ANC government behind Boer genocide

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During the recent parliamentary debate on farm murders, there was once again direct evidence that the ANC government is behind the genocide of the Boers.

This is the opinion of Mr. Paul Kruger, chairman of the central committee of the Volksraad Electoral Commission (VVK).

In a statement, Mr. Kruger said that Terror Lekota, a former ANC leading figure, during the debate declared that parliamentarians such as Zuma’s statements (e.g., white land ownership) are the primary source of farm murders. The ANC deputy minister of Higher Education, M. Manana, said during the debate that farmers should be buried alive. Many of his associates openly expressed their contempt for farmers in other ways and gave a clear green light for the slaughter to continue,” said Mr. Kruger.

Mr. Kruger already submitted documentation in 2011 to the International Criminal Court in The Hague against the government of South Africa and the ANC on behalf of various organizations for a charge of (“Genocide”). The court, however, two years later responded that it “… appears not to meet the definition of Genocide” – despite the fact that the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma took up the chant in January 2012: “We are going to shoot them, they are going to run… You are a farmer… shoot the Boer… The Cabinet will shoot them.”

The Volksraad has already communicated the necessity of independence for their own homeland to the government and the international community. “If the international community by 31 May 2017 ignores the Volksraad’s efforts to a peaceful settlement as the International Criminal Court did on the genocide against the farmer charge, the VVK will call for an urgent nationwide assembly of our people to decide a way forward. Meanwhile, all freedom-minded people are urgently requested to register as VVK voters, to help make a critical democratic decision for the people,” according to the VVKP’s statement.

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