspired to murder black major M Manekwane:


Short, Gerhardt and Rene, arrested on trumped-up charges: not guilty of attempted murder, De Wildt, Magalies 
Today we are going to arrest a Boer’…was the reported hatespeech by the black arresting officers against arrested the two arrested Afrikaner men: De Wildt, Brits Le Grange father Joseph, son Pieter, friend Hendrik vdWesthuizen appeal against unfair trial due to racial prejudice of Judge Frans Kgomo:court ruled that  the three  Afrikaners from Prieska had an unfair trial because of anti-Afrikaner judge Frans Kgomo – Supreme court of appeal rules… 

Boeremag accused Dr Lets Pretorius was abused in prison and cops tried to force him to ‘confess’, his testimony in radio interview 
Pretorius, Lets, trial-awaiting Afrikaners are racially-abused in Pretoria high security prison – radio interview Feb 8 2008 
listen to the radio interview – Fri Feb 8 2008 

On March 9 2012 Afrikaans-speaking teacher Robert van Eeden was raped in a police van in Kuilsrivier, Western Cape after he was arrested for ‘hugging pupils’. The person lodging the charge admitted that she had lied and his case was quietly dropped in June.   

Blikskottel: Can show many more such cases.