Front National reconfirmed its dedication towards achieving self-determination for the European South African population at its first national congress held on the East Rand this past weekend.
In his acceptance speech, after being unanimously re-elected as leader, Hannes Engelbrecht re-iterated that FN is under constant attack from liberal politicians, but that nobody could manage to question our policy as it is firmly rooted in the resolutions of the United Nations. He confirmed that FN does not believe in one outstanding leader, but rather in teamwork and a process where everybody does his/her work according to his/her unique skills.
Front National respects the diversity of races and cultures. It is therefore strange that we are accused of racism while it is in fact the liberal and pragmatic politician who is searching for a political solution in westernizing the African, impregnating him with liberal ideas imitating the European and then elevating him into a position of political leadership. That, is in fact, a definition of what racism is.
Engelbrecht identified FN as the 6th Freedom Movement since the arrival of Europeans in Southern Africa. Since our policy is rooted in ethnicity, we have gained the moral high ground. Our language and culture can never survive in the state of unity, but despite the picture being very bleak, we have had worse times in history. We therefore need to persist in our belief that we will survive this storm as well.
In a message read out on his behalf, Steve Hofmeyr recognized FN for the work done up to this point, in particular with reference to the release of Clive Derby-Lewis. He described his relationship with FN as “Partners in the same journey.”
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