Cornelia Hendrika de Wet is a Boer patriot. She’s a political prisoner, jailed by the capitalist-communist regime of southern Africa. She has been in prison since May 29, 2012, but is out briefly onb bail but must go back to court on Wednesaday, March 26.
Cornelia de Wet has been locked up in Middelburg Prison.
Cornelia was born August 14, 1976, and is the mother of three children, Cornelia, Sarah and Joey. She lived at her farm �Kwaggafontein�, in the district of Carolina.
She wrote me today (Monday, March 24, 2014):
I have three daughters, John –15,12,6 — and only two days are left before I must go back in for 15 years.
Cornelia de Wet was arrested on a charge of High treason and Incitement. Accusation was patently ridiculous, because the Boers cannot �betray� a state that is stranger and enemy to them, and illegitimate, because the imperial state of the �new� RSA hasn’t authority over the Boer volk.
The charge sheet, however, only refers to possession of ammunition.
Cornelia de Wet has denied to be the owner of a 100 meter ignition fuse; 4 Primers Shotgun; .22 & R1 shells; found at her home. This material would have been consigned to her by a �Commander� of the Leeuwag, an organization which Cornelia had been part in the past.
The information that led to the arrest of Cornelia de Wet was provided to the RSA imperial police by an anonymous call
Cornelia de Wet, before her arrest by imperial police, had reported 8 attacks (the first in April 2010) against her farm, her person and her children.
Although some media had done to fall such attacks in the phenomenon of White Genocide in southern Africa, the authors of the attacks according to Cornelia de Wet were not blacks but whites, members of some organizations of the so-called �Boer-Afrikaner rightwing�, focused mainly in the security sector and all linked together: Boere Beskermings Forum (BBF), Leeuwag, e Panzer Protection. These organizations, according to some people, would be heavily infiltrated by regime’s agents, according to others, would have been established even by the imperial regime to divert the Boers in good faith.
Cornelia de Wet acted in good faith when joined the Leeuwag. She thought she had found someone who could defend her, and not those who had attacked her. As a good patriot she worked, in particular, on a project to feed the Boer children at school. When the project received an important donation, Cornelia de Wet was mysteriously banished from Leeuwag and resumed the attacks on her farm. Carolina de Wet reported serious threats and intimidation by BFF/Leeuwag/Panzer Protection members.
Carolina de Wet is in the prisons of the south African imperial regime, members and leaders of the BFF/Leeuwag/Panzer Protection are free.