In light of the fact that the South African ANC government allowed the dictator, Omar al-Bashir, to return from South Africa to the Sudan, despite a court order calling for his arrest, Front National South Africa urges the international community to impose immediate economical and political sanctions against the ANC government.
Al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes, human rights violations and genocide in Darfur. In defiance of an order by Judge Mokhari of the Pretoria High Court that Al-Bashir should be arrested and handed over to the ICC in accordance with the Rome Statute, of which SA is a co-signatory, Al-Bashir was allowed to return to Khartoum, allegedly via a South African Air Force Base at Waterkloof. This act has been described as unconstitutional.
It is evident that the ANC puts no high premium on its responsibility towards the international community, nor on human rights or genocide for that matter, as is evident by their lack of action in preventing the racially motivated genocide of South Africans of European descend. This act was also a slap in the face of the co-signatories of the Rome Statute. It is thus of utmost importance that the International community and leaders of the World take immediate steps against the South African government.
Front National South Africa
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